Antique & Fine Art Auction
on Friday 20th March 2020

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1000.   A Geoffrey Baxter (1922-1995) For Whitefriars 'Drunken Bricklayer' Vase, in meadow green glass, c.1970, pattern number 9673, 22cm high. £180-220
1001.   A Geoffrey Baxter (1922-1995) For Whitefriars 'Cello' Vase, in tangerine glass, c.1967, pattern number 9675, 18cm high. £150-200
1002.   A Geoffrey Baxter (1922-1995) For Whitefriars 'Sunburst' Vase, in pewter glass, c.1969, pattern number 9677, 15cm high. £150-200
1003.   A John Ditchfield for Glasform Iridescent Gold Baluster Form Vase, decorated with stylised purple leaf motifs, etched mark J. Ditchfield, Glasform, 1341, 40cm high £40-60
1004.   A John Ditchfield for Glasform Green Iridescent Circular Lily Pad, mounted with a hallmarked silver frog, etched mark J. Ditchfield, Glasform, paper label, 11cm diameter; A John Ditchfield for Glasform Iridescent Blue Face Paperweight, etched mark J. Ditchfield, Glasform, paper label, 9.5cm long. (2) £100-150
1005.   John Ditchfield for Glasform Purple Iridescent Glass Circular Lily Pad, mounted with two silver hallmarked frogs, etched signature, paper label 01253, 13cm diameter. £90-120
1006.   John Ditchfield for Glasform Purple Pink Iridescent Glass Circular Bowl, with inverted rim, etched mark Glasform BP 15, 11cm diameter. £30-50
1007.   A John Ditchfield for Glasform Iridescent Purple Glass Frog Paperweight, paper label, 10cm high. £50-80
1008.   A W.M.F. Glass Claret Jug, the silver plated mounts and cover cast with stylised scrollwork, clear fluted tapered body, impressed marks, 31cm high. £80-120
1009.   A Daum Nancy Art Deco Blue, Clear and Frosted Glass Vase, of compressed globular form, decorated in a geometric chevron design, signed Daum, Nancy, France, 29cm diameter. £300-500
1010.   A Pair of Legras Cameo Glass Vases, of elongated bottle shape, decorated in red with stylised fountains on a frosted ground, signed, 38cm high. (2) £250-350
1011.   A Legras Cameo Glass Vase, of globular form with short over curved neck, decorated in red with berries and foliage on a frosted ground, signed, 23cm high. £200-300
1012.   A Gallé Cameo Glass Vase, of baluster form with short frilled neck, decorated in orange with honeysuckle on a frosted ground, signed, 14cm high. £300-500
1013.   A Legras Cameo Glass Vase, of bottle shape, decorated in red with trailing foliage on a frosted ground, signed, 22.5cm high. £150-200
1014.   A Daum Nancy Glass Bowl, of fluted circular form, decorated in a mottled blue, white and purple design, etched mark, 12cm high. £80-120
1015.   A Legras Cameo Glass vase, of tapered form, decorated with trees in a landscape on a frosted ground, signed, 21cm high. £100-200
1016.   A Heavy Monart Style Glass Vase, of tapered form, with pink and blue inclusions, unmarked, 24cm high. £40-60
1017.   A Pair of Legras Cameo Glass Vases, the bulbous bases with cylindrical sides, decorated with trees in snowy landscapes, signed, 7cm high. (2) £100-150
1018.   A Daum Nancy Cameo Glass Bowl, of compressed bulbous form, decorated with scrolling stylised thistles and foliage, gilt mark, 8cm diameter; Another, signed 'Jem', 15cm high. (2) £50-80
1019.   A Devez Cameo Glass Vase, of tapered bottle form, decorated with a cottage in a river landscape amongst foliage, signed, 18.5cm high. £60-80
1020.   A French Cameo Glass Vase, of lobed form, decorated with trees in a river landscape against a yellow ground, unsigned, incised 732, 16.5cm high. £60-80
1021.   A Muller Freres Luneville Cameo Glass Vase, of cylindrical form with bulbous base, decorated with trees in a landscape, signed, 31cm high. £70-100
1022.   A French Cameo Glass Vase, of tapered cylindrical form with fluted neck and bulbous base, decorated with a figure in a snowy wooded landscape, unsigned, 28cm high; A Mottled Orange Vase, with gilt geometric trailing border, signed indistinctly, 34cm high. (2) £70-100
1023.   A Devez Cameo Glass Vase, of cylindrical form with bulbous neck, decorated with a Venetian scene of gondoliers between pillars hung with flowers, signed, 27cm high. £70-100
1024.   A French Glass Circular Bowl, with brown inclusions on a turquoise ground, inset into a metal pedestal stand, elaborately cast with fruiting vines, unmarked, 25cm diameter, 23cm high. £50-80
1025.   A Late XIX Century Glass Nailsea Rolling Pin, decorated in trailing white and blue scrolls, 34cm long. £30-40
1026.   A Set of Six Murano Salviati Style Wine Glasses, in ruby, the bell shaped bowls decorated in gilt with XVIII Century figures on terraces within beadwork, raised on clear and gilt dolphin stems and circular ruby bases with gilt scrollwork and beading, 14cm high. (6) £70-100
1027.   A Late XIX Century Green Glass Dump, with floral inset, 9cm high; Another, 6cm high and a further example, with tear drop insets, 9.5cm high. (3) £40-60
1028.   A Cut Glass Decanter and Stopper, of rectangular form, with shaped silver collar, hallmarked for Sheffield 1934 by Walker & Hall, 24cm high (stopper chipped) £20-30
1029.   A 1930s/40s Istvan Komaromy Glass Figure, the opaque white nude dancing girl standing on a combed globe and circular base, 16.5cm high. £30-50
1030.   A Gabriel Argy-Rousseau Amber Glass Vase, of 'U' shape, decorated with a band of gilt elephants and overlaid with a band of teardrops in black against a green ground, signed, 15cm high. £80-120
1031.   A Lalique Clear Glass Ring Tree, the central part frosted female figure holding a posy of flowers, upon a dished circular base, stencilled mark "R. Lalique, France", 12cm high. £60-80
1032.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Opaque Glass Vases, of baluster form, painted with birds perched amongst bamboo and fruiting foliage against a pale green ground, 32.5cm high. (2) £40-60
1033.   An Art Nouveau Glass Claret Jug, with pewter cover and base, pierced with stylised motifs, 30cm high; An Amber Glass Bottle, possibly XVIII Century, 21cm high; A Green Globular Fluted Glass Vase, 10cm high. (3) £30-50
1034.   A Pair of Art Nouveau Loetz Style Glass Vases, of compressed globular form with elongated bodies and bulbous necks, decorated in candia papillon finish, 22cm high. (2) £60-80
1035.   Fabergé Grace de Monaco Perfume Atomiser, in a handcrafted flacon and stopper by Compeignie des Crystalleries de St Louis, with certificate numbered 315, in fitted case (bottle empty). £50-100
1036.   A Set of Six Waterford Crystal 'Lismore' Pattern Hock Glasses, raised on circular star cut bases, 18.5cm high; A Set of Six Waterford Crystal 'Alana' Pattern Wine Glasses, raised on plain circular bases, 14.5cm high and a Waterford small mantel clock, 5.5cm high.(13) £50-80
1039.   A Royal Doulton Character Jug 'The Fortune Teller', designed by Garry Sharpe, introduced 1959, withdrawn 1967, 17cm high. £30-50
1040.   A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Candlesticks, decorated in Imari pattern 2451, the shaped square bases moulded with dolphins, date codes for 1976 and 1978, 26.5cm high. (2) £250-350
1041.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Single Handled Ewer, of flattened pear shaped form raised on a fluted oval base, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1981, 25.5cm high. £100-150
1042.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Oval Two-Handled Urn and Cover, raised on a shaped oval foot, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1981, 18cm long. £60-80
1043.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Pedestal Two-Handled Ovoid Vase, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, raised on a shaped square foot, 30.5cm high. £100-150
1044.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Cake Plate, of circular form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1986, 28cm diameter; A Pair of Matching Octagonal Plates, date code for 1989, 22cm diameter. (3) £50-80
1045.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Tall Hexagonal Vase, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, 11cm high; A Matching Lobed Ovoid Vase, with moulded shoulders, date code for 1982, 9.5cm high. (2) £60-90
1046.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Bell, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1982, 12cm high; A Royal Crown Derby Imari Pattern 1128 Tapered Mug, date code for 1988, 9.5cm high; A Matching Teacup and Saucer, date code for 1970. (4) £50-80
1047.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Imari Millennium Globe Clock, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, raised on a shaped square base, Made for Sinclair's, number 525 of a limited edition of 1000, 1998, 18.5cm high, boxed. £180-220
1048.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Dragon Paperweight, decorated in Imari pattern, date code for 1988, gold stopper, 11.5cm high, boxed; A Royal Crown Derby One Hundred Royal Years, limited edition of 1990, 11.5cm high, gold stopper, boxed. (2) £50-70
1049.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Egg and Stand, with gold stopper, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1990, 14cm high, boxed. £40-60
1050.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Mantel Clock, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1992, 10cm high, boxed. £40-60
1051.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Vase, of lobed pear shaped form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1995, 17cm high, boxed. £50-80
1052.   A Beswick Pottery Galloway Bull Silver Dun, designed by Arthur Greddington, issued 1962-69, model 1746C, printed mark, 18cm long. £250-350
1053.   Fourteen Shorter & Son Pottery D'Oyly Carte Operatic Character Figure Jugs, comprising Pirate King, Don Alhambra, Pooh-Bah, Sir Joseph Porter, Duke of Plaza, Little Buttercup, Jack Point, Katisha, Major General, Pirate Maid, Duck Deadeye, Mikado, Ko-Ko and Duchess of Plaza, printed and painted marks, modellers signatures, 9-12.5cm high. (14) £150-250
1054.   A Shelley Porcelain Part Tea Service, of Queen Anne shape, printed and painted with floral sprays within scrolling border, printed marks, Rd. 723404, 52129, comprising bread and butter plate, milk jug, sugar bowl, five teacups, six saucers, six side plates. (20) £50-80
1055.   A Crown Ducal Pottery Part Dinner Service, decorated in the 'Orange Tree' pattern, printed marks, comprising three graduated meat dishes, two vegetable tureens and covers, sauce tureen, cover and stand, bowl, sauce boat, twelve dinner plates, ten dessert plates and ten side plates. (44) £200-300
1056.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Clematis' pattern on a shaded blue ground, impressed marks, signed in green, paper label, 26cm high. £200-300
1057.   A Beswick Pottery Model of a Trout, on a shaped oval green base, impressed and printed marks, shape number 2066, 20cm high. £20-30
1058.   Four Royal Worcester Porcelain Flat Handled Jugs, the blush and old ivory grounds printed and painted with floral sprays, gilt handles, shape number 1094, various dates 1889-1903, 10.5 - 18cm high. (4) £50-80
1059.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Basketwork Blush Ivory Jug, applied with a lizard, shape number 1714, date code for 1917, 15cm high; A Royal Worcester Tapered Jug, with antler handle, printed and painted with floral sprays, 15cm high and two other Royal Worcester jugs (one with restored handle). (4) £50-80
1060.   A Collection of Nine Mid/Late XIX Century Pottery Relief Moulded Pottery Jugs, including a Ridgway jug moulded with a tavern and a hunting scene, impressed marks, 12cm high, a jug moulded with the Apostles, 22cm high and another hung with game etc. (9) £60-80
1061.   A Mid XIX Century Parian Porcelain Model of The Three Graces, one with flowers in her lap, all seated on rocks, unmarked, 25cm high. £40-60
1062.   A Staffordshire Mid XIX Century Flatback Figure of 'Garibaldi', standing beside a cannon and flag, on a titled oval base, 32cm high; A Staffordshire Flatback of Wellington, 34cm high; A Staffordshire Figure of Napoleon, 20cm high and a pearlware bust of an XVIII Century gentleman in a pink jacket, 19.5cm high. (4) £40-60
1063.   A Pilkington's Royal Lancastrian Pottery Vase, designed by Gladys Rodgers, of globular form with short neck, decorated in a matt glaze with green roundels within stylised border, on a mottled grey ground, artists monogram, impressed marks, 19.5cm high £60-80
1064.   A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Model of a 'Kingfisher Holding a Fish', model no. 2257, modelled by Peter Herold, printed and painted marks; Two Others, 'Pair of Kingfishers', model no. 1769 and 'Kingfisher', a model of a seagull and two dishes. (6) £60-80
1065.   A Cauldon Porcelain Part Coffee Service, the borders decorated in gilt and black with a Greek key pattern design, comprising six coffee cups and saucers, in a fitted case. £30-50
1066.   A Pair of Royal Worcester Miniature Mr and Mrs Punch Toby Jugs, shape number 2831 and 2841, 4cm high; A Scent Bottle, painted with blue flowers, white metal stopper, 5.5cm high, a lipstick holder, a miniature silver mounted prayer book and a cinnabar lacquer Chinese box and cover. (6) £20-30
1067.   A Pair of Moorcroft Pottery Vases, of baluster form, painted in the Pomegranate pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, signed in green, 18.5cm high (one chipped). (2) £250-300
1068.   A Coalport Porcelain Part Tea Service, decorated in the 'Batwing' pattern of panels of floral sprays within dark blue and gilt grounds, printed marks, comprising one bread and butter plate, milk jug, sugar bowl, six side plates, a breakfast cup and saucer, five saucers and six tea cups. (22) £60-80
1069.   A Pair of Early XIX Century Derby Porcelain Pot Pourri Bowls, (lacking covers), the compressed campana shaped bodies with pierced rims and mask terminals, raised on paw feet and shaped square bases, red crowned 'D' marks, 9.5cm high. (2) £50-80
1070.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Two Handled Ovoid Vase and Cover, painted with pink roses, pattern number 2712, date code for 1921, 14.5cm high. £50-80
1071.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Caché Pot, of fluted 'U' shaped form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1998, 15cm high. £60-80
1072.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Two Handled Oval Tureen and Cover, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1986, 31cm long. £100-150
1073.   A Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian Pottery Vase, of ovoid form with short neck, the matt ground painted in green and grey with leaping antelopes between poplar trees, impressed marks, 41, 27.5cm high. £60-80
1074.   A Royal Doulton Stoneware Vase, of baluster form, moulded with pink flowers against a mottled blue ground, impressed marks, 25.5cm high; Another, designed by Christine Abbot, with green flowers, impressed mark, 20.5cm high. (2) £30-50
1075.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Sucrier and Cover, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1978, 9cm high and a matching hexagonal vase, 11.5cm high. (2) £50-80
1076.   A Dulwich Pottery Figure in the Manner of Charles Vyse, modelled in the form of a putti and a cockerel, on a naturalistic mound base, monogram for Jessamine S. Bray and Sybil V. Williams, dated 1930, painted marks, 6cm high. £40-60
1077.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Tea Service, decorated in the 'Royal Antoinette' pattern with swags of flowers within gilt dot and line borders, various dates 1980/90's, comprising teapot and cover, coffee pot and cover, two bread and butter plates, milk jug and sugar bowl. tea strainer. small dish, eight tea cups, saucers and side plates. (34) £300-500
1078.   A Coalport Porcelain Dinner and Tea Service, decorated in the 'Lady Anne' pattern with tooled gilt decoration against a cream ground, printed marks, comprising three vegetable tureens and covers, two graduated meat dishes, two gravy boats and stands, twelve dinner plates, twelve soup bowls, twelve dessert plates, twelve side plates, sugar bowl, eight cups and saucers. £150-250
1079.   A Flight, Barr and Barr Worcester Porcelain Trio and Matching Two-Handled Boat Shaped Sucrier, all painted in a chinoiserie Imari pattern of birds amongst flowering shrubs by a fence, the saucer with impressed marks. (4) £100-150
1080.   A Pair of Early XX Century Green Jasperware Pottery Circular Plaques, moulded in relief with classical scenes of chariots, mounted in velvet and gilt frames, 15cm diameter. (2) £30-50
1081.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Cabinet Plate, the centre painted with a spray of summer flowers within a border of classical urns and lyres between gilt swags, date code for 1913, 22.5cm diameter; A Derby Imari Pattern Sauce Tureen (cracked) and Cover, and two Royal Crown Derby paperweights, 'Tortoise' and ' Lamb', both with stoppers. (5) £40-60
1082.   A Mason's Patent Ironstone China Rectangular Dish and Two Matching Shell Shaped Dishes, decorated in the Imari palette with bowls of flowering shrubs, impressed marks, 28cm and 24cm long; A Mason's Tobacco Leaf Meat Dish, another, a large soup tureen, cover and stand, four Ironstone plates and a soup bowl. (13) £70-100
1083.   A Mid XIX Century Parian Group of Two Chrubs Beside a Globe, upon a floral encrusted rocky base, incised N43, possibly Derby, 11cm high, and a gilt metal centrepiece (lacking the central bowl) the trefoil base mounted with three Parian cherubs, 18.5cm. (2) £40-60
1084.   A Meissen Early XX Century Porcelain Cabinet Cup and Saucer, elaborately encrusted and decorated with flowers, crossed swords mark; A Sevres Style Cabinet Plate, with central cherubs within a bleu celeste border with floral panels, 23cm diameter (chipped), two pairs of Continental figurines and a two-handled pierced German basket. (8) £50-80
1085.   Three Mason's Patent Ironstone China Hydra Jugs, with serpent handles and decorated in the Imari palette with floral designs, printed marks, 9 - 16cm high; A Pair of Mason's Mugs, similarly decorated, an Amherst Japan jug and a Real Stone China jug. (7) £30-50
1086.   An Early XIX Century Coalbrookdale Style Porcelain Basket, of shaped oval form elaborately painted and encrusted with flowers, 22cm long; Another Similar, against a blue ground, 17.5cm long and a German circular pierced footed dish. (3) £40-60
1087.   A Pair of Mid XIX Century Davenport Porcelain Candlesticks, painted with floral sprays within scrolling gilt borders, printed marks, 28cm high; A Davenport Jug, decorated in the Imari palette with a chinoiserie scene of pagodas and flowering shrubs, printed mark, 16cm high and a mid XIX Century perfume bottle and stopper, painted with floral sprays against a dark blue ground. (5) £40-60
1088.   A Bloor Derby Porcelain Kidney Shaped Dish, painted in panels with floral sprays within a gilt decorated dark blue ground, printed mark, 25cm long; A Cabinet Plate, painted with colourful spring flowers within a pale blue, white and gilt border, 23cm diameter, a saucer dish painted with floral panels and a Derby floral plate and matching bowl. (5) £40-60
1089.   A Noritake Porcelain Coffee Service, the burnt orange ground decorated in gilt and black with panels of flowers, scrolls and swags, printed marks, comprising; coffee pot and cover, sucrier and cover, cream jug, six coffee cups and saucers, and six silver and yellow enamel coffee spoons, in a fitted case retailed by Alex Clark Co Ltd. £60-80
1090.   A Pair of Derby Porcelain Figures of Welsh Taylor and His Wife, each riding on a goat upon rocky oval scroll bases, impressed marks, 13cm high (restored). £30-50
1091.   A Late XIX Century German Bisque Porcelain Figural Garniture, decorated in shades of blue and gilt, the central shell bowl raised on a scrolling oval base and applied with maiden and cherubs, 29.5cm high and a pair of figurines standing beside doves on clouds, 30cm high. (3) £100-150
1092.   A Bernard Moore Pottery Bottle Vase, decorated in a streaked red glaze, BM initials to base, 21cm high; Another Lustre Bottle Vase, unmarked, 17cm high. (2) £50-80
1093.   A Mid XIX Century Sunderland Lustre Jug, printed and overpainted in panels with a central poem 'Success to Sailors' and 'Success to the Shipping Trade Commerce and Industry', within a pink lustre ground, 21cm high. £70-100
1094.   A Derby Porcelain Inkwell, of single handled circular form, with central inkwell surrounded by five pen holes, the dark blue ground decorated in gilt within scrolling foliage, printed mark, 14cm diameter. £30-50
1095.   A Quantity of XIX Century Imari Pattern Porcelain Tea Wares, to include a teapot, cover and stand, side plate, sucrier and cover, two milk jugs, sugar bowl, coffee can and two saucers. (A lot) £30-50
1096.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Dinner Plates, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date codes for 1979-83, 26cm diameter. (3) £50-80
1097.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Dessert Plates, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date codes for 1982-83, 21.5cm diameter. (3) £30-50
1098.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Plate, of fluted circular form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1983, 22cm diameter; A Matching Pin Dish, date code for 1979, 10.5cm diameter. (2) £50-80
1099.   A Large Goldscheider Pottery Figure of a Grecian Maiden, seated on rocks holding an urn, signed E. Tell, impressed factory mark, 3703, 22,7 Fabrique En Autriche, 60cm high. £200-300
1100.   A Suffragette 'Votes For Women' Porcelain Model of a Seated Cat, decorated in a blue/grey glaze, as ribbon tied around it's neck, the oval base with inscription, 8cm high. £50-80
1101.   A Royal Doulton 'Blue Children' Porcelain Vase, of slender ovoid form, the children playing hide and seek in a wooded landscape, printed mark, 27cm high; A Similar Plate, decorated with a girl holding a basket, 22.5cm diameter. (2) £40-60
1102.   A Robinson and Leadbetter Parian Bust of Lord Byron, on a rectangular base, impressed marks, 8cm high; A Parian Figure of James Watt, 25cm high. (2) £30-50
1103.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Small Circular Dish, painted with ripening fruit on a mossy woodland bank, signed indistinctly, date code for 1956, 7cm diameter; A Royal Worcester Porcelain Match Holder, of oval form painted B. Cox, signed with ripening fruit against a mossy woodland bank, date code for 1954, 6.5cm high. (2) £60-80
1104.   A Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Egyptian Revival Teapot and Cover, with applied central band to the tapered body, impressed marks, 15cm high, a beaker, mug and jar (lacking cover); together with a Doulton Lambeth 'Iranian' ware jug, 17cm high. (10) £40-60
1105.   A Royal Doulton Stoneware Tobacco Jar and Cover, the part ribbed cylindrical body with central motto 'When All Things Were Made None Was Made.....", designed by Ethel Beard, impressed marks, 16cm high; Four Other Doulton Tobacco Jars and Covers, all with applied decoration, 12-18cm high. (5) £40-60
1106.   A Collection of Twenty-One Doulton Stoneware Jugs, Tankards, Cruets, Salts etc, each with applied decoration, silver plated salt and mustard spoons, two pairs of silver sugar tongs. (A lot) £60-80
1107.   Seven Doulton Stoneware Salts, one inscribed "Cerebos Salt", two glass salts, six small Doulton stoneware jugs, a three handled tyg and five other pieces. (A lot) £40-60
1108.   A Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Teacup and Saucer, with plain darker brown band, impressed marks and dated 1879; A Collection of Twenty-Six Miniature Doulton Stoneware Items, including tygs, jugs, tankards etc. some with applied decoration. (28) £50-80
1109.   A Collection of Nine Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Jugs, each with applied decoration of hunting and tavern scenes, two with pewter swing covers, impressed marks, 15 - 21cm high. (9) £60-80
1110.   A Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Jug, of tapered form, moulded with flowerheads, impressed marks, dated 1875, 20cm high; A Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Jug, moulded in panels with monks, impressed marks, 18cm high, a tankard and six jugs. (9) £50-80
1111.   A Royal Doulton Stoneware Teapot and Cover, with silver plated mount, applied with a hunting scene, impressed marks, 13cm high, two other similar teapots and one cover and five coffee, hot water pot, three with covers. (A lot) £20-30
1112.   A Collection of XVIII/XIX Century Teawares, to include mainly New Hall and Chinese tea bowls, jugs. sugar bowl, saucer dish etc. painted with floral designs. (26) £30-50
1113.   A Collection of XVIII/XIX Century Teawares, to include mainly Worcester and Chinese tea cups, coffee cups and saucers, mug, bowls etc. painted in blue with Chinoiserie, exotic birds, flowers etc. £40-60
1114.   A Collection of XIX Century Mainly English Teawares, to include tea cups, coffee can and saucers, a Chinese coffee cup and saucer painted with a landscape scene, a French plate decorated with exotic birds etc. (A lot) £30-40
1115.   A Rosenthal Porcelain Model of a Naked Boy Riding Capricorn, by Ferdinand Liebermann (1883-1941), upon a stepped circular base, printed mark, 31cm high; A Rosenthal Model of a Naked Boy and a Faun, printed marks, 14cm high. (2) £80-120
1116.   A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Vase, by Hans Henrik Hansen (Master Modeller 1926-1960), of cylindrical form, moulded with a band of naked figures, printed and painted marks, shape/model number 4121, artist's monogram, 30cm high. £80-120
1117.   A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Vase, of waisted cylindrical form, painted with flowers against a white ground, printed and painted marks, shape/model number 727/232, 91, 32.5cm high; A Matching Smaller Vase, 13.5cm high. (2) £40-60
1118.   A Large Meissen Porcelain Late XIX/Early XX Century Model of Count Bruhl's Tailor, after the model by J.J. Kandler, seated upon a goat, in floral decorated costume with tailors accoutrements, the scissors hung from the goat's horns, blue crossed swords marks, 43cm high, 38cm long. £5000-7000
1121.   A Late XIX Century Canton Ivory Card Case, of rectangular form with lift-off cover, elaborately carved with figures, one on horseback, amongst buildings and boats, 10cm high. £100-150
1122.   A Japanese Late XIX Century Ivory Figure, carved as a gentleman, his left leg resting on a tree stump, carrying a basket of fruit, upon a naturalistic rocky oval base, signed, 19cm high. £70-100
1123.   A Japanese Late XIX Century Carving in the Form of a Vegetable, one side open, depicting figures beside a horse and chickens in a wooden landscape, the handle entwined with foliage and insects, 14.5cm long. £100-150
1124.   A Late XIX Century Ivory Letter Opener, carved with flowers, 24cm long; A Chinese Carved Bone Box and Cover, three ivory teethers with geometric carved designs and a pierced bone fan. (7) £30-50
1125.   A Pair of Chinese Ivory Late XIX Century Cylindrical Boxes, with screw covers, elaborately carved with flowers and birds, 3cm high; Two Chinese Ivory Sewing Clamps, a Needle Case, Bobbins etc. £30-50
1126.   A Mid/Late XIX Century Chinese Oval Footstool, carved elaborately with masks, flowers and scrolls and painted in red, black and gilt, the beadwork upholstered top worked with a phoenix, butterflies and colourful flowers, 33cm long. £150-200
1127.   A XIX Century Chinese Carved Hardwood Two Handled Circular Bowl, carved in relief with flowering foliage, inner metal liner, 7.5cm diameter. £70-100
1128.   A XVII/XVIII Century Chinese Bronze Bowl, of ribbed circular footed form, 18cm diameter. £200-300
1129.   An XVIII/XIX Century Chinese Bronze Two Handled Bowl, of archaic form, cast with a geometric design, 11.5cm diameter. £70-100
1130.   An Early XX Century Chinese Walking Stick, with white metal handle cast with figures, 93cm long; Another, with white metal handle cast with flowers, and two swagger sticks. (4) £30-50
1131.   A Chinese Mah-Jong Set, in a hardwood case with metal mounts, the lift-off front revealing five drawers of ivory and bamboo tiles, sticks, counters etc, with instruction book. £50-80
1132.   A Chinese Mah-Jong Set, in a hardwood case with mother of pearl inlay and metal mounts, the lift-off front revealing five drawers of ivory and bamboo tiles, sticks, dice etc. £50-80
1133.   A Late XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Sleeve Vase, painted in blue with Buddhistic lions chasing mons and clouds, character mark to base, 25cm high; A Chinese Bottle Vase, painted in blue with dragons, character mark to base, 31cm high. (2) £50-80
1134.   A Late XIX Century Chinese Bronze Two Handled Koro, of circular footed form decorated in champlevé enamels with flowers against a turquoise ground, 12cm high. £60-80
1135.   A Late XIX Century Chinese Bronze and Gilt Metal Koro and Pierced Cover, of footed circular form with grotesque masked ring handles, decorated in relief with panels of flowers, mythological beasts etc., the cover with dog of fo finial, 8.5cm high. £60-80
1136.   An Early XX Century Japanese Satsuma Pottery Bowl, of fluted circular form, decorated in pink, black and gilt with flowerheads and foliage, signed, 9cm diameter. £70-100
1137.   A Pair of Chinese Early XX Century Embroideries on Silk, worked as exotic birds, butterflies and insects perched amongst flowering shrubs in muted tones of blue and green, 117 x 57cm. (2) £80-120
1138.   A Japanese Late XIX Century Rectangular Lacquer Glove Box, with ring handles, decorated in gilt with mythological beasts amongst rocks and shrubs against a black ground, 40cm long. £60-80
1139.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Japanese Satsuma Pottery Vases, elaborately decorated with warriors and other figures in mountainous landscapes, the borders with flowers and geometric designs, character marks, 55cm high. (2) £100-150
1140.   A Chinese XIX Century Porcelain Bowl, of canted tapered square form, painted in multi-coloured enamels with alternating panels of figures on terraces and birds and flowers, the interior with a border of flowers within geometric bands, six character mark to base, 11cm high. £100-150
1141.   A Japanese Late XIX Century Ivory Okimono, carved as a boy climbed upon a turtle, holding it's young, 9cm long, on a modern hardwood stand. £100-150
1142.   A Chinese Early XX Century Ivory Conch Shell, the interior carved with figures at work in a wooded landscape, signed, 9cm long. £60-80
1143.   A Japanese Late XIX Century Pottery Bowl, of crimped square form, decorated in the Imari palette with butterflies and foliage, 20cm diameter; A Matching Ginger Jar, Inner and Outer Covers and a Koro, with pierced cover, all with hardwood stands. (9) £70-100
1144.   A Pair of Chinese Early XX Century Pottery Dogs of Fo, decorated in colourful blue, yellow and brown glazes, one resting it's paw on a ball, the other a cub, upon pierced rectangular bases, 30cm high. (2) £50-80
1145.   A Japanese Late XIX Century Pottery Dish, of shaped circular form, decorated in the Imari palette with phoenix, trees and shrubs, 25cm diameter; A Similar Plate and a Rectangular Vase, decorated with dragons and cranes, 12cm high. (3) £30-50
1146.   A Chinese Ivory Model of a Conch Shell, carved to the interior with figures, one on a donkey amongst buildings and trees, 8cm long. £30-50
1147.   An Early XX Century Chinese Ivory Snuff Bottle and Cover, (lacking spoon), of oval form, carved with figures carrying flags in a wooded mountainous landscape, 9cm high. £30-40
1148.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Brass Letter Opener, the handle cast with stylised birds amongst flowers, the reverse with a vase of flowers, 29.5cm long. £25-35
1149.   A XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Bowl, of ornate form with wavy rim, painted in blue with swimming fish and flowers, 18cm diameter, on a hardwood stand and a similar floral painted saucer dish decorated with flowers, 20.5cm diameter, on a hardwood stand. (4) £70-100
1150.   A Japanese Late XIX Century Ivory and Bone Sectional Figure of a Gentleman Holding a Fan and a Staff, on a rectangular base, 16cm high; Another, a lady holding a fan and flower, 13cm high. (2) £40-60
1151.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Pottery Bowl, the exterior decorated with colourful flowering peonies and butterflies against a dark blue and gilt scale ground, the interior with butterflies within floral borders, character mark to base, 28cm diameter. £80-120
1152.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Satsuma Pottery Part Tea Service, elaborately decorated with Deities and dragons, character mark to bases, comprising teapot and cover, sucrier and cover, jug and cover, six tea cups and saucers. £50-70
1153.   A Late XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Sleeve Vase, painted in blue with dragons amongst peonies and other scrolling flowers and foliage, character mark, 31cm high. £40-60
1154.   An Early XX Century Chinese Bronze Circular Plate, cast with dragons within Greek key pattern bands, character mark to reverse, 27cm diameter. £50-80
1155.   A Chinese XVIII Century Blue and White Pottery Meat Dish, painted with a bird above a river landscape within a scrolling floral border, 36.5 x 47cm; A Chinese Octagonal Bowl, painted with stylised red flowers with turquoise foliage within a dark blue ground, character mark, 33cm diameter. (2) £50-80
1156.   A Japanese Late XIX Century Ivory Group, carved as a seated fan maker beside a box, on footed oval base, on a hardwood stand, 12.5cm high. £150-200
1157.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Carved Hardwood Figure of Shou Lao, standing holding a staff and a peach, wearing flowing robes, on a pierced circular base, 50cm high. £60-80
1158.   A Large Japanese Pottery Early XX Century Charger, of circular form, painted in blue with an eagle perched on a flowering prunus branch within peonies and rocks, the border with flowerheads, character mark to reverse, 60cm diameter. £150-200
1159.   An Early/Mid XX Century Chinese Enamel Dish, of canted square form, painted with figures on a terrace in a mountainous landscape, 10cm square; A XIX Century Oval Enamel Plaque, painted with a couple and a dragon in a wooded landscape, 8 x 6.5cm. (2) £30-50
1162.   •AFTER LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976) *ARR
Old Town Hall, Middlesborough, limited edition 684/850, coloured print, blindstamp for Adam Collection,
41 x 31cm. £100-150
1163.   •AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) *ARR
Retreat From the Sun, colour reproduction print, signed in pencil in the margin,
50 x 65cm
Another, Little Flower Girl, colour reproduction print, signed in pencil in the margin,
46 x 61cm. (2) £50-80
1164.   •ROBERT R. GREENHALF (b.1950) *ARR
The Mansion, etching, number 70 of a limited edition of 75, signed in pencil in the margin,
19 x 24cm. £30-40
1165.   •ROBERT R. GREENHALF (b.1950) *ARR
Jubilee Avenue, etching, number 70 of a limited edition of 75, signed in pencil in the margin,
17 x 24cm. £30-40
1166.   •AFTER PIERS BROWNE (Yorkshire Artist, b.1942) *ARR
Hayfield Barn and Stags Fell, limited edition print 27/50, signed, titled and dated (19)92 in pencil in the margin,
34cm square. £30-50
1167.   A PAIR OF BAXTER PRINTS
'The Princess Royal' and 'The Daughter of the Regiment', blindstamps, in maple frames,
15 x 10cm. (2) £20-40
1168.   AFTER ROBERT MORDEN
The North Riding of Yorkshire, hand coloured engraved map, framed and glazed,
38 x 42cm.
Another, by the same, 'Darbyshire', hand coloured engraved map, framed and glazed,
38 x 43cm.
Two Other Maps, 'Britannia Saxonica' and 'Yorkshire'. (4) £50-80
1169.   •AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) *ARR
Strange Interior Languedoc, colour reproduction print, signed in pencil, blind stamp for The Fine Art Trade Guild,
43 x 75cm. £70-100
1170.   •AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) *ARR
'Ariadne', colour reproduction number 390 of a limited edition of 850, blind stamp for Michael Stewart Fine Art Limited,
49 x 57cm. £60-80
1171.   •AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) *ARR
'Portrait of Cecilia in White Dress', colour reproduction print, inscribed by permission of Sir Wm Russell Flint R.A.,
56 X 44.
A Pair of Similar Prints, by the same artist, 'Lady in Mauve Dress' and 'Lady in Pink Dress'. (3) £40-60
1172.   AFTER JOHN OGILBY (Scottish, 1600-1676)
'The Continuation of the Road from London to Banwick', beginning at Tuxford and extending to York, hand coloured engraving, framed and glazed,
33 x 44.5cm. £30-50
1173.   •E.R (Dick) STURGEON (1920-1999) *ARR
Langport Bridge, print, signed in pencil in the margin,
34 x 46cm.
Another, A Sailor's Tale, coloured print, limited edition 316/850, signed in pencil in the margin, blindstamp,
48 x 69cm. (2) £30-40
1174.   •AFTER E.R (Dick) STURGEON (1920-1999) *ARR
Blacksmith and Figures in a Courtyard, colour print, limited edition 316/850, signed in pencil in the margin, blindstamp,
48 x 68cm. £30-40
1175.   •AFTER WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) *ARR
Mill Pool, St Jean du Cole, colour reproduction print, limited edition 358/850, blindstamp,
54 x 70cm. £30-40
1176.   •AFTER TODD WHITE (American b.1969) *ARR
Trapeze, canvas on board print, limited edition 42/125, inscribed "To Patricia and Caroline" with sketch and signature verso,
39 x 50cm.
Original receipt for £784.50 dated 19/9/10. £200-300
1177.   •AFTER TODD WHITE (American, b.1969) *ARR
Boys Don't Tell, hand embellished print on canvas, limited edition 32/50, with signed certificate,
79 x 29cm. £100-150
1178.   •AFTER TODD WHITE (American, b.1969) *ARR
When Angels Sell Their Wings, limited edition 31/295 print, signed in pencil and titled in the margin,
49 x 60cm. £150-200
1179.   •AFTER TODD WHITE (American, b.1969) *ARR
If I Didn't Laugh I'd Cry, giclée limited edition 43/95 print, signed in pencil and titled in the margin, with certificate,
47 x 63cm. £150-200
1180.   •AFTER TODD WHITE (American, b.1969) *ARR
Blonde and Brunette, limited edition 373/850 prints, one inscribed "Cheers! White", the other "Best Wishes White",
25 x 18.5cm. (2) £60-80
1181.   •AFTER TODD WHITE (American, b.1969) *ARR
Drinking Boas, giclée limited edition 136/295 print, signed in pencil and titled in the margin, with certificate and receipt,
47 x 62cm. £150-200
1184.   •AFTER JOHN EDGAR PLATT (1886-1977) *ARR
Siesta, colour woodcut in the Japanese manner, limited edition 52/100, signed in pencil in margin,
23.5 x 34.5cm. £100-150
1185.   HARRY TITTENSOR (1887-1942)
'Going to Market', watercolour/gouache, signed bottom left,
24 x 27cm. £250-350
1186.   THOMAS BARKER (1769-1847)
Harrogate, watercolour with pen and ink, Thomas Agnes and Sons Ltd label verso,
11 x 18cm.
*With purchase receipt dated 9th February 1972 for £35.
£50-80
1187.   •MARKEY ROBINSON (1918-1999) *ARR
Lone Ships, watercolour, signed lower left,
21.5 x 35cm. £70-100
1188.   •MEDORA HEATHER BENT (1901-1991) *ARR
Figures Before Cottages in a Rolling Landscape with Cattle, watercolour, signed lower right, inscribed verso "A Present from Cape Cornwall, April 1949, from Alannah",
28 x 37cm. £60-80
1189.   HENRY CHARLES FOX (1855-1929)
Shepherd and Sheep on a Country Path, watercolour, signed and dated 1915 lower right,
53 x 35cm. £70-100
1190.   HENRY JAMES HOLDING (1833-1872)
Children Climbing on a Gate in a Mountainous Landscape, watercolour, signed and dated 1850 lower edge,
55 x 43cm. £120-180
1191.   •GEORGE BUTLER (Derbyshire Artist, 1904 - 1999) *ARR
Cinderella, performed by Northern Ballet Theatre, Manchester 1929, watercolour, signed and dated '29, lower right, artists label verso,
27 x 38cm. £50-80
1192.   JOHN JOY (1806-1866)
River Landscape with Cottages and Castle (possibly Richmond), watercolour, signed and dated 1862 lower left,
13 x 20cm. £70-100
1193.   •HOWARD NEVILLE WALFORD (1869-1950) *ARR
Evening Harvest Scene, watercolour, signed and dated 1908 lower right,
31 x 46.5cm.
*Original receipt for Mc Tague of Harrogate dated 1.7.98 for £535. £100-150
1194.   ROBERT THORNTON WILDING (Fl.1910-1921)
Fishing Vessels in a Choppy Sea, watercolour, signed lower left,
18 x 23cm oval. £40-60
1195.   EDWARD WILLIAM COOKE (1811-1880)
Figure by a Boat before Building, watercolour, signed lower right and dated 1864,
20 x 30cm. £40-60
1196.   •THOMAS HERBERT VICTOR (1894-1980) *ARR
Polperro, watercolour, signed W. Sands, the artists pseudonym, lower right,
17 x 26cm. £30-50
1197.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (XIX Century)
River Landscape with Bridge and Cottages, watercolour, signed indistinctly lower left,
49 x 89cm. £70-100
1198.   •DENNIS READER (b.1927) *ARR
A Collection of Original Art Work for the Books 'I Want One' and 'Ben and The Amazing Pot Plant', some with page notes, mainly watercolours, the folder with Hodder and Stoughton label. (26) £50-100
1199.   •KENNETH STEEL (1906-1973)*ARR
Oxley Park, Stocksbridge, watercolour, signed lower edge,
58 x 84cm.
*Believed to have been commissioned by The British Steel Corporation £200-250
1200.   GEORGE ANDERSON SHORT (1856-1945) (Yorkshire Artist)
Welsh Mountain Ponies by Auction Nov. 7th 1931 Halifax Cattle Fair, watercolour, signed lower left, inscribed verso,
27 x 37cm. £120-180
1201.   GEORGE ANDERSON SHORT (1856-1945) (Yorkshire Artist)
Huntsmen and Other Figures in a Tavern, watercolour, signed lower left,
27 x 37cm. £50-70
1202.   GEORGE ANDERSON SHORT (1856-1945) (Yorkshire Artist)
Huntsmen and Other Figures in a Tavern, watercolours, a pair, signed lower left and right, one dated (19)36,
10.5 x 17cm. (2) £40-60
1203.   GEORGE ANDERSON SHORT (1856-1945) (Yorkshire Artist)
Portrait of a Huntsman Smoking a Pipe, watercolour, signed and dated (19)36 lower left,
19 x 12cm.
Another, A Tavern Scene,
13 x 17cm. (2) £40-60
1204.   GEORGE ANDERSON SHORT (1856-1945) (Yorkshire Artist)
Beagles and Huntsmen on a Moor and Wild Fowl, watercolours, signed lower left, one dated (19)23,
19 x 27cm. £60-80
1207.   •CHARLES SUTTON (1929-2009)*ARR
Marine Landscape, White Cliffs, oil on board, titled, inscribed and dated August 2000 verso,
55 x 74cm. £50-80
1208.   •CHARLES SUTTON (1929-2009)*ARR
Marine Abstract, Blue Cliffs, oil on board, signed with initials left side, titled, inscribed and dated July 2000 verso,
53 x 53cm. £50-80
1209.   ROBERT CLEMINSON (Fl. 1864-1903)
Setters with Game in a Moorland Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left,
39 x 59cm. £200-300
1210.   •GRAHAM KNUTTEL (b.1954) *ARR
Punch, oil on canvas, signed lower right, Apollo Gallery, Dublin label verso,
40 x 30cm. £300-500
1211.   •ATTRIBUTED TO PAUL HENRY (1877-1958) *ARR
Rocky Seascape, oil on board, signed lower left,
11 x 15cm. £100-150
1212.   WILLIAM MELLOR (1851-1931)
On the Scarsdale, Nr Ambleside, Westmorland, oil on canvas, signed lower left, inscribed with title verso,
45 x 30cm. £300-500
1213.   •WALTER GOODIN (1907-1992)*ARR
Bridlington Harbour with Fishing Cobles, Sailing Boats and Figures on the Quayside, oil on board, signed lower right,
49 x 60cm. £150-250
1214.   •PHILIP KILNER (Fl.1920-1940)*ARR
Sailing Boat on Choppy Sea, a mountainous landscape beyond, oil on board, signed lower right and titled verso,
43 x 58.5cm. £50-80
1215.   FRANK DEAN (1865-1947)
May Blossom, Hampshire, oil on board, signed lower right and titled verso,
43 x 58.5cm. £50-80
1216.   •BARRY HILTON (b.1941) *ARR
Moonlit Harbour Scene, oil on canvas, signed lower left and verso,
61 x 91cm. £50-80
1217.   MANNER OF ISAAC DE MOUCHERON (Dutch, 1667-1744)
Figures in a Wooded Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
47 X 55cm £100-200
1218.   EDWARD CHRISTIAN QUAYLE (1872-1946)
A Steamer on Choppy Waters, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
59 x 90cm. £80-120
1219.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (Early XX Century)
Soldiers by a Clock Tower in a River Landscape, oil on board, unsigned,
15 x 19cm. £40-60
1220.   CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Still Life of Flowers and Butterfly, oil on board, unsigned,
43 x 34cm. £60-80
1221.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (Late XIX Century)
Two Girls in a Wooded Landscape, oil on canvas, unsigned, oval,
22 x 17cm. £40-60
1222.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (Late XIX Century)
Still Life of Fruit on a Ledge, oil on canvas, unsigned,
16 x 21cm. £40-60
1223.   J.B. (English School, Late XIX / Early XX Century)
Cottages Beside a River and Bridge, oil on board, signed in monogram lower left,
24 x 34cm.
£50-70
1224.   E. STEELE (English School, Late XIX Century)
Still Life of Flowers and Fruit on a Ledge, oils on board, signed lower right, a pair,
21 x 29cm. (2) £60-80
1225.   DAVID WOOD HADDON (1859-1914)
Portrait of an Elderly Gentleman Smoking a Pipe, oil on board, signed lower left, and another of His Wife,
29 x 22cm. (2) £100-150
1226.   AFTER ROSETTI (1828-1882)
Lady Wearing a Green Dress, seated amongst trees, holding a book and a flower, oil on canvas, unsigned,
157 x 90cm. £100-200
1227.   •HARRY EPWORTH ALLEN (1894-1958) *ARR
Cottages in a Hilly Landscape, possibly Derbyshire, pastel, signed lower left,
13 x 21cm. £300-500
1228.   •REX NORMAN PRESTON (b.1948) *ARR
A Figure with Cattle and Chicken on a Country Lane Before Cottages in a Derbyshire Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left,
29 x 60cm, £150-200
1229.   •MICHAEL BARNFATHER (b.1934) *ARR
Goss Hall Near Ashover, Derbyshire, oil on canvas, signed lower left, AG Gallery label verso,
36.5 x 74.5cm. £100-150
1230.   XX CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL
Venetian Canal Scene, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left,
58 x 91cm. £400-600
1231.   ANTONIO ERMOLAO PAOLETTI (Italian, 1834-1912)
The Lacemaker, oil on canvas, signed and inscribed lower right "Antonio Paoletti di Giov Venezia",
98 x 73cm. £2500-3500
1232.   ANTOINE BOUVARD (French, 1870-1937)
Venetian Canal Scene, oil on canvas, signed lower right.
47 x 63cm. £2500-3000
1233.   GORDON ARTHUR MEADOWS (1866-1937)
S. Maria della Salute and San Giorgio Venice, oils on canvas, signed Arthur Gordon lower right and dated 1903,
24 x 34cm. (2) £400-600
1234.   EUSTACE LISCARD (XX Century English School)
Still Life of Red Roses in a Vase, oil on board, signed lower right,
49 x 39cm. £40-60
1235.   D.R. LITTLE (XX Century)
John Walsh's Department Store, Pinsent Street, Sheffield, oil on panel, signed lower right, dated 1934?,
22.5 x 30cm. £50-70
1236.   GEORGE TURNER (1841-1910)
Figure on a Bridge in a Wooded Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
24 x 34cm. £500-700
1237.   IVAR NAUMANN (1851-1906)
Landscape with Fishermen, oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left 1887,
35 x 44cm. £35-40
1238.   EDWARD KING REDMORE (1860-1941)
Sailing Vessels on a Choppy Sea, oil on board, signed lower edge,
20 x 14cm. £30-50
1239.   JEAN-BAPTISTE (JAMES) BERTRAND (French, 1823-1887)
A Couple Leaning Against the Window of an Ornate Building, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1869 lower left,
36 x 16cm. £100-150
1240.   ALEXANDER AUSTEN (1859-1924)
Botanist and Taxidermist, oils on canvas (a pair), signed lower left,
48 x 38cm. £50-80
1241.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (Late XIX Century)
Mother and Child Reading in an Interior Setting, oil on canvas, unsigned,
49 x 74cm. £100-150
1242.   ROBERT ALEXANDER HILLINGFORD (1828-1893)
A Shakespearean Interior, oil on canvas (relined), signed lower right,
72 x 122cm. £300-500
1243.   •CAROLINE BAILEY (b.1953) *ARR
Flowers in a Yellow Jug Beside a Bottle of Wine, mixed media, signed lower right, Walker Gallery label verso,
71 x 85cm. £200-300
1244.   •CAROLINE BAILEY (b.1953) *ARR
Red Field, Syke, mixed media, signed lower right, Walker Gallery label and titled verso,
86 x 100cm. £200-300
1245.   •CAROLINE BAILEY (b.1953) *ARR
House and Yellow Field, mixed media, signed lower right,
86 x 100cm. £200-300
1246.   •CAROLINE BAILEY (b.1953) *ARR
Red House, Glendale, mixed media, signed lower right,
79 x 97cm. £200-300
1247.   •CAROLINE BAILEY (b.1953) *ARR
Red Boat, mixed media, signed lower right,
77 x 92cm. £200-300
1250.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Cased Toilet Case, with central mother of pearl panel and escutcheon, the green velvet interior with lidded compartments and bottles, some with silver plated mounts, 27.5cm long, 20cm wide. £40-60
1251.   An Early XX Century Walking Stick, the stained black wood handle carved as a dog's head, with glass eye (one missing), white metal collar, 89cm long; An Ivory Shoe Horn, the handle carved as a dog's head, 57cm long. (2) £40-60
1252.   An Edwardian Mahogany and Satinwood Inlaid Box with Hinged Lid, of footed rectangular form, 18 x 21cm; Another, matching, with compartmented velvet lined interior, with lift-out lid, 17.5 x 25cm. (2) £60-80
1253.   An XVIII Century Oak Bible Box, of rectangular form with hinged sloping lid, the front frieze carved with foliage,
20 x 36cm. £70-100
1254.   An Edwardian Two-Handled Oval Mahogany Gallery Tea Tray, centrally inlaid with a shell motif, 43cm long, 31cm wide. £40-60
1255.   A Mid XIX Century Betjeman's Patent Self Closing Book Slide, in coromandel wood elaborately applied with pierced and engraved brass mounts and inset with Jasperware portrait medallions, impressed marks, 39cm long, 61cm long extended. £100-150
1256.   A George III Turned Wood Truncheon, with painted crown and "G III" on a black ground, 43.5cm long. £40-60
1257.   An Early XX Century Oak Cased Smokers Cabinet, the central doors opening to reveal two short and one long drawer, together with an open compartment, 32cm high. £40-60
1258.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Table Top Cabinet, the doors opening to reveal a single drawer and fitted compartments containing a tobacco jar, glass decanter and two glasses, the top with shield shaped presentation plaque dated 1924, 39cm high, 31cm wide. £60-80
1259.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Tea Caddy, of sarcophagus form, the interior with two lift up compartments and central glass mixing bowl, raised on bun feet, 34 x 28cm. £40-80
1260.   A Late Victorian Brass Mounted Rectangular Coal Box, with shovel, 47cm long and a pair of bellows. (3) £50-70
1261.   A XIX Century Brass Stick Stand, with finials and drip tray, Rd. No. 271805, 71cm high. £50-100
1262.   AFTER HENRI FUGÉRE
A Bronze, modelled as a naked lady leaning against a pillar playing the pipes before a goat, upon a naturalistic base on marble plinth, 50cm long. £200-300
1263.   AFTER VOLTAS
An Art Deco Silvered and Gilt Metal Figure Group, modelled as an archer with three antelope, raised on a black marble and onyx plinth, signed Voltas, 50cm long. £100-150
1264.   A Large Art Nouveau Coppered Circular Plaque, the centre cast with a maiden with stylised foliage and geometric band, the border with cherubs in snake and animal chariots, 48cm diameter. £40-60
1265.   National Cash Register Co. Counter Top Till, cast with Art Nouveau style flowers and scrolls, inscribed H020113 325 SH, on a wooden base, 62cm high. £60-80
1266.   A W.M.F. Pewter Art Nouveau Ink Stand, mounted with a lady standing on a shaped circular base moulded with a sinuous design of flowers and foliage, the inkwell with ceramic liner, impressed marks, 18cm high; A Matching Pen Tray, 25.5cm long. (2) £150-250
1267.   A W.M.F. Silver Plated Miniature Paraffin Lamp, the two handled pierced base decorated with stylised motifs and holding the clear glass reservoir, impressed marks, 13cm high; A Pewter Inkstand, mounted with a mounted huntsman, the inkwell in the form of a hat, 9cm high and a leather bound inkwell with propelling pencil and brush. (3) £70-100
1268.   A Late XIX Century Bronze Model of a Sphinx, on a later wooden stand, 25.5cm long. £40-60
1269.   A XVII/XVIII Century Wrought Iron Coffer Key, with elaborate pierced filigree terminal and fluted stem, 14cm long. £100-200
1270.   A Silberzinn Pewter Two-Handled Wine Cooler, with stylised fruiting vine sinuous design, marked Silberzinn, E. Hueck 1851, 27.5cm high. £30-50
1271.   A Late XIX Century Bronze, modelled as a putti seated in a chariot pulled by butterfly, upon a scrolling circular base, signed L. Coustaway, 18cm high. £60-80
1272.   A Bergmann Style Cold Painted Bronze Model of a Kingfisher, 9cm high; A Chinese Bronze Model and Cover, in the form of a duck, 16.5cm high. (2) £60-80
1273.   A Late Victorian Brass Desk Standish, of two-handled pierced rectangular form, with two glass inkwells, 30cm long, a brass hand paper clip and a cast iron and brass door stop cast with a bear beside a beehive. (3) £30-50
1274.   AFTER ANTOINE ETEX (French, 1808-1888)
A Mid XIX Century Bronze of a Naked Lady, leaning against a pillar beside a cherub, upon a naturalistic rocky circular base, signed, 45cm high. £100-150
1275.   AFTER PIERRE-JULES MENE (1810-1879)
A Bronze Model of a Standing Greyhound, upon a shaped rectangular base, signed, 35cm high. £300-500
1276.   A Late XIX Century Composition Marble of The Infant Hercules and The Serpent, upon an oval base decorated with the twelve labours of Hercules, 54cm high. £200-300
1277.   A Late XIX Century Cigar Holder, the amber body with 9ct gold mount, in fitted leather case, 5.5cm long. £30-40
1278.   Two Winston Churchill 1945 Allied Victory Medallions by Loewental, a cased Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medallion, Royal Mint cased George VI Coronation Medallion 1937, cased Edward VII Coronation Medallion 1902, a boxed World Council of Churches Second Assembly Medallion. £100-150
1279.   A Waterman C/F Plaque Or G Aerometric Gold Plated 'Moire' Pattern Fountain Pen, the nib stamped "18K 750", and a matching ballpoint pen and pencil. (3) £100-150
1280.   A 1930's Manicure Set, in a fitted case, each inset with mother of pearl. £20-30
1281.   An Andrew Yeatman Cased Set of Gold Scales with Weights (one missing), in a fitted wooden box, label to the lid. £60-80
1282.   An Early XIX Century Tortoiseshell Box, with white enamel bun feet, 6.5cm long; A Carved Rectangular Box, with sliding cover, a snuff box and a papier mache pen box. (4) £40-60
1283.   A Mont Blanc Meisterstuck No. 146 Black Fountain Pen, the nib stamped 14K, in original box. £120-180
1284.   A Life-Long Sterling Silver Propelling Pencil, in original box; Another, (without box) and two JM & Co hallmarked silver propelling pens (one without box). (4) £30-50
1285.   A 9ct Gold Fountain Pen, (nib missing) the engraved case inscribed "Edna Franklyn Sept 1926"; A 9ct Gold Propelling Pencil, and a bridge pencil. (3) £50-80
1286.   A Parker 61 Fountain Pen, with turquoise body, original box; A Parker Sonnet Fountain Pen and Biro, with original labels and box; A Platignum de Luxe Lever Filling Pen and eight other pens/pencils. £80-120
1287.   A Mid XIX Century Stereoscope Viewer, with fretwork sliding end panel, together with over eighty cards of topographical British and Continental views including Cathedrals, 35cm long. £50-80
1288.   A Mid XIX Century Silhouette Study of a Gentleman, wearing a high collared shirt and jacket, contained in a rosewood frame, 9.5 x 7cm; Another, a lady wearing a bonnet, 10 x 7cm, and another of a gentleman. (3) £50-80
1289.   A Late XIX Century Glass and Wax Display of Fruit, Flowers and Butterflies, under a glass dome, on a black wooden oval base, 27cm long. £30-50
1290.   A Late XVIII Century Campaign Set, with folding knife, fork, spoon and corkscrew, ivory scales, 12.5cm long, contained in a leather case. £100-150
1291.   An Early XIX Century Marble Oval Plaque, carved with a head and shoulders bust of Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey, mounted, framed and glazed, 17.5 x 15cm; A Rectangular Oak Panel, carved with an inscription "As New Borne Babes Desire the Sensere ..." and date 1637, 22.5 x 29cm. £60-80
1292.   A 20 Inch Shop Display Single Blade Folding Knife, with hardwood scales, open length 94cm. £250-350
1293.   A Stan Shaw Large Eight Piece Coachman's Knife, with horn scales, engraved bolsters, 15.5cm long. £800-1200
1294.   A Stan Shaw Three Blade Wharncliffe Whittler, with stag scales, 10cm long. £250-300
1295.   A Stan Shaw Three Blade Whittler, with mother of pearl scales, worked to back of blades and both sides of springs, 10cm long. £200-300
1296.   A Stan Shaw Five Piece Pocket Knife, with horn scales, 10cm long. £80-120
1297.   A Stan Shaw Three Blade Pocket Knife, with horn scales, 10.5cm long. £50-80
1298.   A Stan Shaw Two Blade Pocket Knife, with stag scales, 10.5cm long. £50-80
1299.   A XIX Century Campaign Set, the folding knife and fork with tortoiseshell scales, contained in a leather case, 12.5cm long. £100-150
1300.   A French Barbelin Thirteen Piece Horseman's Knife, with stag scales, 10.5cm long. £50-80
1301.   A Small Five Piece Horseman's Knife, with stag scales, flat shield inset, 9cm long. £20-30
1302.   A Newton Sheffield Six Piece Horseman's Knife, with stag scales, 16.5cm long; A Richardson, Sheffield Seven Piece Horseman's Knife, with stag scales, 12cm long. (2) £60-80
1303.   A Mosby, Sheffield Five Piece Horseman's Knife, with ivorine scales, 10cm long; Two Small Pocket Knives, (3) £30-50
1304.   A George Butler, Sheffield Gardener's Knife, with stag scales, 11cm long; A Similar Joseph Rodgers, Sheffield Example. (2) £50-70
1305.   A Box of Five Sailors Knives, with stag scales, including Walker and Hall, Dickinson etc, 11-14cm long. (5) £80-120
1306.   A Tortoiseshell Capstan Inkwell, the hinged cover with central initials and inscription "Golden Wedding March 31st 1901", silver gilt mounts hallmarked for 1900, 11.5cm diameter; A Tortoiseshell Rectangular Card Case, 10cm high and a small faux tortoiseshell oval box and cover, 6cm long. (3) £70-100
1307.   An Early /Mid XX Century Bone Model of a Masted Sailing Vessel on a Choppy Sea, the base with lever to make movement, under a glass dome and wooden oval base, 26cm long, 21cm high. £40-60
1308.   E. LOUISA COX (Mid/Late XIX Century)
Portrait of a Girl Wearing a White Dress with Lace Collar, miniature watercolour on ivory, signed and dated 1884, mounted in a rosewood easel back frame,
11 x 8.5cm. £250-350
1309.   A Napoleonic Prisoner of War Games Shoe, the sliding bone lid in the form of a cribbage board, containing a set of dominoes, 20cm long. £150-200
1310.   An Early XIX Century Portrait Miniature, painted on ivory, of a lady wearing a white dress with a blue ribbon in her hair, within an elaborate brass mount and rectangular wooden hanging frame, 6.5cm diameter. £100-150
1311.   A Russian Icon, possibly late XVII/XVIII Century, painted with the Virgin Mary holding the infant Christ, within a border of departed souls and flowers, 22.5 x 15cm. £150-200
1312.   ****COLLECTING BACK****
A Bulgarian Icon, possibly XVIII Century, painted with the Virgin Mary holding the infant Christ, the background with script, some in roundels, contained in a wooden case, 33 x 26cm (damage to edges). £200-300
1313.   An Orthodox Icon, possibly XIX Century, painted with St. George slaying the dragon, mounted upon a white horse, inscribed upper margin, 24 x 18cm. £70-100
1314.   A Composite Stone Bust of a Roman Emperor, upon a circular socle base, 70cm high. £80-120
1315.   A Vintage 'Budweiser on Tap' Bow Tie Illuminated Advertising Sign,
49 x 78cm. £60-90
1316.   A Victorian Woolwork Tapestry, worked with a floral design in a gilt mount and rosewood frame, 35 x 23cm. £40-60
1317.   A Pair of Mid Victorian Face Screens, the wool work panels worked with a floral design, brass mounts and elaborately decorated handles, 44cm long. (2) £30-50
1318.   A Late XVIII Century Woolwork Sampler, worked in muted shades with verse, numbers, fruiting vines, flowerheads etc., dated 1792, 53 x 34.5cm. £40-60
1319.   An Early XX Century Kashan Wool Rug, the centre with figures on horseback slaying lions and other animals, within geometric border, 176 x 128cm. £70-100
1320.   An Early XX Century Oil Lamp, the hallmarked silver base cast with flowers and scrollwork, marks for Sheffield 1908, with faceted clear glass reservoir and cranberry glass shade, 81cm high including chimney. £200-300
1321.   An Early XX Century Oil Lamp, the silver plated Corinthian column with stepped square base and cut clear glass reservoir, 95.5cm high including chimney. £100-150
1322.   A Late XIX Century Brass Oil Lamp, the central Corinthian column supporting the copper circular reservoir with embossed floral decoration, upon a square base, replacement shade, 81cm high (including chimney). £50-80
1323.   An Early XX Century Cut Glass Chandelier, with nine branches, each hung with prismatic drops, the central column with lustre chains, approx. 100cm high. £300-500
1324.   A Mid XX Century Gilt Metal and Glass Chandelier, with six branches, the shaped frame hung with blue and clear prismatic drops, 65cm high. £100-150
1325.   A Late XIX Century 6½ Inch Polyphone Disc Musical Box, the disc inscribed "Unsere Garde Marsch Foorster", lithograph label to inside lid, in a stained beech case, the cover decorated with flowers, butterfly and coins, 18.5 x 19.5cm. £70-100
1326.   A Mid XIX Century French Musical Box, the rosewood case inlaid with musical instruments and flowers, brass carrying handles, lever movement, 13 inch brass cylinder playing twelve airs, with numbered card, 62 x 23cm. £200-300
1327.   A Late XIX Century Lachenal & Co. Forty-Eight Button (one missing) Hexagonal Concertina, with pierced rosewood ends, five fold black and patterned bellows, paper label and stamped 47261, in a wooden case, handle missing. £120-180
1328.   A Mid XIX Century Nicole Fréres Cylinder Wind-Up Musical Box, the rosewood case with inlaid scrolling foliage decoration and line borders, the 11 inch brass cylinder playing six airs, with paper label inscribed "Musique de Genéve No. 32764", 45.5cm long, key present. £150-200
1329.   A Negretti and Zambra, London, Barograph, contained in a cast iron, brass and copper case, impressed No. 30156, with carrying handle and recorder charts, 27cm long. £120-180
1330.   A Late Victorian Callaghan and Co. Ivory Cased Pocket Thermometer, inscribed with Fahrenheit and Centigrade scales, contained in a leather bound case, 15.5cm long; An Ivory Letter Opener, the handle elaborately carved with flowers and fruit, 27cm long. (2) £50-80
1331.   An Early XIX Century Celestial Globe, by J.W. Newton, raised on turned pedestal with cabriole legs on pad feet, circular compass. £500-800
1332.   A Late XIX Century R & J Beck, London Lacquered Brass Microscope, model No. 17362, on a 'Y' shaped base, with seven various eye pieces, lenses and slides, all contained in a mahogany case, 27cm high. £70-100
1333.   Mamiya C3 Professional TLR Camera, serial number 252622, Mamiya Sekor 80mm F2.8 lens, plus cased Mamiya Sekor 65mm F3.5 lens, flashgun grip mount. £70-120
1334.   An Oak Cased Barograph, by Short and Mason, London, No. A5254, with ten section vacuum, the base with drawer and plaque inscribed "Longdens 1847-1961", the cover with bevelled glass panels, 36.5cm long. £80-120
1335.   A Negretti and Zambra, London Brass Surveyors Level, impressed WD2 714, in original wooden box, 25cm long. £100-150
1336.   A Troughton and Simms Ltd, London Surveyors Level, in lacquered brass, in original wooden box and leather carrying case, 38cm long, with a tripod, 148cm high. (2) £250-300
1337.   An R.M. McDowall, Castleford Surveyors Level, in black lacquered and brass, in original wooden box with label "Stanley's Improved Level 14 inch, No. 91262, 1892", 39cm long. £200-250
1338.   A Cooke, Troughton and Simms, York, Marine Theodolite, in grey lacquered metal and brass, in original wooden box with fitments, 33cm high. £200-250
1339.   An E.R. Watts and Son Ltd No. 14152 Japanned Black and Brass Theodolite, in original wooden box with fitments and paper label, 38cm high. £200-250
1340.   A Stanley Small Surveyors Level, in black lacquer and brass inscribed "Stanley, 5Gt. Turnstile, Holborn, London", in original wood box, 36cm high. £100-150
1341.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Five Dial Barometer, with hydrometer, temperature gauge, butlers mirror, 30.5cm dial and level, inscribed "A. Stoppani, Doncaster", 123cm high. £100-200
1342.   A Pair of Early XX Century Chippendale Style Mahogany Fretwork Wall Mirrors, each with crested profile of an eagle with widespread wings in gilt, shell inlay and bevelled edge to mirrors, 49 x 89cm £80-120
1343.   An XVIII Cntury Style Continental Rectangular Ormolu Mirror, with 'C' scroll and foliate decoration, 110cm high. £60-100
1344.   A Regency Giltwood Circular Convex Wall Mirror, with applied balls and eagle surmount, 108cm long. £70-100
1345.   The Royal Kalendar: And Court and City Register for England, Scotland, Ireland and the Colonies for the year 1829, printed for Suttaby, Fix and Suttaby; Another for 1826, front pages missing, part spine and front cover missing. (2) £25-35
1346.   Milne [A.A.]: Now We Are Six, first edition, 1927, pub. by Methuen and Co Ltd, London, red cloth. £60-80
1347.   Fleming [Ian]: You Only Live Twice, pub. Jonathan Cape, second impression April 1964, with dustwrapper (clipped), inscribed; Fleming [Ian]: For Your Eyes Only, pub. Jonathan Cape, first edition; Wodehouse [P.G.]: Spring for Ever, pub. Herbert Jenkins Limited, first printing, with dustwrapper. (3) £40-60
1348.   Hans-Andersen 'Fairy Tales', illustrated by Rie Cramer and L.A. Govey, reprint 1932 by R. Clay and Sons Ltd, green cloth and slipcase; Kipling [Rudyard]: Humorous Tales, pub by Macmillan and Co., 1931 and Milne [A.A.]: The House at Pooh Corner and Winnie the Pooh, 7th and 15th editions. (4) £30-50
1349.   Leader [Robert Eadon]: History of the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire in the County of York, volsI and II, printed by authority of The Company of Cutlers by Pawson and Brailsford, Sheffield, 1905, green cloth with vellum spines. (2) £30-50
1350.   A Late Victorian Scrap Album, containing mainly animal and floral scraps, birthday and christmas cards; Hulme [Edward}: Principles of Ornamental Art, pub. Cassell Petter and Galpin, red cloth binding and two pencil sketches by Ada Wells, (4) £50-80
1351.   Leader [Robert Eadon]: History of The Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire, vols I and II, printed by authority of The Company of Cutlers by Pawson and Brailsford, Sheffield, 1905, inner marbled pages inset with Master Cutler Mr Albert Hobson Cutler's Feast invitation, tooled gilt maroon leather binding. (2) £100-200
1352.   Giles [Desmond]: The Doulton Lambeth Wares, pub. by Richard Dennis 2002, and a print of the signatures, monograms and initials of one hundred and thirteen Doulton Lambeth Studio Artists, inscribed "A Limited Edition of 500, No. 327". (2) £20-40
1353.   Orwell [George]: Animal Farm, first edition, May 1945, pub. by Martin Secker and Warburg Ltd, London, dust wrapper, inscribed, green cloth binding. £500-600
1354.   Lewis [C.S.]: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, first edition 1952, pub. by Geoffrey Bles, London, illus. by Pauline Baynes, dust wrapper, blue cloth binding. £300-400
1355.   Rhodes [John]: Bricklayer's Arms, first edition 1945, pub. for The Crime Club by Collins, London, dust wrapper, red cloth; Rhodes [John]: Death in the Hopfields, first edition 1937, red cloth binding. (2) £100-120
1356.   Carr[John Dickson): It Walks by Night, first edition 1930, pub. by Harper and Brothers, USA, dust wrapper, dark blue cloth binding; Tozer [Katherine]: Here Comes Mumfie, (two copies) first edition 1936, pub. by John Murray, London, dust wrappers, red cloth bindings. (3) £80-100
1357.   Laymon [Richard]: Come Out Tonight, first edition 1990, signed limited edition of 1250, pub. Cemetery Dance Publications, dust wrapper, maroon cloth binding, and eight other works by the author including The Midnight Tour, Fun Land Quake, etc (some signed). (9) £100-150
1358.   Coffey [Brian]: The Voice of the Night, first edition 1981, ex-library, pub. by Robert Hale, London, dust wrapper, black cloth binding; Coffey [Brian]: The Wall of Masks, first edition 1937; Wells [H.G.]: The Invisible Man, Buckerige [Anthony]: Jennings As Usual, and Bottom (Phyllis]: Murder in the Bud. (5) £60-80
1359.   Rhode [John]: Mademoiselle from Armentiéres, first edition 1927, pub. by Geoffrey Bles, London, dust wrapper, red cloth binding. £40-50
1360.   Beynon [John]: Planet Plane, first edition 1936, pub. by Newnes, London, dust wrapper, green cloth binding. £200-300
1362.   A Single A4 Page Bearing the Ink Signature of Harry Houdini, with the inscription "Love Laughter at Locksmiths, So Dear", the page is dated Bradford Nov. 8/02. (Unverified).
*Records indicate that Harry Houdini was on a record breaking tour at the Palace Theatre, Bradford and Victoria Hall Halifax at this time. £400-600
1363.   An Early XX Century Autograph Album, containing many autographs (unverified) relating to stage performers, including actors, singers, magicians etc. of the period, including 'Nellie Melba' the Australian opera singer after whom the 'Peach Melba' was named, dates run from 1901 to 1933. Worthy of fullest inspection.
*The book appears to have belonged to Nancy Pearson of Bolton House, Halifax, who is believed to have had connections with the theatres of Halifax and Bradford at that time. £200-300
1364.   Taxidermy; A Cased Female Kestrel, perched upon a lichen encrusted faux rock amongst grasses, mounted on an oval wooden base, 31cm high and a glass dome and stand. (2) £60-80
1365.   Taxidermy; A Kingfisher, perched upon a faux rock amongst grasses and shells, upon a glass dome and stand, 25cm high; Another, mounted in a glazed cabinet within grasses and shells, label to back "Preserved by John Phillips, Worksop", 28cm high. (2) £80-120
1366.   Taxidermy; A Cased Barn Owl, perched on a faux rock, a moth caught in it's claw, amongst grasses and toadstool, in a glazed cabinet, label to back "Preserved by John Phillips, Worksop", 39cm high. £80-120
1367.   Taxidermy; A Late XIX Century Display of Two Preserved Jays, under a glass dome, on a wooden base, 49cm high. £60-80
1368.   Taxidermy; An Early XX Century Display of an Otter, standing upon a log with foliage, bears label inscribed "Preserved by John Cole, Castle Meadow, Norwich", in a wood framed display case, 54 x 89cm. £80-120
1369.   Taxidermy: A Large Cased Bittern, the adult bird stood upon painted faux rocks amongst reeds and grasses set against a green back board, enclosed in a glazed wood display case, 60 x 63cm. £300-350
1370.   Taxidermy: A Cased Godwit, stood upon painted faux rocks amongst leaves, grasses and ferns set against a painted back board, enclosed in a glazed display case, 38 x 455cm. £100-150
1371.   Taxidermy; A Cased Red Fox with a Duck in it's Mouth, set against a painted backdrop, upon a naturalistic base, on a wood base, 99cm long. £50-80
1372.   Taxidermy; A Cased Pheasant, upon a naturalistic base, 83cm long. £30-40
1373.   Taxidermy; A Tiger Skin Rug With Head Mount, jaw agape, glass eyes, black felt edging, length head to tip of tail 176cm; A Further Flat Skin Rug, with limbs detached. (2) £350-450
1377.   'McQ' Alexander McQueen; A 'Phantom' Printed Silk Dress, in shades of brown and beige, long sleeves with zip detail to cuff, size 'IT 40' (size 8), 89cm long. £30-50
1378.   A Ladies Full Length Dark Brown Fur Coat, 110cm long; a three-quarter length fur jacket, with leather trimmed yoke, 83cm long and a grey Beaver Lamb 'Tescan' Coat, with shawl collar and turn back cuffs, 108cm long. (3) £20-30
1379.   A Cream Shaded Mink Cocktail Jacket, with full length cuffed sleeves, 45cm long. £20-40
1380.   A Beige Mink Jacket, the bell shaped sleeves with button detail to cuff and two button front fastening, split to each side, 66cm long; A Dark Brown Canadian Squirrel Coat, with retailers label for "M. Fletcher Furrier, Southport", with wide shawl collar, 108cm long. (2) £40-50
1381.   An Art Deco Cream Silk Chemise, with dropped waist and lace panel inset to hem and a pair of matching bloomers, cotton nightshirt, silk scarves, and various hats including a yellow feathered special occasion hat. £30-40
1382.   A Three-Quarter Length Light Brown Mink Jacket, a dark brown fur jacket and one other. (3) £20-30
1383.   Four Theatrical Costumes From The Royal Shakespeare Company's Production of Macbeth, performed at the Aldwych Theatre 1967-68, each outfit labelled for the actors - Ian Richardson (Malcolm), Sebastian Shaw (Duncan), Ray Callaghan (English Soldier) and Lyon (Scottish Soldier), all in a heavily textured rubberised fabric; together with a programme for the production. £30-50
1384.   A Vintage "Beemonté Model" Coat, c.1940s, in black wool, double breasted fitted style with black velvet collar and pockets with braid and bobble detail to the edges, faceted 'jet' style buttons, approximate size 10; a later vintage turquoise wool 'A' line coat with faux fur trimmed hood, a pale blue wool tweed "Kit" mini dress and jacket and a further black and white check skirt suit with black velvet trim. (4) £30-50
1385.   A c.1970's "St Honore" Vintage Knit Dress, a "Mr Darren" jersey two-piece suit, "Michael Frank" black chiffon skirt, various other tweed, velvet and other separates (sizes 10-12). £30-40
1386.   A c.1960's Vintage Jersey Two-Piece Suit, with short fitted jacket and mini skirt in brown and cream houndstooth check, "Carnegie of London" Tricel sleeveless mini dress with pleated skirt, other dresses including Shelana and Shubette, all size 10-12. (18) £30-40
1387.   A Vintage 1960's/70's Christian Dior Black Velvet and Silk Pill Box Style Hat, three further hats by Dolores, circa 1930's bridal headdresses, masks etc. £30-40
1388.   A c.1840's Silk Taffeta Two Piece Outfit, in shades of mauve and pink check embroidered with flowers, the bodice with lace trimmed sleeves and boned 'V' shaped front panel with hook and eye centre front fastening, together with an (unpicked) skirt panel in the same fabric and a further silk bodice; Further Dress Pieces, in a blue striped gauze fabric, including bodice trimmed with fuschia ribbon rosettes, skirt panel and three further pieces. £70-100
1389.   A Beige Mink Cocktail Jacket, with bracelet length sleeves and wide shawl collar, retailers label for Kendals of Manchester, 63cm long. £20-30
1390.   A c.1940's Dark Brown Fitted Fur Cape, 67cm long, and a three-quarter length brown shaded fur jacket, 90cm long. (2) £20-30
1391.   A Cream Mink Evening Cape, with split arm detail and three buttons, retailers label for "Joseph Fox Furriers". £30-50
1392.   A Full Length Dark Brown Mink Coat, with hook fastening and double breasted button appearance; a red brown squirrel fur jacket. (2) £30-40
1393.   A c.1970's Vintage Jean Varon Evening Gown, with square neckline and empire line bodice with lurex highlights, size 12; Anthony Charles 'Koupy' Velvet frock coat, with fur trim to cuffs and collar, and a full length batik style halter neck dress. £30-40
1394.   A Mid XX Century Vintage Dark Brown Beaver Lamb Full Length Coat, with wide collar and turn back cuffs, retailers label "Griffin & Spalding Ltd. Nottingham", 117cm long. £10-20
1395.   A c.1970's Coney Fur Full Length Coat, fitted style with suede belt, a coney fur jacket and an earlier vintage fur coat, fox fur tippet, stole etc. £30-40
1396.   A Pale Cream Full Length Mink Coat, slightly fitted style with buttoned split cuff detal and cream leather belt, retailers label for "Cairds", 102cm long. £70-90
1397.   A Gents, Burberry Traditional Full Length Raincoat, size 56 Reg; a similar ladies Dannimac raincoat. (2) £10-20
1398.    A Full Length Light Beige Fur Coat, with mock double breasted military style buttons, half belt to back, retailers label for 'Toronto Furs, Athens, Greece'; a cream fur cocktail jacket, with bracelet length sleeves. (2) £30-50
1399.   A Vintage Burberry Raincoat, in khaki green with classic check and padded lining and a collection of 1970's/80's vintage jackets and coats, including a full length leather coat, coney fur and leather bomber jackets, suede cape. (5) £30-40
1400.   A Vintage 'Curled' Fur Jacket, with mink collar and three jet effect buttons, a similar jacket in brown, a beaver lamb jacket and a reverse sheepskin jacket and fur scarf etc. £20-30
1401.   A Vintage Mulberry 'Euston' Leather Handbag, in dark brown leather with canvas straps, bronze hardware, detachable shoulder strap. £20-40
1402.   A Vintage Harrods Black Python Effect Leather Handbag, with gold tone snap fastener to front flap, flat loop handle. £20-30
1403.   A Vintage Alligator Skin Handbag, with interior sectional pockets, and a small quantity of gloves. £20-30
1404.   An Early XX Century French Embroidered Evening Bag, with petit point panels of classical figures and roses set within embroidery, the gilt frame with openwork and strap detail set with coral beads, rouleau handle; a further evening bag etc. £20-30
1405.   A Cream Fur Capelet, mink scarf, dark fur stole, Davy Crockett style fur hat and a springbok handbag. £10-20
1406.   A Silver Mink Stole, grey silk lined. £30-40
1407.   Two Similar Early XIX Century Child's Straw-Work Shoes, each with faded pink silk lining and rosette detail to front, one with leather sole, 12cm long. £80-120
1408.   Nine Early to Late XIX Century Cotton Christening/Night Gowns, variously detailed with embroidery, whitework, pintucks etc. and a later cream embroidered christening gown. (10) £40-60
1409.   A Quantity of Mainly XIX Century Lace Trim, Fichu, Shawls, lace cap, cotton bonnets, a small gilt metallic thread embroidered waistcoat (possibly Turkish), a pair of small child's wooden soled leather clogs. £20-30
1410.   Various Fur Collars and Trim, including fox, mink, curly lamb, a c.1940's vintage petal hat. £15-25
1411.   A Harrod's Black Velvet Padded Stole, with cream silk lining, 220cm long. £15-20
1412.   A Cream Mink Scarf, a double light brown mink scarf, fox fur tippet etc. £30-40
1413.   A Waldybag Black Silk and Diamanté Evening Bag, other evening bags, Gina two-tone leather handbag and three others. (7) £20-30
1414.   A Vintage "Asprey" Black Silk and Grosgrain Evening Bag, with double rouleau handle, a black suede handbag with craquelure gilt frame, a Jane Shilton black leather clutch and a modern carpet bag. £20-30
1415.   A Vintage Fassbender Tan Crocodile Skin Handbag, of classical style, with brown suede lining. £20-30
1416.   A Vintage Mappin & Webb Lizard Skin Classic Handbag, two similar handbags in brown leather, Pierre Cardin alligator effect and Jane Shilton black patent handbags. (5) £20-40
1417.   A Black Wool Fabric Panel, profusely embroidered in the Islamic/Persian style with gold metallic thread highlighted with pink and green flowers, short fringing to lower edge, 258cm long. £20-40
1418.   A Brown Leather Raquet Bag, hats including mink, curly lamb, flying style, gauntlet style and other leather gloves, fur trimmed belt, fox fur tippet, beaver lamb jacket (cut short. £20-30
1419.   A Dark Brown Mink Cocktail Jacket/Capelet. £20-30
1421.   Wine - Chateauneuf-du-Pape 1952. £30-50
1422.   Wines - Chateau Vaisinerie 1988 Grand Vin De Bordeaux Puisseguin Saint Emilion, 750ml, 12% Vol. 2 Bottles. £20-40
1423.   Wine - Chateau Cheval Blanc 1er Grand Cru Classe 1989, Saint Emilion Grand Cru, 75cl, 13% Vol., two bottles. (2) £120-160
1424.   Mixed - Rum, including novelty, Asti, Mead, Cava, Rosso, Wine. (10) £10-20.
1425.   Port - Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage Port 2010, bottle number 544834, 1500ml, 20% Vol., wooden box; Wine - The Millennium Bottle, 750ml, 12% Vol., double ended novelty bottle, in wooden case. (2) £15-30
1426.   Port - Taylor's 30 Year Old Tawny Porto, No. 53701, 75cl, 20% Vol., presentation boxed. £15-30
1427.   Port - Taylor's 20 year Old Tawny Porto, Taylor's 20 Year Old Tawny Porto, 75cl. 20% Vol., in wooden case; Taylor's 10 Year Old Tawny Porto, 75cl, 20% Vol., in wooden case. £20-40
1428.   Port - Taylor's Presentation Box of 40 (No. 5417), 30 (No. 10881), 20 & 10 Years Old Tawny Ports, 37.5cl, 20% Vol. £20-40
1429.   Port - Taylor's 1963 Vintage Port, bottled 1965. £80-120
1430.   Port - Porto Krohn Colheita de 1960, neck label WK043752. £50-70
1431.   Whisky - Johnnie Walker Red Label, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Teacher's Highland Cream Scotch Whisky, 75.7cl, 70d Proof; Bell's Extra Special Old Scotch Whisky, no. 43929 - BQ, 70d Proof; J & B Rare Blended Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof. (4) £30-50
1432.   Whisky - John Haig & Co. Dimple Old Blended Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; John Haig & Co. Blended Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Laphroaig Islay Malt Scotch Whisky 10 Years Old, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Bell's Extra Special Old Scotch Whisky, no. 75523 - NF7, 70d Proof; The Claymore Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof. (5) £40-60
1433.   Whisky - Johnnie Walker Red Label Old Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Seagrams's V.O. Canadian Whisky 6 Years Old, 40 Ozs.; VAT 69 Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Teacher's Highland Cream Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof. (4) £30-50
1434.   Whisky - John Haig & Co. Blended Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Highland Prince Extra Special Scotch Whiskies, 70cl, 37.5% Vol.; Bell's Extra Special Old Scotch Whisky, no. 047876 - PO6, 70d Proof; Johnnie Walker Red Label Old Scotch Whisky, 13 1/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Bell's Scotch Whisky, no. 89734 - QM8, small size bottle. (5) £40-60
1435.   Whisky Miniatures - A Collection of Eleven, including Aberlour Glenlivet Over 9 Years 70d Proof, Balvenie Over 8 Years 75d Proof, Glen Scotia 5 Years, Springbank Campbell Town Over 8 Years 80d Proof, Macallan Glenlivet Liqueur Whisky Gordon & Macphail 70d Proof, Balblair 10 Years Old 70d Proof, Inchgower 12 Years Bell's 70d Proof, George & J G Smith's Glenlivet 8 Years Gorgon & Macphail 100d Proof, The Dufftown Glenlivet Bell's Over 8 Years Old 70d Proof, Cadenhead's Putachieside Liqueur Whisky 75d Prooxf x2. (11) £20-40
1436.   Whisky Miniatures - A Collection of Ten, including George & J G Smith's Glenlivet Gordon & Macphail 8 Years Old 70d Proof, Bruichladdich Islay 75d Proof, Macallan 12 Years Old Gordon & Macphail 70d Proof, Highland Park 12 Years Old, 70d Proof, Glen Flagler 70d Proof, Bowmore 70d Proof, Ardbeg 10 Years Old, Scapa 100d Proof, Highland Park 8 Years Old 70d Proof, Linkwood 70d Proof. (10) £20-40
1437.   Whisky Miniatures - A Collection of Ten, including, Dufftown Glenlivet 70d proof, Tamnavulin Glenlivet 75d Proof, Glen Scotia 5 Years Old, Campbeltown Loch 70d Proof, Glenlivet 12 Years Old 70d Proof, Glengarrett 10 Years Old 75d Proof, Old Pulteney Gordon & Macphail 100d Proof, Glenrothes 8 Years Old 70d Proof, Linkwood Over 12 Years Old 70d Proof, The Glen Garioch 70d Proof. (10) £20-40
1438.   Whisky Miniatures - including, Blair Athol, Glendullan, Glencoe, Big T, Long John, Paddy, President, Beneagles, Bell's, Hankey Bannister, Tullamore Dew, Kentshire, Tomatin, Jameson, 100 Pipers, Highland Queen, John Power & Son, Black & White, The Antiquary, Pipers, Fischlin, Teacher's 60, Black Line, Old Forester. (28) £20-40
1439.   Whisky & Other Miniatures - including, Sherry, Port, Novelties, Whiskies including; Lords '87, Macleay Duff, Ballentines, Oban, Old Mull, etc. £20-40
1440.   Whisky & Other Miniatures - including,Novelties, Liqueurs, Moscatel, Bols, Whiskies including; Blair Athol, Red Hackle, Grants, Glen Grant, Avonside, Highland Fusilier, Dewars, Mortons, The Monarch, Cairns, Glenmorangie, Jim Beam, Kings Ransom, Strathayr, peter Dawson, J&B, Jack Daniels, etc. £20-40
1441.   Whisky Miniatures - including, Robbie Burns, Macinlays, Chivas Regal, Tamdhu, Auchentoshan, John Begg, Langs, Queen Anne, McGibbons, J&B, Lords '87, Old Crown Cutty Sark, Seagrams, Royal Culross, Haig, Whyte & Mackays, VAT 69, Crawfords, Glen Calder, Mortons, Craigmhor, etc. £20-40
1442.   Whisky - Bell's Commemorative Wade Porcelain Bell Scotch Whisky Decanter "1992 Year Of The Monkey" 12 Years Old, 75cl, 43% Vol, in "Year of The Sheep" box; Bell's Commemorative Wade Porcelain Bell Scotch Whisky Decanter "1991 Year Of The Sheep" 12 Years Old, 75cl, 43% Vol, boxed; Bell's Old Scotch Whisky Wade Porcelain Bell Decanter, 75cl, 43% Vol., boxed. (3) £20-40
1443.   Whisky - Bell's Commemorative Wade Porcelain Bell Scotch Whisky Decanter "1991 Year Of The Sheep" 12 Years Old, 75cl, 43% Vol, boxed; Bell's Fine Old Scotch Whisky Wade Porcelain Bell Decanter 12 years Old, 75cl, 43% Vol., boxed; Bell's Commemorative Wade Porcelain Bell Scotch Whisky Decanter "Hawaii" 12 Years Old, 75cl, 43% Vol, boxed. (3)
£20-40
1444.   Whisky - Rutherford's De Luxe Scotch Whisky "The Spirit Of Scotland Vol. II" and "Vol. IV", 10 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Rutherford's De Luxe Scotch Whisky "The Spirit Of Scotland Vols. I, II, III and IV" 1 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof. (6)
£20-40
1445.   Whisky - Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Very Limited Edition of Only 37 Pieces Specially Issued To Commemorate The Life Of Diana Princess Of Wales, this piece number 10 of 37, whisky distilled in 1961 the year of the Princess's birth, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and wooden boxed. £50-70
1446.   Whisky - Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Specially Issued To Commemorate The Life Of Diana "Princess Of Wales" 1961-1997 "Diana Queen Of Hearts", this piece number 70 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and boxed (boxed with some wear). £20-40
1447.   Whisky - Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Specially Issued To Commemorate The Life Of Diana "Princess Of Wales" 1961-1997 "Diana Queen Of Hearts", this piece number 62 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and boxed (box with some wear). £20-40
1448.   Whisky - Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Specially Issued To Commemorate The 100th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother On 4th August 2000, this piece number 67 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and boxed (some wear); Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Specially Issued To Commemorate The 50th Anniversary Of The Coronation Of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth On 3rd June 2003, this piece number 42 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and boxed (some wear). (2) £20-40
1449.   Whisky - Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Specially Issued To Commemorate The Golden Jubilee Of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 1952-2002, this piece number 24 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and boxed; Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Specially Issued To Commemorate The 21st Birthday Of His Royal Highness Prince William Of Wales On 21st June 2003, this piece number 35 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and boxed. (2)
£20-40
1450.   Whisky - Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Specially Issued To Commemorate The 100th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother On 4th August 2000, this piece number 2 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and boxed (some wear); Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Specially Issued To Commemorate The 75th Birthday Of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth On 21st April 2001, this piece number 98 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and boxed. (2)
£20-40
1451.   Whisky - Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Issued To Commemorate The Life Of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother 1900-2002, this piece number 42 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and black velvet boxed; Rutherford's Whisky Ceramic Flagon Limited Edition of 100 Pieces Issued On The 100th Anniversary Of The Death Of Queen Victoria On 22nd January 1901, this piece number 17 of 100, created using 100 different single malts, with certificate and stopper, 70cl, 40% Vol, sealed and black velvet boxed. (2)

£20-40
1452.   Whisky - Beneagles Beswick Liquor Bottle "Osprey", 20cm high, empty; Two Beneagles Beswick Liquor Bottles "Golden Eagle", 27cm high, empty. (3)
£10-20
1453.   Whisky - Whyte & Mackay Scotch Whisky Royal Doulton "Osprey", 350ml, 40% Vol.; Beneagles Beswick Liquor Bottle "Buzzard", 200ml, 40% Vol.; Whyte & Mackay Scotch Whisky Royal Doulton "Peregrine Falcon", 200ml, 40% Vol. (3) £20-40
1454.   Whisky - Beneagles Beswick Liquor Bottle "Osprey", 37.5cl, 40% Vol.; Whyte & Mackay Scotch Whisky Royal Doulton "Kestrel", stopper present, no label, contents unknown, 17.5cm high; Whyte & Mackay Scotch Whisky Royal Doulton "Buzzard", 200ml, 40% Vol. (3)
£20-40
1455.   Whisky - Bell's Commemorative Bell Whisky Decanters Christmas 2012, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (3) £20-40
1456.   Whisky - Bell's Commemorative Bell Whisky Decanters, Queen Mother 90th Birthday, Alexander Fleming Great Scottish Inventors, Christmas 1990 and 1994, 70cl, 40% Vol. (4)
£20-40
1457.   Whisky - Bowmore Islay Single Scotch Whisky Aged 16 Years Limited 1989 Edition, natural cask strength, 700ml, 51.8% Vol., presentation boxed. £120-160
1458.   Whisky - Two Bell's Royal Commemorative Bell Decanters, 50cl, 40% Vol., boxed; John Haig & Co Dimple Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d proof, boxed; Dimple Jug; Bell's Commemorative Bell Decanter Christmas 1990, 75cl, 43% Vol.; Lamb's Navy Rum Jug Decanter, boxed. (6) £20-40
1459.   Whisky - The Glendronach Allardice Single malt Scotch Whisky Aged 18 Years, 700ml, 46% vol., with carton. £30-50
1460.   Whisky - Kingsbarns Single Malt Scotch Whisky Limited Release, 700ml, 46% Vol., boxed; Rum - The Kraken Black Spiced Rum, 700ml, 40% Vol. (2) £20-40
1461.   Whisky - Jura Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 10 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol., together with travel flask, boxed. £20-40
1462.   Whisky - John Haig & Co. Dimple, 70d Proof, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs.; Taunton Exhibition Strong Still Cider, 2.273 litres, 80 Fl. Ozs.; Two Small Bell's Wade Bells, 6 2/3 Fl. Ozs. (4) £20-40
1463.   Whisky - Glen Grant Highland Malt Scotch Whisky 8 Years Old, Glenlivet Strathspey, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof, in carton. £40-60
1464.   Champagne - Krug 1996, 750ml, 12% Vol., presentation boxed (some wear). £150-200
1465.   Champagne - Veuve Cliquot Ponsardin, 750ml, 12% Vol.; Another Champagne, 750ml, 12% Vol.; Bacardi Rum Limited Edition 150 Years; Bacardi Gold Rum. (4) £20-40
1466.   Champagne - Renaudin Bollinger & Co. 1941 Extra Quality Very Dry, (half size bottle, top degraded). £50-70
1467.   Champagne - Dom Perignon Vintage 2000 Champagne, 750ml, 12.5% Vol., presentation boxed. £100-200
1468.   Champagne - Krug & Co Reims Private Cuvee 1964 Champagne. £200-300
1469.   Mixed Spirits - including Cherry Brandy, Vodka, Rum, Sherry, Cane Spirit, Aquavit, etc. (10) £15-30
1470.   Mixed Spirits - including Brandy, Sherry, Vodka, Booth's Gin, Port, Martini, Bacardi, etc (11) £15-30
1471.   Whisky & Spirit Miniatures - including, Avonside 70d proof, Inverlochy Castle, King William IV, Abbot's Choice, Dew of Ben Nevis, Royal Deeside, others including Rum, Amaretto & Brandy, Cointreau, Triple Sec, Grand Marnier, Liqueurs, etc. (25) £20-30
1472.   Spirit Miniatures - including, D.O.M., liqueurs, fraise, Cpointreau, brandies including Napoeon VSOP, Three Barrels, cognac, Guinness, tequila, creme de menthe, etc. £20-30
1473.   Spirit Miniatures - including, Sherries, Liqueurs, Armagnac and brandies, Madeira, etc. £20-30
1474.   Spirit & Liqueur Miniatures - including,Vodka's, Bols, Martinis, Liqueurs, Cinzano, etc £20-30
1475.   Whisky & Other Miniatures - including, Bols, Liqueurs, Sherry, Whiskies, White Horse, Haig, Rums, Tequila, Gins, Grand marnier, DOM, etc. £20-40
1476.   Spirit & Other Miniatures - including, Bols, Liqueurs, Gin, Courvoisier, Amaretto, etc. £20-30
1477.   Spirit & Other Miniatures - including, Drambuie, Tequila, Liqueurs, Novelties, Bols, Amaretto, Tia Maria, etc. £20-30
1478.   Spirits - Four Bell's Commemorative Bell Decanters, Sake, Moet & Chandon Petite Liquorelle, Westfalenhaus Amberg Echter Steinager. (7) £20-40
1479.   Spirits - A Large Collection of Spirit and Other Miniatures, including Whisky, Pernod, Underberg, Gin, Grand Marnier, Dewar's, Whyte Mackay, Bell's, Schnapps, Vodka, Jameson, Chartreuse, Napoleon & Other Brandy, Bacardi, Ouzo, Liqueur, Campari, Bols, Ports, Novelty Items, (some opened). £50-60
1480.   Spirits - Bacardi, 100cl; Warre's Heritage Port, Llahtina Wine; 103 Brandy; Fletchers Port, Southern Comfort, 35cl; Vodka & Lime, 0.350l; Jack Daniel's Miniature. (8) £20-40
1481.   Spirits - VSOP 3 Year Old Brandy, 70cl, 36% Vol.; Pott Premium Rum, 1 l, 54% Vol.; Teacher's Highland Cream Whisky, 70cl, 40% Vol. (3) £20-40
1482.   Cognac - J. & F. Martell Cognac, 24 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Janneau Grand Armagnac Tradition, 24 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; J. & F. Martell Cognac, 24 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof. £20-40
1483.   Cognac - J. & F. Martell Cognac, 24 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Martell V.S.O.P. Medaillon Liqueur Brandy Cognac, 24 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof, boxed; Remy Martin Fine Champagne V.S.O.P. Cognac, 24 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof. (3) £20-40
1484.   *WITHDRAWN
Cognac - N. Barriasson & Co. Grand Champagne Cognac 1918 £100-200
1485.   Cognac - Napoleon Gaston De Lagrange Cognac, 1 Litre, 40% Vol. Boxed, "duty free for exportation only". £20-30
1486.   Cognac - Grande Champagne Des Heritiers Cognac 1906, naturel, shipped and bottled in 1967, Berry Bros. & Rudd Ltd. £200-300
1487.   Whisky - Old Angus Blended Scotch Whisky Liqueur, Train & McIntyre Ltd. £70-90
1488.   A Mid Victorian Drop Dial Wall Clock, the black painted case decorated with flowers and inset with mother of pearl, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 75cm long. £60-80
1489.   A Late XIX Century Oak Cased Circular Wall Clock, the cream enamel face with Roman numerals and inscribed "Harry Naylor, Girlington" fusee movement, key and pendulum present, 38cm diameter. £70-100
1490.   A XIX Century Dutch Oak Frisian Tail Wall Clock, with arched pediment over painted white dial with Roman numerals, brass spandrels, pierced supports, brass mount to base of clock, 128cm high. £200-400
1491.   A Late XIX Century German Lenzkirch Mahogany Cased Mantel Clock, of architectural rectangular form, the brass dial with silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, the movement stamped Lenzkirch 52 827228, pendulum and key present, 40.5cm high. £100-200
1492.   An Art Deco Clock Garniture, the multi-colour marble and onyx case mounted at each end with speltre seated naked females, the octagonal face with brass dial with Arabic numerals, clock 48cm long, key and pendulum present. £70-100
1493.   A Pair of Art Deco Clock Ornaments, in multi-coloured marbles with inset onyx panels with brass mounts, 17cm high. £30-50
1494.   A Late XIX Century Mahogany Cased Mantel Clock, the shaped case with brass and cream enamel dial with Arabic numerals, key and pendulum present, 34cm high. £30-40
1495.   A Late XIX Century French Mantle Clock, the gilt metal scrolling support centrally hung with a gilt cherub on a swing, the white enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals, the movement stamped "C. Chappement Brevet", on a plinth base, key present (dome missing), 30cm high. £60-80
1496.   An Early XX Century Brass Cased Mantel Clock, the rococo style case with scrolls and foliage, upon four curved feet, the cream enamel dial with Roman numerals, the movement striking on a bell, key and pendulum present, 40cm high. £50-80
1497.   A Late XIX Century Mahogany Cased Mantel Clock, the architectural shaped rectangular case with cream enamel dial, inscribed "Ayrton-Graham Ltd. Liverpool", Roman numerals, 63.5cm long (dial door missing). £40-60
1498.   A Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos Clock, with lacquered gilt brass case, the cream chapter ring with baton and Arabic numerals to quarter, serial number 143057, 23.5cm high, in original fitted box. £300-500
1499.   A Late XIX Century French Alabaster and Gilt Metal Mantel Clock, the four pillars applied with floral swags and musical instruments, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and decorated with pink rose swags, bird and floral finial, the movement striking on a bell, pendulum present, 40cm high. £150-200
1500.   A Mid XIX Century Ormolu Cased Mantel Clock, the circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the elaborate shaped oval base mounted with a musician holding a violin, the movement with bell strike and inscribed "Schmoll Paris 266", pendulum present, 28.5cm high, 38cm long. £70-100
1501.   A Late XIX Century French Leroy and Fils, Paris Ormolu Mantel Clock, inset with Sevres style porcelain panels, painted with garden and figural scenes, the rectangular base with reeded columns supported with a two-handled urn and applied with rams head and acanthus swags, the dial with Roman numerals and enamelled decoration, inscribed "Leroy and Fils, 211 Regent Street, London", the movement striking on a bell, inscribed 'Leroy and Fils, Paris, 16037' on a plinth, key and pendulum present, 39cm high. £250-350
1502.   A Late XIX Century Brass and Steel Skeleton Clock, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, chain drive fusee movement, contained under a glass dome on a plinth base 36cm high with dome. £100-200
1503.   A Mid XIX Century Scott Memorial Skeleton Clock, the pierced brass frame in Gothic style, above the seated figure of Walter Scott and his dog, the silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, twin chain fusee movement, upon a footed rosewood base, under a glass dome (damaged), key present, 56cm high. £500-800
1504.   An Early XX Century Brass Anniversary Clock, the circular white enamel dial with Arabic numerals above a pair of plain circular columns and four balls upon a circular base, under a glass dome, 30.5cm high (with dome). Key present. £40-60
1505.   A Late XIX Century French Brass Carriage Clock, with fluted pillars and ball feet, the white enamelled dial (cracked) with Roman numerals, retailed by Harrods Ltd., in original leather carrying case, 13cm high, key present. £30-50
1506.   An Early XIX Century Pine Cased Longcase Clock, the plain hood with columns, the trunk with door and plinth base, the eight day movement with brass dial inscribed "Mark Metcalfe Askrigg" with Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture, 154cm high. £100-200
1507.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the circular brass dial with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials inscribed "Hill Sheffield", hood with arched pediment (no door), trunk with long door and reeded pilasters, the base with canted corners and applied moulding, on ogee feet. £100-200
1508.   A XX Century Black Lacquer Grandmother Clock, with arched hood, silvered dial with Roman numerals inscribed "H.L. Brown & Son Ltd, London", on plinth base, decorated all-over in gilt with Chinese figures, 132cm high. £150-200
1509.   An XVIII Century Oak Thirty-Hour Longcase Clock, the brass face with Roman numerals inscribed "Revill Sheffield", with swan neck pediment and pillar supports, the trunk with inlaid door and half round reeded pilasters, on bracket feet (no weight), 207cm high. £80-120
1510.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany and Oak Longcase Clock, the white dial with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, inscribed "Wm Helliwell, Leeds", with swan neck pediment, turned supports, the trunk with small shaped door, canted corners, shaped apron to base with bracket feet, £100-200
1513.   An XVIII Century Oak Lowboy, with crossbanded top and moulded edge over three drawers, shaped apron, on square chamfered legs, 71cm high, 81cm wide. £100-150
1514.   A XX Century French Style Rosewood Bonheur du Jour, with three-quarter gallery, three small drawers, central painted panel, fall front with leather sciver, three drawers and single drawer on cabriole legs with all over ormolu mounts, 108cm high, 76cm wide. £200-300
1515.   An Art Deco Oak Cocktail Cabinet, fully fitted with contemporary glasses, two decanters, cocktail shaker, cherry sticks, stirrers etc, beneath a lift-up lid revealing a mirrored tray, lower drinks cupboard with key, inner presentation label dated 1937, 78.5cm wide. £200-250
1516.   An Early XX Century Salon Seat, with inlaid top rail, 'X' shaped supports, shaped arms and upholstered seat, on swept legs, 102cm wide. £60-100
1517.   A XIX Century Mahogany What-Not, with three-quarter gallery and three serpentine shaped shelves, turned supports, 77cm high, 44cm wide. £60-100
1518.   A XIX Century Pollard Oak Ottoman, with upholstered hinged top, pierced frame and turned supports, 47cm high, 49cm wide. £100-150
1519.   An Art Deco Walnut Sideboard, having stepped top, end cupboards flanking three graduated upper drawers, bearing "Jordan & Cook, Worthing" label, 158cm wide. £50-100
1520.   An Art Deco Birds Eye Walnut Display Cabinet, of angular form, having low back, bevelled decoration to four side panels and three doors, 138cm wide. £80-120
1521.   An Art Deco Birds Eye Walnut Dining Table, with canted corners to rectangular top, on twin pedestals, 188cm wide, together with six matching splat back dining chairs. £100-200
1522.   A 1920's Walnut Three Piece Lounge Suite, comprising two seater settee and two easy chairs, each with scroll carved back and hand rests on squat cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, bergeres back and sides. £100-200
1523.   An Early XX Century Oak Office Floor Standing Filing Chest, with tambour fall front concealing nine inner sliding trays, 49.5cm wide. £100-150
1524.   An Early XIX Century Oak Side Table, with single drawer, on square legs, 80cm high, 76.5cm wide. £30-50
1525.   A XVII Century Oak Wainscott Chair, with carved frieze, shaped arms, solid seat, on turned and block supports. £150-200
1526.   A XVII Century Oak Bible Box, with sloping slid, carved frieze, 28cm high, 68cm wide. £100-150
1527.   A XVII Century Oak Armchair, with blue chenille fabric upholstered back, seat and arms, on barleytwist and block supports. £50-100
1528.   A Late XVII/Early XVIII Century Oak Gateleg Table, with oval top, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 71cm high, 129cm wide. £150-200
1529.   A Geo. III Oak and Mahogany Bow Fronted Corner Cupboard, with dentil cornice, 'H' hinges to doors concealing three internal shelves, single drawer, 113cm high. £30-50
1530.   XVIII Century Oak Mule Chest, with crossbanded top, panelled front, over three drawers, reeded columns on ogee feet (converted), 89cm high, 149cm wide. £50-100
1531.   An Early XVIII Century Joined Oak Blanket Box, with hinged lid, three panel front, two small drawers, on stile feet, 124cm wide. £120-150
1532.   A XVII Century Joined Oak Blanket Box, with hinged lid, the base with iron lock plate, on stile feet, 50cm high, 109cm wide. £80-120
1533.   A Mid XVIII Century Joined Oak Dresser Base, with three crossbanded drawers, on cabriole legs, 84cm high, 180cm wide. £200-300
1534.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Chest, with moulded edge, two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet (reduced), 97cm wide. £60-100
1535.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, the hooped back with pierced splat, on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £90-150
1536.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, the hooped back with pierced splat, on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £90-150
1537.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, the hooped back with pierced splat, on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £90-150
1538.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, the hooped back with pierced splat, on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £90-150
1539.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, the hooped back with pierced splat, on turned legs united by crinoline stretcher, stamped 'J. Spencer' to side of seat. £90-150
1540.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Comb Back Windsor Chair, with hooped back, rail supports on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £90-150
1541.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, the hooped back with pierced splat, on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher. £90-150
1542.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Captains Chair, with pad arms, low back, turned supports, turned legs united by stretchers. £30-50
1543.   An XVIII Century Joined Oak Settle, with four panel back, shaped arms, on pad feet, 174cm long. £200-300
1544.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top, turned pedestal, on cabriole legs with pad feet (damaged), 88cm diameter. £40-60
1545.   An XVIII Century Oak Plate Rack, with stepped pediment, pierced frieze and three shelves, 107cm high, 167cm wide. £80-120
1546.   A XIX Century Oak Bed Head, carved with mythological beasts, three caned panels with flanking barleytwist and block supports, carved shaped frieze, 154cm wide. £120-150
1547.   A Set of Eight Mahogany Chippendale Style Dining Chairs, six single and two carver, with carved and shaped top rail, pierced splats and leather seats, on carved cabriole legs on claw and ball feet. £250-450
1548.   An Early XX Century Walnut Games Table, the octagonal top with chess board inlay, on tapering legs with undershelf, 70cm high, 55cm wide. £30-50
1549.   A XX Century Mahogany Writing Cabinet, the upper section with twin panelled doors over two small drawers, the base with brushing slide over three long drawers, gadrooned apron, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 129cm high, 74cm wide. £60-80
1550.   An XVIII Century Style Mahogany Drop Leaf Table, with oval top, on carved cabriole legs, on claw and ball feet, 73cm high, 160cm wide. £40-80
1551.   A XIX Century French Rosewood Bed, the headboard with 'C' scroll top rail, the foot of the bed with a ribbon and flower head carved panel, on scroll feet, 220cm long, 147cm wide. £100-200
1552.   A Geo III Style Triple Pedestal Dining Table, with gadrooned edge, the carved and turned pedestals on claw and ball feet, 324cm long. £100-200
1553.   A 1920's Wing Armchair, upholstered in pale green velvet, with rolled panel back, loose seat cushion, on walnut braganza feet. £150-200
1554.   An Early XX Century Indian Hardwood Folding Chair, with carved and shaped top rail over foliate carved and pierced back panel and seat, shaped arms, on 'X' shaped legs. £30-50
1555.   A Late XIX Century Art Nouveau Mahogany Display Cabinet, the upper section with bevelled glass mirror, square supports, the leaded glazed doors with a marquetry inlay of Stylised flowers, corner brackets, on applied stepped feet, 183cm high, 104cm wide. £100-200
1556.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Chest, with two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 71cm wide. £100-120
1557.   A Pair of XIX Century and Later Mahogany Jardiniere Stands, with square tops raised on turned and twisted pedestals and stepped bases, 88cm high. (2) £40-60
1558.   A Pair of XIX Century Ebonised Bedroom Chairs, the backs inlaid with mother of pearl 'C' scroll decoration, caned seats, on turned legs united by stretchers. £30-50
1559.   An XVIII Century Style Oak Chest, with two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 81cm high, 83cm wide. £50-100
1560.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Writing Table, with crossbanded top inset with leatherette, central drawer, each flanking pedestal with two small drawers, on turned and reeded supports united by stretchers, 74cm high, 106cm wide. £150-200
1561.   An Early XX Century Indian Style Walnut Magazine Rack, the swivel top with three divisions and turned 'X' decoration, raised on turned pedestal and shaped supports, 74cm high. £40-60
1562.   A XVII Century and Later Joined Oak Side Table, with rectangular top, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 60cm high, 90cm wide. £30-50
1563.   A XVII Century Joined Oak Coffer, with twin panelled top, the base with carved lozenge decoration, on stile feet, 64cm high, 127cm wide. £100-150
1564.   A Mid XVIII Century Joined Oak Dresser, the rack with stepped cornice over three shelves, the base with two top drawers over three smaller drawers, pierced apron, on turned and block supports, with pot board, 174cm high, 142cm wide (rack not original). £200-300
1565.   A XIX Century Walnut Armchair, with a carved top rail, upholstered back, seat and arms, on cabriole legs. £60-100
1566.   A XIX Century Ebonised Nursing Chair, upholstered, with gilded brass decoration and ormolu mounts. £25-45
1567.   An XVIII Century and Later Oak Dresser, the rack with two shelves, the base with moulded edge, three small drawers, shaped apron, on square chamfered legs, with pot board, 227cm high, 134cm wide (rack not original). £100-200
1568.   An Early XVIII Century Joined Oak Dresser Base, with five small drawers and two large drawers, shaped apron, on turned and block supports (with restoration), 85cm high, 171cm wide.
1569.   A Mid XIX Century Papier-Maché Pedestal Table, the top with scalloped edge, painted with flowers and mother of pearl with gilt highlights, turned pedestal with scalloped base, on cast feet, 69cm wide. £50-100
1570.   A Mid XVIII Century Joined Oak and Fruitwood Dresser, the rack with stepped pediment, three shelves and plate rails with reeded sides, the base with fruitwood top over three drawers, shaped apron, on cabriole legs with pad feet, 178cm high, 108cm wide. £300-400
1571.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Windsor Chair, with hooped back, pierced splat, on turned legs united by 'H' stretcher (back leg replaced). £60-100
1572.   A XIX Century Ebonised Davenport, with three-quarter gallery, green leather insert to fall front, four small drawers, four dummy drawers, on turned feet, 81cm high, 54cm wide. £50-100
1573.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Cheval Mirror, with rectangular shaped mirror, turned supports with candle slides, on cabriole legs, central turned stretcher £150-200
1574.   An XVIII Century and Later Joined Oak Gateleg Table, with oval top, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 72cm high, 151cm wide. £50-100
1575.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Wine Table, with pie crust top, turned and carved pedestal on cabriole legs and scroll feet, 57cm high. £30-50
1576.   An XVIII Century Style Walnut Occasional Table, with drop leaves, crossbanded top, single drawer, on barleytwist supports united by 'X' stretcher, on bun feet, 63cm high, 92cm wide. £50-80
1577.   An Early XX Century Rosewood Inlaid Revolving Piano Stool, with upholstered top, on swept legs, 45cm high. £25-45
1578.   A XVII Century Style Oak Credence Table, with a fold-over top, single drawer and arched frieze, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 76cm high, 98cm long. £150-200
1579.   A Walnut Side Table, with crossbanded top, moulded edge, three concave shaped drawers, on cabriole legs and pad feet, 75cm high, 98cm wide. £50-100
1580.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top, turned pedestal, on cabriole legs and pad feet, 72cm high, 68cm diameter. £50-80
1581.   A Mahogany Wine Table, with pie crust top, turned and carved pedestal on cabriole legs with scroll feet, 45cm high, 44cm wide. £30-50
1582.   A XVII Century Style Walnut Chest, with crossbanded top, feather banding, six drawers, on bracket feet, 89cm high, 48cm wide. £200-300
1583.   A XX Century Mahogany Bow Fronted Cabinet, with crossbanded top, two small and three long drawers, flanking cupboards, on bracket feet, 76cm high, 99cm wide. £50-100
1584.   A Regency Rosewood Sewing Table, with drop leaves, single drawer, basket with fitted interior, on turned pedestal and splayed and reeded legs, 73cm high, 73cm wide. £200-400
1585.   A XX Century Walnut Lamp Table, with crossbanded top, moulded edge, single drawers, legs with blind fret decoration, on block supports, with undershelf, 65cm high, 58cm wide. £30-50
1586.   A XIX Century Ash Correction Chair, with turned rail supports and caned seat, on splayed legs with stretchers. £40-60
1587.   An Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Sewing Table, with octagonal top, hinged lid and lined interior, on splayed legs united by undershelf, 74cm high, 32cm wide. £30-50
1588.   An XVIII Century Style Oak Dresser, the rack with stepped pediment, three central shelves flanking cupboard doors with mahogany crossbanding over a small drawer, the base with crossbanded top, twin central cupboard doors, four drawers and shaped apron, on cabriole legs, 206cm high, 154cm wide. £300-500
1589.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Collinson & Lock Inlaid Rosewood Writing Table, with three-quarter gallery to upper shelf, turned supports, inset with green leather sciver, concave shaped centre drawer, two flanking drawers, on turned and reeded legs with shaped stretchers, 94cm high, 127cm wide. £400-600
1590.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Two Seater Salon Settee, with reeded top rail, carved and scroll arms, upholstered back, arm and seat, on turned and reeded legs. 120cm wide. £120-150
1591.   A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Demi-Lune Tea Table, with baized interior, on tapering legs and spade feet, 84cm wide. £50-100
1592.   A XX Century French Style Bow Fronted Kingwood Chest of Drawers, with marble top, the frieze with ormolu decoration, two drawers with parquetry inlay, on cabriole legs with ormolu mounts, 71cm wide. £80-120
1593.   A Mid XVIII Century Oak Bureau, with fall front to fitted interior over two small and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 104cm high, 91cm wide. £50-100
1594.   A XX Century Mahogany Inlaid Display Cabinet, the upper section with twin astragal doors and two internal shelves, the base with three central drawers, flanking cupboard doors, on tapering legs with spade feet, 187cm high, 42cm wide. £100-150
1595.   A Pair of XIX Century Walnut Footstools, with upholstered and marquetry inlaid tops on turned legs. £30-50
1596.   A XIX Century Walnut Stool, with upholstered top, on cabriole legs, 43cm high. £30-50
1597.   A XIX Century Walnut Rectangular Shaped Stool, with upholstered top, on squat cabriole legs, 17cm high, 114cm long. £20-40
1598.   An Early XX Century Walnut Rectangular Shaped Stool, with upholstered top, on turned legs, 122 x 44cm. £40-60
1599.   An XVIII Century Style Walnut Serpentine Shaped Chest, with crossbanded top, two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 77cm high, 75cm wide. £60-100
1600.   An XVIII Century Style Oak Lowboy, with crossbanded top, two drawers over three drawers, shaped apron, raised on chamfered legs with pierced corner brackets, 74cm high, 84cm wide. £100-200
1601.   An XVIII Century Style Walnut Kneehole Desk, with boxwood stringing to the top, long drawer, flanking pedestals each with three drawers, cupboard door with marquetry inlay in the form of a star, on bracket feet, 75cm high, 75cm wide. £100-200
1602.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Jardiniére Urn on Stand, with circular top, brass handle, shaped rails, 'S' supports, on a trefoil base with turned feet, 53cm high. £30-50
1603.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Jardiniére Urn on Stand, with circular top, brass handle, shaped rails, turned pedestal on trefoil base and brass feet. £30-50
1604.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Inlaid Serpentine Shaped Jardiniére Stand, on turned supports and swept legs with undershelf, 100cm high. £40-60
1605.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Games/Work Table, the fold-over top inlaid with chess/backgammon board, single drawer over basket, on carved cabriole legs united by a central stretcher, 69cm wide. £200-300
1606.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Freestanding Shop Display Cabinet, with glazed door, two chrome handles, mirrored back and sides, two interior shelves, on turned bun feet, 142cm high, 70cm wide. £200-400
1607.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Side Table, "Credence", with twin panelled cupboard doors, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 76cm high, 107cm wide. £100-200
1608.   A XIX Century Rosewood Fold-Over Games Table, with gadrooned edge, tapering pedestal, on a quatrefoil base, 72cm high, 92cm wide. £60-120
1609.   An XVIII Century Oak Farmhouse Table, with rectangular top on square supports with corner brackets united by 'H' stretcher, 73cm high, 153cm wide. £200-300
1610.   A Set of Six XIX Century Style Ash and Elm Ladder Back Chairs, with rushed seats, on turned legs united by stretchers. (6) £100-150
1611.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Nursing Chair, with pierced top rail with 'C' scroll decoration and upholstered seat, on carved cabriole legs. £30-50
1612.   A Set of Seven Dutch Mahogany Dining Chairs, six single and one carver, with bar backs, marquetry inlaid panels, rail supports and upholstered seats on sabre legs with all-over marquetry. (7) £100-200
1613.   A Set of Eight Matched Early XIX Century Ash and Elm Spindle Back Chairs, six single and two arm, with rushed seats, central stretchers, on ball feet. (8) £200-300
1614.   An XVIII Century Joined Oak Dresser, the rack with central circular brass clock, dial inscribed "Thomas Wright London Watchmaker for The King", and shaped cupboard doors, the base with three drawers on cabriole legs, on pad feet, 202cm high, 180cm wide. £200-300
1615.   A Mid XVIII Century Joined Oak Dresser Base, with twin panelled cupboard doors, on stile feet, 84cm high, 1478cm wide. £200-400
1616.   An XVIII Century Satinwood Demi-Lune Card Table, with crossbanded and marquetry inlaid top, on tapering legs, 74cm high, 91cm wide. £80-120
1617.   A c.1920's Oak Draw Leaf Table, with carved vine decoration to frieze, on bulbous cup and cover supports with vine and scalloped decoration, on trestle feet with central stretcher. £100-150
1618.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top, on turned pedestal and cabriole legs on pad feet, 74cm high, 79cm long. £60-100
1619.   An Art Nouveau Mahogany Cabinet, with low mirrored back, the top inlaid with stylised flowers, shaped supports, twin glazed doors, the sides with bevelled glass panels, corner shelves, undershelf, on bracket feet, 208cm high, 122cm wide. £100-200
1620.   A Mid XX Century Ash Elm Child's Windsor Chair, with a hooped back spindle supports, on turned legs, united by 'H' stretcher. £40-60
1621.   An Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Work Table, with oval top and pleated silk basket below, on tapering legs with undershelf, 50cm wide. £30-40
1622.   A XIX Century Mahogany Serpentine Shaped Mirror Back Sideboard, the top with 'C' scroll decoration, top with moulded edge, centre drawers over cupboard doors flanking panelled doors, on a plinth base, 180cm high, 155cm wide. £60-100
1623.   A XIX Century Pine Fireplace Surround, with dentil cornice above a central frieze of three cherubs holding hammers above an anvil, 126 x 133cm. £50-100
1624.   An XVIII Century and Later Joined Oak Dresser, with a later, reduced, rack, the base with three long drawers over three small drawers, shaped apron with fan brackets, on turned and block supports, with undershelf, 111cm high, 210cm wide. £200-400
1625.   A Set of Four XVIII Century Elm Dining Chairs, each with pierced splat to arched back, block legs united by stretchers. £100-150
1626.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Davenport, the upper section with fitted interior to serpentine shaped hinged fall with leatherette inert, two internal small drawers, four small drawers, cupboard door, on shaped supports with bun feet, 88cm high, 56cm wide. £100-200