Antiques & Fine Art Auction
Tuesday 3rd October 2017 at 10:00

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1.      A Shelley regency shape Cape Gooseberry six place tea service, comprising six trios, bread and butter plate, sugar bowl and milk jug having Lawleys label to base (24) £150-250
2.      A pair of Chinese celadon glazed scroll weights, with seal marks to underside, decorated with fighting dragons and flaming pearls, 15 cm high together with a pair of white metal oval baskets, 14 cm, and hardstone grapes, 22 cm £50-100
3.      A pair of continental porcelain spill vases, with central oval panel filled with floral spray above a blue and pink surround heightened in gilt, 24 cm high together with a pair of 19th Century floral applied wall applique, 21 cm high £50-100
4.      A pair of 19th Century white opaque glass vases, with all over floral decoration, one af, 36 cm high £50-100
5.      A pair of Japanese Meiji period diorama wall hangings, the panels inlaid with mother of pearl and painted river landscapes, the glass fronts with applied photographic scenes of geisha in a painted landscape surrounded in lacquered frames with metal mountings, 54 cm x 69 cm £100-150
6.      Three 19th Century bone and ebony domino sets, two sets containing twenty eight, one set twenty seven, possibly POW made together with a walnut writing slope with brass mountings, 30 cm x 22 cm x 15 cm high £50-100
7.      A collection of Royal Worcester, Spode and Royal Albert boxed commemorative porcelain, including cups, saucers etc £50-100
8.      Ten boxed Beswick limited edition Trumpton figurines, comprising TR1 Captain Flack No 0339/2500, TR2 The Mayor No 0143/2500, TR3 PC McGarry No 0417/2500, TR4 Windy Miller No 0660/2500, TR5 Dr Mop No 0222/2500, TR6 Mrs Honeyman No 0066/2500, TR7 Mrs Dingle No 0370/2500, TR8 Jonathan Bell No 0534/2500, TR9 Mickley Murphy No 0079/2500, TR10 Mrs Cobbett No 0198/2500 (10) £300-400
9.      A Keeling & Co Ltd Losol Ware 12 place dinner service, Berkeley' pattern, the powder blue rim, with brown transfer printed swags, and gold rim, comprising twelve dinner plates, twelve lunch, twelve side plates, two tureens and covers, five oval platters, a small sauce tureen and cover on a stand with ladle and a gravy boat and stand 51 pieces in total £100-150
10.     A hardwood mirror, the modern floral carved surround with a pair of arched lattice panel doors opening to reveal the mirror, 90 cm X 80 cm £50-100
11.     Two framed and glazed maps of Berkshire, one published by Francis Grose circa 1790 21 cm X 15 cm the other by Thomas Moule 20.5 cm X 25.5 cm (2) £50-100
12.     A set of Edwardian cast iron shop balance scales, dated 1906, by W.R.B Martin of Reading, the green painted central column base and arm, with gilded lettering, supporting a brass and ceramic dish to either side, 94 cm high X 81 cm wide, together with a set of weights, a shop bell and a tear shaped weight £150-200
13.     Continental school, 19th century, oil on tin, a young woman selling game and fruit from a stone arch surrounded by grape and vine, 20 cm X 17 cm £50-100
14.     A quantity of Maritime items, including china from the 'Union-Castle line' a quantity of silver and silver plate and email liner and other items, an egg cup from the Teak of H.M.S Terrible and other items etc £100-150
15.     Four early 20th century chimney pots, the stoneware examples of tapered form, three 64 cm high, the other damaged 60cm (4) £50-100
16.     A reconstituted stone pedestal planter, the square top on stepped base, 50 cm square, together with a modern moulded brick planter and a terracotta plant pot (3) £50-100
17.     A reconstituted stone pedestal bird bath, the circular top supported on a moulded pedestal base decorated with classical figures, 81 cm high 42 cm diameter £50-100
18.     A collection of British and world coins, including twenty George V half crowns, various pre 1947 florins a quantity of three pences and others etc £50-100
19.     A 19th century sword stick, the malacca cane with white metal collar bearing the name Edwin Richardson 1875 pulls out to reveal steal blade with brass ferrule 83 cm long, together with another walking stick with silver mounts marked WHC 88 cm long (2) £100-150
20.     A pair of Cadet 8 X 10 field binoculars, in a leather case, together with a pair of 8 X 20 chromed small field glasses, A Fowler's Universal calculator, a Russian two draw telescope and a 1922 Michelin Guide road map to Great Britain book (5) £50-100
21.     A pair of large 'African Serise' Royal Doulton platters, titled Zulu Warrior and Zulu Girl at Water-Hole, together with another smaller plate from the same series and two other similar plates with Australian scenes (5) £50-100
22.     A large 19th century silver plated meat cover, of oval shape now converted to a large wine and champagne bucket or planter, 65 cm X 39 cm £50-100
23.     An Oak cased single fusee wall clock, circular face with white dial, Roman numerals, brass back plate movement, 41 cm diameter £100-150
24.     A 19th Century Wedgwood Jasperware cheese bell, on silver plated stand, 25 cm diameter together with a Jasperware biscuit barrel with silver plated top, 18 cm high, a Jasperware teapot and associated sugar and milk etc £100-150
25.     A pair of Copeland Spode Italian garden blue and white octagonal platters, 37 cm together with a circular Delft charger, 35 cm diameter £50-100
26.     Four woolwork seat covers, two with exotic birds and flowers and two with floral sprays, the image size 41 cm x 46 cm together with a framed floral tapestry, 50 cm x 39 cm £50-100
27.     A Ben Oxley of Windsor oak cheese board, of rectangular shape with carved mouse to one corner and slot in cheese knife, 34 cm x 22 cm £50-100
28.     Frederick Hart, 20th Century American, clear acrylic resin c 1995, The Cross of the Millennium, maquette: deluxe edition, cased with certificate Number 1404/2000, 30.48 cm high £500-800
29.     Three 19th Century christening gowns, all with lace borders and fronts together with a mid 20th Century lace corset by Flexees USA £50-100
30.     A pair of Victorian glass moon flasks, the flattened ovoid bodies supported on four gilt bracket feet each bearing enamelled decoration of floral sprays and butterflies, 23 cm high £150-200
31.     A pair of 19th Century Meissen figures, modelled as seated lady holding biscuit and gentleman reading a book, both with chips to feet and other minor losses, underglazed blue mark to base, 14 cm high £200-300
32.     A collection of Edwardian and later postcards, all loose, to include two Louis Wain pussy cat examples and various others of cats and dogs £100-150
33.     German stoneware comprising a flagon, having armorial crest to central circular body on socle foot with stepped pourer, and rope handle, impressed mark and 566A to base, 35 cm high, together with a Reinhold Merkelbech geometric pattern bulbous bodied jug with scroll to neck and impressed marks to base, 19.5 cm high and a German heart and floral decorated stoneware jug, 19 cm high (3) £50-100
34.     A collection of 19th Century documents, mostly wills, relating to the Chambers and Tomlinsons families £50-100
35.     A folio containing George Cuitt Esq Wanderings and Pencillings, a series of seventy three etchings with descriptions in half Moroccan binding, 50 cm x 37 cm together with a chromed picquot ware four piece tea service and tray £100-150
36.     A Moorcroft pottery Pansy bowl, the interior decorated with violet flowers against a green ground, the exterior with budding flowers against a green and blue ground, impressed mark to underside and signed and dated 1920, 23 cm diameter (af) together with a similar baluster vase, 18.5 cm high, heavily af (2) £100-150
37.     A modern Moorcroft ovoid vase, Bryony pattern, impressed, signed and dated to underside, 14 cm high, boxed £50-100
38.     A Japanese Meiji period satsuma bowl, with crimped rim, with all over floral design heightened in gilt, signed to underside, 21 cm diameter together with a similar decorated plate, 26 cm diameter (2) £100-150
39.     A 19th Century Chinese carved Jade water pot, of organic shape carved with two bats and leaves on a hardwood stand, pot 6 cm x 3.5 cm high £100-150
40.     A late 19th Century Chinese green hardstone sceptre, the naturalistic carved staff supporting a scroll carved panel, 40.5 cm long £200-300
41.     Two Japanese wine flagons, and sake cups, an imari bowl, two Chinese blue and white rice bowls, an early 19th Century Staffordshire figure on a square base of fisher woman, two clay pipes etc £100-150
42.     A carved soapstone figure of laughing Buddha, 9.5 cm high together with a soapstone figure of a sage on stand, 15 cm high £50-100
43.     Salvador Dali, Spanish, hand signed limited edition wood cut block print, Inferno Chant 23: The Torment of the Hypocrites, with certificate and numbered 36/40, 36 cm x 26 cm £180-250
44.     A collection of 19th Century and later Wedgwood pottery, including a neo classical style basalt twin handled footed bowl with grape and vine applied blue decoration, a terracotta jug with pewter top, a jasperware biscuit barrel with silver plated top etc £50-100
45.     A collection of blue and white English pottery, including a hot plate, meat platter etc £50-100
46.     A collection of 19th Century ceramics and glassware, including a Chinese ginger jar and cover on hardwood stand (af to lid), an art nouveau pottery jardinière, transfer printed biscuit barrel and other items £50-100
47.     A mink stole, in light brown, a muskrat 3/4 length coat, a fox hat and a muskrat beret. £50-100
48.     A collection of metalware, including an Indian brass jardinière, a Persian style ewer, various candlesticks, copper kettles, copper and brass hunting horns and a brass and bamboo middle eastern table £50-100
49.     John M Bromley, (1858-1939), a pair of watercolours, Mediterranean scenes, a view of a courtyard with well and a canal scene, signed lower right, 25 cm x 34 cm, framed and glazed £120-180
50.     A cased pair of Edwardian knitting needles, the ivory needles of turned cylindrical form having enamel terminals surmounted by jade beads set with rough cut diamond, in a Noble & Co fitted leather case, needles 24 cm long £300-500
51.     W H Goss model of the Cat-and-Fiddle Inn, nr Buxton, 1690 feet above Sea Level, the highest licensed house in England, together a W H Goss leek vase with the Aberdare crest, two crested swans, a Carlton Ware crested toby style jug with York Minster, an amber cigar holder and a wine bottle lighter etc £50-100
52.     A 19th century mother of pearl and lace fan, the lace mount on a black ground, above a decorative carved gorge with a well dressed couple in a landscape, (af) with a Eugene Rimmel card case (2) £50-100
53.     A pair of Chinese gilt wood carvings, as Dongfang Shuo stealing the peaches of immortality AF 45 cm H £50-100
54.     A 19th century French carriage clock repeater, 14 cm H, in burgundy leather case 15.5 cm H overall £100-150
55.     A collection of golf books, including 'The Ryder Cup 1981 Walton Heath', Advance Golf by James Braid, The PGA by Herb Graffis, Arnie Mark H McCormack and others etc £50-100
56.     Two Edwardian cast iron Terrariums, the triangular tops with carry handles, one base made up the other unmade, 50 cm square and 43.5 cm square £150-250
57.     A brass electrolier, central sphere with six scroll arms, 59 cm X 44 cm together with another five branch example, 60 cm X 41 cm and an early 20th century window opener (3) £50-100
58.     A 19th century dated lead hopper, of rectangular shape, with initials IP and date 1836, 42 cm wide X 50 cm with brackets (now rusty) £50-100
59.     Three Italian glass vases, including an amber footed example 15 cm high, another in red and purple 19 cm and a blue and amber footed vase 17 cm high £50-100
60.     Contemporary art Mighty Mo, Monkey Blue in Pink, Print, Signed and numbered 20/50, 59 cm x 58 cm, water damaged, together with POW tissue paper £50-100
61.     Contemporary art Tox, Tox 09, Print, Signed and numbered 50/75, 56 cm x 75 cm, water damaged £100-150
62.     An Arts and Crafts oak smokers cabinet, the panel door with embossed metal straps and key escutcheon plate, opening to reveal a shelved interior with various pipes, 29 cm wide X 20.5 cm deep X 40 cm high £50-100
63.     A 17th century delft plate, in the chinoiserie style with centred landscape and floral spray design, surrounded by a floral border possibly Bristol, some restoration to the rim, 22 cm diameter £50-100
64.     A late 18th or early 19th century creamware Liverpool plate, the moulded crimped rim plate centred with a stylised chinoiserie design of a Chinese gentleman with parasol in front of a pagoda, some minor fritting to the rim, 24 cm £50-100
65.     A pair of early 19th century Chinese imari export ware plates, decorated with floral designs, heightened in gilt, 21 cm diameter, together with a small circular dish, with lead mounting decorated with ducks by an apple tree 15 cm diameter and a famille rose plate 20 cm diameter £100-150
66.     A pair of gilt needlework scissors, chased with flowers, in red Moroccan fitted case £50-100
67.     Two 19th Century knitting busks, one of carved boxwood, one of turned ivory (2) £50-100
68.     A barrel bobbin holder, of plain wood together with a bone thread winder (2) £50-100
69.     A white metal bobbin case, in the form of a watering can, with two bobbins inside, detachable rose and top for thread and needles, Russian marks on inside of base, 90g, 7 cm high x 9 cm wide £200-400
70.     Three mid 19th Century purses, the first embroidered in step stitch with chevrons of green, pink, silver and white, the second of brown tatted silk with gilt hardware and the third beaded purse worked with a hunting scene £50-100
71.     An 1880s table cover of brown silk, inset with reticella-type cotton lace, the border of bobbin lace in the 16th Century style, Revival period £150-300
72.     An 1880s baby blue silk layette, with needle run net overlay consisting of a layette, bonnet and shirt all matching, together with a pink silk lining and fragments £100-200
73.     A set of six Fluck and Law Lady Diana eggcups, together with a C A pottery fine bone china Staffordshire bust of Diana, a Royal Staffordshire miniature example and another (9) £50-100
74.     Seven Russian papier mache boxes, comprising six oval examples with painted landscapes and a green casket with mother of pearl decorated with black bears (7) £50-100
75.     A 19th Century horn walking cane, made in two sections and with brass tip, 85 cm long £200-400
76.     A Royal Doulton stoneware ashtray, with match holder top, stylised leaf and flower design, impressed factory mark to base and artists initials Winnie Bowstead, 11.5 cm diameter together with a Doulton Lambeth blue stoneware pot and cover and a Royal Doulton stoneware ashtray (3) £50-100
77.     A Royal Doulton large stoneware jug, with four stylised applied faces with motto surrounds, 'He that buys land buys stones', 'He that buys flesh buys bones', 'He that buys eggs buys many shells', and 'He that buys good ale buys nothing else' decorated by Ethel Beard, 24 cm high together with a Doulton Lambeth posset pot with applied floral decoration to shoulders and base, impressed mark to base and artist initials for Rosina Harris, 23 cm high (2) £50-100
78.     A Royal Doulton stoneware jug, with silver plated top having shell thumb piece with engraving for the Gun Drill Competition, decorated with tavern and hunting scene, 25 cm high together with a similar smaller example, 16 cm high and two Doulton Lambeth Egyptian decorated items (4) £50-100
79.     Two Doulton Lambeth stoneware tobacco jars and covers, one with silver rim decorated with Harvest Pattern, 17 cm high together with a Doulton Lambeth Harvest Pattern shallow bowl and two crimped flower pots (4) £50-100
80.     Anthony Vandyke Copely-Fielding (1787-1855), watercolour Lakeland figural landscape with cattle, signed to the lower edge and with dedication to the mount, 'The House of Davey' framer's label verso 17 cm x 25 cm, framed and glazed £200-400
81.     Myles Birket Foster RWS (1812-1899), watercolour bucolic figural landscape of figures by a chalk stream with sheep in the distance, signed with monogram lower right and with 'The House of Davey' framer's label verso 18.5 cm x 14.5 cm, framed and glazed £300-500
82.     A 19th century Meerschaum pipe, modelled as Venus and Cupid, in original black leather case, 22 cm long max £50-100
83.     Shoji Hamada (1894-1978), a cut sided, or slab sided, vase in treacle glaze, 23.5 cm high £400-600
84.     A St Ives stoneware pottery sugar bowl and cover, the ash glaze with iron oxide painted design, with impressed St Ives mark to under glaze above foot (heavily af to lid) together with a stoneware domed pottery chamber stick (3) £50-100
85.     A pair of West Elm pendant chandeliers, in antique bronze, in original boxes (2) £50-100
86.     A large antler chandelier, thought to be late 20th Century, approx 90 cm diameter £50-100
87.     A Chinese silkwork panel, depicting a dragon boat race with spectators within a green and gilt border, glazed and framed, image size 42 cm x 87 cm £100-150
88.     A collection of porcelain figurines, including a collection of Wade comprising Tom and Jerry and other Disney characters, a Beswick model of an Afghan Hound, a Lomonosov seal and others £50-100
89.     A late 19th Century Indian brass bowl, the body with embossed camels and elephants within a floral surround below a band of sanscript to rim, 25 cm diameter £50-100
90.     A Moorcroft Mcintyre florian ware slender vase, of tapered form with flared, crimped rim, tube lined floral decoration, marked to base and incised WM, 20 cm high, restored £50-100
91.     A Longchamps striped holdall, with leather handles and fastener £50-100
92.     Sue Canonico, 20th Century, British, acrylic on canvas, Sunset, signed lower left, framed, 75 cm square (oil spot to canvas) £50-100
93.     A collection of fountain pens, including a De La Rue Onoto with 14ct nib, a Conway Stewart with 14ct nib, modern Sheaffer ballpoint etc £100-150
94.     A 19th Century Meissen swan neck handle cup and saucer, in the kakiemon style, together with a Herend porcelain basket, three Goss cups, two saucers and two other items of Goss (10) £50-100
95.     A late 20th Century cylindrical brass carriage timepiece, with white enamel dial, roman numerals, movement marked to back plate LD, 9cm high (no key) £50-100
96.     A Chinese jade carved medallion, the pierced design depicting a gentleman standing upon submerged pagoda, 7 cm x 6 cm together with a pair of jade roundels with carved bird design, 5 cm and 4.8 cm diameter £120-150
97.     A 19th Century Chinese ivory card case, with all over decoration of figures within landscapes, pagodas, on boats etc, heavily af together with a 19th Century ivory fan, Chinese, af, a 20th Century bone example, Japanese bone and ivory Meiji period sword handle carved with samurai and exotic birds and other items £100-150
98.     A carved amber cigar holder, the spiral design with an ovoid mouthpiece in a leather fitted case together with a similar example with 9ct gold collar, a carved bone cigarette holder decorated with a dragon and a cheroot holder (parcel) £50-100
99.     An interesting collection of Chinese works of art, to include a boxwood carved figure of a mother feeding her child reclining on a leaf with glass eyes, one missing, an Imari fluted tea bowl and saucer, a small collection of mother of pearl gaming counters with monograms to reverse, the front pieces each decorated with Chinese figures within landscapes, a carved boxwod figure of happy Buddha and other items (parcel) £200-300
100.    A Lladro rabbit and branch, together with a Lladro goose, a Beswick Rottweiler, a coronation mug by Dame Laura Knight, and a jasperware dish (5) £50-100
101.    A small collection of Royal Copenhagen, including a puppy, a penguin, a robin, and a flower vase (4) £50-100
102.    A near pair of Royal Copenhagen vases, decorated with hawthorn blossom to a graduated pale blue ground 23 cm H (2) £100-150
103.    A Royal Worcester writhen vase by H Stinton 1959, decorated with Highland cattle 6.5 cm H, plus a miniature tea cup and saucer by different artists, the saucer with a robin on a branch by R Platt, the cup with a linnet indistinctly signed (3) £50-100
104.    A cased six setting coffee service in the Somerset pattern, marked H & H to the base and to the silver spoons for Hukin & Heath c. 1930, together with a Crown Derby Imari pattern hexagonal box and cover, a late Royal Worcester automobile cup and saucer, a 19th century tea bowl, a bowl, a trinket dish, and a posy vase (parcel) £50-100
105.    A pair of Art Deco pink onyx bookends, with enamelled spelter fox terriers 12.5 cm H, plus two onyx ashtrays, and an onyx egg (5) £50-100
106.    Three Royal Copenhagen animal groups, one as a West Highland Terrier chewing a slipper, one of a puppy chasing its tail, and one of two puppies at play (3) £100-150
107.    Three Royal Copenhagen animal groups, including two fox terriers and a Scots terrier (3) £100-150
108.    A suite of 13 highball glasses, plus a set of six lead crystal whisky glasses and decanter, Ditchfield style bowls, six gilt edged pressed glass saucers, and a pair of lead crystal candlesticks (32) £50-100
109.    A Crown Staffordshire part dinner service, mainly first state and decorated with grey blue floral sprays (38) £50-100
110.    A Daum clear glass vase , marked Daum France, together with a ruby glass bohemian style liqueur set with applied enamels, and other glass (12) £50-100
111.    A group of three vintage novelty French rock lamps, by A. Lazerane Atelier a Paris c. 1970, graduated in size 30 cm W and smaller (3) £200-300
112.    Two gentleman's walking canes, both formerly the property of the late 19th century British Prime Minister Archibald Philip Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery, 1st Earl of Midlothian, KG KT PC FRS (1847-1929); one with root handle and silver ferrule, London 1892 by John Howell, inscribed 'The Right Hon. The Earl of Rosebery KG' and with the Latin legend Defenser Praeclarus Imperu Britannici [or Defender of the Great British Empire], the other a fiddleback blackwood crook cane with silver ferrule, London 1921, inscribed Rosebery from Ronald Novar 1921 [Ronald Craufurd Munro Ferguson, 1st Viscount Novar, KT GCMG PC (1860 -1934) Scottish politician and colonial governor] (2) £200-300
113.    An Art Deco period gentleman's Malacca walking cane, retailed through Brigg of London, with 18 ct gold ferrule with monogram D, together with a similar period attaché case with initials D.F.C (2) £50-100
114.    A Royal Worcester part tea set, marked 1961 and decorated in a dog rose pattern; with four cups, six saucers, sugar bowl, milk jug, and six of three graduated sizes of plate, plus a fruit bowl and a spare lid (33) £50-100
115.    An 18th century carved fruitwood lion mask boss, together with four items of studio pottery and a Victorian pottery tea pot with lozenge date mark (6) £50-100
116.    H. Cocquerel (19th/20th century), a French Canadian oil on canvas portrait of a native American Indian girl, signed and dated 1902 lower left, laid down 25 cm x 19.5 cm, framed and glazed; together with a carved and painted Native American wooden cockerel head dress 32 cm L (2) £50-100
117.    Three tin lined copper pans, one by Legry, a hand-cranked coffee grinder by Peugeot & Ci., a cased set of ivory handled fish servers, an antler handled set of fish servers, a part canteen of fish flatware, and a mixed metal eastern vase (9) £100-150
118.    An early 19th century Elkin Knight & Bridgwood 'Etruscan' ashet, with matching twin handle serving dish on stand 43 cm W and smaller (3) £50-100
119.    An 'Etruscan' pattern pottery strainer, possibly by Elkin Knight & Bridgwood, plus an early 19th century English pearlware strainer with blue and white decoration 'Residence of Solimenes near Vesuvius', impressed marks verso 35 cm W and smaller (2) £100-150
120.    A large 19th century meat patter, thought to be by Elkin Knight from the Irish Scenes series depicting James Wyatt's ruined Gothic Abbey at Fonthill 49.5 cm x 38 cm £100-150
121.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain octagonal charger, decorated in the willow pattern within a Fitzhugh border 33 cm W £100-150
122.    A Chinese porcelain ovoid vase, with elephant handles, relief cut blue and white decoration of a resting figure, and four character mark to the base AF 19.5 cm H, together with a Chinese porcelain circular dish decorated with domestic mountain lake scene and with six character mark to the base AF 25 cm W £100-150
123.    A collection of five lobed Imari plates 22 cm dia., together with a Chinese porcelain ginger jar and cover in the Prunus and cracked ice decoration, with concentric circle mark to the base (6) £50-100
124.    A Spode cabinet plate, decorated with the rock and peony pattern in iron red heightened in gilt 25 cm dia. and with rare mark 'Spode Ich Dien', together with a pair of English porcelain dishes with shell handles, the reserves with hand painted dog rose decoration 23 cm W (3) £100-150
125.    A mid-20th century walnut mantel clock by Elliott, with spring driven mechanism, together with a 1930 copy of Lady Cynthia Asquith's 'The Children's Cargo' with contributions by A.A. Milne and others (2) £50-100
126.    A long fruitwood and meerschaum pipe, with bamboo effect stem 86.5 cm L £50-100
127.    A Staffordshire flatback figure of 'The Queen & King of Sardinia', plus a Staffordshire spill vase 'Robin Hood' 38 cm H and smaller (2) £50-100
128.    A large 19th century glass decanter 34 cm H, plus two later decanters with spare stopper and a silver mounted oil and vinegar decanter 17 cm H, London 1932 by H. Pidduck & Sons (5) £50-100
129.    A late 19th/early 20th century English school oil on canvas landscape, of a cowherd driving cattle over a river bridge, indistinctly signed Wilcox lower left 41 cm x 61 cm, in gilt frame; together with a 19th century pastoral oil on artist's board of a shepherd driving his flock over a bridge, unsigned 24.5 cm x 37 cm, in gilt frame (2) £100-150
130.    A 19th century oil on canvas harbour scene, of fishing boats flying the French ensign and boatmen 35.5 cm x 61 cm, in gilt frame £50-100
131.    A 19th century Dresden aquatint, of farm animals and figure sheltering in classical ruins, plus two later prints after F. Wheatley, all framed and glazed 45 cm x 37.5 cm, and smaller (3) £50-100
132.    A Chinese mother-of-pearl inlaid box AF, together with a Chinese silver cruet set, a pair of silver backed brushes, a lead crystal bottle stopper, a boxed silver spoon, a continental porcelain salt cellar, and a small picture frame (parcel) £50-100
133.    Two vintage carriage lamps, plus a similar rear lamp AF (3) £50-100
134.    A Wedgwood blue and white coffee set, of classical form and decorated in the deer pattern, Wedgwood vase marks to the base, comprising a milk jug, lidded sucrier, coffee pot, plus six cans and saucers (15) £50-100
135.    A Royal Worcester February figure, together with a Royal Worcester 'Little Mermaid', and a Royal Worcester blanc-de-chine cornucopia dated 1963 (3) £50-100
136.    A Royal Worcester 'Bordeaux' pattern tête-à-tête tea set, decorated mainly in pink, dated 1929, comprising tea pot, milk jug, cream jug, sugar bowl, a biscuit plate and two cups and saucers AF (9) £50-100
137.    A 19th century Derby figure, of a gentleman dandy with a basket of flowers on rococo base AF 26.5 cm H £100-200
138.    A 19th century brocage figure group, as a piper in 18th century dress, possibly Samson, gold anchor mark verso 22.5 cm H £100-150
139.    A pair of Royal Crown Derby octagonal sprinkler vases, with applied handles and decorated in the Imari palette with arabesques, bird and flower reserves, marked to the base 16.5 cm H £50-100
140.    A pair of Royal Worcester peach blush jugs, decorated with floral sprays and dated 1902 with registered design number 167140, one AF 11 cm H £50-100
141.    Two large Lladro figures, one as a lady holding onto her bonnet AF, the other with a book clasped behind her back 35.5 cm H, on associated base (2) £100-150
142.    A Wilkinson Ltd. character jug, modelled as 'Earl Kitchener of Khartoum' officer seated with jug inscribed "Bitter for the Kaiser" designed by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould c.1918 with FGC to the lower edge 25 cm H £300-500
143.    A 19th century Worcester style porcelain coffee pot, the body with scale blue ground and reserves painted with brightly coloured birds, flowers and butterflies, surmounted by a similarly decorated lid with naturalistic flower bud knop, unmarked with a small chip to the inside footrim 22 cm H £50-100
144.    A 19th century carved wood shoe snuff box, with vacant brass plaque AF, together with two other wooden boxes, a silver mounted horn spoon, and a collection of malachite items including two frogs, a lion, and two boxes (9) £50-100
145.    A collection of assorted porcelain and enamel ware, including Dresden figural pin dishes, Royal Copenhagen robins and pin dish, a Herend leaf dish decorated with insects, a Portmeirion enamel patch box, a modern porcelain scent bottle, and a handle less Meissen hot water jug and cover (14) £100-150
146.    A set of three Samson tea bowls and saucers, plus a smaller example with different decoration (8) £50-100
147.    A Royal Crown Derby vase and cover, in the Imari palette 14 cm H, together with a Derby Alhambra style vase with face mask handles AF, also in the Imari palette 14.5 cm (2) £50-100
148.    Two Meissen relief moulded plates, one with blue ground and trailing gilt vines, the other similar with white ground and floral painted reserve 30 cm dia., and smaller (2) £100-150
149.    Three 19th century and later Minton reticulated cabinet plates, one with gilt and enamel floral reserve within a turquoise blue ground with geometric panels edged in a Greek keyword gilt edge, another with brightly coloured birds and insects to a pink ground, and the third with a reserve of floral sprays to a blue ground heightened in gilt 24 cm dia. (3) £150-250
150.    A 19th century Spode Imari cabinet plate, pattern 967, together with a Crown Derby muffin dish without cover, and a pair of porcelain dishes with phoenix and oriental dragon decoration in the wucai palette heightened in gilt, possibly Spode 23.5 cm dia., and smaller (4) £100-150
151.    Lladro seated ballet dancer figure, on associated stand, plus a Lladro figure of a girl brushing her hair in the mirror, mirror AF 21 cm H (2) £50-100
152.    Two Royal Crown Derby cat paperweights, one with paisley style pattern 13 cm H (2) £50-100
153.    Three Lladro bisque vases, one as a planter, with pastel coloured relief decoration, together with a pair of Bing & Grondahl putto figures, and a Spode Copelands China cat handled mug (6) £50-100
154.    A set of Lladro angels, including a group of three singers, a flautist, one recumbent, one at prayer, and one seated 17.5 cm H and smaller (5) £100-150
155.    A cased barograph by Casella, with bevelled glass panels and paper drawer 37.5 cm W £50-100
156.    A Lladro lamp base, modelled as a girl seated by a tree with a dove, plus a similar lamp base as a goose, girl and geese, no factory marks 35 cm H and smaller (2) £50-100
157.    A collection of commemorative and early 19th century lead crystal and glass, including a restoration of York Minster Stuart Crystal limited edition goblet with certificate, a late 18th century naval theme goblet with rough pontil, a large Elizabeth II coronation goblet, and others (5) £50-100
158.    A pair of Royal Worcester gold lustre cup and saucers, together with a matching pair of egg cups and covers, and a royal commemorative Coalport trembleuse in powder blue (10) £50-100
159.    A large Imari charger 34 cm dia., together with a pair of kutani ware sprinkler vases, a Chinese porcelain sprinkler vase, and a Chinese export tea cup AF 24.5 cm H and smaller (5) £50-100
160.    A Henry Wilkinson colour lithograph 'Fly-fishing', limited edition 32/150 and signed in pencil to the border, and another of gun dogs 48/150 signed in pencil to the border, image 25 cm x 34.5 cm, framed and glazed (2) £100-150
161.    A Royal Worcester fruit painted cabinet plate, to a raised gilt ground by H. Ayrton dated 1926, a Minton cabinet plate with raised gilt flowers to an eggshell blue ground, and a Wedgwood example with neo-classical design to the border also with raised gilding 27.5 cm dia., and smaller (3) £100-150
162.    A small group of assorted ceramics, including Doulton series ware plate, a Worcester bowl, a cabinet plate, a Crown Staffordshire floral tea pot, and a Wedgwood Willow jug (6) £50-100
163.    A Meissen figure of a seated putti with posies of flowers, on rococo base 8 cm H, plus a pair of Sitzendorf figures, a Chinese style tea bowl with Vienna mark, and a damaged figure of a boy with dog, spurious Meissen marks to the base 11.5 cm H and smaller (5) £120-180
164.    A collection of fifteen Terry Pratchett novels, all hardback first editions (15) £50-100
165.    A Bronze hippocampus mythological bronze group 11 cm L, on black marble base, together with a limited edition 'Berbero' 19/200 finished in silver and gilt, and a resin casting of a classical sculpture 'Head of a Young Boy 22.5 cm overall (3) £100-150
166.    A Royal Worcester mainly series 1 set 'Days of The Week' by Freda Doughty, including Monday's Child 3257, Tuesday 3258, Wednesday 3259, Thursday 3260, Friday 3261, Saturday 3262, and Sunday 3518, printed marks beneath 21 cm H and smaller (7) £250-300
167.    Two first edition J.K. Rowling novels, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' and 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince', plus a number of other first edition publications including The Ascent of Everest by John Hunt, two volumes by Alan Bennett, Alec Guinness 'Blessings in Disguise', a Gielgud biography/autobiography collaboration, three Bernard Cornwell novels, and Ian Rankin's 'A Question of Blood' £50-100
168.    A Royal Worcester mainly series 2 set 'Days of The Week' by Freda Doughty, Monday's Child 3519; Tuesday 3534, Wednesday 3521, Thursday 3522, Friday 3523, Saturday 3524, Sabbath 3256, printed and painted marks beneath 20.5 cm H and smaller (7) £250-350
169.    An 18th/19th century watercolour hunt scene, with gentleman in hunting pinks and blues in full pursuit, indistinctly signed in red lower right 38.5 cm x 54.5 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
170.    A miniature replica George III six-pounder brass cannon, together with a bottle of 1970 Pauillac, and a 1994 Nobby Clarke Chateau Charnwood Elderberry (3) £50-100
171.    A Regency English school oil on canvas portrait of a gentleman, wearing stock collar and waistcoat, unsigned 92 cm x 71.5 cm, in gilt frame; together with a later 19th century portrait of a seated lady in mourning dress and brooch, unsigned 76.5 x 63.5 cm (2) £100-150
172.    A small silk Isfahan prayer rug, with red, ochre and cream arabesques, spandrels and central medallion to a black ground 96 cm x 62 cm £100-150
173.    A Kayserzinn Art Nouveau pewter milk jug, marked to the base, a pewter Art Nouveau heart shaped dish with Hatchetts crest, an 18th century pewter dish 12 cm dia., and a further selection of pewter and pewter mounted ware, plus a pair of Art Deco silver plated bowl and covers (parcel) £50-100
174.    A small group of Copeland late Spode jasperware, including two jugs and an electric lamp base 20.5 cm H and smaller (3) £50-100
175.    A collection of modern ceramics, including a Goebel preserve pot, a novelty corkscrew, a Herriot Collection cow creamer by Enesco, a Wade toast rack and seal vase, and a brightly coloured cruet set (6) £50-100
176.    Three Art Nouveau majolica vases, one marked to the base with what appears to be a Royal Dux stamp, one possibly Austrian with rosehip decoration, and the other on incorporated gilt brass base 40 cm H and smaller (3) £50-100
177.    Five items of Poole Pottery, including an Aegean long dish, a terracotta ribbed vase, a prawn dish, and two other of c. 1970s design, all in wooden tray (6) £100-150
178.    A porcelain wall pocket by Johanson Roth, modeller for Meissen, with applied polychrome blackberries and bird decoration and underglaze mark verso AF 26.5 cm H; together with a Royal Worcester blanc-de-chine example as a stitched leaf with perched bird, impressed marks verso AF 29 cm H (2) £50-100
179.    A collection of 19th century and later pottery and porcelain, including a blue and white pottery strainer with oriental boating scene, a salmon pink Regency cup and saucer, plus various coffee cans AF, and more (parcel) £50-100
180.    A mixed lot, including a recumbent Pierrot lamp, a graduated group of three brass wall ducks, an unusual and possibly smoking related articulated bird device, an aluminium handled skipping rope with ball bearing set mechanism, cribbage boards, a desk tidy and more (12) £100-150
181.    A pair of Victorian polychrome pottery busts, modelled as a girl in a bonnet and a boy with hat, both on socle base 33 cm H; plus a Royal Dux figure group and associated pair 19 cm H, and Sitzendorf figure 14.5 cm H (5) £100-150
182.    A collection of musical jugs and tankards, decoration subjects include Widdecombe Fair, Killarney, Auld Lang Syne, Long John Silver, and more (11) £100-150
183.    A collection of mid-20th century and later ceramics, including a Beswick 'Cottage Ware' tea set, a Burgleighware Gretna Green ewer, plus Crown Devon, Poole Pottery, and more (17) £100-150
184.    A collection of 19th century and later majolica, including a Minton style planter with relief moulded reed decoration to the corners, a large Grecian footed planter with winged maidens to each end, a corn cob jug, a pair of Royal Doulton Balloon Seller plates, and other items (8) £100-150
185.    An early 19th century blue and white Tiger Hunt circular charger, with elephant mounted figures and dogs within a scroll anthemion border 37 cm dia. £150-200
186.    A pair of Art Deco bookends, with incise carved and dark stained sporting figures representing Rugby and titled 'Lourdes' to the plinth, the other cross-country skiing and initialled R.B. to the plinth, both signed M Saussac 22 cm H (2) £100-150
187.    A six piece Meissen style monkey band, including a conductor, piper, flautist, piper, drummer, and another; spurious marks beneath on one 16 cm H and smaller (6) £120-180
188.    Four ginger jars, including Mason's, Coalport, Spode, and Maling, plus a Maling jug and dish (6) £50-100
189.    A graduated set of three transfer printed orientalist jugs, from the Homeland Series Africa by A.J. Wilkinson Ltd. Royal Staffordshire Pottery, each signed F Ridgway within the transfer 19 cm H and smaller (3) £50-100
190.    Three 19th Century and later lustre jugs, plus a c.1980/90s Hutschensreuther Maxim's de Paris vase in pink marble effect, an octagonal blue and white vase, and a novelty yellow horse vase, possibly Spanish 32 cm H and smaller (6) £50-100
191.    A Chinese bronze head, depicting the four faced Buddha with character marks beneath 7 cm H £50-100
192.    After Rembrandt Van Rijn, 19th century oil on canvas portrait of an old man with beard 46 cm x 35 cm £50-100
193.    A very large late 18th/early 19th century copper pan and cover, of hand hammered and soldered construction with heavy cast brass handles to the body and cover, makers mark to the rim obscured 51 cm dia. x 51 cm H £100-150
194.    An Art Deco terracotta figure, depicting a female nude with a bird in her hand AF, indistinctly signed to the base though similar to a Marcel Guillard example 47 cm H x 65 cm L £120-180
195.    A 1960s continental vintage designer table lamp, modelled in porcelain and gilt metal to represent a curling flower stem with petal shade, mounted on black plinth base 52 cm H £200-300
196.    An 18th century pearlware child's tea pot, with chinoiserie underglaze decoration AF 10 cm H £50-100
197.    Two Caithness glass limited edition paperweights, plus another two including 'Fireball' and 'Pebble' designs, others include 'Octet' 70/500 and 'Octavia' 22/500 (4) £100-150
198.    A collection of glass paperweights, including Caithness, Mdina, Cumbria Crystal and more (8) £50-100
199.    David Koster (b. 1926), three signed lithographic prints 'Great Tits' 47/50, 'Long Tail Tits' 41/50, and 'Goldfinches' 47/50; all signed, numbered and titled to the border in pencil image 22 cm x 29.5 cm, framed and glazed (3) £50-100
200.    A mid 20th century presentation tobacco jar, modelled as a large pipe with hinged lid, and ashtray, bearing plaque to base 'Presented to LT Col A.B Rhodes R.E by all ranks of depot BN, Bombay Engineer group, Kirkee 27-5-54, the last serving officer in Raj, 37cm £40-60
201.    A heavy metal octagonal tobacco jar, modelled on an early 19th century example this bears the inscription 'Tobacco is a physician good for the sound and sickly', moulded panels decorated with figures smoking pipes, also in the lot a Dunhill pewter jar with tamper, an ashtray with brass figure, with etched flange, an Arabic example, another modelled as a bell and others (9) £60-80
202.    A continental porcelain figural tobacco jar and cover, modelled as a European woman dressed in the Geisha style, also another porcelain example of a seated man with his pipe wearing a smoking hat (2) £70-90
203.    A collection of eleven tobacco jars, with screw bar fixing to lids including examples by Comoys, Sandland, Carlton etc £60-80
204.    A collection of seventeen tobacco jars, including foreign and British examples, by LUC Saint, Doulton Lambeth, Carlton Ware (Dunhill Rouge Royale) etc £120-150
205.    A collection of three carved fruitwood tobacco jars, modelled as skulls and snakes, in graduated sizes. Together with purchase sale catalogue from Bonhams, The Chelsea Collection of Severin Wunderman Wednesday 30 September 2009, London (lot 251) £300-500
206.    A collection of six novelty tobacco jars with covers, modelled as seated Toby with a jug of foaming beer, largest 15 cm high (6) one lid missing £50-80
207.    Two 19th Century mixed metal tobacco jars and covers, one decorated with courting couple and blackamoor finial, the other with hunting scenes and bird finial, tallest 26 cm high (2) £70-100
208.    A 19th Century stoneware tobacco jar and cover, the blue ground with transfer printed swag design heightened in gilt together with a terracotta example heightened in gilt and eight ceramic examples (10) £70-90
209.    A pair of novelty stoneware tobacco jars and covers, modelled as pipes with leather covers marked Longchamps France, each 18 cm high x 28 cm long (2) £40-60
210.    A collection of pipe ashtrays including a pottery example, modelled as a sail, a marbleised horseshoe, a bronze ashtray and an aluminium comical example etc (6) £40-60
211.    A wooden tobacco jar and cover, with pipe rack surround, 20 cm high x 25 cm diameter together with seven pipe stands (8) £50-80
212.    An Eichwald pottery novelty pipe stand, modelled as a young man and his horse heightened in gilt, 19 cm high x 22 cm £40-60
213.    A collection of novelty figural match strikes, including a pair of blackamoor heads with ruff collars, a pair of continental pottery examples of a boy and girl and five others (9) £60-80
214.    A novelty art deco pipe stand modelled as a gentleman and his dog, on a rosewood base, two female form ashtrays, a Porsche design pipe tool and a Ceylon souvenir pipe stand (parcel) £30-50
215.    Two brass Mr Punch tobacco jars and covers, with removable hats (2) £50-80
216.    Two novelty tobacco jars with covers, one modelled from a hippo hip bone with hardwood base, the other coconut shell on carved elephant stand base with elephant finial to lid (af) (2) £50-80
217.    A Radice cigar holder and borer, together with one black lacquered example and a briar example both monogrammed C (3) £40-60
218.    A collection of novelty brass and copper match strikes, including a lizard, a Roman foot, coal scuttle etc (parcel) £50-80
219.    Two Dunhill hardwood three stand pipe racks, four Heatherwick of Auchterader five pipe examples, and a quantity of other wooden pipe racks etc (parcel) £60-80
220.    A quantity of novelty pipe stands, including metal, glass, resin together with a quantity of silk pipe bags and other items (parcel) £30-50
221.    A quantity of novelty pipe stands, including five bar gates, half examples, a settle, three mounted with cars etc (parcel) £60-80
222.    A 19th century carved oak pipe cabinet, the rectangular shape, with carved panel doors, hinged moulded top, fitted interior with imari style tobacco jars and dishes £60-80
223.    A collection of wooden pipe racks £40-60
224.    A 19th century oak nine hole pipe rack, having shaped top, mounted plated shield, also a six hole Art Deco example, 40 cm and 50 cm £40-60
225.    An Arts and Crafts oak and copper pipe cabinet, of narrow rectangular shape, with embossed copper stylised floral door half hinged top and fitted interior, also another small oak smokers cabinet with oval glass door, 29cm (2) £70-90
226.    An Edwardian oak smokers cabinet, of rectangular shape, with glazed panel door, moulded top and base, fitted drawer, 26cm high £30-50
227.    A Victorian silver and stained oak hanging pipe rack, the shield shaped design, with a pair of silver pipes and shield, also in the lot an oak example with bone fan design, and a modern curved six place rack (3) £50-80
228.    A Modern Dunhill four holed pipe rack, carved in Oak, together with an Art Deco oak and brass example (2) £40-60
229.    A novelty pipe rack, modelled from an industrial textile bobbin, fitted with four Petersons pipes and two meerschaum examples, all with silver plated or metal collars £50-80
230.    An Edwardian oak and brass smokers cabinet, the corner cabinet with bevelled mirrored backs and glazed hinged door and shaped top, 46 cm £70-90
231.    An Arts and Crafts oak smokers bow cabinet, of tapered shape, with stylised floral design to panel door, revealing fitted interior, also with another hanging/table top pipe cabinet with shaped top, six pipe holes and lower drawer (2) £80-120
232.    A pair of glazed pipe table displays, possibly for a tobacconist, the three green baized lined shelves with glazed fronts, also in the lot an easel style pipe rack (3) £80-120
233.    A twenty four hole teak hanging pipe rack, 92 cm long £30-50
234.    A collection of fold out pipe tools and lighters including one from the Campaign picnic Eisenhower Farm Sptember 12 1956, together with a Dunhill bowl cleaner, various others and pipe fillers (parcel) £50-80
235.    Three American briar pipes, comprising a novel Tim West rustic and part polished large bowl with thumb hole, also a Swink free hand carved and polished straight grain marked to bowl Swink, with curved shaped stem, and a Wiley 1 freehand pipe with tapered polished bowl and angled shank with rustic edges, curved stem (3) £70-90
236.    Three American briar pipes, comprising a Tim West with a faceted polished bowl a straight shank and curved stem, also a Kerry Wathen 75 example with faux amber twisted stem and another (3) £50-70
237.    Three Danish briar pipes, including a Refbjerg, signed with curved stem, a sculpted example by Svenlar by Hedelson and a Faaborg Special hand shaped example (3) £100-120
238.    A George Jensen Starliner Giant briar pipe, with horn collar and straight tapered stem, also a Bruyere sitter, a Lorenzo hand crafted 8600 rustic bowl with shaped and curved stem, and a Bari Ruby 8021 with faceted shank and matching signed stem. £100-120
239.    Two Danske Club briar pipes, including a curved Vanio, with rustic and part polished bowl, a sitter with cylindrical flame matt polish bowl with straight stem, a Bjarne bullnose shaped rustic bowl with ivorine collar and a freehand cut rustic example, with simulated tiger eye curved stem (4) £60-80
240.    A GBD Conquest 111 briar pipe, having hexagonal bowl, square shank marked with No.9627 and curved stem marked with the initials GBD, also in the lot a Ben Wade Danish Unicorn Fawn with hand cut polished bowl, another Ben Wade Danish Pride with hand cut rustic bowl, and a Savioe Oxford polished briar curved pipe (4) £100-120
241.    A collection of five briar estate pipes, comprising a Bari Wiking, curved shape, rustic square barrel, and stamped to stem, also a karl Erik hand made sitter, a Ben Wade Reflection No.011 with curved stem, an example no.100 Ben Wade with Rustic bowl, and a Danish Sand curved example (5) £100-120
242.    A Jeantet briar pipe, Doublé Ecume, with circular polished bowl and square shank, curved stem marked J, also in the lot two Butz-Choquin briars, one Panache the other Lapitan Extra, a JPL St Claude example and a Butz-Choquin Simoun De Lux (5) £80-120
243.    Two Hungarian briar pipes, both with large polished bowls with straight grain and some birds eye, both marked Körös, together with a Sweet Black with rustic bowl, and brass banded curved stem, a carved straight briar Marxman Jumbo and a polished Lillehammer Mascot 714, the small bowl with long shank and stem, having polished birds eye grain (5) £60-80
244.    Four Nørding briar pipes, two free hand carved examples, comprising an FS square shaped with rustic wave design, marked with curved stem, a polished No.5 having rustic textured rim, on a simulated mother of pearl stem, and two others with polished bowls one in Cherry, the other of curved design (4) £70-100
245.    A collection of eight briar pipes, including a KBB Yellow Bolle 'Chin Rester', a small Barling and others (8) £50-100
246.    Four Bari briar estate pipes, comprising a squat sitter, Modern polished sides and bowl with rustic base, a rustic curved with volcano shaped bowl, a large square bowl example with rustic front piece and another Bari 7948 De Luxe (4) £100-120
247.    Four briar free hand estate pipes, comprising a Grandvill Select, polished bowl and rustic edge rim, a Higson USA with polished and textured bowl, a Jonson London rustic bowl with shaped stem and a polished free hand Conference (4) £70-100
248.    Four Danish briar estate pipes, comprising a cherry coloured Charles Fairmorn, Canadian shape marked No.0 hand made in Denmark marked to stem with monogram, a Royal Dansk curved polished example with flame grain and bent monogrammed stem, a freehand Danish No.4 with slightly Volcano shaped bowl, a horn shaped Danish free hand polished bowl and curved stem, and a Sandor free hand sitter, marked to base (5) £100-120
249.    A collection of French briar pipes, including a Jean Lacroix Major Fine, with polished bowl and rough rim, marked stem, a Chacom curved polished small bowled pipe with flattened sides, two Butz-Choquin examples a Domino No.1583, an Artois No.122633 both with monogrammed stems and a Hilson Fantette simulated tortoiseshell and meerschaum lined Canadian shaped pipe (5) £60-80
250.    Six British briar bowl pipes, comprising a London made Ben Wade Colinadale, polished birds eyes and flame grain, a Trident Fantasy by Comoy's with replacement stem, a pipe master No.2 rustic curved example, a Tyburn red and black curved bowl with an acrylic marked stem, another large carved briar and a Falcon chromed example (6) £40-60
251.    Four Butz-Choquin briar pipes, comprising a cherry polished Calabash, a Matire-Pipier De Luxe curved shape with flame grain, a Roquebrune barrel shape, with polished and carved leaf sections, and a Dr Boston Filter model, no. 397 marked to stem (4) £50-80
252.    A collection of European briar pipes, including two Oldenkott, a Wood Art carved rustic, a Czech Jirsa sitter with rustic bowl, and two others (6) £50-80
253.    An Edwards freehand Algerian briar pipe, together with a Wiliey Galleon 85 USA rustic bowl example, a Jack's free hand straight grain Canadian and a Redwood 503 curved example with simulated mother of pearl mouth piece (4) £50-70
254.    Two Hilson briar pipes, including a White top 61, meerschaum lined, with straight shank and stem, a Hilson Bolero, with rustic bowl and curved stem, both marked with monograms, also a Jeantet Luxe straight stem, and three polished examples (6) £70-90
255.    A George Jensen De Luxe briar pipe, the rustic bowl with straight shank and stem marked to base with no.7292, also a Vario Danske Club, horn shape, with half rustic bowl, another similar Banke Club no.119, a Zettervig sitter with polished bowl angled shank and slightly curved stem, and another Zettervig hand carved polished bowl, with monogram to stem (5) £70-90
256.    A collection of American estate briar pipes, including a Custombuilt rustic straight sitter, marked to underside, a Georgetown polished curved with flame and bird eye grain marked to stem, a Jersey curved apple with polished straight grain with curved stem brass mounts, monogrammed, a Jerry's Grecian sitter with polished bowl worked textured rim and shank end, a Tim West polished and curved briar with stylised design, and a free hand sitter modelled as a tree stump (6) £80-120
257.    A Dan Bar Refbjerg polished briar estate pipe, with a polished straight grain, monogrammed to stem, also a rustic free hand Danish sitter, and a Larsen Super 35 straight stem with rustic bowl (3) £60-80
258.    A Savinelli Silver chimney sitter, marked to shank 310 KS, polished mixed grain with silver collar, together with another example Autograph free hand with polished and rustic finish on a curved stem (2) £100-120
259.    A Sasieni 4 Dot Ruff Root Dark briar pipe, the sitter, with slightly curved stem, together with two Tim West free hand polished octagonal straight grains (3) £70-90
260.    Three G W Sims unsmoked specimen briar pipes, the freehands, with large straight rain polished bowls, with rusticated and smooth rims, two with stems, marked G W Sims London Made £70-100
261.    Five Butz-Choquin briar estate pipes, including a small sitting Flash, another curved, a Montfort St Claude no.1508, slightly curved with logo to base, A Capitan 70 St Claude No. 1632, and an Old Root Geante straight St Claude 1398, (5) £60-100
262.    Two Danske briar estate pipes, comprising a Royal, sandblast with smooth panels, a Club Trio of horn shape with brass band, logo to stem, and a Nørding free hand marked Danish Plateaux rusticated with hand cut stem (3) £50-70
263.    A collection of European estate pipes, comprising an Amphora sandblasted with stamped reg no. and shank marked 417310 with adjustable bore and logo inset stem, a Big Ben cherry colour freehand with rusticated rim, a Hilson, Virgin De Luxe, smooth mixed grain, logo to stem, and a Dutch novelty Delft pipe (4) £20-30
264.    Four G.W.Sims briar estate pipes, all freehands, including three sitters and one with bulbous and sandblasted panels, all with straight grain (4) £60-100
265.    Three G.W. Sims freehand briar estate pipes, all with thumb rests, two with rusticated plateau rims, marked London Made (3) £70-90
266.    A collection of five G.W.Sims briar estate pipes, including a London Made Special sitter, straight grain, a lovat shaped rusticated example, a freehand with a green acrylic stem, a bullnose shape with curved stem and another (5) £60-80
267.    A collection of French briar pipes, including a Jobey Shellmoor no.145, curved shape, a Butx Choquin Rocamar filter 1333 A of curved shape with acrylic marble effect stem, a Match straight pipe no.747, a Butz Choquin Balion no. 1662, with rusticated finish, logo stamp to stem, and an alpine example carved with an edelweiss flower £60-80
268.    A Roermond Mirco Dutch estate pipe, of small shape with monogram to stem, also an Oldenknott curved example with Oldex stem, a freehand sitter with smooth finish and rusticated plateau, a Big Ben 'Freestyle' sitter, a Snahti smooth finish with mixed grain, amber stem, and a Hilson Bolero, S22 rusticated finish (6) £60-80
269.    Four Danish briar estate pipes, all with smooth straight grain finish, comprising a Bjarne hand cut, straight shape, a Refbjerg hand cut with apple shaped bowl, a Navigator sitter, of curved design, and a Nørding hand cut sitter, smooth bowl with curved stem (4) £80-100
270.    Five Israeli briar free hand carved estate pipes, comprising two Alpha's, with logo marked stems and three others £40-60
271.    A small collection of briar estate pipes, comprising an American example by Chuck Sands, marked RC logo, with a sandblasted bowl with smooth rim, a William Demuth Co Wellington oversize, with smooth finish with flame grain, nickel plated collar, with curved stem, a giant briar sitter with an applied collar, smooth finish, also two meerschaum textured bowl, one with bamboo collar (5) £60-80
272.    Three Danish briar estate pipes, including a Ben Wade golden walnut, hand carved straight grain with logo marked stem, an Erikson 'Old Bruyere' large bowl with birdseye grain, and a Nørding straight grain with rusticated rim and possible replacement stem (3) £70-90
273.    A collection of British briar estate pipes, including a Cavalier 995 sitter with logo marked stem, a City de Luxe Ferrule, London made with logo stem, a Kaywoodie Relief Grain 04, a Bewley 20 straight pipe with mixed grain, a Nobby straight grain, slightly curved and others in the lot (a parcel) £70-90
274.    Four Bari briar estate pipes, comprising a Pearl 7075 with bamboo collar, a Mandarin 7940 Select nature old briar, a Harmonie 8281 birdseye finish and another select nature 973, all with logo marked stems (4) £60-80
275.    A Carey Magic Inch briar estate pipe, free hand sitter with sandblast finish, made in Denmark, having a filter stem, a Svendborg curved shape with logo marked stem, an Aalbørg with smooth and sandblasted finish and a Refbjerg Danbark curved shaped smooth finish example (4) £50-70
276.    Five English briar estate pipes, comprising a London Squire 047, bent shape with sandblast finish, another sandblast Invicta, three smooth finish, a Hardcastle'd Jockey Club, a straight grain London made pocket pipe, and a sitter with silver plated shank (5) £60-80
277.    Three Italian estate briar pipes, including a Maurizio Calabash, with rusticated hand carved worked bowl, and logo marked stem, a Lorenzo Maiella 8820, with smooth finish and brass shank, logo marked stem and a Mauro Cateni Arte Individuale Sel Nuova Rossa with a hand cut white dot logo marked stem (3) £60-80
278.    Six G.W Simms estate pipes, all freehands with straight grain, two sitters, four with rusticated rims, two smooth, five signed with script G.W Sims, one unmarked but bought from Sims by the vendor, all lightly smoked (6) £80-120
279.    Seven G.W Sims briar estate pipes, comprising two sandblasted, one rusticated, four smooth, each marked with signature, London made, one Canadian the others all bent shape £100-120
280.    Three Danish briar estate pipes, comprising a Ben Wade sitter Billiard shape, an all over sandblasted, also an Aalbørg 'The Tinder Box' grey hand cut stem, also a Karl Erik hand made bent example (3) £50-80
281.    Four English briar estate pipes, all smooth finish, including a Barling King, 6574, with birdseye grain, cross mark to stem, another Barling Billiard with cross mark to stem, a 'Barling' made example and a Ben Wade London made Selected Grain 284, with marked stem (4) £40-60
282.    Four Danish briar estate pipes, comprising a Bari Wiking, curved shape with volcano bowl and faceted stem, logo marked stem, an unnamed Danish sandblasted with long shank and short stem, a Danish freehand with hand cut stem, and a Poul Winsløw hand made E class, bent shape with sandblast finish and smooth top, marked to shank, (4) £80-100
283.    A collection of G.W Sims briar estate pipes, all smooth finish, two Canadian, one with a broken simulated stem, another Billiard shape, a sitter, a curved example, and two bent, nearly all straight grains, marked to shank (7) £70-90
284.    A collection of six briar estate pipes, all unnamed, including a sandblasted with a silver shank, with ivory banded stem, a mixed grain sitter, a smooth bent sitter, two rusticated examples and a sandblasted sitter with silver shank and clear perspex set £50-80
285.    Three Stanwell Danish Briar estate pipes, Comprising a Stanwell 1986 year pipe, of bent horn shape with rusticated finish, silver plaque to side, logo marked stem, also a rusticated sitter 83R, with reg no. 969-68 and another smooth with silver band to shank, reg no. 969-48 £60-80
286.    A mixed collection of estate pipes, four leather covered examples, two Longchamp, a Polo Sporting life, a Vuillard, red leather cover, a green stained Chacon bent, with logo stem, a White Cross Real Cherry pipe, and two others (8) £20-30
287.    A Solid Comfort pre-war T.F Gauntley of Nottingham estate pipe, the boxed briar with straight ivory stem, in green retailers box, also in the lot three corn pipes, a Maltese briar small bowled pipe(6) £20-30
288.    Six G.W Simms briar estate pipes, including one sandblasted, with smooth sections, and curved stem, a bent example with birds-eye grain, another with a faceted bowl, a large straight grain billiard shape, (slightly faded) another smaller and a cross- grain bent example, also in the lot a card box titled 'A London Made Briar' £70-90
289.    A fine Paronelli Sardinian briar estate pipe, the hand made sitter of square shape and straight grain, marked to side Tomm 60, stem bearing green dot logo £50-70
290.    A CHP-X briar estate pipe, the sitter with smooth and partial sandblasted panels, also having a flared shank and cut stem, marked to underside CHP-X 3 £60-80
291.    A Bari Wiking 'Magnum' briar estate pipe, the sitter a straight grain, with sandblasted rim and shank, hand cut marked stem, with double markings to shank £50-80
292.    A Moretti Recanati twin chamber briar estate pipe, the large smooth straight grain bowl, with sandblasted rim, hand cut stem with briar inset roundel £100-150
293.    A Bjarne sitter briar estate pipe, free hand carved with sandblast and smooth panelled front, marked to underside, supported on a spreading foot, with hand cut stem £30-50
294.    A Weiner briar estate pipe, the rusticated bowl with oval shank and tapered logo marked stem, impressed to base Weiner 04794 USA, with sleeve and box (3) £80-120
295.    A Weiner briar estate pipe, the rusticated sitter, smooth rim, signed to underside, Weiner 10499 USA, curved logo marked stem with signed certificate and sleeve and box (4) £80-120
296.    A Chacom Spécimen Saint-Claude briar estate pipe, the Red Label marked to the shank with a smooth finish, stem marked with logo, also in the lot matching taper, cased with sleeve (4) £50-70
297.    A Ser Jacopo Dalla Gemma briar unsmoked pipe, the rusticated sitter, marked Maxima Per Aspera Ad Astra R1, with sleeve and box £100-150
298.    A Charatan Executive Extra Large estate pipe, the curved shape with smooth straight grain, hand cut stem, marked to shank 'made by hand in the City of London' stem with logo and reg no. with green satin sleeve (2) £80-100
299.    A Savinelli Autograph briar estate pipe, No. 3, the smooth straight grain, with rusticated rim, marked to shank, with hand cut logo marked stem of twist design, in leather pouch (2) £40-60
300.    A Nørding briar estate pipe, free hand carved with straight grain, stamped to underside No.2, hand cut vulcanite stem with green sleeve £40-60
301.    A Stefano exclusive briar unsmoked pipe, the apple shaped bowl with mixed grain, with brass collar, and curved stem, with suede sleeve (2) £30-50
302.    Il Ceppo briar unsmoked pipe, rusticated finish, with straight stem and logo, with sleeve (2) £40-60
303.    A Bjarne sitter briar estate pipe, the apple shaped bowl with a straight grain, bent stem and curved stem with logo, in sleeve (2) £50-70
304.    A Radice briar estate collectors pipe, marked 10 Anno 1981-90, bearing artists initials in italic, 030, and hand made in Italy with silver plated collar and flared logo marked stem, in sleeve (2) £80-120
305.    A Viking Classic sitter briar estate pipe, hand made with silver plated collar, with hand cut stem logo marked, in Bjarne suede case (2) £50-70
306.    A Viby Jørgensen briar estate pipe, of slightly bent shape, with apple shaped bowl, straight grain, marked Denmark, 019 £50-80
307.    An Ascoti briar estate pipe, the straight 'Business KS' with rusticated half body, with silver collar and hand cut logo marked stem £60-80
308.    A Ben Wade briar sitter estate pipe, Danish Pride' rusticated finish, with conical shank collar, hand cut stem £60-80
309.    A Rinaldo briar unsmoked pipe, Lithos' model no.1, of bent shape with rusticated body, cut stem with logo £80-120
310.    A Ser Jacopo Picta 11, Per Aspera briar estate pipe, bent shape with chimney style bowl, silver engraved collar signed Picta Magritte, with logo marked stem £150-200
311.    A Radice Rind briar estate pipe, the cushion shaped rusticated bowl, on a simulated bamboo shank, with double spot logo hand cut stem £100-120
312.    A Dr Kiess Patriot RM briar unsmoked pipe, having uniform rusticated bowl and shank, an acrylic hand cut stem with three coloured dots, colours of the American stars and stripes, dated 2002 £50-80
313.    A Radice sand grain briar estate pipe, the sitter, with sandblasted finish, the long shank with short tapered hand cut double spot stem, marked to underside £50-70
314.    A Wiley free hand briar estate pipe, the square form bowl, with engraved panels to the smooth finish, impressed to underside Wiley handmade 3J USA, with hand cut stem £60-80
315.    A Radice large briar estate pipe, no.66, of straight shape, with smooth mixed grain, hand cut double spot stem £50-70
316.    A Cellini briar and bamboo estate pipe, the straight pipe with ovoid bowl with slight engraved design, having a bamboo stem marked Cellini Original, and short white dot marked stem £60-100
317.    A Cellini briar hand made estate pipe, the sitter, the straight grain with hand cut stem marked to shank in script, marked Italy to other side £70-100
318.    W Ø Larsen Super Tan briar estate pipe, the sandblasted straight pipe, marked to underside hand made and designed No.40, with tapered cut stem £40-60
319.    A Fischer Buffalo free hand carved briar estate pipe, the large smooth bowl and shank, with carved panels, hand cut stem £60-80
320.    A Stanwell Jubilee 1942-1982 briar estate pipe, the apple shaped bowl with curved stem, birds eye grain, marked to side of shank and numbered 27, with logo marked stem £40-60
321.    A Zetterwig free hand briar estate pipe, the sandblasted ovoid bowl and tapered shank, with grey stem, marked to underside Zetterwig Copenhagen, hand Made Danmark £70-100
322.    A Karl Erik hand made briar estate pipe, the smooth finish with carved panels, hand cut stem, marked to underside Karl Erik in script, and capital 'A' £50-80
323.    A Bari Wiking hand made briar sitter estate pipe, with sandblasted and smooth finish, stamped to shank, no.7095, with named stem £60-80
324.    A Savinelli Autograph briar estate pipe, No. 6, of straight shape with sandblasted and straight grain panel, marked to underside with twist carved straight stem £60-80
325.    A Manuel Shaabi briar estate pipe, of half bent shape with straight grain, marked to side of shank, with stamped name and facsimile signature (mouse), with curved stem £200-300
326.    A Pierluigi briar pipe, the rusticated and smooth finish shank, with chromed collar, hand cut stem, the underside marked Fatta A Mano Per I Miei Amici no. 141 £70-90
327.    A Søren hand carved briar estate pipe, the straight grain with sandblasted panel and rim, hand stem, in sleeve £50-70
328.    A large Karl Erik briar hand made pipe, the straight grain with sandblasted rims, marked to underside, logo marked stem £60-80
329.    A Neerup hand made no.14 briar estate pipe, the sandblasted bowl, with polished panels, marked to underside, with hand cut stem, possibly a replacement, in red sleeve £50-80
330.    A Savinelli no.4 Autograph briar estate pipe, the sandblasted sitter, marked and to underside, logo to stem £50-70
331.    A Kaj Nielson Danish briar estate pipe, the sitter, smooth finish with a mixed grain, marked to underside, matching stem with silver dot logo £60-80
332.    A Robert Vacher Laughingmoon briar estate pipe, the oval sandblasted bowl, with hand carved shank, marked with logo to underside, simulated mother of pearl stem £50-80
333.    A rare JHW Weinberger briar estate pipe, the simple smooth bowl with sandblasted top and slightly curved stem, stamped to shank JHW £100-150
334.    A rare Ehrlich briar estate pipe, of square shaped bowl, with mix grain, and curved stem, stamped to shank £100-150
335.    A fine Preben Holm briar estate pipe, with sandblasted bowl, horn shank, marked briar Copenhagen Denmark, and bearing the circled number 1, with hand cut stem £100-150
336.    A Gasparini Cobra briar estate pipe, the smooth curved bowl and shank, with logo marked stem £60-80
337.    A Savinelli Punto Oro briar estate pipe, the sitter with sandblasted finish to the circular bowl and straight shank, marked to underside with stamp and logo, no.121 EX Italy, bearing gold dot to stem £70-100
338.    A fine Preben Holm briar estate pipe, the sitter with hand cut sandblasted finish, oval bowl, with angled shank, marked Copenhagen Denmark, number 1 within a circle £100-150
339.    A Savinelli Autograph briar estate pipe, the curved sitter, with smooth finish, marked No.5, with curved logo marked stem £70-100
340.    A Poul Winsløw briar estate pipe, hand carved sitter with sandblasted finish, and hand cut stem £50-80
341.    A Harcourt briar Danish estate pipe, the free hand sitter, with straight grain, rusticated rim, stamped to shank with letter C, hand cut vulcanite stem £50-80
342.    A Danish briar estate pipe, of mixed grain, the straight Liverpool style with angled bowl marked to shank Denmark 14, and acrylic stem £40-60
343.    A Preben Holm briar estate pipe, the hand made sitter, cushion shaped bowl, straight shank, marked to underside with circle no.1, logo marked vulcanite hand cut stem £50-80
344.    A Robert Threeton briar estate pipe, the hand carved sitter curved shaped bowl, mixed grain, stamped to shank and marked 128, hand cut Vulcanite stem £60-80
345.    A Savinelli no.3 Autograph briar estate pipe, the straight grain bowl with sandblasted shank, bearing facsimile signature to vulcanite hand cut stem £50-80
346.    A Savinelli Punto Oro briar estate pipe, no. 812, the billiard shape, with sandblasted bowl and oval stem, and white dot marked stem £50-80
347.    A Sven Lar briar estate pipe by Michael Kabik, the free hand with mixed grain, with rusticated panels, bulbous bowl shaped shank, marked with letter B, hand cut vulcanite stem £80-120
348.    A Søren hand carved briar estate pipe, the mixed grain with carved leaf design, rusticated rim, angled shank, with hand cut stem £40-60
349.    A Karl Erik Ottendahl unsmoked briar pipe, apple shaped cherry mixed grain, with blonde coloured collar, stamped to shank, with stamped stem £70-100
350.    A Savinelli Punto Oro briar estate pipe, the rusticated bent shaped bowl and shank, stamped 614, with curved vulcanite stem £60-80
351.    A fine La Savinelli Gubileo D'oro briar estate pipe, the flared bowl and straight shank, with straight grain, marked Fiammata, no.914, with three dot logo to stem £100-200
352.    An R.L.Lafond briar estate pipe, the free hand carved sitter, with octagonal bowl, plastic stamped shaped stem £30-50
353.    A Gasparini Sunshine briar estate pipe, the straight grain with sandblasted rim, the shank stamped Briar Extra, Fatta a Mano, Sunshine with chromed M logo marked stem £50-70
354.    A Savinelli Autograph No.2 briar estate pipe, the sandblasted sitter billiard shape, with silver band to end of shank marked Sterling, with vulcanite stem £80-100
355.    An America National Washington DC imported briar estate pipe, of curved shape with an octagonal bowl, tapered shank and stem £40-60
356.    A L'Anatra Dalle Uova d'Oro briar estate pipe, the rusticated bowl and oval straight stem, with silver collar and tapered stem surmounted by a goose head in silver £100-200
357.    A Savinelli Punto Oro briar Mister G briar estate pipe, the sandblasted curved bowl, with brass bands to shank marked 603 Italy, curved stem with single dot logo £50-70
358.    An Edward's free hand Algerian briar estate pipe, the straight grain with engraved design, flared shank and hand cut stem, marked Edwards's Algerian Briar, EF1 £40-60
359.    A Bjarne sitter briar estate pipe, the straight grain, with free hand flared bowl, marked to base of shank, with curved logo stem £50-70
360.    A Pipa Croci briar estate pipe, the sitter with straight grain with a large oval bowl, 'Quality Street' Fatta A Mano, Mantova-Italia, cut logo marked stem, the bowl signed Croci Paolo £80-100
361.    A Stanwell De Luxe, briar estate pipe, the free hand shape with straight grain, rusticated rim and edge to shank, hand cut stem (possibly replaced) £40-60
362.    A Cesare Barontini Livorno, briar estate pipe, of curved shape, with rusticated bowl, with tapered top, marked shank, brass band and acrylic collar, curved logo marked stem, boxed with sleeve £50-70
363.    A K & P Peterson briar estate pipe, the apple bowl with chromed collar, marked made in The Republic of Ireland, with cut dentil stem, boxed stating Standard System 'Smooth' £60-80
364.    A Refbjerg briar estate pipe, the apple shaped bowl and stem, flame grain, and hand cut logo marked stem, cased with sleeve £60-80
365.    A Daniel Jud briar estate pipe, the sandblasted bowl with rusticated rim, curved stem, marked to shank 0403, cased £30-40
366.    A Picta 'Vincent Van Gogh' Per Aspera Ad Astra, Ser Jacopo made briar estate pipe, the sandblasted bowl, with straight shank, silver collar to stem, bowl with silver plug, marked to shank 08 £80-120
367.    A Swinks briar free hand briar estate pipe, the shaped big chunky sitter, with acrylic hand cut stem, marked to underside of bowl £50-70
368.    A Radice Silk Cut briar estate pipe, the sandblasted bowl with simulated bamboo shank and tapered stem, marked with double dot logo £60-80
369.    A Celius Root, Bishop briar estate pipe, the flared bowl with rusticated rim, hand cut stem £80-120
370.    A Radice Rind briar estate pipe by Huber München, the curved design with sandblasted finish, the shank marked to underside, the stem with inlaid collar of box and satin wood with a double dot logo marked stem £60-80
371.    A W. Ø. Larsen Special briar estate pipe, the flame grain with sandblasted top and rim to the bowl, curved shank and stem £40-60
372.    A Vacher briar estate pipe, the sandblasted bowl and tapered shank with white collar, and curved stem, marked to underside in script, 20-03 £40-60
373.    A JHW free hand briar estate pipe, the square shaped sitter, with straight grain, rusticated rim, initials to shank, and hand cut stem £30-50
374.    A L'de Butz Choquin briar estate pipe, the small churchman style with cherry bowl, marked to shank St Claude - France, with box and sleeve £20-30
375.    A Savinelli briar estate pipe, the autograph No.5, straight grain, with rusticated rim, twisted shank, and logo marked stem £50-80
376.    A Stanwell briar estate pipe, the 'Queen' with smooth straight grain, sandblasted rim, marked to shank no.GR61, logo to stem £40-60
377.    The Tinder Box briar estate pipe, Exotica' the straight shape with small sandblasted bowl, straight shank and stem, marked to underside £20-30
378.    A Radice Bark estate briar pipe, retailed through Schilde Essen, the rusticated all over straight shape with silver collar, stem with double dot logo £50-80
379.    A Gasparini M.G.M briar free hand estate pipe, the straight grain with rusticated rim, the bowl marked 'Briar 1920' with logos and hand cut stem £50-80
380.    A Rinaldo briar estate pipe, marked Triade YYYY Titania, Briar line 5, with apple bowl, mixed grain, cylindrical shank and tapered stem logo marked to underside £50-70
381.    A large Wiley free hand briar estate pipe, the straight grain with three etched feathers, to the wedge shaped bowl, marked to shank, having hand cut acrylic stem £60-90
382.    A Savinelli Autograph briar estate pipe, of pick axe shape, with white/gold acrylic collar and hand cut logo marked stem £80-120
383.    An R.V.Wiley estate briar pipe, the rusticated bowl and shank, marked R.V.W Handmade £40-60
384.    An Amorelli, Roccella briar estate pipe, the rusticated sitter, with 18K marked band to shank and stem, stamped to underside £60-80
385.    A Celius Root, Bishop briar estate pipe, the sitter marked 20, with a straight grain, sandblasted rim, marked to underside, with hand cut stem £80-120
386.    A Frank Augsburger briar estate pipe, the sandblasted axe head free hand, with polished underside, marked to side Augsburger USA, with hand cut stem £60-80
387.    R. Bijou estate briar pipe, the straight grain, of axe head shape, with colourless acrylic stem £40-60
388.    A Savinelli Autograph briar estate pipe, no.5, the sandblasted sitter, stamped to shank, with non logo stem £50-80
389.    A Swinks briar free hand briar estate pipe, the straight grain sitter, with rusticated rim, marked to shank Swinks, with marbled acrylic stem £60-80
390.    A Søren hand carved briar estate pipe, the free hand sitter, with straight grain, stamped 03 to shank with hand cut stem £50-80
391.    A William Craig briar estate pipe, of pickaxe form, the flattened bowl, with inverted neck and flared shank, hand cut stem, marked with numbers 2B2 £60-80
392.    A Harcourt briar Danish estate pipe, the straight grain freehand, having sandblasted base, marked to underside with a B and stamped, with hand cut stem £40-60
393.    A Refbjerg briar estate pipe, stamped 'OLD' of mixed grain, the bowl with angled cut rim, cylindrical shank and hand cut stem £40-60
394.    A Vallberg briar estate pipe, stamped 'Old Briar' 'Gerharz' free hand, with bulbous and bent stem £60-80
395.    A Zetterwig briar estate pipe, the free hand with a flame grain, rusticated rim and hand cut logo marked stem £70-90
396.    A Rungsted Seafarer briar estate pipe, the sitter with straight grain, and flared shank, hand cut logo marked stem £60-80
397.    A Refbjerg briar estate pipe, the hand carved straight grain with oval bowl, and hand cut stem, the briar in a matt finish £40-60
398.    A Manuel Shaabi briar estate pipe, the apple shaped bowl with a mixed grain and a hand cut stem, marked to underside of shank with mouse logo and stamp £150-200
399.    A Poul Winslow briar estate pipe, the hand carved sitter with straight grain, volcano shaped bowl and marbleised stem, marked to underside with impressed mark and the letter D £60-80
400.    An Il Ceppo briar estate pipe, the sandblasted bowl and shank with white metal collar, marked collar and tapered logo marked stem £40-60
401.    A Sandor Herskovitz briar estate pipe, the free hand carved sitter, having a flame grain, with a rusticated rim and curved stem, marked to underside with signature 'Sandor' £50-80
402.    A Tsuge briar estate pipe, the Triangle 601, with flame grain, straight shank and stem £50-80
403.    A Sven Lar briar estate pipe by Michael Kabik, stamped 'Sculpture' to the shank, the free hand of axe shape with a straight grain and worked decorated rim, hand cut stem £70-90
404.    A Knute of Denmark briar free hand estate pipe, the straight grain with rusticated rim and end of shank, marked to underside with hand cut logo £40-60
405.    A Savinelli Autograph no.4, briar estate pipe, the half and half decorated pipe, half rusticated and straight grain, with a hand cut logo marked stem £50-80
406.    A Knute of Denmark briar free hand estate pipe, the free hand sitter, with a straight grain, and rusticated rim, marked to shank, hand cut stem £40-60
407.    A Refbjerg briar estate pipe, the curved straight grain, with a high tapered bowl, and logo marked shank, marked to shank, with box and sleeve £40-60
408.    A Comoy's Grand Slam estate pipe, titled Blazon, No 62, the sitter with line design, logo marked stem, cased £20-40
409.    A Vauen unsmoked briar pipe, the Bulldog with a rustic lower section, having a silver panel engraved 'Jahre 5 Pipe & Cigar', No. 434 0318, logo white dot marked to stem, with box and sleeve £80-120
410.    A L'Anatra Dalle Uova d'Oro briar unsmoked pipe, the sitter with a straight grain, octagonal bowl, with stamped mark of two eggs to shank, the curved stem surmounted with a ducks head, sleeve and card box £100-120
411.    A Pipa Croci Artistica Calumet unsmoked briar pipe, the Grand Camino, oversized sitter, in three sections, bowl, stem and mouth piece, marked to bottom of shank, and logo marked stem, with sleeve £150-250
412.    An Ashton 'Pebble Shell' Magnum briar unsmoked pipe, Oom Paul shaped sitter, marked to underside bearing Patent numbers, with two curved stems, both marked with dots, together with a hand written letter from Bill Ashton a previous owner hoping he enjoys the new stem, with sleeve and box £800-1000
413.    A Savinelli 'Year 2000' briar estate pipe, the sitter, having a hexagonal bowl, with sandblasted finish, marked to underside, with an acrylic wooden veneered stem, with sleeve and box £100-120
414.    A Refbjerg briar estate pipe, the 'Straight Grain Profile', of bent shape, with a two tone coloured logo marked stem, with box and sleeve £50-70
415.    A Pierluigi briar estate pipe, the rusticated bowl, lightly smoked with a white metal collar, simulated amber style acrylic stem, marked Fatta A Mano, Per I Miei Amici, with sleeve and box £60-80
416.    An Ascorti briar estate pipe, the rusticated bowl, bent shape, titled Business, with curved logo marked stem, with sleeve and box £30-50
417.    A Tsuge briar estate pipe, titled Asakusa no.510, with flame birds eye mixed grain, hand cut logo marked stem, with sleeve and box £80-120
418.    A Castleford unsmoked briar pipe, the sandblasted curved shape pipe, with logo marked stem, boxed £30-50
419.    A Viking Classic bent shaped pipe, the rusticated bowl, with white metal band, stamped Hand Made in Denmark with logo marked stem £40-60
420.    A Karl Erik unsmoked briar pipe, the smooth flame grain, with hand cut logo marked stem, marked to underside of shank, with cardboard box £40-60
421.    A small collection of novelty pipes, including a briar torpedo example stamped L'Atl Antide, a vulcanite pistol with briar bowl, three miniature clays, three miniature briars and three others (13) £50-80
422.    A large collection of clay pipes, including four modelled with footballs and boots, a tole ware cased example with leaf moulded design and others (parcel) £60-80
423.    A collection of mostly German porcelain pipes, the bowls with various transfer printed scenes depicting deer, mountaineer, tavern, also some with moulded stoneware examples depicting deer etc (parcel) £80-120
424.    Six interesting white clay pipes, all with decorative bowls, including Crystal Palace of large size with restoration to the stem, a coloured Royal Marine example, another with an Irish harp, and three others (6) £50-80
425.    A Butz-Choquin briar estate pipe, with rusticated bowl and acrylic mouth piece, marked to stem A Metz Origine, together with a quantity of other estate pipes (parcel) £50-100
426.    A collection of various continental carved figural pipes, with novelty comical faces and stems (parcel) £20-30
427.    Two Jacob clay pipes, modelled as Turkish gentlemen with large white beards and coloured turbans bearing the motto 'Je Suis le Vrai Jacob' (2) £40-60
428.    A collection of ethnographical pipes, including two opium examples etc (parcel) £50-80
429.    An interesting Highness Rustic London made pipe, the Algerian briar bowl on a Whangee bamboo stem, cased with pasted leaflet stating this pipe was for the 'Modern Man', Reg Design no. dating to 1956 £40-60
430.    An interesting shell pipe, possibly given by Stanley Baldwin. Together with a letter from 69, Eaton Square dated 18th January 1939 acknowledging the gifting of a pipe by Lord Baldwin of Bewdley. £150-250
431.    A Dunhill vulcanite travelling cigarette holder, of ovoid shape, with screw off centre, marked to outer with white dot and logo, also another holder with a sprung ejector, and another Dunhill cigarette holder with a briar body and vulcanite stem, having silver plate ejector, all white dot and logo marked, also four cigar holders (7) £60-80
432.    A silver miniature cased telescopic cheroot holder, the engine turned case with hinged lid, the three conical sections with bone mouth piece, also in the lot a cased George V cheroot holder with bale for fob, Chester 1915, and a Sterling marked example (4) £80-120
433.    An Edwardian novelty cigarette, cheroot and cigar holder, modelled as a billiard set, the three meerschaum balls, two white, one red with graduated bowls and an ivory stem mouth piece, all in a triangular fitted case £120-180
434.    A 19th century Japanese ivory cheroot holder, with engraved design of a lion, in an unmatched box, also a Karlsbad cheroot holder, and a horn example cased, longest 8 cm (3) £60-80
435.    An Edward VII silver and mother of pearl tapered cheroot holder, cased, dated Birmingham 1909 together with another similar (2) £40-60
436.    A 19th century cased meerschaum cheroot holder, the curved body decorated with a cherub feeding a lion with white metal collar and amber mouthpiece together with a similar cased cheroot holder decorated with prancing horses (2) £60-80
437.    Three meerschaum estate pipes, in cardboard boxes, also in the lot a small collection of loose examples, including a Kilimanjaro, straight shape, a bamboo cased example, a meerschaum textured bowl with a simulated amber stem and others (11) £60-80
438.    A collection of meerschaum estate pipes, some carved with grape and vine, floral design, another of a hand, one with silver plated collar, a lion carved example (8) £60-80
439.    Five carved meerschaum pipes, all carved with faces, including a cavalier, and Middle Eastern gentleman (5) £50-80
440.    A pair of unsmoked meerschaum carved pipes, one carved with a mermaid, the other of a nymph emerging from foliage, both cased (4) £50-70
441.    Two sitter meerschaum pipes, carved as Bacchus with a surround of grape and vine, sitter, also a Satyr, both cased (2) £50-70
442.    Three unsmoked meerschaum pipes, including a commemorative George Washington 1776-1976, cased, a Sherlock Holmes example, the carved face wearing his deer stalker, and another of a Persian gentleman (6) £60-80
443.    A novelty cased meerschaum carved pipe, modelled as a wolf head with cherry amber stem in fitted Paris leather and velvet case, 15 cm long (2) £500-700
444.    Two antique meerschaum pipes, both of bent shape with silver plated collars together with a large modern example with carved head of a Turk and another with carved bowl of young girl (4) £60-80
445.    Three meerschaum carved cheroot holders, two carved with pugs, another of a spaniel, each having an amber stem, together with a carved wooden example with dog carving and horn stem and mouth piece, largest 13.5 cm, smallest 10 cm (4) £50-80
446.    Two carved meerschaum cheroot holders, the bowls carved with young female heads, one with amber stem the other with simulated amber stem, together with two other carved head meerschaum pipe bowls both of Turkish gentlemen, largest 10 cm (4) £50-80
447.    Two carved meerschaum pipe bowls, both bowls carved with claws and eggs, one with curved amber stem and mouthpiece, together with a similar cheroot holder, with amber stem, largest 10.5 cm and smallest 8.6 cm (3) £30-50
448.    A silver topped and silver collared meerschaum cheroot holder, carved as an eagles claw with amber mouth piece, cased, together with three similar examples both cased largest 9.5 cm long (3) £60-80
449.    Three equestrian carved meerschaum cheroot holders, each with amber mouth piece and cased, largest 10.5 cm (3) £60-80
450.    Four meerschaum bent shaped cheroot holders, one with carved monogram, all with amber stems, and cased (4) £50-80
451.    Two carved meerschaum cheroot holders, modelled as naturalist thorn branches, in Vienna cases (2) £40-60
452.    A cased meerschaum companion set, comprising pipe, cigarette and cheroot holder in an Echt Bernstein box, together with a cased cheroot pipe 11 cm (2) £60-100
453.    Six meerschaum and amber cigar holders, four with silver collars dating Birmingham 1899 and Chester 1914, all cased (6) £100-150
454.    An interesting meerschaum cheroot holder, carved with toadstool/mushroom on a naturalistic base with amber stem, cased 13 cm, also another with a carved dog, the burner and mouthpiece missing, and a carved meerschaum and amber example of a hand holding a cup 8 cm (3) £50-80
455.    Four meerschaum cigar and cheroot holders, all having tapered stems and amber mouthpieces, largest 10 cm smallest 7 cm all cased (4) £40-60
456.    A collection of modern and antique meerschaum pipes, comprising a modern example carved with a horse, a cheroot carved with a young female head in case, a leather cased example, two decorated with thorns, a carved female leg in a leather case and others (parcel) £50-80
457.    Three meerschaum pipe bowls with white metal mounts, two with carved lobed design, with wooden and horn stems one with antler mount decoration, together with two smaller examples largest 36 cm & smallest 18.5 cm (6) £80-120
458.    A collection of six meerschaum pipes, five with carved faces, including one young woman, three of gentleman with beards, a thorny example (cracked) and a Barling bent shaped example with logo marked acrylic mouthpiece, two with amber mouthpieces and silver collars dated Birmingham 1910 & Chester 1892 (6) £100-120
459.    Four cased Meerschaum pipes, each with plain bowls, white metal collars and amber mouth pieces, one box marked Loewe & Co London (4) £60-80
460.    Three meerschaum and amber stemmed cased pipes, one with copper collar, another silver, the other plain together with eight empty meerschaum leather boxes (11) £80-100
461.    Three cased meerschaum pipes, plain bowls, two with silver collars and amber mouth pieces the other bearing label 'Au Nabab J.B. Vingile Brussels' (3) £80-100
462.    A meerschaum and amber cased pipe, with gold collar in fitted case together with a curved meerschaum silver gilt and amber example and a long stemmed church warden style example (3) £100-120
463.    A collection of four meerschaum and silver collared amber mouth piece pipes, all cased, one hallmarked Birmingham 1906 £80-120
464.    Three carved meerschaum pipes, all in cases, comprising a Bacchus head bowl with associated stem and mouthpiece, a leaf and fruit example with amber mouth piece and meerschaum tamper and a collared hand and egg with amber mouth piece (3) £100-150
465.    Three cased meerschaum silver collared pipes, with amber mouth pieces, one of straight form with Birmingham 1905 collar, another with engine turned rim and collar and a bent example (3) £80-100
466.    Three meerschaum pipes, all with white metal collars, two with amber mouthpieces, all plain (3) £40-60
467.    A collection of five meerschaum pipes, with amber stems, three cased, one with ornate silver collar and associated mouthpiece (5) £60-80
468.    A cased meerschaum and amber pipe, brasenose shape together with a similar curved shaped example with amber mouthpiece, cased (2) £50-70
469.    Two cased meerschaum curved pipes, one with silver collar, both having amber stems (2) £60-80
470.    A cased meerschaum pipe, of brasenose shape with ornate gilt metal collar depicting horses and carriage on amber stem together with two curved meerschaum and amber pipes and a straight example, all cased (4) £80-100
471.    A collection of five cased meerschaum pipes, all with plain bowls and having amber mouth pieces (5) £80-100
472.    A cased meerschaum pipe, the plain bowl with silver hinged lid and collar inscribed Durham University Musical Society and amber stem together with another meerschaum pipe with carved hand and egg bowl and amber stem (2) £80-100
473.    A cased meerschaum and vulcanite pipe, the plain meerschaum bowl having hand cut fitted stem with white metal miniature vesta case with strike with engraved monogram SB £60-80
474.    A collection of Continental porcelain pipes, the bowls with various transfer printed scenes depicting deer, mountaineer, tavern etc (parcel) £50-100
475.    A signed 18th Century Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as a seated man with a rat trap, signed to underside with two character marks, Seiko, 3.5 cm high x 4.7 cm £250-400
476.    A 19th Century Japanese bone netsuke, modelled as a man with a large hat, shaped as a cicada, 3 cm high x 2.8 cm £50-100
477.    A Meiji period Japanese stained ivory netsuke, modelled as The Bamboo Princess Taketori, Hime and Wood Cutter, signed Hiroharu to base, 5.2 cm high x 2.8 cm £300-500
478.    A Meiji period Japanese signed ivory netsuke, modelled as a Noh theatre dancer with two fans and revolving mask face, signed Keigo, 5.3 cm high x 3.2 cm £150-200
479.    A Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as a horse and groom with an ornate decorative saddle and bridle on a triangular base, unsigned, 3 cm x 3 cm £180-250
480.    A Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as a recumbent dog with curled tail, 5.8 cm x 2 cm £100-150
481.    A signed Meiji period Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as a durama with protruding eyes, and moustache, signed to front and base, Masamoto, 4.7 cm high x 3.2 cm £200-300
482.    A Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as an albino rabbit with red eyes seated upon a mono gotari book of Japanese legends, 2.5 cm high x 3.1 cm £200-300
483.    A late 18th/early 19th Century Japanese signed ivory netsuke, modelled as a duarma with protruding eyes and bearded face, floral decorated body on a very small oval base, signed verso Hiroyuki, 4 cm x 3.5 cm £150-200
484.    A Meiji period Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as a pair of puppies playing on a coolie hat, one in white with black eyes, the other stained black with black eyes, the underside with carved chin straps, reputedly from the Bluth Collection, 2.3 cm high x 5 cm £300-500
485.    A Meiji period Japanese signed ivory netsuke, modelled as a bather within a coopered barrel being attended by a Geisha fanning the flames, signed Kogetsu to base, 4 cm x 3.6 cm £200-300
486.    A Meiji period signed Japanese signed ivory netsuke, modelled as a female noh theatre mask, depicted with smiling face and dimples, signed verso Hiroyuki, 4 cm x 3 cm £150-200
487.    An early 19th Century Japanese Hornbill carved signed netsuke, modelled as a grazing horse, the ovoid shape with tail and mane carved exposing the red casque, with inlaid red eyes, carved feet and nose, signed verso Tomotoda, 5 cm x 3.8 cm £1000-1500
488.    A Meiji period signed Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as a recumbent water buffalo with rope harness signed Tamauyki, 5.4 cm x 2.5 cm £120-180
489.    A Meiji period signed, carved wooden netsuke, modelled as a seated kirin, the long mane from head to tail with flames to body, signed to base Gypkuseki, 5.8 cm high x 2.5 cm £250-350
490.    A Meiji period Japanese ivory carved netsuke, modelled as a seated boy with one hand raised towards his eye, the other hand behind his back holding a Noh theatre mask having a decorative jacket and top, minor damage to base and head, 2.7 cm x 2.6 cm £150-200
491.    A Japanese signed ivory netsuke, modelled as a coiled snake, with metal eyes and protruding stained red tongue, signed to underside Mokikisa, 2.3 cm x 3 cm £150-250
492.    A Meiji period Japanese boxwood carved netsuke, modelled as the dancer Sambaso standing wearing an elongated hat, kimono and fan, 5 cm x 2.3 cm £100-200
493.    A carved Japanese signed ivory netsuke, modelled as a seated monkey, with its hands over its eyes and mouth and legs up covering its ears, signed to base Hideyuki, 4 cm high x 3.3 cm £300-500
494.    An early 19th Century Japanese signed ivory netsuke, modelled as a gentleman with two water pails wearing a coolie hat, signed to front left foot, 5 cm x 4.4 cm £400-600
495.    An early 19th Century boxwood carved netsuke, modelled as a mushroom with two water chestnuts, 3.8 cm x 4 cm £300-500
496.    An early 19th Century Japanese carved stag horn netsuke, modelled as Gama Sennin and toad, the figure standing with staff supporting a large toad on his back, 4.6 cm high x 2.3 cm £500-800
497.    A Meiji period Japanese double gourd porcelain netsuke and snuff bottle, the blue and white mon decoration with metal band to middle and pull off stopper to top, 5.2 cm x 3 cm £150-200
498.    A 19th Century carved wood Japanese netsuke, modelled as a felled log with three rats, one inside the log, two on top, 5.2 cm high x 2.2 cm £200-300
499.    A Meiji period Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as Jurojin seated holding a fan with elongated forehead, 6.6 cm x 2.7 cm £100-150
500.    A Meiji period Japanese signed carved wood netsuke, modelled as a gong with large snail to one side with textured sides and signed Masanao, 2.7 cm high x 3 cm £800-1200
501.    An Edo period Japanese carved wood netsuke, modelled as Shoki guarding the emperor on a triangular base, indistinctly signed to underside, 3.1 cm high x 3.3 cm £800-1200
502.    A Meiji period signed Japanese ivory ryusa netsuke, of circular design with pierced decoration of scrolls, vases, mons etc, signed to front Ogaki Kokusai, 4.1 cm diameter £600-800
503.    A Japanese wood carved netsuke, modelled as a standing Sennin, with hands clasped together at front wearing long robes against an almost skeletal body, 8.2 cm high x 2.5 cm £500-800
504.    A Meiji period Japanese carved bone netsuke, modelled as a fly whisk, the simulated feathers with incised decoration below a tapered ribbed handle, 9.3 cm x 2 cm £100-150
505.    An early 19th Century Chinese jade weight, carved as mushrooms with intertwined stems, polished to base, carved verso, 4.6 cm x 3.8 cm £300-500
506.    A Meiji period Japanese carved and signed wood netsuke, modelled as a pug dog in recumbent pose holding a chord and tassel in its mouth having hard stone red eyes, signed to underside Masanao, 2.5 cm x 4.3 cm £500-800
507.    A Meiji period Japanese wood manju netsuke, of pear shape with relief carving of a monkey seated within foliage, signed indistinctly to one leaf, 7 cm x 6 cm £100-150
508.    A Meiji period Japanese wood carved signed netsuke, modelled as a water rat, with bone inset eyes, carved fangs, and long swept tail, indistinctly signed to base, 2.6 cm x 4.7 cm £180-220
509.    A Meiji period signed Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as a rat surmounting peanuts, indistinctly signed to underside, 3.5 cm x 4.8 cm £120-180
510.    A Meiji period signed Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as a pug dog, seated, indistinctly signed to base, 4.3 cm high x 3.2 cm £120-180
511.    A Victorian rhino horn riding crop, carved as hawthorn branch, with L shaped handle lacking ferrel, some chips and cracking, 69.5cm plus leather whip £600-1000
512.    Myles Birket Foster (1825-1899) watercolour, mother with children and donkey, beside stile in meadow, monogrammed to lower right, mounted in gilt, framed and glazed, image 15 cm x 19.5 cm £200-300
513.    After J M W Turner (1755-1851) Liber Studiorum, two sepia engravings, bathers by waterfall and ruined castle with cattle, monogrammed SKDB lower left, 20 cm x 27 cm (2) £50-100
514.    After David Roberts (1796-1864) a pair of modern lithographs, 'Approach to the fortress of Ibrium Nubia' and 'The Hypenthral Temple at Philae, called the Bed of Pharaoh', 34 cm x 48 cm and 36 cm x 50 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
515.    A large pair of Indonesian batik fabric framed pictures, one depicting figures within a landscape, the other with a pair of exotic birds, 89 cm x 120 cm £100-150
516.    A collection of Hornsea bronte pattern storage jars, coffee cans, preserve pots and covers and a coffee pot (parcel) £50-100
517.    A collection of West German and English pottery, vases and jugs, together with raven head siesta glasses and other items £50-100
518.    A small collection of contemporary pottery, including a Danish stoneware vase, a three division vase, a stoneware decanter with orange wooden stopper and a black basalt vase (parcel) £50-100
519.    A Poole pottery cylindrical lamp base, a Poole pottery shell butter dish, a Bernard Rook stoneware lamp base and other items £50-100
520.    Etienne Bouchardy, French, (1797-1849) student of Gillies-Louis Chretien, engraving, physionotrace, portrait miniature depicting J F Gayon, inscribed Deso. Et Grave par Bouchardy Suct de Chretien, inv. Du physionotrace, Palais Royal, 1782 a Paris, label verso dated 1821, in ebonised and gilt frame, image 7.5 cm x 7.8 cm £400-600
521.    A Moorcroft pottery baluster vase, tube line decorated with plum and leaf design against a blue ground, painted and incised marks to underside, 18 cm high together with an ovoid pomegranate and berry vase with chip to foot, painted and impressed mark to underside, 12 cm high (2) £100-150
522.    Four modern Royal Doulton animal figures, all modelled as horses, comprising Palomino, RDA 31, Shire RDA 26, My First Horse RDA 33 and Shetland Pony RDA 56 £100-150
523.    A late 19th Century pewter and coconut shell tea service, comprising teapot, sugar bowl and cover, milk jug and six tea cups and saucers together with a baluster shaped, footed tea caddy, af to rim and a circular box and cover £120-180
524.    A Royal Doulton style stoneware tyg, with silver plated rim and mounted presentation shield for the Balliol College Sculls 1892-93, awarded to J F N Lawrence 'Holder' together with a silver mounted cut glass decanter and a brass mounted tea caddy £50-100
525.    An Edwardian needlecase and manicure set, in fitted green velvet case, a silver plated canteen of fish eaters and a chromed car mascot or horse trophy, engraved Harriet RA to leg on wooden plinth £50-100
526.    A 19th Century Chinese jade carved panel, of heart design, with pierced floral decoration, 4.2 cm x 5.5 cm £50-100
527.    A 19th Century slate mantel clock, the eight day movement with enamel chapter ring, gilt metal floral pierced hand mount, French drum movement in architectural case, 35 cm x 36 cm, hands missing £50-100
528.    A set of four 19th Century Royal Worcester botanical and insect cabinet plates, with gilded floral studies interspersed with bees and butterflies, having a beaded and gilt rim, impressed factory mark to underside, 22.5 cm diameter £100-150
529.    A pair of 19th Century Samson porcelain coffee cans and saucers, in the New Hall style with pink ribbon and floral design together with a pair of 19th Century Staffordshire spaniels, a pair of Victorian glass vases with green floral design and a walnut domed casket (9) £50-100
530.    A pair of Doulton seriesware Night Watchman mugs, RdNo D4746, 14 cm high (2) £50-100
531.    Paragon Belinda pattern part tea and coffee sets, comprising coffee pot, six coffee cups and eight saucers, sugar bowl and cream jug together with teapot, six tea cups, four saucers and six side plates, milk jug and sugar bowl and cover (39) (af) together with a Royal Doulton Larchmont part dinner service comprising plate settings and bowls for eight, two lidded tureens, sauce boat and stand (38) £50-100
532.    Three watercolour studies, inscribed verso, The Old Shop Front, Dinan France 1874, 21 cm x 25 cm, The Woodburner Arthur Knox c1930, 11 cm x 14.5 cm and a wooded landscape 20 cm x 26.5 cm (3) £50-100
533.    A miniature St Ives stoneware ovoid vase, the blue and green ash glaze with small inverted rim, having fish tail marks to base and impressed seal mark, 7 cm high £50-100
534.    A set of six 19th Century Chinese enamel square dishes, each painted with scenes of figures within landscapes including painters, gardeners, sage on horseback, hunters etc, with painted mark to base, 10 cm square £200-300
535.    An oak tantalus, having three divisions with hobnail cut glass square decanters and circular stoppers, 35 cm x 30 cm £50-100
536.    Wolfgang Weber (b. 1936) Wildlife Impressions Pub. Aves Publications Limited, Douglas IOM 1991, limited edition 324/360 signed to the frontispiece, with cover and original box £100-150
537.    G R Cunningham & Linda Van Sumerian, Van Somerens' Birds II, Pub. Aves Publications Limited, Douglas IOM 1994, limited edition 321/500 signed to the frontispiece, with cover and original box £100-150
538.    A collection of miscellaneous items, to include a white metal and enamel box by Du Barri & Hill of heather, a 19th Century paper flip carved in walnut surmounted with a sailor, a rosewood gavel, 19th Century ivory cane handles, a cameo panel and other items £50-100
539.    A bronze model of male lion, seated on his hind legs with front legs across body to hold staff, 23 cm high, together with a wooden carving of a horses head and a Chinese figure of an ibis in brass (3) £100-150
540.    A carved African head, modelled as a female, 24 cm high £50-100
541.    A 19th Century walnut bezique card case, and counters, cards printed by Goodall of London together with a quantity of other games including tiddlywinks etc £50-100
542.    A quantity of walking sticks and canes, including a white metal topped German example, another with silver collar dated 1918 Egypt, a Swiss example and others (14) £100-150
543.    A 20th Century bronze casting of a Balinese woman, in ceremonial headdress and necklace on a hardwood base, 33 cm high x 23 cm £100-150
544.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware footed bowl, the stylised leaf design heightened in gilt against a blue ground with incised vertical bands, impressed factory mark to base and artist initials for EB, 11 cm high x 24 cm £50-100
545.    A Japanese Taisho period satsuma planter, the rectangular body decorated with a figural landscape with bracket feet and splayed rim, 17 cm high x 31 cm wide (af) £100-200
546.    A 19th Century Royal Worcester blush ivory twin handled moon flask, with moulded basket design, having applied apple blossom heightened in gilt on naturalistic feet, impressed and printed green factory mark to base, 20 cm high £120-180
547.    Gerhard Cohn Roemers (1900-1965) oil on canvas 'Kandersteg' of a glacial stream by woodland, signed lower left, inscriptions verso, 60.5 cm x 50.5 cm, in painted frame £50-100
548.    William Henry Mander (1850-1922) watercolour of a field house with a shepherd herding his sheep along a country lane, signed to lower right, approx 35 cm x 52 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
549.    After Ronald Ossory Dunlop (1894-1973), oil on canvas, woodland scene, titled Bridge Through Trees, signed to lower right, 43 cm x 31 cm, framed £50-100
550.    A group of four reproduction Russian Revolutionary posters, approx 58 cm x 47 cm (4) £50-100
551.    The Marilyn Monroe jigsaw puzzle, circa 1973, together with a reproduction White Star Line framed poster, 56 cm x 35 cm (2) £50-100
552.    A pair of 19th Century spelter figural candlesticks, modelled as night and day on domed and splayed bases, 38 cm high (2) £100-150
553.    A 19th Century middle eastern bone cane, or camel whip, in cylindrical tapering sections surrounding a metal core, 93 cm £50-100
554.    A Clarice Cliff autumn pattern crocus sugar bowl and jug, together with a Crown Ducal ribbed vase and a Doulton plate (4) £50-100
555.    A pair of woolwork pictures, possibly Nepalese, depicting a gentleman on a yak and another on a horse with dog against mountainous landscapes, framed and glazed, 55 cm x 40 cm £50-100
556.    A pair of 19th Century English school oils on canvas, rural scenes, unsigned, one nocturnal with pub, the other with cattle in pond, framed, 34 cm x 48 cm £100-150
557.    A Royal Copenhagen hexagonal blue and white coffee pot, in the Meissen onion pattern together with matching milk jug, saucer and small dish (5) £50-100
558.    A collection of metalware, including a Chinese brass tray with engraved scene of figures within a landscape, a mess WWI shell dinner gong, three brass door knockers, a WWI shell nose fuse converted to an inkwell and other items (parcel) £50-100
559.    Two Indian copper and hardwood circular tray top tables, with figural design to one, the other with script, 58 cm and 56 cm diameters together with a mahogany dressing table mirror with frieze drawer and a mahogany decanter box with London ivorine label for Alfred Dubble & Co makers label £50-100
560.    A Victorian W Watson & Sons two draw telescope, with leather casing and pull out sun shade marked and dated to first draw, extended 93 cm £50-100
561.    Charton, 20th Century, British, watercolours, tropical scenes, three coastal, all with palm trees, one with farmer with oxon in rice field, framed and glazed, 26 cm x 36 cm (4) £50-100
562.    A 19th Century gilt over mantle mirror, having tapered column sides and top with stylised floral corners, 69 cm x 111 cm £100-150
563.    An Indian bronze circular censor, Urli, the temple bowl with inverted rim and neck with bulbous body supported on four tapering feet, 75 cm diameter £150-250
564.    A Chinese famille rose porcelain box and cover, the removable lid decorated with figures within an interior, the base decorated with birds and bats and heightened in gilt, 20 cm x 10 cm £100-150
565.    A Chinese bronze circular dish, with centred pierced square having four character mark verso with sun and moon on a hardwood stand, 17 cm high x 11.5 cm diameter £50-100
566.    A WMF pewter inkstand and pen tray, with stylised floral decoration to corners, marked to back, early mark, together with a pair of Carpenter & West 19th Century ivory mounted opera glasses and a modern seal set £50-100
567.    A George Jones crescent china porcelain biscuit barrel, with silver plated rim and lid, ivory finial, decorated with rose printed garlands, together with a Crown Staffordshire blue and white biscuit barrel with art nouveau floral spray heightened in gilt, a Belleek twin handled vase, Chinese small vase and one other item £50-100
568.    A set of Slaters Improved family scales, together with three sets of balance scales with weights and a preserve pan £100-150
569.    An Edwardian oak smokers bow cabinet with glazed panel doors, to fitted interior with three drawers and pipe rest, 47 cm x 33 cm £50-100
570.    After Desideiro da Settignano (1428-1464) museum ceramic casting of 'Bust of a Little Boy', the original in the United Gallery of Art, USA, 28 cm high £50-100
571.    S Van Abbie, or similar, 1900's etching, of seated barrister with annotations and signed, 33 cm x 20 cm together with a Japanese watercolour of gentleman portrait study, signed 29 cm x 20 cm (2) £50-100
572.    Follower of Gabriele Münter (1877-1962), oil on board 'Die Woodsmen' of a woodland scene in the fauvist style, with brambles and figure in red to the fore, then red undergrowth leads to the rear of the picture with figures making charcoal, signed and dated lower right and titled to a label verso 57 cm x 78.5 cm, in gilt frame £300-500
573.    James H. C. Millar (British act.1884-1903), oil on canvas coastal seascape thought to be off the coast of Perranporth, though the artist is misattributed to the slip mount along with title, signed lower right 67 cm x 98 cm, in heavy gilt frame and glazed, relined £300-500
574.    Five vintage Middle Eastern white metal and silver plated items, including a circular covered box, a bowl, two animals and a circular box and cover (5) £50-100
575.    An 18th Century rectangular needle case, the ivory case inset with two octagonal panels with painted gilt design, cupid to one and hope to the other, 8 cm £50-100
576.    A Chinese bone needle case, with dragon and bird decoration together with an Indian ivory carved elephant and another item (3) £50-100
577.    Five 19th Century ornate carved ivory lace makers stilettos, all with reversible point carved with acanthus leaf and floral bodies, some with geometric pattern and one stained decoration (5) £100-150
578.    A 19th Century ivory turned lace makers tool, with tambour hook, point protector and needle case together with a 19th Century ivory carved needle case with screw off top, a bone lace makers stiletto modelled as a sword with screw off blade to reveal fine needle and another item £100-150
579.    A Royal Doulton lead crystal ewer, six Champagne flutes, a claret jug, and four Wade for W.A. Gilbey Ltd. spirit barrels (12) £50-100
580.    A Carltonware lobster design salad bowl, with matching servers, together with a Royal Doulton cress bowl and colander, plus Poole Pottery, Spode, and more (parcel) £50-100
581.    An electronic rotating Zippo display cabinet, complete with locking door and spare lighting tubes 94 cm H £50-100
582.    Of Royal Interest: A presentation Portmeirion plant pot, botanic garden pattern presented to HRH Princess Margaret on the occasion of her visit in 1992, 17 cm high £50-100
583.    A Royal Copenhagen porcelain circular vase, with painted coastal scene, the reverse with seagull, c1920, with printed and impressed factory marks, 10 cm high £100-150
584.    A pair of miniature Royal Copenhagen bud vases, with apple blossom design, 6.5 cm high together with an ovoid vase with apple blossom and dragonfly decoration and another vase (4) £100-150
585.    Two Royal Copenhagen figures, including one modelled as an imp with broom and trowel, another of a girl with arms raised and a B & G figure of a girl (3) £100-150
586.    Four Royal Copenhagen figures, including Love Refused, Mary Blue, Two Friends and another (4) £100-150
587.    A Royal Worcester figure, Grandmother's Dress, modelled by F G Doughty, together with an Aynsley pill box and other items (6) £50-100
588.    A 19th century English school oil on canvas coastal landscape, signed R.W. Halfnight and dated 1849 lower right 31 cm x 41 cm, in gilt frame £200-300
589.    Hermione David (1886-1970), watercolour and bodycolour figural street scene, signed and titled lower left 30 cm x 37 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
590.    A collection of art reference books, including three on art glass, The Story of Art by E H Gombrich, Art Nouveau by Lorenz and others £50-100
591.    A quantity of coin reference books, including The JJ North Collection of English Silver Coins, various catalogues and price guides (two boxes) £50-100
592.    A collection of militaria and war books, including Ron Flook The Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife and other Commando Knives etc £50-100
593.    A collection of art reference books, and auction catalogues including Art Deco by Michael Robinson and Rosalind Ormiston, Bonhams, Sothebys, Christies catalogues, Millers price guide etc £50-100
594.    Two cased bottles of Moet et Chandon, Brut Imperial Champagne (2) £50-100
595.    A 19th Century North Country oak inlaid and crossbanded long case clock, the eight day movement by R Coutes of Dudley, the white painted arched dial with second subsidiary dial, painted with pastoral scenes, roman numerals, floral spandrels, with turned column hood, broken swan neck pediment, the body with turned columns with satinwood inlay of horses and songbirds against a floral ground, stepped box plinth base, 227 cm high x 64 cm max, dial 50 cm x 35 cm £200-300
596.    Two 19th Century stoneware staddlestones, the tapering bases supporting domed tops, one af, 53 cm diameter (2) £100-150
597.    A 19th Century continental carved ivory figure, modelled as a gentleman standing in period dress, 9.5 cm high together with a continental seal in base metal with Royal Coat of Arms to base, the top with metamorphic classical heads, 6.2 cm high (2) £50-100
598.    A small quantity of miscellaneous smoking items, comprising a French briar Smokarol pipe, a clay mask head pipe, a novelty lighter of heart shape, modern meerschaum pipe and two empty leather cigarette holders (7) £50-100
599.    A continental figural table lamp, modelled as an art nouveau maiden supporting two large branches with frosted glass shades, 75 cm high £50-100
600.    A Meissen floral encrusted inkwell, on stand, decorated with blue and white flowers AF, Meissen marks and impressed marks beneath 14.5 cm dia. x 5 cm H £100-150
601.    An early to mid-20th century copper tea urn, converted for use as a stick stand, with brass loop handle 46 cm H £50-100
602.    An early to mid-20th century oak Smiths mantle clock, together with a chrome mounted tray, an oak barometer/thermometer, and an American Indian brass doorstop (4) £50-100
603.    A collection of vintage wooden tools, including planishing hammers, woodcarving and other mallets, rebate planes, an oilstone and more (parcel) £50-100
604.    A pair of 19th century Staffordshire chimney dogs, with one front leg modelled away, together with a canteen of mother-of-pearl handled cake flatware, plus some loose flatware (parcel) £100-150
605.    A collection of Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery Celtic Harvest, including fruit bowl, sugar bowl, and a pair of large ewers (4) £100-150
606.    An early to mid-20th century Smiths Electric sunburst wall clock, having original electric movement, complete with all burst rays and glass 67 cm W £50-100
607.    An Art Deco style glass female head, with threaded base and long flowing hair, together with a Flaxman Wade Heath pottery trumpet vase, and a Turner stoneware relief moulded jug with classical scene 22 cm H and smaller (3) £50-100
608.    A silver mounted glass hip flask, Sheffield 1918 by James Dixon & Sons 14 cm H £100-150
609.    Roland Knight (1879-1921), pair of oil on canvas salmon fishing pictures 'The Gaff' and 'The Rise', each signed lower left 15.5 cm x 20.5 cm in later gilt frames (2) £200-300
610.    An 18th century oil on panel English Civil war scene, of roundheads meeting cavaliers on the field of battle, unsigned but with previous auction stencil NS135 verso 17 cm x 22.5 cm, in later frame and glazed £400-600
611.    After Meissonier (1815-1891), a limited edition etching from a series of 375 by L. Ruet, signed to the border, image 15 cm x 19 cm, framed and glazed £50-80
612.    An early to mid-20th century beech child's chair, with elm seat surmounted by a horseshoe spindle back 48 cm H £50-100
613.    Denys G. Wells (1881-1973), watercolour, pen & ink London street scene with figures, signed in pencil lower right and dated 1927 with title verso 44 cm x 30.5 cm, framed and glazed; together with a pen & ink of Georgian architecture in Belgravia by the same artist, signed lower right 38.5 cm x 30 cm, framed and glazed (2) [may be subject to Artist Resale Rights] £100-150
614.    A marble mantle clock, the Roman ring dial AF and external escapement mechanism surmount a child on a swing pendulum between two C-scroll columns on plinth base 35.5 cm H £100-150
615.    A Shelley Dainty Blur Rose pattern six setting tea set, comprising six cups and saucers [one cup AF], six side plates, a cake plate, and milk jug [no sugar bowl] (20) £100-150
616.    An Austrian Imperial-Amphora porcelain spill vase, with central column flanked by a pair of lower columns adorned with seated boy figures in Edwardian dress in front of a lower dish, impressed marls to the base 21 cm H £100-150
617.    A pair of Nippon square based baluster vases, with hand painted landscape decoration, and raised gilt decoration 24.5 cm H (2) £50-100
618.    A mixed lot, including a Bohemian/Teutonic lapidary cut red flash trumpet vase, a latte glass ceiling light shade, a faux tortoiseshell box, red glass vase, paperweights and an alabaster parrot 21.5 cm H (7) £50-100
619.    An artist's paint box, complete with paints and brushes, and including two Windsor & Newton Vintage metal boxes with partial original contents (parcel) £50-100
620.    A Ming Dynasty Chinese blue and white stoneware wine ewer, with short spout and four suspension loops, decorated with blue characters 14 cm H £100-150
621.    Carl Milton Jensen (1855-1928), oil on board wooded landscape 'Pathway Through the Pines', signed and dated 1899 lower right, partial Bruun Rasmussen label verso 40.5 cm x 55 cm, in gilt frame £100-150
622.    Einar Parslev (1891-1977), oil on hessian pastoral scene of a tree covered track between fields passing over a bridge, signed dated 1944 in red lower left with pencil notes verso 80 cm x 110 cm, in gilt frame [may be subject to Artist Resale Rights] £100-150
623.    A Braxton picnic set c. 1960, together with an Optima example in wicker basket (2) £50-100
624.    Sarah Westaway (20th/21st century), a pair of pastel on paper nude studies, one initialled lower right 21.5 cm x 6.5 cm, framed and glazed; together with a woodcut, or linocut, portrait of a bearded gentleman 17.5cm x 13.5 cm, framed and glazed (3) £50-100
625.    Four drypoint etchings, two of Dinan in Brittany signed by Louis Whirter and with blindstamp, plus Winchester Cathedral by Dorothy Sweet, and of a young Austrian boy and elderly lady spinning wool by Hubert Von Herkomen 30.5 cm x 22.5 cm and smaller, all framed and glazed (4) £50-100
626.    A large continental leather holdall, with chromed buckles and clasp 70 cm x 32 cm x 40 cm H £50-100
627.    Bruce Campbell, The Bird Paintings of Henry Jones 1976, limited edition 309/500, pub. Folio Fine Editions in protective sleeve 48 cm W, in original packaging £100-150
628.    H.E. Bates, The Duet, pub. Grayson & Grayson 1935, signed and limited edition 87/250 complete with damaged dust cover £50-100
629.    Dryden's Miscellany Vol. I, The First Part of Miscellany Poems Containing a Variety of New Translations of the Ancient Poets: Together with Several Original Poems. By the Most Eminent Hands. Published by Mr Dryden 1716 [Fourth Edition] in brown tooled calfskin spine and boards £200-300
630.    A New Collection of Hymns, Particularly Designed for the Use of the Congregation at the Chapel in Jewry Street, Aldgate, London. Published by the Rev. Mr. W. Aldridge [Second Edition; Revised and Corrected] c. 1776 £50-100
631.    A collection of books, including The London Spectacle 1935 by Feliks Topolski with marginal notes and Introduction by D.B. Wyndham Lewis, Who Once Eats Out of the Tin Bowl by Hans Fallada 1934, Home Grown Vegetables by H.H. Thomas 1927 first edition, The Kaiser Goes The Generals Remain by Theodor Plivier, plus Flowers of the Field and Book of Psalms (6) £50-100
632.    A Spode 'Eden' pattern eight setting dinner service, comprising starter plates, dinner plates, soup bowls, cereal bowls, shallow dishes, cups and saucers, coffee cans and saucers, desert plates, side plates, sauce boat on stand, coffee pot, tea pot, milk jug, sucrier, leaf dish, chamber stick, a pair of vegetable tureens, a pair of serving dishes, a meat plate, a cake stand (102) £100-150
633.    A WMF pewter pin cushion, modelled as an Art Nouveau maiden stood on a pin dish holding a tray with pin cushion aloft 19 cm H; together with a WMF style epergne stand or candlestick [unmarked] 29.5 cm H £120-180
634.    A collection of Bakelite storage jars, for tea, coffee, and sugar; together with a selection of four various Bakelite cigarette boxes (7) £50-100
635.    A Thomas King 19th century ivory mounted thermometer, with glass dome 19 cm H overall £50-100
636.    Somchai Hattakitkosol (Thai 1934-2000), a bronze aquarium ashtray, modelled as an Angel Fish, stamped Somchai to the rim 16 cm H £100-150
637.    A pair of Arts & Crafts copper chambersticks, registered design number 27853, with removable sconces and indistinct maker's mark in the shape of a sun 8cm H; together with a brass bound walnut box, missing interior 22 cm W and a gavel (4) £120-180
638.    Of 1925 British Empire Exhibition interest, held in Wembley, a small collection of metal ware mementoes including a Lipton's Souvenir Caddy, an egg cup and spoon, a miniature tea set, and a pierced dish (8) £50-100
639.    An 18th century English delft plate, decorated in cobalt blue in the bird and peony design, thought to be Bristol or London 23 cm dia. £50-100
640.    Three Doulton vases by Frank Barlow, including a Royal Doulton sleeve vase, and two Doulton Lambeth bottle vases, all AF 32.5 cm H and smaller (3) £100-150
641.    A Francis Pope for Royal Doulton secessionist vase, impressed and incised marks to the base, plus a Mark Marshall Art Nouveau style vase with firing fault of a missing handle though later glazed 31 cm H and smaller (2) £120-180
642.    An Edith Lupton for Doulton paraffin lamp stand, on brass base with Hinks cast iron counterweight, marked to the inside rim 33 cm H £50-100
643.    A William Moorcroft pomegranate pattern fruit bowl, on Tudric pewter footed base c.1920, 20.5 cm dia. x 10 cm H £150-200
644.    Two Doulton Lambeth beakers with silver mounted rims, one with applied Egyptian decoration, London 1894; the other with applied deer hunt and inn scene decoration, London 1896, both AF 12.5 cm H £50-100
645.    Three silver mounted Doulton Lambeth beakers, one by Elisa Simmance with mosaic style decoration to a cracked earth ground, date marks rubbed; the other two a pair with incised floral decoration to a lizard skin effect ground, Birmingham 1897, each 14 cm H £100-150
646.    Three Doulton Lambeth beakers, one marked 1878, including makers Louise Edwards, Louisa Davis, and Elizabeth Fisher, plus a similar unmarked beaker 14 cm H and smaller (4) £120-180
647.    Four Doulton Lambeth beakers, one marked 1878, including makers Emily Dartington, Harriet Hibbert, and Elisa Simmance, one with silver mounts 14 cm H and smaller (4) £120-180
648.    A Carltonware Bryant & May ceramic match striker, a Royal Doulton example, and a Royal Doulton Art Deco style plate (3) £100-150
649.    An Art Nouveau iridescent glass vase, probably Kralik, with green rim and three applied glass prunts 10 cm H £50-100
650.    An Oxo Battle of Britain advertising poster, showing a squadron of aircraft and the legend 'ON A PLANE BY ITSELF, READY & RELIABLE' AF 46.5 cm x 59 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
651.    A Tudric pewter cigarette box, together with two Tudric pewter tankards, and an associated picture frame 38 cm x 30.5 cm (4) £50-100
652.    A Minton moon flask, with applied ring handles, the reserves with hand painted kingfisher diving for quarry to one side, the other with finch and autumn fruit 33 cm H, plus an Art Deco fruit bowl decorated with sprays of flowers 24 cm dia. (2) £100-150
653.    A Victorian walnut mantle clock, with eight day movement striking on coiled rod, the dial and works marked for J. Unghans 56 cm H £50-100
654.    A 19th century Bristol blue glass double ended scent bottle, together with a similar ruby glass example 10 cm L (2) £150-250
655.    A 19th century green glass double ended scent bottle, with white metal screw cap to one end, and flip cap and stopper to the other 13 cm L £100-150
656.    A 20th century cut glass scent bottle, clear with a green flash and white metal mounts 10 cm H, a small purple flash example 6.5 cm H, and a small blue flash example with brass collar [missing stopper]4 cm H (3) £100-150
657.    An belle époque clear glass scent bottle, the silver and enamel top with spider in a web, Birmingham 1913 by Robert Pringle & Sons 9 cm H £100-150
658.    A group of four Victorian and later glass scent bottles, one with silver lid, Birrmingham 1899, plus two gilt examples 12 cm H and smaller (4) £50-100
659.    Three ceramic scent bottles, one possibly continental as a begging dog with white metal collar 7 cm H, one as an acorn and oak leaves, the silver cap marked Birmingham 1920 by Schindler & Co. 6 cm H, and a jasperware example with silver lid marked Birmingham 1890 by Charles May AF 8.5 cm H (3) £100-150
660.    Three glass scent bottles, one in bright green and with white metal lid AF 14 cm H, one of flattened cut glass c. 1920 11 cm H, and the other of cut clear glass with red flash and red enamelled lid with tassel 8.5 cm L (3) £50-100
661.    A silver heart shaped scent bottle, embossed with the heads of winged angels, opening to reveal a heart shaped green glass bottle and stopper, Birmingham 1899; plus a conical silver scent bottle with bamboo decoration, a silver needle case AF, and three thimbles (5) £120-180
662.    A small collection of novelty scent bottles, in materials including glass, ceramic, mother-of-pearl, and enamel (8) £50-100
663.    A Chinese porcelain snuff bottles, with relief 'Hundred Boys' decoration, seal marks to the base 7 cm H £50-100
664.    Three Chinese glass snuff bottles, one with reverse painted decoration, together with a carved Jadeite or Nephrite example7.5 cm H and smaller (4) £50-100
665.    Two 19th century silhouettes, one of a Regency gentleman, the other a 19th century lady 12.5 cm H and smaller (2) £50-100
666.    A series of four 18th century English school watercolours, each describing a moment from a steeplechase horse race, unsigned 14.5 cm x 18.5 cm, framed and glazed (4) £300-500
667.    Luigi Kasimir (Austrian 1881-1962), two etching and colour aquatints of the Vienna Opera House, showing the façade [dated 13 May 1954 in the block] and the wings [dated 1 October 1922 in the block], each signed in pencil, plate 47 cm x 40 cm, framed and glazed (2) £250-350
668.    Luigi Kasimir (Austrian 1881-1962), two etching and colour aquatints of continental street scenes, a view of Montmartre Sacre Coeur and a view of Frankfurt in the mid-20th century, each signed in pencil to the margin, plate 44 cm x 33 cm, framed and glazed (2) £200-300
669.    Luigi Kasimir (Austrian 1881-1962), etching and colour aquatint of Cologne harbour [dated 7 May 1934 in the block] with Rheine river barges unloading and steam cruisers, suspension bridge, and Cologne cathedral in the background, signed in pencil to the mount, plate 58 cm x 43 cm, framed and glazed £120-180
670.    Luigi Kasimir (Austrian 1881-1962), etching and colour aquatint of the Middle Tower in the Tower of London [dated 1913 in the block], signed in pencil and titled 'London Tower' to the mount, plate 50.5 cm x 41 cm, framed and glazed £200-300
671.    A pair of mid-20th century pastel portraits, one of a Lieutenant Colonel, the other of his son, both signed by the same artist 56 cm x 43 cm, framed and glazed (2) £100-150
672.    Martin Betzou (1893-1973), watercolour and bodycolour portrait of Baroness Von Watterich, signed and dated 1932 lower left 67.5 cm x 47.5 cm, in gilt frame and glazed [may be subject to Artist Resale Rights] £100-150
673.    An Inuit soapstone carving, depicting an Inuit figure with back pack 23.5 cm H £50-100
674.    A Victorian ceramic naval mess bowl, the number 10 within the royal garter to one third along with compass and naval scene 17 cm dia. x 9 cm H; together with a Victorian Diamond Jubilee commemorative handkerchief 46 cm sq. (2) £50-100
675.    A pair of Staffordshire pen holders, modelled as recumbent greyhounds on deep blue cushions 16.5 cm x 6.5 cm x 12 cm H £100-150
676.    A collection of Staffordshire ceramics, including flatback figures, a spill vase, money box and models (9) £50-100
677.    A Royal Doulton figurine 'The Skater' HN 2117, c. 1952, together with Jemma HN 3168, and a Royal Doulton crackle glaze candlestick 10.5 cm H £50-100
678.    Mark Hopkins (American 20th/21st century), limited edition bronze sculpture bust of a golfer dated '95 and numbered 247/950 20.5 cm H £100-150
679.    A large brown and pale green glass bottle vase, thought to be Isle of Wight though unmarked, together with a smaller glass vase, a green studio glass bowl, and a golden glass segmented vase in the manner of Kaj Franck 28 cm H and smaller (4) £50-100
680.    A collection of Royal Doulton and Royal Worcester ladies, including Invitation HN 2170, Melanie HN 2271, Valerie HN 2107, and an earlier figure c. 1952 of Wendy HN 2109, plus the Worcester figure of January from the Floral Ladies collection 19.5 cm H (5) £50-100
681.    A collection of Portmeirion Botanic Garden ceramics, including a mixing bowl, a rectangular dish, a sleeve vase, a small pot, a storage jar, and a lidded preserve pot, jardinières and more (21) £50-100
682.    A Black Forest carved book trough, with bas relief flowers and berries, slide mechanism and brass hinges 38.5 cm L; together with a pair of half-round wooden wall brackets 27.5 cm H (3) £50-100
683.    A Meissen cup and saucer, with relief moulded polychrome leaf and vine decoration, each marked to the base, a six setting Staffordshire porcelain tea set, and a Chinese porcelain blue and white ginger jar and cover in the cracked ice and prunus blossom decoration 20 cm H (16) £50-100
684.    Llana Richardson (20th/21st century), two limited edition colour lithographs of Mediterranean subjects, entitled 'Paros Afternoon' 2/185 and 'Siesta' 44/185, each 33 cm x 25.5 cm (2) £100-150
685.    Joseph W. Winkelman (American b. 1941), limited edition etching in muted tones of a Cotswold animal feed shelter on the edge of Baywell Wood, simply entitled 'Baywell' 81/150 signed J.W. Winkelman and dated '84 in pencil to the mount; plate 54.5 cm x 38 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
686.    A 19th century British or European school oil on canvas pastoral landscape, with a fence leading into a wood side field under clear blue skies, unsigned 32.5 cm x 41 cm, in gilt frame £50-100
687.    J. Wicks (20th century), an early 20th century oil on canvas study of a recumbent deer hound, signed lower right 31 cm x 41 cm, in oak frame £50-100
688.    Millicent E. Ayrton M.B.E R.C.A. (1913-2000), oil on board industrial painting of the barges entering the famous Victorian Anderton Boat Lift from the Trent & Mersey canal on route to the Weaver navigation, with I.C.I buildings in the background, signed lower left, dated 1986 verso 78.5 cm x 63.5 cm, in stained wood and canvas frame [may be subject to Artist Resale Rights] £280-350
689.    Millicent E. Ayrton M.B.E R.C.A. (1913-2000), oil on board agrarian landscape 'Fields, Dwyrd Valley' signed lower left and with artist's label verso 40.5 cm x 50.5 cm, in varnished wood and canvas frame [may be subject to Artist Resale Rights] £100-150
690.    Henry Charles Fox (1860-1925), watercolour and body colour of horses watering in a woodland ford, geese and cottage to the background 46 cm x 31 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
691.    Gordon Radford (1936-2015), oil on board 'Santa Maria della Salute, Venice', signed lower right and with an inscription verso 45.5 cm x 61 cm, in gilt frame [may be subject to Artist Resale Rights] £300-500
692.    Two 20th century north European school oil on canvas landscapes, each depicting boats on the waterways, one signed G. Stork, the other Th. V. Melsburg, 30 cm x 40 cm approx., in decorative frames (2) £50-100
693.    A triple framed set of 'Bertie Bassett' advertising animation cells, probably used to overlay various artist's backdrops, each 17 cm x 14.5 cm, 37 cm x 67.5 cm overall £50-100
694.    John Merritt (20th century), limited edition print in blue 'Solo Flight', signed titled and numbered 16/50 to the margin, plate 27.5 cm x 28 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
695.    After George Moutard Woodward (1760-1809), colour engraved political caricature 'Anticipation or Taxes as they Will Be!!' showing His Majesty's tax inspectors trying to find contribution from some unlikely places, pub. June 1st 1796 from the Folios of Caricatures lent out for the Evening 33 cm x 46.5 cm, framed and glazed £300-500
696.    Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677), a map of the British Isles c. 1660 with battle ships in the North Sea, and a view of Prague and the Battle of the White Mountain of 1620, comparing the English and Bohemian Civil Wars; sixteen scenes of related historical events surround the map; text in four columns provides a key to the events shown; cut to the plate marks and damaged to the centre 30 cm x 37.5 cm, framed and glazed £200-300
697.    After Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, engraving on laid paper 'Three Heads of Women, One Asleep' signed and dated 1637 within the plate, trimmed to the plate, attached to the mount with plastic tape, some foxing 16 cm x 11.5 cm, framed and glazed; plus coloured marine etching 'The Strathmore Spreading Her Wings', and a print of Rydesdale Hall (3) £100-150
698.    A collection of Dublin associated prints, including the hand coloured engraving 'A Prospect of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin' dated 1753, three James Malton prints dated 1793, and a later print by Robert Harvell & Son 31.5 cm x 43 cm and smaller, framed and glazed (5) £100-150
699.    A Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson Ltd. fruit bowl, decorated with apples, pears, and citrus fruit 9 cm H x 22 cm dia. £100-150