Antique, Fine Art & Collectables Auction @ 10am
on Friday 9th December 2022

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1001.   A Large Mid XX Century Cut and Moulded Glass Table Lamp, with mushroom shade, 45cm high. £50-80
1002.   Two Waterford Crystal Clocks, perfume bottle, Orrefors posy and bowl, 19cm diameter. £15-30
1003.   A Collection of Gilt Overlaid Glassware, circa 1900, to include scent bottle, wavy jardiniere's, salts. £20-30
1004.   A Mdina Turquoise Glass Shallow Bowl, with yellow speckle inclusion, 19cm diameter, similar seahorse and bulbous paperweight. (3). £20-30
1005.   A Late XIX century Walking Stick, of crook form in pale green glass and of barley twist form, 130cm long. £20-40
1006.   A Modern Glass Square Decanter and Stopper and a Pair of Matching Glasses, upon a two handled mahogany stand and a satin Silverware Company plated circular tray. £20-30
1007.   A Pair of Venetian Glass Company Mid XX Century Figures of Dancers, in turquoise, amber and white, the gentleman with left hand absent, 43.5cm high, another in white amber and black. (3) £60-90
1008.   A Pair of Hollahaza, Hungary, Monochrome Bulbous Vases, with gilt highlights, 15cm high, a single vase 31cm high, a powder bowl, plate and small vase, together with a green and white lidded jar, all with female masks and gilt highlights. (7) £30-50
1009.   A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Clock, painted in the 'Meadow Daisy' pattern, of shaped tapered form, designed by Pail Hilditch, impressed and painted marks, dated 2015, 21cm high, boxed. £80-120
1010.   Halley, A Pair of Early XIX Century Handpainted Porcelain Plates of Ornithological Studies, each named specimen bird in it's natural habitat, within gilt borders, having pendant husks and trailing foliage, both gilt painted 'Halley' in italics to back (one repaired) 23.5cm diameter. (2) £50-70
1011.   Paragon 'Victoriana Rose' Table China,of approximately sixty eight pieces, including two lidded tureens nine dinner plates, tea and coffee pots. £80-100
1012.   A Murano Glass Sculpture of a Female Torso, in clear and amber colours, raised on a pedestal oval base, Murano seal mark and artists signature, 34cm high. £70-100
1013.   A Murano Glass Sculpture of a Horse, with gilt details, etched mark, 29cm long; A Paula Humphris Pottery Model of a Unicorn, 23cm high. (2) £60-80
1014.   •Sheila Fournier (1930-2001) *ARR, A Vase, of wavy organic semi-circular form with abstract turquoise and black design, incised mark, 25cm high. £50-80
1015.   •John Ward (b.1938) *ARR, A Stoneware Bowl, of large globular form, the mottled white and brown glazes over a lightly textured body, impressed seal mark, 33cm high. £300-500
1016.   •Stephen Parry (b.1950) *ARR, A Stoneware Vase, of compressed fluted ovoid form, with tapering neck and mottled grey and black glazes over textured ground, impressed mark, 28cm high. £50-70
1017.   •Ray Silverman (b.1943)*ARR, A Porcelain Vase, of 'U' shape, with blue, green and beige rim above a mottled white ground, impressed seal mark, 9.5cm high. £30-50
1018.   •Derek Davis (1926-2008)*ARR, A Cylindrical Pottery Vase, with mottled red and green glazes, signed, 17cm high; Another, similar in purple and blue glazes with shaped neck, signed, 11.5cm high. (2) £100-150
1019.   •John Ward (b.1938) *ARR, A Stoneware Vase, of oval compressed form the mottled white and brown glazes over a textures body, impressed and seal mark, 19.5cm high. £120-180
1020.   •Michael Hawkstone (Rowlstone Pottery) *ARR, A Single Handled Stoneware Ewer, of ovoid form, decorated in brown glazes, impressed mark, 32.5cm high and a small Michael Tovey ribbed vase, 7cm high. (2) £20-40
1021.   •Robin Welch (1936-2019) *ARR, Two Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee 1977 Stoneware Mugs, impressed marks, 9cm high and a Val Barry (1937-2018) thin slab vase with bamboo decoration, impressed marks, 21cm high (A/f). (3) £30-50
1022.   •John Ward (b.1938) *ARR, A Stoneware Vase, of slightly tapered form with pointed base, the mottled white glaze over a textures body, impressed seal mark, 10cm high. £80-120
1023.   •David Heminsley (1927-2007) *ARR; A Small Stoneware Vase, of globular form in white glazes, incised mark, 8cm high. £20-30
1024.   •John Ward (b.1938) *ARR, A Stoneware Vase, of fluted 'U' shape, the mottled brown and green glazes over a textured body, impressed seal mark, 9.5cm high. £80-120
1025.   •Derek Davis (1926-2008)*ARR, A Porcelain Bottle Vase, with streaked/mottled grey glazes, signed, 14.5cm high; A Similar Shallow Bowl, signed, 16.5cm diameter. (2) £80-120
1026.   •Mary Rogers (b.1929) *ARR; A Footed Porcelain Bowl, of oval form with sinuous rim, with green/brown glazes, incised mark, 13cm high. £200-300
1027.   •Mary White (1926-2013) *ARR, A Footed Bowl, with large outcurved rim in turquoise glazes, impressed seal mark, 20cm high: A Small Vase, with flared neck, 9cm high (A/f). (2) £60-80
1028.   •John Ward (b.1938) *ARR, A Stoneware Vase, of oval compressed form with shaped neck, the mottled brown glazes over a textured body, impressed seal mark, 7cm high. £40-60
1029.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Model 'Calf', modelled recumbent on an oblong base, designed by Stella Crofts, model No 2896, puce mark, date code for 1931, 7.5cm long. £300-400
1030.   A Royal Doulton Stoneware Ewer, of single handled pear shaped form with stopper, the mottled green ground applied with blue floral rosettes, impressed marks, 22.5cm high:A Carlton Ware Cabbage Leaf and Tomatoes Dish. (2) £25-30
1031.   A Set of Six Edinburgh International Hand Cut Whisky Glasses, two other pairs, and four Concerto Capri crystal wines, all boxed., (4). £20-30
1032.   A Mason's Imperial Fruit Bowl, (repaired), 26cm diameter. Two Spode Great Explorers, Armada, two Woby game birds and ironstone plates. (7). £20-30
1033.   A Royal Doulton Stoneware Jardiniére, painted with autumn leaves on green ground with brown borders, impressed marks, 24cm high. £30-50
1034.   Royal Doulton Character Jugs, 'Manchester United' 12.5cm high, Hampshire Cricketer 12.5cm high, (damaged), thirteen smaller, Winston Churchill Toby Jug. (16) £40-60
1035.   Royal Doulton Character Jugs, Robinson Crusoe 18cm high, Dick Turpin, North American Indian, Anne Boleyn, (chipped), Sairey Gamp. The Walrus and The Carpenter. (6) £30-50
1036.   Fornasetti Wavy Rectangular Dishes, Centaur with six other figures 25cm wide, Tangle of Goods, plus three various Inghilterra 18cm square plates (5) £30-50
1037.   A Royal Dux Pottery Model of an Arab Riding a Camel, an attendant holding a basket on the rocky oval base, pink triangle mark, shape number 1731, 44cm high. £200-300
1038.   A Royal Dux Pottery Figure Group, modelled as Grecian Lovers, raised on naturalistic oval base, pink triangle mark, shape number 1513, 56.5cm high. £100-150
1039.   A Royal Dux Pottery Figure of a Shepherd Boy Standing Beside a Goat, raised on naturalistic square base, pink triangle mark, shape number 1115, 53cm high (restored). £70-100
1040.   An Early XX Century Foley Part Tea Service, of fluted petal shape, printed and overpainted in pattern number 6948 with red and orange flowers, printed marks, comprising: two bread and butter plates, milk jug, sugar bowl, twelve side plates, twelve saucers and eight teacips. (36) £60-80
1041.   A Royal Doulton Limited Edition Prestige Figure 'Guy Fawkes', HN 4784, No 271/350, boxed with certificate, 26.5cm high. £50-80
1042.   A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Ring of Gold' pattern, of globular form, designed by Nicola Slaney, signed, impressed and painted marks, dated 2013, 85/100, 17cm high, boxed. £70-100
1043.   A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Table Lamp, painted in the 'Violet' pattern, of globular form, designed by Sally Tuffin, impressed marks, 18cm high, boxed. £40-60
1044.   Parker '17' Ink Pen, plus two others, Yard O Led and other pencil, Bourne, Denby jug, crackle ware vase, two glass examples. £15-30
1045.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase and Cover, of ovoid form, decorated with a band of swags within green and gilt band, blue mark, 15cm high; Two Royal Worcester cabbage leaf jugs, a cornucopia vase and flower shaped vase. (6) £30-40
1046.   Royal Doulton Character Jugs, Veteran Motorist 18.5cm high, Vicar of Bray, Tam O'Shanter, Athos, D'Artagnan. (5) £30-40
1047.   Beswick Jockey on Dapple Grey Racehorse, number twelve to blanket, (head repaired), John Beswick Huntsman on Horseback, (leg repair), Beswick White Dapple Horse and Pony. (4) £40-60
1048.   Wemyss Pottery Kitchen Jars, including five retailed by T. Goode of London, all with fruit decoration, comprising four 10.5cm, three 8.5cm,, one 8cm, three spare lids, a condiment pot on wide circular stand 15.5cm wide, many damages. £50-100
1049.   A Shelley Porcelain Part Tea Service, decorated in the 'Wild Flowers' pattern, comprising; six teacups, five saucers and six side plates, printed marks; Another Shelley Part Tea Set, in the 'Pink Blossom' pattern, comprising; six teacups and saucers, printed marks. (29) £40-60
1050.   A Spanish Musician, 26cm high, Lladro bird, bell and two vases, Wedgwood, Doulton (X2) and Beswick rabbit figures. £20-30
1051.   Royal Doulton Figurines, 'Patricia', 'Winsome', 'Flower of Love', 'Innocence' all first quality. (4) £30-40
1052.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Candlestick, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, limited edition 419/500 commissioned by The Guild of Specialist China and Glass Retailers, printed marks, 17cm high. £50-80
1053.   Beswick Pottery Palomino Type Horses, the largest 21.5cm high, with ear repair. (3) £20-40
1054.   Fornasetti Rectangular Dishes, Giovanni Paisello, 14cm wide, Arrigo Boito, Extrait D'Absinthe, Charriot and two classical examples., (6). £30-50
1055.   Six Beswick Beatrix Potter Pottery Models, 'Little Pig Robinson', Tom Kitten', Jeremy Fisher', Foxy Whiskered Gentleman', Sir Isaac Newton' and 'Pigling Bland'; a Royal Doulton model of 'Artful Dodger' and a Beswick model Pig (chip to ear). (8) £40-60
1056.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, of squat lobed two handled form, painted by Jas Stinton, signed, with game birds in a woodland setting, puce mark, shape number H155, date code for 1920, 9cm high (restored). £50-70
1057.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Bottle Vase, painted by Stinton, signed, with Highland cows in a mountainous landscape, puce marks, date code for 1934, shape number 2491, 13.5cm high. £70-100
1058.   Beswick Rearing Huntsman 868, 23cm high, six hounds and fox. £80-120
1059.   A Lladro Matte Porcelain Figure of an Eskimo Girl, seated cross legged, printed and impressed marks, 29.5cm high. £60-80
1060.   A Lladro Matte Porcelain Figure of a Sleeping Eskimo, printed and impressed marks, 25cm high; Another, of a girl looking at her foot, 16cm high. (2) £50-80
1061.   Fornasetti Greek Key Design Pin Tray, 18.5cm wide and cube form lighter, classical bust circular ashtray. (3). £30-50
1062.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of globular form, painted in the 'Pomegranate' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, signed in green, 9.5cm high (A/f). £30-50
1063.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Meissen Porcelain Model of a Cherub, standing beside a column, the shaped triangular base inscribed 'Feles Unis', crossed swords mark, 15cmm high; A Late XIX Century German Porcelain Goblet, decorated with cherubs, the base with figures, 13cm high. (2) £60-80
1064.   A Susie Cooper Porcelain Part Tea Service, decorated with pink roses, printed marks, comprising:- teapot and cover, sugar bowl, six teacups and saucers. (21) £30-40
1065.   Royal Doulton Figurines, 'Nicola', 'Jacqueline', 'June' and 'Amy', all first quality. (4) £30-40
1066.   A Pair of Hollohaza, Hungary, Cylindrical Vases, with gilt highlight after Endre Szasz, 20cm high; A Similar Lidded Box. (3). £20-40
1067.   A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Papaver Poppies' pattern, of slender waisted form, part of the collection of Remembrance designed by Kerry Goodwin, signed, impressed and painted marks, 7/50, 31cm high, boxed. £70-100
1068.   A Shelley Queen Anne Shape Octagonal Teapot, 'Blue Iris' pattern no 11561, bread plate, five side plates plus one cracked, four saucers, four cups, sauce boat (chipped), sugar bowl and cream jug. £100-200
1069.   A Lladro Figure of a Lady Sat on a Tree Trunk, 34cm high, another by Dove, Paragon 'Lady Camille', Doulton 'Harmony'. (4) £30-40
1070.   'VA' Portuguese Handpainted Ink Bottle On Matching Hexagonal Tray, five Spode leaf dishes, cross swords white figures groups, (damages) Oriental hexagonal pin tray (damaged), Cornucopia posy:- One Tray. £20-30
1071.   A Mid XIX Century Porcelain Coalbrookdale Vase, of lobed two handled form encrusted with flowers, 21cm high (A/f) and a garniture of Stevenson and Hancock vases encrusted with pink flowers, 8.5 and 15.5cm high. (4) £20-40
1072.   Beswick Pottery Horses, in brown, the largest 19cm. (4) £30-40
1073.   Royal Doulton Character Jugs, Gulliver 18cm high, Drake, Toby Philpots, Pearly Queen, John Peel, Dick Turpin. (6) £30-50
1074.   A Late XIX Century Rock Crystal Paperweight, in the form of a book, etched with foliage and initials E.A, 5cm long.; Two Japanese Kutani Cups, 4.5cm high, two Dresden floral encrusted dishes, an Enoch Wood stand and small vase. (7) £20-30
1075.   A German Late XIX Century Porcelain Box and Cover, modelled in the form of a gentleman and a dog seated on a drum, 22cm high; A Royal Vienna Two Handled Floral Decorated Vase, 24cm high (A/f) and a moulded jug with pewter cover, 23cm high. (3) £10-20
1076.   Royal Doulton Figurines, 'Jane', signed and dated 1997, 'Good Companion', 'Linda', 'Pamela', all first quality. (4) £30-40
1077.   A Royal Albert Tea Service, with Greek key decoration, fifty seven pieces. £30-50
1078.   A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Oberon' pattern, of ovoid form, designed by Rachel Bishop, signed, impressed and painted marks, dated 2012, 11/30, 21cm high, boxed. £70-100
1079.   A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Table Lamp, of baluster form, painted in the Calypso Magnolia pattern, against a cream ground on a wooden base, with shade, 27cm high. £80-120
1080.   An Anita Harris 'Whitby Abbey by Moonlight' Purse Vase, 12cm high. £30-40
1081.   An Anita Harris Blue and White Lustre Dragonfly Purse Vase, gold signed, 12cm high. £30-40
1082.   An Anita Harris Panda Bella Vase, gold signed, 17cm high. £40-50
1083.   Three Royal Worcester Porcelain Figurines 'Grandmothers Dress', 'Parakeet' and 'Only Me', and a Royal Doulton Figure 'Rachel', HN 2936. (4) £30-40
1084.   An Anita Harris Durdle Door Sunset Purse Vase, gold signed, 12cm high. £30-40
1085.   A Lladro Figure Group of a Girl on a Swing with Onlooking Friend, number F-160, 38cm high. £150-170
1086.   An Anita Harris Brimstone Delta Vase, gold signed, 14.5cm high. £40-50
1087.   Two Lladro Japanese Geisha Figures, one with fans, 29.5cm high, the other praying. (2). £40-60
1088.   A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Honeysuckle' pattern, of elongated ovoid form, impressed and painted marks, dated 2014, 21cm high. £50-80
1089.   A Royal Doulton Pottery Figure 'Jester', HN 2016, 24.5cm high; An Early XIX Century Model of a Cherub holding a basket of flowers, scrolling circular base, 12.5cm high. (2) £20-30
1090.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of pear shape, painted in the Leaf and Grape pattern against a shaded green ground, impressed marks, signed, 21cm high. £100-150
1091.   An Anita Harris Brimstone Oval Vase, gold signed, 19cm high. £40-50
1092.   A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Vase, painted in the 'Summer Silhouette' pattern, of tapered two handled form, designed by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, dated 2013, 18cm high. £50-70
1093.   An Anita Harris Deco Sunburst German Shepherd Dog Purse Vase, gold signed, 12cm high. £30-40
1094.   An Anita Harris Homage to Monet Purse Vase, gold signed, 19.5cm high. £60-70
1095.   A German Late XIX Century Porcelain Figure of a Lady Standing Beside a Tree Stump, a bird perched on her shoulder, rocky circular base, 28.5cm high; A Pair of German Candelabra Bases, moulded as a shepherd and shepherdess, 31cm high. (3) £30-40
1096.   An Anita Harris Tuscany Delta Vase, gold signed, 14.5cm high. £40-50
1097.   An Anita Harris Homage to Lowry 'The Potteries' Purse Vase, gold signed, 12cm high. £30-40
1098.   An Anita Harris Stylised Butterfly Skittle Vase, gold signed, 17.5cm high. £50-60
1099.   Five Modern Brooches. £20-30
1100.   Lorna Bailey - 'Mack' CRM the Cat, 12cm high. £20-30
1101.   Lorna Bailey - Humbug the Cat, 18cm high. £20-30
1102.   Royal Doulton Figurines, 'Karen', 'Sara', 'Christmas Day', 'Congratulations' all first quality. (4) £30-40
1103.   Lorna Bailey - Duke the Cat, (John Wayne), 12cm high. £20-30
1104.   Lorna Bailey - Miss Prim the Cat, 14.5cm high. £20-30
1105.   Royal Doulton Figurines, 'Lisa', 'For You', 'Nina', 'Helen' all first quality. (4) £30-40
1106.   Lorna Bailey - Arnie Schwartz the Cat, 12.5cm high. £20-30
1107.   Lorna Bailey - Busy Bee the Cat, 12cm high. £20-30
1108.   Royal Doulton Figurines, 'The Last Waltz', 'Sandra', 'Yours Forever' and 'Susan', (signed and dated 200), all first quality. (4) £30-40
1109.   Lorna Bailey - Tiny Percy the Puffin, 9.5cm high. £20-30
1110.   Lorna Bailey - Muppet the Cat, 13cm high. £20-30
1111.   A Vivid Arts Model of a Shih Tzu Puppy Dog, frost proof indoor/outdoor, boxed. £10-15
1112.   Five Modern Brooches. £20-30
1113.   A Beswick Pottery 'Gentleman Pig' Figure, a new colourway for 1998, limited edition No 1226/2000, 14.5cm high. £15-25
1114.   A Beswick Pottery 'Lady Pig' Figure, a new colourway for 1998, limited edition of 2000, 13.5cm high. £15-25
1115.   Lorna Bailey - Steptoe the Dog, 14cm high. £30-40
1116.   Lorna Bailey - Tiny Marmalade the Cat, (made for the USA market) 9.5cm high. £30-40
1117.   Royal Doulton Figurines, 'Southern Belle', 'Special Occasion', 'Autumn Breezes', 'My Best Friend', all first quality. (4) £30-40
1118.   Lorna Bailey - A Set of Three Wise Monkey Cats - See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, 13.5cm high. (3) £60-80
1119.   Royal Doulton Figurines, 'Elizabeth', 'Soiree', 'Fleur', 'Lynne' all first quality. (4) £30-40
1120.   Lorna Bailey - Rare Fluffy the Cat,12.5cm high. £30-40
1121.   Five Modern Brooches. £20-30
1122.   Lorna Bailey - Moonlight the Cat, (Frankie Vaughan), 14.5cm high. £20-30
1123.   Lorna Bailey - Cruella the Cat, 17.5cm high. £20-30
1124.   An Anita Harris Figure 'Foxy Gent', limited edition 7/14, gold signed, 14.5cm high. £30-40
1125.   Royal Doulton Character Jugs, Bacchus 17.5cm high, The Lawyer, Dick Turpin, The Cardinal, Capt Henry Morgan, Yachtsman. (6) £30-50
1126.   Dixon's, Mearers and Other Cutlery, approximately sixty one pieces, in oak canteen. £30-40
1127.   Royal Doulton Character Jugs, Trapper 18cm high, Don Quixote, North American Indian, Long John Silver, Merlin, Smuggler. (6) £30-50
1128.   A Chinese Cloisonné Koro and Cover, floral and leaf pattern on a dark green ground, with twin handle metal mounts and mounted to a bronze base raised on four elephant formed feet, the pierced cover mounted with metal chilong handles and a later mounted foo dog finial, 42cm high, 47cm wide. £2000-3000
1129.   A Pair of Japanese Pottery Vases, circa 1900, each decorated with Samurai Warriors on dimpled ground 30cm high. £30-50
1130.   A Mid XIX century Black Lacquered Writing Box, with mother of pearl inset decoration to the lid, the interior with fold-out slope with inkwell, key present, 22 x 28cm. £80-120
1131.   A XIX Century Black Lacquer Sewing Box, with allover gilt Chinoiserie decoration, single drawer, fitted interior, in paw feet, sewing accessories noted, approximately 32cm wide. £50-70
1132.   An Impressive Pair of Chinese Green Soapstone Vases, the upper vessel carved in relief with dragons, the bases carved in the form of mythological lions and supports on three feet, 21 x 21.5cm. £500-700
1133.   Oriental Brass Four Face Paperweight, with differing expressions to each side, 10.5cm high. £20-30
1134.   An Oriental Blue and White Tea Bowl, 10.5cm diameter, Imari double gourd vase (repaired), two teapots with faults, made in China plates, brass Buddha, etc. £20-40
1135.   A Late XIX Century Large Japanese Charger, of circular form decorated in the Imari palette with panels of phoenix, dogs of fo, flowers and geometric patterns, the centre with blue flowering shrubs, 62cm diameter £200-300
1136.   A Pair of Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Vases, the panels decorated with female figures with further butterfly, floral and foliate decoration, 61cm high. £250-300
1137.   A Chad Valley Co Ltd Mah-Jong Set, the wooden case with five pull-out drawers containing composition counters and metal sticks, original instruction manual. £25-35
1138.   A Chinese Bronze Censer, of shaped oval form with lizard handles and raises on four mask feet, 13 x 19cm. £100-150
1139.   A Chinese Bronze Tripod Censer, of compressed globular form, with twin handles, the base impressed with a four character mark, 17cm diameter. £500-700
1140.   A Chinese Green Hardstone Model of a Prancing Horse Standing on Rocks, upon a black stepped rectangular base with calligraphy, 31cm high. £50-80
1141.   A 1930's Fitted Box, containing fifteen mirror glass stands, three of octagonal form and twelve rectangular. £20-30
1142.   An Early XX Century Chinese Porcelain Ginger Jar and Cover, of ovoid form decorated with scrolls ad vases of flowers, 21cm high; A Chinese Circular Bowl, painted in panels with floral sprays, 22.5cm diameter (A/f). (3) £40-60
1143.   A Bronzed African Style Tang Horse, rampant position, 40cm high, with detachable rider, Hookah pipe with elephantine base. £20-30
1144.   A Late XIX Century Brass Skimmer, unusually cast in the form of a figure. the handle with crown finial, copper rivets, 59cm long; An Engraved Circular Brass Tray, 30cm diameter. (2) £20-30
1145.   A Mid XX Century Bust, with raised hand, wearing a mask and head piece, the marble rectangular base signed indistinctly (R. Floneruz?) and inscribed Art Craft Studio Neth, 55cm high. £100-150
1146.   A Japanese Late XIX Century Bronzed Jardiniére, of lobed globular form decorated with birds amongst flowering shrubs, signed, 27cm high. £50-70
1147.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Chinese Champléve Enamel Bronzed Vase, decorated with red and white floral bands, of baluster form with mask and ring handles, 53cm high. £40-60
1148.   An Early XX Century Chinese Red Lacquer Stand, the circular top decorated with a phoenix within a key pattern border and raised on four scrolling legs, 44.5cm high. £40-60
1149.   A Chinese Canton Famille Rose Vase, converted to a table lamp with shade, the panels profusely decorated with a cornucopia of birds, insects and flowers, raises on a gilt metal base, 50cm high, (74cm including fitting). £500-700
1150.   Small Miners Lamps, Ferndale Coal, with brass casing 17.5cm high with handle down, a copper topper example with applied Welsh Dragon, and E.Thomas & Williams smaller lamp with brass casing. (3). £40-60
1151.   Miners Lamp, Spiralarm Type 'S', Paten 352267 J.H Naylor, Wigan, 36cm high with handle down. £20-40
1152.   Miners Lamp, The Protector, Eccles, allover brass with ruby glass centre, 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1153.   Miners Lamp, The Protector, Eccles, allover brass, type 6 M&Q, 24cm high with handle down. £20-40
1154.   Miners Lamp, crudely constructed, applied '514; to body, stcm high with handle down. £20-40
1155.   Miners Lamp, Oldham Type A.P 202 755 stamped to body and screw base, 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1156.   Miners Lamp, J.H Naylor of Wigan, aluminium upper body '7241' to brass lower section, 27cm high with handle down. £20-40
1157.   Miners Lamp, E. Thomas & Williams, Aberdare, No 19515 25cm high with handle down. £20-40
1158.   Miners Lamp, in chrome, five bars surmounting gauze and five smaller around glass, 27cm high with handle down. £20-40
1159.   Miners Lamp, The Protector, Eccles, No 15, 27cm high with handle down. £20-40
1160.   Miners Lamp, Hailwood & Ackroyd of Morley, type 01, 27cm high with handle down. £20-40
1161.   Carbide Lamp Premier of Leeds, brass bodied 14.5cm high, a larger grey painted lamp. (2). £20-30
1162.   Miners Lamp, British Coal Mining, type vale, serial no 365038, 21.5cm high with handle down. £20-40
1163.   Miners Lamp, The Wolf Safety Lamp (Wm Maurice) Ltd, Sheffield, Wolf type FS to lower brass ring, P.O 1976 to applied plaque on top, 21cm high with handle down. £20-40
1164.   Miners Lamp, Protector, 9176, 184 to brass lower body, 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1165.   Miners Lamp, Oldham Type S, '1252' to brass oval applied plaque, 29cm high with handle down. £20-40
1166.   Miners Lamp, I.G.D of Leeds, Ringrose Firedamp Alarm, registered design no 792 723. 1406 to top, 26cm high. £20-40
1167.   Miners Lamp, T & W, Aberdare, 65 stamped to brass lower body, 24cm high with handle down. £20-40
1168.   Miners Lamp, Oldham Lantern Automatic Type, 220 volt DC, a fixed loop handle 33cm high. £20-40
1169.   Miners Lamp, I.G.D of Leeds, Ringrose Firedamp Alarm, registered no 792 723. 5860 to top, 26cm high. £20-40
1170.   Miners Lamps, Ceag, Barnsley, Yorkshire, type 4, screw topped, 28cm high with handle down, another with applied '680' plaque 26cm high with handle down. £30-40
1171.   Miners Lamp, Patterson of Felling, Newcastle, 29cm high with handle down. £20-40
1172.   Miners Lamp, black painted top, brass shoulders and base, united by four (of five) vertical bars, 18cm high with handle down. £20-40
1173.   Miners Lamp, The Wolf Safety Lamp (Wm Maurice) Ltd, Sheffield, type FS 108/1 E to brass lower ring, 1983 to plaque on top, 21cm high with handle down. £20-40
1174.   Miners Lamp, The Protector, Eccles, type 6 M&Q, 24.5cm high with handle down. £20-40
1175.   Miners Lamp, Ackroyd & Best, Hailwoods Improved Lamp, Type O.I.B, 26.5cm high with handle down. £20-40
1176.   Miners Lamp, Oldham 900-4090, with brass casing, named to body and screw thread, 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1177.   Miners Lamp, E. Thomas & Williams of Aberdare, gauze body, brass base and shaped hood 24cm high with handle down. £20-40
1178.   Miners Lanp, The Premier Lamp, Leeds, with brass corrugated effect upper body, 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1179.   A Slender Gauze Miners Lamp, Richard Johnson Clapham & Morris, Manchester and Liverpool, with open upper body and 352 applied to lower brass section. 24cm high with handle down. £20-40
1180.   Miners Lamp, E. Thomas & Williams of Aberdare, N 297718, with brass lower body, 34cm high, with handle down. £20-40
1181.   Miners Lamp, Ferndale Coal & Mining Co, in brass, 12cm high with handle down. £20-40
1182.   Miners Lamp, The Ceag Type BE3, with arrow and 6 stamp to copper casing 16cm high. Dominit type DBS 2.5v example. (2) £20-40
1183.   Miners Lamp, Wolf Type FG, App No B2/222 'TH' to plaque on top, 21cm high with handle down. £20-40
1184.   Miners Lamp, The Ceag Inspection Lamp, Barnsley, Yorks, 309721/28, brass body, turned wooden handle, 22cm high. £20-40
1185.   Carbide Lamp Premier of Leeds, brass bodied 10cm high, and larger grey painted lamp.(2) £20-30
1186.   Miners Lamp The Protector, Eccles, type G&6S, M&Q, numbered 38, 24cm high, with handle down. £20-40
1187.   Miners Lamp, the Ceag Inspection Lamp, Barnsley, Yorks, 309721/28, brass body, turned ebonized handle, 22cm high. £20-40
1188.   Miners Lamp, McGeoch, 0583 900-4090 to brass body 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1189.   Miners Lamp, Ceag, Barnsley, Yorkshire, with arched carry handle and arrow to screw top, 28cm high with hook down. £20-40
1190.   Miners Lamp, Naylor of Wigan Spiralarm 'Type 'M', with aluminium upper body and brass central band numbered 1125, 31cm high with handle down. £20-40
1191.   Miners Lamp, Hilwood & Ackroyd of Morley, No 154, 27cm high, the lower body in brass. £20-40
1192.   Miners Lamp, The Wolf Safety Lamp (Wm Maurice, Ltd, Sheffield, wolf Type Fg, App No B2/222, 21cm high with handle down. £20-40
1193.   Miners Lamp, brass shoulders and five vertical supports to iron dome, 845 plaque to body 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1194.   Miners Lamp, The Protector, Eccles, type SL '65' to applied plaque, 24cm high with handle down. £20-40
1195.   Miners Lamp, GKN to aluminium body, 56 & 2 to brass lower section, 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1196.   Miners Lamp, I.G.D of Leeds, registered design 792723, black plastic body, 6660 to brass top, 27cm high with handle down together with type R and type T batteries. (3) £20-40
1197.   Miners Lamp, 'Permissible', with pierced upper body, 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1198.   Miners Lamp, Hailwood & Ackroyd, corrugated upper body, approved under light schedule A to applied label, Log 316 to central brass band, 27cm high with handle down, (glass cracked). £20-40
1199.   Miners Lamp, the Premier Lamp, Leeds, with corrugated upper body, 26cm high with handle down. £20-40
1200.   Miners Lamp, The Wolf Safety Lamp (Wm Maurice) Ltd, Sheffield, Wolf type FS to lower brass ring, P.O 1974 to applied plaque on top, 21cm high with handle down. £30-40
1201.   Miners Lamps Projector of Eccles Type 6, M Q both brass bodied, one stamped National Coal Board, Selby, 24.5cm high with handle down. (2) £30-50
1202.   A Late XIX Century Apprentice Miniature Mahogany Chest of Drawers, of three long and two short drawers, brass handles and raised on bun feet, 38cm high. £50-80
1203.   A XIX Century Mahogany Writing Slope, top with a brass shield insert, brass escutcheon, fitted interior, two inkwells, 35cm wide. £60-80
1204.   A James Dinsdale Ltd., Leeds, Early XX Century Slide Rule, in case. £10-15
1205.   An Early XX Century Horse's Foot Novelty Desk Top Inkwell, with silver plated mounts and lid, inscribed "Owd Billy", horseshoe base, 14.5cm high. £20-40
1206.   An XVIII Century Style Miniature Bow Fronted Chest of Drawers, of two short and two long drawers raised on bracket feet, 18.5cm high. £30-50
1207.   A Mid XIX Century Woolwork Sampler, worked with a Religious passage within a floral border by Alice Taylor, aged 12 years 1846, framed and glazed, 55 x 61cm. £60-80
1208.   A Modern Celtic Roots Bog Oak Carving of Pheasant II, from Boora Bay, Co. Offaly, with certificate, 24cm long £40-60
1209.   A XIX Century Amboyna Box, the top with ebony crossband, brass and mother of pearl lnlay, lined interior, 26cm wide. £40-60
1210.   Cooke's Drainage Level, circa 1900, makers name to cylindrical tubing, 21.5cm long, in original mahogany box for Hibbs of Nottingham. £50-70
1211.   An Early XIX Century Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy, of rounded rectangular form with inset cartouche to the lid, the interior with two compartments with bone knobs, 11cm high, 17cm long. £300-350
1212.   A Late XIX Century Walnut Cased Jewellery Box, the lift-up lid opening to reveal a green velvet lined lift-out tray above two glazed doors and two drawers with brass handles, with contents, 17.5cm high. £30-50
1213.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Tea Caddy, (lacking contents), of rectangular form, the lid with brass ring handle and raised on bun feet, 16 x 33 x 17.5cm. £30-50
1214.   A Late XIX Century Mahogany Writing Slope, with brass cartouche to the lid, the interior with dark green leather sciver, pen tray, stamp compartment, 23 x 35cm. £50-80
1215.   A Mid XX Century Rosewood Sewing Box, the lid with inlaid cartouche within decorative band,, the interior with lift-out tray with red silk lines lidded compartments, 21 x 33cm. £40-60
1216.   A Late XIX Century Mahogany Writing Box, with brass carrying handles, the interior with velvet inset, two inkwells and pen rest, 42cm long. £50-70
1217.   A Late XIX Century Oak Miniature Chest of Drawers, of rectangular form with panelled sides, with two short and two long drawers, 33.5cm high, 32cm wide. £50-80
1218.   Modern Advertising 'Guinness For Strength' Metal Wall Sign, 70 x 50cm. £20-30
1219.   Modern Advertising Esso 'Put a Tiger in Your Tank' Metal Wall Sign, 50 x 70cm. £20-30
1220.   A Theatre Royal Advertising Poster on Silk, to promote the play 'Still Waters Run Deep', March 11th 1859, framed and glazed, 39 x 24cm; two old albums of Music Hall, Sheffield advertising posters, framed and glazed and a Theatre Royal, Sheffield lease agreement dated 21st November 1896, framed and glazed. (4) £30-40
1221.   Scissors in Leather Sheaths, office clips, shells, blotters, frog brooches, etc:- One Tray. £15-25
1222.   Magnifier, Bedlington tape, keys, geometry items, keys, etc:- One Tray £15-25
1223.   Dolls: Russian Cone Bodied, approximately 9cm high, sixteen, ten plaster Indian figurines, three felt faced, celluloid, etc:- One tray £30-50
1224.   James Lock & Co Grey Top Hat in Card Box, XIX Century box 30.5cm wide, a concave example., (3). £20-40
1225.   Grape Scissors, toffee hammers, sugar tongs, scissors, other cutlery:- One Tray £15-30
1226.   Magnifying Glasses, with varying plated handles, the longest 12.5cm overall. (15) £20-40
1227.   A Crackle Glaze Pottery Figure of a Stylized Bull, 17cm high, 23cm wide; An African Mineral Seated Figure, in the Picasso manner, another with pot belly. (3). £20-40
1228.   An Onyx Urn Vase, 22cm high, cylinder vase, lamp, ashtray, calendar, and pair of Hecho bookends £20-30
1229.   Ronson Table Lighters, cigar cutter, corkscrews, etc:- One Tray. £15-25
1230.   The Adventures of Rupert and The New Rupert Book, facsimile editions, plus Peter Pan £15-25
1231.   An Early XX Century Morocco Covered Needlework Box, with key, Russian trinket box, etc. £20-40
1232.   Wray of London Lens, floating dairy thermometer, German decanter as a monk, bottle stoppers, etc:- One Tray £15-30
1233.   A Pair of Early XX Century Brass Model Cannon, with stepped barrels on cast iron wheeled bases, 41cm long. (2) £70-100
1234.   A British Army Rifle Regiment Officers Pattern 1892 Sword, plated hilt with regimental motif, fish skin wired grip, straight fullered etched blade with leather covered scabbard. £120-160
1235.   An East German (DDR) Military Dress Parade Sword, leather wired grip, enamelled national symbol, curved single fullered blade with metal scabbard. £80-120
1236.   A British Army Rifle Regiment Officers Pattern 1827 Sword, plated hilt with regimental motif, fish skin wired grip, slightly curved single fullered etched blade with metal scabbard, manufactured by W. Jones & Co London. £120-180
1237.   A Knights Templar Presentation Sword, ornate crossguard and pommel, red cross motif on bone grip, blade etched with recipients name and manufacturer details "Ambrose Kent & Sons Toronto, Ont" plus red enamel crosses on metal scabbard. £200-300
1238.   A WWII Style Japanese Samurai/Katana Sword, with bronze Tsuba, engraved copper Fuchi and wooden scabbard. covered with shagreen leather. (Overall length of sword approximately 93cm, length of blade approximately 66cm.) £400-450
1239.   A British Army General Officers Mameluke Sabre, with ivory grip, simple crossguard, curved etched blade with brass scabbard, manufactured by Hamburger Rogers & Co London.
*Ivory Act 2022 License Number ABRB1EHN £250-350
1240.   A Scottish Basket Hilt Sword, brass basket with leather wired grip, silk tassel on pommel, straight broad blade marked 1912 on forte and metal scabbard. £100-150
1241.   An Early/Mid XX Century Cream Painted Plaster Bust of Napoleon Bonaparte, 42cm high. £20-40
1242.   After Lecomte; A XX Century Bronzed Bust of Napoleon Bonaparte, with eagle, raised on marble plinth, the back inscribed Lecomte, 22.5cm high. £50-80
1243.   Armoury of St James London; A Model of Napoleon, mounted on a rearing horse, rocky base, boxed. £200-300
1244.   A German Third Reich Kriegsmarine Bulkhead U Boat Clock, Reichsadler with M beneath on Arabic numeral dial, 15990 N to face also with later key, along with a pair of binoculars.
(N.B. The clock movement does not appear to be in working order and has not been checked. There is some damage commensurate with normal wear and tear. The locking mechanism is not working, there is some discolouration of the dial, loss of paint to the case and also a dent in the case. We are unable to pack and post this Lot in-house. We cannot guarantee but we believe this item shows signs of age commensurate with this period.) £200-400
1245.   Three Chinese Carved Wooden Deities, each with painted details, 21 - 28cm high. (3) £50-80
1246.   A Late XIX Century Polyphone Disc Player, of rectangular form with sloping support, wind-up handle and steel comb, with twelve discs. £30-40
1247.   Three Photographs of Italian Young Fascists, together with Italian scenes, plus postcards, in two albums, approximately 115, portrait photographs including Bea;esHardy,McCliesh, Sachs, Pumtree, Cella. £30-50
1248.   A Leitz Elmar F/4 90mm Camera Lens, chrome, serial No. 1725727, partial lack of leatherette to lens, lens hood, leather case. £50-80
1249.   A Leica Camera System Leitz Visoflex II, eye level magnifier, simple magnifier, Leitz Canada Elmar 1:3.5 65mm lens, serial number 1697435, literature, with boxes. £200-300
1250.   A Leitz Wetzlar Elmar Camera Lens, 135mm, F4, serial No. 1802614, UVA filter, lens hood, leather case. £100-150
1251.   An Early XX Century Boudoir Doll, in the Norah Wellings style with fabric face and body, with painted features, plaster hands and feet, wearing an elegant long dress and coat, 73cm long. £20-30
1252.   After L.N. Fowler Pottery Phrenology Heads, 28cm high. (2) £25-40
1253.   Modern Advertising Esso 'Put a Tiger in our Tank' Wall Clock, 30.5cm diameter. £20-30
1254.   An Album of Mainly Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include; birds, christmas greetings, steamers and topographical views, some Yorkshire scenes noted - Queen Hotel Harrogate, Boat Pier Knaresborough, etc. £40-60
1255.   An Album of Early XX Century Children's and Comic Picture Postcards, to include; Donald McGill, D. Tempest, Rex, etc approximately eighty-one in total. £30-50
1256.   Prideaux [Humphrey]: The True Nature of Imposture Fully Display'd in the Life of Mahomet, second edition, printed for William Rogers 1697; Johnson [Dr]: The Poetical Works of William Collins, printed by T. Bensley, 1800; Logic or the Art of Thinking, printed by T.B. for H. Sansbridge and two mathematical books. (5) £40-60
1257.   Rowling [J.K.]: Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, 1st edition, pub by Bloomsbury, with dustwrapper; Two Others, by the same author, Harry Pottery and the Deathly Hallows, 1st edition, with dustwrapper and Harry Pottrr and the Order of the Phoenix, 1st edition. (3) £20-40
1258.   An Album of Mainly Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include; comic, animals, steamers and topographical views, some Yorkshire scenes noted - Locke Park, Barnsley, Briggate Leeds, Spring Bank, Hull, etc. £40-60
1259.   Two Albums of Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include; comic and topographical views including many Sheffield and surrounding areas. £40-60
1260.   A Box of Early XX Century and Later Picture Postcards and Photographs, to include; greetings, art, people and topographical views - Wells Cathedral, Isle of Wight, Cologne, etc. £20-30
1261.   Two Albums of Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include: greetings, WWI silk, comic, Mabel Lucie Attwell, topographical views of Great Britain and Europe. £70-100
1262.   Three Albums of Cigarette Cards, to include John Player - War Decorations and Medals, Wills - Time and Money in different countries and R.J. Lea - Old Pottery and Porcelain. (A Lot) £20-30
1263.   Virtue's Picturesque Beauties of Great Britain, in a series of views by the most celebrated artists, printed by C. Baynes, Duke St, Lincoln's Inn Fields, mid XIX Century. £30-40
1264.   Two Boxes of Early XX Century and Later Postcards, to include: comic, greetings, topographical views - Trafalgar Square, London, Thirlmere and Helvellyn, Princes Parade, Bridlington, etc. £40-60
1265.   Three J.K. Rowling Books - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows and Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, 1st editions, pub by Bloomsbury. (3) £30-50
1266.   An Album of Mid/Late XX Century Picture Postcards of Comic Interest, to include; Pedro Quip and Rali, approximately 103 cards. £30-40
1267.   Doyle [Arthur Conan]: The Sherlock Holmes Long Stories, first edition 1929, red cloth boards, dust jacket (torn) and The Complete Sherlock Holmes Short Stories, 4th pressing September 1931, pub by John Murray, red cloth boards, dust jacket. (2) £100-200
1268.   A Collection of Leica Leitz Camera Accessories, to include:- lens hoods, filters, lens caps, flash holder. £50-80
1269.   A Three Piece Japanese Sword Set, with wooden display stand, includes three straight swords with engraved wooden grips and scabbards. £20-40
1270.   A Kaiser Bird Cage Automation Clock, hung on a polished chrome support and base, 20.5cm high. £40-60
1271.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Gilt Bronze Figure of a Buddha, seated in the lotus position with legs crossed and wearing an ornate headdress and patterned robe, holding a pot, raised on an oval lotus bas, signed, 30cm high. £100-150
1272.   An Austrian Cold Painted Spelter Pheasant Table Lighter, circa 1930's, on lightwood base, 32cm wide. £30-50
1273.   A XIX Century Papier Mache Figure of a Clown, with wobbling head and headless colleague on his shoulders, circular card bases, damages, 18cm high.. £30-50
1274.   A Cornish Serpentine Circular Shaped Inkwell, 10cm. £20-30
1275.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Bronze Figure of a Sage, in flowing robes, his hands clasped, upon a rocky shaped base, signed, 23cm high. £70-100
1276.   A Genesis Fine Arts of Ireland Bronzed Model of a Pheasant, on a grassy outcrop, 43cm long. £20-30
1277.   A Pair of Early XX Century Spelter Figures of Huntsmen with Hounds and Fox, raised on rocky mounds oval bases, 47 and 51cm high. (2) £200-300
1278.   Thomas & Williams of Aberdare Brass Miners Lamp, engraved with personal notation, 25cm high with handle down, XIX Century brass jam pan with iron loop handle, 27cm diameter, Copper tankard, Britannia metal hot water jug, brass tots. £30-40
1279.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century GPO No 16 Skeleton Telephone, with bakelite handle, the earpiece marked No 28, the backplate marked GPO E12 No 16, raised on black painted metal base with two bells underneath, 29cm high. £70-100
1280.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century No 16 Skeleton Telephone, with bakelite handle, the earpiece marked No 28, the bakelite plinth to the central body marked No 16, raised on black painted metal base with two bells underneath, 29cm high. £70-100
1281.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century No 16 Skeleton Telephone, with bakelite handle, the earpiece marked No 28, the bakelite plinth to the central body marked No 16, raised on black painted metal base with two bells underneath, 29cm high. £70-100
1282.   A Set of Five XIX Century Nesting Cup Weights, a similar set of two weights and two brass bell weights, 1lb and 2lbs. (A Lot) £20-30
1283.   After J. Moigniez (French, 1835-1894), two Bronze Models of Stags, modelled on a naturalistic rocky outcrop, each signed to the base, raised on marble plinths, 75cm high. £300-400
1284.   A Late XIX Century Oil Lamp, the opaque glass reservoir painted with flowers, raised on a pierced cast iron base, chimney present, no shade, 66cm high. £20-30
1285.   An Oak Cased Edison Triumph Phonograph, model No. 20706, with horn, 42cm long, 41cm high. £300-350
1286.   A Pair of Mid XX Century Brass Beefeater Fireside Figures, each holding a poker in the form of a sword, 90cm high. (2) £50-80
1287.   A Stanton Instrument Model M.C.I.A Cased Set of Chemist's Precision Scales, 43.5cm high. £50-80
1288.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Writing Box, with brass banding and central cartouche, the interior with velvet inset, lidded compartment, pen rest, etc 49cm wide. £50-80
1289.   Marley Horse Spelter Figure Groups, and lamp as a winged cherub, 46cm high, all with faults. (3) £15-25
1290.   A Bebe Jumeau Bisque Head Doll (Paris, France), with fixed blue glass eyes, painted lashes and brows, closed painted mouth, pierced ears. Jumeau jointed wood / composition body, red printed marks to back of head "Depose Tete Jumeau Bte S.G.D.C", unclothed, measuring approx 25cm tall.

(Condition; Rubbing to upper body, paint loss to ears, mouth smudges, slight hair glue lift, age related wear and tear. 1) Crack to body slightly to the side near leg. 2) Chipping and wear to the body at top back together with crack. 3) Crack to hand. 4) Chips to wrists. 5) Have not taken the wig off. 6) 3cm crack and small chip from her right eye to the top of her head. £2000-3000
1291.   Two Interesting Early 20th Century Autograph / Scrap Books, collected memories of Colwyn Bay September 1918 and later includes drawings, pictures drawn by people met on his travels, poems and other notes, (an intriguing lot worthy of closer inspection) £100-150
1292.   Women In Flight; An Album of Inscripture Verse, sketches and press cuttings circa 1910/20's with numbered pages, to include page 51 a photograph of two ladies in early plane- number 591. Page 50 'True Friendship Never Dies' in French, signed Amelia? Page 94 Flight Back to Germany, Pages 102 to 106 'Lest We Forget' relating to The Sinking of The Titanic. £50-100
1293.   A Short and Mason Ltd. London Compensated Pocket Compass/Barometer, with silvered dial and gilt metal case, contained in a leather case with green silk lining, 5cm diameter. £50-80
1294.   An Early XX Century Chinese Bronzed Miniature Vase, cast with foliage, a beetle upon the rim, signed, 4.5cm high; A Chinese Snuff Bottle and Stopper (lacking spoon), decorated with cockerells and flowers, 9cm high. (2) £70-100
1295.   A Mid XIX Century Snuff Box, carved in the form of a shoe (lacking cover), a black lacquer snuff box, a further snuff box, a white metal hanging pierced egg, a brass William Shakespeare door knocker and a pair of opera glasses in leather case. (6) £20-30
1296.   A Military Supply Syndicate Kukri Knife, (partial stamp to blade), 40.5cm overall length, with two skinning knives in single sheath, three other skinning knives in leather sheaths. £30-50
1297.   A Leica Meter MR (Blank), with original box. £50-80
1298.   A Leitz Summicron F=3.5 cm 1:3.5 Camera Lens, Nr. 1640237, Hota 39mm UV filter. £150-200
1299.   Two Middle Eastern Kukri Knives, one with aluminium handle, the other hardwood, both in leather sheaths. (2). £20-30
1301.   Ten Silver A.R.P Badges, silver buffalo medal, WWI silver medal to 8734 Pte J.E Woolfenden R. Fus. Egyptian inspired tassel, multi tool knife. £30-40
1302.   WWI War Medal - Mons Star, (awarded to 67587 Gunner C.H Vizer Royal Field Artillery), French Overseas Croix De Guerre and Belgian Croix De Guerre. Plus Territorial Army Efficient Service Medal (awarded to 6017397 Signalman G.R. Pert Royal Signals). £30-50
1303.   An Original Bowie Knife, stamped to blade, polished horn handle, 34cm long with leather sheath, Commando style blade dagger with stag handle, 28cm high.(2) £30-50
1304.   Stan Shaw: A Bowie Knife, with stag scales, nickel silver etched bolsters by Peter Devine, worked brass linings, workback to handle and back of blade, overall length 46cm, in fitted lined box with original purchase receipt. £700-1000
1305.   Stan Shaw: A Sowbelly Knife, with mother of pearl scales, etched bolsters by Peter Devine, workback to all springs and blades, worked brass linings, with scissors, leather borer, corn blade, long clip blade, sheepfoot, pen blade, fleam, castrator blade, pruner and button hook, 10cm closed, in original fitted box with original purchase receipt. dated 11.9.07. £900-1200
1306.   WITHDRAWN Stan Shaw; A Two Blade Pocket Knife, with stag scales, nickel silver bolsters and brass linings, 8.5cm closed. £200-300
1307.   WITHDRAWN Stan Shaw; A Two Blade Knife, with stag scales, single nickel silver bolster and brass linings, 9cm closed. £200-300
1308.   Stan Shaw; A Horse's Hoof Cleaning Bladed Knife, with stag scales, single brass bolster, steel linings, 10.5cm closed. £200-300
1309.   Stan Shaw: A Two Blade Knife, with polished horn scales and brass linings, 8.5cm closed. £250-350
1310.   WITHDRAWN A J. Nowill & Son Lock Knife "Shaw Sheffield England"Stamped to the Inside Lining, with stag scales, nickel silver bolsters and brass worked linings, workback to spring and single blade, 13cm closed. £250-350
1311.   WITHDRAWN Stan Shaw; A Lock Knife, with stag scales, nickel silver bolsters and brass linings, 13cm closed. £350-450
1312.   Stan Shaw: A Lock Knife, with hardwood scales, nickel silver bolster and lanyard ring, brass worked linings, workback to spring and back of blade, 13cm closed. £350-550
1313.   Stan Shaw: A Whittler Knife, with three blades, stag scales and brass linings, 9cm closed. £350-450
1314.   Stan Shaw: A Two Blade Knife, with horn scales, nickel silver bolsters, shield cartouche and brass linings, 8.5cm closed. £250-350
1315.   Stan Shaw: A Two Blade Knife, with stag scales and brass linings, 8.5cm closed. £300-500
1316.   Stan Shaw: A Two Blade Two Pence Piece Knife. £80-120
1317.   An Early XX Century French Enamel Trinket Box, of heart shape, decorated with figures and flowers, 7.5cm long; A Circular Enamel Patch Box, decorated with XVIII Century figures and flowers, 4cm diameter. (2) £20-30
1318.   A WWI Copper Ashtray Dardanelles/Gallipoli 1915, inscribed 'Piece of The Dome of Lighthouse on Helles Point Gallipoli', demolished by a 12inch shell fired from H.M.S Prince of Wales 25/4/15. £20-40
1319.   Pens, each with 14k nib, all Conway Stewart (16) £60-90
1320.   Pens, each with 14k nib, Spiral, Chatsworth Peeress, Sheaffer, Burnham, The Fleet, Imperial, Blackbird, John Bull, Stevens, Turnstile, Mentmore, The Bullet, The Popular, Prince, etc. (19) £80-100
1321.   Pens, each with 14k nib, eight Waterman. £50-80
1322.   Sixteen Ink Pens, no gold nibs noted, silver dolls mirror frame. £20-40
1323.   Pens, each with 14k nib, Swan Mabie Todd. (10) £50-80
1324.   Ink Pen, with 18k Queensway nib, two Wyvern 14k examples £20-40
1325.   Pens, each with 14k nib, five Parker, six unnamed. £50-80
1326.   A Leica M3 Rangefinder Camera, 1959, chrome, serial No. 972410, with Leitz Summicron F=5cm 1:2 lens, Nr. 1514125, Leitz UVA filter and lens hood, original Leica leather case, instruction booklet. £700-900
1327.   An Oval Silver and Tortoiseshell Trinket Box, with hinged cover, raised on cabriole legs, 7.5cm long; A Tortoiseshell Back Purse, with bone pencil, a rectangular tortoiseshell box with white porcelain feet and circular box and cover inset in white and yellow metals with a dove, a quiver of arrows and a heart, 6.5cm diameter. (4) £60-80
1328.   A Late XIX Century Sewing Stand, the egg shaped mother of pearl case with gilt metal mounts opening to reveal scissors, thimble, etc, 15cm high. £40-50
1329.   A Mid/Late XX Century Rocking Horse, in dapple grey coat and brown mane and plaited tail, mounted on a rocking wood base, 122cm long. £150-250
1330.   Philip Voyd Handbuilt Turntable, this exceptional piece of audio equipment was manufactured in the early 1980's, and has been in the same ownership ever since. The tone arm has no discernable manufacturers marks, the cartridge is a Koetsu, a hand built cartridge set in a polished onyx body, made in Japan. The turntable is a 3 motor belt drive version connected to an external DIN power supply, serial number 2994.
* Our valuer advises this is an early model and has the PSU with it. It has not been tested by us however, the deck was unplugged and removed from the Vendors property by our staff and the deck was part of the Vendors deceased husbands system which was in use up to his death. The plastic cover is overall marked/scratched, there are very slight scratches to the wooden surround. The Koetsu cartridge is gold not platinum, which was wrongly described in the previous auction.. £1500-2000
1331.   A Large Quantity of L.P's, to include classical, pop and easy listening titles from the 1960's onwards. £30-50
1332.   A Quantity of L.P's and Box Sets, containing Rock, Pop and Classical albums:- Two Boxes £20-40
1333.   A Large Quantity of 12" Singles and L.P's, to include classical, pop and easy listening titles from 1960's onwards. £30-50
1334.   An HMV Oak Cased Zonophone, with large black tin horn, reg No. 668131. £180-250
1335.   Approximately One Hundred and Fifty Classical Records/L.P's, twenty box sets and ten 10" Beethoven, Chopin, Bach, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Schumann, Mozart, Prokofiev, Berlioz, Elgar and many more:- Three Boxes £30-50
1336.   Elvis Costello and The Attractions Framed Display of Their Punch The Clock L.P, measuring 32½" x 19". £20-30
1337.   A Quantity of Shellac 78's, containing jazz, rock and roll, classical and swing titles:- Two Boxes £15-30
1338.   Approximately One Hundred and Forty 12" Singles, with artist such as David Bowie, Blondie, New Order, Inspired Carpets, Tears For Fears, Soft Cell, Duran Duran, A-ha, The Human League, Depeche Mode, The Spencer Davis Group and Enola Gay and many more, includes several promo/white label copies:- One Box £50-80
1339.   Approximately Sixty L.P's From 1980's, with artist such as Talking Heads, Duran Duran, Pet Shop Boys, The Police, Black, Go West, Japan, Heaven 17, Tina Turner, Squeeze and many more:- One Box £50-80
1340.   A Quantity of Rock L.P's, with artist such as Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Meatloaf, Rolling Stones, The Moody Blues, Eric Clapton, Peter Frampton, Barclay Jones Harvest, Possessed, Jimi Hendrix and many more:- One Box £60-100
1341.   Approximately Seventy Jazz Related Records, including artists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Johnny Dodds, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Sammy Davis Jr, Count Basie, Cab Calloway, George Lewis and Dizzy Gillespie and many more:- One Box £30-50
1342.   A Large Quantity of L.P's and 12" Singles, including artists such as Elton John, Dr Dre and Dire Straits and other pop classical and easy listening titles from across the decades:- Three Boxes £20-40
1343.   Approximately Forty L.P's From 1970's, with artist such as Tangerine Dream, Roxy Music, Electric Light Orchestra, Dire Straits, The Moody Blues, Bob Dylan, T-Rex, Stevie Wonders, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Slade and many more:- One Box £30-50
1344.   A Quantity of 7" Singles, to include rock and pop titles from the 60's, 70's and 80's. £20-40
1345.   An Early XX Century Violin, with two piece back and two bows, in case, total length 58cm. £40-60
1345A.  Approximately Fourteen L.P's and 12" Singles, relating to the Beatles and associated groups/solo projects, included is Please Please Me, Beatlemania, John Lennon's Walls and Bridges, Mind Games, Rock n Roll and Paul McCartney Wings, London Town and Good Night Tonight and Back To The Egg:- One Box £20-40
1346.   An Early XX Century French White Metal Trumpet, inscribed 'J.J.L. Hors Concours Paris 1878. 1889, 1900 Thibouville Lamy', cased, 33cm long. £20-40
1347.    A New Windsor Banjo, cased, 90.5cm long.
1348.   Approximately Twenty Five Punk/New Wave L.P's and 12" Singles, including artists such as The Stranglers, Hazel O'Connor, Happy Monday's Pil, Bauhaus, Joy Division, Blondie, The Charlatans, Dead Kennedys and many more:- One Box £50-80
1349.   A XIX Century Violin, labelled Edward Withers, London, with a silver mounted bow, length of back 356mm, cased. £1000-2000
1350.   Cave [William]: Ecclesiastici or The History of the Lives, Acts, Death and Writings of The Most Eminent Fathers of the Church, printed by J.R. for Richard Chiswell, 1683; William [Parch Peter]: Bibl Sanctaidd, pub by Fisher, Son and Co.,; a quantity of quarterly magazines of The Society of King Charles The Martyr, a selection of works on John Williams, the Bishop of Lincoln and Archbishop of York, etc. £70-100
1351.   A Map of The Southern Countries of India, surveyed by Col. Kelly Capwersebe and others, printed for W. Faden, Feb 8, 1788, 95 x 66cm; A Map of the Peninsula of India, hand coloured engraved map, printed by W. Faden, and another of the Coast of Coromandel. (3) £50-80
1352.   Dolls - Berenguer, Antonia Juan, Rauber and Others, together with outfits (13):- One Box. £20-40
1353.   A Box of Cigarette Cards and Tea Cards, to include Wills Wild-Flower Culture in Pots, Brooke Bond - Wild Life in Danger, etc and two modern empty cigarette card albums. (A Lot) £20-30
1354.   A New Map of The Jaghir Lands on the Coast of Coromandel, engraved map, pub 12th May 1794 by Laurie and Whittle, 72 x 54cm; Another, Central India, hand coloured engraving, pub by Wm Faden, 56 x 86cm. (2) £50-80
1355.   Four Vittorio Tessaro Italian Resin Figures, Chatterbox books, pair XIX Century Continental figurines 22cm high, other ceramics. £15-30
1356.   Playing Cards, Canasta sets, silver mounted Morocco case, Patience sets in Morocco cases, etc:- One Box. £30-40
1357.   A Mid XX Century Alabaster Lamp, of urn shape with fluted lower section, raised on a square base, 50cm high. £20-30
1358.   A Folder of Mainly XIX Century Maps and Pages from Atlases, all relating to India. £40-60
1359.   Nader Copper Cooking Pan, scales and weights, stoneware mortar, wooden pestles. £20-40
1360.   Stuart, Thomas Webb and Other Glass Bowls, four glass decanters. £15-30
1361.   A Map of Bengal, Bahar, Oude and Allahabad, by James Rennell, hand coloured engraved map, painted by W. Faden, Jan 1st, 1786, 73.5 x 109cm. £50-80
1362.   An Early XX Century Gilded Brass Fender, with finial tops and pierced and scroll sides, applied mounts, 136cm wide. £30-50
1363.   Coins: 1697 Halfpenny, Other U.K. and World, Sheffield Tramways token, etc, in album, large quantity of postcards, mainly post war. £20-40
1364.   A Dolls House, double fronted, 57.5cm wide; together with conservatory, bed, cot, dresser, three piece suite, fridge and other dolls furniture, utensils, inhabitants, etc. £80-120
1365.   Ethnographica: Three Wooden Wall Masks, the tallest 41cm, metal covered example, two slender hardwood figures, two mythological beasts, etc. £20-40
1366.   Model Boat Interest, to include two pond yachts, rigging, billing boats, Nordkap/476 balsa wood kit (unchecked for completeness - some parts cut from template), part built plastic / vacform model boat, a wooden construction ships hull, measuring 81cm long. £20-40
1367.   A Brass Wire Spark Guard, fire irons and dogs, iron fire accessories, wooden bellows. £30-40
1368.   A Super Sport Tin Plate Comet Child's Pedal Car, in the 1950's manner, light blue, Reg FHN 1, approximately 94cm long. £40-80
1369.   A Louis Vuitton Suitcase, with pull-out tray with straps, paper label numbered 795837, lock numbered 106402, 60cm x 38cm x 22cm. £800-1000
1370.   A Louis Vuitton Suitcase, with pull-out tray with straps, paper label numbered 802926, lock numbered 104035, 70cm x 43.5cm x 21cm. £250-350
1371.   A Michael Kors Tan Saffiano Leather Cross Body Bag, with flat strap and gilt metal hardware. £20-30
1372.   A Pair of Vivienne Westwood 'Melissa' Black Ballet Flats, with bronze bow trim and open toe, size 35/36. £10-20
1373.   A Victorian Black Silk Parasol, fitting within a bamboo cane handle marked with retailer "J.C Vickery, Regent St, London". £15-20
1374.   A Mid XX Century Brown Leather and Snakeskin Trimmed Clutch Bag, with leather lining; A Dark Brown Felt Bolero Hat. £15-25
1375.   An Art Deco Red Velvet Evening Clutch Bag, by Crane Bags, diamanté clasp, a French beaded and embroidered evening bag and ten further evening bags 1930's and later. £30-40
1376.   A Pair of Dolce & Gabbana Black Calf Length Leather Boots, with platform sole and high heel, ankle tie detail, size 38. £15-20
1377.   A Vintage Christian Dior Brown Leather Handbag, of envelope style with gilt logo clasp and flat leather strap. £15-20
1378.   A Pair of Pierre Balmain 'Decolette' Black and Silver Leather Shoes, with platform sole and high heel, size 39, boxed with protective bag. £10-20
1379.   A Fraser Ross of Scotland Plaid Wool Kilt, two further kilts, a Seaforth Highlanders military kilt and two pairs of plaid trousers. £15-20
1380.   A Pair of Vintage Style High Platform Sole Shoes, in diamanté fabric with red heels. £10-15
1381.   A Late XIX Century Paisley Wool Shawl (Cut Down), with fringed end, possibly half size. £10-20
1382.   A Calvin Klein Cream leather Handbag, in textured and smooth leather; a pale Pink Radley Leather Handbag, both with protective covers, a Radley clutch bag in pale blue and a Bessie beige 'croc' effect tote bag. (4) £30-50
1383.   An Early/Mid XX Century Patchwork Quilt, worked in rectangles in the log cabin style, machine stitched, approx 210 x 180cm. £20-40
1384.   A Gents 'Moss Bros' Grey Wool Morning Coat, a similar coat in black, a 'Fortnum & Mason' modern double breasted dinner suit and an 'Austin Reed' Harris Tweed jacket. £20-30
1385.   A 1940's Black Crepe Day Dress, a 'Bijou' pink taffeta day dress and five further dresses. £20-30
1385A.  A Theatrical Frock Coat and Waistcoat in the XVIII Century Style, labelled "Jack Edwards, London", the coat in beige velvet with braid trim, the waistcoat in an embroidered fabric. (2) £20-30
1386.   A c.1970's Courtelle Sleeveless Tunic and Two Pairs of Matching Bell Bottom Trousers, five 1970's jump suits and a blouse. (9) £15-20
1387.   Sid Greene, London Vintage Dress, c.1980's and eleven further 1970's/80's dresses and separates. £10-20
1388.   A Mid XX Century Vintage 'Dorn Model' Brown Velvet Coat, double breasted with full cuffed sleeves and stylised buttons, a grey wool tailor made wool two-piece suit, three further suits, a black crepe knee length coat, a jacket, Gor-Ray skirt and another. £30-40
1389.   Four c.1970's Vintage Laura Ashley Floral Print Dresses, seven others of similar style. (11) £20-30
1390.   A Black Velvet Mourning Capelet, with jet type beaded collar; a black beaded and tassled mourning mantle and a silk drawstring bag. (3) £15-20
1391.   c.1930's Vintage Ladies Underwear, including 'Rico' rayon chemise, silk slips, bras, corsets and a small quantity of contemporary hats. £20-40
1392.   A Dannimac Traditional Trench Style Coat, in beige with tartan lining, a matching wool pencil skirt (both size 10/12) and scarf. (3) £10-20
1393.   An Early XX Century Brass Dinner Gong, hung from elaborate wrought iron stand, with striker, 83.5cm high. £20-30
1394.   A Pair of Concrete Grinding Wheels, 30cm long x 31cm diameter. £20-40
1395.   A XIX Century Stoneware Trough, of rectangular form, 23cm high, 64cm wide, 48cm deep. £50-80
1396.   A XIX Century Stoneware Trough, of rectangular form, 20cm high, 68cm wide, 42cm deep. £50-80
1397.   A Concrete Garden Figure, of classical nude male by wall, approximately 114cm high. £40-80
1398.   A Concrete Garden Figure, of scantily clad female by tree stamp, approximately 118cm high, together with 42cm associated stand. (2). £40-80
1399.   Attributed to Thomas Benjamin Kennington (1856-1916), Boy Holding Two Strings of Onions, standing by railings, oil on canvas, unsigned, re-lined, 130 x 80cm. £200-300
1400.   •After William Russell Flint (1880-1989) *ARR, Venetian Waterway, limited edition 724/750 print, blind stamp, 52 x 73cm £20-30
1401.   •H. Nemthy (Contemporary) *ARR, Arabs on Horseback and Camels in a Desert Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 48 x 58cm. £30-50
1402.   •Terry Gorman (Sheffield Artist, b.1935) *ARR, Taxi Rank and Garage, Rosedale Gardens/Ecclesall Road, Sheffield, watercolour, signed and title lower edge, 24 x 38cm.
*Provenance. This picture was painted for the artists younger sister Jean and his grandfather and himself are depicted in the work. £200-300
1403.   •Alexander Millar (Scottish, b.1960) *ARR, Rear View of a Gentleman Holding a Bottle, pencil sketch, signed lower right, inscribed and signed verso, original receipt from Wensleydale Galleries dated 15/05/2004, 19 x 13cm. £200-300
1404.   •After Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976) *ARR, Lonely House, print, signed in pencil in the margin, blind stamp to left hand side, Hibbert Brothers label verso, 28 x 51cm. £500-800
1405.   •Jenkins (Contemporary) *ARR, Three Wolves in a Snowy Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 58 x 90cm. £30-50
1406.   •H. Taylor (Contemporary *ARR, Doncaster Artist), Fisherman by a Lake in a Country Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 59 x 90cm. £40-60
1407.   •After Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) *ARR, The Walled Garden, artist proof, signed in pencil in the margin, with William Weston Gallery receipt dated Aug 4th 1976, 40 x 51cm, unframed. £200-300
1408.   •Philip Naviasky (Leeds Artist, 1894-1983) *ARR, Toledo - A House Amongst Rocks and Trees, pastel. signed and titled lower left, 37 x 26.5cm. £200-300
1409.   •Philip Naviasky (Leeds Artist, 1894-1983) *ARR, Sleeping Lady, pastel. signed lower right, 29 x 27.5cm. £50-80
1410.   Contemporary, Continental Scene of Figures in a Village with Children and a Dog, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right, 58 x 88cm. £30-50
1411.   Contemporary, Unsigned XIX Century Street Scene with Horses and Carts and Figures, oil on canvas, 48 x 90cm. £30-50
1412.   •Rex Flood (1928-2009)*ARR, Study of an Owl Perched on a Branch, watercolour, signed lower right, 32.5 x 24cm. £40-60
1413.   •G.P Wiseman (Contemporary) *ARR, Turakina Overtaking Ruadehu 1895, watercolour, signed lower right, 37 x 55cm. £60-80
1414.   •G.W. Tracey (Contemporary) *ARR, Cottages on a Cliff Side, oil on canvas, signed and dated 2004 lower right, 47 x 68.5cm; Another, by the same hand, Figures on a Bridge. (2) £30-50
1415.   Contemporary, Masted Ships on Fire by a Shoreline, oil on panel, signed indistinctly lower right, 78 x 97cm. £40-60
1416.   •Peter J. Greenhill (Contemporary) *ARR, Cottage in a Wooded Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 38 x 49cm. £30-50
1417.   •Bernard Page (Contemporary) *ARR, Sailing Ship on a Choppy Sea, oil on panel, signed lower right, 29 x 39cm; Another, indistinctly signed, with fishermen by a shore. (2) £30-50
1418.   •Joe Scarborough (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) *ARR, Policemen Outside the Seven Bells Public House, showing figures and buildings on Edwina and York Streets, signed and dated 1982 lower right, the reverse painted with Appleby Fair (2.5cm tear to canvas), 91 x 44cm. £2000-3000
1419.   Ernest Potter (Fl. Early XX Century), Cottages on a Country Lane, watercolour, signed lower right, 17.5 x 25cm. £20-30
1420.   George Cunningham 'Millhouses', Ltd edition colour print of 500, 26 x 42.5cm, pencil signed, two Terry Gorman and A. R.Kaye signed prints. (4) £15-30
1421.   George Cunningham, Journey's End, limited edition colour print of 500, pencil signed, 31 x 45cm; Together with More George book. (2). £15-25
1422.   •A Walts (Contemporary) *ARR, Dutch Scene with Skating Figures, oil on panel, signed lower right, 28 x 38cm. £30-50
1423.   An Interesting Postcard Addressed to the Artist David Blackburn of Huddersfield, postmarked for 14th May 1974 from Gerry Kem, painted in watercolour with an abstract design, 12 x 17cm, framed and glazed. £40-60
1424.   A Pair of XIX Century Engravings of Cambridge by G. Hayes, 'St John's College New Court' and 'Bridge of Sighs', pub by W.H. Benyon and Co, Cheltenham, 20 x 29cm. (2) £20-40
1425.   •John Livesey (1926-1990)*ARR, The Potting Shed, gouache, signed lower left, 43 x 50cm. £40-60
1426.   •Steve Slimm (b.1953) *ARR, Woodland Landscape, oil on board, signed lower right, 18 x 23.5cm.
1427.   A Pair of XIX Century Engravings of Edinburgh 'The Canongate Tolbooth' and 'The Castle Hill 1845', 16 x 10cm. (2) £30-40
1428.   •Richard Haworth (Irish, Contemporary) *ARR, Donegal Coastal Scene, watercolour, signed lower right, 34 x 48cm. £20-30
1429.   •Louis Jennings (Sheffield Artist, 1919 - 2018) *ARR, Millhouses in April, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1976 lower right and verso, 28.5 x 45cm. £20-30
1430.   •Arthur White (Sheffield Artist) *ARR, Rural Scene with Haystacks and Cart in Foreground, watercolour, signed lower right, 25.5 x 36cm; Another, Hamlet on Steep Incline, initialled G.W. (2). £20-30
1431.   •Steve Slimm (b.1953) *ARR, Cottages in a Cornish Coastal Landscape, oil on board, signed lower left, 18 x 23cm.
1432.   After William Russell Flint, Cecilia Reading limited edition colour print of 750 28.5 x 22.5cm, another of two ladies, limited edition of 850 (2). £20-40
1433.   Two Modern Oils After Famous Artists, to include Vincent Van Gogh and Renoir, a Balinese oil and another. (4) £20-40
1434.   •Victor Sharpe (b.1922) *ARR, Hurricane II - LF 363 and Halifax B-MK3, watercolours, a pair, signed lower right, 26 x 36cm. £40-60
1435.   After William Lionel Wyllie(1851-1931), Cowes, etching, signed in pencil in the margin, titled verso and Horner Galleries label, 19 x 38cm. £60-80
1436.   •George Hamilton Constantine (Sheffield Artist, 1878-1969) *ARR, Changing Pastures, watercolour, signed and titled lower right, 17.5 x 25cm.
1437.   M.S.C. (Mid XX Century), Female Artist in an Interior, gouache, signed in monogram and dated (19)59 lower left, 23.5 x 30cm. £20-30
1438.   Rossi (Continental, XX Century), Sheep and Cattle by a River, in a mountainous landscape, oils on canvas, a pair, signed lower edge and lower right, 47 x 64cm. (2) £60-80
1439.   XIX Century Female Street Vendor Prints, images 24 x 18.5cm (4) £20-30
1440.   •Glynn Williams (Contemporary) *ARR, A Farrier with Two Horses in a Stable, oil on panel, signed lower left, 29 x 39cm. £40-60
1441.   Joe Scarborough, 'Summer of 74 in Millhouses Park', Ltd edition colour print of 850, 36.5 x 50.5cm, ink signed, three others, (4) £20-30
1442.   F. ****, Study of Resting Lions, oil painting, signed indistinctly lower left, 46.5 x 66.5cm, later glazed and framed. £20-40
1443.   •G.P Wiseman (Contemporary) *ARR, Macquarie 1875 A Masted Sailing Ship, watercolour, signed lower right, 37 x y), 54cm. £60-80
1444.   A XIX Century Engraving 'The Rt Hon The Lord Hawke', to the members of the Badwsorth Hunt, pub by J. Broadhead, 93 x 77cm. £15-25
1445.   Contemporary, Unsigned, Girl Carrying Corn Beside Chickens and a Thatched Cottage, oil on canvas, 59 x 49cm. £30-50
1446.   •Steve Slimm (b.1953) *ARR, Storm Clouds Over Land, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 44 x 49cm. £200-300
1447.   •Louis Jennings (Sheffield Artist, 1919 - 2018) *ARR, The Quiet Town, oil on canvas, signed lower edge and verso, 50 x 75cm. £50-80
1448.   •After Mackenzie-Thorpe (b.1956) *ARR, The Boy That Didn't Get a Ticket, from the Game of Life series, limited edition 217/495, printed, signed in pen by the artist, 82 x 93cm. £700-1000
1449.   •After Zacron (Richard Drew, 1943-2012) *ARR, Between Heaven and Earth from the House of Skies, print by Ordnance Survey 1978, signed in pencil in the margin, 44 x 55cm, with booklets. £50-70
1450.   Villarospo, 'Highland Dream', acrylic on canvas, signed lower right, 90 x 80cm. £20-30
1451.   •After Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe (1901-1979) *ARR, Smew, limited edition print number 381/500, signed in pencil in the margin, pub by Tryon Gallery 1976, 43 x 52cm. £20-30
1452.   A XIX Century Rosewood Overmantel, with half column supports and gilded capitals, 72cm wide. £20-30
1453.   A Rectangular Bevelled Wall Mirror, in gilt frame, 99 x 127cm overall. £20-30
1454.   A Rectangular Bevelled Wall Mirror, in gilt frame, labelled Morris Mirrors, 113.5 x 88cm overall, £20-30
1455.   Two Gilt Framed Rectangular Wall Mirrors, the longest 127cm, Royal Mariner ships style clock. (3) £20-30
1456.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Cased Bracket Clock, with brass line inlay, the rectangular case with glazed side panels and stepped pediment with gilt metal acorn finial, raised on paw feet, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, key and pendulum present, 47cm high. £200-300
1457.   A Mid XIX Century Gilt Metal Mounted Boulle Mantle Clock, the dial with white enamel panels with black Roman numerals, inscribed "Edinburgh" and rubbed makers name, key and pendulum present, 37.5cm high. £200-300
1458.   A Late XIX Century French Ormolu Mantle Clock, of roccoco form, the rectangular body with floral swags to the sides and laurel ring handles to each corner and urn finial, inset with Sévres style ceramic panels, the similar dial with black Roman numerals pendulum present, 38cm high. £120-180
1459.   An Elliott Clock, retailed by H.L. Brown and Son Ltd., Sheffield, in a rectangular mahogany case, the silvered dial with chapter ring with black Roman numerals, 16cm high; A Modern 'Spirit of the Wind' Mascot, on a black plinth base. £20-40
1460.   A Late XIX Century Gilt Metal Clock Desk Stand, of architectural form with perpetual calendar, pen rack and pair of ceramic inkwells, 21cm high. £40-60
1461.   An Art Deco Mantle Clock, with surmounted spelter wounded stag, later movement, 65cm long. £20-40
1462.   A Jaeger-Le-Coultre Atmos Clock, in brass case, the square dial with black Roman numerals on white ground, the movement stamped 642009, 23cm high. £500-800
1463.   A German Carved Wood Novelty Scottie Dog Clock, with rolling eyes to tell the time, 14cm high. £50-80
1464.   Five Pound, crowns, cutlery, plated vesta as a book, two silver cased fob watches, mini clocks, cash box, etc. £20-30
1465.   A Late XIX Century Walnut Cased Mantle Clock, with melon finial, reeded sides, eight day Junghans movement, black Roman numerals to silver chapter ring, (top loose), 48cm high. £30-50
1466.   XIX Century Gilded Spelter and Alabaster French Mantle Clock, with mounted figure by white enamel dial, 1542 to back plate, on shaped base and oval ebonised base, under glass done, 41cm overall height. £40-80
1467.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Porcelain Mantle Clock, the two section case in the form of an XVIII Century couple and a dog seated on a swing, the lower section decorated with flowers within elaborate gilt scrollwork, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, inscribed Glading A Paris, 46cm high, key and pendulum present. £300-500
1468.   A Late XIX Century Mantle Clock with Domed Walnut Case, eight day movement, mirrored pendulum 52.5cm high. £20-40
1469.   A Late XIX Century Pine Miniature Chest of Drawers, each with twelve assorted drawers containing a variety of watch/clock makers tools and parts. £100-150
1470.   A Late XIX Century Pine Miniature Chest of Drawers, each with twelve assorted drawers containing a variety of watch/clock makers tools and parts. £100-150
1471.   A Box Containing a Variety of Vintage Watch/Clock Makers Tools and Parts. £50-70
1472.   A XIX Century Paulus Bramer of Amsterdam Dutch Walnut Moonface Longcase Clock, the fretwork capped hood mounted with a figure of Atlas, above column supports, the dial with silvered chapter ring and black Roman numerals and date aperture, the trunk with shaped door with ormolu mounts on bombe base with ball and claw feet, 300cm high (approx), significant restoration noted throughout. £2500-3000
1473.   An XVIII Century Oak Eight-Day Longcase Clock, (Banjamin Reeves Lamberhurst), with stepped top, square door and column supports, brass and silvered dial with date box and minute aperture, the trunk with long door on later base, 220cm high. £200-400
1474.   A XIX Century Mahogany Eight Day Longcase Clock, the white arched dial inscribed "J.S. - Hwirar? Sheffield" and painted with two figures and a camel, Roman numerals and minute/date apertures, the hood with swan neck pediment, arched door and turned supports, the trunk with small door and turned pilasters, the base with a circular panel and shaped apron, 247cm high. £80-120
1475.   A Late XIX Century Circular Wall Clock, the enamel dial inscribed "R.C. Pearce Spikins from Dent, Tooting Bec", black Roman numerals, fusee movement, 38cm diameter, key and pendulum present. £100-150
1476.   A XIX Century Walnut Wall Clock, eight day movement. £15-25
1477.   A Late XIX Century Circular Mahogany Wall Clock, the cream enamel dial inscribed "John Mason (Rotherham) Ltd", with black Roman numerals, fusée movement, 38cm diameter. £80-120
1478.   A Small Queen Anne Style Walnut Bureau Bookcase, with arched top and astragal door, the base with a crossbanded fall to fitted interior, shaped top drawer over two long drawers on carved cabriole legs and claw and ball feet, 186cm high, 60cm wide. £100-150
1479.   A XIX Century Rosewood What-Not, with turned finials, the frieze with 'C' scroll decoration, four shelves and single drawer on scroll feet, 122cm high. £100-200
1480.   A XIX Century Ash Captains Chair, with low back, pierced decoration and sold seat, on turned legs united by stretchers. £30-50
1481.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Rocking Chair, with pierced splat and rail supports on turned legs with 'H' stretcher. £80-120
1482.   A XIX Century Yew Wood Windsor Chair, with hooped back and pierced splat, elm seat on turned legs (cut down) with crinoline stretcher. £40-60
1483.   An Art Nouveau Oak Armchair, with upholstered back and seat, shaped arms and spindle supports on turned and block supports united by stretchers.. £80-120
1484.   A XIX Century Mahogany Chaise Longue, with turned spindles to padded arm, scroll supports to padded back, on turned supports. £60-100
1485.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Armchair, with hooped back and upholstered back, seat and arms, serpentine shaped front rail on scroll cabriole legs. £40-80
1486.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Armchair, with a shaped and scroll back and scroll arms on turned supports. £40-80
1487.   A XIX Century Upholstered Armchair, on turned and reeded rosewood legs. £25-40
1488.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Pad Arm Windsor Chair, with hooped back, pierced splat and pad arms on turned legs with 'H' stretcher. £80-120
1489.   A XX Century French Kingwood Occasional Table, with marquetry 'C' scroll and foliate top, single drawer, shaped sides on cabriole legs with ormolu mounts, 76cm high, 62cm wide. £500-600
1490.   A XX Century Kingwood Side Table, with a gilded gallery and rouge marble top, single drawer on shaped supports with ormolu mounts, the undershelf with lozenge decoration, 76cm high, 52cm wide. £400-600
1491.   An Early XX Century Oak Filing Cabinet, the top with moulded edge, tambour front to internal shelves, on a plinth base, 112cm high, 48cm wide. £100-150
1492.   A Mid XIX Century Rosewood Serpentine Shaped Three Tier What-Not, with pierced and shaped back, three shelves and turned and reeded supports, 110cm high, 97cm wide. £100-150
1493.   A XIX Century Continental Painted Pine Rectangular Shaped Window Seat, with upholstered top on shaped supports with scroll decoration, central foliate carved stretcher, 143cm wide. £100-150
1494.   A XIX Century Rosewood Card Table, the fold-over top with baized interior, raised on bulbous and block pedestal and quatrefoil base with bun feet, 71cm high, 91cm wide. £150-200
1495.   A XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, of two short and three long drawers, plinth base on circular feet, 116cm high, 119cm wide. £100-150
1496.   A XX Century Ebonised Eight-Sided Screen, decorated with figures. £50-100
1497.   A 1960's Floor Standing Rocket Lamp, with orange spun fibre glass shade, on three shaped teak legs, united by brass pins, 113cm high. £50-80
1498.   A Bentima Battery Wall Clock, with teak wheel surround, 41cm diameter; together with a brass tubular standard lamp, with teak mounts and circular base. (2) £30-50
1499.   A Mahogany Inlaid Rectangular Shaped Bijouterie Cabinet, with hinged lid, glazed top and sides, on square supports, 46cm high, 88cm wide. £40-80
1500.   A Chinese 'K'ang Cupboard, the top with cupboard door, two small drawers with carved decoration, two dummy drawers, twin central cupboard doors with brass lockplate, cared and shape frieze, on block supports, 46cm high, 127cm wide. £100-150
1501.   A XVIII Century Continental Walnut Cylinder Writing Desk, with a crossbanded top, cylinder fall, fitted interior, sliding slope, two break fronted long drawers, on later bracket feet, 125cm wide x 110cm high. £100-150
1502.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Rectangular Shaped Stool, with drop-in seat, square chamfered supports united by stretchers, 50cm high, 40cm wide. £30-50
1503.   A Modern Mahogany Stained Plant Stand, the circular top raised on barley twist supports and cabriole legs, 74cm high. £10-20
1504.   An Early XIX Century Oak Chest of Drawers, the top with moulded edge over two short and three long drawers on bracket feet, 77cm high, 77cm wide. £80-120
1505.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Italian Rosewood and Ebony Cabinet, the central cupboard with ivory inset, column supports with ivory capitals, four internal drawers, flanking drawers with bronzed roundels of Caesar over three drawer with brass inlay, the base with a long drawer, column supports with open shelf and lower drawer, plinth base, 138cm high, 114cm wide.
* Ivory act 2022 registration number H8PGLGEN
1506.   A Pair of Mahogany Lamp Tables, with pierced gallery tops, square supports with corner brackets united by 'X' stretchers, 61cm wide, 65cm high. £50-100
1507.   A XIX Century Mahogany and Pine Gothic Style Cabinet, with glazed doors, shaped brackets and column supports on plinth base, 137cm wide. £50-100
1508.   A XVII Century Joined Oak Livery Cupboard, with carved frieze, twin cupboard doors and panelled base on stile feet, 173cm high, 152cm wide. £200-300
1509.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Press, with panelled doors and reeded sides above two short and two long drawers on turned and reeded legs, 212cm high, 122cm wide. £50-100
1510.   A Chinese Stye Wedding Chest, the top with brass lock plates to folding doors, the base with folding doors, internally with four small drawers, central shelf and further two small drawers, on square supports, 176cm high, 110cm wide. £60-100
1511.   A XIX Century Brass and Black Painted Cast Metal Bed, with brass finials and black rail supports, 126cm wide. £100-150
1512.   An Early XX Century Pine Dresser, the upper section with three shelves, the base with moulded edge over four small drawers and twin panelled doors with central open space, 225cm high, 151cm wide. £100-200
1513.   A King George VI Limed Oak Coronation Stool, with a blue velvet upholstered seat, gold braid trim, stamped beneath stretcher "GR VI Coronation North Sons, West Wycombe", together with the Official Souvenir Programme and a Coronation Souvenir book 1937. (3) £70-100
1514.   A XIX Century Pembroke Table, with drop leaves and single drawer on turned and reeded legs, . £20-40
1515.   An Early XX Century Drop Arm Settee, on small cabriole legs (lever not working), 180cm wide. £20-40
1516.   An XVIII Century Style Mahogany Settee, with upholstered back, seat and arms, on moulded legs united by stretchers, 225cm wide. £80-120
1517.   A XIX Century Mahogany Two Seater Settee, with a shaped back and scroll arms, on small cabriole legs, 150cm wide. £40-60
1518.   An Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Music Cabinet, with four fall front drawers and panelled door on tapering supports, with undershelf, 84cm high, 80cm wide. £50-100
1519.   A Regency Style Armchair, with upholstered back, seat and arms and caned sides, on turned and reeded legs. £40-60
1520.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Inlaid Credenza, the frieze and central door with inlaid and 'C' scroll decoration, flanking serpentine glazed doors with two internal shelves, on plinth base with circular feet with ormolu mounts, 105cm high, 176cm wide. £600-800
1521.   An XVIII Century Oak Bureau, with hinged fall to fitted interior over four long drawers on bracket feet, 118cm high. £50-100
1522.   A XIX Century Mahogany Bow Fronted Chest, with three small and three long drawers, crossbanding to the top and drawers, on bracket feet, 106cm high, 118.5cm wide. £80-120
1523.   A George III Mahogany Chest, with crossbanded top over two small and three long drawers on bracket feet, 99cm wide. £50-100
1524.   XIX Century Mahogany Two High Library Steps, the top step with hinged lid, on turned supports, 44cm high. £30-50
1525.   A Late XVII/Early XVIII Century Joined Yew Wood Side Table, the top with moulded edge over a single drawer, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 73cm high, 92cm wide. £200-300
1526.   A XX Century Chinese Style Walnut Dining Room Suite, comprising an oval shaped extending dining table and set of eight chairs (two carver and six single). £200-300
1527.   A XIX Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top and turned pedestal on cabriole legs, 74cm high, 99cm wide. £20-40
1528.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular dish top on turned pedestal and cabriole legs, 70cm high. £50-100
1529.   An XVIII Century Oak Mule Chest, with hinged top, triple panelled base over two drawers on bracket feet, 77cm high, 120cm wide. £50-100
1530.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Coffee Table, with oval top on turned and block supports with undershelf, 118cm wide. £60-100
1531.   A Chinese Elm Wood 'Beijing Chair', with shaped back splat, shaped arms and solid seat on square supports with a foot rest. £50-100
1532.   An XVIII Century Joined Oak Coffer, with hinged top, four panelled base, on stile feet, 141cm long. £50-100
1533.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Oak Wakes Table, with drop leaves on turned and block supports united by stretchers on ball feet, 170cm long. £100-200
1534.   A Harlequin Set of Eight Ash and Elm Chairs, seven chairs with turned spindles and solid seats on round legs united by stretchers together with a similar armchair. (8) £50-100
1535.   A XX Century Walnut Three Pedestal Dining Table, with 'D' ends on turned pedestals and shell carved cabriole legs and claw and ball feet, 76cm high, 224cms wide. £300-400
1536.   A Set of Eight Early XX Century Mahogany Dining Chairs, (six single and two carvers), with turned bar back top rail and satinwood crossbanding to back and supports, stuff over seats, on turned and block supports. £200-300
1537.   A XVII/XVIII Century Islamic Hardwood Blanket Box, the top with pierced brass decoration, the base with brass lock plate and pierced brass corner brackets, with carrying handles, on a stepped base, 54cm high, 134cm wide. £300-400
1538.   An XVIII Century Oak Mule Chest, with hinged top, triple panelled base over two small drawers on bracket feet, 85cm high, 131cm wide. £50-100
1539.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Ladies Sewing Table, with quarter veneered inlaid top, fitted interior and tapering basket on turned sup[ports and cabriole legs, 71cm high, 62cm wide. £120-150
1540.   A Set of Six XIX Century Rosewood Chairs, with a 'C' scroll back, overstuffed chairs, on turned and reeded forefront legs (damaged). £60-100
1541.   An Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Chair, with rail supports and upholstered seat on tapering legs. £25-30
1542.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Occasional Table, with a shaped quarter veneered top, turned finials to underside of top, the shaped sides with pierced decoration, on scroll feet, shaped stretchers, 72cm high, 66cm wide. £150-200
1543.   A XIX Century Mahogany Bound Peat Bucket, of coopered construction, 34cm high. £80-120
1544.   A XIX Century Ash and Elm Pad Arm Captains Chair, with a low back and turned spindles, on turned legs united by stretchers. £80-120
1545.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Armchair, with rail supports and upholstered seta on tapering legs and spade feet. £25-40
1547.   A Pair of XIX Century Mahogany Armchairs, with scroll arms on cabriole legs. £80-120
1548.   A Late XIX Century Carved Oak Pedestal Desk, with crossbanded top inset with brown leather sciver, central drawer and flanking pedestals with carved grotesque handles, on plinth bases. £150-200
1549.   A set of Six Early XX Centuiry Ash Captains Chairs, with low backs, pierced decoration, turned spindles and later upholstered seats, raised on turned legs united by stretchers. (6) £120-150
1550.   A XX Century Chinese Style Walnut Oval Shaped Coffee Table, with four panel glass top and shaped frieze. £15-25
1551.   A XIX Century Oak Hall Stand, with applied pediment with scroll decoration, central mirror, fifteen turned hat hooks, a turned and reeded rail with finial ends, drip trays, on a plinth base, 226cm high, 146cm wide. £500-800
1552.   An Early XX Century Ebonised Display Cabinet, with arched pediment over twin glazed doors on cabriole legs, with chinoiserie and gilt decoration, 188cm high, 117cm wide. £300-400
1553.   A William IV Style Mahogany Armchair, with scroll arms, upholstered back and seat, on turned and reeded supports. £50-100
1554.   An XVIII Century Hepplewhite Open Armchair, the shield shaped back with fan and foliate decoration, carved and pierced splat, shaped arms and upholstered seat on moulded forefront legs. £40-80
1555.   A XIX Century Painted Bergére Armchair, with caned back and seat, shaped arms, on turned legs. £50-100
1556.   A Pair of XVII Century Joined Oak Back Stools, with finial tops, 'S' shaped rail over a back panel with lozenge decoration, solid seats on turned and block supports. £200-300
1557.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Secretaire Breakfront Bookcase, with stepped cornice, glazed astragal doors, a central secretaire drawer over twin panelled doors flanking cupboard doors on a plinth base, 228cm high, 220cm wide.
* Ivory Act 2022 registration number 9ZBXS7SV £500-800
1558.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Indian Hardwood Four Fold Screen, decorated with figures, animals and foliage (some damage) missing pelmet, 186cm high, 240cm wide. £100-200
1559.   A XX Century Coal Box/Seat, with leather upholstered seat, gilded and pierced corner brackets, twin handles on ball feet, 56cm high. £100-150
1560.   A Late XIX Century Chinese Hardwood Jardiniére Stand, the shexagonal top inset with rouge marble within a beadwork edge above a pierced frieze and raised on carved cabriole legs joined by a tripod stretcher, 91cm high. £80-120
1561.   A Late XIX Century Chinese Hardwood Jardiniére Stand, the square top inset with rouge marble within a gadrooned edge above a pierced frieze and raised on carved cabriole legs joined by a square stretcher, 91cm high. £150-200
1562.   A Pair of 1920's Oak Stools, with caned tops on turned and block supports united by turned stretchers, 38cm high, 41cm wide. £25-45