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On Friday 30th November 2018

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1001.   2010 [MV60 MXY] Ford Focus C-MAX in Black, 132,461 Miles, 1.6TDCi Zetec (diesel) 5-door hatchback. 3 previous keepers, Full service history, MOT expires November 2019, 2 keys, V5 and all Owner's Handbooks present. (Please note the clutch appears to intermittently slip.) £500-1000
1002.   1997 [P546 RYU] Rover Mini 1.3i Petrol in Metallic Red, 18,562 Miles, MOT Expires April 2019, 1 Previous Keeper, Full Main Dealer Service History, 2 Keys & Imobiliser Fobs, Original Owner's Manuals, Original Purchase Receipt & V5 all present. £2000-2500
1003.   A Whitefriars 'Cinnamon' Glass Drunken Bricklayer Vase, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 21cm high. £70-100
1004.   A Whitefriars 'Tangerine' Glass Totem Pole Vase, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 27cm high. £50-80
1005.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Italian Millefiore Glass Vase, of two handled compressed globular form with shaped neck, decorated with multi-coloured canes in mainly red, blue and white, 16cm high. £60-80
1006.   A Georgian Glass Claret Jug, with single handle, the ovoid body cut with flutes and having three neck rings, bulls eye stopper, 31cm high. £40-60
1007.   A Modern Caithness Glass Vase, of compressed globular form, decorated in the Summer Meadows pattern, number 27 of a limited edition of 150, 16cm high; A Flygsfors Coquille Butterfly Vase, designed by Paul Kedelv, of two sectional flared form, engraved signature (chipped), 31.5cm high. (2) £40-60
1008.   A Waterford Crystal Part Table Service, to include six faceted baluster stem port, three large wines, three small wines, four other pieces, unmarked decanter and candlesticks. £60-90
1009.   Swarovski Crystal Annual Christmas Ornaments, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2011 and 2012, all boxed. (6) £150-250
1010.   A Late XIX Century Cranberry Glass Bell, with fluted rim and clear handle, 31cm high; a cranberry glass jug with fluted rim and clear handle, 18cm high, a cranberry glass covered dish, a ruby glass jug and four Crown Staffordshire Imari pattern coffee cans and saucers. (13) £30-40
1011.   Five Swarovski Crystal Animal and Bird Models, to include a Penguin, Swan, Bear, Bird and Owl, and a crystal figure of a tortoise. (6) £40-60
1012.   A Mid XX Century Clyne Farquharson Company for John Walsh Biscuit Jar and Cover, of cylindrical form and a tapered vase, both decorated in the Leaf pattern, etched signatures, 19 and 16cm high. (2) £70-100
1013.   A Pierre d'Avesn Glass Dish, of shallow circular form, the brown ground moulded with three flower heads and stylised angular foliage, moulded mark, 25cm diameter. £40-60
1014.   A Clear Glass Model of a Horses Head, engraved signature to base, 20cm high. £25-45
1015.   A Waterford Crystal Part Table Service, to include 'Colleen' hocks, brandy and wine glasses, a decanter. (22) £80-120
1016.   A Waterford Crystal Pedestal Vase, of ovoid form raised on square base, 26cm high; A Waterford Crystal Two Branch Candelabra, with central obelisk hung with faceted lustre drops (two damaged) to drip cups, raised on waisted support, 48cm high. (2) £150-200
1017.   Swarovski Crystal Annual Christmas Ornaments, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010, all boxed. (7) £200-250
1018.   A Whitefriars 'Bark' Vase, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, in tangerine glass, 18.5cm high. £40-60
1019.   A Modern Lalique Frosted Glass Model of a Recumbent Cat, looking to the left, etched mark 'Lalique France', 5cm high, 9cm long. £60-80
1020.   A Modern Lalique Frosted Glass Model of a Seated Cat, etched mark 'Lalique France', 8cm high. £60-80
1021.   A Moorcroft Pottery Clock, painted in the 'Ruby Red' pattern, designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 15.5cm high. £80-100
1022.   A Royal Dux Model of a Maiden Climbing on a Rock Beside a Shell Shaped Bowl, moulded with red flowers, shape number 597, pink triangle mark, 27cm high. £50-70
1023.   A Beswick Pottery Model of Ann Moore on Psalm, on an oval wooden plinth, 32cm high; A Beswick Model of a Horse, 'The Winner', 2421, 24cm high. (2) £80-120
1024.   A Prattware Pot Lid, 'The Late Prince Consort', in an ebonised frame, 905cm diameter, and five others including 'I See You My Boy', 'England's Pride', floral spray etc. (6) £40-60
1025.   A Moorcroft Pottery Ginger Jar and Cover, of ovoid form, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern against a green ground, impressed marks, 10.5cm high; A Moorcroft 'Hibiscus' Pattern Candlestick, impressed marks and sticker, 9cm high; Two Matching Vases, 5cm and 9.5cm high. (5) £70-100
1026.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Blush Ivory Flat Handled Jug, printed and painted with floral sprays, shape number 1094, 16cm high; A Royal Worcester Tapered Jug, with floral decoration, 23cm high; Another, with pierced neck, 30cm high (restored). (3) £60-80
1027.   A Beswick Pottery Large Model of a Bay Horse, printed marks, 30.5cm high; A Royal Doulton Flambé Model of a Seated Cat, printed mark, 12.5cm high; A Royal Doulton Hare, HN 2593, 19cm long and two Royal Doulton dogs. (5) £30-50
1028.   A Pair of Royal Dux Figures of a Shepherd and Shepherdess, she holding a staff with goats at her feet, he playing the pan pipes with sheep at his feet, naturalistic moulded circular bases, shape number 135 and 136, pink triangle marks, 37cm high. £80-120
1029.   A Royal Dux Model of a Girl Standing Beside a Goose, her hand held to her face, the other holding her skirt, upon a naturalistic rocky base moulded with foliage, shape number 659, pink triangle mark, 52cm high. £60-80
1030.   A Pair of Late XIX Century German Figures of XVIII Century Courtiers, he playing an instrument, she dancing, pink floral decorated costume, upon circular scroll base, pseudo Sitzendorf marks, 22.5cm high; A Set of Three Figures, representing 'Music', 'Sculpture' and 'Painting'. (5) £50-70
1031.   A Moorcroft Pottery Shallow Circular Dish, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern against a green ground, impressed marks and sticker, 11cm diameter; Three Matching Pieces: an oval pin tray, 11.5cm long, a dish, 9cm diameter and a small bowl, 8cm diameter. (4) £50-80
1032.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Circular Plaque, painted by W.E. Dean, signed, with fishing boats, date code for 1937, framed and glazed, 11cm diameter. £100-150
1033.   A Royal Dux Model of Two Horses, each with bridles and reins, upon a naturalistic rocky rectangular base, shape number 2085, pink triangle mark, 32cm long. £60-80
1034.   A Crown Devon Fieldings Musical Jug 'Auld Lang Syne', decorated with moulded and painted scenes and verse, printed mark, 17.5cm high; Another, 'Daisy Bell', lacking movement. (2) £20-30
1035.   A Royal Dux Model of a Boy Holding a Retriever on a Lead, upon a naturalistic rectangular base, shape number 2867, pink triangle mark, 34.5cm high; Another, of two dogs. (2) £40-60
1036.   A Late XIX Century German Shaped Oval Pierced Basket, supported by four cherubs and encrusted with flowers and fruit, 30cm long; Four Others, a German cherub pulled by two putti, a two handled pierced bowl, a twin salt with central cherubs and a model of a shell surmounted by two cherubs. (5) £60-80
1037.   Mason's 'Mandalay' - A collection to include two jugs, oval dish, fruit bowl, vase, ginger jar etc:- One Tray £30-50
1038.   An Amphora Early XX Century Pottery Vase, modelled as a tapered two-handled tower, a girl climbing up and a rabbit on the naturalistic rocky base, impressed mark, 32cm high; A Zsolnay Pecs Group of Two Fighting Bears, signed Markby Bela 1911, printed mark, 30cm high. (2) £60-80
1039.   A Large Royal Dux Centrepiece Bowl, modelled as two maidens climbing upon a large shell, upon a floral moulded naturalistic base, shape number 1001, pink triangle mark, 39cm, high. £50-70
1040.   A Royal Dux Pottery Centrepiece Bowl, modelled as a girl standing before a fence with four sheep, beside a floral moulded rectangular bowl, shape number 2597, pink triangle mark, 29cm high, 35cm long, some damage. £40-60
1041.   An Early XX Century German Rectangular Plaque, depicting 'Ruth' holding sheaves of corn, impressed 'J R' mark, 28 X 19.5cm, framed. £100-150
1042.   A Set of Six Poole Pottery Plates, circa 1950's, decorated with fish, designed by Truda Carter. (6) £20-40
1043.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of waisted baluster form, painted in the 'Honeysuckle' pattern against a mottled pink and blue ground, impressed and painted mark, dated (19)93, WM monogram in green, 28.5cm high, boxed. £100-150
1044.   An Anita Harris Art Pottery Prestige Model Large Fireside Boxer Dog, gold signature, 45cm high. £300-330
1045.   A Royal Dux Model of a Lady Seated Reading a Book Upon a Bench, upon a moulded rectangular base, shape number 1516, pink triangle mark, 35cm high. £60-80
1046.   A Macintyre Moorcroft Pottery 'Florian' Ware Jardiniére, decorated in the 'Daffodil' pattern in shades of blue, printed mark, signed in green, 20cm high. £500-800
1047.   A Cased Set of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Coffee Cans and Saucers, decorated in Imari pattern 2451, date code for 1968, the case with retailers stamp for James Leather & Co., London. £70-100
1047A.  A Leeds Pottery Creamware Basket, with double intertwined handles with flower terminals, elaborately pierced within feather borders, impressed marks, 22.5cm long; A Leeds Pottery Flower Shaped Circular Stand, impressed marks, 15cm diameter and a pair of Leeds potetry basketware miniature pails with pierced covers, impressed marks, 9cm high. £100-150
1048.   A Large Modern Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Vase, of baluster form, painted with a coastal scene with trees and rocks beside a fence, printed and painted marks, artists signature, numbered 1791/2267, 50cm high. £80-120
1049.   A Pair of Mid to Late XX Century Dresden Models of Exotic Birds, with colourful green, blue, red and orange feathers, perched on tree stumps upon naturalistic oval bases, one with printed mark, 29 and 31cm high. (2) £80-120
1050.   A Moorcroft Pottery Plaque, painted in the 'Prepare to Scramble' Pattern, designed by Paul Hilditch, numbered edition, 350, impressed and painted marks, 18.5 x 39cm. £380-420
1051.   A Rare Royal Doulton Stoneware Figure of a Naked Child Holding It's Foot and Seated on a Tree Stump, impressed marks and shape number H49, 12cm high. £200-300
1052.   An Abbotts Porcelain Rectangular Plaque, painted with Highland cattle in a mountainous river landscape, signed T.G. Abbotts, printed mark, 15 x 22.5cm, framed. £30-50
1053.   A Moorcroft Pottery Plaque, painted in the trial 'Limousin Bulls' pattern which went in to a limited edition of 30, impressed and painted marks, 19.5 x 30cm. £160-180
1054.   A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Plates, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1980, 26.5cm diameter; Four Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Plates, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date codes for 1979-81, 21.5cm diameter and six matching side plates, date codes for 1979-81, 16cm diameter, all first quality. (12) £100-150
1055.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Miniature Cabaret Service, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, comprising oval tray, coffee pot and cover, milk jug, sugar bowl and a teacup and saucer, date code for 1990-1991, first quality. (7) £120-180
1056.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Side Plate, painted by Reginald Austin, signed, with ripening fruit on a mossy woodland bank, date code for 1928, 15.5cm diameter. £70-100
1057.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Cabinet Cup and Saucer, painted by Edward Townsend, signed, with ripening fruit against a mossy woodland bank, the cup with gilt interior, date codes for 1923 and 1924, saucer with open crack and a Royal Worcester vase, painted with roses (repaired). (3) £40-60
1058.   A Moorcroft Pottery Shallow Circular Bowl, painted in the 'Anemone' pattern against a blue green ground, impressed marks, signed in blue, 22cm diameter. £100-150
1059.   A Moorcroft Pottery Shallow Circular Bowl, painted in the 'Anemone' pattern against a shaded green/blue ground, impressed marks, 14cm diameter; A Moorcroft Miniature Pear Shaped Vase, in the same pattern, printed marks, 5.5cm high; Another, 9.5cm high (repaired. (3) £40-60
1060.   A Moorcroft Pottery Cylindrical Bowl and Cover, painted in the 'Orchid' pattern against a shaded dark blue/green ground, impressed marks, signed in monogram, 13cm diameter. £70-100
1061.   A Beswick Pottery Large Model of a Snarling Tiger on the back of an Elephant, model number 1720, printed marks, 29.5cm high, 35cm long. £180-220
1062.   A Fischer & Mieg German Porcelain Part Dinner Service, decorated with colourful sprays and sprigs and butterflies and insects, within elaborate moulded borders, impressed and printed marks, comprising:- twelve dinner plates, 24cm diameter, eighteen dessert plates, 19cm diameter and twelve side plates, 16cm diameter. (42) £120-180
1063.   A Poole Pottery Bowl, painted in a traditional floral design, and six matching plates. (7) £35-45
1064.   A Peggy Davies 'The Bather' Figurine, limited edition number 158/650, 22.5cm high. £70-90
1065.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Coffee Pot and Cover, of tapered form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1983, first quality, 23cm high. £120-180
1066.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Tankard, of tapering cylindrical form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 2002, first quality, 14cm high. £50-80
1067.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Queens Choice' pattern designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 20cm high. £130-150
1068.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Wybunbury Moss' pattern, designed by Kerry Goodwin, limited edition number 25/25, impressed and painted marks, 15cm high. £180-200
1069.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Dance of the Bumble Bees' pattern designed and signed in gold by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, 10cm high. £160-180
1070.   An Ear;y XX Century Doulton Burslem Biscuit Jar, with blue and white transfer printed foliate decoration, electroplated lid and swing handle; Rington's jar and cover, Dresden ribbon dish:- One Tray £15-30
1071.   Mason's Ironstone 'Mandalay' Pattern Twin Handled Pottery Planter, vase, jugs etc. (A Lot) £20-30
1072.   Ten Pieces of Mason's Ironstone in the 'Blue Mandalay' Pattern, including jugs, pair vases and an Aynsley plate. £25-30
1073.   A Peggy Davies 'The Artisan' Figurine, limited edition number 476/500, 21.5cm high. £70-90
1074.   A Lladro Figure of Two Nuns, wearing dark grey habits, 33cm high. £20-30
1075.   A Pair of Vienna Style Late XIX Century Circular Plaques, decorated with portraits of 'Lisette' holding a candle and 'Smoker' lighting a pipe, 30cm diameter, in ornate gilt frames. (2) £150-250
1076.   A Pair of Royal Dux Figures, modelled as XVIII Century courtiers, he playing the violin, she dancing, upon scrolling circular bases, shape numbers 297 and 298, 49cm high. £80-120
1077.   Four Royal Doulton Medium Character Jugs; King Philip of Spain D6822 and Queen Elizabeth I of England D6821(Armada) (with certificate), King Edward VII, 413/2500 (with certificate) and Nelson D6963. (4) £50-70
1078.   A Beswick Pottery Model of 'Red Rum' With Brian Fletcher Up, on an oval wooden plinth, 32cm high; Another, 'Nijinsky' with Lester Piggott up, 32.5cm high. (2) £100-150
1079.   A Lladro Figure of a Geisha, kneeling before a stool and another of a young girl carrying a bunch of lilies. (2) £15-20
1080.   A Early XX Century Coalport Porcelain Cabinet Plate, the centre painted with a blue tit in flowering blossom, within a maroon and gilt border, printed mark, 27cm diameter; a Royal Crown Derby floral decorated plate, a mid XIX Century kidney shaped dish, a Dresden cabinet cup and saucer, another cup and saucer and three dishes. (10) £40-60
1081.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Model of Nightingale Daulias luscinia and Honeysuckle, modelled by Dorothy Doughty, number 3 of a limited edition of 500, 23 cm high, on a wooden plinth (no certificate); Another Pair, Redstart Ruticilla phoenicicurus and Gorse, 20 and 27cm high, each on a wooden plinth (no certificates). (3) £120-180
1082.   Two Royal Doulton Stoneware Jugs, decorated with hunting scenes, a teapot (lid damaged), miniature jugs, pepperette, mug. (A Lot) £30-50
1083.   Three XVIII Century Caughley Porcelain Cups and Saucers, printed in blue with a Chinoiserie river landscape, each with gilt bands and rims, printed marks; Two Worcester Blue and White Coffee Cups and Saucers, one with the 'Fisherman' pattern, the other with the 'Temple' pattern; Two English Porcelain Teabowls, Four Chinese Teabowls and a Chinese Coffee Cup, and a small teapot and cover £50-80
1084.   A Lladro Figure Group of Two Dancers, a pierrot and ballerina, 26cm high. £20-30
1085.   A Royal Doulton Pottery Art Nouveau Vase, the inverted 'U' shaped body with large outcurved neck, decorated in mainly maroon, ochre and brown with girls playing instruments and dancing amongst fruit trees within floral borders, printed mark, 20cm high £150-200
1086.   Two Royal Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Jugs, each decorated with windmill, toper, stag and hounds, impressed 9008, 9083; another larger, 18cm high. (3) £40-60
1087.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Rennie Rose' (blue) pattern, designed by Rachel Bishop, impressed and painted marks, 23cm high. £120-140
1088.   A Bernard Moore Porcelain Bottle Vase, decorated in streaked orange/cream glazes, printed mark in gilt/green, shape number 1068, 20cm high. £60-80
1089.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Pot Pourri Vase and Pierced Cover, painted by Kitty Blake, signed, with flowering blackberries, shape number H175, date code for 1930, 11cm high. £70-100
1090.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Dish, of shaped rectangular form, decorated in Imari pattern 2451, date code for 1920, 16.5cm long; a Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern ashtray, two Derby plates and a Wedgwood plate, all in Imari patterns. £40-60
1091.   A XX Century Wedgwood Black Pottery Orange Basket and Cover, with flower finial, the circular two handled body elaborately pierced with intertlocking ovals and foliage, impressed marks, 23cm high. £70-100
1092.   A Martin Brothers Stoneware Vase, the globular body with tall cylindrical neck, moulded and painted with scrolling flowers and foliage, incised mark R.W. Martin, London and Southall, 14.5cm high. £150-250
1093.   A Rare Royal Doulton Stoneware 'Chang' Bowl, of irregular circular form, by Charles Noke and Harry Nixon, the brown and flambé ground covered in a running volcanic white glaze, painted marks, monogram and signature, 9cm diameter. £120-180
1094.   A Late XIX Century German Porcelain Circular Plaque, moulded in relief with a couple seated on rocks in a wooded landscape, 25cm diameter. £20-30
1095.   A Late XIX Century Vienna Style Oval Plaque, depicting a boy in a feathered hat and traditional costume in a mountainous landscape, brass frame, 19 x 13.5cm £50-80
1096.   A Royal Dux Model of Two Semi Clad Maidens Climbing Upon a Large Shell, naturalistic floral moulded rocky base, shape number 1066, pink triangle mark, 34.5cm high. £60-80
1097.   A Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian Pottery Lustre Vase, of two handled pear shaped form, designed by Gordon M. Forsyth, with silver dragons on a dark blue ground, the top border with scroll and dot band, impressed marks, shape number 3055, artists monogram, 17.5cm high. £150-200
1098.   A Pair of Moorcroft Pottery Vases, of baluster form, painted in the 'Pomegranate' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, signed in green, (one chipped), 23cm high £120-180
1099.   A Royal Doulton 'Sung' Flambé Glaze Pottery Vase, of baluster form with veined and mottled pink, blue and green decoration, printed and painted marks, 16cm high. £70-100
1100.   A Moorcroft Pottery Jug, painted in the 'Quetzal' pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt, limited edition number 25/30, impressed and painted marks, 30.5cm high. £320-360
1101.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Anemone' pattern against a dark blue ground, signed in blue, impressed marks, 18cm high. £60-80
1102.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Bellahouston' pattern, designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 15.5cm high. £100-120
1103.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Ruby Red' pattern, designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 18.5cm high. £120-140
1104.   A Macintyre Moorcroft Pottery 'Florian' Ware Vase, decorated in the 'Poppy and Leaf' pattern in shades of blue, printed mark, signed in green, 30cm high. £500-800
1105.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Parrot Tulip' pattern, designed by Emma Bossons, limited edition number 36/50, impressed and painted marks, 27cm high. £160-180
1106.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Lest We Forget' pattern, designed by Kerry Goodwin, impressed and painted marks, 23.5cm high. £200-220
1107.   Nao Figures, a Ballet Dancer and a Boy in Nightgown. (2) £20-30
1108.   A Crown Derby Ovoid Vase, with multi-colour floral decoration on gilt ground, 15.5cm high. £20-30
1109.   A Royal Doulton Flambé Figure 'The Carpet Seller', HN 3277, printed mark,18 cm high. £50-100
1110.   A Royal Doulton Flambé Figure 'The Wizard', HN 3121, printed mark, 25.5cm high. £50-100
1111.   A Large Goebel Figure Group of Three Children, one knitting a sock, oval base, printed and impressed marks, 24cm high. £20-30
1112.   A Troika Pottery Cylindrical Vase, painted by Marilyn Pascoe with a band of white circles within bands of blue, white and black, painted mark and artists monogram, 14cm high (af). £20-30
1113.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, of extended pear shape, raised on square scrolling gilt feet, painted with pink and red roses, shape F/H 106, date code for 1911, 22cm high. £50-80
1114.   A Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Figures, modelled as maidens in floral decorated flowing robes, one playing pan pipes, the other the cymbals, upon naturalistic rocky circular bases, shape number 1827, date code for 1913, 31cm and 33cm high. (2) £100-150
1115.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in 'The Stone Kestrel' pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt, limited edition number 42/50, impressed and painted marks, 29.5cm high. £160-180
1116.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Model of a Kingfisher Alcedo ispida and Autumn Beech, modelled by Dorothy Doughty, number 93 of a limited edition of 500, 30cm high, on a wooden plinth (no certificate). £70-100
1117.   Four Royal Doulton Figurines, 'Top O' the Hill', HN 1834, 'Soireé' HN 2312, 'Premiére' HN 2343 , and 'Fair Maiden' HN2211 (second). (4) £20-40
1118.   Two Royal Crown Derby Paperweights, modelled as a Hamster, date code for 1898 and a Bluebird, date code for 2000, both gold stoppers. (2) £20-30
1119.   Two Royal Crown Derby Paperweights, modelled as a Penguin, date code for 1898 and Owl, date code for 1991, both gold stoppers. (2) £30-50
1120.   A Royal Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as a Squirrel, date code for 2003, gold stopper; Two Others, a rabbit and a mouse, both seconds - bases scratched through. (3) £30-50
1121.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight, modelled as 'Pheasant', no stopper, date code for 1986, 18cm long; Two Others, 'Chaffinch', gold stopper, date code for 1998, 9cm long and 'Seven Spot Ladybird', silver stopper, date code for 1994, 5.5cm long. (3) £50-80
1122.   A Royal Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as a Panda, with silver stopper, 10cm high. £20-40
1123.   A Royal Dux Model of a Girl Standing Beside a Large Basket, shape number 2693, pink triangle mark, 19.5cm high. £30-50
1124.   A Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Models of Goldcrest Regulus cristatus and Larch, modelled by Dorothy Doughty, number 18 of a limited edition of 500, 19cm and 20cm high (no certificates). (2) £100-150
1125.   A Bernard Moore Pottery Vase, of double gourd form, decorated in streaked sang de boeuf glazes, printed mark, 14cm high; Another, decorated in streaked orange, grey and flambé glazes, printed marks, 14cm high. (2) £120-180
1126.   A Wedgwood Porcelain Lustre Bowl, of compressed globular form decorated with gilt dragons chasing mons with a shaded blue ground and gilt decorated mottled interior, printed mark, 8.5cm high. £50-80
1127.   A Rare Royal Doulton Pottery Small Character Jug Yellow Crown 'Old King Cole', printed mark, 8.5cm high. £300-400
1128.   Three Royal Doulton Figure 'This Little Pig', HN 1793, 10.5cm high; 'Lizzie', HN 2749 and 'Jemma', HN 3168. (3) £30-40
1129.   A Lladro Figure of a Clown, resting on his arms; together with another as a girl carrying fruit and another of a girl with crossed arms. (3) £20-30
1130.   Three Royal Albert Beatrix Potter Figures, large size Benjamin Bunny, Foxy Whiskered Gentleman and Tom Kitten, all brown printed mark; Three Smaller Beswick Ware Figures, Mrs Tiggy Winkle, Jemima Puddleduck and Tom Kitten, all gold printed marks. (6) £40-60
1131.   Six Royal Doulton Miniature Figures; Falstaff HN 3236, Good King Wenseslas HN 3262, Town Crier HN 3261, The Jester HN 3335, Guy Fawkes HN 3271 and A Victorian Lady, M2. (6) £50-80
1132.   Three Beswick Ware Beatrix Potter Limited Edition Figures, Squirrel Nutkin 1126/1947, Taylor of Gloucester 227/1947 and Jeremy Fisher 812/1947 and a centenary edition 1894-1994 Jemima Puddleduck, all gold printed marks. (4) £40-50
1133.   Six Royal Doulton 'The Snowman Gift Collection' Figures; James DS1, Thank You Snowman DS4, The Snowman Tobogganing DS20, The Snowman Skiing DS21, The Snowman Snowballing DS22 and Building the Snowman DS23 £50-80
1134.   A Late XIX Century Minton Pottery Dinner Service, decorated with a geometric band within a maroon and gilt band, central initials, printed and impressed marks, comprising:- two handled tureen, three oval dishes, thirty-five dinner plates, 26cm diameter, eighteen dessert plates, 22cm diameter, eighteen soup bowls, eight side plates, 20cm diameter etc. (84) £70-100
1135.   Aynsley 'Edwardian Kitchen Garden' Items, including wheelbarrow, watering can; Mason's Ironstone 'Mandalay' Pattern Dishes. (A Lot) £20-30
1136.   A Royal Doulton Flambé Model of a Duck, 15cm high and another of a rabbit. (2) £40-60
1141.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Brevette Folding Mirror, with paper panels of figures and cranes within a mahogany surround, 23cm high; A Japanese Lacquered Folding and Extending Bookstand, a Lacquer Wall Bracket, a Hardwood Rectangular Vase Stand and a Framed Enamel Picture. (5) £60-80
1142.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Japanese Panels on Metal, depicting a temple and a wooded landscape, in floral decorated red lacquer frames, 35 x 44cm, including frames. (2) £30-50
1143.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Pottery Vase, of ovoid form with outcurved neck, decorated in the Imari palette with panels of trees, birds, fans, phoenix etc, within an elaborate floral and geometric ground, 36cm high. £40-60
1144.   An Early XX Century Japanese Bottle Vase, painted in blue with a flowering peony tree, within scrolling and flower heads, character mark to base, 33cm high. £70-100
1145.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Pottery Circular Bowl, decorated in the Imari palette with chrysanthemums and butterflies to a dark blue gilt decorated ground, the interior with butterflies within a scrolling border, signed to base, 28cm high. £60-80
1146.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Japanese Pottery Vases, of ovoid form, each entwined with a dragon and decorated with Deities within a white beadwork ground and geometric borders, 26cm high (one a/f). £40-60
1147.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Japanese Bronzed Vase, of baluster form, each entwined with dragons and cast with birds, turtles and foliage, 62cm high, upon a turned wooden stand. £100-150
1148.   •BOB SANDERS (b.1945) (ARR)
'City Wavebands', artists proof, signed in pencil in the margin,
43 x 42cm. £20-30
1149.   •AFTER ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987) (ARR)
Marilyn Monroe, colour print in green, red and yellow, number 16 of a limited edition of 100, blindstamp for Geoges Israel Editeur, signature on margin,
75 x 55cm. £300-500
1150.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (Mid XX Century)
Portrait of a Lady, wearing a white blouse, black cloak and maroon shawl, oil, signed indistinctly verso and dated 1848,
31 x 27cm. £30-50
1151.   GEORGE JAMES KNOX (1810-1897)
Figures on a Coastal Path with Fishing Boats, watercolour, signed lower left,
17 x 39.5cm. £40-60
1152.   AFTER WILLIAM WARMAN
Eminent Men, lithograph, published by Owen Bailey, 22 Newman Street, Oxford Street, oval,
66 x 56cm;
Together with a keyplate dated August 1856. (2) £60-80
1153.   EDWARD ORLANDO BOWLEY (Fl 1843-1870)
A Figure Driving Cattle in a Rural Landscape, oil, signed and dated 1870 lower right,
29.5 x 60cm. £150-250
1154.   •JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) (ARR)
A Double Sided Picture, Lilies against a swirling red/orange background, signed and dated 1970 top right, the reverse with figure walking beside a river, signed lower right, oil on board,
100 x 75cm. £200-400
1155.   SIDI HBIBI HAFID (Moroccan, XX Century)
A Moroccan Street Scene, with figures, on on canvas, signed lower right,
96 x 76cm. £150-200
1156.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (XIX Century)
'The Money Lender', oil on canvas, unsigned,
39 x 49cm. £100-150
1157.   E. PERESTTON (English School, XIX Century)
'A Strange Past Master', oil on canvas, signed lower left, bears George W. Kemp label verso,
34 x 24cm. £150-200
1158.   FREDERICK JOHN WIDGERY (1861-1931)
Near Watergate Bay, Newquay, Cornwall, watercolour, signed lower right,
38 x 98cm. £150-250
1159.   WITHDRAWN
ENGLISH SCHOOL (Late XX Century)
Portrait of Lady Pollen, watercolour, unsigned,
22 x 18cm. £20-30
1160.   JAN MORTEL (1906 -?)
A Dark Bay Mare and Foal by a Thatched Stable, oil on board, signed lower right,
39 x 49cm.
£150-200
1161.   •HARRY WEINBERGER (1924-2009) (ARR)
Adam and Eve, each holding an apple beside a tree, oil on canvas, signed in monogram lower right,
120 x 98cm. £40-50
1162.   XX CENTURY CHINESE SCHOOL,
Boats on a River Before a Bridge, with calligraphy above, print on silk, signed to the right side,
66 x 130cm. £30-40
1163.   K. ARMON (XX Century)
Eastern Street Scene with Arab Gentleman Talking, oil on canvas, signed lower right, bearing Webster and Green label verso,
90 x 74cm. £60-80
1164.   FRANK SALTFLEET (1859-1937)
A Fishing Boat Before Rocks in a Choppy Sea, watercolour, signed and dated 1892 lower right,
67 x 101cm. £200-300
1165.   •CIRO CANZANELLA (Italian, b.1948) (ARR)
A Venetian Canal Scene with Gondolas, oil on canvas, signed lower right and verso,
58 x 79cm. £100-150
1166.   HARRISON WILLIAM WEIR (1824-1906)
Ducks on a Grassy Bank, watercolour, signed and dated 1882 lower left,
18 x 27cm.
Another, Duck and Ducklings, a pair. (2) £200-300
1167.   •TERRY GORMAN (Sheffield Artist, b.1935) (ARR)
Star Newspaper Vendor with Billboard 'City Trams to be Phased Out', watercolour, signed and dated 1988 lower right,
13.5 x 12.5cm. £50-70
1168.   •ASHLEY JACKSON (b.1940) (ARR)
Moorland Landscape with Telegraph Poles, watercolour, signed lower left and inscribed verso,
36 x 55cm
*With Insurance Valuation from Ashley Jackson Gallery for £3000, June 2018. £150-200
1169.   •EUGENE KINGMAN (American, 1909-1975) (ARR)
Pointers in a Wooded Landscape, oil on canvas signed lower right,
59 x 90cm. £40-60
1170.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (XIX Century)
A Pair of Portraits, the gentleman wearing black coat and holding spectacles. the lady holding a book, oil on canvas (relined),
40 x 30cm. (2) £100-150
1171.   •AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY R.A. (1887-1976) (ARR)
'Going to the Match', signed in pencil lower right, blindstamp for the 'Fine Art Trade Guild' from an edition of 300, a colour reproduction,
52.5 x 68cm.
*Purchased by the vendor from Sheffield Wednesday F.C. Gala Dinner and Auction 2004. £14500-16000
1172.   ALBERT POLLITT (1856-1926)
Rocky Coastline, watercolour, signed and dated 1891 lower right,
29 x 49.5cm. £50-70
1173.   •PRUDENCE TURNER (1930-2007) (ARR)
Misty Moorland Landscape with Highland Cattle Watering in Foreground, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
60 x 90cm. £100-150
1174.   •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR)
Pinstone Street, Sheffield, watercolour, signed lower left,
54 x 74cm. £300-400
1175.   JOHN WILSON (1818-1875)
Hauling in the Nets in Choppy Waters and Busy Shipping Scene With Distant Coast, possibly Whitby, a pair, oils on canvas, signed lower left, relined.
29 x 49.5. (2)
£400-600
1176.   •GEORGE LARGE (b.1936) (ARR)
Scrap Yard, watercolour, signed and dated 2003 middle left, bears Gold Mark Art label verso,
48 x 55cm.
*Large was commissioned to paint a mural for Kings Cross Thameslink Station. £300-500
1177.   •GEORGE LARGE (b.1936) (ARR)
The Casino, watercolour, signed and dated (19)92 middle left, bears Gold Mark Art label verso,
50 x 56cm.
*Large was commissioned to paint a mural for Kings Cross Thameslink Station. £300-500
1178.   •GEORGE LARGE (b.1936) (ARR)
Filling Station, watercolour, signed and dated (19)99 lower left,
44 x 59cm.
*Large was commissioned to paint a mural for Kings Cross Thameslink Station. £300-500
1179.   •GEORGE LARGE (b.1936) (ARR)
Christmas Market, watercolour, signed and dated 2002 lower left, bears Gold Mark Art label verso,
40 x 59cm.
*Large was commissioned to paint a mural for Kings Cross Thameslink Station. £300-500
1180.   M.E. RYDER
Still Life of Flowers in a Vase, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
60 x 42cm;
Another, similar,
56 x 38cm. (2) £50-80
1181.   •ANTOINE BLANCHARD (French, 1910-1989) (ARR)
Paris, Notre Dame Place Saint-Michel, oil on canvas, signed lower right and verso,
31.5 x 44.5cm. £2500-3000
1182.   •ANTOINE BLANCHARD (French, 1910-1989) (ARR)
Paris, Port St. Denis, oil on canvas, signed lower right and verso, artist stamp verso,
31.5 x 44.5cm. £2500-3000
1183.   •AFTER GRAHAM SUTHERLAND (1903-1980) (ARR)
'Rock Form', lithograph, number ? of a limited edition of 65, signed in pencil lower right,
26.5 x 20.5cm.
Together with a book 'Graham Sutherland Das Graphische Werk 1922-1970', in slipcase. £300-400
1184.   •AFTER GRAHAM SUTHERLAND (1903-1980) (ARR)
'Object on an Estuary Shore', lithograph, number 16 of a limited edition of 65, signed in pencil lower right,
26.5 x 20cm. £300-400
1185.   ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH KNIGHT (1837-1909)
Near Llyn Elan, oil on board, signed lower left and titled and signed verso,
30 x 40cm. £40-60
1186.   •AFTER HENRY MOORE (1898-1986) (ARR)
'Three Reclining Figures', lithograph, number 45 of a limited edition of 75, signed in pencil and dated '73 lower right,
21.5 x 29cm (image). £300-400
1187.   •VERA CUMMINGS (New Zealand, 1891-1949) (ARR)
Portrait of Figure Smoking a Pipe, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
19 x 14cm. £500-700
1188.   •TREVOR GRIMSHAW (1947-2001) (ARR)
Northern Sklyline with Billowing Chimneys, pencil drawing, signed lower right, bears Peter Simmonite label verso,
15.5 x 24.5cm. £400-600
1189.   AFTER PETER BROOK
'Lifting Mist', a colour reproduction print, signed by the artist,
15.5 x 27cm.
£20-40
1190.   CARL WERNER (1808-1894)
An Artist at Work, watercolour, signed and dated 1854 lower left, unframed,
55 x 41cm. £100-150
1191.   EUGENE REMY MAES (1849-1931)
'Feeding Time', oil on canvas (relined), signed lower left,
50 x 75cm. £1000-1500
1192.   GEORGE AIKMAN (1831-1906)
Unloading the Catch on Tranquil Waters, with seagulls in attendance, oil on canvas, signed lower left,
61 x 99.5cm. £200-300
1193.   A VESCOVI (Italian, XIX Century)
Fishing Boats with Figures on the Shore, a pair, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
39.5 x 66cm. (2) £150-250
1194.   J. KAISER (Continental, XX Century)
A Continental Winter Landscape With Figures Skating, oil on panel, signed lower left, bears Hibbert Brothers label verso,
28 x 28cm. £80-120
1195.   A GYNATOB (XX Century)
Wooded River Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
34 x 46.5cm.
£40-60
1196.   •TERRY GORMAN (Sheffield Artist, b.1935) (ARR)
Children Playing, watercolour, signed lower edge,
8 x 12.cm. £40-60
1201.   A Hanna Barbera Acetate 'The Flintstones', an Ed Benedict design, edition size 2500, copyright 1996, 26.5 x 31.5cm. £80-120
1202.   A Hanna Barbera Acetate 'Yogi Bear', an Ed Benedict design, edition size 2500, copyright 1996, 26.5 x 31.5cm. £80-120
1203.   Great Train Robbery 1963, a framed photograph of the train and ten shilling note signed Bruce Reynolds, framed and glazed. £40-60
1204.   A Large Stan Shaw (Sheffield) Bowie Knife, with antler scales and ornate file work to blade and tang, stamped "Stan Shaw Sheffield England" "Stainless Steel", overall length 44.3cm, in a fitted case. £700-900
1205.   A Late XIX Century Fan, the ivory guard and sticks with elaborate pierced floral decoration, the leaf with an allegorical scene, the reverse with flowers, length of guard 25cm. £40-60
1206.   A Late XIX Century Bone Chess Set, with carved and turned pieces, half stained red. (32) £60-80
1207.   A Late XIX Century Bone Chess Set, with carved and turned pieces, half stained red, in an associated mahogany box. (32) £80-120
1208.   A Cold Painted Bronze Model in the Style of Bergman of a Pheasant Perched on a Branch, 19cm high; A Bergman Cold Painted Bronze Model of a Lizard, cast makers mark, 6cm long. (2) £70-100
1209.   A Cold Painted Bronze Model of a Grouse, mounted on an onyx ashtray, 11cm diameter; A Vesta Case, in the form of a pug dog with frilled collar and feathered hat, 5cm high. (2) £40-60
1210.   A Cold Painted Bronze Model of Two Toads, in the style of Bergman, he dressed in country attire and holding a walking stick, she in a long dress with an umbrella, stamped "Geschutz, 7cm high; Three Others, including a pair of toads, one with satchel, a toad musician and another with bandaged leg. (4) £100-150
1211.   A Cold Painted Bronze Model by Franz Xavier Bergman, of a pug wearing pirate hat and holding a sword, cast makers mark, 10cm high; Another, of a pig dressed as a chef, frying an egg, 11cm high. (2) £150-250
1212.   A Cold Painted Bronze Dog and Kennel Inkwell, the pitched roof forming the hinged lid, stamped "Geschutz", 11cm high. £100-150
1213.   A Cold Painted Bronze Model in the Style of Bergman, of an Arab carpet seller, the reverse stamped 'Bergm', 12cm high; Another, of an Arab seated on a carpet, smoking a pipe, stamped 'Made in Austria', 12cm long. (2) £80-120
1214.   A Cold Painted Bronze Inkwell in the Form of a Boars Head, with hinged cover, 16.5cm long. £60-80
1215.   A Cold Painted Bronze Model in the Style of Bergman, of a cat standing upon all four before a fishing creel on a rug, stamped registration mark 'Geschutz Osterreich, Deutschland, England, Berg', 19cm long. £100-150
1216.   An Austrian 1930's Cold Painted Bronze Group of Three Budgerigars Perched on a Branch, mounted on an onyx rectangular base, 24cm high, 33cm long. £150-250
1217.   A Mid XIX Century Tortoiseshell Casket, of rectangular form with domed cover, the interior with ivory banding, the three compartments containing inkwells, each with white metal covers, key present, 14cm long. £80-120
1218.   A Collection of Late XIX Century Mauchline Ware, all with black printed scenes to include, an egg shaped thimble case, a needlecase, vesta case, a rectangular box, two boxes with pin cushion covers and a bobbin case. (8) £30-50
1219.   A Negretti & Zambra Walnut and Ebonised Stereoscope Viewer, with double lens and sliding slide holder with fretwork to the top and ivory handles, together with approximately two hundred and seventy four slides of mainly topographical scenes. £200-300
1220.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Inlaid Apothecary Box, the compartmented interior with six bottles (four with stoppers) and funnel, two vacant compartments. £50-80
1221.   A Late Victorian Brass Vase, the elaborately pierced 'U' shaped body raised on a spreading circular footed base, decorated with mask heads and scrolling foliage, 42cm high. £40-60
1222.   An Early XX Century Walnut Stereoscopic Viewer, with open fretwork scrolled decoration, and approximately one hundred and thirty-seven WWI themed viewing cards, contained in a stitched leather case, monogrammed 'G.P.C.'. £80-120
1223.   A 1930's Wooden Ship Lamp, with red sails, 34cm high; Another, with bronzed figure of fisherman. (2) £55-75
1224.   A Late XIX Century German Bisque Porcelain Figure Group, modelled as a couple beside a large urn, under a glass dome, on base with silver plaque with inscription date 1874. £80-120
1225.   An Early XX Century Adjustable Desk Lamp, with heavy base with ashtray, painted black circular shade. £40-60
1226.   An Early XX Century Brass Desk Lamp, with adjustable joint, with mottled pink glass shade, 42cm high. £50-70
1227.   WITHDRAWN
A Late XIX Century Gas Wall Lamp, the brass frame with gas tap and cut glass shade, 28.5cm long. £40-60
1228.   A Late XIX Century Black Forest Carved Model of a Bear, in growling pose, glass eyes, 27cm long. £80-120
1229.   A Mid XX Century Miniature Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with satinwood inlay, with one dummy and two long drawers and lift-up lid, raised on bracket feet, 26 x 34.5cm. £70-100
1230.   A Mid XX Century Bronze Model of an Old English Mastiff, in a recumbent pose, upon an oval red veined marble base, 28cm long. £200-300
1231.   WITHDRAWN
A Pair of Victorian Gas Wall Lamps, the brass frames with original gas taps, fluted glass shades, in aluminium frames marked 'SGG British Made', 29cm long. (2) £70-100
1232.   Two Modern Georg Jensen 'Quack' Serving Jugs, in light brown and green, moulded marks, 14cm high, boxed. (2) £20-40
1233.   An Edwardian Two-Handled Mahogany Oval Gallery Tea Tray, elaborately inlaid with flowers and scrollwork, 39 x 58cm. £30-50
1234.   After James Stockton, A Bronze Equestrian Model 'Swift and Sure', upon a naturalistic base, signed, number 58 of a limited edition of 195, with certificate and original invoice, 27cm high. £120-180
1235.   A Late XIX Century Narwhal Tusk, of typical tapered spiral form, 127cm long.
*Sold with Cites Article 10 certificate. £1500-2500
1236.   George V (1865-1936) King of the United Kingdom 1910-1936, a signed photograph, dated 1924, the head and shoulders portrait wearing a three piece suit, photographers stamp 'Russell and Sons', 19 x 14cm, framed and glazed. £100-150
1237.   Tribal Art - An Early XX Century Carved Wooden Long Boat, containing four figures, 80cm long. £40-60
1238.   Tribal Art: A Songye Nkisi Power Figure or Fetish, wearing tasselled cap and collar, standing holding his protruding belly, 51cm high. £40-60
1239.   A Pair of Modern Bronze Models of Stags, standing upon rocks cast with foliage, marble oval bases, signed J. Moiqriwo, 68cm high. (2)
£450-550
1240.   A Late XIX Century Bronzed Metal Bust of Elizabeth I, in a high collared bodice and wearing her hair up with a tiara, square base, 65cm high.
*Note - This item has spent many years in a garden. £100-150
1241.   AFTER PIERRE JULES MENE (1810-1879)
A Bronzed Group of an Arab Stallion and Mare, upon an oval base bearing signature,
44cm high, 58cm long. £70-100
1242.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Cast Iron Door Stops in the Form of Punch and Judy, upon shaped and fluted bases, 30 and 31cm high (repainted). £40-60
1243.   A Tourist Board Poster 'Yorkshire North Landing, Flamborough', by Edward Wesson, framed and glazed, 90 x 62cm. £100-120
1244.   Taxidermy: A Leopard (Panthera pardus), early XX Century flat skin and skull, relined in blue felt and lining, 201cm long. £150-250
1245.   A 'Sages of London and Paris' Shops Female Mannequin, fabric covered with vase turned finial on adjustable support and tripod legs in oak, stamped "H44". £50-90
1246.   The Improved Pickwick Coin in the Slot Pinball Arcade Machine, c.1912, contained in an oak case with two labels; together with a tin of coins and related literature, 106cm long. £500-800
1247.   An Early XX Century Ceiling Light, the frosted glass shade with beige classical decoration, brass fitment with chain and ceiling rose, 39cm high. £50-70
1248.   An Early XX Century Milk Glass Ceiling Light, held in a bronzed metal frame and suspended by three original chains, 25.5cm diameter. £60-80
1249.   A 1930's Chromed Ceiling Light, with three frosted glass panels, 32cm diameter. £40-60
1250.   A 1920/30's Light Fitting, the metal frame holding six frosted and moulded gold coloured glass panels, with original loop chains, 21cm long. £40-60
1251.   An Early XX Century Silver Plated Three Branch Electrolier, with frosted and pink part fluted shades, with original loop chain, 36cm long. £40-60
1252.   A 1920's/30's Chromed Metal Three Branch Electrolier, with frosted 'flame' shades and original suspension chains, 43cm long. £80-120
1253.   Three Reproduction Tiffany Style Ceiling Light Shades, with segmented decoration with dragonflies in shades of blue. (3) £30-40
1254.   A XIX Century Musical Box by "Etouffoirs en Acier", playing six airs, No. 1072 to label, in inlaid rosewood and ebonised case, 42.5cm wide. £80-120
1255.   A Boosey and Hawkes Five Piece Clarinet, the mouthpiece stamped "H45" in a plush lined case. £30-50
1256.   An Early XX Century Rosewood Cased Clarinet, with bone mouthpiece, and two others similar. £30-50
1257.   A Yamaha Model 62 Piccolo, with silvered metal mounts, in a plush lined case. £200-300
1258.   A Prima Sankyo Silver Sonic Tokyo Flute, numbered 9392, in a plush lined case. £300-500
1259.   A 'Wimberley Elkhart' Silvered Metal Flute, and a 'Ewen McDougall' mouth joint, in a plush lined case. £100-200
1260.   A 'Hernals' Model S 1OO Silvered Metal Flute, in a plush lined carrying case. £20-40
1261.   A Mid XX Century Silver Plated Piccolo, inscribed 'Louis 6C 7881', made in Italy, contained in a black case with 'Rudall, Carte and Co Ltd' label, 31cm long. £150-200
1262.   A Late XIX Century Violin, with two-piece back, bears label "Copie de Antonius Stradivarious Cremonensis Faciebat Anno 1721", length of back 13.5", 34cm, and another (no label. (2) £40-60
1263.   A Late XIX Century Violin, with two-piece birds eye maple back and sides, bears label "Maggini Deutsche Arbeit 1886", length of back 14", 35.5cm, and two bows, cased. £50-80
1264.   An Early XX Century Violin, with two-piece back stamped "Jacobus Steiner Stainer, in Abfam Prope Oenipontum 1676", length of back 14", 35.5cm, and a bow stamped "Paesold", cased. £80-120
1265.   A Columbia Disc Graphophone, the square oak base with pillars and metal handles to the moulded panels, cast horn support, witches hat horn with winding handle and for records. £300-500
1266.   Two Wax Headed Shoulder Dolls, one with glass eyes to cloth body and wax limbs, the other lacking eyes and head detached from body, wax limbs, 42cm high. (2) £40-60
1267.   A Bisque Headed Doll, with leather body and composition limbs, the head stamped "370", with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, 61cm high (signs of restoration to legs, arms, hands replacements). £40-60
1268.   An Early XX Century Large Bisque Headed Doll, the head stamped "Germany, Max Handwerck", with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, fully jointed composition body, 80cm high. £50-80
1269.   A Bisque Headed Doll, the head stamped "Armand Marseille/390n/DRGM246/1/A3M", with sleepy eyes and open mouth with teeth tp modern composition style jointed body, 50cm high. £20-40
1270.   An Early to Mid XX Century Simon Halbig Bisque Headed Doll, stamped "SH/5600", with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, composition body, 39cm high. £20-40
1271.   An Early XX Century Large Bisque Headed Doll, the head stamped "Simon Halbig 1906/9", sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, fully jointed composition body, 68cm high. £50-80
1272.   An Early XX Century Large Bisque Headed Doll, the head stamped "DEP", with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, fully jointed composition body, 72cm high. £40-60
1273.   A Large Quantity of Mid XX Century and Later Magicians Tricks, from the act of Eddy Gordon, including The Elusive Hippity-Hoppity Rabbits, Vanishing Cigarette, Giant Size Clever Ace and many others. Worthy of full inspection. £100-200
1274.   A 'Lord Roberts' Workshop Painted Wooden Noah's Ark, with stencilled windows and green and red base, containing:- Mr and Mrs Noah and twenty-eight animals. £50-70
1275.   A Large Wooden Velocipede Tricycle, in the form of a horse, cast frame, spoked wheels, 65cm high. £200-300
1276.   A Mid XX Century Composition Shop Display Child Mannequin, in contemporary dress; plus a modern childs dress. £20-40
1277.   A Post-War Professional Ventriloquist Dummy Possibly By Davenport, with full facial features including winking eyes, top and bottom lip movement, smoking machine, tear duct etc., dressed in a country tweed outfit, from the act of Eddy Gordon, 92cm high. £300-500
1278.   A Rare and Unusual Davenport Ventriloquist Doll 'Toby Jug', from the act of Eddy Gordon, possibly a Len Insull model of which only fifty were made, eyes not present but mechanism working, 20cm high. £150-250
1279.   A Large Modern Dolls House, in the form of a mock tudor house, double fronted with six rooms, conservatory and summer pagoda, 80cm high, 66cm wide, 37cm deep; complete with a large quantity of furniture and accessories for each room. £100-200
1280.   The Martin Aldred Collection, a wonderful and extensive single owner collection of chocolate wrappers, from Victorian to present day. The collection mainly concentrates on British and Continental manufacturers with some good early wrappers which are neatly catalogued and presented in albums.

Cadbury's (Bournville England) Chocolate Wrappers 1930's to 1950's. A large quantity and variety including Fruit & Nut, Bournville, Walnut, Brazil Nut, Raisin, Strawberry, Lemon, Marzipan, Toffee, Fine Dessert, 1910-1935 Silver Jubilee commemorative, 1940's Rationing, Blended (war time); Export wrappers including American 10c bars, France, Canary Islands, Denmark, Holland, Singapore. Later XX Century wrappers, including 1980's and 90's Wildlife Bars (33), 1977 Spice Girls (10). (Two Albums) £80-120
1281.   A Collection of XIX Century and Later Continental Chocolate Wrappers. Four late XIX Century Chocolate Damoy (Paris) pictorial children's wrappers with nursery stories; a c.1920's wrapper with German soldiers and 'Unsere Feldgraven, Auf dem Marche' (Our Field Grey on the March); Freia (Norway) Big Ben wrapper circa 1928 and another depicting an airship; St Georges (Petrograd) WWI 'Military Life' wrappers; Krapf & Armold (Germany) 1910-20 'Uniforms' series; The Royal Chocolate Works of Egypt wrapper commemorating the marriage of King Farouk 1938; Other brands noted are Mazetti (Sweden), Chocolate Klaus (Switzerland), Sansen & Ingels (Belgium), Stollwerck (Germany), N.Lojet (Italy), Tobler & Co, Lowney's 'Vanilla Sweet' (1906), Elvirasminde (Denmark) 'Scout' wrapper (1930's), Leopold Cagno and Pietro Fezzi (Italy) chocolate torrone wrappers (1920's 30's). (One Album) £80-120
1282.   Fry's (J.S. Fry & Son Ltd Bristol) Chocolate Wrappers from the 1930's to 2000's. 1930's wrappers include Fry's Coffee, Peppermint, Jersey, Five Centre, Maltegg, Valencia, Scorched Almond, Macaroon, Monty, Jester, Cracker, Grapefruit, Raspberry etc; 1930's to 1950's Fry's Chocolate Sandwich wrappers; 1950's and 60's Fry's Five Boys Milk Chocolate - 1d, 2d, 3d and 6d bars; later wrappers in various varieties. (One Album) £40-80
1283.   Terry's (Joseph Terry & Son Ltd, York) Chocolate Wrappers. A Collection of 1930's wrappers including Snack, Devon Milk, Raisin, Walnut, Plain (all 2½d bars); Oliver Twist wrappers in a variety of flavours, small bar wrappers including 'Economy'; 1950's 'Filled Block wrappers in a variety of flavours including Fruit Cream, Coconut Dessert, Coffee, Genoese Candy, Peppermint, Nougatine, Fudge, Marzipan etc; 1960's to 1990's Waifa bar wrappers, (over one hundred and twenty). (One Album) £50-80
1284.   Rowntree & Co., York. Mainly 1930's to 1950's but some earlier noted, wrappers include 1937 and 1953 Coronation issues, 1935 Silver Jubilee, Motoring, 'The Spider and Fly', British Theatre Chocolate and Empress Queen Chocolate (Victoria), Edward VII King Chocolate, Alpine Chocolate (c.1903), in two albums; An album of Kit Kat wrappers from 1964 to 2007, various sizes, commemorative and special editions; 1950's and later Golden Cup and Caramac wrappers; Aero wrappers from 1950's to 2000's; St Michael (M & S) wrappers from 1960 to 2000's. (Five Albums) £40-80
1285.   Nestlé (Chocolate Dept. Eastcheap) Chocolate Wrappers. A collection of over fifty wrappers from the 1930's including Honey Queen, Raspberry Slice, Chocolate, Raspberry Cream, Fruit and Nut, Crookant, Coffee, Lemon, Peach, Brazil Nut, Orange and Rum, various prices and sizes; 1910 - 1935 Silver Jubilee bars and Bubblo. (One Album) £40-60
1286.   Nestlé Chocolate Dept. (Eastcheap) Chocolate Wrappers 1920's to 1950's. Including Nut-Milk, Rum Flavour Milk Chocolate, Ginger, Milky Block, Smoker's (semi-sweet) Milk Chocolate, Crackermilk, Grapefruit, commemorative 1910-1935 Silver Jubilee, Festival of Britain 1951, War Time wrappers altered from milk to plain, 1930's 'Do You Know?' series 1-4 (48 wrappers); a WWI chocolate medallion wrapper 'French Armoured Cruiser Montcalm'. (One Album)
£80-120
1287.   A Collection of Large Size Chocolate Wrappers, mainly from the 1970's onwards and usually Continental; Manufacturer's Marketing/Advertising Trade Sample Issue Chocolate Wrappers, a collection of approximately of four hundred. £40-80
1288.   Suchard (Switzerland and Welwyn Garden City) Chocolate Wrappers. Mainly 1950's and later including Wild Birds, Traffic Signals, Pierrot, Children's Stories, 1960's Sindy (Milka), Walt Disney (1980's) (Two Albums); Lindt, Swiss Scenes, Nursery Rhymes, Birds (1958), Flowers, Christmas (1975), Racing Cars. Chocolat Frey (Switzerland), mainly 1960's to 80's wrappers including Swiss Cantons (1982), Flowers, National Costume, Aircraft, Handicrafts (1987). Chocolate Villars, 1970's to modern including Mah-Jong (1993). (Six Albums in total) £40-60
1289.   A Collection of Chocolate Wrappers from Various British Chocolate Manufacturers. Mainly 1930's to 1950's and from some of the lesser known brands, including Adlers, Barker & Dobson, Beech's Chocolates (Grapefruit -1930's), British Automatic Co Ltd, Birrells, Bonds, Buchanan's, Caley's, Carr's, Carsons, Clarnico, Cleeve Ltd., CWS, Kunzle, Huntley & Palmers (Soldier series), Imperial, Helm, W & M Duncan (Coronation wrapper), Collinsons, Chocolate Menier (Biggleswade), Mackintosh's, Maison Lyons, Mayfair Products, Meltis, B.C. Murch & Co., Needlers, Pasdcall, O P Specialities, Paynes, Reeves, Suchard, Van Houten, all cataloguged alphabetically in two albums. (Two Albums) £70-90
1290.   House of Dorchester (UK) Chocolate Wrappers. Two albums of modern wrappers, themes include Valentine, Past Times, Margaret Tarrant, Scenes of London, Easter, Christmas, Personalised, Molly Brett Animals, Mrs Beeton's Pantry, Kings, Queens, A Taste of London, Kate Mawdsley, Great Composers, Holidays Scenes, Dorset, Isle of Wight, Churchill at War, P & O, Scottish Wildlife, Highgrove, Colman's Mustard, 2004 Coronation Street Characters, National Trust. Other Wrappers, usually promotional or advertising, brands include Feodora (Germany), Morozoff (Japan), A.G. Muller & Cie (Switzerland), Motta (Peru); three albums of chocolate band wrappers, UK and foreign, 1940's to modern. (Six Albums in total) £40-60
1291.   A Collection of Early to Mid XX Century Continental Chocolate Wrappers, manufacturers include Peter's (Switzerland) - 1920's, Lobeck & Co. (Dresden), Olaf Larsen (Norway) - Cloetta Mjolkchoklad with Jesse Owens image, Chocolat Meyers (Belgium) - Bon Voyage M. Dumollet, Tobler & Co. (Switzerland - Tobler's Amanda 1920's, Santosa Chocolat - c.1925, Suchard (France) - various wrappers and varieties 1910 to 1930, some are samples acquired by request from the manufacturer. (One Album) £50-80
1292.   A Collection of Chocolate Wrappers From Various UK, Continental and Other Manufacturers. Cadbury's Miniatures - set of seven American Bi-Centenary 1976, Fry's 'Friends' (6), Neapolitans, Chocomoney, Nazareth Candy Co., Carla, Terry's, Cafe Tasso, Trumpf, Maestrani, Babbi, Baronie, Chocolate Bleda, Cote d'or, Favorita, Figaro, P.F. Feldhaus, Mauxion, includes some earlier 1950's wrappers. (Seven Albums) £40-80
1293.   Stollwerck (Germany) Chocolate Wrappers. An album of 1960's and later wrappers; Tobler, 1950's - 80's wrappers including Disnet, Sara Kay, Mickey Mouse, Dogs, Cats, Christmas etc; other brands noted are Faruchoc (West Germany), Hachez, Confiserie Heidel (Trivial Pursuit 2002 and Barbie 2004), Hofbauer, Hucke, Harrods, Hersheys, Klaus, Kinnerton (Beatrix Potter 1993), Sfinx, Stockmann, Sarotti, Chocolate Stells, Wawel, Wedel, Nedel, Whitaker's of Skipton (Calendar Girls). (Six Albums) £40-60
1294.   Cadbury's Chocolate Wrappers. Seven albums of wrappers from the 1950's to present day, including commemorative editions, export, vending, Christmas and special editions (approximately 500). (Seven Albums) £40-80
1295.   A Large Collection of Mainly Continental Chocolate Wrappers in Six Albums. Brands noted are Union (Holland) - Scenes of Amsterdam (1970's), KLM (1980's), Historic Dutch Costumes (1980's), Playing Cards (made for BHS 1990's), Velim (Czechoslovakia), Van Houten (Holland), RiRi Demaret (Belgium), Di Dante (italy), Chocolate Dolly (Switzerland), Kwatta (Holland), Droste (Holland), Du Plessis (France), Riquet (Germany), Ricard (Uruguay), Rademaker (Holland - Fim Strip), Noel & Cia Lda (Argentina - 1930's Silent Movie Stars), Nestlé (South Africa - Pink Panther, Milky Bar). (Six Albums) £40-60
1296.   A Collection of Mid to Late XX Century Mainly Continental Chocolate Wrappers. An album of Victoria (Belgium) Chocolate wrappers including Royal Milk (1954), Cote Perlée, Reve d'Enfant, some are manufacturer's samples and many have the 'Tin Tin' collectors stamps.; Five further albums of wrappers, brands noted include Panda (Finland), Penybnnka, Pars, Pernigotti, Villars, Pieneer, Pobeda, Sniezka, Staenger & Ziller, Stollwerck, Spoorry & Schaufelberger, Szerencsi, Hans Schroeder, Gubor, Grison, Guylian, Godiva,Choc Express, Chocolat Favarga, Elgorriga, Leonides, Lemon & Co., Lieber Co Ltd., Lidka. (Six Albums) £40-60
1297.   Nestlé Chocolate. A Collection of Milky Bar wrappers from the 1950's to 2000's including Pink Panther (1971 decimalisation year with price alteration) (5), Railway 'Thomas the Tank Engine' Series (1970) (12). Nestlé Nougat (rationing wrappers) etc. in two albums. Tobler, 'National Service' Bar, Footer Bar and others from the 1930's to 1970's, in an album. (Three Albums) £40-80
1298.   A Large Quantity of Mainly Continental Chocolate Wrappers. Mainly later XX Century complimentary hotel, promotional and brand advertising wrappers including 'Mrs Brisby', Frantour, Telecom, Postal, Minolta, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy (by Larry Harman), Bossoud, Jeep, Sport, Christmas etc (four albums); Caillers (Switzerland) wrappers including Fete de Vignerons 1977 (12); a further album with various brands including Hauskatze, Astor Chocolate (USA), Arcor (Argentina). (Six Albums in total) £50-80
1301.   Chapman [Edmund: A Treatise in the Improvement of Midwifery, XVIII Century, title page missing, leather bound. £50-80
1302.   Finck [G]: Gil Blas, pub by Finck and Comp, 1839, maroon board and brown leather spine; Laube [Heinrich]: Lebensgefchichte, pub by Cotta Schen Buchhandiung, 1884; Vas [Johann Heinrich]: Homers Odysee, vols I and II and seven other German language books. (11) £40-60
1303.   Macfall [Haldane]: The Splendid Wayfaring, London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co, 1913, first edition, with numerous vignette illustrations, gilt tooled red cloth, with presentation inscription "Presented to the Sheffield City Libraries by Mrs H.B. Gallimore from the library of her late husband Henry Burrows Gallimore, Jan 1935"; Salaman and Absal, an Allegory, translated by Edwin Fitzgerals, illus. E.A. Cox, pub. F.Lewis Ltd, Leigh-on-Sea, 1946, limited edition of 1000 copies on Barcham Green handmade paper, gilt toole red cloth; The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, 1970 Folio Society, in slipcase and a further, earlier copy of the same £40-70
1304.   A Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy Autographed Book, inscribed "Congratulations Jeanette" and dated 7.7.52; together with associated sticker. £200-300
1305.   The Northern Star or Yorkshire Magazine, being a monthly and permanent register of the Arts, Biography, Statistics, Topography, Literature, Agriculture, Commerce and Manufacturers etc., Vol 1, July to December 1817, pub. Messrs Pinnock and Maunder, London; Tourists Guide to the West Riding of Yorkshire, G. Phillips Bevan, 1889 and 1894; The Bath Waters: Their Uses and Effects...., James Tunstall MD, London John Churchill, Soho, 1850; A Collection of the Public General Statutes Passed in the Reign of Q. Victoria, 1863; The Inverness Collection of Highland Music, late XIX Century, Logan & Co., Music Sellers, Inverness and Aberdeen, gilt tooled green cloth. £40-60
1306.   Band [Erster]: Meyers Lexikon, twelve volumes, published by Inftitute, Leipzig, 1930, ochre cloth binding and black leather spine; Band [Erster]: Thuringen und der Sarz, eight volumes. (19) £40-60
1307.   Watson [P.W.]: Dendrologia Britannica, or Trees and Shrubs That Will Live in the Open Air of Britain, two volumes, printed by the author and sold by John and Arthur Arch, Cornwall, 1825, marbled boards with green leather spines, (2) £250-350
1308.   Smedley [Alfred]: Some Reminiscences Miss Wood in Derbyshire, a Series of Experimental Seances Demonstrating the Fact That Spirits Can Appear in Physical Form, pub. London; Office of 'Light', 110 St Martins Lane, 1900, first edition, maroon cloth; plus others related including The Encyclopedia of Witchcraft and Demonology, Sir Walter Scotts 'Demonology and Witchcraft, Masonic - Enquire Within and The Original Clock Almanack, 1902 by John Hartley. £20-40
1309.   Jones [Owen]: The Grammar of Ornament, two vols, printed by Bernard Quaritch, 15 Picadilly, 1868, cloth board, one with black leather spine. (2) £80-120
1310.   Martineau [Harriet]: Martineau's Complete Guide to the English Lakes, 1855, pub. John Garnett, Windermere, with fold-out map coloured geologically by John Ruthven, 233pp plus local advertisements, contemporary gilt tooled red boards; plus Climbing Guides to the English Lake District, published by The Fell and Rock Climbing Club of the English Lake District - Pillar Rock and Neighbourhood, Scafell Group, Great Gable Borrowdale Buttermere, Dow Crag Langdale, The Gables Yewbarrow Buckbarrow, Great Langdale Area, Buttermere and Newlands Area (various editions) and seven copies of A. Wainwright's Lakeland Fells. £50-80
1311.   Folkard [Charles]: Illustrator 'Aesop's Fables', pub by Adam and Charles Black, 1912, de-luxe edition, number 11/200, cloth binding; Chamberlaine [Edward]: The Present State of England, fifth part, seventh edition, printed by T.N. for F. Martyn, 1673. (2) £40-60
1312.   Latham [Charles]: In English Homes, pub. by George Newnes, Strand, 1904, blue cloth binding; Le Museé Elegant, vols VI, VII and VIII, 1884, red cloth binding; Sheriden [Richard]: Die Lasterschule; others including Wordsworth [William]: Poems and ten German language books, mainly children's literature. £50-80
1313.   Insect Architecture: The Library of Entertaining Knowledge, London, Charles Knight, Pall Mall Easdt, 1830, first edition, half calf marbled boards; Langstroth on The Honey Bee, revised by Dadant, twentieth century edition, Dadant & Son, Illinois, 1911; plus other natural history related editions. £15-30
1314.   Nash [Joseph]: The Mansions of England in the Olden Time, four vols, published by Henry Sotheran and Co, 1871, red cloth binding. (4) £40-60
1315.   Herschell [Sir John F.W.]: Outlines of Astronomy, new edition, 1883, London: Longmans, Green & Co, ex libris Marlborough College, calf; Nathan [I]: Hebrew Melodies, Fugitive Pieces and Reminiscences of Lord Byron, 1829, London, printed for Whittaker, Treacher and Co., Ave Maria Lane, rebound; other antiquarian books. £30-50
1316.   Bogg [Edmubnd]: A Thousand Miles in Wharfedale, and the basin of the Wharf, printed by Goodall and Suddick, Leeds, maroon cloth binding; The Pictorial Treasury of Famous Men and Famous Deeds, pub Frederick Warne & Co, 1890, red cloth binding; The Pictorial Tour of the World, Frederick Warne & Co, undated, green cloth binding; Rev J.G. Wood 'The Brook and it's Banks', pub by The Religious Tract Society, undated, and two other works. (6) £30-50
1317.   Lumley [Rev. W.F.]: Fulton's Book of Pigeons, with standards for judging, a new and enlarged edition, 1895, pub. Cassell & Company, dark green embossed boards, spine loose, scuffed boards; Machin [Frank]: The Oriental Frill Pigeon, with notes on breeding, management exhibiting, feeding etc., 1919 (second edition), pub. The Midland Counties Herald Ltd, Birmingham, with handwritten frontispiece dedication "To my lifelong friend Mrs Richard Amos in memory of our early school days in Derbyshire with the authors best wishes" and signed 'Mosleley' March 21/1926, original pictorial boards. (2) £40-60
1318.   Tyson [T]: Angling, an Illustrated Book on Bottom Fishing, with full and complete instructions for following that harmless and agreeable recreation of Special Interest to Anglers in Sheffield and Neighbourhood, c.1888, printed by Bemrose & Sons, sold by E. Weston & Sons, Walter Thompson, R.S. Beal and Post Office of Sheffield, 228pp, frontis illustration of River Derwent, seven advert pages, grubby blue boards £40-80
1319.   Cock Fighting and Game Fowl, from the Notebooks of Herbert Atkinson of Ewelme, together with the Life and Letters of John Harris the Cornish Cocker, edited by Game Cock, pub. The Spur Publications Company, Liss, Hampshire, 1977, 4to, in dj. £30-40
1320.   Darwin [Charles]: The Origin of the Species, by means of natural selection, pub John Murray, Albermarle Stret, 1878, green cloth binding, sixth edition; Darwin [Charles]: A Naturalist's Voyage, pub as above 1889, green cloth binding. (2) £40-60
1321.   A Large Quantity of Post-War Black and White Photographs, covering social history, society, topographical etc., from the camera of H.F. Parsons, many to a good standard. £40-60
1322.   Carroll [Lewis]: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, illustrated by Millicent Sowerby, pub. by Chatto & Windas, London 1907, first edition, blue cloth binding (poor condition). £40-60
1323.   Nain Belgian Made Polyfine Carpet, with bouquets of flowers to border, all-over leaf decoration on beige ground, approximately 375 x 280cm; a smaller rug. (2) £20-30
1324.   A Tassled Wool Rug, with all-over floral decoration on straw ground, 289 x 233cm. £20-40
1325.   A c.1950's Wedding Dress, with original Simplicity pattern, veil and wax orange blossom head dress, four cocktail/dance dresses, including lavender grosgrain dress with cross over bodice, three-quarter sleeves and full skirt and navy flocked nylon dress with pink silk waist sash; plus a 1960's black shift dress with velvet trim. (6) £30-50
1326.   A Full Length Dark Brown Mink Coat, cross over style with loop fastener, 110cm long; a light brown fur coat with single pom pom faster to waist, the pelts laid in a chevron design, 102cm long. (2) £40-60
1327.   An Early to Mid XX Century Vintage Ocelot Coat, slightly fitted with wide rever collar, 120cm long. £50-80
1328.   A c.1930's Black Wool Bouclé Coat, with side fastening large buttons, pleated sleeve detail and fur cape effect collar; a bias cut tea dress in black crepe de chine with contrasting floral panels, a further 1950's dress, crushed velvet jacket and faux curly lamb coat. (5) £40-50
1329.   An Emporio Armani Wool Long Jacket, in multi-coloured stripes, single breasted with back vent, a vintage full length brown curly lamb coat, 123cm long, a full length black leather coat, a navy blue double breasted wool coat and two others. (6) £30-40
1330.   A Full Length Golden Fur Coat, retailers label for "Kingston Lee", collarless with inner drawstring waist, 120cm long. £40-70
1331.   A Frank Usher Black Crepe Dress, with white satin detachable collar and bow, other modern dresses, a Max Mara wool check jacket, Paul Costelloe Dressage wool jacket and other jackets. (8) £30-50
1332.   A Gents Hope & Glory Brown 'Moleskin' Type Overcoat, with velvet collar and pocket flaps, small back vent. £10-15
1333.   Four Coney Fur Jackets, in various shades; a full length mink coat, a brown reverse sheepskin coat and a pair of brown suede lederhosen. (7) £40-50
1334.   A 1950's Green Wool Suit, with mink trimmed collar to fitted jacket and pencil skirt; a 1980's Cojana brown wool coat with mink collar, a full length dark brown coney fur coat with leather tie belt, a faux curly lamb coat, stole, modern fur trimmed wool wrap etc. £30-40
1335.   A Short Cream Fur Cocktail Jacket, with three-quarter length sleeves and circular collar, 43cm long; a full length fitted cream fur coat, with leather belt, 124cm long and a short black fur jacket, 74cm long. (3) £30-50
1336.   A c.1940's Black Moss Crepe Day Dress, with long sleeves and bolero effect bodice and peplum detail at waist; nine other mainly mid XX Century vintage dresses. (10) £30-40
1337.   A Full Length Dark Brown Fur Coat, wrap over style with shawl collar, 105cm long; a dark beige mink stole. (2) £30-40
1338.   A Collection of 1950's and 60's Day Dresses, including 'Sandpiper' cotton shift dress, 'Alison' (Workers Union) moygashel dress, 'Orange Blossom' seersucker dress etc. (10) £20-40
1339.   An Edwardian Two-Piece Day Dress, in tan, with full lined skirt and cream lace trimmed bodice with leg o' mutton sleeves. £20-30
1340.   A c.1920's Tea Dress, in pale green floral printed gauze, with frill detail to hem, neckline and sleeves; an ice blue embroidered lawn full length evening dress with pink velvet ribbon detail and full skirt; an Edwardian mourning skirt and a mid XX Century 'Ideal' two piece black suit. (4) £30-50
1341.   A Two-Toned Chevron Mink Jacket, in cream and brown, with plain mink collar and gathered cuffs, 78cm long; together with a Jaeger black nylon travel bag with leather trim. (2) £50-70
1342.   A c.1970's Full Length Fox Fur Coat, slightly fitted with hook fastening, 125cm long. £40-70
1343.   A Collection of Evening Wear, including an 'After Six by Roland Joyce' cocktail dress with sequin and bugle bead trim; two Frank Usher sequined evening jackets and a short sleeved top, Trina Lewis and Fink cocktail dresses (sizes 12-14). £30-40
1344.   A Light Beige Mink Three-Quarter Length Coat, with back half belt, 90cm long; together with a dark brown fur jacket with side splits, 78cm long. (2) £20-40
1345.   A Civit Black Wool Two-Piece Suit, the fitted jacket with red and white contrast stitching and button trim, the skirt with waterfall detail (size 14); a Delmod cerise silk jacket, Basler Avantgarde and another jacket and a Frank Usher dress. (7) £30-40
1346.   A Dark Brown Mink Jacket, retailed by Joseph Fox Furrier; a brown squirrel fur jacket and a fur stole. (3) £20-40
1347.   A Large Collection of Vintage to Modern Clothing, including dresses, jackets, blouses etc. £20-40
1348.   A 1950's Cocktail Dress by Alma Leigh, in brown floral lamé fabric over layers of contrasting net, shoestring straps; together with a pair of Dolcis 'Soiree' stilleto evening shoes (size 51/5). £15-20
1349.   An Australian Kangaroo Pelt, length 145cm. £10-20
1350.   A Pair of Mr Seymour Shoes, in autumnal patterned fabric, with matching clutch bag, Bandolino navy sling back shoes and a further pair. £20-30
1351.   Three Pairs of Ladies Renata Shoes and Matching Evening Bags, (size 6), all boxed and with protective bags. £30-40
1352.   A Quantity of Ladies Hats, vintage to modern, in three hat boxes; together with a fox fur capelet. £30-40
1353.   Renata Laides Black Suede Boots, with patent trim, Renata court shoes with 'croc' effect and black suede and leather court shoes, Renata Signorina shoes and a pair of Ultimate Collection court shoes and matching clutch bag. £30-60
1354.   A Chocolate Brown Fur Stole and a Lighter Fur Stole, both retailed by Griffin & Spalding (Nottingham), in retailers box; a pleated grey silk hat with silver mink trim and matching tie scarf and a further mink scarf. (5) £30-50
1355.   A Small Quantity of Victorian Ladies Undergarments, together with a mid XX Century 'Kayser' slip. £10-20
1356.   A Late 1940's Wedding Dress, in an off-white acetate type fabric with full length sleeves, frilled neckline and peplum waist, a row of central buttons, slightly longer at the back; together with a matching lace trimmed veil and contemporary headdress, a black velvet Mitzi Lorenz hat, gloves and bag in a suitcase. £20-30
1357.   A Quantity of Ladies Gloves, including elbow length kid evening gloves, velvet, leather etc; together with a pair of bone glove stretchers, three evening purses and a brown leather masonic bag with apron. £20-30
1358.   A Modern Mannequin, on wooden tripod base, a further mannequin and a small clothes rail on castors. (3) £20-40
1359.   Salvatore Ferragamo; A black monogram print canvas shoulder purse, with slim black leather handle, zip fastening, silver tone hardware and interior leather label numbered AU-21-2316, 17cm hig, 32cm wide, with dustbag, £20-30
1360.   A Lizard Skin Handbag, classic style with single loop handle and gilt frame, suede lining; a tan calf leather handbag with ostrich effect finish and matching purse. (2) £20-30
1361.   A 1920's Black Leather Handbag, with Oriental influenced gilt and celluliod closure, a 'telephone dial' powder compact, an 'envelope' style cigarette case, a mirrored vanity compact and a velvet and mink 'rose' corsage. £30-40
1362.   Three Pairs of Ladies Sunglasses, all cased. £15-25
1363.   A c.1920's Diamanté Openwork Skull Cap, together with a similar pearl example. (2) £15-25
1364.   'A Barker of Earls Barton' Tan Leather Handbag, together with a pair of matching 'Ripon' shoes, size 80c. £20-30
1365.   A Pair of Dolce & Gabbana Sunglasses and Two Pairs of Gucci Sunglasses, each in case. (3) £10-20
1366.   Hermes: Garden Party Handbag, in tan Negonda calfskin, with chevron canvas lining, interior pocket and snap closure, 30cm long, 20cm high and 13cm wide. £500-800
1367.   A Pair of Vintage Biba Platform Boots, in navy blue leather with lace up fastening, c.1970, size 6. £20-30
1367A.  A Pair of Early 1970's Mens 'Glam Rock' Platform Boots, in metallic green leather with contrasting beige star detail, purchased in Kings Road London, size 8, heel 10cm high, platform 4cm. £20-30
1368.   Mulberry; Top Handle Roxanne Handbag, in tan leather with bronze hardware, 34cm wide, 'Made in Turkey', significant signs of wear, with dust bag. £20-40
1369.   An Ackery London Grey Leather Handbag, with twin loop handles, four other leather handbags by Jonelle, Suzy Smith etc. (5) £10-20
1370.   A Large Collection of Cotton Short Suits/Playsuits etc. £10-20
1371.   A Michael Kors Brown Leather Handbag/Shoulder Bag, gilt metal stud detail and hardware, twin loop handles and chain and flat leather shoulder strap, inner zipped pocket and side pockets, 32cm wide, 23cm high; a Pollini black suede and leather handbag, a Radley nylon tote bag, three Kipling handbags and a Fiorelli handbag. (7) £30-50
1372.   A Quantity of Vintage Lace Trim, including collars, Edwardian cotton underskirt and bodice, childrens items, embroidered and tatted tablecloths, nightdress cases and a large applied lace panel 330 x 160cm. £30-50
1373.   A Pair of Gina Cream Leather Special Occasion Shoes, with lace inset and matching handbag; Magrit navy suede court shoes and matching clutch bag, Bally burgundy court shoes and matching clutch bag (size 6). £20-30
1374.   Aspinall of London; Navy Croc Effect Leather Laptop Bag, twin handles with silver tone hardware, padded central laptop section and three side pockets, 41cm wide, 32cm high, signs of wear to edges and handles; A YSL grey openweave fabric double sided shoulder bag, with red leather trim, envelope style and a Norris tan leather handbag with wooden handle. (3) £40-60
1375.   Three Pairs of Ladies Renata Shoes and Matching Evening Bags, (size 6), all boxed and with protective bags. £30-40
1376.   A Collection of Ladies Shoes, including Valentina Russo, Sabrina Chic, Salord Jover, Bally etc. (ten pairs and a handbag. £20-30
1377.   A Silver Cross 'Fleur d Lys' Pram, with black body, white/cream trim and wheels. £50-80
1378.   Champagne - Pol Roger Reserve, 150cl, 12.5% Vol., boxed; Pol Roger Vintage Champagne 2008, 75cl, 12.5% Vol., boxed. (2) £70-100
1379.   Whisky - Springbank Campbeltown Single Malt Scotch Whisky 15 Years Old, 1970's bottling, 70cl, 46% Vol., boxed. £500-600
1380.   Whisky - Lagavulin Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 16 Years, 70cl, 43% Vol., boxed. £20-40
1381.   Whisky - Bowmore Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 12 Years, 700ml, 40% Vol., boxed; Aberfeldy Highland Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old, limited bottling, batch number 2905, 700ml, 40% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-40
1382.   Whisky - Glen Moray Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old, in Scotland's Historic Highland Regiments The Argyll And Sutherland Highlanders edition tin, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Glen Orchy Pure Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 8 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol. (2) £20-40
1383.   Whisky - Bell's Scotch Whisky Commemorative Bell Decanters, to commemorate the 60th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the birth of Princess Eugenie and the marriage of prince Andrew to Sarah Ferguson; 75cl, 43% Vol., boxed. (3) £20-40
1384.   Whisky - Glen Moray Single Speyside Malt Scotch Whisky 16 Years Old, in Scotland's Historic Highland Regiments The Black Watch edition tin, 70cl, 40% Vol. £30-50
1385.   Whisky - Bell's Scotch Whisky Bell Decanters, to commemorate the 60th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, (boxed) and the marriage of Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer, unsealed; 75cl, 43% Vol., Plus Another Bell's Bell Decanter, unsealed, 26 2/3 Fl.Ozs., 70d Proof. (3) £20-40
1386.   Whisky - Highland Park 12 year Old Viking Honour Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 700ml, 40% Vol., boxed; Glenmorangie Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged 10 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Aberfeldy Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years, limited bottling batch number 2905, 700ml, 40% Vol., boxed. (3) £40-70
1387.   Bourbon - Jim Beam Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 1L, 40% Vol.; Labrot & Graham Woodford Reserve Distiller's Select Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, batch 308, bottle 415, 70cl, 43.2% Vol.; Wild Turkey Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 70cl, 40.5% Vol. (3) £20-40
1388.   Whisky - Aberfeldy Highland Single Malt Scotch whisky 12 Years Old, limited bottling batch number 2905, 700ml, 40% Vol., boxed; Bushmills Single Malt Irish Whiskey Aged 10 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 15 Years Unique Solera Reserve, 20cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (3) £25-35
1389.   Spirits - Glenfiddich Special Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Glenburn Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Bell's Blended Scotch Whisky Aged 8 Years, 1 Litre, 40% Vol. (3) £20-40
1390.   Spirits - Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 years Old, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Glenfiddich Special Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 12 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; The Famous Grouse Finest Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Drambuie Liqueur; Grand Marnier Liqueur; Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry, 1 Litre, 17.5% Vol.; Glenmorangie Miniature. (7)
£30-50
1391.   Spirits - Glenfiddich Special Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 years Old, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Glenfiddich Special Old Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 years Old, 1 Litre, 40% Vol.; Angostura 1919 Premium Rum Aged 8 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Lamb's Navy Rum, 700ml, 40% Vol., Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry, 1 litre and 75cl; Drambuie and Glenfiddich Miniatures. (8)
£30-50
1392.   Ale - Three boxes of various Assorted Ales, including Bishop's Tipple, Prince of Ales, Randall's of Guernsey, Thwaites, Dudley Castle Ale, Celebration Ales. (63)
£10-20
1393.   Spirits - Aberlour Pure Single Malt Highland Scotch Whisky 10 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Glenfiddich Special Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Angostura 1919 Premium Rum, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Beefeater London Dry Gin, 1 Litre, 40% Vol.; Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry, 75cl, 17.5% Vol. two bottles; Glenfiddich The Single Malt Collection Miniatures, 12, 15, 18 year, boxed. (7) £30-50
1394.   Wines - Codorniu Reserva Vintage Brut Cava 2005, 5 bottles; Codorniu Reserva Brut Cava, 2 bottles; Five Other Wines; John Smith's Ale, 2 bottles; Four Whisky Miniatures. (18)
£10-30
1395.   Mixed - English White Wine Three Choirs, Corte Vigna Chardonnay Delle Venezie, Bats Blood Merlot, Croft Delicado Sherry, Harvey's Sherry, Plymouth Sloe Gin Liqueur, Tio Pepe Sherry, Harvey's Bristol Cream, Harvey's Bristol Cream Choicest Old Full Pale, Chateau de la Grange Muscadet, Black Mountain, Old Redwood Canadian Rye. (12) £20-40
1396.   Spirits - Laurent-Perrier Champagne, Captain Morgan Rum, Gordon's Gin, 1 litre and 70cl, Cinzano, Sandeman Port, Tia Maria 12 1/3 Fl.ozs., Grant's small bottle, Three Bottles of Wine and Sparklinf Miniature, Napoleon Brandy small bottle. (13) £20-40
1397.   Spirits - Benedictine D.O.M., Martini Bianco, Plymouth Gin, Napoleon VSOP Brandy, Gordon's Dry Gin 1 Litre, Bacardi Rum, Beefeater London Dry Gin, Lamb's Navy Rum 350ml, Three Bottles of Wine, Ca'lem Port 20cl. (12) £30-50
1398.   Mixed Wines - A selection of assorted wines, port, mixers:- Three Boxes £20-30
1399.   Whisky - Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distilled At The Macallan Distillery 1971 Aged 23 Years, bottled by Hart Brothers Ltd. Glasgow, a rare vintage bottling, 70cl, 43% Vol. £300-400
1400.   Wines - Victoria Park Pinot Noir Chardonnay, sparkling, 750ml, 12% Vol.; Schlossgraf Extra Dry, sparkling. (2) £5-10
1401.   Champagne - Blaise Lourdez & Fils Brut Champagne. £20-40
1402.   Champagne - Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne 1975. £200-300
1403.   Champagne - Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne 1975. £200-300
1404.   Champagne - Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne 1975. £200-300
1405.   Champagne - Perrier Jouet & Co. Epernay France Extra Dry Reserve Cuvee Champagne 1943, Reserved For Great Britain. £70-90
1406.   Champagne - Heidsieck Extra Dry Champagne 1911. £50-100
1407.   Champagne - Bollinger Special Cuvee Brut Champagne, 75cl, 12% Vol. £20-30
1408.   Port - Warre's Vintage Port 1983, bottled 1985, 75cl. £20-30
1409.   Port - W. & J. Graham's Vintage Port 1983, bottled 1985, 75cl. £20-30
1410.   Wine - 1973 Petrus Pomerol Grand Vin, 73cl. £400-600
1411.   Wine - Corton Marechaudes Grand Cru 1979, 75cl, 13% Vol.; Chateau Franc Grace-Dieu Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 1983, 75cl. (2) £20-40
1412.   Wine - Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1989, 75cl, 12.5% Vol. £20-40
1413.   Spirits - A Collection of Spirit Miniatures, including Bell's, liquores, Chartreuse, Vermouth, rum, brandy, Bushmill's, Devon Mead, ale, etc.; Vieil Anvers Oud Antwerpen Choisi Long Fellow, boxed. £20-40
1414.   Wine - Le Grand Vin De Bordeaux; Chateau La Rose Du Pin Bordeaux 1983, 75cl; Chateau De Predignac Bordeaux Rouge 1982, 70cl; Chateau Faurie-Pascaud Bordeaux 1983, 70cl, 11.5% Vol. In wooden presentation box.
£15-30
1415.   Whisky - Whyte & Mackay De Luxe 12 Years Old Blended Scotch Whisky, to commemorate the marriage of The Prince Of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer 1981, 75cl, 40% Vol. £30-50
1416.   Brandy - Asbach Uralt Brandy, NAAFI Stores for HM Forces to label verso, large 50cm high bottle. £30-50
1417.   Whisky - White Horse Real Old Scotch Whisky, aged in wood bottled 1951, 70d proof, no size mentioned, miniature bottle, original boxed. £30-50
1418.   Gin - Gordon's Special Dry London Gin, 1950's small size bottle with metal spring cap, 70d proof. £30-50
1419.   Whisky - The Macallan Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky Gold Double Cask Limited Edition Presentation Boxed Set, with two branded tumblers, 700ml, 40% Vol. £30-50
1420.   Wine - Gerey Chambertin 1987, 75cl, 13% Vol.; Gevrey Chambertin 1994, 750ml, 13% Vol.; Gigondas 2012, 75cl, 14% Vol. (3) £20-40
1421.   Wines - Robe De Velours 1973, red Loire wine; Chateau A Tour; Lanson Black Label Brut Champagne, 75cl, 12.5% Vol.; Veuve Du Vernay Brut Blanc De Blancs; Sparkling Lambrusco. (5) £20-40
1422.   Port - Kopke Porto 1977, two bottles. £70-90
1423.   Whisky - Glenmorangie Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky Cellar 13, single malt from a single cellar, first fill casks, 1 litre, 43% Vol., boxed; Chivas regal Blended Scotch Whisky 12 years Old, 750ml, 86 Proof, boxed; Cointreau, 70cl, 40% Vol. (3) £20-40
1424.   Wine - Faustino I Reserva 75th Anniversary Edition 2008 Rioja, 75cl, 13.5% Vol. 2 Bottles. £15-20
1425.   Wines - Chateau Mouton Baronne Philippe 1983, en hommage a Pauline Baronne Philip de Rothschild, cru classe Baron Philippe, Pauilac, 75cl.; Grande Tradition Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2004, 75cl, 14% Vol. (2) £20-40
1428.   A Mid to Late XX Century Continental Shaped Wall Mirror, in wooden scrollwork frame, 110 x 67cm. £30-50
1429.   A XIX Century Overmantel, of arched form, in gilt frame with applied cross and ball moulding and pierced scroll cresting, 126cm high, 140cm wide overall. £100-130
1430.   A XIX Century Style Gilt Overmantel Mirror, with scroll decoration, bevelled glass, in stepped shaped base, 143cm high, 165cm wide. £80-120
1431.   A Mid to Late XX Century Rectangular Wall Mirror, in gilt gesso pierced scrollwork frame, with vase cresting, 140 x 89cm overall. £40-60
1432.   A George III Scottish Mahogany Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the painted white dial with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, inscribed "W. Young, Dundee", with arched hood over crossbanded and inlaid trunk door, the base on bracket feet, (no weights) 212cm high. £80-100
1433.   A George III Mahogany Eight-Day Longcase Clock, probably Scottish, the white painted dial with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, stepped pediment with applied carving, arched hood door above crossbanded trunk door, reeded pilasters and plinth base on small bun feet, 224cm high. £100-150
1434.   A Howell & James Late XIX Century Striking Gilt Metal Mantel Clock, of chamfered rectangular form with four turned column and pagoda finial, raised on double bun feet, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 34cm high. £70-100
1435.   A Devon Clocks 'Congreve Rolling Ball' Clock, the centre white enamel dial with Roman numerals flanked by subsidiary dials for days and seconds, with a triple barrel movement stamped "Devon Clocks", number 32 of 500 over a brass runway, the case with triangular pediment with four tapered pillars, contained in a mahogany case with inscribed plaque, with operating instructions, certificate and key, 23cm high. £300-500
1436.   A Mid XX Century Brass Skeleton Clock, with fusée movement, the silvered chapter ring with black Roman numerals, under a glass dome, 28.5cm high overall. £40-50
1437.   An Early XX century French Gilt Metal Three Piece Clock Garniture, the clock inscribed "A. Chapus, Paris" with eight day movement and Roman and Arabic numerals, in a roccoco scroll case, 38.5cm high and a matching pair of four branch candelabra, 33cm high. (3) £250-350
1438.   A Devon Clocks 'Greenwich Meridian' Clock, the ship finial above a gilt and plated terrestrial globe with meridian and equator rings, the silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, raised on double barrel movement supports by three gilt mermaids, number 1482 of a limited edition of 1500, with operating instructions and certificate, 37cm high. £120-180
1439.   A Late XIX Century Eight-Day Mystery Clock, the bronze case cast with a young couple, he climbing on a pillar, the swing pendulum with white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, inscribed 'Oscillator 8 Days Mobile Watch Co.', the base inscribed 'Frainier Fils éd'., 24cm high. £120-180
1440.   An Edwardian Inlaid Mahogany Eight-Day Mantel Clock, central bevelled door flanked by demi-lune fluted columns, the plinth base inlaid with marguetry oval, ivorine dial with Arabic numerals, all on brass ball feet. £50-80
1441.   Mappin & Webb Mantel Clock, with barleytwist sides to oak domed case, 16cm high. £30-50
1442.   A Late XIX Century Gilt Metal Rectangular Mantel Clock, with bevelled glass sides and shaped base, the eight-day movement striking on a bell, double filled mercury pendulum, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and inscribed 'SF 14' and retailers name (rubbed), 36cm high. £120-180
1443.   A Mid XIX Century and Later Brass Skeleton Clock, with fusée movement and striking on a bell, the chapter ring with silvered Roman numerals, under a glass dome, 41cm high overall. £100-150
1446.   A XIX Century Walnut Inlaid Pier Cabinet, with glazed door, two internal shelves, the sides with ormolu mounts, on plinth base, 107cm high, 83cm wide. £150-200
1447.   A XIX Century Walnut Inlaid Cabinet, with three-quarter ormolu gallery to crossbanded top over glazed door, on a plinth base with corner ormolu mounts (one mount missing), 103cm high, 60cm wide. £100-150
1448.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Bow Fronted Shop Display Cabinet, with two internal shelves, 91cm high, 65cm wide. £100-200
1449.   An Early XIX Century Oak Linen Cupboard, with stepped pediment, panel doors, two dummy drawers, two long drawers, on bracket feet (converted), 195cm high, 134cm wide. £80-140
1450.   A Set of Four XIX Century Walnut Chairs, with upholstered backs and seats, on turned and reeded legs, bearing label "John Manuel & Son, Sheffield". £40-60
1451.   A Late XIX Century Ash Nursing Chair, with a cross rail back, shaped arms, caned seat, on turned legs. £40-60
1452.   An Early XX Century Oak Pedestal, with a circular turned bowl, raised on turned pedestal and square base and swept feet, 94cm high. £30-50
1453.   A XIX Century Style Chaise Longue, upholstered in a cream damask, on turned legs with brass castors, 162cm long. £50-100
1454.   A Late XVIII Century Oak Boocase, with stepped pediment, panelled doors, fitted shelves, on bracket feet, 120cm wide. £30-50
1455.   A Wine Cabinet, with moulded edge, twin bevelled glazed doors, eight internal sliding shelves over a long drawer, on turned supports, 134cm high, 105cm wide. £100-200
1456.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with cushion drawer above two small and three long drawers, turned and block supports on a plinth base, 129cm high, 134cm wide. £150-200
1457.   A Late XVIII Century Oak and Mahogany Bureau, with blind fretwork, fitted interior, fall front over four graduated drawers, on bracket feet, 112cm wide. £60-100
1458.   A 1920's Jacobean Style Oak Sideboard, with low back, twin drawers flanked by cupboard doors, on turned legs, 153cm wide. £30-50
1459.   A Pair of XIX Century Oak Hall Chairs, with shaped and carved back, shaped seat, on turned and reeded legs. £30-50
1460.   A 1920's Oak Bookcase, with stepped and rope twist top, twin leaded glazed doors, on barley twist legs, 108cm wide. £40-60
1461.   An Early XX Century Oak Bureau Bookcase, with leaded glazed doors, fall front, fitted interior, three long drawers on bracket feet. £40-60
1462.   A XIX Century Mahogany Wardrobe, with stepped cornice, twin panelled doors with internal drawers, on a plinth base, 212cm high, 152cm wide. £100-200
1463.   An Early XX Century Oak Drop Leaf Dining Table, with semi circular carved leaf decoration to oval bordered top, on barley twist supports. £30-50
1464.   A Set of Six (Four Single and Two Carver) Oak Rail Back Dining Chairs, with barley twist supports. £60-90
1465.   A XIX Century Mahogany Occasional Table, with oval top, reeded edge, on turned pedestal with splayed supports (reduced), 73cm high, 100cm wide. £40-60
1466.   A Set of Six William IV Rosewood Dining Chairs, with rectangular top rail, drop-in seats, on turned and reeded legs. £80-100
1467.   A George III Style Mahogany ''D' End Pedestal Table, on turned pedestals with swept legs (extra leaf), 220cm wide. £40-80
1468.   A Set of Seven XIX Century Mahogany Dining Chairs, with shaped centre rail, upholstered seats, on turned legs (one damaged). (7) £100-150
1469.   A XIX Century Mahogany Framed Footstool, with floral needlework upholstered top, cushion shaped support, on squat cabriole legs (damages), 103 x 68cm. £100-150
1470.   A XIX Century Ash and Mahogany Pedestal Table, with rectangular top, turned pedestal, on shaped legs, 73cm high, 85cm wide. £30-50
1471.   A Pair of Early XIX Century Rosewood Dining Chairs, with rectangular bar back and central rail with applied brass decoration, drop-in seats, on sabre legs with applied gilded mounts. £20-40
1472.   A XIX Century Rosewood Serpentine Shaped Card Table, with fold-over top, moulded edge, baized interior, bulbous reeded pedestal, on carved cabriole legs, 73cm high, 92cm wide. £100-200
1473.   A XIX Century Mahogany Side Table, with crossbanded top, boxwood stringing and single drawer, on tapering legs, 77cm high, 99cm wide. £40-80
1474.   A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Fold-Over Tea Table, with crossbanded top, single central and two dummy drawers, on tapering reeded legs, 73cm high, 90cm wide. £50-100
1475.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top, turned pedestal on cabriole legs with pad feet, 67cm high, 47.5cm diameter. £50-80
1476.   A George III Mahogany Chest of Drawers, the top with moulded edge (damaged), over four long drawers, on bracket feet, 77cm high, 94cm wide. £50-100
1477.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Tea Table, with fold-over top, single drawer, on square chamfered legs, 73cm high, 88cm wide. £30-50
1478.   A XIX Century Mahogany Extending Dining Table, with rounded moulded border on turned legs. £20-40
1479.   A XIX Century Walnut Spoon Back Nursing Chair, with brown leather back and seat, serpentine front rail, on turned and reeded legs. £40-80
1480.   A Jack Grimble of Cromer Burr Oak (Clover) Coffee Table, with three circular tops united by stretchers, on splayed legs (makers engraved name to underside). £150-200
1481.   A George IV Style Mahogany Dressing Table, with central drawer, flanking drawers, on square legs, 74cm high, 75cm wide. £30-50
1482.   A George III Mahogany Chest, with four long drawers, on bracket feet, 82cm high, 96cm wide. £100-150
1483.   An Early XVIII Century Joined Oak Side Table, the top with a moulded edge and single drawer, on turned and block supports, 69cm high, 94cm wide. £40-80
1484.   An XVIII Century Stye Mahogany Chest of Drawers, the top with moulded edge, four long drawers, on ogee feet, 75cm high, 70cm wide. £60-100
1485.   A George III Mahogany Side Table, with moulded edge, single drawer and shaped apron on tapering legs, 72cm high, 90cm wide. £30-50
1486.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, with hooped back, pierced splat and rail supports, on turned legs united by 'H' stretcher. £50-100
1487.   A XIX Century Yew Wood Windsor Chair, with hooped back, rail supports, pierced splat, elm seat, on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £150-250
1488.   A Mid XVIII Century Yew Wood Gothic Style Windsor Chair, (possibly Thames Valley) with pierced splat, shaped arms and elm seat, on cabriole legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £500-800
1489.   A XIX Century Yew Wood Windsor Chair, with hooped back, pierced splat and rail supports, elm seat, on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher (damage to bottom splat). £120-180
1490.   A XIX Century Yew Wood Windsor Chair, with hooped back, rail supports, crook arm supports, elm seat, on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £150-200
1491.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, with hooped back, pierced splat and rail supports, on turned front legs united by 'H' stretcher. £100-150
1492.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, with hooped back, pierced splat and rail supports, on turned legs united by 'H' stretcher. £50-100
1493.   A Late XIX Century Indian Hardwood Side Chair, profusely carved and pierced, with drop-in seat, the scroll legs carved at the front with animal heads. £200-400
1494.   A XIX Century Style Mahogany Wind-Out Table, with moulded edge, on turned legs (two extra leaves), 73cm high, 256cm wide (extended). £100-200
1495.   A Set of Eight George III Style Mahogany Dining Chairs, four single and two carver, with rail backs, drop-in seats and tapering legs on spade feet. £50-100
1496.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with four drawer, on bracket feet, 92cm high, 76cm wide. £100-150
1497.   A XIX Century William IV Mahogany Rectangular Draw Leaf Dining Table, with moulded edge on turned and reeded legs (three extra leaves), 232cm diameter with leaves. £200-300
1498.   A Set of Six XVIII Century Mahogany Dining Chair, with pierced splats and drop-in seats, with chamfered legs. £100-200
1499.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Chest Of Drawers, with four long drawers, on bracket feet (repair to back leg), 91cm high, 90cm wide. £60-100
1500.   A Late XVII Century Joined Oak Coffer, with three panelled top, carved frieze, on stile feet, 57cm high, 105cm wide. £100-150
1501.   A XVII Century Joined Oak Blanket Box, with four panel top and base with marquetry inlay, on stile feet, 60cm high, 140cm wide. £100-200
1502.   An Early XIX Century Oak Blanket Box, with hinged top, two small drawers, on reduced bracket feet, 63cm high, 100cm wide. £60-100
1503.   A XVII Century Joined Oak Blanket Box, with panelled top, carved patera frieze, iron lock plate, five arched panelled base with applied flanking carved figures, on stile feet, 161cm wide. £200-300
1504.   A XVII Century Oak Coffer, with iron hinges to four panelled top, three panelled fascia and back, on stile feet, 133cm wide. £80-120
1505.   A Walnut Bedside Chest, the top with moulded edge, two small drawers, open shelves, on bracket feet, 68cm high, 49cm wide. £25-45
1506.   A George III Mahogany Bureau, with fall front, fitted interior over four long drawers, on bracket feet (replaced back boards), 100cm high, 92cm wide. £50-100
1507.   A George III Mahogany Inlaid Breakfronted Sideboard, with crossbanded top, central drawers flanking cupboard doors, on tapering legs with spade feet, 92cm high, 166.5cm wide. £100-200
1508.   A Late XIX Century Oak Side Table, with moulded edge, two small drawers with scroll and lion mask head decoration, on entwined barleytwist and block supports united by 'H' stretcher, with turned finials,m 83cm high, 143cm wide. £60-100
1509.   A George III Mahogany Bow Fronted Chest of Drawers, with crossbanded top, three long drawers, on bracket feet, 95cm high, 97cm wide. £100-150
1510.   A XIX Century Kingwood and Gilt Metal Mounted Bureau Plat, with crossbanded top, leather insert, two frieze drawers and opposing dummy drawers, on cabriole legs, 77cm high, 107cm wide. £200-300
1511.   An XVIII Century Elm Corner Chair, with low back, shaped arms, pierced splat and solid seat, on square chamfered legs. £30-50
1512.   A XIX Century Mahogany Elbow Chair, with rectangular top rail, shaped arms, drop in seat, on turned legs. £20-40
1513.   Three XIX Century Walnut Salon Chairs, with 'C' scroll and shell carved decoration, upholstered seats, on cabriole legs. (3) £20-40
1514.   A Mid XVIII Century Joined Oak Dresser, the rack with two shelves, base with three small drawers over twin arched panel doors, on stile feet, 189cm high, 139cm wide. £300-400
1515.   An Early XIX Century Bow Fronted Chest of Drawers, with crossbanded top and four long drawers, on bracket feet, 105cm wide. £80-120
1516.   Two XIX Century Giltwood Salon Chairs, with upholstered seats and reeded legs. £20-30
1517.   A Set of Three XIX Century Rosewood Salon Chairs, with 'C' scroll top rail, shaped centre rail and upholstered seats on cabriole legs. £30-50
1518.   A XIX Century Mahogany Bookcase, with stepped pediment and upper glazed doors, the base with two small drawers over twin panelled cupboard doors, on plinth base, 210cm high, 128cm wide. £80-100
1519.   An Early XIX Century Oak Dresser, the rack with three open shelves, the base with moulded edge, three upper drawers over two smaller drawers and arched cupboard doors, on turned and block supports with pot board, 140cm wide. £300-400
1520.   A George III Style Occasional Table, with quarter veneered top, two small drawers, on splayed legs with undertier, 68cm high, 29.5cm wide. £30-50
1521.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top, turned pedestal, on cabriole legs and pad feet, 71cm high, 55cm diameter. £30-50
1522.   A Set of Three Mid XVIII Century Mahogany Dining Chairs, with pierced splats and drop-in seats on cabriole legs. £20-40
1523.   A XIX Century Mahogany Sideboard, the back with 'C' scroll decoration, the base with two small drawers over twin panelled doors, on a plinth base. £50-100
1524.   A Late XIX Century Chinese Cabinet, possibly elm, with four small drawers over cupboard doors with all-over brass mounts and lock plates, on square shaped legs, 107cm high, 111cm wide. £200-300
1525.   A XIX Century Chinese Hardwood Armchair, with inlaid mother of pearl and with marble inserts to the back and arms, on square legs. £200-300