Antiques & Fine Art Auction
Tuesday 5th December 2017 at 10.00

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1.      A serpentine fronted George III style converted knife box, now a stationery tidy, together with two book rests a collection of open desk tidies and other items £50-100
2.      A collection of treen book troughs, and book ends including an Indian carved example, and various others £50-100
3.      An oak three glass collectors cabinet, the panelled doors opening to reveal two adjustable shelves, 51 cm x 34 cm x 58 cm high £50-100
4.      An oak framed collectors cabinet of rectangular form, with three adjustable shelves, 34.5 cm x 24.5 cm x 59.5 cm £50-100
5.      A collection of Barham, Parker, Waterman fountain pens, a leather collar box, a clay pipe, a bakelite lighter in the form of a bullet, a stud box, a collection of harmonicas and other items £50-100
6.      A collection of napkin rings, a silver open faced fob watch, various items of costume jewellery etc £50-100
7.      A cased lady's silver open faced fob watch, with white enamel dial and blue roman numerals, an opera length curb linked silver plated watch chain in fitted case £50-100
8.      A collection of Irish bog oak carvings, including an owl candlestick, a harp shaped photograph frame, Celtic cross together with a Chubb & Sons novelty money bank safe, a Masonic leather pouch and apron, slide rule and other items £50-100
9.      A collection of alabaster book ends, including a pair of Chinese lion dogs, a pair of deco examples with floral sprays and other items £50-100
10.     Two replica Lusitania medals, after Karl Groetz, together with a Royal Life Saving Society Medal in red box, 1915 On War Service lapel badge, a mother of pearl artillery sweetheart brooch and various other military and naval cap badges and a Daily Mail Teddy Tale League enamel badge £50-100
11.     A collection of treen boxes, to include an inlaid example, a carved Indian box, various cigarette boxes, including a Dunhill example (parcel) £50-100
12.     A brass bound walnut writing slope, together with a George III rectangular tea caddy and a 19th Century rosewood stereograph viewer with satinwood interior and bone fittings £50-100
13.     A pair of carved figural studies, Aztec couple, together with a pair of figural carved bookends, a pair of owl carved bookends and other items of treen £50-100
14.     A collection of egg cups, paperweights, Belleek porcelain dish and basket heart etc £50-100
15.     A Beswick model of a Shetland Pony, marked Berwick to foot, together with a Royal Doulton Christmas Morn HN 1992 figure and another figure (3) £50-100
16.     A collection of 19th Century and later ceramics, including a moulded jug, a Portmeirion strawberry vase and other items £50-100
17.     A large collection of sea shells, to include conch, clam, starfish, etc (two boxes) £100-150
18.     A WMF pewter inkwell, having a female reclining reading a letter to top, together with various other desk ornaments and calendars, and a pair of brass griffin bookends etc £100-150
19.     A large collection of crestedware, including Willow, Carltonware, Goss and others to include a model of a Cheddar Cheese with Cheddar crest, a Willow Devil looking over Lincoln with Lincoln crest, Goss milk churn with Winchester crest and various others (two boxes) £100-150
20.     A collection of blue and white china, including bowls, together with an elastoline bear, a carved Black Forest bear and other items £50-100
21.     A ceramic tile, Huntley & Palmers Ginger Nuts, 15.2 cm square £50-100
22.     An oak four drawer stationers cabinet, together with a bagatelle board, table billiard board and various turned treen balls £50-100
23.     A parian figure, after Carrier Beleuse, modelled as classical female with draped robes seated upon a plinth below a full cornucopia of flowing flowers, figure clutching a pair of collared doves one she is embracing, on a circular spreading base, signed A Carrier, 45 cm high £100-200
24.     A modern brass sundial, with roman numerals, together with two modern globes, one in card case £50-100
25.     A Doulton Silicon Lambeth pottery jug, simulating a copper jack with silver collar by Thornhill Bond St London, 1893, 23 cm high £50-100
26.     A four piece silver plated tea set, chamber stick, and other items £50-100
27.     A Nettlefold's brass and steel padlock, with key, together with a 19th Century bronze pestle and mortar, a pair of Jason field glasses, a Winston Churchill matchbox case, green military lamp and other items £50-100
28.     A quantity of miscellaneous treen items, including a nutcracker with hammer, a church offertory box, various tills, caiman head etc £100-150
29.     A late 19th Century stained pine child's sleigh, 47 cm long £50-100
30.     A travelling Jaques & Sons patent London in Status Quo chess board, the mahogany case folding out to reveal a satinwood and rosewood chess board having stained red and ivory push buttons and pieces with bayonet fittings, all housed in a leather book, 24 cm x 15 cm x 7 cm (folded) £300-500
31.     A collection of miscellaneous board games, including a POW ebony and bone twenty eight piece domino set etc £50-100
32.     A collection of vintage exercise equipment and pub games, to include a Grays squash racquet, a leather medicine ball, punch bag, speed ball, skittles and other items £100-150
33.     A large copper twin handled log bin, of cylindrical form, 39 cm high x 46 cm wide max, three helmet shaped coal scuttles and various fire irons together with a wicker log basket £100-150
34.     A 19th Century cut glass bon bon dish and cover, the faceted bowl supported on a waisted double knopped stem and hexagonal spreading foot with splayed and dropped flange rim, lift off domed cover with faceted finial, 32 cm high (af) £50-100
35.     A Russian Alexander II brass medallion, for the abolition of slaves in Poland circa 1864, 5.3 cm x 4.4 cm £100-150
36.     An early 19th Century ormolu bombe shaped mantel clock, in the baroque style with single fusee movement, 21 cm high x 14 cm wide x 7.5 cm deep £600-800
37.     A Schatz & Sohne brass ships bulkhead clock, roman numerals to white enamelled face, 18 cm diameter £100-150
38.     A late 18th Century Bristol tea bowl and saucer, with red anchor mark to base, a miniature Wedgwood basket style Jasperware oval pot pourri, a Mary Gregory style present from hastings beaker and a miniature Sunderland lustre jug £100-150
39.     A collection of crested and commemorative china, including an aeroplane with orange lustre supporting the arms of the university and city of Oxford, two George V mugs, and other items £50-100
40.     A Meiji period bone and embroidered silk fan, decorated with pink and mauve blossoms and three butterflies with carved guards, 22 cm long £50-100
41.     A silver topped cranberry and clear glass vase, London 1914, 20.5 cm high together with a pair of continental bisque figures standing next to nautilus shells, 11 cm high £50-100
42.     An eight day long case clock, oak case, painted dial, roman numerals, two subsidiary dials, dome topped with brass finials, 227 cm high x 47 cm wide x 23 cm deep, no weights £50-100
43.     A Willcox & Gibbs, chain stitch sewing machine, on mahogany plinth base, and replacement needles 32 cm wide £80-120
44.     A 19th Century brass carriage timepiece, four glass with column decorated corners, 16.5 cm to extended handle together with a small beech cased Napoleon hat mantel clock with arabic numerals to white face (2) £60-100
45.     A pair of German WWI gaiters and an English pair, leather, with brass buckles, 34 cm long £50-100
46.     Three pairs of cloisonné vases and stands, the copper bodies all having floral decoration together with a large cloisonné circular pot and cover and a collection of scent bottles including one carved from a walnut shell £100-150
47.     An amber and meerschaum figural cased pipe, modelled as an elegant females head together with two other meerschaum and amber stem pipes, various cufflinks and an enamelled cigarette box £100-120
48.     A Hammersley Victorian Violets tea set, comprising eleven cups, twelve saucers, two biscuit plates and twelve side plates £50-100
49.     A 19th Century English pottery dressing table set, comprising a large water jug, a gazunder and toothbrush box and cover decorated with seabirds within a gold chain and anchor surround £50-100
50.     Copeland Spode Italian Garden cups and saucers, comprising eight cups, seven saucers, six side plates, milk jug and sugar bowl, together with a willow pattern tureen and cover and other items £50-100
51.     A collection of 20th Century ceramics, including a Royal Winton floral decorated candy box, a sweetcorn jug, Royal Winton Queen Anne pattern pottery box and cover, a crinoline pottery lady, a similar crinoline table lamp, a 1930s honey pot and cover, a Burleigh ware dragon vase and other items (two boxes) £100-150
52.     A 19th Century walnut framed hall mirror, of rectangular form, 51 cm x 40 cm £50-100
53.     A late 19th Century, Scottish school, oil on canvas, cottage by stream in highland landscape, signed lower right with artist monogram MT, 29.5 cm x 40 cm, framed £50-100
54.     A Ravencroft barristers wig, and collars, in toleware box £50-100
55.     Four Moroccan bound 18th Century French novels, together with Warne's Pleasure Book for Girls c1930 and two other books £50-100
56.     A part Staffordshire Asiatic pheasant coffee set, and a continental porcelain harlequin coffee set £50-100
57.     A coopered ovoid oak barrel, 54 cm high, containing a BT 8746 G brown telephone and a BBC Hacker Sovereign 2 Radio £50-100
58.     An early 20th Century latte glass vase, hand decorated with floral sprays and borders, 33.5 cm high £50-100
59.     A collection of glassware, including a pair of Murano glass blackamoor figures, one head af, various cranberry vases and bowls, a pair of fish figures and other items £100-150
60.     A collection of miscellaneous items, including a Sidney Tustin for Winchcombe pottery terracotta jug, a Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, a small Poole pottery squat vase, Cross biro, two WWII Bruges commemorative daggers and other items £50-100
61.     A pair of 19th Century Allertons Punch transfer printed plates, depicting Mr and Mrs Punch, their baby and Mr Toad, 14.2 cm diameter together with a Royal Crown Derby old imari dish, a Dartmouth green lustre glug jug, a Coalport cottage incense burner and other items £50-100
62.     A quantity of Beatrix Potter Beswick and Royal Albert figures, including Peter Rabbit, Little Pig Robinson, Foxy Whiskered Gentleman, together with a quantity of Beatrix Potter resin figures, a Wedgwood Peter Rabbit plate and a Royal Doulton baby plate £50-100
63.     A 9 carat gold Gentleman's Rotary wristwatch, in burgundy leatherette case, together with a small quantity of dress studs, buttons and cufflinks £50-100
64.     A quantity of souvenir spoons, silver plated flatware and other items £50-100
65.     A Royal Doulton large Santa Claus character jug, together with a Bells full decanter to commemorate the birth of Prince William of Wales and a Royal Doulton snowy owl decanter with Whyte and Mackay decanter £50-100
66.     Eleven felt Pennants, relating to the Royal Navy during and post WWII to the geographical area of New Zealand and the South Pacific British protectorate Islands, one bearing label for Rea's Pennant Shop Auckland together with a quantity of tins and boxes £50-100
67.     A small collection of first day covers, some loose stamps etc £50-100
68.     Two British Linen Bank pound notes, both 1959 together with a collection of British and world coins £100-150
69.     An early 1900's copper and brass spirit kettle, on tripod stand, with turned ebonised handle, 94 cm high £50-100
70.     Two 1930s canvas covered and beech bound travelling trunks, with various travel labels and brass fixings £50-100
71.     Two Ralph Lauren brass and glass cylindrical candle holders, the lift off glass storm shade supported on brass plinths marked Ralph Lauren, 46 cm and 30 cm high £50-100
72.     A collection of Ralph Lauren Wedgwood Claire pattern dinner service, including tea for two and a Wedgwood Berkshire hunt Ralph Lauren transfer printed meat platter etc £50-100
73.     A collection of Beswick Scotch Whisky owl and bird of prey decanters, all empty (10) £100-150
74.     A pair of Staffordshire spaniels, with separate front legs, a pair of Staffordshire flat back couples of Highland couple standing above sheep and a spill vase depicting seated drummer and companion both with bowls and spoons in their hands £100-150
75.     A set of twelve modern framed Delft tiles, months of the year, each depicting scenes of work during that month in oak frame, total measurement 58 cm x 45 cm £50-100
76.     A Royal Crown Staffordshire Kowloon dressing table set, comprising large vase, ginger jar and cover, ring tray, specimen vase together with a Rangoon pair of spill vases, a green glass decanter and a pair of green glasses £50-100
77.     A limited edition Daniel Swarovski Centrotavola footed bowl by Ettore Sottsass jr. limited edition number 236/250, in fitted box with certificate, 25 cm diameter £300-500
78.     A limited edition Daniel Swarovski small vase by Ettore Sottsass jr. limited edition number 148/500, in fitted box with certificate and another number 152/500 in fitted box with certificate, each 31 cm high (2) £300-500
79.     A limited edition Daniel Swarovski large vase by Ettore Sottsass jr. limited edition number 75/500, in fitted box with certificate, together with another, limited edition number 76/500 in fitted box with certificate, each 33.2 cm high (2) £300-500
80.     An art deco marble and slate mantel clock, the square faced dial with arabic numerals on a D shaped plinth surmounted by a leaping gazelle on a black stepped base, 47 cm x 9 cm x 23.5 cm high £50-100
81.     An art deco clock garniture, the white marble body with rectangular dial and stylised arabic numerals surmounted with a bluebird on a semi circular red marble stepped plinth, with matching garnitures, clock 45 cm x 11 cm x 20 cm high £100-150
82.     An art deco clock garniture, the white front having bowed concave shoulders on a shaped black slate base with matching garnitures, clock 40 cm x 11 cm x 20 cm high £100-150
83.     A large French green marble clock garniture, the circular enamelled dial with floral swags on a stepped body surmounted by an art nouveau maiden titled 'Rose Tremiere' after Barian, with urn garnitures, clock 32 cm x 19 cm deep x 62 cm high £100-150
84.     An art deco spelter table lamp, modelled as a flying sea bird on a rock formation signed Limousin having a spherical blue glass shade, 17 cm x 11 cm deep x 22 cm high £100-150
85.     A French art nouveau stoneware vase, by Denbace, the green mottled ground with a blue drip glaze, signed to base 22 cm high together with a pair of spelter vases surmounted by wing cherubs on red marble bases, 17 cm high (3) £50-100
86.     An art deco eight day clock garniture, the stepped topped marble clock with oval face and stylised arabic numerals with matched marble and slate garnitures, clock 19 cm x 7 cm x 14 cm high £50-100
87.     A pair of stylised fan vases, with green marble bodies with applied slate on four conical feet, 20 cm x 9.5 cm x 16 cm high together with a pair of art deco red marble bookends and a pair of garnitures (6) £50-100
88.     An art deco light marble clock garniture, of architectural form, supported on rectangular plinth bases with matched garnitures, clock 48 cm x 11 cm x 22 cm high £100-150
89.     A gilt metal and glass ceiling lantern, the circular ribbon and bow acanthus leaf mounted top supporting swags and prism drops above a lower tier with pendant, 40 cm high x 26 cm diameter £50-100
90.     A pair of modern Moorcroft ovoid vases, with tube lined decoration of a sleeping prince on a chequered blanket outside a large stone castle, artist initials FS dated 2013, with xylophone, 13.4 cm high (2) £50-100
91.     A modern Moorcroft vase, of ovoid form with tubelined design of lilies and hummingbirds decorated and signed by Paul Hilditch, 64/75, 26 cm high £100-150
92.     A collection of Chinese items, including a blue and white rice bowl and cover, a green stoneware tomb figure of seated elder, an ovoid stoneware vase and four South East Asian Ceramic Society journals £50-100
93.     A Hermes wall barometer, of circular form with leather surround to gilt metal body, arabic numerals, French descriptions for weather instruction, total drop including bale, 21.5 cm, face 17 cm diameter £300-500
94.     A contemporary silver plated mounted horn drinking cup, the naturalistic body with silver plated base and top marked RC 1867, 13 cm high £50-100
95.     An early 19th Century Chinese polychrome oval dish, of lobed form with central panel depicting figures in domestic scene surrounded open vignettes filled with birds within blossoming trees, gilt rim, 21 cm x 16 cm £50-100
96.     A 19th Century Staffordshire toby jug and cover, modelled as seated gentleman with foaming jug of beer and clay pipe, polychrome decoration, tricorn hat with cover, 26 cm high (minor nicks) £50-100
97.     A 19th Century coquilla nut, nutmeg grater carved as an acorn with screw off lid with vegetable ivory rim and steel grater, 8 cm, together with a black forest carved needle case decorated with pansies, 11 cm £50-100
98.     A pair of Minton decorative tiles, each hand painted with scenes of nature, signed A D to lower right together with a pair of Roger Minton Taylor tiles hand painted with a swallow and butterfly signed and dated 1873, by Tywhite Drake, each 15 cm square (4) £50-100
99.     A pair of Noritake art deco porcelain vases, heightened in gilt together with a continental porcelain pill box and cover and four Hummel figures £50-100
100.    A pair of 20th Century cloisonné vases, the floral design against a white ground, 24 cm high £50-100
101.    A Chinese 19th Century jardinière, of ovoid shape, the blue and white decoration with four filled floral cartouches, 20 cm high x 24 cm diameter together with an art nouveau green glazed planter marked Korea to base, 28 cm high x 20 cm diameter (af) £50-100
102.    A framed and glazed 1903 Eastmans calendar print, having three roundels filled with home nation beauties for England, Scotland and Ireland, image size 59 cm x 41 cm together with two reproduction Moet Chandon prints after Alfonse Mucha, each 63.5 cm x 25.5 cm (3) £50-100
103.    Beryl Cook OBE (1926-2008) The Birthday Cake, print with blindstamp, pencil signed lower right, 56 cm x 41 cm together with Tea in the Garden, print, pencil signed lower right, 2003 limited edition of 650 copies, 48 cm x 43 cm (2) £200-300
104.    Beryl Cook OBE (1926-2008) Jiving to Jazz, print with blindstamp, pencil signed lower right from a limited edition series of 650, 51 cm x 48 cm £100-150
105.    Beryl Cook OBE (1926-2008) Shall we Dance?, print with blindstamp, signed lower right, from a limited edition of 650, 56 cm x 40 cm £100-150
106.    Beryl Cook OBE (1926-2008) Ladies who Lunch, print, signed lower right, limited edition of 650, 46 cm x 47 cm £100-150
107.    Beryl Cook OBE (1926-2008) Bus Stop, print with blindstamp, signed lower right, limited edition of 650, 45 cm x 54 cm £100-150
108.    Two items of porcelain by Royal Worcester, including a Blanc de Chine jug and a small blush ivory cabinet plate no.5771 (2) £50-80
109.    A group of seven porcelain and pottery figures, including Royal Doulton Lady Charmian HN1948 and Autumn Breezes HN1934, a Coalport elegant lady, two Crown Staffordshire examples titled The Artful Dodger and Sam Weller, and two other figures possibly by Sitzendorf (7) £60-100
110.    An Aesthetic period Mintons pottery planter, with storks amongst clouds with floral design border, feet repaired, 21.5cm high £50-80
111.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, handle damaged and repaired, AF £50-80
112.    A Victorian Mary Gregory style green glass jug, together with a similar period green glass bottle and stopper (3) £50-80
113.    A pair of Victorian Staffordshire pottery mantle spaniels, one damaged to foot, AF, together with two further examples and a German porcelain poodle (5) £50-80
114.    A large and heavy modern glass vase, 35cm high £50-80
115.    Seven items of Victorian and later porcelain and pottery, including a heavily damaged and repaired Meissen vase, a Japanese Satsuma style bowl, damaged, and other items, AF (7) £50-80
116.    A collection of modern snooker items, including a circular base cue stand, four rests, two sets of balls, four BCE cues, one RLE cue, a Clubman cue, an American pool cue, a scoreboard with light, two framed sets of rules, one Snooker, one English Billiards, and three framed prints (parcel) £80-120
117.    A group of six modern hipflasks £50-80
118.    A Royal Albert Lavender Rose pattern tea set, together with a Royal Vale tea set (parcel) £60-100
119.    A collection of Lladro and Royal Doulton figurines, including a Lladro penguin, swan, pussy cat, girl with swan, young boy with catapult and two Doulton figures, one af £120-150
120.    Ten Hummel figures, some af, including little gardener, the lost sheep, street singer, joyful and others £50-100
121.    A Royal Crown Derby dinner and tea service, Carlton Red (second) setting for six including teapot £100-150
122.    A collection of Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern plates, cups, saucers, sugar bowl and cover, dates ranging from the late 19th Century through to the Edwardian period £100-150
123.    Seven Royal Crown Derby paperweights, compromising Crab (no stopper), pig (no stopper), owl (no stopper), badger (gold stopper but af), toad (gold stopper), quail (gold stopper) and a pussy cat (gold stopper) £120-180
124.    A pair of brass twin branch table lights, the scroll arms supported on fluted column stems, on square bases, 46.5 cm high (2) £50-100
125.    A pair of Volkstadt porcelain figures, modelled seated upon a pair of baskets, 13 cm wide x 12 cm high together with another pair of Volkstadt figurines of a standing dandy and his companion, 14 cm high £50-100
126.    A collection of modern glass paperweights, including a blue glass flashed scent bottle and stopper, a pair of Langham glass candlesticks and other items £50-100
127.    A Royal Winton chintz pattern breakfast tray, the hexagonal plate with teapot, sugar bowl, milk jug, tea cup and toast rack, printed factory marks to base, 26 cm diameter £50-100
128.    A Royal Albert Lavender Rose five place coffee set, with coffee pot, together with a pair of Masons water lily vases, and a collection of Ringtons Ltd blue and white teaware £50-100
129.    A set of Libra scales, with brass trays and weights together with a silver plated egg shaped egg waiter and a cloisonné cup and cover £50-100
130.    A slate mantel clock, of architectural form with white enamel dial, 20 cm wide x 21 cm high together with a chinoiserie style art deco mantel clock, 18 cm wide x 23 cm high (2) £50-100
131.    A pair of Royal Crown Derby cabinet plates, with transfer printed rose central spray with garlands of roses to the turquoise and gilt border, 22.5 cm diameter, another Royal Crown Derby cabinet plate, various other plates, continental cabinet cup and saucer, Wedgwood and other items £50-100
132.    A Japanese Meiji period porcelain vase and cover, the ovoid body with bat moulded handles supported on three naturalistic legs, the body decorated with quails amongst foliage, signed to underside, 19 cm high £50-100
133.    A collection of lace makers patterns, dating from the 19th Century, mostly constructed from velum, of various sizes £100-200
134.    A quantity of bone decorated lace makers bobbins, all with decorative beadwork, all turned bodies, some with stained decoration, others with applied, a quantity and a string of ivory graduated beads £200-300
135.    A quantity of ivory Flemish lace makers bobbins, the turned reel tops on cylindrical polished stems with tear shaped drops together with two fine filling bobbins £200-300
136.    A collection of boxwood and bone lace makers bobbins, all with decorative beads, some named, all decorated, a quantity £200-300
137.    A collection of local plain bobbins, made from cherry wood, olive and others together with a Haywoods 81 Oxford Street lace makers retailers box with printed front piece of a shop and a 1977 Christies South Kensington textile catalogue £100-150
138.    Twenty 19th Century lace makers velum templates £100-150
139.    A 20th Century hardwood carved Japanese netsuke, of a water rat with black glass eyes, signed to base, 6.5 cm £100-150
140.    A Japanese hardwood netsuke, carved as a long eared spaniel with black glass eyes, 5 cm £100-150
141.    A Japanese hardwood netsuke, carved as a ram, black glass eyes, signed to base, 5.5 cm £100-150
142.    A Japanese hardwood netsuke, carved as a wild boar with black glass eyes, signed to base, 8 cm £100-150
143.    Frank Shipsides, signed print, Tower Bridge with blind stamp, 39 cm x 52 cm together with a limited edition Jeremy King print of Clifton suspension bridge 40 cm x 60 cm (2) £100-150
144.    Michael Rummings, 20th Century, pen and ink, Old Kingshill Farm, Nailsea, framed and glazed, 33 cm x 39 cm £50-100
145.    A pair of Edwardian hunting scene prints, after S E Waller, Like Father Like Son and The Huntsmans Wedding in oak art nouveau frames, image size 51 cm x 72 cm (2) £50-100
146.    Kid Acne, 20th Century, mixed media on paper, abstract, signed lower right Kid verso signed by artist with full name, 52 cm x 65 cm £100-150
147.    English School, 19th Century, watercolour, Newlyn, Penzance dated 97, unsigned, 19.5 cm x 32 cm together with similar watercolour unsigned but annotated Port St Mary July 1896, 23 cm x 35 cm (2) £200-300
148.    English School, 19th Century, watercolour, Fishing boat at loch, signed to lower left MH dated 1888, 19 cm x 35 cm £50-100
149.    Alfred Langham, 19th Century, watercolour, village street scene with inn and coach, signed lower right, framed and glazed, 26 cm x 41 cm £50-100
150.    Circle of Jean Baptiste Oadry, 18th Century oil on canvas laid down on board, still life study with puppy and magpie, gilt frame, 58 cm x 67 cm £800-1200
151.    After C Brewnir, pair of prints, countryside river scenes, 31 cm x 45 cm together with a modern oil on board, Mist in the Kennet Valley, 39 cm x 50 cm and a framed set of beer mats (4) £50-100
152.    A large quantity of framed 19th Century prints, one box £50-100
153.    A large quantity of framed 19th Century and later prints, mostly scenes of Winchester, one box £50-100
154.    A large quantity of 19th Century framed prints, one box £50-100
155.    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 £200-300
156.    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 £50-100
157.    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
158.    A mink stole, in light brown, a muskrat 3/4 length coat, a fox hat and a muskrat beret. £50-100
159.    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 £50-100
160.    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
161.    A pair of gilt needlework scissors, chased with flowers, in red Moroccan fitted case, together with a barrel bobbin holder, of plain wood together with a bone thread winder £50-100
162.    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, and 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 £100-150
163.    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, together with 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 £100-150
164.    A 19th century Chinese porcelain octagonal charger, decorated in the willow pattern within a Fitzhugh border 33 cm W £50-100
165.    A long fruitwood and meerschaum pipe, with bamboo effect stem 86.5 cm L, together with a Staffordshire flatback figure of 'The Queen & King of Sardinia', plus a Staffordshire spill vase 'Robin Hood' 38 cm H and smaller £50-100
166.    A 19th century Derby figure, of a gentleman dandy with a basket of flowers on rococo base AF 26.5 cm H £50-100
167.    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) £50-100
168.    A 19th century brocage figure group, as a piper in 18th century dress, possibly Samson, gold anchor mark verso 22.5 cm H £50-100
169.    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
170.    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) £50-100
171.    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) £50-100
172.    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) £50-100
173.    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) £50-100
174.    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) £100-150
175.    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
176.    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) £120-180
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) £50-100
178.    Two Caithness glass limited edition paperweights, plus another two including 'Fireball' and 'Pebble' designs, others include 'Octet' 70/500 and 'Octavia' 22/500 (4) £50-100
179.    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
180.    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 £150-200
181.    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, together with a collection of musical jugs and tankards, decoration subjects include Widdecombe Fair, Killarney, Auld Lang Syne, Long John Silver, and more £100-150
182.    Four ginger jars, including Mason's, Coalport, Spode, and Maling, plus a Maling jug and dish, together with A pair of Chinese gilt wood carvings, as Dongfang Shuo stealing the peaches of immortality AF 45 cm H £50-100
183.    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, together with 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 £100-150
184.    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, together with 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 £50-100
185.    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, together with 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 £50-100
186.    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 £50-100
187.    A pair of Doulton seriesware Night Watchman mugs, RdNo D4746, 14 cm high (2) £50-100
188.    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 £50-100
189.    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 £100-150
190.    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
191.    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 £50-100
192.    A collection of Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery Celtic Harvest, including fruit bowl, sugar bowl, and a pair of large ewers (4) £50-100
193.    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
194.    Tombleson's Panoramic Map of the Thames and Medway, colour lithograph in two parts following the Thames from source to sea, Reading Fine Art Gallery label verso 121 cm x 28.5 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
195.    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) £50-100
196.    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 £50-100
197.    A pair of Nippon square based baluster vases, with hand painted landscape decoration, and raised gilt decoration 24.5 cm H (2) £50-100
198.    A large continental leather holdall, with chromed buckles and clasp 70 cm x 32 cm x 40 cm H £50-100
199.    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, together with 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, plus 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
200.    An Art Nouveau iridescent glass vase, probably Kralik, with green rim and three applied glass prunts 10 cm H, plus A Tudric pewter cigarette box, together with two Tudric pewter tankards, and an associated picture frame 38 cm x 30.5 cm £50-100
201.    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 £50-100
202.    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) £50-100
203.    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) £100-150
204.    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) £120-180
205.    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) £100-150
206.    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 £70-100
207.    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] £50-100
208.    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 £50-100
209.    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) £50-100
210.    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 £300-500
211.    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 £150-250
212.    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 £150-250
213.    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 £200-300
214.    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 £150-250
215.    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 £150-250
216.    A Meiji period Japanese double gourd porcelain netsuke and snuff bottle, A Meiji period Japanese double gourd porcelain netsuke and snuff bottle, £100-150
217.    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 £60-100
218.    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 £700-1000
219.    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 £600-800
220.    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 £180-220
221.    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 £60-100
222.    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 £300-500
223.    Book, Castles of Aberdeenshire by D.Wyllie & Son, 1887, having pen and ink drawings by WM. Taylor £50-100
224.    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 £80-120
225.    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 £200-300
226.    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 £300-500
227.    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 £600-800
228.    A Japanese ivory netsuke, modelled as a recumbent dog with curled tail, 5.8 cm x 2 cm £60-100
229.    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 £300-500
230.    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 £60-100
231.    A group of six Harry Potter books by J K Rowling, comprising The Half Blood Prince 1st Edition hardback, The Order of the Phoenix, hard back, The Philosopher's Stone, Chamber of Secrets, The Prisoner of Azkaban and The Goblet of Fire, all paperback (6) £50-100
232.    Books, Two James bond books by Ian Fleming, comprising On Her Majesty's Secret Service, 1963, First Edition, Fourth Impression, and The Man with the Golden Gun, 1965, First Edition (2) £100-150
233.    Books, Two James Bond books by Ian Fleming, comprising You Only Live Twice, 1964, First Edition by Glidrose Publications Ltd and The Man with the Golden Gun, 1965, Second Impression (2) £100-150
234.    Three James Bond books, Two by Ian Fleming, comprising Diamonds Are Forever, 1956, First Publication, The Man with the Golden Gun, 1965, First Publication, together with Ian Fleming's Master Spy James Bond in License Renewed by John Gardner (3) £100-150
235.    Books, Two James Bond books by Ian Fleming, including The Spy Who Loved Me, 1962, First Publication, and Octopussy and The Living Daylights (2) £100-150
236.    An assortment of ales and liquors, including Taylor's 10 Year Old Tawny Port, a Millennium Celebration Ale by Christopher Columbus Ltd, a 1991 Rugby World Cup red and white wine set, a Guinness Limited Edition Commemorative Brew set and another bottle with no label (parcel) £50-100
237.    A 1998 Chateau Guiraud 1er Cru Sauternes whiskey set, the bottle in original box, having drinking implements, comprising corkscrew/bottle opener etc (parcel) £80-120
238.    A 1993 Moet et Chandon a Epernay bottle of Champagne, Cuvee Dom Perignon, in original sealed cardboard box £100-150
239.    Four bottles of Trinity Hill Chardonnay wine, Hawkes Bay by John Hancock, 2006 (4) £100-200
240.    A case of Fabiano Classico wines, comprising of three bottles, Bardolino, Soave and Valpolicella, all in fitted wooden case £50-100
241.    Four bottles of 1994 Chassagne Montrachet wine, 1er Cru ''Grandes Ruchottes'', harvested and bottled by Bernard Moreau (4) £150-200
242.    Two bottles of Domaine Morey & Fils Chassagne-Montrachet, Les Chenevottres 1er Cru, 1988 (2) £100-150
243.    A bottle of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 1973 Reserve wine, produced and bottled by Robert Mondavi Winery £150-250
244.    A bottle of 1987 Domaine Du Paradis Sancerre wine, together with a bottle of Clos Saint-Georges Graves Superieures Sweet 1987 (2) £100-150
245.    A bottle of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 1974 Reserve wine, produced and bottled by Robert Mondavi Winery £100-150
246.    A pair of Royal Doulton plates, each with bright colours and exotic bird, together with another bright Royal Doulton plate and a pair of Carltonware pottery figural napkin holders (5) £50-80
247.    A group of five Quimper style pottery items, together with an alabaster and inlaid circular plate (6) £50-80
248.    Six Royal Doulton and four Adams pottery plates, including two Don Quixote, a Shakespeare, chipped, The Squire, The Hunting Man and another with a pair of knights on horseback, along with two Adams Cries of London, one Lorna Doone House and one marked First Appearance of Mr Samuel Weller (11) £80-120
249.    A collection of Robinson's Golly related items, including a Silver Crane by J & G Morgan teapot, five pottery Golly figures, a long spoon and a quantity of enamelled badges (parcel) £60-100
250.    A late Victorian Ridgway pottery Imari pattern planter, twin handed on spreading foot, 25cm wide, chip and crack to rim, together with a large Victorian pottery meat dish marked Lace Flower, 45cm (2) £50-80
251.    A Victorian Staffordshire pottery flat back figural group, having a dapper gentleman flanked by two Scottish dancing ladies, repair to his head, crack to reverse, 31cm £50-80
252.    A group of Victorian tortoiseshell and mother of pearl and other items, including a mop teaspoon, three inlaid dressing table backs, a tortoiseshell hand mirror and hair brush back, a damaged spectacles case, two Chinese mop counters, a bead garter, and Art Deco guilloche enamel lighter, bead strand clothing panels and a paste belt buckle (parcel) £50-80
253.    A collection of eighteen Georgian and later spectacles cases, including a good shagreen example, two steel cases, a black papier mache example, two wooden cases, and more, along with a Victorian jewellers oval case, and two leather monocle cases (21) £60-100
254.    A 19th Century copper tea urn, with brass tap, twin handles and pouring spout, 38 cm high together with two copper kettles with acorn finials, a brass coal scuttle with associated scoop and two copper bed warmers with turned handles (6) £50-100
255.    A 19th Century Chinese bronze twin handled sensor and stand, of cylindrical shape with tapered shoulders, inverted neck and slightly splayed rim with lug handles supported on three prong supports which fit into a stylised three leaf stand on scroll feet both items with impressed cast mark to base of four characters, 19 cm high £300-500
256.    A pair of Japanese wood block prints, by Kumiyoshi, Kaiga Tomonobu and Hayami Mitsutaka, both pencil signed, each 24 cm x 17 cm £50-100
257.    A late 19th Century North African school oil on board, profile portrait of gent in turban, signed indistinctly lower left, 28 cm x 15.5 cm £50-100
258.    A portfolio of twenty four plates of carpentry and joinery, by Paul Hasluck together with a quantity of watercolours, etchings and oils and other prints including a David Cox watercolour, a 17th Century Robert Morden later coloured Shropshire map, various etchings by Robert Sayer, 20th Century etchings of Manchester by Cragg and other items £100-150
259.    A set of four half Moroccan bound leather volumes, the Laws of England circa 1830, a collection of Punch illustrations, History of the World, nine volumes, and others £50-100
260.    Four Buffalo Bill annuals, circa 1950 together with Three Wonderlands of the American West by Thomas D Murphy, The Children's Friend 1905, Enid Blyton Three Golliwogs etc £50-100
261.    A French Grammont table telephone, Type 10 Systeme Eurieult, having mahogany stem, bakelite plinth base and brass fittings with bone push button, with added parts, 35 cm high x 17 cm wide x 12 cm deep £100-150
262.    A collection of oils, watercolours and etchings, comprising a late 19th Century oil on board Matterhorn, etchings of bison etc £50-100
263.    A set of Victorian copper measures, ranging from a gallon to a gill all bearing VR stamps to inner rim (6) £50-100
264.    A collection of 19th Century and later brass and copperware, including a pair of miners lamps, a pair of fire dogs, a brass preserve pan and other items £50-100
265.    English School, 19th Century, watercolour, Forest Landscape, initialled FWC and dated 76 lower left, 35 cm x 50 cm, framed and glazed, and two other landscapes, both framed and glazed (3) £50-100
266.    A pair of azzed brass candlesticks, with ejectors, 31 cm high together with a similar 1911 Coronation example, another smaller pair and three other pairs of brass candlesticks £50-100
267.    An art nouveau oak wall clock, with stylised carved floral design with brass and steel eight day movement, arabic numerals, 78 cm x 33 cm wide x 16 cm deep £50-100
268.    A collection of Beswick, Goss and other china items, including a German shepherd, a camel, Goss beaker dated 1922 and other items £50-100
269.    A Lingard Old Woman in Shoe teapot, in yellow and gilt, a Humpty Dumpty example, two large character jugs, Town Crier and Rip Van Winkle, North American Indian etc £50-100
270.    Two cut glass vases, commemorating cruise ships, The Aurora and The Oriana together with a floral engraved glass vase (3) £50-100
271.    A Chinese famille rose and yellow ground baluster vase and cover, with printed character mark to base, 33 cm high together with an ovoid vase with famille rose decoration, two 19th Century Canton vases heightened in gilt and an hors d'oeuvres tray in lacquered box £50-100
272.    A collection of silver plated items, including various pint tankards, a melon shaped teapot, salvers, sugar bowls etc £50-100
273.    A W R Leadbetter woodblock print, 20th Century, 'The Flight into Egypt', framed and glazed, 26 cm x 31 cm £50-100
274.    A collection of six late 18th or early 19th Century horn beakers, three having turned bases, of various sizes, largest 10 cm high, smallest 8 cm high £50-100
275.    A collection of 19th Century pewter plates, and two chargers, largest 30 cm diameter, smallest 23 cm diameter £50-100
276.    An arts and crafts copper café au lait set, matched, with coffee pot, milk and ovoid pot on tripod support, together with an early night light and a brass chamber stick £50-100
277.    A collection of maritime etchings, including an example of HMS Vernon 1917 by Geoffrey Garnier, 20 cm x 24 cm, a Maybery example of Off Gravesend, a Colin Hunter and two others (5) £50-100
278.    Three coloured etchings, by Henry G Walker, of maritime scenes, one titled Houses on the River, 22 cm x 26 cm £50-100
279.    A set of three coloured prints, of field sports, Samuel Howitt, three smaller examples of horse racing and two other prints (8) £50-100
280.    A pair of continental 19th Century porcelain vases, in the Sevres style marked Paris to underside, the ovoid bodies with floral spray design having gilt swan handles on a waisted stem and square plinth base, 20 cm high £50-100
281.    A quantity of pewter tankards, including three quartz, a pint, and others together with various other items of pewter, a silver candlestick and a silver plated sugar bowl of stylised butterfly design with Bristol blue glass liner £50-100
282.    A vintage mourning suit with trousers, two pairs of cricket white trousers and a collection of gentleman's collarless dress shirts, white ties, separate collars and waistcoat £50-100
283.    Three vintage bird cages, including a domed example, 51 cm high, a railway carriage and another made of ply (3) £50-100
284.    A collection of vintage kitchenalia, comprising a flour bin, enamel bucket, milk churns etc £50-100
285.    A set of twelve Victorian bone handled and silver and silver plated cased fish eaters, by Alex Clark, Birmingham 1877 together with a pair of servers with ivory handles, silver tines and another pair £50-100
286.    A collection of various curios and collectables, including an unopened Seabury & Johnson antiseptic carbonated gauze in card case, a pottery The Balkan Sobranie cigarette box, stanhope letter opened for Edinburgh International Exhibition of 1886 and other items £50-100
287.    A Smith & Sons mahogany cased fusee mantel clock, with domed top, dentil cornice, rectangular body, on plinth supports, silvered circular dial, roman numerals, 35 cm high x 26.5 cm x 21 cm deep £200-300
288.    A small collection of crested china, various styles including a Welsh woman Jenny Jones, with Pontypool crest, a horseshoe trinket box and cover with Little Hampton crest, a Hayling Island boater and other examples £50-100
289.    Two bound volumes, 250 years of map making in the county of Hampshire, published by Harry Margary and another Sussex, both published 1976 £50-100
290.    A 19th Century mahogany book binders press, stamped C Key to handle and press, 50 cm closed £50-100
291.    A set of seven Wade Natwest pigs, four boxed £100-150
292.    A tortoiseshell and bone elephant sculpture, 12 cm wide together with a Chinese carved boxwood figure of a sage and a carved figure of an elephant and a Shakespeare print 'Sein Oder Nichtsein' £50-100
293.    A 20th Century carved coquilla nut, modelled as a parrots head with curved beak and glass eyes, possibly a parasol handle, 6.2 cm £50-100
294.    A Royal Doulton figure, Balloon Seller, HN 563, together with a continental porcelain figure of Little Red Riding Hood and Wolf and a porcelain figure group in 19th Century fashionable dress (3) £50-100
295.    A collection of Royal Doulton, Beswick, Carltonware, and other items of china commemorating Winston Churchill, the Prime Ministerial reign of Margaret Thatcher, 1924 Wembley Exhibition and various other items (parcel) £100-150
296.    A 19th Century plaster Chinese figure, modelled as a China man, wearing a coolie hat in a straw fisherman's smock and holding fish, together with a plaster figure of a Chinese young girl in silk robes and a silk print of Chinese figures within a landscape (3) £50-100
297.    A contemporary brass single fusee skeleton clock, with steel chapter ring, roman numerals and glass dome, 38 cm high max £100-200
298.    Two modern Moorcroft plates, both with similar magnolia design, one on white ground, the other on blue, 26 cm diameter together with an ovoid hibiscus vase on green ground, 14 cm high (3) £50-100
299.    A mid 20th Century Murano glass figure group, modelled as a fashionable gentleman in white opaque and colourless glass with aventurine gilt inclusions, 37 cm high £50-100
300.    A Poole pottery six place coffee set, in two tone comprising six cups and saucers, sugar bowl, coffee pot and milk jug, together with two Poole sculptures of dolphin and seal £50-100
301.    A Whitefriars optic moulded and bubble inclusion glass vase, in sea green, 18 cm high together with a Spode Christmas pattern cake plate, two kingfisher blue glass items and a commemorative Wedgwood plate £50-100
302.    A boxed litre bottle of Glenmorangie, a cased set of six Stuart crystal tumblers, an Edinburgh decanter set with four tumblers with engraving to decanter, cased (3) £100-150
303.    A collection of Beswick and other porcelain animals, including a Beswick Donkey, Dachshund, Airedale, Donkey foal, bulldog and other items (10) £100-150
304.    A Royal Doulton Seriesware tankard, by Noke, modelled depicting a golfer and his children, together with three Hummel figures, two miniature character jugs, and a porcelain figure of seated gentleman titled Souter Johnny £100-150
305.    A Chinese boxwood carving, modelled as a Chinese fisherman hauling an over sized carp from a rough sea with glass eyes, 20.5 cm high £50-100
306.    Four models of the Queens Beasts after James Woodford RA, Margot, three in hard paste porcelain, one in plaster, together with three busts of historical figure heads (7) £50-100
307.    Of Royal Interest: Three gilt gesso frames, all bearing Buckingham Palace labels verso, all having cyphers for Queen Victoria and George V, two having labels of original contents, two 32 cm x 39 cm max, the other 26 cm x 34 cm £50-100
308.    A Loetz glass ovoid vase, the green glass having iridescent aqua banded wave design, 12 cm high together with two other continental glass vases £100-150
309.    A Sadler racing car OKT42 teapot, in cream and silver, together with a Japanese pottery chamber stick and match box holder, two Herend porcelain match box holders, a heart shaped scent bottle, a miniature Staffordshire Chinese decorated vase and a table top scent bottle £100-150
310.    A pair of 19th Century heavy brass fire dogs, of industrial design together with a book of wild flowers from Palestine dated 1898 and a fox stole with bakelite clip £50-100
311.    A Royal Albert Old Country Roses six place tea service, comprising six trios, sugar bowl, milk jug, teapot and bread and butter plate £50-100
312.    A 19th Century ivory cane handle, modelled as a hand clutching a ball with frilly collar £50-100
313.    A three quarter length lady's fur coat, the brown beaver with a green and pink silk style lining £50-100
314.    A large Persian brass tray top table, the shaped gadrooned rim with a large flange decorated with embossed figures against a floral ground with sunken scalloped centre, supported on a hardwood stand, 80 cm diameter £50-100
315.    A middle eastern circular copper tray, with central Islamic script within a floral ground with a sunken scalloped base with an engraved rim, 39 cm diameter together with a 19th Century Coveridge copper kettle and a brass chestnut skillet (3) £50-100
316.    An extensive Noritake twelve place dinner service, Blue Hill pattern comprising a setting for twelve, dinner plates, soup bowls, side plates, two tureens and covers, two oval platters, two serving dishes, one sauce boat, twelve cups, ten saucers, twelve small bowls, twelve side plates, sugar bowl and milk £100-200
317.    A modern Chinese famille rose ginger jar and cover, decorated with exotic birds within a floral cartouche, 27 cm high £50-100
318.    A quantity of coin reference books, including the JJ North Collection of English Silver Coins, various catalogues and price guides (two boxes) £50-100
319.    Two continental coopered folk art decorated tubs, possibly for butter making, the red painted exterior with open cartouches filled with floral design having metal strapping to rim and base, 33 cm diameter x 12 cm high together with a Mexican souvenir baseball bat (3) £50-100
320.    A W & T Avery set of brass balance scales, on a mahogany base together with a set of Day and Millward example £50-100
321.    A contemporary oil on canvas, A Edmonson, seascape, signed lower left, 39.5 cm x 49.5 cm, framed £50-100
322.    Two 19th Century copper kettles, a copper bed warming pan with turned handle, an oak cased aneroid barometer and a floral plate (5) £50-100
323.    After Louis Wain, (1860-1939), The Drive, an anthropomorphic print, golfing cats, 37.5 cm x 56 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
324.    After Harry B Neilson, anthropomorphic print, Mr Fox's Christmas Breakfast on Christmas Day, 34 cm x 69.5 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
325.    A 19th Century watercolour, sheep in wooded landscape, initialled JDW and dated 1876 lower left, 52 cm x 37.5 cm £100-150
326.    Alfred Miller, watercolours, a pair of coastal scenes with boats in harbours, signed lower right, each 29 cm x 43 cm, framed and glazed together with Tom Yarwood, watercolour, Beeston Castle, signed lower left, 23.5 cm x 34 cm, framed and glazed (3) £100-150
327.    A contemporary oil on canvas, Rita Early, High Rock Coast Road Malahide, signed lower left, approx 19 cm x 24 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
328.    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 high (16) £50-100
329.    ANNOUNCE INCREASED ESTIMATE
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
330.    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 54.4 cm x 39 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
331.    A 19th Century walnut and vegetable ivory workbox, of rectangular form with canted corners, inlaid cartouche and escutcheon with abalone, studwork edges, fitted interior, 25 cm wide x 17 cm deep x 11.5 cm high £50-100
332.    A 19th Century Venetian glass mirror, the oval centred mirror with protruding surrounds encrusted with blue flowers and clear glass leaves and small blue studs, 57 cm high x 39 cm wide £120-180
333.    A contemporary bronzed table lamp, with figural mount of young girl holding pussy cat on oval plinth base with relief roses to fore and fence to background, the vines climbing up the support verso to shaped opaque glass shade, 50 cm high, together with a set of Salters scales and a cast iron trivet holder £50-100
334.    A brass preserve pan, with steel handle, a quart measure copper jack and a red rope stair hand rail with metal fittings £50-100
335.    A collection of sewing related items, including a vegetable ivory tape measure with stanhope of Crystal Palace and needle case, various miniature mother of pearl penknives, thimbles and other items £50-100
336.    A Meissen cabinet cup and saucer, with segmented sections decorated with floral design together with a twin handled Meissen vase with floral painted central spray with second mark to base £50-100
337.    A 19th Century marble architectural mantel clock, with eight day movement, white enamel face, surmounted by a twin handled urn, 50 cm high x 28 cm wide x 17 cm deep £50-100
338.    A Carltonware banded squat globular jug, a Burleighware art deco butter dish and cover, two bishop china rainbow ware jugs and other items £50-100
339.    A Crown Devon art deco cake plate, with chromed handle, a similar Shelley example and two other art deco plates (4) £50-100
340.    A pair of Edwardian engraved port glasses, a set of three port glasses and various other liquor etc £50-100
341.    Of religious interest: a Medici framed triptych, in the Byzantine style, two chromed holy water containers, a pewter wafer communion pot, a modern communion travelling set with candles, crucifix, wafer box etc and other items £50-100
342.    A quantity of miscellaneous world and British coins, including a 1889 crown, a 1965 10 franc coin and various other examples £50-100
343.    Four Beswick models of birds, comprising goldcrest, white throat, together with various resin birds, resin Peter Rabbit in wheelbarrow etc £50-100
344.    A Harrods cased champagne and port duo, in presentation box £50-100
345.    An Edwardian mahogany lazy susan, on socle rotating base, 52 cm diameter £100-150
346.    A collection of Victorian and later bottles, to include coloured and plain examples £50-100
347.    A presentation cut glass and silver decanter, the silver collared bottle with matching stopper having bulbous base supported on a mahogany turned stand with presentation plaque together with a glass and silver plated cocktail shaker of conical design, the blown glass body with moulded ovals having chromed top £50-100
348.    An Arthur Wood art deco twin handled planter, a collection of carltonware leaf and salad plates and other items £50-100
349.    An 18th Century Dutch Bible, in full Moroccan leather including old and new and a later edition of psalms dated 1776, frontispiece dated 1753 together with an early leather Christian token depicting a coptic cross with flanked by two figures £50-100
350.    An oval portrait of a Spanish gentleman, after Velasquez together with an ivorine miniature portrait of Jesus Christ £50-100
351.    English School, 19th Century watercolour, abbey remains Monmouthshire, signed HB, framed and glazed, 8.5 cm x 12 cm together with continental school oil on board of battle scene 20 cm x 30 cm £50-100
352.    John Morley, miniature on ivory, circa 1916, a pair of portrait studies, Captain Vesley Odavoren and his wife Ivy, presented to them on their wedding day in 1916 with inscriptions verso, 7.5 cm x 6 cm £100-200
353.    A Chinese jade carving of a gentleman traveller, wrestling a mythical beast, 4.5 cm together with a hardstone carving of a dog and an archaic scent bottle and iron stopper, a jade bangle, pair of earrings etc £50-100
354.    A bottle of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 1973 Reserve, produced and bottled by Robert Mondavi Winery £150-250
355.    A bottle of Gerard Bertrand Vin Doux Naturel, 1959 £50-100
356.    A case of Gerard Bertrand Cigalus Blanc 2000, complete in the unopened wooden case £100-150
357.    A bottle of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 1977, produced and bottled by Robert Mondavi Winery £50-100
358.    Four bottles of Gosset Grand Rose Brut Champagne, the four small bottles in original wooden case, originally would have had six bottles £200-300
359.    A five branch moulded and cut glass chandelier, having central shaped stem with domed lower section, chromed mounts and scroll arms united by swags, 48 cm wide £50-100
360.    A Bristol blue glass ships decanter, together with a pair of wine glasses, a Bristol blue glass scent bottle and various other glassware £50-100
361.    A 1960s canteen of flatware, the stainless steel blades marked Hadad having horn handles engraved as exotic birds £50-100
362.    A collection of eight modern Royal Doulton figurines, including Arnold Bennett HN 4360, Clara Hamps HN 4162, Sophia Baines HN 4167, Sally HN 4160 and four others mostly signed by artist £50-100
363.    A 19th Century porcelain quatrefoil English serving plate, with floral spray design within a blue and gilt border together with three T Goode & Sons square green and gilt serving dishes £50-100
364.    A Siam silver cigarette box, with niello work design of dragon boat against a large temple, 21 cm together with a resin figure of a Buddha, 13 cm high £50-100
365.    Claude A Rowbotham, engravings, later coloured, scenes of the Thames and London, signed and annotated, 17 cm x 20 cm £100-150
366.    An art deco Mintons tete a tete, with banded turquoise bodies heightened in silver, af to saucer £50-100
367.    Two Royal Doulton figurines, Biddy Penny Farthing HN 1843 and The Balloon Man HN 1954 £50-100
368.    A Scottish George III teaspoon, old English pattern, a Georgian fiddle pattern teaspoon and an old English mustard spoon with engraved crest together with two New Hall tea bowls, and a pewter spirit measure with lid £50-100
369.    A collection of 19th Century needle cases, including a novelty carved ivory example modelled as a French bean engraved Dieppe, a basket worked ivory screw top example with fitted sections with crochet hooks, another ivory example modelled as a flower, a vegetable ivory acorn carved needle case and another carved in boxwood £100-150
370.    Two 19th Century ivory sewing clamps, one with cushion top, the other with engraved body, two carved ivory powder sprinklers for French chalk and two vegetable ivory pin cushions £100-200
371.    A 19th Century Dresden inkwell, of leaf shape surmounted by a squat well with porcelain lid painted with floral sprays heightened in gilt marked Dresden to base, 14 cm wide £50-100
372.    A 19th Century Chinese soapstone carved libation cup, the circular vessel supported on a small spreading foot having engraved apple blossom and branch stylised handles, 13 cm wide x 6 cm high £50-100
373.    A Chinese Republican period flattened rectangular vase, with floral spray in the famille rose palette with grasshopper decoration, signed to side, 17.5 cm high £50-100
374.    A cased Royal Doulton dinner service, in original packaging, Reflection pattern, 21 piece tea and 25 piece dinner set £100-150
375.    A Clarice Cliff Fantasque Wilkinson plate, Umbrella pattern with yellow, blue and orange rim, printed factory mark to underside, 25 cm diameter £50-100
376.    A collection of two gentleman's bowler hats, by Christys and a lady's Cunningham & Co riding bowler £100-150
377.    A collection of modern Wedgwood limited edition Clarice Cliff cabinet plates, some with certificates (13) £100-200
378.    A 19th Century Japanese Okimono group, of woodcutter and monkey, 12 cm high together with two other small ivory groups of similar date 6 cm and 4 cm high (3) £100-200
379.    A pair of retro woollen bedspreads, in green and yellow with tassel edges, 295 cm x 190 cm (2) £100-150
380.    A collection of Royal Doulton figurines, Staffordshire comports, cranberry glass and various other 19th and 20th Century ceramics £50-100
381.    Eight Royal Doulton Winnie the Pooh Figurines, including Rabbit, Christopher, Pooh, Eeyore etc £50-100
382.    A collection of Beswick Beatrix Potter figurines, to include Peter Rabbit, Timmy Willie, Mr Jeremy Fisher, Foxy Whiskered Gentleman, Squirrel Nutkin etc (18) £100-150
383.    A gouda ovoid stoneware vase, a Carter Stabler Adams ltd Poole pottery footed bowl, a Denby Glyn College stylised jug, a Bernard Rooke globular lamp base and another item £50-100
384.    A collection of miscellaneous items, including silver teaspoons, cufflinks, coins, pens, railway collecting items and a Halina 35 x camera £50-100
385.    A group of porcelain figurines, by Worcester, Royal Doulton, Nao and Coalport £50-100
386.    A 19th Century Lund's Queens Patent Corkscrew, having rosewood handle with remains of brush, ratchet and pin mechanism with copperised brass barrel marked to front with white metal plaque Lund's Patent 57 Cornhill, the bottle grips stamped TOT. Lund London the Queens Patent granted above a Queens crown, closed 19 cm, extended 25 cm. A similar example is illustrated in 'The Corkscrew a thing of Beauty' by Paulo de san Tis and Maurizio Fantoni page 92 £5000-7000
387.    A large Victorian stoneware jardinière on stand, having green glaze to a stylised floral and scroll moulded body, 103 cm high x 42 cm diameter £50-100
388.    A Jubilee International one armed bandit, with illuminated front piece, 68 cm high x 48 cm £400-600
389.    Spencer Hodge, English, (b 1943), oil on canvas, A pair of Cheetahs in the Serengeti, signed lower right, 90 cm x 100 cm. Artists Resale Rights May Apply to this Lot £1500-2000
390.    Spencer Hodge, English, (b 1943), oil on canvas, Peregrine Falcon adult and junior, 80 cm x 100 cm. Artists Resale Rights May Apply to this Lot. £1500-2000
391.    A Victorian print of a young girl wearing a straw bonnet, framed and glazed, 56 cm x 41 cm £50-100
392.    Edith Lees, English, 20th Century, oil on canvas laid down on board, a pair of rural landscapes of Southern France 23.5 cm x 33 cm (2) £200-300
393.    English School, 20th Century, oil on board, cows in a stream, 24 cm x 32 cm £50-100
394.    Karin Vlieger, South African, oil on board, dated 1970, cityscape, signed lower right, framed and glazed, 50 cm x 60 cm £50-100
395.    A pair of signed limited edition prints, Cheryl Garrett, Purple Crowned Pidgeons, 26/600 and Olive Backed Sunbirds, 26/600 each 68 cm x 49 cm framed and glazed £50-100
396.    Len Farthing, 20th Century, oil on board, Salcombe Ship Rights Siesta, signed verso, 43 cm x 59 cm £50-100
397.    After Sir Thomas Lawrence, oil on board, portrait of an artist, 40 cm x 30 cm, framed £400-600
398.    English School, 19th Century, oil on canvas, portrait of a collie dog, 40 cm x 30 cm, gilt frame £100-150
399.    A 19th Century mezzotint, of young girl in verre eglomise frame, together with English school watercolour of country house, a print of a moor guide, and another print £100-150
400.    Attributed to Ian Simpson, acrylic on board, coastal landscape, marked verso Rosemullan Devon 98, signed lower right, 33 cm x 43 cm, framed £50-100
401.    English School, early 20th Century, oil on canvas, village pond and church, 37 cm x 60 cm, framed £50-100
402.    T Mortimer, continental school, landscape with woman, watercolour, signed lower left, 25 cm x 17 cm, framed and glazed together with an oil on board by Nora Vernon, cows within landscape, signed lower left, 14 cm x 22 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
403.    After Alfred Vickers, oil on board, landscape with horses at village pond, 14 cm x 34 cm in gilt gesso frame £150-200
404.    EMS, 20th Century, watercolour, country cottage with children and hens, monogrammed lower left, 21 cm x 30 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
405.    English School, 19th Century, watercolour, spring flowers, hyacinths and primroses, 36 cm x 27 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
406.    Frank H Wilford, 20th Century, watercolour, heavy horses working in field, shires harrowing the field, 28 cm x 40 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
407.    Julius, continental school, 20th Century, oil on canvas, lake scene, signed lower right, 39 cm x 79 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
408.    J Macpherson, late 19th or early 20th Century, oil on canvas, highland scene of shepherd and flock, signed lower right, 31 cm x 51 cm, framed and glazed, canvas ripped together with a gilt painted mirror, 40 cm x 33 cm (2) £50-100
409.    20th Century, naïve street scene, watercolour, London, 26 cm x 39 cm, framed and glazed together with a gilt frame, 64 cm x 53 cm £50-100
410.    Frederick Tatham, 1805-1878, three family portraits, pencil and pastel of the Newman family, each 62 cm x 49 cm, framed and glazed, faded (3) £100-150
411.    English School, 19th Century, charcoal and chalk, portrait study, Alice Galland, oval, 39 cm x 31 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
412.    Frederick Cruikshank, 1800-1868, watercolour, portrait study Rev William Kingsley, 1815-1916, initialled and dated 1847, 41 cm x 30 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
413.    Scottish School, 19th Century, watercolour, Hermitage Castle, signed lower left KAC dated 1865, 25 cm x 34 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
414.    Terence Cuneo, print, Thames at midwinter, signed to border with blindstamp, 38 cm x 59 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
415.    Howard Phipps, pencil, Whittington Court, the stairway, signed lower right and dated 1984, 58 cm x 40 cm £100-150
416.    William Ratcliffe, English School, 19th Century, oil on canvas, canal scene with raising bridge, signed lower right, 40 cm x 50 cm, framed £200-300
417.    Four Bernard Dufour framed prints, young females at leisure, 45 cm x 37 cm, all framed and glazed (4) £50-100
418.    Henry G Walker, two coloured etchings, both maritime scenes, 21 cm x 32 cm framed and glazed together with an oil on board, Mediterranean scene and a portrait study of a young boy stealing eggs, watercolour, 35 cm x 27 cm (4) £50-100
419.    Three framed maps of Wales, Mona Insvla, Anglesey, 22 cm x 27 cm, The North View of Beaumaris Castle, 15 cm x 35 cm and A New and Correct Map of North Wales 38 cm x 45 cm, all framed and glazed (3) £50-100
420.    Three contemporary oils on canvas, Spanish style, matador and bull, 92 cm x 61 cm, gentleman hunting with dog, 92 cm x 61 cm and gentleman drinking orange juice, 61 cm x 92 cm, all signed Smith (3) £50-100
421.    Henry Lawson Smith, 19th Century, watercolour, harbour scene, Blakeney Norfolk, signed lower left and dated 47, 13 cm x 18 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
422.    After Terence Cuneo, The Lickey Incline, print, 69 cm x 75 cm, framed and glazed together with Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema print, classical maidens at leisure, 34 cm x 44 cm, framed and glazed (2) £50-100
423.    G Pataison, contemporary, oil on canvas, seated figures, abstract, signed lower right, 76 cm x 92 cm £50-100
424.    John Bawtree, English, b 1952, harbour scene watercolour, 45 cm x 68 cm, framed £50-100
425.    J P Williams, 20th Century, oil on board, mountainous lake scene, signed lower left, 44 cm x 69 cm, framed, oil on canvas, Welsh scene with horses on track toward cottages, signed indistinctly lower right, 35 cm x 44 cm, framed, A G Egerton, watercolour, St Ambrose Church Moss Lane, signed lower left, 36b cm x 25 cm, framed and glazed and a 20th Century watercolour, moor landscape, indistinctly signed lower left, 26 c x 36 cm, framed and glazed (4) £100-150
426.    A pair of Edwardian watercolour portrait studies, gentlemen, 18 cm x 12 cm and 19.5 cm x 13 cm, framed and glazed (2) £50-100
427.    A modern pine wall clock, of circular form with scroll pediment, dial inscribed Another Place Another Time, 47 cm x 56 cm high £50-100
428.    A Middle Eastern style table lamp, the brass triform lower section on circular base and ebonised plinth supporting a vase top with splayed column for light support, 86 cm high, together with a large white square shade £50-100
429.    A gilt mirror, having cherubs before and behind conch chariot above mirror plate with fern moulding and ball and stepped pediment over, flanked by column supports, total size, 88 cm x 57 cm £100-150
430.    A gilt Regency style mirror, having barley twist supports either side glass with central shell and fret panel over and stepped and ball pediment, max 104 cm x 63 cm £100-150
431.    A gilt Regency style mirror, having lions pulling conch chariot with cherubs flying overhead to top under stepped and ball cornice and column supports either side glass with floral terminals, max 105 cm x 64 cm £100-150
432.    A large collection of Claude H Rowbotham signed etchings, of various landscapes from around the British Isles, some later coloured others in original state, all signed in pencil to margin, some titled, all framed and glazed approx 32 £200-300
433.    Harold Wyllie (1880-1975) and William Wyllie (1851-1931) Five signed maritime etchings, signed to margin, all depicting fishing boats, schooners at sea, framed and glazed (5) £150-250
434.    Sue Canonico, 20th Century, British, acrylic on canvas, Sunset, signed lower left, framed, 75 cm square (oil spot to canvas) £50-100
435.    P A Langmead, pastel, portrait study, Nicholas Malcolmson, signed and dated 72 lower right, 46 cm x 33 cm, framed and glazed, glass af £50-100
436.    Etienne Bouchardy, French, (1797-1849) student of St 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 framed, image 7.5 cm x 7.8 cm £100-150
437.    Five Wyllie landscape maritime etchings, titled Norwegian Timber Ships leaving the Thames, one of Plymouth, another of North Foreland and two others, all framed and glazed (5) £150-200
438.    Harold Wyllie (1880-1975) and William Wyllie (1851-1931) Two signed etchings, one of HMS Victory, the other of Portland together with two framed Wyllie prints (4) £50-100
439.    William Lionel Wyllie, (1851-1931) Two signed etchings, both scenes of London, Westminster and Houses of Parliament from the Thames, framed and glazed (2) £120-180
440.    Three Lt. Com. Rowland Langmaid 1897-1956, signed etchings, together with four other maritime etchings by various artists, (7) £120-180
441.    A George III vellum deed, framed and dated 1767, 83 cm X 90 cm £50-100
442.    English School 20th century, watercolour 'Marquis of Granby Inn' 57 cm X 74 cm £50-100
443.    Irish School 19th century, Oil on canvas, 'West coast or Ireland wreckers ashore to a setting sun' Thomas H Reilly of Dublin label verso 56 cm X 92 cm £100-150
444.    Frederick James Kerr, (1853-1936) watercolour, landscape with cattle signed lower left and dated 1906, 18 cm X 24 cm, together with a continental school oil on canvas of a street scene, framed 22 cm X 26 cm (2) £50-100
445.    A collection nine late 19th early 20th century watercolours of Indian months, depicting Lord Krishna and a female in a palace courtyard being accompanied by singing maidens, 28 cm X 18 cm together with two modern Indian folios of Seven four Seven Legends of Love etc £150-180
446.    William Tatton-Winter 1855-1928, a pair of coloured engravings, scenes of Salisbury, signed to margin lower right with blind stamp, 38 cm X 46 cm (2) £100-150
447.    A collection of maps and prints relating to the Thames, including Tomestones Panoramic Map of the Tames and Medway, limited edition print by Angela Fielder of Marlow and three others (5) £50-100
448.    English School 19th century, oil on canvas, lake scene, monogramed lower right WT dated 1896, 40 cm X 60 cm £50-100
449.    A large modern silvered mirror, of rectangular form with an ornate scroll frame, 190 cm X 90 cm £100-200