Antique, Fine Art & Collectables Auction @ 10am
on Friday17th March 2023

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1001.   2013 [EF62 LMX] Volkswagen Golf 5-door hatchback 1.6 TDI Bluemotion Tech SE, in blue, manual gearbox with 82k miles, two previous keepers, V5, one key and owner's manuals present, MOT expires Jan 2024, HPI check clear. £3000-3500
1002.   An Okra Glass Scent Bottle and Stopper, designed by Richard P. Golding, with a scrolling design against an iridescent purple ground, painted mark and dated 2003, 13.5cm high. £40-60
1003.   A Late XIX Century Green Glass Dump, with flower inset, 10cm high; A Millefiori Colourful Glass Paperweight, a Selkirk glass paperweight and another. (4) £30-50
1004.   A John Ditchfield Glasform Vase, of flattened circular form decorated with flowers and whiplash lines against an iridescent pink/purple ground, signed, paper label, 17.5cm high. £50-70
1005.   A Late XVIII/Early XIX Century Glass Goblet, the pear shaped bowl raised on a faceted stem and square foot, 15.5cm high. £50-70
1006.   Two Lalique Models of Owls, in frosted glass, one with etched marks, the other with Crystal Lalique, Paris, label, 9cm high. (2) £50-80
1007.   A Set of Six William Yeoward Amethyst Glass Goblets, the ogee shaped bowls raised on knopped stems and circular feet, etched marks, 14cm high. (6) £50-80
1008.   Two Late XIX Century Fluted Clear Glass Dressing Table Jars and an Oval Example, each with cylindrical silver engraved covers, makers mark for William Amaziah Ellwick and hallmarked London 1898, 9-16.5cm high. (3) £30-50
1009.   A Late XIX Century Glass Walking Stick, with red, white and blue spiral twist inset, 99cm long; Another Similar, 96cm long and a twisted green example, 119cm long. (3) £40-60
1010.   A Part Suite of Waterford 'Colleen Encore' Glassware, comprising; two tumblers, two brandy glasses and six sherry glasses, and three small wine glasses in a similar design. (13) £50-80
1011.   A Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Glass 'Cello' Vase, decorated in meadow green colourway, 18cm high. £120-180
1012.   A Jonathan Harris Studio Glass Paperweight, decorated in brown and green over a turquoise core, 9cm high, boxed. £30-50
1013.   A Pair of Decanters and Stoppers, the dimpled bodies with fluted tall slender necks, silver collars with makers mark for Alexander Clark Manufacturing Co., and hallmarked for Birmingham 1875, 27cm high. (2) £50-80
1014.   A Modern Lalique 'Happy' Cat, in frosted glass, modelled as a recumbent cat, etched mark, boxed with paperwork, 9cm long. £70-100
1015.   A Pair of Early XX Century German Porcelain Vases and Covers, of ovoid form decorated in alternating panels with figures in garden settings and floral sprays, all within elaborate gilt borders, 39cm high. (4) £100-150
1016.   A Small Mid XIX Century Pottery Sunderland Lustre Jug, decorated with the Cast Iron Bridge over the river Wear, the reverse with a poem, 12cm high; A Silver Lustre Pottery Jug, decorated with a fox hunting scene, 14.5cm high, a pale orange ground jug decorated in panels with cows, 15.5cm high and another. (4) £50-80
1017.   A Moorcroft Pottery Trinket Box and Cover, of oval form, painted with a purple anemone against a dark blue ground, unmarked, 13cm long; A Moorcroft Oval Dish, painted with a pink anemone against a dark blue ground, 11cm long and a Moorcroft circular bowl, painted with a pink anemone against a green ground, 11cm diameter. (3) £40-60
1018.   A Mid XIX Century Pottery Vase and Cover, with dolphin finial, the octagonal body with dragon handles to the neck and decorated with cream and gilt urns of flowers against a turquoise ground, 49cm high (restored). £40-60
1019.   A Mid XIX Century Parian Figure of a Lady Holding a Basket of Fruit, on a rocky circular base, 35cm high; Another, a lady with a bird on her shoulder and holding a jug and a goblet, 34cm high. (2) £40-60
1020.   A Moorcroft Pottery Table Lamp, painted in the 'Peony' pattern against a dark blue ground, mounted on a wooden base, with shade, 20cm high. £50-80
1021.   A Mid XIX Century Pottery Sunderland Lustre Jug, moulded and painted with cherubs and goats within a border of fruiting vines, 15cm high; A Similar Jug, moulded with figures and dogs, 15cm high, a jug moulded with horses and figures, 14cm high and another. (4) £50-80
1022.   A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Bowl, painted in the Anemone pattern against a dark blue ground, signed in green, impressed marks, 16.5cm diameter; A Moorcroft Pottery Baluster Vase, painted in the Anemone pattern against a blue ground, impressed marks, 1105cm high. (2) £50-80
1023.   A Gustavsberg Pottery Bowl, of circular tapering form, painted with a stylised leaf pattern in yellow, green and black, designed by Stig Lindberg, painted marks and numbers 155 G186, 17cm high. £50-80
1024.   A Dresden Early XX Century Porcelain Leaf Shaped Dish, decorated with flowers within a gilt border, 15cm long; A Pair of Mid XX Century Dessert Plates, painted with landscapes within blue and gilt borders, unmarked, 23cm diameter. (3) £20-30
1025.   A Pair of Late XIX/Early XX Century Porcelain Vases and Covers, of ovoid form, decorated with alternating bands of figures in garden settings and floral sprays within a yellow ground with gilt borders, printed marks, 32cm high. (4) £70-100
1026.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweights, 'Siamese Cat', 'Cat' and 'Kitten', gold stoppers, 9-13cm high, various dates, one boxed. (3) £60-80
1027.   A Set of Six Late XIX Century German Porcelain Figurines, representing Music, Painting, Theatre and Sculptor, etc, each on rocky shaped bases, 21cm high. (6) £70-100
1028.   Two Mid XIX Century Pearlware Pottery Plates 'Band of Hope' and 'The Sire Turns O'er', each printed in black within moulded borders, 17.5cm and 14.5cm diameter. (2) £20-40
1029.   A Pair of Derby Porcelain Saucer Dishes, decorated with stylised foliage and central star motifs in blue and gilt within an apricot ground, one with crown and 'D' mark, 20cm diameter. (2) £20-40
1030.   A Pair of Derby Porcelain Figures, modelled as a young lady and gentleman, she with a sheep, he with a dog, raised upon scrolling circular bases, red crown and 'D' marks, 24cm high; A German Figure Group. (3) £70-100
1031.   Four Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweights, Baby Rowsley Rabbit, gold stopper with certificate, Bunting, Gold stopper, Chipped Blue Bird, gold stopper and Blue Tit, gold stopper. (4) No Boxes. £60-80
1032.   Four Royal Crown Derby Plates, all decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date codes for 1981 and 1993, 16-27cm diameter. (4) £40-50
1033.   Eight Royal Crown Derby Plates, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, comprising one dinner plate, 26cm diameter (seconds), three dessert plates, 21cm diameter and four side plates, 16cm diameter (two seconds). (8) £70-100
1034.   A 1960/70's Italian Pottery Model of a Seated Cat, decorated with pink flowers, 73.5cm high. £20-30
1035.   A Mid XIX Century Pearlware Dish, of quatrefoil footed form, decorated in blue with panels of Chinoiserie landscapes within a floral ground, 28cm long; A Pearlware Tea Bowl and Saucer. (3) £20-30
1036.   A Moorcroft Pottery Shallow Circular Bowl, painted with the 'Orchid' pattern against a dark blue ground, signed, painted and impressed marks, 25cm diameter. £60-80
1037.   A Late XIX Century Meissen Porcelain Model of Four Cherubs, representing 'Autumn', each holding grapes beside a goat, oval scrolling base, blue crossed swords marks, impressed 2499, 17cm high. £300-500
1038.   A German Salt Glazed Bellarmine Jug, moulded with stylised floral roundel and mask face to the neck, 22cm high. £100-150
1039.   An Interesting Collection of Items Relating to Damien Hirst, to include: An invitation to Romance in the Age of Uncertainty exhibition, 9th September 2003 at 9 Grosvenor Place, a drawing inscribed 'This drawing was created at the opening of the Damien Hirst Show - Romance in the Age of Uncertainty', two Butterfly pottery mugs and two plates and a Saatchi Gallery leaflet. £200-300
1040.   Two Porcelain Hadley Royal Worcester Pot Pourri Vases and Pierced Covers, of squat tapered form, one painted with pink and yellow roses, the other with flowering blackberries, painted and impressed marks, 11cm high, restored; A Lock and Co Petal Shaped Dish, in a plated stand. £40-60
1041.   A Wedgwood Porcelain Lustre Bowl, of octagonal form, decorated with birds in flight against a mottled blue ground, the interior against a mottled orange ground, printed mark, 12.5cm diameter. £60-80
1042.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Pot Pourri Vase and Cover, of lobed globular form, painted and indistinctly signed with ripening fruit on mossy woodland banks within moulded gilt bands, black mark, shape number H162, 12cm high. £80-120
1043.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Dish, inscribed "W. Foster, Carlisle", decorated in Imari pattern 1128, of footed shaped square form with acorn handles, date code for 1918, 20.5cm long; A Matching Tea Cup and Saucer. (3) £40-60
1044.   A Moorcroft Pottery Plate, painted in the 'Anemone' pattern with pink and purple flowers against a dark blue ground, painted and impressed marks, 25cm diameter; A Matching Jug, 15cm high. (2) £70-100
1045.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Miniature Tapered Coffee Can, painted and indistinctly signed with ripening fruit on a mossy woodland bank, black mark, 7cm high; A Royal Worcester Miniature Plate, similarly painted, black mark. 9cm diameter. (2) £50-80
1046.   A Modern Moorcroft Pottery Rectangular Tray, painted in the 'Anna Lily' pattern, impressed and painted marks, 9 x 20cm. £30-50
1047.   A Royal Worcester Pottery Vitreous Dish, painted by Johnson, signed, with a corncrake within a dark blue and gilt border, 17cm long. £40-60
1048.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Trinket Bowl and Cover, of shaped square footed form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1912, 18cm high. £30-50
1049.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of squat globular form, painted in the 'Passion Flower' pattern against a dark green ground, painted and impressed marks, 11cm high; A Small Pear Shaped Moorcroft Vase, painted with white flowers, 10cm high. (2) £50-70
1050.   A Wemyss Pottery Bowl, of circular form, painted in the 'Jazzy Rose' pattern, black painted mark, 213, 13cm diameter. £40-60
1051.   A Late XIX Century Bretby Pottery Stick Stand, of cylindrical form, the green mottled ground moulded and entwined with a dragon, impressed marks, 60cm high. £40-60
1052.   A Pair of XVIII Century Porcelain Figures of a Lady and Gentleman, each standing before a bocage floral background and raised on scrolling pierced bases, 27cm high. (2) £80-120
1053.   A Modern Moorcroft Mantle Clock, painted in the 'Finches' pattern against a shaded blue ground, impressed marks, 15.5cm high. £40-60
1054.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Zebra', gold stopper, date code for 1997, 13.5cm high, boxed. £60-80
1055.   A Pair of Sitzendorf Porcelain Figures of a Lady and Gentleman, she carrying a basket and holding a rabbit, he carrying a basket and holding a bird, rectangular footed base, blue crown and 'D' mark, 19cm high. (2) £20-30
1056.   A Peggy Davies Ruby Fusion Comic Grotesque Pottery Bird 'The Whisperer', from the Phoenix series, number 63 of a limited edition of 100, 26.5cm high. £40-60
1057.   An Art Deco Pottery Teapot and Cover Modelled in the Form of a Tank, the cover with head finial, and decorated in lime green and silver lustre, probably Sadler, unmarked, 22cm long. £30-50
1058.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Figure of a Dancing Lady, wearing a long flowing dress in green and gilt, raised on circular plinth base, puce mark, date code for 1916, shape number 2654, 27cm high. £50-80
1059.   An Art Deco Pottery Figure of a Reclining Female, in a bronze effect finish, on stepped plinth (absent item holes to her shoulders and front base), 22cm high. £30-40
1060.   A Garniture of Mid XIX Century Porcelain Vases, of two handled campana form, painted in panels with floral sprays with cream and gilt cartouches and green grounds, 16-20cm high. (3) £40-60
1061.   A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the Anemone pattern with pink and purple flowers against a dark blue ground, impressed and painted marks, 18cm high. £50-80
1062.   A Royal Doulton Pottery Figure 'The Parson's Daughter', HN 564, printed and painted marks, 26cm high; Another 'The Old Balloon Seller' HN 1315. (2) £50-80
1063.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Bengal Tiger', gold stopper, date code for 1994, 13cm high, boxed. £70-100
1064.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweights, 'Ladybird (Seven Spot)', 'Blue Ladybird' and 'Ladybird (Two Spot), gold stoppers, date code for 1997, 5.5cm long, all boxed. (3) £50-70
1065.   A Moorcroft Pottery Shallow Circular Dish, painted in the 'Pomegranate' pattern against a sage green ground, signed in green, 10.5cm diameter. £40-60
1066.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Miniature Teapot and Cover, of globular form with flower knop, painted by Roberts, signed with ripening fruit on a mossy woodland bank, black mark, date code for 1955, 9cm high. £50-80
1067.   A Royal Worcester Porcelain Miniature Bowl, of circular form, painted with ripening fruit against a mossy woodland bank, signed indistinctly, black marks, 5cm diameter. £30-50
1068.   Two Moorcroft Miniature Bell Pulls or Buttons, each painted in the Pomegranate pattern, one circular, the other of barrel form, each with a hole to the under side, 2.5cm long/diameter. (2) £50-80
1069.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweights, Derbyshire Duckling, Teal and Bakewell Duckling, gold and silver stoppers, boxed. (3) £50-80
1070.   Four Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweights, 'Winter Owl', 'Royal Robin', 'Autumn Squirrel' and 'Winter Owlet', all with gold stopper and boxed. (4) £70-100
1071.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Bird Paperweights, Nuthatch - silver stopper, Coal Tit, gold stopper and Crested Tit. (3) No Boxes. £40-60
1072.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Camel', gold stopper, date code for 1996, 17.5cm high, boxed. £70-100
1073.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Bengal Tiger Cub', gold stopper, date code for 1995, 10cm high, boxed. £30-50
1074.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Cheetah', gold stopper, date code for 2015, 13cm high boxed; Two Others, 'Ivy Hedgehog' and 'Holly Hedgehog'. (3) £60-80
1075.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Barn Owl', gold stopper, date code for 2002, 11cm high; Two Others, 'Robin' (seconds, silver stopper and 'Blue Tit', silver stopper. (3) No Boxes. £40-60
1076.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweights, 'Contented Kitten', 'Contented Cat' and 'Cottage Garden Kitten', gold stoppers, 7.5 - 11cm high, various dates, all boxed. (3) £40-60
1077.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight, 'Emperor Penguin', gold stopper, date code for 2011, 13.5cm high. £30-40
1078.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweights, Mallard, Chaffinch and Wren, all gold stopper and boxed. (3) £60-80
1079.   A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Figure of a Girl Holding a Kitten in Her Dress, circular base, printed and painted marks, shape number 1779, 17cm high; Another, a Seated Mermaid, 4.5cm high. (2) £30-50
1080.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweights, 'Sleeping Kitten', 'Playful Ginger Kitten' and 'Papbox Cottage Kitten', gold stoppers, various dates, all boxed. (3) £50-80
1081.   A Set of Six German Porcelain Early XX Century Monkey Band Figurines, each in colourful costume and playing an instrument, and a conductor, 9-16cm high. (6) £40-60
1082.   A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Rocky Mountain Bear', gold stopper, date code for 1998, 8.5cm high; Another, 'Penguin and Chick', gold stopper, date code for 1998, 12.5cm high, boxed. (2) £60-80
1083.   Three Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweights, 'Orchard Hedgehog', 'Nesting Robin' and 'Baby Rabbit', gold stoppers, various dates, 5-7cm high, all boxed. (3) £60-80
1084.   Two Royal Worcester Candle Snuffer Cats, 'Giles Cat' and 'Nelson Cat', 10-11.5cm high, one boxed. (2) £30-50
1085.   A Modern Japanese Carved Wood Okimono in the form of a Crouching Man, 3.5cm high and two similar netsuke, one carved as a recumbent tiger, the other a bird perched in a tree. (3) £30-50
1086.   A Pair of Chinese Late XIX/Early XX Century Hardwood Figures, carved as Sages, each holding a staff and carrying fruit, in traditional robes standing on pierced oval bases, 54.5cm high. £70-100
1087.   A Mid XX Century Thirteen Piece Faux Tortoiseshell Dressing Table Set, decorated with Chinoiserie style mountainous rive landscapes, in a fitted case. £60-80
1088.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Japanese Triptych Print, depicting ladies in a long boat, each 34 x 23cm; Another, a lady holding a mirror, all framed and glazed. (2) £40-60
1089.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Chinese Pottery Vases, of baluster form, painted in blue with dragons entwining flowering shrubs, all within scrolling borders, 37cm high. (2) £100-150
1090.   A Pair of Japanese Late XIX Century Three Sectional Brass Vases, with overlaid decoration of figures, butterflies and flowers, 45cm high. (2) £200-300
1091.   An Early XX Century Mah-Jong Set, the leatherette carrying case with lift-out trays containing bone and bamboo tiles and sticks, instruction manual, book and two Chad Valley score cards. £50-80
1092.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Canton Famille Rose Dish, of shaped circular form, colourfully decorated with flowers and butterflies, 33cm diameter; Another Similar, with birds, flowers and butterflies, 33cm diameter. (2) £100-150
1093.   A Chinese Late XIX Century Compressed Tea Block, moulded with a temple between star and calligraphy border, the reverse with a geometric design, 24 x 18.5cm. £20-30
1094.   A Late XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Vase and Cover, of baluster form, painted in blue with flowering prunus trees within a Greek key pattern border, character marks to base, 40cm high; Another Similar, (no cover). (3) £80-120
1095.   A Collection of Four Bronze Pestle and Mortars. (8) £30-40
1096.   A Chinese XIX Century Porcelain Tankard, painted in blue with a Chinoiserie river landscape,12cm high; A Chinese Blue and White Ginger Jar and Cover, painted with vases of flowers in panels against a flowerhead ground, 20cm high on a hardwood stand. (4) £60-80
1097.   A Burmese Carved Wood Figure of Buddha Shakyamuni, possibly XVI/XVII Century, seated in dhyanasana with one hand in bhumisparsha mudra and the other in dhyana mudra, with elongated ear lobes, highlighted in gilt, 32.5cm high. £500-700
1098.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Satsuma Pottery Koro and Pierced Cover, of compressed globular form raised on three shaped feet, finely decorated with flowers and butterflies, signed, 9cm diameter. £80-120
1099.   A Chinese Bronze Tripod Censer, of two handled circular form, six character mark to base, 12.5cm diameter. £100-150
1100.   A Late XIX Century Kutani Pottery Japanese Bottle Vase, decorated with figures in a river landscape, the neck with a geometric, floral and bird design, character mark to base, 31cm high; A Canton Famille Rose Cylindrical Teapot and Cover. (3) £40-60
1101.   A Japanese XIX Century Pottery Satsuma Vase, of globular form painted with chrysanthemums and birds within a geometric border, 16cm high. £150-200
1102.   An Early XX Century Chinese Cloisonné Shallow Circular Bowl, decorated in green with flowers and scrolls to the exterior and butterflies to the interior, 28cm diameter, on a carved hardwood stand and a similar cigarette box and match box holder. (4) £40-60
1103.   A Late XIX Century Japanese Pottery Charger, of shaped circular form decorated in the Imari palette with a central basket of flowers surrounded by a border of Dogs of Fo and scrolling flowers and foliage, 47cm diameter. £50-80
1104.   An Interesting Collection of Items Belonging to Elizabeth Sweeting (1914-1999), Who Became the General Manager of the Aldeburgh Festival and Oxford Playhouse, to include two M.B.E. medals and dress medals, with certificate, university gown, Oxford Playhouse celebration of her life remembrance book, silver plated presentation bowl, books, pictures, etc. (A Lot) £100-150
1105.   An Early XX Century Yellow Metal Medallion, the front showing a portrait of Elizabeth I and inscribed "coll ss et individ trin reg Elizabeth jvxta dvel 1591", the reverse with a crest and inscribed 'Literis Recentioribus Feligiter Excultis Muriel M Russell 1924, in a fitted West and Son case inscribed "Trinity College Dublin", 5cm diameter. £40-60
1106.   An Austrian Cold Painted Bronze Model of a Cockatoo, in the manner of Bergman, unmarked, 9cm high. £80-120
1107.   An Austrian Cold Painted Bronze Model of an Owl, in the manner of Bergman, unmarked, 9cm high. £80-120
1108.   An Austrian Cold Painted Bronze Model of a Parrot, the base marked 'Geschutzt in the manner of Bergman', 6.5cm high. £100-150
1109.   WITHDRAWN - An Early XX Century Oval Gilt Metal Trinket Box, the lid painted with a portrait of a lady wearing a feathered hat and cream dress with purple bow, signed Hastainy, within a blue enamel border, the side embossed with berries and foliage with scrollwork, 10.5cm long. £40-60
1110.   A Robert Thompson 'Mouseman' Ashtray, of rectangular form, with carved mouse signature, 10cm long. £50-80
1111.   Cigars - Box of 20 Opal Cigares with Zenith Gaz Lighter No.122, wooden box lid detached. £15-30
1112.   S. Stock & Sons of Sheffield; A Multi-Blade Pocket Knife, with three blades plus one silver, scissors, nail file, cork screw, awl, fork, scoop, spike, file and one other, mother of pearl scales, name plate, workback to all springs, 8.5cm closed. £100-150
1113.   A Coachman's Knife, with thirteen various tools and blades, ivory scales, steel bolster, brass linings, lanyard ring, a small amount of scrollwork on body of knife, 16cm closed.
*Ivory Act 2023 Registration number T8YPKK9F. £300-400
1114.   A 1951 Festival of Britain Skylon Souvenir Biro Desk Pen, housed within a printed cellophane cone, the cardboard base printed 'Miles-Martin Pen Company Product', pack designed by W.M. de Majo, product by Richard Pye & Co Ltd, original box, 23cm high. £150-200
1115.   A Selection of Treen, to include: dish, boxes and screw covers, pepperette, vases, etc. (A Lot) £60-90
1116.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Writing Box, of rectangular form, inlaid in satinwood with a central lyre and shamrocks within a border of thistles, roses and shamrocks, the fold down lid revealing a velvet lined slope and lidded compartments, 36 x 26cm. £40-60
1117.   A Mid XIX Century Coromandel Box, of domed rectangular form with elaborate brass mounts and oval Ashford marble medallion to the lid, 17 x 22cm. £40-60
1118.   An Early XIX Century Sampler, worked in silks by Dorothy Aukland aged 13, 1818, with a view of Aldwork Hall, verse, birds, flowers, etc, framed and glazed, 48 x 46cm. £70-100
1119.   A XIX Century Copper Printing Plate, of a Willow Pattern meat dish, 37 x 45cm. £40-60
1120.   A Selection of Eight Late XIX Century Pieces of Mauchline Ware, to include: double stamp box, three other boxes, a small dish, a pin cushion and two glass beakers in tapered containers. (8) £30-50
1121.   A Late XIX Century 'Little Joe Bank' Cast Iron Money Box, with painted decoration, 13cm high. £20-30
1122.   An Early XX Century Pewter WMF Style Desk Standish, the shaped rectangular base cast with a winged figure, the right hand side inset with a glass inkwell with hinged cover, 28cm long. £70-100
1123.   Two Mid XX Century Blue John Pen Holders, raised on square bases, 11cm high, A Blue John Book-End, mounted on a marble base, 10cm high, Blue John Bowl, (in pieces) and two specimen rocks. (6) £70-100
1124.   Natural History: A Fossilized Mammoth Tooth, displayed in a wrought iron stand, 18cm high. £100-150
1125.   A Late XIX Century Brass Bobbin Stand, surmounted by a speltre bird with two taperstick holders and four branches raised on a circular foot, 20cm high. £40-60
1126.   A Late XIX Century Baton, the tapered stick with yellow metal mounts and pommel cast with scrolling decoration, 51.5cm long. £30-50
1127.   A Mid Victorian Mahogany Graphascope, with hinged platform base with one lens, the other end with pierced slide holder with bone knobs, 32cm. £60-80
1128.   A Mid XIX Century Rosewood Sewing Box, of shaped rectangular form, the lid inlaid in various woods with roses and raised on scrolling feet, the interior with lift-out tray with compartments containing: a tape measure, chalks, pin cushions, button, thread holders, etc. £50-80
1129.   Woodworking Tools; A Mathieson and Son Cast Steel Smoother, 23cm long, a Mathieson and Son rebate plane, 18cm long, a Sorby plane and a shafter. (5) £80-120
1130.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Oval Twin Handled Tray, with crossbanding and shaped gallery. £25-40
1131.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Work Box, of sarcophagus form with mother of pearl cartouche and escutcheon, the interior with blue silk and purple velvet lining, 31cm long. £40-60
1132.   An Art Nouveau Pewter Dish, of oval form with pierced floral handles and turquoise enamel centre, 13cm long; A Heavy Victorian Pressed Glass Inkwell, with gilt metal mounts, 9cm high. (2) £20-30
1133.   A Mid XIX Century Tunbridge Ware Stationary Box, of shaped form, the sloping lid decorated with a spaniel within a floral and geometric border, the interior with four compartments, 12.5cm high. £50-80
1134.   A Regency Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy, of sarcophagus form raised on bun feet, the interior with two compartments with ivory knops and borders, 16cm high.

*Ivory Act 2023 Registration number F9W4TH85. £150-250
1135.   Taxidermy: A Late XIX Century Taxidermy Group of Exotic Birds and Beetles, mounted on branches amongst grasses, under a glass dome on a gilt painted wooden base, 58cm high. £150-250
1136.   A Late XIX Century Copper Jelly Mould, of circular form with elaborate spirals, stamped '365'. 12cm high; Another, of oval form with flutes, 17cm long. (2) £40-60
1137.   An Early XX Century Wood Aboriginal Paddle Form Spear, carved with a geometric design, 72cm long; Another Plain Example, and two boomerangs. (4) £40-60
1138.   A Mid XIX Century Rectangular Mahogany Brass Bound Box and Hinged Cover, with carrying handles to the sides, 22cm high. £30-50
1139.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Apothecary Chest, with brass carrying handle, inscribed with initials and dated 1856, the double doors opening to thirteen bottles and stoppers, with three drawers with bone handles and a further brass handled drawer below containing scales, beaker, jars, etc, 36.5cm high. £150-200
1140.   A Selection of Treen, to include: butter moulds, pastry marker, bird whistle, goblet, bobbin holder, needle case, pair of napkin rings, dice shakers, spectacle case, etc. (A Lot) £50-80
1141.   A Mid XIX Century Rosewood Rectangular Writing Box, with central brass cartouche, the red velvet interior with inkwell, pen tray and stamp slope, 35cm long. £50-70
1142.   A Promotional Novelty Dog and Ball, made from Woodbine cigarette packets, 25cm long. £20-30
1143.   A Vintage Enamel Sign 'Woodbine The Great Little Cigarette', against a yellow ground, 91 x 61cm. £100-150
1144.   A Vintage Enamel Railway Sign, the blue lettering inscribed "Passengers are requested to move quickly on and off the trains" on a white ground, 30.5 x 20.5cm. £40-60
1145.   A Vintage Enamel Sign, decorated to both sides with a bell in blue and inscribed "N.T.C. You May Telephone From Here" against a white ground, 49 x 48cm. £100-150
1146.   An Early XX Century Violin, with two-piece back, no label, with two bows, in case, length of back 36cm. £20-30
1147.   A Viola, with two piece back, bears label for "Frank S. Porritt, Darlington", length of back 17", with bow, cased. £40-60
1148.   A Mid XIX Century Swiss Musical Box, of small rectangular form, the lid with inlaid decoration, steel comb and brass barrel, 29cm long. £100-150
1149.   An Early XX Century Rosewood Flute, with white metal keys and mounts, in original fitted wood case, £30-50
1150.   A Hawkes and Co Clippertone Excelsior Sonorous Class A Cornet, No 31870, with mouth piece, in a fitted black case, 33cm long. £20-30
1151.   A Violin, with two piece back, bears label for "K. Porritt, Leeds", length of back 14.5", cased. £40-60
1152.   A Lorenzl Art Deco Silvered Metal Figure of a Dancer, standing on one leg, her arms outstretched, raised on a circular onyx base, signed, 31cm high. £150-200
1153.   A Hardy Patent Pick Co Ltd, Sheffield Davy Lamp, 24cm high (handle down). £100-150
1154.   After J. Dalbreuse; A Late XIX Century Bronze Model of a Fisherman Holding a Shrimp Net, 39cm high. £150-200
A Bronze Cast as a Lady Walking a Narrow Footbridge over a River, signed, 35cm high. £200-300
1156.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Ever Ready Electric Ceiling Watch Stand, the black case opening out to reveal a pull down mirror, ladies pocketwatch and bulbs, the button on the flexible cord projecting the image on the ceiling, 18cm high. £60-80
1157.   A Heavy Bronze Mortar, possibly XVIII Century, of tapered circular form applied with geometric forms to the sides, 7cm high. £30-50
1158.   A William Crawford and Co Biscuit Tin in the Form of a Globe, 21cm high; A Carr and Co Biscuit Tin in the Form of a Sideboard. (2) £30-50
1159.   A Lorenzl Art Deco Silvered Metal Figure of a Dancer, standing on one leg, her arms outstretched, raised on a circular onyx base, signed, 30.5cm high. £150-200
1160.   Scott Hanson (American) Patinated Blue Bronze 'Winter's Song', on a black base, signed limited edition 63/850, 30cm high. £100-150
1161.   An Early XX Century Alabaster Bust of a Young Girl, with bronze mounts on a shaped base, 17cm high. £80-120
1162.   A Davy Style Miners Lamp, stamped 'J. Mills and Sons, Newcastle on Tyne', with brass dome top and circular base, three iron vertical side bars to protect the gauze, 25cm high (handle down). £100-150
1163.   An Early XIX Century Coconut Goblet, with white metal collar, raised on a stepped circular base, 18cm high. £40-60
1164.   A Bjornstad, Norway Modernist Enamelled Dish on Copper, of circular form, decorated with a multi-coloured spiral design, stamped mark, 14cm diameter. £40-60
1165.   A W & R Jacob and Co Ltd Biscuit Tin in the Form of a Stagecoach, the lid with crown finial, 22cm long. £60-80
1167.   An Underwood and Underwood Stereoscopic Viewer and Thirty-Eight Cards, including the Siege of Port Arthur, a trench filled with Japanese dead, the Japanese batteries firing on Russian port, etc. £40-60
1168.   A Wax Portrait Bust of 'Capt. Paul Jones', with painted details, in an enclosed frame, 9.5cm long; A XIX Century Cameo Glass Portrait of Pope Pius X, mounted and framed. (2) £30-50
1169.   A Mid XIX Century Oval Portrait Miniature, painted with a head and shoulders portrait of a lady wearing a white dress and blue shawl, in a black lacquered frame with gilt metal mounts, 9.5 x 8.5cm. £20-30
1170.   An Underwood and Underwood Stereoscopic Viewer and a Box of Cards 'Jerusalem Through the Stereoscope', together with System Maelzel Metronome, 23cm high. £50-80
1171.   An Early XX Century Portrait on Glass of a Regency Lady, wearing a weathered hat and pink dress, 13 x 9cm; A Portrait Miniature of 'Lady Blessington', wearing a blue dress, 6.5 x 5cm and another modern example. (3) £30-50
1172.   An Early XX Century Standard Lamp, the pottery column in the style of Zsolnay Pecs and decorated with trailing flowers within gilt metal mounts and circular base, 148cm high. £150-200
1173.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Brass Bound Writing Box, the interior with writing slope (part missing), two inkwells, pen tray, lidded compartment, etc, 45cm long. £20-30
1174.   A Pair of Mid XX Century Gilded Metal Two Branch Wall Lights, of scrolling floral and foliate design, 35cm long. (2) £30-50
1175.   A Copper Ship's Lamp 'Anchor', of circular form; Another Stamped 'Stern', with flat back stamped Tavernier Dastane. (2) £50-70
1176.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Mahogany Wall Brackets, elaborately carved with foliage and scrolls, 36cm long, a wall bracket carved with an eagle and another with satinwood inlay. (4) £60-80
1177.   A Mid XX Century Brass Ship's Bell, inscribed "Moose 1959", with wall bracket and knotted handle to the clanger, 26cm high. £80-120
1178.   A Late XIX Century Painted Cast Iron Model of an Owl, perched on a branch, 49cm high. £50-80
1179.   A Set of Six Mid XX Century Gilded Metal Two Branch Wall Lights, of scrolling foliate form, 31.5cm long. (6) £100-150
1180.   A Pair of Mid XX Century Gilded Metal Towel Holders, each with cherub and shell surmount, 25cm long and another matching, 31cm long. (3) £30-50
1181.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album, to include: European and British topographical scenes, many of Versailles, Constantinople, Isle of Wight, Milan, etc. £40-60
1182.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album, containing: European and British topographical views including Norfolk, Newquay, etc, comic, White Star Line, poem cards, greetings, etc. £30-50
1183.   An Album of Approximately Forty-Four Early XX Century Picture Postcards of Sheffield Interest, to include: Endcliffe Woods, Town Hall Square, Botanical Gardens, etc. £30-50
1184.   An Album of Early XX Century Picture Postcards of Birthday Greetings, (approximately eighty in total). £20-40
1185.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album, containing European and British topographical scenes, Cunard Line ships, flowers, many of South African wild flowers, birds' eggs, art, etc. £40-60
1186.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album, containing: WWI cards, some silk, poem cards, actresses, topographical views, some of Yorkshire interest and comic. £30-50
1187.   An Album of Early XX Century Picture Postcards, containing topographical views including Sheffield, Hull. Grimsby, etc, comic, actresses, greetings, etc. £40-60
1188.   An Album of Picture Postcards, including Daily Mail War Pictures 1953 by G.H. Smith, approximately forty-seven and over ninety early XX Century greetings cards, birthday, Christmas, etc. £40-60
1189.   Folio Society: Rulers of the Ancient World, 2004 five box set, A History of Rome, and five other historical reference related editions, all in slipcases. (11) £30-40
1190.   A Box of Books and Pamphlets on Art, Cars, Architecture, etc, to include; Smaller Retail Shops, British Drawing as Applied to Natural Forms, Asprey Catalogue, 69 Cortina Handbook, etc. (A Lot). £20-40
1191.   Folio Society: Ten Editions - The Adventures of Casanova, 2007, Travels in West Africa, 2007, The Greek Myths (vols I and II) and six others, all in slipcases. (10) £30-40
1192.   Two Albums of Early XX Century Picture Postcards and Photographs, to include; WWI silk, topographical views - Midland Hotel Manchester, Bigg Market - Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Market Place Ripon, etc. £30-50
1193.   A Collection of Leather Bound Classic Literature, mainly XIX Century editions to include: Anthony Trollope - Framley Parsonage, George Eliot - Daniel Daronda, four volumes, pub. William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London,1876, and Middlemarch, 1890, Cecilia or Memoirs of an Heiress by the author Evelina, vols 1-5, printed for T. Payne and Sons and T. Caddell in Mews Gate in the Strand, 1786, etc:- Two Boxes £30-50
1194.   A Box of Antiquarian Books and Maps on Travel and Local History, to include: Kelly's Directory of Norfolk 1929, Noakes Worcestershire Relics, Rambles Around Rossendale, Roscoe's North Wales, Middlesex Biographical and Pictorial, etc. (A Lot) £30-50
1195.   Highways and Byways in Derbyshire, J.B. Firth, 1905, pub. London: Macmillan and Co Ltd; Reptiles and Birds, with 308 illustrations, 1892, pub. Cassell and Company Ltd; Discoveries and Inventions, of the nineteenth century, Robert Routledge, 1886, pub. London: George Routledge and Sons and a collection of leather bound classic literature. (A Lot) £30-50
1196.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcards Album, to include: topographical views, many of London, the lake District, Switzerland, etc., actors, Greetings, etc. £40-60
1197.   Sterne [L}: A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy, c.1780, two vols; Secret History of the Green Room, vol 2; De Lairess [Gerald]: A Treatise of the Art of Painting, two vols, etc. (8) £40-60
1198.   Folio Society: The Holy Land, Roberts [David] -Syria, Idumea and Arabia and Nubia, 2010 limited editions printed by Editoriale Bortolazzi on Gardapat Kiara paper, in slipcases. (2) £200-300
1199.   Scott [Sir Walter]: Rokeby, A Poem in Six Cantos, illustrated with engravings from Thomas Stothard, 1813, pub. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees. calf binding; The Waverley Novels, in five volumes, 1843, pub. Robert Cadell, Edinburgh, gilt tooled maroon leather spines, marbled boards; Thackeray's Works, thirteen vols, 1899, pub. London, Smith Elder & Co. gilt tooled calf bindings. (A Lot). £40-60
1200.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album, to include: comic - some Bamforth's, topographical views, greetings, poem cards, etc. £40-60
1201.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album, containing topographical views mainly of Huddersfield, Greetings, Air Ship, flowers, comic etc. £40-60
1202.   Antiquarian Leather Bound Books, mainly XVIII and XIX Century, to include Cecilia or Memoirs of an Heiress by the author of Evelina, vols 1-5, 1782, pub. London, printed for T. Payne and Son at Mews-gate; A Companion for the Festivals and Feasts of the Church of England, fifth edition 1708; The Nature, Power and Deceit and Prevalency of Indwelling Sin in Believers by John Owen D.D. 1774, printed for G. Keith, in Grace-Church Street. (13) £30-50
1203.   A Box of Mainly Antiquarian Books on Natural History, to include: Goldsmiths Animated Nature, vols I and II, Natural History of the County of Stafford, The Land of the Lakes 1906, The Botanical Atlas, A Manual of Gardening for India, etc. (A Lot). £40-60
1204.   A Collection of Leather Bound Antiquarian Exploration and Travel Related Books, to include: Conquest of Peru, vols I and II, 1881, London, George Routledge and sons; Hartwig's Tropical World, 1863, London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts and Green; Stanley's Emin Pasha Expedition, A.J. Walters, 1890, pub. London: John C. Nimmo; Account of India, 1832 third edition, two vols, etc:- One Box plus a folio of maps. (2) £30-50
1205.   Judson [B.V.A.]: The Christian Missionary, pub by T. Nelson and Sons, 1703; Biographia Ecclesiastica or The Lives of The Most Eminent Fathers, vol II, printed in 1704; Kempis [Thomas]: The Christian's Exercise or The Rules to Live Above the World, pub by R.S. and sold by Charles Rivington, 1715 and Sabbath and Festival Prayers According to German and Polish Jews, etc. (8) £40-60
1206.   An Album of Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include topographical views, trains, greetings, comic, etc. £40-60
1207.   Ten WWI Silk Postcards/Christmas Greetings, 'To My Dear Wife, 'To My Dear Boy' etc., a similar Birthday card, vintage postcards, mother's day cards, cuttings, etc. £25-35
1208.   Wilson [Robert]: The Life and Times of Queen Victoria, vols I and II, 1900, pub. Cassell and Company Ltd., half calf binding; Life of Cisero, vols I and II, 1741, London, full calf and Old England - A Pictorial Museum of Royal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial and Municipal Popular Antiquities, vols I and II, 1845, pub. London, Charles Knight and Co, half calf. (6) £40-60
1209.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album, containing topographical views, London, Yeovil, Buxton noted, Greetings, photographs, etc. £20-30
1210.   Shakespeare [William]: A Mid Summer Nights Dream, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, pub by Doubleday, Page & Co, New York and William Heinemann, London, 1908; Armour [Margaret]: The Ring of the Nibelung, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, 1910 and ten other books including:- The British Carry On - A Collection of Wartime Drawings by Pont, The Theory and Practice of Gamesmanship, etc. (12) £50-80
1211.   In a Tuscan Garden, copyright 1902, John Lane, The Bodley Head, green calf binding; Folio Society: Dictionary of Gardening, four volumes, 1999, The Royal Horticultural Society, in (split) slipcase and one other related book. (A Lot). £30-60
1212.   Two Albums of Early XX Century Picture Postcards of Topographical Views, including:- Torquay, Bradford, Loch Lomond, the Houses of Parliament, etc. (2) £50-70
1213.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album and a Quantity of Loose Cards, to include: actors, comic - some Bamforth's, greetings, Mabel Lucie Attwell, topographical views. £50-80
1214.   Bennett [Arnold]: Elsie and The Child, with drawings by E. McKnight Kaufer, No 422 of a limited edition of 750, pub. Cassell & Company and printed at the Curwen Press, hand cut pages, in slipcase. £15-25
1215.   Folio Society: Codex Sinaiticus, a facsimile edition published by The British Library, 2010, in slipcase with reference guide; The Qur'an, an interpretation by Marmaduke Pickethall, 2009; The Book of Common Prayer, 2007; The Luther Bible of 1534, complete facsimile edition pub by Taschen, vols I and II, all in slipcases. (5) £40-80
1216.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album, containing topographical British and Continental views, some of Yorkshire and Derbyshire, animals, flowers, actors, etc. £40-60
1217.   Edgeworth [Maria]: Comic Dramas in Three Acts, printed for R. Hunter, 1817; Fabularum Aesopicarum Delectus, Excudebat Johan Croke, 1698; Parker [S]: Cicero's Five Books De Finibus, printed for N. Bliss, 1812, etc. (12) £40-60
1218.   A Collection of Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include: Greetings, seaside donkeys and topographical views - Retford, Newcastle, Hastings, etc. £30-40
1219.   Folio Society: The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Gibbon [Edward], vols 1 - 8, 1984. £30-40
1220.   Tindall [William]: The History and Antiquities of the Abbey and Borough of Evesham, printed and sold by John Agg and T.N. Longman, 1794; The Life and Works of Alfred Aloysius Horn An Old Visiter, Jonathan Cape, 1927. (2) £40-60
1221.   Two Albums of Early XX Century Picture Postcards and Photographs, to include; Greetings, topographical views - Folkestone, Portsmouth, tennis courts Finsbury Park, etc. £40-60
1222.   Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, printed by Vincent Brooks, Day Son Ltd., green cloth boards. £20-40
1223.   An Interesting 'Sheffield and Neighbourhood' Photograph Album, all pictures printed circa 1881 from plates taken by the photographer Laurence Peacock of Gell St., relating to the Sheffield Flood of 1864 - Roche Abbey, Beauchief, Broomhall, Porter Brook, Rivelin, Stanage Pole, Botanical Gardens (interior and exterior), etc. £250-350
1224.   Two Early XX Century Albums of Picture Postcards and Photographs, to include: Sentimental, topographical views - Constantinople, etc. Ship, sailors, etc. £30-50
1225.   Aytoun [William Edmonstone]: Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers, with illustrations by Joseph Noel Paton and Waller H. Paton, 1863, pub. Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood and Sons, armorial gilt tooled embossed binding; Leaves From the Journal of Our Life in the Highlands from 1848-1861, edited by Arthur Helps, 1868 second edition, London, Smith, Elder and Co. (2) £20-30
1226.   The Hours of Marie De Medici, a facsimile illuminated copy of the manuscript, pub. by The Bodleian Library 2015, in slipcase. £20-30
1227.   Folio Society: The Fitzwilliam Book of Hours, 2009, fine colour reproduction, printed for Beacon Press on Furiosol paper in a limited edition of 1180 of which this is number 194, bound in full silk brocade by Smith Settle, West Yorkshire, with separate commentary by Stella Panayotova, in slipcase. £150-250
1228.    Letters of Affaires Love and Courtship by the Exquisite pen of Monsieur de Voiture, printed for T. Dring and J. Starkey, London and to be sold at their shops at the George in Fleet Street near Clifford's Inne and Miter in the West end of St Pauls Church, 1657, portrait frontispiece, English by J.D. (John Davies), full calf.
1229.   An Album of Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include; WWI silk. comic, steam ships, cats, etc. £30-50
1230.   A Lisson Gallery 'Bob Law 16 Drawings 1971' Publicity Printed Publication, first edition, inscribed and signed by Bob 20.5.71, (the original fifteen drawings were sold at Christies for £37,250), an exhibition invitation, newspaper article, etc and a Japanese print. (A Lot). £50-100
1231.   Folio Society; Notable Historical Trials, vols 1-4, 2010, in single slipcase; Four Others, The Black Death, The Great Plague and The Elizabethan Underground, all in slipcases. (7) £30-40
1231A.  Two Albums of Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include topographical views of Buxton, Edale, Chatsworth, York, etc, Art, Royalty, Greetings, etc. and a photograph album. (3) £50-70
1232.   Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, edited by Robert Chambers, 4 vols, 1856, pub. Blackie and Son, half calf bound; English Antiquities, 1847; Sinai and Palestine, Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, 1866, with maps and seventeen other related antiquarian books. (20) £30-50
1233.   Two Albums of Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include: cats, dogs, Highland dancers, Greetings, comic, WWI silk, etc. £40-60
1234.   Folio Society: Empires of the Ancient Near East, 2007, four volume set pub. by arrangement with the Oxford Univ. Press; Together with Three Others, The Maya, The Mycenaeans and the Empires of the Nile. (7) £30-40
1234A.  A Collection of Over Fifty-Five Picture Postcards of Steam Trains and Various Steam Cuttings, including 'Kentish Belle', 'The East Anglian', 'Flying Scotsman', etc. £30-40
1235.   Gibson [W}: The Farrier Dispensatory, in three parts, fourth edition, 1734; Shipton [Diana]: The Antique Land, pub by Theodore Brun, first edition 1950, No 12 of a limited edition of 150, red cloth; A Continuation of the Impartial History of the Wars of Ireland, etc. (8) £40-60
1236.   An Early XX Century Picture Postcard Album, to include: poem cards, many of WWI interest and Greeting cards. £30-50
1237.   Moore's Almanack with a Map of The Ship Canal and appendix, 1826; London and North Eastern Railway Company - General Directions to Management of Stations and Conveyance of Mechanised Traffic, 18th January 1931; Hargrove [W.M.}: History and Description of Ancient City of York, two vols; Arrowsmith's Atlas of Ancient Geography, etc. (12) £40-60
1238.   A Collection of Over Fifty Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include: WWI silk greetings and British and Continental topographical views and a book 'To the Honourable the Court of Directors for Managing the Affairs of the United East India Company' printed by J. Haddon, Finsbury. (A Lot) £20-30
1239.   Webber [Byron]: James Orrock R.I. Painted Connoisseur, Collector...., 1903, two volumes, limited edition No 380/500, pub. London Chatto and Windus; Artists of the Italian Renaissance and Stories on the Italian Artists from Vasari, both arranged and translated by R.L. Seeley, 1907, pub. Chatto and Windus. (4) £40-60
1240.   Two Albums of Mainly Early XX Century Picture Postcards, to include; comic, greetings, topographical views, Scarborough, Blackpool, India noted amongst others, actresses, etc. £50-80
1241.   Kipling [Rudyard]: Souvenirs of France, pub by Macmillan and Co, 1933, dustwrapper; Carroll [Lewis]: The Hunting of the Snark, illus. by Mervyn Peake, 1941, dustwrapper; Greene [Graham]: A Sense of Reality, Lawrence [T.E.]: The Mint, Llewellyn [Richard: None But the Lonely Heart, signed, No 37 of a limited edition of 250, Edwards [Lionel]: The Wiles of the Fox, Nicoll [Allardyce]: The Works of Cyril Tourneur, etc. (16) £40-60
1242.   National Audubon Society Baby Elephant Folio: Audubon's Birds of America, in slipcase; Folio Society: A History of British Birds, Bewick [Thomas], 2010, vols I and II, in slipcase. (3) £40-60
1243.   A Box of Mainly Antiquarian Books on Literature and Poetry, to include: Secret Despatches by T.E. Lawrence, Under the Greenwood Tree by Thomas Hardy, Broome's Poems, Bacon's Essays, Shakespeare's Historical Dramas Illustrated, etc. (A Lot). £30-50
1244.   Ninety-Four Tauchnitz Editions, to include Walter Scott (19), Charles Dickens (42), Byron (5), T.S. Eliot (14), Ward (4) and Random (10). (94) £20-40
1245.   A Box of Antiquarian and Later Books on Various Subjects, to include: Sarawak Under It's Two White Rajahs, Sunday at Home 1861, The Prize Astronomt, History of Margaret Catchpole, vols I and II, etc. (A Lot). £20-30
1246.   A Collection of Art Books and Catalogues Mainly Relating to John Piper, including: Elborn [Gregory]: To John Piper on his Eightieth Birthday, pub The Stourton Press, 1983, John Piper in the 1930's Abstraction on the Beach, John Piper - The Forties, etc. (A Lot). £40-60
1247.   •J. DA (Contemporary) *ARR
Abstract Painted Doll, on a shaded brown background, mixed media, signed and dated 2005 lower right,
71 x 64cm. £50-80
Still Life of Fruit in a Basket, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left,
45 x 34cm. £100-150
1249.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (Mid XIX Century)
Portrait of a Soldier in Uniform, holding a sword, oil on canvas, unsigned,
75 x 62cm. £500-700
Figures Working in a Field, mixed media, signed lower edge,
80 x 61cm. £150-200
1251.   PAUL MARNY (1829-1914)
Old Gate at Domfront, Normandy, watercolour, signed lower left,
92 x 68cm. £600-800
1252.   XIX CENTURY (English School)
A Pair of Portraits of a Lady and Gentleman, she with lace bonnet and wearing a black dress with lace collar, he a black jacket, white shirt and waistcoat, oils on canvas, unsigned,
81 x 63cm. (2) £50-80
Lost London, limited edition print 261/300, signed and titled by the artist in pencil in the margin,
77 x 52cm. £30-50
1254.   •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) *ARR
'Cold Sunday', figures talking in a terraced street, oil on panel, signed in monogram lower left and signed and titled verso,
11 x 13cm. £150-250
Cat Seated by a Pond Amongst Trees, drawing, unsigned,
39 x 53cm. £50-80
1256.   CARLTON ALFRED SMITH (1853-1946)
Girl Holding a Terracotta Jar and a Stick Beside a Stream, watercolour, signed and dated (18)98 lower right,
37.5 x 26cm. £120-180
1257.   •AFTER JOHN PIPER (1903-1992) *ARR
Eastnor Castle, artist's proof, signed by the artist in pencil in the margin,
48.5 x 69cm. £500-800
1258.   R. PARRY (XX Century)
River Scene with Ducks and Marsh Harrier in Flight, oil on canvas, unsigned.
47 x 71cm

*Original receipt from David Moore Studio dated 22nd December 1996 for £300. £100-150
1259.   •JOHN LARDER (Contemporary) *ARR
Lancaster Bomber on an airfield apron, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
60 x 89cm. £60-80
1260.   •ANNE REDPATH (Scottish, 1895-1965) *ARR
Flowers in a Spotted Jug, oil on canvas, signed lower left, bears Aitken Dott and Son, Edinburgh label verso,
46 x 36cm. £10000-15000
1261.   •JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) *ARR
Norton The Unapproachable, oil on board, signed and dated (19)78 lower right,
24 x 16.5cm. £300-400
1262.   •JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) *ARR
'Stones Norfolk Arms', oil on board, signed and dated (19)81 lower right,
24.5 x 16.5cm. £300-400
White Lilies, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right,
49 x 59cm. £500-700
A Venetian Canal Scene, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left and inscribed verso,
44 x 25cm. £200-300
1266.   •JOHN WORSLEY (1919-2000) *ARR
'What a Gloomy Luncheon it was for Rat', watercolour, pencil and charcoal, illustration for the television programme 'Wind in the Willows' made by Anglia Television Limited, unsigned, labels verso,
36 x 53cm. £80-120
1267.   •JOHN WORSLEY (1919-2000) *ARR
'I Shall Sacrifice This Morning on the Altar of Duty Said Toad' watercolour, pencil and charcoal, illustration for the television programme 'Wind in the Willows' made by Anglia Television Limited, signed lower edge, part torn label verso,
37 x 48.5cm. £80-120
Three Prints - Model of Vanity, Interlude and Gossip After Market, all signed in the margin in pencil by the artist. (3) £40-80
1269.   XX CENTURY
Monks at a Table, eating and drinking, oil on canvas, unsigned,
43 x 35cm. £40-60
1270.   •JOHN LARDER (Contemporary) *ARR
Lancaster Bomber on the Dambuster Raid, May 1943, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated (19)83,
75 x 101cm. £60-80
1271.   T.P. LEDDIE;
A Lady Riding a White Horse Through a Forest, with her dog and Lady on a White Horse, looking at the countryside, watercolours, a pair, signed lower right, one dated (19)29,
29 x 45cm. (2) £400-600
Mountainous Landscape, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right,
29 x 39cm. £150-200
1273.   •BARBARA MITCHELL (Sheffield Artist, Late XX Century) *ARR
A Squirrel amongst Flowers, Grasses and Butterflies, mixed media, signed lower right and dated (19)77,
28 x 40cm.
A Retrospective Composition 3D Wall Sculpture Construction, oil,
52 x 82cm. £500-800
1275.   •MARGARET CHAPMAN (1940-2000) *ARR
Figures on a French Beach, with figures, oil on board, signed lower right,
26 x 34cm,
Two Others, similar, one unframed. (3) £100-150
1276.   JOHAN ULRIK BREDSDORFF (1845-1928)
Waves Crashing on a Shoreline, oil on board, signed and dated (18)94 lower right,
18 x 38cm. £40-60
Beach Scene, with buildings in the distance, oil on canvas, signed R.S.,
44 x 65cm. £50-70
1278.   G. TURNER (English School, XIX Century)
Mother and Child, on a country lane beside a church, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
30 x 45cm. £40-60
1279.   •GUIDO BORELLI (b.1952, Italian) *ARR
Gondola Tied Up on a Venetian Backwater, oil on board, signed lower left,
18 x 13cm,
Another, similar. (2) £50-70
1280.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (ate XIX Century)
Swiss Mountainous River Scene, with figures, oil on board, signed indistinctly lower right,
24 x 45cm. £200-300
1281.   J. PAUL (Mid XIX Century)
'H.M.S. Vengeance Declaration of War April 15 1854' and 'H.M.S. Vengeance 84 Gun', a pair, watercolours and pencil, signed lower right,
10.5 x 14.5cm. (2) £40-60
1282.   SIR JAMES LAWTON WINGATE (Scottish, 1846-1924)
Gentleman Chopping Wood Beside a Girl in a Pink Dress, oil on canvas, signed and dated (18)79 lower right,
37 x 26cm. £200-300
1283.   EDWIN DALBY (1824-1902)
View at Barfleur, watercolour, signed lower right,
34 x 23cm. £30-50
1284.   A Pair of Caricature Watercolour/Pen Pictures of British and German Pilots, signed indistinctly, dated 26/29 9/47 Swinderby,
22 x 18cm. (2) £30-50
Portrait of a Gentleman, wearing a white shirt and black jacket, pastel, oval,
26 x 20cm. £150-200
1286.   •AFTER HENRY MOORE (1898-1986) *ARR
Sculptural Objects, print,
48 x 75.5cm. £30-50
Portrait of a Lady, seated beside a girl in a panelled room, oil on board, unsigned,
22 x 19cm. £40-60
1288.   WILLIAM WEBB (1862-1903)
Fisherfolk and Boats in a Harbour, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
55 x 95cm. £2000-3000
1289.   RUDOLPH STONE (1838-1914)
Hunting Scenes, oils on board, a set of four, signed lower left and right,
15 x 30.5cm. (4) £300-500
1290.   H. HOLMES (Late XIX Century)
Boats on Calm Waters, watercolour, signed lower right,
7 x 12cm.
Another, by the same hand,
12 x 7.5cm. (2) £20-40
Terriers in a Barn, oil on canvas, unsigned,
49 x 59cm. £250-350
1292.   C.J. NORTON (Early XX Century)
Eastern Street Scenes, with figures and a camel, three watercolours, signed lower right and left,
22 x 35cm (2) and 35 x 22cm (1). (3) £70-100
1293.   T. WEBB (English school)
Seascape with Sailing Boats on a Shoreline, oil on board, signed lower right and dated (18)92,
22.5 x 45cm. £40-60
1294.   •AFTER SADAO WATANABE (1913-1996) *ARR
A Japanese Print on Monigami Kozo (crumpled paper), depicting figures and a donkey, another person climbing a tree, number 33 of a limited edition of 70, signed by the artist in white ink in the margin and dated 1974,
67 x 60cm. £300-500
Figures in a Narrow Street, oil on board, signed indistinctly lower edge,
37 x 18cm. £100-150
1296.   •J. DA (Contemporary) *ARR
Abstract White Painted Material, with zip bone, fur and painted artichoke, mixed media, signed and dated '91 lower right,
67 x 49cm. £50-80
1297.   A Pair of Late XIX Century Oval Prints of Figures and Children in Landscapes, oval,
32 x 26cm. (2) £30-40
1298.   D PLUCKEBAIM (Dutch, XX Century)
Nachder Freiljager im Herbet, oil on board signed lower right,
49 x 59cm. £100-150
1299.   LARSEN SAERSLOV (1870-1942)
Landscape with Hills in the Background, oil on board, signed and dated 1921 lower right,
27 x 40cm. £70-100
1300.   EMILA AXEL KRAUSE (1871-1945)
Barnbougle Castle and Head of Loch, watercolours, a pair, signed lower left and right,
33.5 x 49cm. (2) £100-150
1301.   •FRANK RUDDOCK (Sheffield Artist, Contemporary) *ARR
Four watercolours, each depicting children by a river, on a swing, in a cornfield, signed lower left, 18 x 24cm and smaller. (4) £60-80
1302.   CIRO DENZA (Italian, Late XIX/Early XX Century)
Tempio Incognito A Sellinunte and Tempio Di Nettunoa, a pair, Sevinvnte mixed media, one signed lower right,
13 x 17cm. £50-80
1303.   •CHRIS D. WATKISS (b,1911) *ARR
Storm Clouds, watercolour, signed lower right,
16.5 x 22.5cm. £30-50
1304.   •HUMPHREY SPENDER (1910-2005) *ARR
Sanary Hotel, oil on panel, signed lower left and verso,
18 x 25cm. £300-500
1305.   ENGLISH SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Boats Near the Shoreline, on a stormy sea, watercolour, unsigned,
27 x 40cm. £60-80
1306.   ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN TERRIS (1865-1914)
Trees in a Windy Landscape, oil on canvas, unsigned, bears McGill Duncan label verso,
32 x 24cm. £30-50
1307.   VIGGO LANGER(1860-1942)
Trees by a River Bank, oil on canvas signed lower right,
30 x 48cm.
1308.   •MARIO FERDELBA (1897-1971 *ARR
Figures in a Continental Street Scene, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 46 x 46cm. £40-60
VIP Drinks Mat Pharmacy Bar - Restaurant, Notting Hill 2003, mounted, framed and glazed,
7 x 11.5cm. £100-150
1310.   •AFTER WINSTON MEGORAN (1913-1971) *ARR
Shelducks in the Evening, print, signed in the margin by the artist,
27 x 37cm. £20-30
Figures and Animals in a Garden, mixed media, signed lower edge and dated 26-8-79,
38 x 44cm. £150-200
1312.   An Early XX Century Bevelled Wall Mirror, with Chinoiserie decoration to tortoiseshell effect surround, 70 x 95cm. £20-30
1313.   An Art Nouveau Pewter Framed Mirror, of shaped rectangular form, embossed with fruiting foliage and inset with four Ruskin style turquoise oval panels, 49.5 x 75.5cm. £80-120
1314.   A XX Century Gilt Wall Mirror, the top with applied ribbon decoration, beadwork frame and bevelled glass. £50-100
1315.   Three Late XIX Century Gilt Gesso Picture Frames, converted to mirrors, largest 84 x 72cm. (3) £50-80
1316.   •The following lots have been removed from the iconic Sheffield public house 'Fagan's' of Broad Lane, famous for their live music evenings.

AFTER PETE MCKEE (b.1966, Sheffield Artist) *ARR
Musical Legends in Fagan's, Alex, Jarvis, Tony, Phil and Richard, box print,
44 x 45.5cm.
1317.   A Fagan's 25th Anniversary Cardboard Poster, featuring the publicans Tom and Barbara, Burton Ale brass mounted cellar management award, seven various Pub of the Month, Year, etc awards, and a photo collage of pub regulars, etc. (A Lot) £10-20
1318.   A Jools Holland Publicity Photograph, inscribed 'To Tom and Barbara Love to You and Your Beautiful Musical Pub, Jools Christmas 2007; Another, signed Andrew Hawley. (2) £30-40
'Crewing Up', limited edition print of Lancaster 373/850, signed in pencil Arthur T. (Bomber) Harris,
46 x 64cm. £20-40
A Screen Print of Richard Hawley and Billie-Martin Junior,
40 x 40cm.
A Photograph of Richard Hawley playing the Guitar, another similar at the City Hall and a photograph of Richard Hawley at the Devil's Arms, Castleton. (4) £20-40
1321.   JOHN LARDER (XX Century)
Lancaster Bomber, oil on board, signed lower right,
49.5 x 75cm.
A Photograph of crew members, including Joe Fagan and later reunion (framed). (2) £50-80
1322.   A Signed Irish Rugby Shirt 2006 Presented to Fagan's, names on verso, with certificate, framed, 81 x 72cm. £50-100
1323.   •AFTER MATT COCKAYNE (Sheffield Artist) *ARR
First Date, print, number 3 of a limited edition of 100, signed in the margin, printed in Sheffield 2015, framed, 39 x 38cm.
A Print, Patrick Walker playing the violin, inscribed 'Angela'. (2) £30-40
1324.   A Poster 'In Person on Stage Richard Hawley Live at Sheffield City Hall, Tuesday December 12, 2006', inscribed 'To Tom and Barbara with Love Richard Hawley', 56 x 29cm, framed. £40-60
1325.   Three Reproduction Pub Mirrors, 'Guinness 1759', 'Guinness 1759 Brewed in Dublin' and 'Kilkenny Irish Beer' and 'My Goodness My Guinness' tin sign. (4) £40-60
1326.   A Poster - Ponderosa Stomp Sept 24, 25, Duane Eddy House of Blue, New Orleans, Louisiana, inscribed 'To Tom and Barbara, Fagan's,..... Love You and Thankyou for Everything, Love Eddy', 57.5 x 42cm. framed. £60-80
1327.   A Print of the Landlord Tom Boulding Pulling a Pint, by Angie Wright, a black and white photo of Tom Smith playing a guitar at Folk Night at Fagan's, a photo of Dreadlock John, a framed cartoon of Tosh Macdonald (former President of ASLEF), signed Steelers photo and other memorabilia including plans, photograph of name change mirror in Memory of Joe Fagin, etc. (A Lot) £20-30
1328.   A Bank's 'The Full Monty' Poster, signed by the cast including Robert Carlisle, Mark Addy, etc. £30-50
1329.   A Photograph of Sheffield City Police, Brightside Division, October 1927, 19 x 57cm, framed; A Print, 'Nine Pints of the Law'. (2) £30-50
1330.   A Reproduction Vintage Photograph of Coles Corner, Sheffield, inscribed 'Richard Hawley', 46 x 56.5cm, clip frame. £20-30
1331.   A Tetley's Circular Pub Sign, with inscription to border 'One of Tetley's Houses Est. 1822', 49cms; a further Tetley's wall sign 'Tetley's Ales with Old Fashioned Flavour' and one other. (3) £20-30
1332.   Nine Fagan's Christmas Cards, by Mike James, 1988-2002, all framed, 19.5 x 13cm; A Framed Print, by the same hand 'Saturday Evening at Fagan's'. (10) £20-30
1333.   A Mick Jones (Sheffield Photographer) Reproduction Photograph, possibly of a street in Heeley,
30 x 45cm, framed, a photo of Broad Lane in 1910, a similar photo from mid XX Century, a photo of 'the Barrel' and a Joe Scarborough print 'Fire'. (A Lot). £20-30
1334.   A Wall Mounted Hunting Horn, with inscription plaque 'Huntsman Guild Tenancy of the Month July 1999 - Tom Barbara Boulding Fagan's Sheffield', a green enamel sign 'Miejsce Pracy', 30cm wide, other signs, warming pan, Charles Day laser cutting of a Spitfire. (A Lot). £20-30
1335.   Old Fagan's Brass Bell Rope, with bracket and 'Sharkey Ward Bowsman' knot.
1336.   A Box of Eighteen Bottles of Henderson's Relish, including; 2002 World Cup, Richard Hawley portrait, etc. (18) £10-20
1337.   Ten Police and Regimental Mounted Shields, a pair of Falkland Islands 1982 porcelain plates, framed cigarette cards, prints, etc. (A Lot). £15-20
1338.   A Small Quantity of Vintage Knitting Patterns, handkerchiefs, silk dressing gown, table linen, etc:- One Box £15-20
1339.   A Vintage Swallow Model Lizard Handbag, four further handbags, special occasion hats, gloves and glove stretchers, WWII era (India) gents hat and another. (A Lot). £20-30
1340.   A Cojana Two-Piece Ladies Suit, in grey and black check fabric; ladies cashmere and other sweaters, Lucia wool trousers and other separates, wool waistcoats and an Aquascutum coat lining:- Two Boxes £20-40
1341.   A Collection of Special Occasion Hats, in three boxes. £20-30
1342.   A Large Collection of Vintage Scarves, including many silk:- One Box £15-25
1343.   A Black Leather Radley Tote Bag, with embossed logo finish. £10-15
1344.   A Vintage Mulberry Company Black Congo Leather Folding Fitted Stationary/Office Case. £10-15
1345.   A Victorian Nightshirt and Underwear, a partly constructed patchwork quilt, crochet design samples and a collection of early XX Century vintage evening bags mainly with stone inset/enamel giltwork frames:- One Box £30-40
1346.   A Collection of Chinese Silk Scarves, (many boxed), an embroidered panel, two lengths of silk fabric, a peacock feather fan, etc and a modern kimono dressing gown. £30-40
1347.   Eight C1930's/40's Vintage Ladies Hats. £15-25
1348.   A Vintage Fassbender Lizard Skin Handbag, in green, a burgundy lizard skin clutch bag and various other handbags. £15-25
1349.   A Large Quantity of Ladies Belts, mainly leather, including Calvin Klein, Viyella, Yarell, Celine, etc. £15-20
1350.   A Collection of Ladies Late XX Century Good Quality Jackets, including suede, Alex & Co, Whimsy, Basler, etc. (14) £20-30
1351.   A Collection of Vintage Clothing, 1970's and later, to include: Jean Varon dress, special occasion suits, full length black suede skirt with white applique design, fifteen outfits. £20-30
1351A.  A Ladies Royal Castor Beaver Lamb Coat, with shawl collar, hook fastening and deep cuffs. £10-20
1352.   A Vintage Laura Ashley Cream Linen/Cotton Blouse, with lace collar, size 12; A Marc Cain Blouson Jacket, in a grey, cream and red abstract design, size N 4. (2) £10-20
1353.   A Black Silk Chiffon Tiered Evening Dress, five c.1980's shirtwaist style dresses and sixteen good quality vintage blouses and tops by Daks, Tommy Hilfiger, Aquascutum, Basler, etc. (23) £20-40
1354.   A Ladies Vintage Versace Jeans Couture Jacket, in black with metal buttons and decorative detail, a Happy Heidemann jacket with abstract applique design to front, a black wool short cape, two further blouson jackets and a Hobbs wool tweed two-piece suit. (A Lot). £20-30
1355.   A Ladies Vintage Daks 'Squadron' Blouson Jacket and Cream Wool Jacket; plus six further ladies jackets by Jaeger, Artigiano, Amaranto, etc. (8) £20-40
1356.   A Ladies Vintage Daks Signature Wool Tweed Fitted Jacket, with leather buttons (size 12); plus seven further ladies jackets by Jaeger, Penny Black, Betty Barclay, etc. (8) £20-40
1357.   A 1960's White Lace Wedding Dress, with veil and head dress; Vintage Diamanté Evening Bags, powder compacts including 'RMS Queen Elizabeth II', two pairs of Miss Rayne 1950's slingback shoes and a negligee (a lot). £20-30
1358.   Spirits - A Large Mixed Assortment of Whisky and Other Spirit Miniatures. £30-50
1359.   Champagne - Four Bottles of Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. (4) £300-500
1360.   Whisky - "Game Of Thrones" Ten Bottle Set; White Walker by Johnnie Walker Limited Edition; Oban Bay Reserve The Night Watch; Mortlach Aged 15 Years Six Kingdoms; Royal Lochnagar Aged 12 Years House Baratheon; Cardhu Gold Reserve House Targaryen; Dalwhinnie Winters Frost House Stark; Lagavulin Aged 9 Years House Lannister; Talisker Select Reserve House Greyjoy; The Singleton Glendullan Select House Tully; Clynelish Reserve House Tyrell. (10) £400-600
1361.   Spirits - Captain Morgan Rum, Three Harvey's Sherry and Bristol Cream, Taylor's Port 1984, Drambuie, 34cl., Cherry Brandy Liqueur, Grand Marnier, Haig's Dimple. (9) £20-40
1362.   Champagne - Two Bottles of Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. (2) £160-240
1363.   Spirits - Assorted Spirit Miniatures, including Gin, Vodka, Liqueurs, 2x Chartreuse, 2x Benedictine, Sherry, Creme de Menthe, Rum, Cherry Brandy, Grand Marnier, Cointreau, Drambuie, Bacardi, etc. (2 baskets.) £20-40
1364.   Champagne - Four Bottles of Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. (4) £300-500
1365.   Whisky - Bell's Commemorative Bell Decanters, celebrating the Royal Golden Jubilee, births and marriage, Christmas 1992, plus others, mixed sizes. (11) £20-40
1366.   Champagne - Four Bottles of Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. (4) £300-500
1367.   Spirits - Marquis de Puysegur Selection Privee Tres Grand Armagnac, 70cl., 40d., red velvet box, boxed; Wallace Single Malt Scotch Whisky Liqueur, 35cl., 35% Vol., boxed with green leather flask with four measures, boxed; Miniatures including Gordon & Macphail Glenlivet, Glen Grant, Glenfiddich "19th Hole"; "Match Box" Whisky & Spirit Miniatures. £20-40
1368.   Champagne - Two Bottles of Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. (2) £160-240
1369.   Spirits - Haig's Dimple, Two Bottles of Bacardi and Two Bottles of Cassis. (5) £20-40
1370.   Champagne - Two Bottles of Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. (2) £160-240
1371.   Spirits - A Collection of Sake and Other Oriental Spirits. (20) £20-40
1372.   Champagne - Two Bottles of Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. (2) £160-240
1373.   Ales - Two Boxes of Ales, together with Booths Gin and a Soda Syphon. £100-200
1374.   Wine - Fitou 1987, 70cl., nine bottles; Fitou 1984, 70cl., one bottle. (10) £20-40
1375.   Whisky - Aber Falls Distyllfa Whisgi Single Malt Welsh Whisky, inaugural release bottle number 527 of 2000, 70cl., 46% Vol., in commemorative box. £70-100
1376.   Whisky - Royal Lochnagar Selected Reserve Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, bottle number 09320, 75cl., 43% Vol., wooden boxed. £80-100
1377.   Whisky - Douglas Laing's Old & Rare "A Platinum Selection" Single Cask Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distilled At Macallan Aged 30 Years, Distilled May 1977, 2007 A June Bottling, this is 1 of 255 bottles filled from the cask, 700ml., 52.2% Vol., with certificate of authenticity "Limited Edition Bottle No. 52", wooden box. £300-500
1378.   Whisky - The Macallan Fine Oak Triple Cask Matured Highland Malt Scotch whisky 10 Years Old, 700ml., 40% Vol., in carton. £80-120
1379.   Whisky - Rare Malts Selection Natural Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky Brora Distillery Aged 20 Years, Distilled 1975, Bottle Number 4069, 750ml., 59.1% Vol., boxed. £500-700
1380.   Whisky - Collection of Scottish & Irish Whiskies, including Tamdhu, Whyte & Mackay, Bells, Glengoyne, Dimple, Springbank flagon 12 Years Old, Strathisla, Oban 12, Whites, Glenfiddich, Tomintoul, Dalmore, Johnnie Walker, Haig, Bushmills, (33); Plus Brandy & Cognacs, including Martell, (12) £30-50
1381.   Whisky - Glen Orchy Blended Scotch Whisky Aged 5 Years, 70cl.; Grant's Blended Scotch Whisky, 35cl.; Wine - Chateauneuf du Pape 2015, 75cl.; Maison Yvrard Chardonnay, 75cl. (4) £20-40
1382.   Whisky - Bell's, 1 litre, Bacardi, 103 Brandy, 4x Miniatures, Water Jug. (8) £15-25
1383.   Champagne - Moet & Chandon 1978 Champagne, 75cl; Pale Dry Sherry "Lucado". (2) £20-30
1384.   Wines - Commemorative France '98 Bordeaux, 750ml., 11.5% Vol.; Recioto della Valpolicella Amarone Classico 1988, 0.750ml., 15% Vol.; Giulio Ferrari 1995, 0.75l., 12% Vol. (3) £10-30
1385.   Whisky - Four Bell's Commemorative "Bell" Decanters, all celebrating Royal births, marriages and birthdays, 50cl and 70cl, boxed. (4) £20-40
1386.   Spirits - A Mixed Assortment of Spirit Miniatures, including Martell, Tia Maria, Harvey's, gin, Bols, creme de menthe, Bacardi, liqueurs, etc. £20-40
1387.   Rum - Bundaberg Rum Limited Release Master Distillers' Collection Aged 10 Years, small oak vat finish, Australian, 700ml., 40% Vol. £80-120
1388.   Whisky - Wolfburn Single Malt Scotch Whisky, supporting the Ukraine humanitarian appeal, 700ml., 46% Vol., in carton. £40-60
1389.   Whisky - Tormore Single Speyside Malt Aged 12 Years, 70cl., 40% Vol., boxed; Ledaig Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl., 42% Vol., anti-theft tag still attached, boxed. (2) £20-40
1390.   Spirits - Delaforce Port, 10 years old, Famous Grouse Whisky, 50ml, Nine Assorted Miniatures, including Gin, Benadictine, Cherry Brandy, Sloe and Lemon Gins, Mead. (11) £15-30
1391.   Champagne - Krug 1985 Brut Champagne. £200-300
1392.   Whisky - Glenfiddich Ancient Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 18 Years, 700ml., 40% Vol. in tin. £40-60
1393.   Wine - Chateau Saint Florin Bordeaux 1995, Musella Amarone Della Valpolicella 1999, Chablis Premier Cru 2001, Chateau Coucy Montagne St Emillion. (4) £20-40
1394.   Whisky - A Collection of Thirty-seven Scottish and Irish Whisky Miniatures, including Famous Grouse, Dewars, Bells, Red Label, Ben Bracken, Grants, Glen Marnoch, White Horse, Talisker, etc; Plus Fifteen Other Spirits, including gin, rum, port, cognac, others, etc. £40-60
1395.   Whisky - The Balvenie Single Barrel Single Malt Scotch Whisky From A Single Cask Aged 15 Years, 70cl., 47.8% Vol., in carton. £80-120
1396.   Whisky - Dalwhinnie Winter's Gold Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl., 43% Vol. £15-25
1397.   Gin - Gilbey's Crystal Dry Gin; Two Gordon's Miniatures. (3) £20-40
1398.   Whisky - Bell's Limited Edition Commemorative Whisky Decanter, celebrating HM Queen Elizabeth II 50 Years Reign 1952-2002, Aged 8 Years, 70cl., 40% Vol. £20-40
1399.   Port - Taylors 1966 Vintage Port, bottled 1968. £30-50
1400.   Cognac - Two J. & F. Martell Cognacs, 24 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Another Smaller Example. (2) £20-40
1401.   Wine - Chateau Gruaud Larose Cordier 1966 Grand Cru Classe. £30-60
1402.   Whisky - Johnnie Walker Red Label Old Scotch Whisky, 70d proof, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs. £15-30
1403.   Champagne - Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. £80-120
1404.   Champagne - Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. £80-120
1405.   Champagne - Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal 2012, wrapped and in presentation box of issue, 750ml., 12% Vol. £80-120
1406.   Wines - Grants Of St James's Vintage 1977 Cote De Beaune Villages, 70cl.; Chateau Haut Canteloup Medoc 1988 Cru Bourgeois, 750ml., 12% Vol. (2) £20-40
1407.   Red Wine - Chateau Prieure Lichine Margaux Grand Cru Classe 1975, bottle number 074549, 73cl. £20-40
1408.   Red Wine - Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1983 Pauillac, 75cl. £20-40
1409.   Port - Real Companhia Velha Vintage Port 1985, 75cl., 21% Vol. £20-40
1410.   Port - Dow's Vintage Port 1978, bottled 1980, 75cl., 20% Vol. £30-50
1411.   A Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos Clock, in brass and glass panelled case, the circular white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, the movement stamped 451753, 22cm high, front panel detached, with brochure. £400-600
1412.   An Art Deco Chrome Bedside Clock/Lamp, on a stepped square base, 30cm high; Another Similar, sprayed blue with ashtray. (2) £20-40
1413.   A Late XIX Century French Clock Garniture, the clock with white alabaster case with ormolu mounts, the baluster body with pineapple surmount and raised on a shaped footed rectangular base, the circular white enamel dial decorated with swags of pink roses, black Arabic numerals, the back plate stamped S.H. Paris, the movement striking on a gong, 44cm high and a pair of matching urn shaped side ornaments, key and pendulum present. (3) £200-300
1414.   A Mid XIX Century French Boulle Mantle Clock, with ormolu mounts, the shaped rectangular body raised on scrolling hoof feet and surmounted with a bowl of fruit, white enamel circular dial with black Roman numerals and Arabic seconds, key present, 31cm high. £100-150
1415.   An Edwardian Mahogany Maple & Co Mantle Clock, with brass handles and feet, the case with arched top, white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, French movement, 25cm high. £40-60
1416.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Cases Mantle Clock, the arched case with carved side columns and swags to the front, on a stepped base with bun feet, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, inscribed "Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Ltd, Regent St., London", pendulum present, 30cm high. £60-80
1417.   A French Mid/Late XIX Century White Marble Mantle Clock, with ormolu mounts and eagle surmount, the circular white enamel dial with rose swags and Arabic numerals, the movement inscribed C.H. Paris, striking on a bell, 39c high, key present. £200-300
1418.   A French Mid XIX Century Onyx and Champléve Enamel Clock Garniture, the clock of serpentine form with shaped side columns, the circular dial with black Arabic numerals, mercury, pendulum and key present, 32cm high and a pair of matching side vases, 27.5cm high. (3) £500-700
1419.   A Late XIX Century French Gilt Metal Carriage Clock, elaborately cast with vines and foliage, the corners with bronzed maidens, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals within an engraved inscribe surround, 14.5cm high (handle down). £50-100
1420.   A Late XIX/Early XX Century Brass Carriage Clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, inscribed 'Ross and Sons, Winchester', French movement, with travelling case and key, 10.5cm high. £50-80
1421.   A Late XIX Century Picture Clock, depicting a moonlit scene of Big Ben with mother of pearl inset, 8-day movement in the clock tower, the frame with gilt metal mounts, 23.5 x 36cm. £80-120
1422.   An Early XX Cenury Smith's Enfield Mahogany Cased Dial Wall Clok, with brass bezel and Roman numerals, 40cm diameter, key and pendulum present. £40-60
1423.   An XVIII Century and Later Carved Oak Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the hood with swan neck pediment and arched glazed door with column supports, the brass dial inscribed "W. Foster, Carlisle", with silver chapter ring, Roman numerals, minute and date apertures. Pendulum present. £150-200
1424.   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. £1000-1500
1425.   An Early XIX Century George III Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the white dial inscribed "Pilts - Epworth" with Arabic numerals, twin apertures and painted with a scene of a seated lady with ship in background, the hood with swan neck pediment, arched door and column supports, the trunk with inlaid door, pilasters and crossbanding to base, 222cm high. £150-200
1425A.  A XIX Century Style Brass Ceiling Light, with five ropetwist supports to frosted glass centre bowl and three cranberry tinted smaller shades, each on curved branch, approx 84cm high. £50-80
1426.   Three Sciolari Italian Gilt Metal Chandeliers, one of two-tier form, each hung with moulded perspex drops and inset with prisms, 36 and 44cm high; Four Matching Wall Brackets, each with two lights, 22.5cm long. (7) £200-400
1427.   A Vintage Dolls House, with two opening doors with flowered wallpaper and lace curtains, together with a quantity of furniture and accessories, 74 x 96cm. £60-80
1428.   A Weathered Stone Millstone, 43cm wide. £40-60
1429.   A Weathered Stone Millstone, 46cm wide. £40-60
1430.   A Weathered Stone Millstone, 45cm wide. £40-60
1431.   A Weathered Stone Millstone, 45cm wide. £40-60
1432.   A Weathered Stone Millstone, 44cm wide. £40-60
1433.   A Weathered Stone Millstone, 44cm wide. £40-60
1434.   A Weathered Stone Millstone, 45cm wide. £40-60
1435.   A XX Century Italian Serpentine Shaped Commode, crossbanded and with marquetry inlaid decoration to top, sides and drawers, with ormolu mounts, 74cm wide. £500-700
1436.   An 'Abbess' XX Century Oak Filing Cabinet, with low back, folding tambour front and nine internal drawers, 48cm wide. £80-120
1437.   A XVII Century Style Oak Armchair, with a pierced and carved top rail, caned back panel and seat, shaped arms, on turned and block supports with barley twist front stretcher; Two XIX Century Carved Oak Chairs. (3) £30-50
1438.   An Edwards & Roberts XIX Century Walnut Davenport, with three-quarter ormolu gallery, fall front with leather scriver, two interior drawers with brushing slides, four drawers, dummy drawers, on turned supports, 56cm wide. £350-400
1439.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Birdcage Pedestal Table, with dish top, raised on a turned and bulbous pedestal with cabriole legs and pad feet, 68cm wide. £60-100
1440.   An Early XX Century Stained Mahogany Bedroom Chair, with hooped back and upholstered back and seat, on cabriole legs and scroll feet. £30-50
1441.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, with two short and three long drawers, on ogee feet, 110cm wide. £50-100
1442.   An Early XX Century Carved Oak Bureau, with three-quarter scroll decorated galleried back, fall front to fitted interior above three small drawers and cupboard door, all carved with grotesque heads, on bracket feet, 92cm wide. £50-100
1443.   A XIX Century Continental Escritoire, with a rouge marble top, single drawer and fall front to fitted interior, two twin panelled cupboard doors, on bracket feet, with brass moulding's 84cm wide. £150-200
1444.   An Early XX Century Oak 'Pineapple' Court Cupboard, the upper section with carved panelled cupboard door, cup and cover supports, the base with three small drawers with pineapple decoration above three panelled doors, on turned bulbous supports, 155cm high, 168cm wide. £50-100
1445.   A XX Century Oak Chest on Stand, the top with two small and three long drawers, the base with three long drawers, on ogee feet, 148cm high, 80cm wide. £60-80
1446.   A XX Century Oak Cabinet, with a carved shaped pediment, carved panelled back with turned supports and single shelf, the base with arched panelled door and cup and cover supports, undershelf with plinth base, 178cm high, 122cm wide. £40-80
1447.   A XIX Century Mahogany Half Tester Bed, with canopy top and back supports, foot board with finial tops, arched rail and panelled base. £100-150
1448.   A XIX Century Mahogany Linen Press, with moulded cornice above twin panelled doors with four internal shelves, the base with three long drawers, on turned legs, 220cm high, 114cm wide. £100-150
1449.   A XX Century Mahogany Side Table, with low back and central drawer, flanking drawers, on turned and reeded legs united by 'X' stretcher, 138cm wide. £60-100
1450.   A Pair of XX Century Chiavari Brass Chairs, with shaped top rails and drop in seats. (2) £60-100
1451.   An Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Piano Seat, with shaped top rail, rail supports and pierced splat, shaped arms and upholstered seat on tapering legs. £30-50
1452.   A XX Century Walnut Side Table, with diamond veneered top and moulded edge, two small drawers on barley twist and block supports united by a barleytwist 'X' stretcher, 97cm wide. £100-150
1453.   A XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, the top with moulded edge above two short and three long drawers, on plinth base. £100-150
1454.   A XX Century Oak Nest of Tables, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 56cm wide. £30-50
1455.   A Late XIX Century Carved Oak Centre Table, the top with a stepped moulded edge, drawer carved with a grotesque head, on barley twist and block supports united by 'H' stretcher. £100-150
1456.   An Early XX Century Walnut Pedestal Dressing Table, with a central mirror, shaped supports and jewel drawers, three top drawers on twin pedestals with three graduated drawers, 138cm wide. £50-100
1457.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Adjustable Bedside Table, with tray top, turned pedestal on a trefoil base, bearing label "Carter's Ltd, London, by Appointment to His Majesty The King", 83cm wide. £100-150
1458.   A XIX Century Mahogany Tea Table, with fold-over top, raised on an octagonal pedestal with shaped base and gadrooned supports, 91.5cm wide. £50-100
1459.   A XX Century Italian Serpentine Shaped Commode, crossbanded and with marquetry inlaid decoration to top, sides and drawers, with ormolu mounts, 77cm wide. £500-700
1460.   A XIX Century Duchesse Dressing Table, with central mirror, shaped supports and jewel drawers, the base with a central drawer and shaped supports on scroll feet, with undershelf, 124cm wide. £80-120
1461.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Armchair, with shaped top rail, pierced splat and shaped arms, upholstered seat, on chamfered legs united by 'H' stretcher. £40-80
1462.   A Late XVIII Century Gateleg Table, with oval top on bobbin supports,106 x 122cm open. £40-60
1463.   A Harlequin Set of XIX Century Ash and Elm Spindle Back Chairs, two arm and four single, with shaped top rails, turned spindles and rush seats on black feet united by stretchers. (6) £50-100
1464.   A XIX Century Mahogany Wind-Out Dining Table, with moulded edge on turned and reeded legs (with additional leaf). 155cm wide fully extended. £50-100
1465.   A XIX Century Mahogany Pembroke Table, with drop leaves and single drawer, raised on turned pedestal and swept reeded legs, 96cm wide. £30-50
1466.   A Late XIX Century Rosewood Adjustable Piano Stool, with upholstered top, twin knobs on turned legs and stretchers, 50cm high; together with another stool. (2) £30-50
1467.   A XIX Century Rosewood Firescreen, with arched pierced top, turned finials over woolwork panel of dogs, on scroll feet, 68cm wide. £150-200
1468.   An XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top raised on turned pedestal and cabriole legs with pad feet, 71cm high, 79cm diameter. £50-100
1469.   A XIX Century Birch Breakfront Wardrobe, with stepped pediment, central mirror between twin panelled doors, on plinth base. £150-200
1470.   A Set of Four Mid XIX Century Walnut Salon Chairs, with shaped top rails, central rail and upholstered seats, on turned and reeded supports. (4) £40-80
1471.   An Early/Mid XX Century Far Eastern Rug, the centre panel with six elongated octagonal medallions within a geometric border, in shades of red and black, 74 x 136cm. £30-40
1472.   A XIX Century Mahogany Framed Chaise Longue, with button back and serpentine front rail on scroll arms and feet. £100-200
1473.   A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Serpentine Shaped Sideboard, with crossbanded top, two central drawers, flanking cupboard doors on tapering legs and spade feet, 96cm high, 184cm wide. £250-300
1474.   A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Apothecary Cabinet, the interior with eighteen various glass bottles and stoppers above a drawer containing a further five bottles, a pestle and mortar, two ceramic jars and covers, scales, etc., brass handles to sides, 26.5cm high. £300-500
1475.   A Mid/Late XIX Century Mahogany Apprentice Miniature Chest of Drawers, of three long and two short drawers raised on bun feet, 45cm high. £100-150
1476.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Three Piece Suite, comprising chaise longue, His and Hers chairs, each with carved top rails on turned and reeded legs. (3) £150-200
1477.   A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Demi Lune Card Table, with crossbanded top and baized interior, on tapering legs, 96cm wide. £30-50
1478.   A XIX Century Rosewood Tea Table, with fold over top, circular pedestal, trefoil base and gadrooned feet, 91cm wide. £60-100
1479.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Games Table, with a quarter veneered top, moulded edge and baized interior, on turned pedestal and four cabriole legs with scroll feet, 36cm wide. £80-120
1480.   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. £100-150
1481.   An Early XIX Century Fruitwood Drop Leaf Table, possibly yew wood, on square supports. £100-150
1482.   A XIX Century Rosewood Tea Table, with a shaped fold over top and shaped base on scroll feet, 94cm wide £80-120
1483.   A Pair of XVII Century Style Joined Oak Wainscot Chairs, with a shaped scroll decorated cresting rail, panelled backs and seats, shaped ear pieces, scroll arms, on turned and block supports united by stretchers. (2) £200-300
1484.   A XX Century Carved Oak Box Settle, with arched top rail, turned finials, centre back panel with lozenge decoration, shaped arms and hinged seat on carved base with bun feet, 126cm wide. £100-150
1485.   A XIX Century Console Table, with a rectangular base, 'S' shaped supports, on a plinth base, 122cm wide. £100-150
1486.   A Late XVII Century Oak Dresser Base, with two small drawers, on turned and block supports, 147cm wide. £300-400
1487.   An Early XX Century Carved Oak Monks Bench, the folding back with carved border, hinged seat, the base carved with a grotesque head, on a plinth base, 106cm long. £100-150
1488.   A Set Of Eight XX Century Hepplewhite Style Dining Chairs, with shield backs, pierced splats and upholstered seats, on tapering moulded legs and spade feet. (8) £100-150
1489.   A XIX Century Carved Oak Hall Chair, with carved top rail and back panel carved with two figures and inscription "Act IV For Take Thow Thy Bond", solid seat and carved frieze on octagonal shaped supports. £40-50
1490.   An Early XX Century Satinwood Two Door Wardrobe, with a stepped cornice, Greek key frieze, crossbanded doors with oval panels, internal mirrors, plinth base, 175cm wide. £150-200