The Sheffield Sale plus Vinyl Records & Music Ephemera Auction @ 10am
on Thursday 18th

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1.      A Fascinating Collection of Over Seventy Rock, Prog and Pop L.Ps, to include Patrick Woodraffe and Dave Greenslade - The Pentateuch Of The Cosmagory (inc. book), Queen - A Day At The Races and A Night At The Opera, Wings - Wild Life (1st pressing), The Fugs - Golden Filth, Free-Free Easy Rough and Ready, Pink Floyd - Relics, King Crimson - In The Wake Of Poseidon, Deep Purple - Concerto For Group and Orchestra and In Concert, with more by Steve Hackett, Love, Yes, Pete Townsend, Santana, Wishbone Ash, The Nice, Moody Blues, etc. £120-160
2.      A Collection of Approximately Twenty Five L.Ps and Thirty Five 7" Singles, the L.Ps include a Rolling Stones live bootleg with stone No. 2 written on it, Sticky Fingers and Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out, Cheap Trick- At The Budokan (yellow vinyl), Mott The Hoople - Mod Shadows and more. The singles contain titles by Johnny Sandon, The Marauders, Kinks, The Who, The Troggs and Rolling Stones. £30-50
3.      Twenty Four L.P Eric Clapton Collection, comprising of Derek and The Dominoes - In Concert and Layla, Eric Clapton - August, Theres One In Every Crowd, Slowhand, Rainbow Concert, No Reason To Cry , Backless, Journeyman, 461 Ocean Boulevard, Just One Night and Behind The Sun, Delaney and Bonnie and Friends On Tour with Eric Clapton and White Mansions. £40-60
4.      A Fabulous Collection of Six Original 1st Pressings From the 1960's, East Of Eden - Mercator Projected (Deram SML 1038, 1969), Blind Faith - Blind Faith (Polydor 583059, 1969), Family - Music In A Dolls House (Reprise RLP6312, 1968), Family - Entertainment (Reprise RSLP 6340, 1969) with the insert, Ten Years After - Ten Years After (Deram DML 1015, 1967) and Bonzo Dog Band - Tadpoles (Liberty LBS83257, 1969). This collection should be given very close attention as their rarity and condition deserves. £100-160
5.       A Noteworthy Collection of Forty L.P's, to include John Mayall - Back To The Roots and Moving On, The Bryds - Untitled, Farther Along, Jimi Hendrix - In The West and Birth of Success, Notting Hillbillies - Missing Presumed Having a Good Time, Dire Straits - Money For Nothing, Love Over Gold and Making Movies, Bob Dylan - Self Portrait and Bob Dylan (1962) also more by Steeleye Span and Donovan. £50-80
6.      Approximately One Hundred and Twenty Country Music L.P's, that includes many noteable titles and artists, such as Jimmie Rodgers - My Rough and Rowdy Ways and Never No Mo', Blue and many more of his albums. Others by Ernest Tubbs, Hank Williams, Lefty Frizzell, Patsy Cline, Jimmie Loafdon, Porter Wagner, Hank Snow, Gene Autry, etc. £20-40
7.      Magazines - Mojo collection of magazines with accompanying CD's (some in sellophane wrapper) approximately ninety five and one hundred and ninety eight CD's, issue from circa 1996, 2005, 2011, 2013, 2018 and 2020. £20-40
8.      A Collection Of Over Fifty L.P's, to include Deep Purple - In Rock (Harvest SHVL 777, 1970) 1st pressing, Jethro Tull - Benefit (Chrysalis ILPS 9123, 1970) green label, The Nine - Five Bridges (Charisma CAS 1014, 1970) 1st pressing, Creedence Clearwater Revival - Cosmos Factory, Booker T and The MG's - McLemore Avenue, Cat Mother and The All-Night Newsboys - Albion Doo-Wah and others by Mott The Hoople, The World, The Band, Santana, Walker Brothers, etc. £60-100
9.      Collection of 7" Singles, with titles from The Beach Boys, The Hollies, Mozart, The Happenings, The Shadows, Jim Reeves, Cilla Black, The Mamas and Papas, Elvis Presley, approximately three hundred and ten. £50-80
10.     Over Sixty Mainly Soul and Motown L.Ps, comprising of Black Velvet - People Of The World (Pye NSPL 18392) 1972, Otis Redding - At The Whisky - A - Go Go, Bob Marley and the Wailers - Survival and Exodus, Temptations - Live, The Supremes - Sing Motown, The Platters - Going Back To Detroit and others by Mahalia Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Kool and The Gang, Shalamar, Roberta Flack, Luther Vandross, Gladys Knight, Smokey Robinson, George Benson and May Wells. £30-50
11.     Beatles Interest L.Ps, to include From Liverpool The Beatles Box a mail order only eight L.P box set from 1980, Silver Beatles (Dutch Import), Beatles 65 (German Import) and Beatles Again (Spanish import). £40-60
12.     A Collection of Compilation Albums, fifty titles to include Wowie Zowie, The Age Of Atlantic, The Rock Machine Turns You On, Gutbucket, Old Grey Whistle Test, Formula 30, Rock Anthems, Fill Your Head With Rock, Nice Enough To Eat, New Age Of Atlantic, You Can All Join In, Handle With Care and many more. £20-40
14.     A Collection of Over Seventy Shellac 78 RPM Records, containing a large amount of Rock n' Roll and Pop titles such as Buddy Holly - Peggy Sue (Coral Q 72293), Buddy Holly - Early In The Morning (Coral Q 72333), Bill Haley - Don't Knock The Rock (Brunswick 05640), Little Richard - The Girl Can't Help It (London HL-O 8382), Gene Vincent - Be-Bop-A-Lula (Capitol CL 14599), Johnny Cash - I walk The Line (London HL 8358), Little Richards - Baby Face (London HLU 8770) and many more by Lonnie Donegan, Bill Haley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bobby Helms, The Chordettes, The Mudlarks, The Playmates and The Crickets. £30-50
15.     A Collection of Approximately Thirty L.Ps and One Hundred 7" Singles, the L.Ps include Kraftwerk - Radio-Activity, David Bowie - Stage, Human League - Travelogue, Beatles - 1962-1966, Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn and On The Threshold Of A Dream, with others by Michael Jackson, OMD, Eagles, Heart and Bob Marley. £30-50
16.     Eighties Interest L.Ps, sixty four titles by artists that include The Cure, REM, Madonna, Tough, Tears For Fears, Dire Straits, Simply Red, Queen, Wham, Spandau Ballet, Howard Jones, Peter Gabriel, Grace Jones, Thomspon Twins and many more. £60-100
17.     A Collection of Sixteen L.Ps and a Few 78 RPM Shellac Records, the L.P's include The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - The Impossible Dream, Emerson Lake and Palmer - Emerson lake and Palmer, Jethro Tull - Heavy Horses and a Michael Moorcock and The Deep Fix - The New World's Fair and others by Yes, Bad Company, Rod Stewart, etc. The shellacs contain a variety of genres and does include a few Elvis Presley recordings such as Hard Headed Woman/Don't Ask Me Why (RCA 1070) 1958. £30-50
18.     A Quantity of Shellac 78s, mainly Classical works, nine Classical interest books and fifteen L.Ps to include Lindisfarne - Fog On The Tyne and others by Simon and Garfunkel, frank Sinatra and John Denver. £10-20
19.     Posters: Various Artists, such as Jessie J, The Wanted, Elvis Presley, Bon Jovi, Linkin Park, UB40, The Vines, Lenny Kravitz, Feeder, Rihanna, 60 cm x 94cm, approximately sixty one, multiple duplicates.
£20-40
20.     Posters: Various Artists, such as U2, New Found Glory, Fall Out Boy, Rancid, Bob Dylan, Billie Holiday, Elvis Presley, Beyonce, Will Young, Nelly, 65 cm x 90cm, approximately seventy one, multiple duplicates.
£20-40
21.     Posters: Various Artists, such as The Ordinary Boys, Morrissey, Metallica, Blink 182, James Blunt, Ben Harper, 62 cm x 88cm, approximately sixty two, multiple duplicates.
£20-40
22.     Posters: Various Artists, such as Beyonce, Ricky Martin, Good Charlotte, John Lennon, Alkaline Trio, Kula Shaker, 64cm x 90cm, approximately fifty three, multiple duplicates.
£20-40
23.     Posters: Various Artists, such as Morrissey, Jimi Hendrix, Black Eyed Peas, Travis, Static-X. Michael Jackson, Radiohead, 60 cm x 95cm, approximately sixty five, multiple duplicates. £20-40
24.     Posters: Various Artists, such as Aerosmith, Beyonce, Queens of The Stone Age, Chris De Burgh, Westlife, Ryan Adams, Suzanne Vega, A-HA, 65 cm x 90cm, approximately fifty seven, multiple duplicates. £20-40
25.     Posters: Various Artists, such as Manic Street Preachers, The Verve, Rooster, Yellow Card, Mel B, U2, 65 cm x 90cm, approximately fifty five, multiple duplicates.
£20-40
26.     Posters: Various Artists, such as The Beatles, Kanye West, Marilyn Manson, Foxy Brown, Shania Twain, 65 cm x 80cm, approximately sixty nine, multiple duplicates.
£20-40
27.     Posters: Various Artists, such as Staind, Morrissey, Duran Duran, Kid Rock, Feeder, 65cm x 95cm, approximately sixty, multiple duplicates. £20-40
28.     Posters: Various Artists, such as Ms Dynamite, Nitzer EBD, The Darkness, Scorpions, Placebo, 65cm x 95cm, approximately sixty, multiple duplicates. £20-40
29.     Posters: Various Artists, such as Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Justin Timberlake, Abs, Elvis Costello, The D4, Coldplay, The Calling, 63cm x 93cm, approximately sixty one, multiple duplicates. £20-40
30.     Posters: Various Artists, such as Morrissey, U2, Lisa Stansfield, Savage garden, Mudwayne, Ryan Adams, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Tovium, The Killers, Harry Connick Jr, Weezer, rage Against the Machines, The Rat Pack, 65cm x 92cm, approximately fifty eight, multiple duplicates. £40-60
31.     Posters: Various Artists, such as So Solid Crew, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Michael Jackson, UB40, Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, Alkaline Trio, 61cm x 92cm, multiple duplicates, approximately sixty eight. £40-60
32.     A Sony TC-377 Stereo Reel to Reel Tape Deck, with owners instruction manual, (untested sold for parts only). £30-50
33.     Philips N4422 Magno Control Reel to Reel tape Deck, with attached Cresta Socket master unit (untested). £60-100
34.     Two Reel to Reel Tape Decks, Sony TC-252W with its own speakers and a Tandberg series 15, (both untested). £30-50
35.     A Pair of Peavey Pro-15 Passive Speakers, (untested). £50-80
36.     Marshall Valvestate VS65R Guitar Amplifier, (untested). £20-40
37.     A Pair of Wharfedale EVP-X12PM Powered Wedge Speakers, and a Peavey PR Sub Bass Speaker. £60-100
38.     A Pair of Rare Cambridge Audio R50 Teak Cased Speakers, (untested for for parts only), dimensions:- 108cm high, 33cm wide, 45cm deep. £60-100
39.     A Custom Built L.P Record Storage Cabinet, dimensions 122cm high, 69cm wide, 38cm deep. £20-40
40.     Bang and Olufsen Audio Equipment, to include a Beogram 1500 Turntable with built in amplifier, a pair of Beovox 1000 speakers and a Beomaster 1700 tuner (untested). £60-100
41.     A Sony XO-D101SCD Stereo System, untested sold for parts only. £10-20
42.     A Pair of KEF Corelli SP1051 Speakers, (untested). £60-100
43.     Pair of Epos M8i Speakers and Stands, (untested). £50-80
43A.    Pair of Epos M12i Speakers, (untested). £50-80
44.     Bang and Olufsen Beomaster 1000 Receiver, Beogram 1000 Record Deck, and a pair of Beovox 2700 Speakers, (untested). £50-80
45.     A Battery Operated Dancin Shoutin Animated James Brown 'The Godfather of Soul' Plastic Model Figure, by Gemmy Industries Corp, approximately 18" high, untested, boxed. £25-50
46.     A Pair of Tannoy Chatsworth Speakers, circa 1970, 33" high x 15½" wide x 10½" deep, these come with their original operating instructions and are untested. £300-500
47.     A Bang and Olufsen Audio System, to include Beomaster 3000 Receiver, Beocord 2000 Cassette Deck, Beogram 3000 Record Deck, with original speakers, remote and instructions, (all untested sold for parts only). £80-120
48.     Audio Equipment, to include Arcam Alpha Six Plus Amplifier, Arcam Alpha Seven Tuner, Marantz CD63 MK2 C.D Players and Sony TC-K611S Cassette Deck, (all untested for for parts only). £60-100
49.     Sansui SR-222 MK2 Turntable, and a pair of Kef Cresta 10 speakers (both untested). £50-80
50.     A JVC JA-S31 Stereo Amplifier and a JVC KD-720 Cassette Deck, (untested). £20-40
51.     Onkyo Audio System, to include A-921 Amplifier, T-409 tuner, C-721 C.D player and K-R609 cassette deck, (untested). £30-50
52.     Alesis SA-16 Drum Machine, boxed with power adaptor (untested sold for parts only). £20-40
53.     Bang and Olufsen Beocord 1600 Reel to Reel Tape Deck, circa late 1960's (untested sold for parts only). £40-60
54.     Bose Audio Equipment, comprising of Powered Accoustimass 3 Series two speaker system, with remotre and a Lifestyle Model 5 music centre (both untested). £30-50
55.     H-Fi- Arcam 8 CD Player, includes original remote and instructions, worthy of closer inspection. £60-100
56.     Laramie by Rosetti Acoustic Classical Guitar and Case, four sheet music books for clarinet and violin with custom sheet music case and System Maetzel Metronome in case with instructions. £30-50
57.     Symbols, to include a pair 13" Paiste Hi-Hats (note small crack on one edge), Zilijan 15" Symbol (noe a small crack to the edge) and a 20" Crash Symbol. £15-30
57A.    Skylark Brand Violin, bow and case and spare strings, ¾ Cello by Gear 4 Music with bow and case. £30-50
58.     Elvis Presley Shellac 78 RPM Collection, thirteen records that comprise of Loving You (RC 24001), I Got Stung (RCA-1100), A Fool Such As I (RCA-1113), All Shook Up (POP 359), Blue Moon (POP 272), Rip It Up (POP 305), My Baby Left Me (POP 235), Blue Suede Shoes (POP 213), Blue Moor (POP 272), Love Me Tender (POP 253), Jailhouse Rock (RCA 1028) and Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do (RCA 1020). £30-50
59.     Magazines - Rolling Stones, approximately forty eight, including issues from circa 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977 and 1980, no dupicates. £60-100
60.     Collection of 7" Singles, with titles from Sam Cooke, Percy Sledge, The Supremes, The Turtles, Nat King Cole, Roy Orbison, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Shangri-Las, Bobby Vee, Sonny and Cher, Mozart, The Teddy Bears, approximately two hundred and fifty. £20-80
61.     An eclectic Mix Of Over Thirty L.P's, to include Motorhead - No Sleep Til Hammersmith and Iron Fist, Rush - All The Worlds A Stage, Morrissey - Viva Hate, Queen - Night At The Opera, The Miracle, A Kind Of Magic, Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, with others by The Beatles, U2, Talking Heads, Rolling Stones, Roxy Music and Yes. £40-60
62.     A Large Quantity of 7" Singles, mainly from the 60's and 70's by artists as diverse as Badfinger, Traffic, Be-Bop Deluxe, George Harrison, Bryan Ferry, The Beatles, The Specials, Blue Mink, Emile Ford and The Beach Boys. £20-40
63.     Forty Five L.P's, to include King Crimson - Earthbound, Uriah Heep - The Magicians Birthday, Yes - Going For The One and Close To The Edde, ACDC - Back In Black, Whitesnake - 1987 and more by Simply Red, Lindsay Buckingham, Roberta Flack, Joe Cocker, Michael Jackson and Four Tops. £40-60
64.     Vinyl - Collection of 7" Singles, with titles from Roxy Music, Marvin Gaye, The Drifters, Stevie Wonder, Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy, Duran Duran, Fleetwood Mac, The Kinks, Bob Dylan, Queen, David Bowie, approximately 300. £30-50
65.     Approximately Eighty L.P's, with an eclectic mix of genres, to include ACDC - Rock Or Bust, Rainbow - Down To Earth, Deep Purple-Made In Japan, Ted Nugent - Cat Scratch Fever, Survival Of The Fittest and others by Genesis, Asia, Queen, U2, Status Quo, John Miles, ELO, Vangelis, Eagles, Rick Wakeman, Eurythmics, Supertramp, Blondie, Tina Turner, ABC, Elton John and many more. £60-100
66.     Approximately One Hundred and Fifty 7" Singles, and a small amount of 78 rpm shellac discs. The singles have titles from the 60's to the 80's by artists such as The Searchers, Classix Nouveaux, Peter Gabriel, Stevie Wonder, Blackfoot Sue, Ray Charles, Janet Jackson and Slade. £20-40
67.     Thunder-Stage, (e.a.r. music 0212658 EMU, 2018) new and sealed three L.P set and ACDC - Rock or Bust (Columbia 88875034841), 2014) as new copy of this L.P. £20-40
68.     Collection of 7" Singles, with titles from The Hollies, The Animals, Alice Cooper, The Beatles, The Jackson Five, Dianna Ross and The Supremes, The Beach Boy, Aretha Franklin, Paul McCartney and wings, The Electric Light Orchestra, Elton John, Elvis Presley, The Drifters, Dusty Springfield, approximately three hundred and forty. £50-80
69.     Books: approximately thirty two relating to 1960's Psychedelia, The Grateful Dead, Bob Marley, Reggae, Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin. £10-20
70.     Richard Hawley Interest, items included are two copies of The Singles Club 1-4 box set (RHSCBOX) 2012, both copies have all four 10" discs, but no outer box. Two signed copies of False Lights, From The Land E.P and two wrist band tickets from 2013. £30-50
71.     Led Zeppelin Poster Advertising Their Three Night stay At Earls Court in May 1975, measures 33" x 24". £60-100
72.     Five CD's, purchased in Singapore, to include Diana Ross, Ray Charles, Mark Knopfler, Air Supply and Andy Williams. £20-40
73.     Black Sabbath's First Two Iconic L.P's, Black Sabbath (Vertigo VO6, 1970) 2nd pressing, Paranoid (Vertigo 6360011, 1970) 2nd pressing. £60-100
74.     David Bowie - Low, (RCA PL12030, 1977) a sealed and unopened copy of this iconic Bowie L.P. £15-30
75.     David Gilmour - On A Island CD, this was purchased in Singapore and has Pink Floyd - The Wall on CD 2, an usual release worthy of closer examination. £20-40
75A.    Bob Dylan - Together Through Life CD, purchased in Singapore, possibly a high quality boot leg. £20-40
76.     Two Boxes Containing Over 600 7" Singles, with titles from the 1960's through to the 90's pop and rock from four decades. £60-100
77.     Sixteen Deutsche Grammophon Classical L.P Releases, to include Kremer - Mozart Violin Concertos (423 107-1, 1988), Rafael Kubelik - Schumann Symphonies 1 and 4 (SLPM 138860), Berin Philharmonic - Rossini Overtures ( 2530144, 1971) these are just a few of the superb quality L.P's in this collection. £30-50
78.     An Eclectic Box of Twenty Six LPs, to include David Bowie - Hunky Dory, Pink Floyd - Final Cut, Gorillaz - Demon Days, Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication, The Rolling Stones (Decca LK 4605 1964), Jesus and Mary Chain - Darklands, The Cure - Disintegration, Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour (U.S Import), Mother of Invention - We're Only In It For The Money (Verve SVLP 9199, 1967) and more in this noteworthy box. £60-100
79.     Over Ninety 12" Dance Singles, with titles by Roger Sanchez, Bob Sinclar, Johnny Corporate, Crystal Water, Armand Van Helden, Way Out West, Kosheen, plus white labels and more. £30-50
80.     Forty Six LPs, includie Air-Air (Embryo SD 773, 1973), the Who - Tommy, The Ham - This is The Modern World, Queen - Night at The Opera, and News of The World, Peter Gabriel (PG4 and CDS 4006) and Plays Live, David Bowie - Man Who Sold The World, Lets Dance, Aladdin Sane, Space Oddity and Diamond Dogs and more by Thin Lizzy, Genesis, Stranglers, Ultravox and Spandau Ballet, etc. £60-100
81.     A Quantity of 7" Singles, mainly 70's and 80's pop and rock titles, obviously well cared for. £20-40
82.     Approximately Fifty LPS, in this card for collection that includes titles by Argent, Status Quo, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Abba, Lindisfarne, Bee Gees, Smokie, Cat Stevens, and Elkie Brookes. £30-50
83.     A Large Collection of Approximately Two Hundred Classical Box Sets, to include works by the major composers such as Mozart, Verdi, Wagner, Beethoven, Puccini and Strauss. £40-60
84.     New and Sealed L.Ps, eight albums to include The Few Against Many - SOT (picture disc), Perversor - Ubravotous, Take Over And Destroy - Vacant Face, Samael - Era One, Acid Reign - Mash Kingstein, Emmet Spiceland - The First, Verberis - Vorant Gnosis and Bore Gnawer - Cannibal Crematorium. £40-60
85.     Led Zeppelin Collection of Five Plum Label L.P's, that comprise of Led Zeppelin (Atlantic 588171, 1969) early pressing, Led Zeppelin II (Atlantic 588198, 1969) 2nd pressing, Led Zeppelin III (Atlantic 2401002, 1970) 1st pressing, Led Zeppelin IV (Atlantic 2401012, 1971) early pressing, Physical Graffiti (Swan Song SSK 89400, 1975) 1st pressing. £140-200
86.     Approximately Seventy 7" Rock and Metal Singles, coloured vinyls and picture discs included artists comprise of Whitesnake, Gillan, Tugger Of Pane Tang, Montrose, Rainbow, Saxon, Deep Purple, Thin Lizzy, Black Sabbath, Motorhead, UFO, ACDC and many more. £40-60
87.     An Interesting Selection of Six L.P's to include The Who - Live At Leeds (Track 2406001, 19670) with eleven of the inserts, Fleetwood Mac - Kiln House (Reprise RSLP 9004, 1970) with insert, King Crimson - In The Wake Of Poseidon (Island ILPS 9127, 1970), Hell Preachers Inc - Supreme Psychedelic Underground (Marble Arch MALS 1169, 1969), Crazy Elephant - Crazy Elephant (Major Minor SMLP62, 1969) and Black Widow - Sacrifice (CBS 63948, 1970). £80-120
88.     Magazines - Vox, approximately thirty, issues from circa 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, also approximately sixteen Record Collectors from circa 1985, 1987, 1988 and 2014 and small quantity of CD's.
£20-40
89.     A Collection of Twenty Seven L.Ps, to include George Harrison - All Things Must Pass, The Beatles - Sgt. Peppers, Rubber Soul and Beatles Ballads, Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here, Queen - A Night At The Opera, John Lennon - Double Fantasy and a selection of classical titles. £20-40
90.     Vinyl - Collection of Punk Rock/New Wave 7" Singles, with titles from Dr Feelgood, Honey Bane, Blondie, The Damed, Generation X, The Stranglers, Stiff Little Fingers The Boomtown Rats, Sex Pistols, Julian Cope, approximately 100. £50-80
91.     A Fabulous Collection of Beatles Ephemera, containing 28 editions of Beatles Monthly Book, 14 editions of Beatles Appreciation Society Magazine from the 1980's, 2 editions of Fabulous magazine Beatles specials, John Lennon - In His Own Write book, Story Of The Beatles by Terry Burrows, With The Beatles by Dezo Hoffman and others. £40-60
92.     Three Very Noteworthy Black Sabbath L.P's, Black Sabbath (Vertigo VO6, 1970) a 3rd pressing, rarely seen in such clean condition, Paranoid (Vertigo 6360011, 1970) 1st pressing and Master Of Reality (Vertigo 6360050, 1971), Spaceship label release. £100-160
93.     A Selection of Sixty Soul 7" Singles, Artists and Labels, include Otis Redding, 5th Dimension, Eddie Floyd, The Supremes, Wilson Pickett, Arthur Conley, Stax, Atlantic, Jay Boy and Liberty, etc. £20-40
94.     New and Sealed L.Ps, eight records that includes The Few Against Many - SOT (picture discs), Bone Gnawer - Cannibal Crematorium (2), Take Over And Destroy - Vacant Face (3) and Verberis - Vorant Gnosis. (2). £30-50
95.     A Fabulous Collection of Approximately One Hundred and Eighty Mainly Soul and Motown 7" Singles, artists include The Peppers, Archie Bell and The Drells, The Tymes, Otis Redding, Al Green, Four Tops, Sam And Dove, James Brown, Booker T, Marvin Gaye, Arthur Conley and Dobie Gray to name just a few. £60-100
96.     New and Sealed L.Ps, eight titles that comprise of The Few Against Many - SOT (picture disc), Bone Gnawer - Cannibal Crematorium (2), Samael - Ear One, Acid Reign - Mash Kingstein, Verberis - Vorant Gnosis and Take Over and Destroy - Vacant Face. (2) £30-50
97.     Country Music Interest Audio Cassettes, there are sixty five tapes, produced by Silver Dollar with artists such as Steve Logan, Bruce Hauser, Linda Cassady, Kent Westberry, Darlene Austin and so many more. £20-40
98.     New and Sealed L.Ps, eleven albums to include The Few Against Many - SOT (picture disc), Verberis - Vorant Gnosis (2), Bone Gnawer - Cannibal Crematorium and Take Over And Destroy - Vacant Face (6). £40-60
99.     Rock Interest L.Ps, over seventy titles to include Golden Earring - Mad Love, Cheap Trick- At The Budokan, Spooky Tooth - The Mirror, Be-Bop Deluxe - Axe Victim and Futurama, Mountain - Flowers Of Evil, Greenslade - Bedside Manners Are Extra, Steve Hillage - Green, The Who - Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy and others by Paul Jones, Traffic, Manzanera, Michael Pinder, Moody Blues, Camel, Santana, Deep Purple, Eric Clapton, Barclay James Harvest, Queen and Thin Lizzy. £140-200
100.    Rolling Stones - Aftermath, (Decca LK 486) original 1966 1st pressing, copies of this L.P are very rarely seen in this excellent condition. £100-140
101.    Reggae Interest Compilation L.P, called Ride Me Donkey (Coxsone CSL 8015, 1968) featuring early Reggae and Rock Steady Artists, such as Marcia Griffiths, Ken Boothe, Heptons, Freedom Singers, etc. £300-400
102.    Very Rare Prog Rock L.P, Harsh Reality - Heaven and Hell (Philips SBL 7891, 1969). This is the original 1st pressing, very rarely seen in this clean condition. £300-400
103.    Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath Original UK 1st Pressing, (Vertigo VO6, 1970). £100-140
104.    Rolling Stone - Between The Buttons, (Decca LK4852) original 1967 1st pressing, very rarely found L.P in this excellent condition. £80-120
105.    Beatles L.P Collection, to include The White Album (cover stamp number 0158630), Live At The BBC, Please Please Mr (Black and Yellow XEX 421-IN), A Hard Days Night (XEX 481-3N), With The Beatles (XEX 447-3N), The Beatles Anthology (1995). Plus a copy of a publication called Big New Beat featuring The Beatles. £100-140
106.    Thirty Rock and Pop L.Ps, to include, Pat Benatar - Crimes of passion, Nils Lofgren - Cry Toyah, Clapton Beck and Page - Clapton Beck and Page, Rainbow - Between The Eyes and Down To Earth, Genesis - Duke, Cinderella - Long Cold Winter, Journey - Escape, Girl - Sheer Greed, Jimmy Page-Outrider, Ted Nugent - Double Live Gonzo, Rush-Exit Stage Left, Poison-Open Up and Say Ahh and more by Stevie Nicks, Human League. UB40, Joan Armatrading, Billy Idol, meat Loaf and Godley and Creme. £50-80
107.    Beatles Record Collection, L.Ps include Sgt. Pepper (YEX 637-1) 1st press with cut-out sheet and original inner, With The Beatles (XEX 447-IN) 1st press, Rubber Soul (YEX 178-2), A Hard Days Night (XEX 481-3N), Help (XEX 549-2), Revolver (XEX 605-2), Beatles For Sale (XEX 503-4N), 1962 - 1966 (black vinyl). Also 26 7" singles. mainly Beatles releases. £80-120
108.    Over One Hundred 12" Singles, artists include, Ian Drury, Michael Jackson, Oliver Cheatham, Simple Red, George Michael, etc, also many disco and dance titles. £30-50
109.    Beatles and Related L.P Collection, to include, Please Please Mr (PMC 1202 matrix No. XEX 422-IN) original mono black and gold 1st pressing, unfortunately in poor condition, Help (PMC 1255 matrix XEX 550-2), Beatles For Sale (PMC 1240 matrix XEX 501-3N), White Album (sleeve No. 0061866), With The Beatles (PMC 1206 matrix XEX 447-IN), Yellow Submarine (PCS 7070 matrix YEX 716-5C-1-1), Let It Be, 1962-1966, John Lennon - Imagine, Mind Games, Wings - Back To The Egg, London Town, Band On The Run (2), Red Rose Speedway Speed Of Sound, Over America (2) and Venus and Mars. £100-140
110.    New Wave and Punk Interest, 26 L.Ps and a selection of 12" singles. The L.Ps include The Cramps - Songs The Lord Taught Us, The Smith - The World Won't Listen, Talking Heads - Fear Of Music, King Kurt - Ooh Wallah Wallah, Belle and Sebastian - What To Look For In Summer, Michelle - Shocked - the Texas Campfire Tapes, Lene Lovich - No Mans Land, Stateless and Flex and more by The Sound, The Tourists, Toyah, OMD, Elvis Costello, The Boomtown Rats, Split Enz and Sex Pistols. £60-100
111.    Rory Gallagher L.Ps, six titles to include, Irish Tour 74 (Polydor 2478 071, 1974), Live In Europe (Polydor 2383 112, 1972), Calling Card (Chrysalis CHR 1124, 1976) and Against The Grain (Chrysalis CHR 1098, 1975). £20-40
112.    A Noteworthy Collection of Forty Three L.Ps, comprising of Boob Dylan - Blonde On Blonde (CBS 66012 1966) original 1st pressing, Bringing It All Back Home (CBS 62515 1965) original 1st pressing, Nashville Skyline (CBS 63601 1969) 1st pressing, John Wesley Harding (CBS 63252 1968) 1st pressing, Self Portrait, Before The Flood and Planet Waves, Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out (Decca SKL 5065 1970) original pressing and Milestones, The Byrds - Younger Than Yesterday, Kate Bush - Lionheart, The Beatles - Please Please Me and With The Beatles and many more. £80-120
113.    Classical Interest L.Ps, eight sought after titles that comprise of Peter Maag conducting The Paris Conservatoire Orchestra - Rossini Overtures (Decca SXL 2182 1959), Elizabeth Grummer, Gottlob Frick and The Orchestra and Chorus Of The German State Opera - Great Scenes from Tannhauser and Gotteerdammerung (HMV ASD363 1960), Malcuzunski - Chopin Waltzes (Columbia SAX 2332 1960) Julius Katchen with The London Symphony Orchestra - Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor (Decca SXL 2076 1958), Rudolph Kempe conducting The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Don Quixote Till Eulenspiegel (HMV ASD 326 1960), Carlo Maira Giulini Conducting The Philharmonic Orchestra - Dvorak New World Symphony Carnaval Overture(Columbia SAX 2405 1962), Carlo Maria Giulini Conducting The Philharmonica Orchestra - Tchaikovsky Pathetique Symphony No. 6 in B Minor Op. 74 (Columbia SAX 2368 1961), Ernest Ansermet Conducting L'Orchestre De La Suisse Romande - Berlioz Overtures (Decca SXL 6165 1965). £140-200
114.    A Fascinating Collection of Fifty L.P's, to include Led Zeppelin - Coda (original UK pressing), Fleetwood Mac -The Pious Bird of Good Omen (Blue Horizon S7-63215 1969), Jethro Tull - Living In The past (2 L.P and booklet), Rolling Stones - Tattoo You, Get Yer Ya-Yas Out and Hot Rocks 1964 - 1971, Ry Coader - Chicken Skin Music and The Slide Area, Beatles - Rubber Soul, Let It Be, Sgt. Peppers and A Hard Days Night and Others by Eric Clapton, Supertramp, Pink Fairies, Rory Gallagher, Little Feat, Santana, J J Cale, Be Bop Deluxe, to name a few. £60-100
115.    Jazz Interest L.Ps, forty titles to include Charles Mingus Quartet - Charles Mingus Presents (Candid CJS 9005), Little Brother Montgomery - Little Brother (Colombia XAX 1997), Buddy Greco - Buddy's Back In Town (Colombia SCX 3482), Count Basie - Basie At Birdland (Colombia SX 1404), Memphis Slim - The Real Boogie - Woogie (Folkways FG 3524) and The Real Honky Tonk (Folkways FG 3535) and more by Jimmy Lunceford, Chico Hamilton, Pete Fountain, Wardell Gray, Oscar Peterson, etc. £20-40
116.    Seventy L.Ps, in this varied collection with titles that includes, Bob Marley - Survival, Human league - Dare, Chris Rea - Water Sign, Herbie Hancock - Feets Don't fail Me Now, Joe Jackson - Night and Day, Spuro Gura - Morning Dance, Curtis Mayfield - Back To The World and Live!, Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly and more by tears For Fears,Pet shops Boys, Spandau Ballet, Bronski Beat, George Benson, Go west, Isley Brothers, Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, Bob Dylan and many more. £40-60
117.    Thirty L.Ps, in this fascinating collection, that comprises of Led Zeppelin - IV (four symbols) 1st pressing, Family - Its Only a Move, Music In a Dolls House and A Song For Me, Mott The Hoople - Mott (die-cut sleeve), Adrian Wagner - Distances Between Us, Taste-On The Boards, T-Bone walker - Very Rare, Jimi Hendrix and Curtis Knight - Get That Feeling, John Mayall - Turning Point and others by Jeff Beck, Cream, Jethro Tull, The Equinox and Pink Floyd. £100-160
118.    Over One Hundred L.P's, in this eclectic mix of genres and artists to include Bob Marley, The Police, Blondie, Graham Parker, Joe Jackson, Wings, Foreigner, Joan Armatrading, Donna Summer, Pretenders, XTC, Marvin Gaye, Abba, Gerry and The Pacemakers, Bread, Rod Stewart and more. £60-100
119.    Three Sought After Blue Beat Label Releases, Derrick Morgan - Johnny Grave (45/BB/283, 1965) Ruddy and Sketto - Oh Dolly/You're Mine (45/BB/310 1965) and Prince Busters All Stars - Al Capone/One Step Beyond. £30-50
120.    Jethro Tull - This was (Island ILPS 9085, 1968) UK 1st pressing of this noteworthy Classic Rock L.P. £80-120
121.    Magna Carta - Seasons, (Vertigo 6360 003, 170) original 1st pressing of this iconic rock L.P in beautiful condition with no scratches or surface marks o the vinyl and barely any marks on the sleeve. £40-60
122.    Ska Beat 7" Singles, four hard to find titles that comprise of Lord Tanamo - Mothers Love/Down Town Gal (JB243, 1966), Dandy - You're No Hustler/No No (JB279, 1967), Dandy-Rudy A Message To You/Till Death Us Do Part (JB273, 1967) and Roland Alphonso with Baba Brooke Band/Stranger Cole with Baba Brooks Band - Nuclear Weapon/Love Your Neighbour (JB216, 1965). £80-120
123.    Over Fifty Rock Titles, to include Rush - Presto, Archives, 2112, Farewell To Kings, Hemispheres, Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures, Signals, Roll The Bones, Hawkwind - Quark Strangeness and Charm and Astounding Sounds, Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath, Paranoid and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (all on WWA), Uriah Heep - Look at Yourself and Innocent Victim, Led Zeppelin - 4, Whitesnake - Ready n' Willing, and many more. £100-160
124.    Eleven Stereo Classical Recordings, to include Otto Klemperer Philharmonia Orchestra - two Symphonies in G Minor (Columbia SAX 2278), Otto Klemperer Philharmonia Orchestra - Bruckner Symphony No.5 in B Flat (Columbia SAX 5288, 5289, 1967), Otto Klemperer - Bruckner Symphony No.4 (Coumbia SAX 2569. 1965), Carlo Maria Giulini - Bruckner Symphony No.9 (HMV ASD 3382, 1997) Otto Klemperer - Mozart Overtures (Columbia SAX 2587, 1965), Giulini Conducts Love, The Magican (Columbia SAX S265, 1966), Paul Toretlier - Elogu Cllo Concerto (HMV ASD 2906), 1973), Andre Previn-Holst The Planets (ASD 3002, 1974), Mstislov Rostropovitch - Scheherazade (HMV ASD 3047, 1974). £50-80
125.    Over Forty LPs, to include a large collection of Marc Bolan and Tyrannosaurus Rex, lps with others by Suzie Quatro Claire Hamill, Randy Crawford, Whitney Houston, Talking Heads, Donovan, Beatles, Slade and Nik Kershaw. £30-50
126.    Vinyl - Collection of 7" Singles, with titles from T.Rex, Black Sabbath, Thin Lizzy, The Who, George Harrison, Rolling Stones, Iron Maiden, The Police, The Jam, David Bowie, ELO, Michael Jackson. £30-50
127.    Eleven Stereo Classical L.P's, to include Ginostera Concerto For Piano and Orchestra (RCA SB6784, 1968), Arnold Schoenberg, Pierre Boulez and BBC Symphony Orchestra (CBS 76577), 1978, promo copy, Chausson Symphony I B Flat RCA SB6528), 1962, Holst Lyric Movement For Viola (Lyrita SRCS 34, 1967), Boulez Conducts Berg (CBS 72614, 1967) and six more releases worthy of closer examination. £20-40
128.    Seventeen 180-200grm High Quality Classical Releases, to include Ansermet OSR - Carmen and L'Arlesienne (Decca SXL 2037), Wiener Philharmoniker Brahms Hungarian dances (410 615_1 Ltd 180grm pressing), Barbirolli English String Music (HMV ASD 521), Marches For Orchestra (Mercury AMNS 16092), Falla, The Three Cornered Hat (Decca SXL 2296 180gm audiophile pressing), to name a few in this superb collection. £60-100
129.    Eleven Excellent Stereo Classical L.P's, to include Klemperer - Mozart Symphonies 40 and 41 (Columbia SAX 2486, 1963), Klemperer - Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5 (Columbia SAX 2497, 1963), Klemperer - Mozart Horn Concertos (Columbia SAX 2406, 1961), Kurtz - Sleeping Beauty (HMV ASD 371, 1960), Vaughan Williams Symphony No. 5 (HMV ASD 508, 1963) and six more releases. £50-80
130.    Ten Lovely Quality Stereo Classical L.P's, to include Clifford Curzon - Beethoven Concert No.5 (Decca SXL 2002, 1958), Zubin Mehta - Varese (Decca SXL 6550, 1972), Kertesz - Rossini Stabat Mater (Decca SXL 6534, 1971), Kertesz - Dvorak Symphony No.3 (Decca SXL 6290, 1967), Bartok Bluebeard's Castle (Decca SET311, 1966) and five more in this box. £20-40
131.    Eleven Superb Stereo Classic Releases, to include Elgar Cello Concerto and Sea Pictures (HMV ASD 655, 1965), Barbirolli Conducts English String Music (HMV ASD 521, 1963), Otto Klemperer - Schumann Symphony No.2 (HMV ASD 2454, 1969), Sargent Conducts Sibelius (HMV ASD 541) and seven more notebale releases. £40-60
132.    Classical Music Interest, in the collection of approximately two hundred and fifty L.Ps, with titles too numerous to mention there are recordings from the 1950's onwards in this cared for collection of music. £20-40
133.    Over Two Hundred Classical L.Ps, to include works by Beethoven, Elgar, Chopin, Hayden, Debussy, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, etc, and performed by some major instrumentalists from the 1950's onwards. £20-40
134.    Vinyl - Collection of 7" Singles, with titles from Duran Duran, Blondie, Wham!, The Stranglers, David Bowie, Madness, The Turtles, Eagles, 10cc, Michael Jackson, U2, Wet Wet Wet, Steve Miller Band, approximately 300. £30-50
135.    A Large Quantity of Classical L.Ps, in four boxes that contain recordings from the 1950's onwards and works by many great composers and performers. £20-40
136.    Approximately Three Hundred 7" Singles, in the collection that cover the 60's. 70's and 80's artists as diverse as Motorhead, Johnny and The Hurricanes, the Beatles, The Tourists, Manfred Mann, The Stranglers, Blue Mink, Pointer Sisters, Billy Fury, The Faces, Lionel Ritchie, Erasure, etc. £40-60
137.    Approximately One Hundred and Forty 12" Singles, made up of Rock, Pop and Dance titles, from the 80's and 90's, artists include Iron Maiden, Third World, Eric Clapton, Jocelyn Brown, Jamiroquai, The Prodigy, Journey, Queenryche, Rainbow, Magnum, Erasure, Communards, Marillion and many others. £40-60
137A.   Approximately Seventy LPs In This Box of Mixed Genres, highlights include, Yes - Going For The One, Peter Frampton - Comes Alive, Wings - Over America, Queen - Live Magic, Chic - Cest-Chic, and many more by Blondie, Paul Young, Four Seasons, 10cc, ABC, Wham and Elton John. £50-80
138.    A Very Rare 7" Demo by Herbie Goins and the Night-Timers - The Incredible Miss Brown, (Parlophone R5533, 1966). £100-140
138A.   Vert Rare Reggae 7" by The Versatiles - Children Get Ready, (CRAB 1, 1968). £30-50
139.    Hard To Find Reggae 7" By The Rudies - 7-11, (Blue Cat BS107, 1968). £120-160
139A.   The Beatles Interest EP, The Beatles second album (Capitol SXA 2080, 1964) this was specifically a jukebox release in the U.S. £120-160
140.    The Beatles - The Beatles Million Sellers, has Beatles Golden Discs on the label, (Parlophone GEP8946, 1965) EP, 1st pressing. £25-35
141.    A Super Rare Original Release by The Paragons - Left With A Broken Heart/Got To Get Away, (Duke DU-7, 1968). £250-350
142.    The Beatles - Please Please Me, (Parlophone PMC1202, 1963). This is an original black and gold 1st pressing very rarely found in this lovely condition, with no scratches or discernible surface marks, this L.P certainly requires very close attention. £500-700
142A.   EMI Central Research Laboratories Test Pressing, this was the research and development branch of EMI based in Hayes, Middlesex. This pressing has side 2 of Queen's 1st LP on one side and Bizet's Carmen on the other, and there is no known release date. £20-40
143.    Two Copies Of The Beatles - Love Me Do, (Parlophone 45R 4949, 1962). £30-40
144.    Two Sought After Prince Buster 7" Releases, Big Five (Prince Buster PB1, 1967) and Wreak A Buddy/Fly Away (Prince Buster 1969). £20-30
145.    Two Unusual CD's, first being Whitney Houston - The Queens Returns, dated 2012, three C.D Best of Collection The second is Take That - Beautiful World with a bonus C.D featuring a compilation of Beatles tracks. These were purchased by the vendor in Singapore and are possibly either promotional or high quality bootleg discs. £40-60
146.    Beatles Fan Club Christmas Flexi Discs, there are four in this set, another Christmas Record (1964), The Beatles Third Christmas Record (1965), The Beatles Sixth Christmas Record (1968) and The Beatles Seventh Christmas Record (1969). £100-160
147.    John Lennon Signature, (unverified), nicely framed and mounted with a gold disc. £160-200
148.    Wham - The Final Box Set, (Epic Wham 2, 1986) included are all of the original box contents, t-shirt, calendar, pencil, notepad and numbered certificate, with the two picture disc L.P's seemingly unplayed. £30-50
149.    Joy Division and Public Image Ltd, Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures (Factory Fact 10, 1979) early UK pressing with textured sleeve deserving of closer attention, Public Image Ltd - Metal Box (Virgin Meal 1, 1979) limited edition 3 x 12" single box set. £60-100
150.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
Timpsons Corner, limited edition print 235/250, signed in pencil in the margin,
33 x 43cm,
Another, Early Doors, 47/250,
33 x 43cm. (2) £40-60
151.    Three Reproduction Photographs of Old Sheffield, to include 'Wicker Arches, Sheffield', 'Cole Brothers' and 'High Street', all framed and glazed. (3) £15-20
152.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
Harry Metcalf's, limited edition print 36/250, signed in pencil in the margin,
23 x 29cm,
Another, The Beer on, 40/250
23 x 29cm, (2)
£40-60
153.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
Workhouse Green, limited edition print 38/250, signed in pencil in the margin,
33 x 46cm.
£20-30
154.    GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
Mayfield Valley - a figure walking down a lane before cottages, watercolour, signed lower right,
7.5 x 11.5cm,
£50-70
155.    Mary Howe (Sheffield Artist, Contemporary)
Forge Dam, Fulwood, watercolour, signed lower right,
29 x 45cm.
A Print, after Joe Scarborough 'Our Supertram, Our City',
50 x 57cm. (2) £20-30
156.    AFTER JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) *ARR
Our University, limited edition print 299/500, signed in ink lower right,
35 x 39cm. £30-50
157.    Twelve Reproduction Prints of Old Photographs of Sheffield, including Sheffield Moor, Fargate Sheffield, Marblearch Pinstone Street, High Street, Old G.P.O., The Dam Endcliffe Woods, Bolsover Dam and others, all framed and glazed. £60-80
158.    Thirteen Reproduction Prints of Old Photographs of Sheffield, including Endcliffe Woods, Fulwood Church, York Street, Ecclesall Road/Banner Cross (glass broken), Beauchief Abbey, Old Fame Top of Carter Knowle, Entrance to Whiteley Woods and others, all framed and glazed. £60-80
159.    Eight Reproduction Prints of Old Photographs of Sheffield, including Old Hartshead, Paradise Street, Brocco Bank, Owler Bar, Wicker Arches, Big Tree Woodseats and others, all framed and glazed; plus two boxed prints on canvas of Paradise Square. (10) £60-80
160.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
Sheffield Fair, limited edition print 40/250, signed in pencil in the margin,
33 x 43cm,
Another, Hillsborough Corner,
26 x 36cm. (2) £40-60
161.    AFTER PETER OWEN JONES (Sheffield Artist, 1933-1993)
Street Scene of Beauchief, showing the post office, fruit shop, etc, limited edition print 136/500, signed in pencil in the margin,
33 x 45cm,
£20-30
162.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1196) *ARR
Pinstone Street, artists proof print, signed in pencil lower right,
35.5 x 45.5cm. £20-30
163.    Sheffield From the Langsett Road Showing the Suburbs that were Flooded, print from the London Illustrated News, 1864, 25 x 36cm. £20-30
164.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
High Street, limited edition print 221/250, signed in pencil in the margin,
33 x 43cm,
Another, The Haymarket, 167/250,
33 x 43cm. (2) £40-60
165.    AFTER PETE MCKEE (Sheffield Artist, b.1966) *ARR
Sheffield Legends, black print and a Yorkshire Peleton McKee zipped jacket, size XL. (2) £20-30
166.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
London Road, limited edition print, number 166/250, signed in pencil in the margin,
34 x 43cm. £20-30
167.    GEORGE HAMILTON CONSTANTINE (Sheffield Artist, 1878-1969) *ARR
Changing Pastures, watercolour, signed and titled lower right,
17.5 x 25cm. £30-50
168.    Three Hand Coloured Mid XIX Century Engravings of Sheffield, to include 'St Paul's Church', two of Sheffield Parish Church. (3) £25-35
169.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
Royal Victoria, black and white limited edition print, number 250/1000,
15 x 16cm.
Another, 'Left with the Bill', 250/1000 and two other George Cunningham prints. (4) £20-30
170.    AFTER JOE SCARBROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) *ARR
The Railway Hotel, interior scene, limited edition print 22/250, signed in pencil in the margin,
25 x 30cm. £20-30
171.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
'Broomhill', artists proof print,
24 x 41cm;
'Western Bank', artists proof print,
26 x 35.5cm,
'Hunters Bar', artists proof print,
24 x 61cm. (3) £40-60
172.    LOUIS JENNINGS (Sheffield Artist, 1919-2018) *ARR
The Boundary Ride, oil on board. signed lower centre and titled verso,
18 x 23cm. £30-50
173.    An Early XX Century Hand Coloured Map of Sheffield, illustrated with Sheffield from the South East and Parish Church, Sheffield, the margin inscribed 'The Illustration drawn and engraved by H. Winkles, the plan drawn and engraved by J. Rapkin', 24 x 33cm. £20-30
174.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
High Street, limited edition print, number 35/250, signed in pencil in the margin,
32 x 42cm. £20-30
175.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
The Moorhead, limited edition print, number 132/250, signed in pencil in the margin,
32 x 42cm. £20-30
176.    GEORGE OUTRAM (Sheffield Artist, 1864-1936)
Boats Beside Houses and The Queen Hotel, watercolour, signed lower left,
27 x 38cm. £40-60
177.    Four Hand Coloured Mid XIX Century Engravings of Sheffield; views to include 'Music Hall, Sheffield', 'Town Hall Sheffield', 'Sheffield from Crookes', 'Entrance to the Cutlers Hall'. (4) £30-50
178.    JOHN GUTTERIDGE SYKES (Sheffield Artist, 1866-1941)
Figure with Hay Cart, on a country lane by a stream, watercolour, signed lower left,
13 x 38.5cm. £30-50
179.    Two XIX Century Hand Coloured Engravings - Fete to the Duke and Duchess of Norfolk in the Botanic Gardens, Sheffield and The Distress at Sheffield: Distributing soup at Brightside. (2) £20-30
180.    The Rapid Route Indicator Sheffield Area, produced for John I. Fearn and Co, Howard St, Sheffield 1, Agricultural Engineers and Implement Agents, 62 x 54cm. £20-30
181.    TONY HOUGHTON (Contemporary Artist) *ARR
Near Kelham Island, Sheffield, watercolour, signed and dated 11/89 lower right,
36 x 37cm. £30-50
182.    LOUIS JENNINGS (Sheffield Artist, 1919-2018) *ARR
The Little Garden in Old Wadsley Village, watercolour, signed lower left and titled verso,
22 x 31.5cm. £30-50
183.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
Crookes, limited edition print, number 240/500, signed in pencil in the margin,
23 x 28cm. £20-30
184.    DAVID NOBLE (b.1945, Sheffield Artist) *ARR
Self Portrait, looking through a window with canvases, oil on board, signed lower left,
24 x 29cm. £30-50
185.    Three Hand Coloured Mid XIX Century Engravings of Sheffield, to include 'Electro-Plating Works Messrs Walker and Hall, Atlas Brass Works - Messrs R. Vickers and Co and Soho Steel Holding Mills - Messrs W. Jessop and Sons. (3) £25-35
186.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
Ranmoor, limited edition print, number 438/500, signed in pencil in the margin,
23 x 34.5cm. £20-30
187.    The Building News, Oct 17 1879 - Firth College, School Board Offices and Central Schools, Sheffield, photo lithographed by James Akerman, 6 Queen Square, W.C. Flockton and Abbot and G.R. Robson joint architects, 24.5 x 38.5cm. £15-25
188.    AFTER GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
The Moor, limited edition print 496/500,
34.5 x 45cm. £15-25
189.    JOHN GUTTERIDGE SYKES (1866-1941, Sheffield Artist)
Cattle in a Farmyard, watercolour, signed lower right,
24 x 34cm. £20-30
190.    Four Reproduction Photographs of Sheffield, to include Old Times Coach, Village Blacksmith, Ecclesall, Tideswell and The Stocks Eyam, all framed and glazed. (4) £15-25
191.    After Samuel and Nathaniel Black, The East Prosect of Sheffield in the County of York, engraving, 26 x 56cm. £30-50
192.    GEOFF KERSEY (Contemporary, born in Sheffield/lives in Matlock) *ARR
Trees in a Snowy Landscape, watercolour, signed and dated Feb 1990,
44 x 30cm
A Signed Limited Edition Print of Chatsworth, by the same hand. (2) £30-50
193.    GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
Paradise Square, Sheffield, watercolour, signed lower right,
35 x 50cm. £300-500
194.    Five Reproduction Photographs of Sheffield, to include Fulwood from Whiteley Lane, Moorhead, John Elsworth and Sons Ltd Australian Works, etc, all framed. (5) £20-30
195.    •GEORGE HAMILTON CONSTANTINE (Sheffield Artist, 1878-1969) *ARR,
Wooded Landscapes, a pair, watercolours, signed lower left,
15 x 23.5cm. (2) £40-60
196.    GEOFF KERSEY (Contemporary, born in Sheffield/lives in Matlock) *ARR
Bakewell Bridge, watercolour, signed, titled and dated March 1990,
44 x 66cm.
£30-50
197.    A 1960's Bus/Tram Sign, showing approximately, sixty destinations, white letttering on a black ground. £120-150
198.    A Vintage Poster to Advertise the '90th Anniversary Dental Ball', 16th May 1987, 6.45 for 7.30 pm at The Cutlery Hall, Sheffield, guest speaker Professor Rothwell. £10-15
199.    A 1950's Bus/Tram Sign, showing approximately twenty five destinations, including Bramall Lane, white lettering on a black ground. £120-150
200.    A 1950's Bus/Tram Sign, showing approximately thirty destinations, white lettering on a black ground. £120-150
201.    A 1980's Poster 'The Beat Club', Beatles Special every last Thursday of every month at the Leadmill, 58 x 41cm, framed and glazed. £40-60
202.    A Vintage Poster 'Rag Cafe' Rags Own Night Spot, is at the Magic Carpet Fitzwilliam Gate, Sheffield, 49 x 75cm framed and glazed. £60-80
203.    Poster - Framed Leadmill Poster for Clock DVA and Detain, August 1980. £20-40
204.    A Collection of Early - Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Signs in Aluminium and Cast Iron.

An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Nook Lane, aluminium with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 15 x 60cm. £30-40
205.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Arundel Road, aluminium with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 15 x 69cm. £30-40
206.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Sale Hill, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16.5 x 81cm. £30-40
207.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Carlisle St., cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 86cm. £30-40
208.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Upwell St., cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 86cm. £30-40
209.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Graham Road, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 15 x 86cm. £30-40
210.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Barlow Road, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 87cm. £30-40
211.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Thompson Hill, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 14 x 91cm. £30-40
212.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Town End Road, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 14 x 96cm (damaged); Another - Coombe Road. (2) £40-60
213.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Owler Lane, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 95cm. £30-40
214.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Owler Lane, cast iron with black/white lettering on a white ground, 16 x 95cm. £30-40
215.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Birdwell Road, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 97cm. £30-40
216.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Bardwell Rd., cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 99cm. £30-40
217.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Washington Rd., cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 14 x 102cm. £30-40
218.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Brunswick St., cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 12 x 105cm. £30-40
219.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Hawks Head Rd., cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 108cm. £30-40
220.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Staniforth Road, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 107cm. £30-40
221.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Southwall Rd., cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 99cm. £30-40
222.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Mount Pleasant Close, aluminium with black lettering on a white ground, 18.5 x 119.5cm. £30-40
223.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Newbould Lane, cast iron with` black lettering on a white ground with black border, 12 x 120cm. £30-40
224.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Woodland View Road, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 131cm. £30-40
225.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Stumperlowe Hall Rd., cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 16 x 132cm. £30-40
226.    An Early XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Ecclesall Road South, cast iron with black lettering on a white ground with black border, 17 x 140cm. £30-40
227.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Markbrook Drive Leading to Trickett Road, Blackthorn Close, Walton Close, aluminium with white lettering on on a green ground, 38 x 140cm. £30-40
228.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Ashwood Road Boswell Close and Lockton Close, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 23 x 143cm. £30-40
229.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - St Wandrilles Close, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 18 x 145cm. £30-40
230.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - High Greave Avenue, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 18 x 145cm; Another. (2) £40-60
231.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Markbrook Drive, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 17.5 x 130cm. £30-40
232.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Grassington Way, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 17.5 x 129cm; and Tunwell Greaves 5, 17.5 x 129cm. (2) £40-60
233.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Oak Lodge Road, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 18 x 122cm; Another. (2) £40-60
234.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Ashwood Road, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 18 x 115cm; and Backfield Rise, 18 x 107cm. (2) £40-60
235.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Briary Avenue, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 17.5 x 107cm; Another, (2) £40-60
236.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Hurst Green, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground and white border, 18 x 99cm; Another, Potters Gate. (2) £40-60
237.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Foster Way, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 18 x 85cm; Two Others, (2) £60-80
238.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Pond Close, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 18 x 84cm. £30-40
239.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Pond Road, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 18 x 84cm; Another. (2) £40-60
240.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Lavinia Rd., aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 17.5 x 76cm; Another. (2) £40-60
241.    A Mid XX Century Sheffield Street Name Sign - Pond Road, aluminium with white lettering on a green ground with white border, 18 x 84cm; Another. (2) £40-60
242.    A Large Collection of Assorted Plated Cutlery, cased and loose including N. Burnett & Co, Richard Meluish Ltd Made in Sheffield, Carrick Sheffield, Viners, 'Cummunity', Firth Stainless etc; together with other assorted plated ware. £40-60
243.    A Silver Plated Salver, "Vivienne and John St Cyprians Church Frecheville September 30th 1972", an oval plated tray (one foot detached) and another tray. (3) £20-30
244.    A Silver Mounted Claret Jug, with embossed vine handle and mask spout, hallmark for Sheffield 1997, Hill Brothers, Suffolk Road, Sheffield, the plain glass body with star at base, 30cm high. £100-150
245.    A 1930's Robert Morley Ltd., Sheffield Canteen of Cutlery, in a fitted oak box, in the Old English pattern, the knives with ivorine handles. £25-35
246.    A Set of Six Frank Dodd, Sheffield Dessert Knives, with ivorine handles, boxed; six Firth, Sheffield forks, three Sheffield penknives, a Baldwin and Francis tape measure and two rulers, an Albert Hall 'Pygmalion and Galatea' scroll, etc. £20-30
248.    Harrods "Perfection" Cutlery Finest Sheffield Manufacture Boxed Set of Five Knives, the blades stamped "TRUE" "Firth Stainless"; together with 'Rusnorstain' boxed knife, the blades stamped "Harrods Limited", etc. £20-30
249.    A Six Setting Canteen of EPNS Cutlery, "EPNS A1 England", in original fitted case; together with a cased set of six Thomas Turner & Co Sheffield tea knives. £40-60
250.    Westminster Cutlery Co Ltd, Sheffield Eight Setting Canteen of 24ct Gold Plated Cutlery, (lacking one fish fork), in original fitted case. £40-60
251.    A Pair of John and William Ragg (Sheffield) Victorian Large Steel Textile Scissors, inscribed makers mark, 38.5cm long. £50-80
252.    A Set of Three Plated Chalices, "IHS", 22.2cm high; together with pedestal plate "IHS" and engraved to the underside "This Service was Purchased by Subscription and Presented to The Trustees of Carver Street Chapel Decr 1860 - J.H Brammall E.F. Jackson - Poor Stewards"; and a plated trophy goblet "Carver St Circuit" "Sports Trophy". (5) £40-60
253.    A Collection of Assorted Plated Ware, including J.H. Potter pedestal soup tureen, a J.H Potter Rockingham Plate decorative twin handled tray "From Glad to Babs & Bev, a Walker & Hall egg coddler, James Dixon teapot, candelabrum, cruet items, warmer dish, a large decorative plated trophy salver "Sickleholme Golf Club Lady Captain's First Prize 1976 Won By Mrs P Hancock Presented By Mrs R.S. Ainsworth", approximately 43.5cm diameter, etc. £60-80
254.    Surgical Scissors, including 6" post mortem, surgical and dressing, some stamped "Ragg", eight pairs. (8) £30-50
255.    Surgical Scissors, including circumcision, uterine operating, bowel operating, dressing, 5" Kochers, some stamped "Ragg", eight pairs. (8) £50-80
256.    Surgical Scissors, including uterine, double probe, dressing, post mortem, some stamped "Ragg", ten pairs. (10) £30-50
257.    John and William Ragg (Sheffield) and Other Assorted Scissors, including surgical, draper, dressing, sewing, etc., ten pairs. (10) £20-30
258.    A Collection of Military Issue, Surgical and Other Scissors, War Department arrow noted, including Weiss and Son, Thackray, Leeds, J and W Ragg, E. Ayres and Co, etc. £30-50
259.    John and William Ragg (Sheffield) Surgical, Eye and Other Scissors, twelve pairs. (12) £30-50
260.    Paragon and Other Surgical Scissors, ten pairs. (10) £25-35
261.    John and William Ragg (Sheffield) and Other Assorted Surgical Scissors, ten pairs. (10) £30-50
262.    John and William Ragg (Sheffield) Surgical, Eye and Other Surgical and Eye Scissors, also Weiss noted, fifteen pairs. (15) £25-35
263.    John and William Ragg (Sheffield) and Other Assorted Scissors, including; left handed photographers, hair dressers, Perry patent folding nail scissors, buttonhole scissors, etc, ten pairs. (10) £20-30
264.    John and William Ragg (Sheffield) and Other Surgical and Dressing Scissors, twelve pairs. (12) £30-50
265.    Ragg (Sheffield) Scissors, including 10" pipe scissors, 9" hatters scissors, flower gatherers,12" side bent American shears, cutting out scissors and 12" vine scissors, six pairs. (6) £40-60
266.    Ragg (Sheffield) Scissors, including lamp trimming, stretcher bearers scissors, molten glass scissors, textile, a pair of unusual Persian scissors, cranked case making, six pairs. (6) £30-50
267.    Three Albums of Early XX Century Picture Postcards and Photographs of Sheffield Interest, to include Watts Bros, Sheffield, Church Army housing scheme, The Linoleum warehouse, etc. £40-60
268.    Charles Cammell & Co Ltd Cyclops Steel and Iron Works Book, photography by J.S. Tulley and Co, manufacturers od Armour Plates Steel Castings......., undated (late XIX Century), cloth binding (poor condition). £100-150
269.    An Album of Early XX Century Picture Postcards, mainly of Sheffield interest to include; Attercliffe, Tinsley, Darnall, Hazel Park, Pinstone Strret, trams. Dronfield, etc. and a quantity of other cards - Greeting, Religoious, names, poem cards etc. £100-150
270.    Cunningham [George]: By George, pub by Hibbert Brothers Limited, Sheffield 1987, inscribed 'With Best Wishes George Cunningham 1987'. £15-25
271.    A Collection of Sheffield Tram Photographs, mainly 1950's, bearing the Sheffield Tram Corp Tramways stamp verso, some work scenes and tram interiors also noted:- One Box £50-80
272.    Sheffield Water Works; A Fold-Out Map of Reservoirs and Surrounding Areas, hand coloured, cloth binding. £20-30
273.    Three Albums of Early XX Century Picture Postcards and Photographs of Sheffield Interest, to include H. Hepworth Butchers, Vickers, Chancel of St, Bartholomew's Church, Sheffield, A Bit of Old Sheffield, etc. £40-60
274.    Cunningham [George]: By George, pub by Hibbert Brothers Limited, Sheffield 1987; Cunningham [George]: More George, and Shearstone [Pauline]: An Artists Journey From the City of the Peak. (3) £20-30
275.    Chisholm [W.W.]: A Romance of the Moor, pub by Loxley Bros Ltd., Aizlewood Road and Fargate, Sheffield, red cloth boards, a company history of the department store Atkinson's (Est in 1872) aswell as story of one of Sheffield's main thoroughfares. £10-20
276.    A City of Sheffield Coronation Festivities Official Programme, May 1937 and a Sheffield at War 1939-45 printed by The Star, with fold-out map showing where bombs fell. (2) £10-20
277.    A Collection of Sheffield Tram Photographs, mainly 1950's, bearing the Sheffield Corp Tramways stamp verso, some work scenes but mainly street scenes noted:- One Box £50-80
278.    Paine [James]: Plans, Elevations, Sections and Other Ornaments of the Mansion-House, belonging to the Corporation of Doncaster, engraved title vignette incorporating the portrait of the architect by Grignion after Hayman, printed by the author, MDCCLI, engraved plates, replacement front and back pages, cloth and leaher binding.
Footnote: Paine was appointed clerk of Works at Nostell Priory, Wakefield in 1737 when he was only 19 years old and continued to supervise the building there until 1750, Doncaster Mansion House was his first major project from 1745-48. £600-800
279.    Linton [David L.]: Sheffield and it's Region, published for The British Association by the Lord Executive Committee, Sheffield 1956; Chapman [Arthur W.]: The Story of a Modern University, a history of the University of Sheffield; Hey [David]: Sheffield and Horton [Bob]: Living in Sheffield - 1000 Years of Change. (4) £20-30
280.    A Collection of Approximately Fifty Mainly Early XX Century Picture Postcards of Sheffield and Surrounding Areas, to include; Bradwell, Rivelin, Pinstone Street, Botanical Gardens, etc. £30-40
281.    An Interesting Collection of Sheffield Related Ephemera, to include photographs, brochures, invoices, flyers, calendars, Lyceum Theatre, transparency copies of advertising postcards, Sheffield Shares game, Wheatley's Stym picture, etc. £20-30
282.    A Collection of Vintage Film Posters from Sheffield Cinemas, including the Pavilion Attercliffe, ABC Sheffield, Gaumont, Wicker and Heeley Palace and the Hippodrome, to include 'Squirm', 'Watch Your Stern', 'The Cossacks', 'Man in the Moon', 'Dentist in the Chair', 'Billy Fury', 'Climb Up the Wall', 'The Flesh and the Fiends', Circus of Horrors', 'Beyond the Curtain' and 'Goliath'. (11) £50-80
283.    Lord (Skips) Riverdale 'Squeeze the Trigger Gently', privately pub 1991, signed; another by the same author 'Nine Lives in One'; Baldwin [D and P] 'Baldwins Omega - The First 30 Years'; Mathers [Helen] 'Steel City Scholars', Dainton [Fred} 'Doubts and Certainties', and Mathers [Helen] 'Standing Up For Students'. (6) £20-30
284.    Sixteen Thomas Marshall Refractories Home Guard Glass Half Pint Tankards, etched excise mark GR 64, 11cm high. (16) £20-30
285.    A 1991 World Student Games Held in Sheffield Polo Shirt, size M and blue tousers, size XXL, in plastic wrapping, appear unworn; Sheffield United Shorts, c.1950's, appear unworn with Relco label size 38. (3) £20-30
286.    A Barclay's London Lager Bottle by Wheatley and Bates, Sheffield; a Henderson's Relish early XX Century bottle, four Sheffield milk bottles, Sheffield Shines and other mugs, Abbeydale Brewery flask, Henderson's Relish, etc. £20-30
287.    AFTER TERRY GORMAN (b.1935, Sheffield Artist) *ARR
Button Lane, print, signed in pencil in the margin,
18 x 26cm,
Two Sheffield Interest Paperbacks, Sheffield Blitz' and 'Send Her Victorious A Pageant presented by the Boy Scouts Association South Yorkshire County'. (3) £20-30
288.    Ten Boxes of Late XIX/Early XX Century Glass Lantern Plates and Two Others by Wellington & Tango, to include Views of Sheffield - Corn Exchange, Botanic Gardens, Town Hall, High Hazels Park, people including the Carter/Moonhouse/Hinchliffe family of Penistone who were involved in Sheffield Wednesday, Royalty, Theatrical scenes, etc. £70-100
289.    A Collection of Over One Hundred and Fifty Reproduction Reprinted Photographs/Postcards of Old Sheffield, to include Abbeydale, Attercliife, Bolsterstone, Botanical Gardens, Bradfield, Bradway, Broomhill, Crookes, Crosspool, Dore, Ecclesfield, Firth Park, Fulwood, Graves park, Grenoside, etc. £120-180
290.    Four Boxes of Lady Clare 'Nostalgic Sheffield' Place Mats, green felt backed, each box with four mats, unused. (4) £20-30
291.    The Sheffield Knife Book [Geoffrey Tweedale], first edition 1996 £60-80
292.    House of Wostenholm IXL Penknife, Cutlery and Scissor Catalogue, including price lists; A Cut Above the Rest (Joan Unwin and Ken Hawley). (2) £40-60
293.    The Sheffield Knife Book: A History and Collectors' Guide, by Geoffrey Tweedale, first edition, signed by the author and Stan Shaw (unverified). £80-120
294.    The Story of Cutlery [J.B. Himsworth]; Sheffield Steel, signed by the author K.C. Barraclough; Sheffield, It's Story and Achievements, Mesters to Masters and a History of Sheffield. (5) £20-40
295.    Tweedale's Directory of Sheffield Cutlery Manufacturers 1740-2010 [Geoffrey Tweedale], signed by the author, first edition. £15-25
296.    Sheffield Industries Cutlery Silver and Edge Tools [Joan Unwin and Ken Hawley]; Sheffield as Seen by a Mistress Cutler; plus a brochure by Middleton Bros. (3) £10-15
297.    Tweedale's Directory of Sheffield Cutlery Manufacturers 1740-2013, signed by the author, second edition. £30-50
298.    Penknives and Other Folding Knives [Simon Moore], Knifemaking in Sheffield (The Hawley Collection), The Cutlery Industry (Peter Smithhurst), Old Medical and Dental Instruments (David J. Warren), Table Knives and Forks (Simon Moore) and The Quill Machines (Jim Marshall). (6) £40-60
299.    A Collection of Vintage Film Posters from the Odeon Sheffield, to include; 'The Chaplin Revue', 'The Sledge of Sydney Street', 'Hello Dolly', 'Carthage in Flames' and other posters. Norton Air Show, Abbeydale Scotand International Wrestling, 'Chpperfield Circus', etc. (11) £40-60
300.    A Commemorative Chrome Paperweight, inscribed "Rolled in the Presence of H.M. The Queen, 17th October 1956, Workington Iron and Steel Company! (Dronfield), 14.5cm long. £10-20
301.    A Great Exhibition Bronze Medallion 1851, by W. Wyon Royal Mint, the edge inscribed "Prize Medal of the Exhibition James Dixon and Sons Class XXIII", conjoined bust of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, trident behind and dolphins below, the other side with Industry seated receiving a wreath from Fame attended by Commerce, in a fitted case.
Footnote; James Dixon and Sons was founded in 1806 in Sheffield. They manufactured pewter ware, electroplated Britannia metal, silver ware and electroplated items. They were also the world leaders in manufacturing shooting accessories in the XIX Century and were well known whistle makers as well. £250-350
302.    A .925 Silver and Green Enamel Rectangular Match Holder and Matching Cigarette Case, containing a Grand Hotel, Sheffield matchbox and a cigarette. (2) £30-50
303.    A Thornhill & Son, Sheffield Late XIX Century Wood Shoe Measure, the folding scale with two hinged slides to read the foot size, 37.5cm long extended. £15-20
304.    Lines on the Great Flood, buy J.B.Geoghegan, printed on silk by G. Burgin & Son, Chapel Walk, Sheffield (1864-1868); together with a letter dated 1966 from Sheffield City Libraries regarding the poem in a maple frame, 31 x 20cm. £20-30
305.    Two One Penny Tokens, 1812, Inscribed 'Roscoe Place Sheffield', another one penny token 1813 inscribed 'Phoenix Iron Works Sheffield' and another rubbed. (4) £20-30
306.    City of Sheffield Education Committee, bronze award medals for 4 years Punctual Attendance and Good Conduct (3), unsigned, named (Thos. Williams; Wm. A. Winterbottom; R. White), first with clasps for 1910, 1911 and 1912, last 3.5cm, others 4.7cm, and a silver award medal for 7 Years Puctual Attendance and Good Conduct, unsigned, named (Doris Sawtell), 3.5cm; S[heffield] P[risoners of] W[ar], a silver badge by Vaughton for Sheffield Prisoners of War Help Committee, 3 x 2.5cm, hallmarked Birmingham 1918; Peace Celebrations, Sheffield, 191, white metal medals. (2). £30-50
307.    Sheffield Union of the Order of Druids, c.1860, a white metal medal, unsigned, 5.3cm; Sheffield Equalized Independent Druids, a silver award medal by H. Slingsby & Son, named (Presented to Bro. J.W. Undy, P.P. by the members of the Pride of Oughty Bridge Lodge Decr. 18th 1911), 3.8 x 2.9cm, hallmarked Birmingham 1905 (!); Sheffield Equalized Independent Druids, badges (2), nickel by Nicholson, 2.7 x 2.5cm, brass and enamel by H. Slingsby & Son, 3.7 x 2.5cm. £40-60
308.    Sheffield Celebration of the Centenery of Sunday Schools, 1880, white metal medals, (4), one copper -plated), all unsigned, all 4.5cm (cf. BHM 3088 for rev.); Centenery of Sunday Schools, Sheffield District Centre, 1880, white metal medals (2, different obvs.), one signed by W.H. & S., 3.9 and 3.9cm; Sheffield Sunday School Band of Hope Union Exhibition, 1893, a silver-gilt badge by Vaughton, 2.7cm, hallmarked Birmingham 1893 [7]. W.H. & S. £50-80
309.    Sheffield Junior Chamber of Commerce 1971, Steel Medals by the British Steel Corporation, 58cm, Bicentenary of the Sheffield Assay Office 1973, a silver medal, unsigned, 3.6cm, Eclipse (Magnetics), a Unifaa magnetic alloy medal, 3.9cm, the re-launch of Napoleon's (Casino) 2010, on uniface gilt medal, 3.8cm, two Sheffield United F.C. Medalets. (7) £20-30
310.    Sheffield Photographic Society (Est. 1864), a light bronze medal, unsigned [by Vaughton], monogram within star, rev. wreath, named (W.F. Pilch Jr, 1905), 3.5cm. Extremely Fine; in black fitted case of issue. £20-30
311.    The Coming of Age of Lennox B. Dixon and Ernest D. Fawcett, 1889, a copper medal, legend around Hillsborough Park, June 13 1889 below, rev. Legend around Whirlow Court, June 14 1889 below, 3.2cm. £40-60
312.    Bowls: Sheffield & District Amateur Bowling Associated, openwork gold and enamel by Vaughton, engraved (Wath Ledingham Bowl, Winners, 1920), 25mm, hallmarked Birmingham 1920, 9ct, 9.94g, loop for suspension. £80-120
313.    Football: S[heffield] & H[allamshire] C[ounty] F[ootball] A[ssociation], Minor League 1922-23. gold and enamel by Vaughton, un-named, 25mm, hallmarked Birmingham 1922, 9ct, 11.59g; Amateur League Runners-Up, 1924-25, oval gold and enamel by J. Deakin, un-named, 29 x 23mm, hallmarked Birmingham 1924, 9ct, 7.65g. (2) £200-300
314.    Brett Payne (Sheffield); A Modern Hallmarked Silver Necklace, 'No.28 with Gold Beads', Sheffield 2001, 40.5cm long, in original long case, with booklet.
*Brett Payne card purchase receipt dated 14 June 02 £610.

£750-£850

www.brettpayne.com
Brett Payne is a leading British silversmith with over twenty-five years experience. His approach to design and making combines the ancient technique of hot forging with original and contemporary ideas of form. He designs and hand-makes all his pieces in his workshop in Sheffield, a city renowned for its silversmithing heritage.

Brett Payne is a Liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, a Freeman of The Cutlers' Company of Hallamshire, a Fellow of the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths, a past Chairman of The Goldsmiths' Craft and Design Council and a Director of British Silver Week. He regularly exhibits his work both in the UK and abroad and has participated in numerous exhibitions, most notably at The Pompidou Centre, Paris; The Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto; The Keith Lippert Gallery, Washington; The Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow and at The Goldsmiths' Hall in London. In recent years he has exhibited his work in Munich, New York and Antwerp, as well as Finland, Holland and Denmark.
Brett has won many awards for his craftsmanship and his work can be seen in numerous collections including the V&A, the Vintners' Company,
The Cutlers' Company and The House of Lords.
£750-850
315.    Stan Shaw, Master Cutler: The Story of a Sheffield Craftsman, by Geoffrey Tweedale, signed by the author and Stan Shaw (unverified). £70-90
316.    Stan Shaw, Master Cutler: The Story of a Sheffield Craftsman, by Geoffrey Tweedale, signed by Stan Shaw (unverified). £40-60
317.    Stan Shaw Master Cutler [Geoffrey Tweedale], signed by Stan Shaw. £60-80
318.    Stan Shaw and the Art Of the Pocket Knife [Geoffrey Tweedale]. signed by Mr Shaw and the author. £60-80
319.    Stan Shaw; A Two Blade Knife, with stag scales, brass linings and blank cartouche, 8cm closed. £200-300
320.    Stan Shaw; A Smokers Knife, with two blades, nail file, spike, cutter, tamper, scraper and cigar fork, mother of pearl scales. £300-500
321.    Stan Shaw; A Folding Dirk No 15, with one locking blade, polished horn scales in the coffin shape, nickel silver bolster and pommel, brass linings, workback to spring and blade, 14.5cm closed. £500-800
322.    Stan Shaw; A Single Blade Lock Knife, polished horn scales, brass linings, engraved bolsters, workback to springs and back of blade, 13cm closed. (Engraving by Peter Devine, Sheffield Engraver.) £400-600
323.    Stan Shaw; Barlow Knife, polished horn with single blade, brass bolster with brass linings, name escutcheon, 9cm closed. £200-300
324.    Stan Shaw; A Lock Knife, polished horn with single blade, brass bolsters, workback to spring and back of blade, 13cm closed. £400-600
325.    Stan Shaw; A Lock Knife, with stag scales and single blade, single brass bolster and lanyard ring, workback to springs, 13cm closed. £400-600
326.    Stan Shaw; A Three Blade Knife, stag scales, brass bolsters and worked linings, workback to springs and blades, 10cm closed. £400-600
327.    Stan Shaw; A Lock Knife, single blade, wooden scales, brass single bolster with brass worked linings, workback to springs and edge of blade, lanyard ring, 13cm closed £300-500
328.    Stan Shaw; A Three Blade Knife, stag scales, nickel silver bolsters with brass linings, workback to springs and back of blades, 12cm closed. £500-700
329.    Stan Shaw; A Pruning Knife, with stag scales and single bolster, 10.5cm closed. £300-400
330.    Stan Shaw; A Royalty Set, comprising three knives - Princess Margaret with single blade and lanyard loop; Queen Elizabeth II with single blade, button hook and lanyard ring and Prince George with three blades, spike and nail file, all knives with engraved silver scales (by Peter Devine) and workback to all springs, approximately 6cm -8cm. £700-900
331.    Stan Shaw; A Bowie Knife, stag handle with nickel silver bolsters, crossguard and pommel, with some hand etching, brass worked lining with workback to handle and back of blade, 54.5cm long, handmade brown leather sheath with embossing. (Engraving by Peter Devine, Sheffield Engraver.) £600-800
332.    Stan Shaw; A Stag Handled Bowie Knife, with brass crossguard and etched bolsters, workback to blade and tang, blade 31cm, overall length 46cm. (Engraving by Peter Devine, Sheffield Engraver.) £600-800
333.    Stan Shaw; A Folding Bowie Knife, with stag scales, brass crosspiece, workback to spring and back of blade, 31cm open, in brown fitted case. £600-800
334.    Stan Shaw; A Fifteen Piece Exhibition Knife Stamped No. 11, scissors, pen blade, long spear pocket blade, lambfoot blade, clip point blade, sheepfoot blade, eraser blade, castrator blade, corn blade, fleam, button hook, tackler blade, peach pruner blade, saw and screwdriver, with mother of pearl scales, silver bolsters and bars, hand engraved (Peter Devine) workback to springs and edge of blades, 23cm closed, in a fitted oak box with original receipt. £5000-8000
335.    Pocket Knives; A multiblade, I.X.L. Wostenholm plus Ibberson blade, mother of pearl scales, brass linings, 8cm closed. (2) £50-70
336.    A George Butler & Co (Art) Knife, with four blades and nail file, mother of pearl scales, brass linings, workback to springs and blades, 9cm closed. £50-70
337.    Pocket Knives; Two IXL Wostenholm two blade knives with mother of pearl scales, nickel silver bolsters and brass linings; H. Hobson & Son two blade knife with mother of pearl scales, brass linings and nickel silver bolsters and H.F. & Co single silver blade fruit knife with mother of pearl scales, all approximately 7.5cm closed. (4) £50-80
338.    Pocket Knives; Needham Brothers, two blades and nail file with mother of pearl scales, brass linings, 7.5cm closed; Robert Shaw, single blade knife, polished horn scales, with two religious features on one side, 9cm closed. (2) £80-120
339.    Pocket Knives; Three miniature knives with mother of pearl scales, all unnamed - a pistol grip knife with single blade and lanyard ring, a two blade knife with lanyard ring and brass bolster and a single blade and lanyard ring, 2cm -2.5cm closed. (3) £30-40
340.    Sampson Morden: A Hallmarked Silver Two Blade Knife, with with engine turned scales and lanyard ring, 6.5cm closed. £20-30
341.    Herbert Edgwick of Sheffield Pocket Knife, with mother of pearl scales, two blades, scissors, button hook, spike and nail file, lanyard ring, workback and brass linings, in case. £40-60
342.    Pocket Knives; Needham, Hill St Works, Sheffield, two blades and scissors, silver hallmarked scales, 7.5cm closed; Rodgers, four blade, scissors, nail file, spike, hallmarked silver scales, 5.5cm closed. (2) £60-80
343.    Stan Shaw; A Two Blade Knife, polished horn scales, nickel silver bolsters and brass worked linings, 10cm closed. £400-600
344.    Sampson Morden: A Two Blade Knife, with 9ct scales, engraved "Lingard Goulding", 6.5cm closed. £40-60
345.    Pocket Knives; John Watts of Sheffield, one button opening and retracting, hallmarked silver scales machine worked, 8cm closed; John Milner (Intrinsic) two steel blades and one silver blade, hallmarked silver machined scales, workback on springs, 8.5cm closed. (2) £80-100
346.    Pocket Knives; Walker & Hall advertising knife (North Eastern Superheaters) 1958, single blade, ruler and feeler gauge; Warrior Sheffield two blade; Bingham of Sheffield (Tally Hoe) single blade, screw driver, tin opener, lanyard ring; Richards single blade and one other two blade knife. (5) £15-25
347.    I.X.L. George Wostenholm Knife, with single blade, faux ivory scales, brass linings, single nickel silver bolster, 7.5cm long; plus an Italian single blade melon knife with faux ivory scales and nickel plate bolster, 14cm long. (2) £30-60
348.    Needham Brothers; A Knife, with 9ct gold scales two blades (one broken), scissors, lanyard ring, 7cm closed. £30-50
349.    Pocket Knives:- William Rodgers, with faux ---- scales, two blades, brass linings, 8cm closed; H. Fisher of Sheffield, two blades, stainless steel scales, 8cm closed; Stead & Co of Sheffield, two blade Coronation knife, 7.5cm closed and Warriss of Sheffield advertising 'Slumberland' knife with single blade, 6.5cm closed. (4) £10-20
350.    J. Howarth of Sheffield Knife, with two blades, polished horn scales, nickel silver bolster and brass linings, 9cm closed; plus a Bartles of Sheffield knife, with three blades and nail file, stag scales, nickel silver bolsters, 8.5cm closed. (2) £40-60
351.    Pocket Knives; B4ANY Sheffield, Reg No 642132, single blade and marlin spike, lanyard ring, nickel silver scales; Turner & Co, single blade, spike, tin opener, lanyard ring, nickel silver bolsters, 12cm closed. (2) £60-80
352.    Pocket Knives; T. Ellin & Co multi purpose knife, comprising two blades and four other implements, nickel silver scales, lanyard ring; plus a further un-named Sheffield knife with multi-tools, 11.5cm closed. (2) £60-80
353.    A Military Jack Knife, 1952 by Warriss of Sheffield, single blade, bottle opener, screwdriver and lanyard ring; plus one other Sheffield made knife, unnamed, 9cm each. (2) £10-20
354.    Pocket Knives - Rodgers plus one other for champagne, 9cm closed. (2) £20-30
355.    Pocket Knives - Rodgers Sheffield, single blade, metal bolster; Harrison Brothers & Howson single blade with metal bolster; Telling & Co, Sheffield (Horseman's knife), 7.5cm closed, for spares/repairs. (3) £20-30
356.    Pocket Knives - Carnaley Sheffield, "Congress Knife" stamped to one of the three blades, plus nail file, brass scales; a 'Made in Sheffield' knife, with single blade, stag scales and metal bolster, 9.5cm closed. (2) £20-30
357.    Sampson Morden: A Multi-Tool Knife, with silver hallmarked scales, two blades, bottle opener, tin opener, spanner and file, 9cm closed. £60-80
358.    Herbert Robinson -Sheffield; A Multi-Tool Knife, with single blade and eight tools, lanyard ring, nickel silver bolsters, 9cm closed. £60-80
359.    Mappin & Webb; A Horseman's Knife, with nickel silver scales, two blades and five implements, lanyard ring, 11cm closed. £80-120
360.    Jack Knives:- The Genuine British Army Knife, with single blade, tin/bottle opener, marlin spike, screwdriver and lanyard ring, 10cm closed; plus one other similar. (2) £20-40
361.    Jack Knives; The Genuine British Army Knife, with single blade, tin/bottle opener, marlin spike, screwdriver and lanyard ring, 9cm closed; plus one other. (2) £20-40
362.    Saynor; A Stag Handled Pocket/Pruning Knife, with single blade, steel linings and bolsters and flat bottom, 11cm. £60-80
363.    Richards; A Two Blade Pocket Knife, 8cm closed; A Single blade knife with wooden scales and brass bolster, 10cm closed; William Rodgers two blade knife with hardwood scales, brass bolster and linings, 9cm closed and a Wright & Sons single blade knife with stag scales and nickel silver bolster, 10cm closed. (4) £20-40
364.    A Pocket Knife, Rodgers two blade, turtle shell scales, brass linings, 7cm closed; plus a Rodgers 'Camper' single blade knife with can opener, bottle opener, screwdrive, 9cm closed and a pruning knife by G. Ibberson, with single blade and lanyard ring, 11cm closed. (3) £20-40
365.    Taylor's Eye Witness Pocket Knife, the single blade stamped "Plimsoll the Sailors Friend", with stag scales, metal bolster, 12cm closed. £20-40
366.    An Italian Style Lock Knife, ebony type scales, brass bolsters, 27.5cm open. £30-50
367.    Pocket Knives; Thomas Turner & Sons (Oil the Joints), single blade, hoof pick. stag scales, lanyard ring, 10cm closed; Radiant - Sheffield, single blade, stag scales, brass bolster and lanyard ring, Haydon - Nilos on blade, 9cm closed. (2) £40-60
368.    Pocket Knives; Richards single blade (tent mark on scales); Geo Ward three blade, nickel silver bolsters, horn scales; E.R.A. Jones-Barber, Sheffield, two blade with stag scales and metal bolsters; G. Bennett Sheffield two blades, horn scales plus one other knife. (5) £15-25
369.    Pocket Knives; Joseph Rodgers & Son military knife, single blade, tin opener, dated 1939, copper lanyard ring; J.N.O. Blyde - Sheffield, 1940 Military knife with single blade, tin opener and copper lanyard ring. (2) £30-50
370.    Suffolk Works; A Pocket/Pruning Knife, with flat bottom, stag scales and steel bolster, 10.5cm closed. £60-80
371.    H. Rodgers & Sons; A Horseman's Knife, with stag scales, nickel silver cartouche, lanyard ring, 16cm closed. £100-150
372.    Pocket Knives; Walker & Hall, one steel blade and one silver blade, hallmarked scales, 8.5cm closed; Thompson of Sheffield, two blades, silver hallmarked scales, 7.5cm closed; a Sheffield Made two blade knife with silver hallmarked scales, 7cm closed. (3) £80-100
373.    Pocket Knives; Rogers & Sons 1942 military knife, with single blade, tin opener, marlin spike and lanyard ring; plus one other. (2) £30-50
374.    Pocket Knives; Richards, Herbert Robinson and IXL Wostenholm, all with polished horn scales, single bolster, all approximately 9cm closed. (3) £15-25
375.    Pocket Knives; William Rodgers - Sheffield single blade knife with wood scales and brass bolster; Southern & Richardson - Sheffield single blade knife with steel bolster, brass linings and wood scales; Myatt & Co. - Sheffield two blade knife with brass linings and wood scales and A. Wright single blade lock knife with wood scales, brass bolster and lanyard ring. (4) £30-50
376.    A Coachman's Knife, by Lewis Barnascone of Sheffield, with stag scales, nickel silver bolsters, 9cm closed. £50-80
377.    I.X.L. Wostenholm Knife, with two blades, polished horn scales, nickel silver bolsters and brass linings, 9cm closed; plus a Humphreys Radiant Sheffield knife with two blades, one long nickel silver bolster, polished horn scales, 9cm closed. (2) £40-60
378.    I.X.L. George Wostenholm Knife, with three blades, stag scalesand nickel silver bolsters, 10.5cm closed. £50-80
379.    A Lockwood Brothers Pocket Knife, two blades, polished horn scales, nickel silver bolsters and brass linings, 9cm closed; plus another by the same maker, with single blade, wooden scales and nickel silver bolster, 10cm closed. (2) £50-80
380.    A Richards Coachman's Knife, with stag scales, two blades, spike, corkscrew, tweezers, etc, 9cm closed. £15-25
381.    Walker & Hall; A Pocket Knife, with single blade plus marlin spike, stag scales, metal bolster, 12cm closed. £30-40
382.    I.X.L. George Wostenholm Pocket Knife, with dyed stag handle, two blades, nickel silver bolsters, brass linings, 10cm closed, in original box. £40-60
383.    An H.M. Slater Lock Knife, with single blade, polished horn scales, nickel silver bolster and brass linings, 13cm closed. £80-120
384.    A Pocket Knife, T.W. Ablett of Sheffield, with single blade, stag scales, long brass bolster, brass linings, 9cm closed, in box; plus another by George Wostenholm, two blades, nickel silver bolsters, stag scales and brass linings with name cartouche, 10cm closed. (2) £20-40
385.    Pocket Knives:- Griffiths of Sheffield, with three blades, stag scales, nickel silver bolsters and brass linings, 10cm closed; S. Hibbert & Son, with single blade, can opener and lanyard ring, 11cm closed. (2) £20-30
386.    I.X.L. Schrade Limited Edition Knife, three blades, nickel silver bolsters, brass linings, 12cm closed. £60-80
387.    A Saynor Pruning Knife, with stag scales, brass flat bottom, metal bolster, single blade stamped 'Saynor' to centre, 12cm closed. £100-150
388.    Pocket Knives:- T.W. Ablett, single blade with polished horn scales, brass bolsters and brass linings, 10cm closed; Taylor's Eye Witness knife with two blades, polished horn scales, tweezers ad spike, 9cm closed. (2) £30-40
389.    I.X.L. Wostenholm Jack Knife, with single blade, can opener, marlin spike, screwdriver and lanyard ring, 9.5cm closed; plus an unnamed single bladed pruning knife with jigged horn scales and brass bolster, 9cm closed. (2) £20-40
390.    Army & Navy C.S.L; A Pocket Knife, with horn chequered scales and brass linings, single blade, saw, corkscrew, awl, tweezers and pick, 15.5cm closed, with lanyard ring. £100-150
391.    Suffolk Works; A Pocket/Pruning Knife, with flat bottom, stag scales and bolster, 12.5cm closed. £80-120
392.    I.X.L. Wostenholm Knife, with three blades, nickel silver bolsters, brass linings and stag scales, 10cm closed; another by the same maker, a multi-purpose knife with nickel silver bolsters and brass linings, 9cm closed. (2) £30-50
393.    A Flintlock Pistol, miniature boxlock percussion muff pistol, circa 1800, engraved decoration to both sides of frame and "Colling" and "Hexham" engraved to panels, screw off 4cm barrel, sliding top safety and drop down trigger, two proof marks stamped to underside of breech, flat sided wooden grips, overall length 16cm. £300-500
394.    Clements - Sheffield; A Pocket Knife, with stag scales, two blades, six tools and lanyard ring, 11.5cm closed. £80-120
395.    Army & Navy C.S.L.: Horseman's Knife, with single blade, eight different tools, stag scales, nickel silver nameplate "E. Barry", 17cm closed. £100-150
396.    H.M. Slater of Sheffield Knife, with single blade and brass bolster, 9cm closed; plus one other Sheffield made knife with wooden scales, brass bolster and linings, 10cm closed. (2) £10-20
397.    A Pocket Knife; Comprising, multi-function blade, spoon, saw, sickle, nail file, corkscrew, spike, bottle opener, fork and lanyard ring, 12cm closed. £40-60
398.    J. Nowill & Sons; A Horseman's Knife, with two blades and ten tools, stag scales, nickel silver bolster, 16cm closed. £200-300
399.    A Coachman's Knife, multi-function with many accessories, eleven in total plus screwdriver and lanyard ring, unnamed, 15cm closed. £250-350
400.    Withdrawn
401.    Bowie Knives; Wade & Butcher, Sheffield, with 12cm blade, leather and brass handle, aluminium pommel, 22.5cm long overall; plus two others, of similar design, un-named but both made in Sheffield. (3) £40-60
402.    Farriers Knives; Taylor's Eye Witness, stag handles, 20cm long. (2) £10-20
403.    William Rodgers, Sheffield; A Double Edge Commando Style Dagger, with leather handle, brass guard, 25.5cm long overall; A W.H. Fagan & Son Knife, with chequered handle, 20cm long overall. (2) £30-40
404.    A Pruning Knife, with oversize wooden scales, brass bolsters and locking ring, 31cm open. £80-100
405.    I.X.L. George Wostenholm Knife, double edged blade with etchings, brass handle with decoration, 'IXL' stamped to handle, 25.5cm long; plus a William Rodgers knife with similar blade and brass handle, 25.5cm long. (2) £60-80
406.    H.G. Long & Co (Cross Daggers) Sheffield England Knife; ebony handle with brass pommel and guard, commando style blade, 40cm long, in faux wooden sheath; plus another similar, unnamed, 28cm long. £40-60
407.    John Nowill & Sons; A Large Bowie Style Knife, with 26cm spear point blade, 13cm coffin shaped handle with brass crossguard. £15-25
408.    John Nowill & Sons; A Bowie Knife, with light wood handle and copper cross guard, blade length 27cm, overall length 40cm. £30-60
409.    A Bowie Knife, by Middleton, polished horn handle, brass pommel and guard, 39cm long in fitted brown leather sheath. £80-120