Antiques & Fine Art Auction
Including Militaria
6th February 2018 at 10:00

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1.      A Minton Meadow pattern tete a tete, with floral spray design together with a Noritake example in shades of cream and green heightened in gilt £50-100
2.      A Carltonware large ovoid ginger jar and cover, with transfer printed scene of boy musician and young woman, 29 cm high, transfer printed mark to base £50-100
3.      A collection of porcelain and pottery figures, including a Hummel figure of a young girl with envelope and basket, a pair of porcelain Italian figures from Naples, two Royal Doulton figurines, Valerie HN2107 and Penny HN2424, two other Italian porcelain figures £50-100
4.      A pair of Japanese porcelain relief decorated jugs, polychrome in colour, heightened in gilt, together with three Chinese ginger jars and covers £50-100
5.      A collection of part suite of cut glass ware, including six wine, four brandy balloons, other cut glass sets etc £100-150
6.      An Edward VII silver rose bowl, having gadrooned base, floral design on a spreading circular foot, Sheffield 1902, 16 cm diameter together with a silver plated cruet set. £100-150
7.      A Royal Crown Staffordshire porcelain figure group, by G T Jones, a Royal Worcester figure group Chaffinches and three Spanish porcelain figures of birds £50-100
8.      A Royal Albert six place dinner and tea service, For All Seasons Parkland pattern comprising six dinner plates, six lunch, six side plates, one large circular bowl, six soup bowls, three serving dishes, six cups and saucers, milk jug, sugar bowl and teapot, all heightened in gilt £50-100
9.      A set of six bohemian coloured harlequin glasses, with matching decanter together with a spiral blown vase etc £50-100
10.     A set of five wall mounted flying Beswick ducks, model no 596 together with a Beswick duck pin tray and a Royal Worcester candle snuffer modelled as a nun £100-150
11.     A Lladro figure of a Japanese fan dancer, a Nao figure of a praying young girl, a Wade pearly queen, a Royal Doulton The Orange Seller HN 1953, an amphora art deco pottery figure of a flower woman with bonnet (af) and two continental bisque porcelain figures of classical maidens (6) £50-100
12.     A Dutch imported silver tray, of heart shape centred with a shepherd boy together with three silver topped dressing table bottles and two canteens of silver plated flatware etc £100-150
13.     Two art deco cast iron lustre companion sets, modelled as knights, 35 cm high £50-100
14.     A Liberty & Co pewter Tudric loving cup, designed by David Veazey with Honesty plants and motto 'For Old Times Sake' to cylindrical body impressed mark to base no 010, 19.8 cm high £100-200
15.     One copper log bin, one large twin handled copper pot and cover and a copper coal scuttle £50-100
16.     A Clarice Cliff coffee can, crocus pattern, a 19th Century prattware dressing table jar and cover, a Goss butterfly pot and cover, a continental figurine of a dressed pussy cat gazing into a cream jug and a small Chinese comport (ear to pussy cat af) £50-100
17.     An Edwardian beadwork lady's evening bag, with oval panels decorated with floral design, one side dated 1907 in gold beads, together with two Venetian stationery items from S Rosen Librairie, Venis £50-100
18.     An Army and Navy Stores general catalogue and price list, from 1937-8 together with a Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam with illustrations by Edmund Dulac £50-100
19.     A mahogany circular framed wall clock, with later brass German movement, 38 cm diameter £50-100
20.     An Edwardian hour glass shaped mahogany and satin strung mantel clock, with eight day French drum striking movement, white enamel face with roman numerals, 27 cm high £50-100
21.     Two Edwardian mantel clocks, one in walnut veneer with 30 hour movement, 21 cm high the other domed with stringing and burr walnut panel with 8 day movement, 28 cm high (2) £50-100
22.     A contemporary Zambian carved bark shield, with carved hardwood spears verso, decorated with animals and masks £50-100
23.     A pair of Gertrude Worsery, oils on canvas, maritime scenes, framed and glazed, each 31 cm x 61 cm (2) £50-100
24.     An art deco desk calendar, modelled as a ceramic exotic bird on onyx base with changeable ivorine month panels, 11 cm wide x 5 cm high x 4.5 cm deep (some calendars missing) £50-100
25.     A collection of miscellaneous items, including a pocket barometer, a burr maple and tortoiseshell snuff box, a sandal wood and bone inlaid box an anglo Indian ivory and stained chess set, damage to some pieces, king 7.6 cm high, complete, a modern paperweight with part of the Royal Opera House Curtain, a pair of opera glasses etc £50-100
26.     A collection of First World War volumes, Twenty Years After, together with Odhams ABC of The Great War and seven volumes of Encyclopaedia of Birds etc £50-100
27.     A Blue Ensign camera, E29 in original card case, a collection of silver plated flatware, a students field microscope, barometer and other items £50-100
28.     A collection of modern porcelain continental figurines, including Cinderella, a Royal Doulton Gloria HN 3200, together with a 19th Century Staffordshire egg crock another later, a Clarice Cliff My Garden jug etc £50-100
29.     Mersad Berber (1940-2012) Bosnian, oil on canvas, portrait study young girl with flowers, framed and glazed, 30 cm x 20 cm £100-150
30.     David Dodsworth (1952-) Two limited edition Carborandum etchings, 'Elektra I' 49 cm x 70 cm max and 'Rega I' 73 cm x 55 cm max (2) with certificates £100-150
31.     A part suite of Venetian glass, including eight sundae dishes, ten water glasses, six liquor, various plates etc in an all over light pink colour with aventurine inclusions £200-300
32.     An art deco part Crown Ducal dinner, tea and coffee set, including egg cups, serving bowls, butter dishes, Gainsborough pattern with moulded floral and transfer printed design £50-100
33.     Ian Fleming, First Edition, The Spy Who Loved Me, with Richard Chopping dust cover, stained and First Edition OHMSS lacking dust cover (2) £50-100
34.     A pair of Venetian glass circular dishes, of lattice moulded design with crimped rim, pink and gilt inclusions, 20 cm diameter (2) £50-100
35.     A Spode Provence pattern six place dinner and coffee service, heightened in gilt £50-100
36.     An early 19th Century Sedan clock, the mahogany walnut and crossbanded case of domed form on brass bracket feet, encasing a circular white clock face with roman numerals and steel hands, with gilded brass plaque and verge movement by James Payne of 17 Foster Lane London, 29 cm high £120-180
37.     A folding Corona typewriter, with QWERTY keyboard in black enamel together with an Ensign Houghtons Ltd London cased folding camera in canvas case £50-100
38.     A set of six 1960s Orrefors glass dessert dishes, designed by Edward Hald, no. HU1598/3, circular and free form style, 15cm to 16.5cm (6) £60-100
39.     A 1970s Scruff glass vase, hexagonal form with raised textured designs, remenants of stiker and marked to base, 21cm £50-80
40.     A 1950s Orrefors glass vase by Edvin Ohrstrom, tapered with cut away sections, marked FU1748, 10.5cm, together with another Orrefors glass vase, 11.5cm (2) £60-100
41.     Three 1950s and later glass items, including a Holmegaard freeform bowl probably by Per Lutken, 16.5cm wide, an Afors glass vase with engraved bird, 14cm, and another with engraved horse, 10.5cm (3) £60-100
42.     A Linthorpe pottery charger, decorated with wild orchids against a mustard ground, impressed mark to underside No 299, artist initals LS dated 97, 29 cm diameter £120-180
43.     An Indonesian carved hardwood easel, 164 cm high £50-100
44.     An arts and crafts copper oval framed mirror, with planished decoration, 68 cm x 47 cm £50-100
45.     A pair of later coloured black and white photographs of a Royal procession, on dragon boat in Siam, Siamese watercolour of a palace, red lacquered small table and dish etc £50-100
46.     A Chinese ginger jar, a collection of Chinese porcelain rice bowls and other items (parcel) £50-100
47.     A set of four copper barley twist candlesticks, three decanters, and two wall mounted candlesticks possibly off a piano £50-100
48.     A collection of watercolours, oils and prints, mostly of landscapes and flowers by J Atkinson £50-100
49.     A quantity of Bartholomews, Times Daily Mail, Bacons road maps £50-100
50.     An extensive Wedgwood Medici dinner and tea service, including tureens and covers, sauce boats and stands, breakfast bowls, dinners and side plates, cups and saucers etc £100-200
51.     A collection of Denby Green Wheat dinner and teaware, including handled crock pots and covers, coffee pots, tureens, salt and pepper, dinner plates, bowls, butter dish etc (a large quantity) £100-200
52.     A Spode Chardonnay dinner and coffee service, setting for eight, including tureen and cover, sauce boat, stand, milk jug and sugar bowl £50-100
53.     A collection of Wedgwood, Coalport, Royal Crown Staffordshire and Royal Doulton Children's dinner and teaware, including Beatrix Potter, Bunnykins etc £50-100
54.     A brass inkwell and letter rack, decorated with cherubs and floral design, together with a brass standish and a pair of 18th Century baluster brass ejector candlesticks £80-120
55.     An 18th Century Liverpool pearlware tea cannister and cover, 15cm high together with a hexagonal Delft example, 11 cm high (2) £100-150
56.     A collection of Chinese blue and white exportware, comprising a set of three pagoda decorated plates, an octagonal plate, a four character mark ginger jar, five tea bowls, three saucers and one other item £100-150
57.     A collection of early 19th Century blue and white transfer printed English pottery, including a Spode sauce tureen and cover with boar hunting scene, a pint mug with country scene, a half pint mug with dairy maid, three jugs, a footed bowl and pepper £200-300
58.     A Rockingham tea and coffee service, comprising twelve tea bowls, eight coffee cups, nineteen saucers, two bread and butter plates and a bowl, all having centred decoration of rural scenes with ruins and country houses £300-500
59.     Four 19th Century cut glass decanters, having diamond cut design to faceted bodies with matching stoppers, largest 33 cm high, three 28 cm high, all with some damages £100-150
60.     A Shorter and Sons Mdina pattern large ovoid vase, by Mabel Leigh with scraffito floral decoration to brown ground, incised mark to underside 30.5 cm high, together with a Shorter and Sons art deco jug, 22 cm high and a character jug by Shorter & Sons, Old Mother Goose, 28 cm high (3) £100-150
61.     I Peters, 1821, oil on canvas, The Secret in gilt frame, signed lower left, 30 cm x 25 cm £300-500
62.     A Royal Doulton seriesware wall charger, with transfer printed scene from the series Under the Greenwood Tree, 39 cm diameter together with another Doulton seriesware plate, 27 cm diameter, a Doulton paisley plate and another titled Pansy (4) £100-150
63.     Eight pink Sunderland lustre cups and saucers £50-100
64.     A Sunderland lustre commemorative Crimea jug, depicting the trophies of war against the French and union flag bearing the motto, May They Ever be United 19 cm high together with a Sunderland lustre jug with the iron bridge of the river Wear dated 1796, 19 cm high and another sailors Sunderland lustre jug 22 cm high (3) £300-500
65.     A pair of Limoges porcelain plates, decorated with a pair of birds within foliage together with a circular pair of plates heightened in gilt, 21 cm diameter £200-300
66.     A large Della Robbia dated terracotta jug, the ovoid body having centred decoration in the Italian style of winged cherubs within a green and blue floral surround, marked to base DR either side of ship at sail and dated 1894, 34 cm high £800-1200
67.     A set of four 1980's gouache on paper, game show dress settings, depicting Gene Rayburn the American game show host and a anthropomorphic one armed bandit, framed and glazed, 53 cm x 79 cm (4) £100-150
68.     A 19th Century aesthetic papier mache Japanned folding wall shelf, the lacquered design decorated with birds, insects and flowers, 27 cm high together with a Victorian mahogany veneered dressing table mirror (2) £50-100
69.     Three pairs of Edwardian silk paintings, of coastal and ruarl scenes within a bow frame and floral surround, signed JSR to each, 13 cm x 13 cm £50-100
70.     An early 20th Century Chinese embroidered silk, decorated with butterflies and bats within a floral surround, 47 cm x 8.5 cm together with a 19th Century Chinese embroidered panel with figures in a landscape and blackbirds heightened with gilt thread, 52 cm x 9 cm and a temple carving (3) £50-100
71.     A Crown Devon Cretian pottery footed bowl, 22.5 cm diameter together with a large Troika square pot by Annette Walters, 15 cm high (hairline) (2) £100-150
72.     An early 20th Century resin mah jong set, with bone counters and lacquered counter stands in a leather case £100-150
73.     A pair of continental frosted glass oval dishes, centred with Maltese cross and greek key design, 27 cm together with a pair of Edwardian engraved glass and silver topped vases, 23 cm high and a Victorian silver and glass milk jug, 13 cm high £100-150
74.     A continental porcelain cruet set, modelled as cranes including mustard, salt and pepper together with a Carter Stabler Adams Ltd Poole pottery circular cruet set and a porcelain half doll £50-100
75.     A 19th Century oversize cut glass goblet, decorated with engraved hops and barley, 21 cm high together with a 19th Century bohemian flashed glass and engraved carafe and two matching goblets, jug 22 cm high £120-180
76.     An Edwardian Cauldon limited part dinner service, comprising six gilt dinner plates, a pair of oval serving plates and an oval sauce boat and cover all with floral gilt design and scroll gilt borders, printed factory mark to underside, marked England, £100-150
77.     A set of three graduated mother of pearl and abalone articulated fish, bottle openers, largest 20 cm, smallest 13 cm £50-100
78.     A Limoges porcelain square planter, decorated with chrysanthemums together with a 19th Century porcelain flat back cottage and a modern enamel French wall thermometer £50-100
79.     A 19th Century porcelain Staffordshire figure, modelled as cock and hen pheasant, painted in colours heightened in gilt, an art deco continental porcelain pin cushion doll with legs and an end of day glass model of a duck £50-100
80.     Two 19th Century Chinese hardstone figures, one modelled as Guaylin 23 cm high together with another of a scribe seated upon dog of fo, 20 cm high and a blue and white ginger jar £100-150
81.     An 18th Century Derby porcelain figure, modelled as a seated gentleman in fashionable dress with garlands of flowers and flowers in his hat, marked to underside with cross swords and number, 13 cm high together with a blanc de chine Derby Stevenson and Hancock figure of Autumn modelled as young man with sheaves of wheat standing beside a bee keep, underglazed blue mark to base, 22 cm high £200-300
82.     A bound volume, Cinderella, half Moroccan, illustrated by Arthur Rackham printed by William Heinemann £100-150
83.     A bound volume, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, by J M Barrie illustrated by Arthur Rackham printed by Hodder and Stoughton ltd London £150-250
84.     A collection of bound volumes, including Westwood Ho, Vanity Fair, Lord Byrons Works etc £100-150
85.     A collection of antique and later childrens volumes, including Wind in the Willows, Winnie the Pooh, Mother Goose and others together with a book trough £100-150
86.     A set of six willow pattern bell china coffee cans and saucers, with sugar bowl and milk, side plates and bread and butter plates, together with a small quantity of commemorative china dating from 1902 to 1953 £50-100
87.     A 19th Century mahogany inlaid tea caddy, with oval inlay of shell design, 19.5 cm x 12.5 cm high x 11 cm deep together with an Edwardian book trough with inlaid shell design and checkered stringing, 32 cm x 14 cm high x 19 cm deep £50-100
88.     Five glass decanters and stoppers £50-100
89.     A 19th Century walnut mantel clock, with brass and copper dial, eight day movement, 44 cm high x 29 cm wide x 17 cm deep £50-100
90.     A National Security fountain pen, a cased Parker example in green and with gilt metal and original ink cartridge to underside of box, a gold plated Eversharp pencil, a Swan fountain pen in black with 14 ct gold nib and a cased pen set £150-250
91.     A Parker fountain pen in black and stainless steel, cased, a Parker harlequin propelling pencil in stainless steel, cased, a Sheaffer biro and others in the lot £100-150
92.     A 19th Century engraved scrimshaw whale tooth, decorated with the American flags and anchor, garlands of flowers with the motto Ship Dove, 9 cm high £150-250
93.     A late 19th Century Japanese bone okimono, of a seated gentleman with bonsai, sake teapot and gourd, 12 cm high £200-300
94.     A 19th Century Chinese ivory snuff bottle, of ovoid shape, decorated with pagoda and figures, 7 cm high £100-150
95.     A European porcelain figure group, modelled as a dancing couple, on an oval base, painted in colours, 18 cm high £100-150
96.     A 19th Century Augustus Rex figural candlestick base, modelled as a shepherd shearing sheep, replacement top, 32 cm high, underglazed blue mark to base £100-150
97.     A late 18th Century pearlware blue and white dish, decorated with a pagoda surrounded by a ribbon border, 24 cm diameter £100-150
98.     A Herend porcelain basket, with decorated centre of birds and butterflies, 18.5 cm diameter together with a Herend plant pot with red transfer printed decoration, 16 cm high and a floral basket (3) £100-150
99.     A quantity of British and European ceramics, including two copper lustre jugs, two German figures of Madonna and child, miscellaneous textiles etc £50-100
100.    An Imari vase, a Japanese porcelain moulded vase, a modern Japanese baluster vase, a modern Japanese vase, various Chinese blue and white items and a part silk sleeve cuff £50-100
101.    A collection of commemorative china, and works of art including a Paragon silver jubilee loving cup, a bisque bust of Queen Victoria, and a twin handled Royal Doulton Courage & Co 1953 coronation loving cup designed by Milner Gray and others £50-100
102.    A Whitefriars knobbly vase, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 25.5 cm high, a Webb amber coloured footed glass bowl, 20 cm diameter and various other coloured glassware £50-100
103.    A 16th Century terracotta slipware decorated oval bowl, the elongated oval vessel of almost slipper shape having triangular decoration, 13 cm long £50-100
104.    Two 19th Centuty ale glasses, two 19th Century wine glasses, a decanter and stopper, cut glass vase and other items of glassware £50-100
105.    A collection of miscellaneous items, including four brass ashtrays surmounted with African figural weights, a hanging pipe rack, an oil on canvas of young Spanish woman, a printed map of Hampshire, dressing table sets, scarves and other items £50-100
106.    A Royal Copenhagen porcelain vase with menu holder, a collection of continental and British pottery and porcelain figures and various other items £50-100
107.    Eight glass paperweights, including an iridescent example, a floral example with sealion mask etc £50-100
108.    A small collection of contemporary pottery, including a large circular bowl, a navette shaped dish and other items £50-100
109.    A continental carriage heater, by ARRAS with Bacaraat glass sleeve, an aeroplane piston head, a brass bell and a master head copper ships lamp £50-100
110.    Two African hardwood figures, modelled as gentleman with broad shoulders with hand son hips and one leg turned the other way 35 cm high together with an ebony example of a Masai tribesman, 58 cm high (2) £100-150
111.    Mark Strong, 20th Century, watercolour on paper, three studies of British birds including kingfisher, 27.5 cm x 21 cm jay, 22 cm x 22 cm and buzzard, 27 cm x 24 cm (3) £50-100
112.    Two late 20th Century Chinese porcelain ginger jars and covers £50-100
113.    A 20th Century British art glass bowl, by Nick Osler, the green and orange graal design with bubble inclusion signed to base and dated 2009, 31 cm wide £100-150
114.    A quantity of late 19th and 20th Century ceramics and glass, including two aesthetic decorated jugs, a Copeland Jasperware style three piece tea set, a toby jug with Toby sitting with foaming jug of beer and pipe, two treen items from the teak of HMS Ganges and other items £150-250
115.    A copper and brass arts and crafts kettle and stand, together with an ovoid arts and crafts box, and another brass and copper kettle £50-100
116.    A large stoneware bowl, with a mottled ash and iron glaze, 51.5 cm diameter £50-100
117.    Boris O Klein, 1893-1985, print, Dirty Dogs of Paris, Sans Interdit, signed,19 cm x 45 cm £50-100
118.    A collection of miscellaneous items, including a 19th Century carte de visite album with portraits of British and European nobles including Garibaldi, Victor Emmanuel, Queen Victoria, Prince Albert etc, a large Bluebird tin, various silk handkerchiefs, tins, postcards and other items £50-100
119.    Beatrix Potter, The Story of Miss Moppet, published by Frederic Warne dated 1906 in cloth fold out folio £100-200
120.    A Royal Copenhagen figurine of mouse, on top of large nut, together with a pair of Copenhagen pin trays and a Continental porcelain figure of a hunting hound (4) £50-100
121.    A large collection of late 19th and early 20th Century Damask linen, lace doilies, 1920's tablecloths and sets and other items £100-150
122.    A collection of late 19th and early 20th Century Christening outfits, bonnets, mid Century baby clothes, capes and adult fashion (a quantity) £100-150
123.    A collection of 20th Century British and European glass paperweights, all having internal bubble and coloured decoration £50-100
124.    A collection of British and European coloured and colourless glass paperweights, three of egg shape engraved with mountain and valley flowers, and some with spiral and bubble inclusions £50-100
125.    A collection of miscellaneous glass paperweights, including one modelled as an elephant, another decorated with butterflies and various others £50-100
126.    A collection of glass coloured paperweights, all having internal bubble and floral decoration £50-100
127.    A collection of 20th Century glass, resin and hardstone paperweights, one modelled with a seahorse head £50-100
128.    A quantity of European and British glass paperweights, including a large Mdina doorstop and a quantity of flat oval and circular paperweights (two boxes) £50-100
129.    Harold Squire (1881-1959), oil on board, 'Capri Coastline' signed verso, in walnut frame, 33 cm x 41 cm £300-500
130.    Zadir Pimentel (1939-) watercolour, Portugese style square, signed lower right, label verso, framed, 21 cm x 26 cm £100-200
131.    Randolph Caldecott's 'Graphic' Pictures, Complete Edition, 654 of 1250 limited copies published by George Routledge & Sons Limited £50-100
132.    A 19th century Gaudy Welsh 'Tulip pattern' twelve setting tea services, including a large tea pot, milk jug, twin handled sugar bowl, and cover, large waste bowl, a pair of bread and butter plates, tweleve cups, saucers and side plates 42 £120-180
133.    An early 19th century tureen and cover, the blue and white tureen with fruit finial, together with a pair of Famille rose soup bowls, a quantity of famille rose export ware tea and coffee bowls, an Imari large bowl and other items (a parcel) £120-180
134.    An 18th Century Delft plate, decorated with figures within a landscape, 21 cm diameter af together with three blue and white tea bowls and a coffee can £100-150
135.    A pair of Spode blue and white tureens and covers, both af together with a pair of blue and white Rockingham plates with country house garden scene, 25 cm diameter £50-100
136.    A 19th Century cut glass bon bon dish and cover, of urn shape with all over hobnail cut design with knop and mushroom finial on a faceted socle square plinth base, 27 cm high £100-150
137.    A 19th Century Swansea porcelain moulded floral painted dish, having three individual sprays of flowers including tulips, violets and sweet peas, heightened in gilt, impressed Swansea with trident marks to base, 23 cm diameter £150-200
138.    An early 19th century Swansea porcelain plate, circular shape with green leaf designs, heightened in gilt, impressed mark to underside with Trident, 20cm diameter £120-180
139.    A Japanese Meiji period kingfisher wing and coral head piece, in the form of a flower, on a white metal mount and pin, in perspex box £300-500
140.    A Shelley Mabel Lucie Atwell Pixie Cottage Teapot, a Shelley drip glaze muffin dish base, a honey glaze honey pot and cover, Clarice Cliff sugar bowl lacking lid, an arabesque Barker Brothers John Guilford cup and saucer and other items £100-150
141.    An early 19th Century Derby figure of shepherdess and lamb, against a floral bocage marked no 60 to base, 13 cm high, together with a Derby figure of a floral selling cherub, 14 cm high (2) £120-180
142.    A Staffordshire twin handled loving cup, with gilt motto, The Loss of Gold is Great, The Loss of Time is More, The Loss of Heaven is Such a Loss That no Man can Restore, 13 cm high together with three Staffordshire figures and a continental figure of a stag reclining (4) £100-180
143.    A KPM porcelain figural candlestick, modelled as a fashionable boy selling grapes, 19.5 cm high £50-100
144.    A 1937 George VI and Elizabeth Tuscan plant pottery floral commemorative pin tray, a George VI Laura Knight gilt decorated coronation mug, an Edward VIII bowl, 1953 Wedgwood Guyatt mug and a 1977 twin handled silver jubilee mug £50-100
145.    A Samson Paris porcelain animal band figure group, after the Meissen original modelled as a pair of musicians with a performing monkey, parrot and billy goat, underglazed blue cross swords to base, af, 20 cm high £120-180
146.    A 19th Century footed water glass, bearing the inscription 'Thy Waters Llandrindod with Praise Adore Whom Health to the Sick and the Afflicted Restore' engraved with flowers signed AB together with a pair of 19th Century ale glasses, a fine engraved wine glass and three modern commemorative glasses £50-100
147.    A 19th Century Nailsea glass flask, of ovoid shape, with red and blue mottled design, 21 cm high x 12 cm £200-300
148.    A Sidddy Langley iridescent glass vase, of globular shape with tapered shoulders and narrow ring aperture, 14 cm high, engraved to base and dated 82 £100-150
149.    A Roman iridescent glass vase, with hardwood stand, a Whitefriars optic moulded ovoid vase an iridescent glass pestle and mortar £100-150
150.    An Edwardian glass wine carafe, with an engraved body of scrolls, beads and festoons and stopper, together with an ovoid cranberry decanter and faceted stopper £120-180
151.    A Murano glass bird centrepiece, modelled as exotic birds in green, blue with decorative feather design under glass dome on plinth base, 34 cm high (af) £100-200
152.    A bound volume, Blairs Chronology and History of the World illustrated in LVI tables from the creation to the year of Christ 1753, re bound in half Moroccan and marbled paper £150-250
153.    A privately printed bound copy of Lady Chatterley's Lover, including My Skirmish with Jolly Roger by D H Lawrence, privately printed 1929 together with British Butterflies and Moths and Coleridge Poetical Works £50-100
154.    A 19th Century Chinese terracotta vase, of ovoid shape with dragon and cloud design, 15 cm high £50-100
155.    Two Tudric pewter art nouveau pin trays, including a twin handled hammer beaten example with Celtic knot design, impressed to underside 01263, 12.5 cm and another of lozenge shape with a pair of flower heads and sinuous stems, 12.6 cm, impressed 0283 £100-150
156.    A Doulton seriesware Uncle Toby bowls jug, printed factory mark to base, 18.5 cm high £50-100
157.    A pair of Staffordshire porcelain candlesticks, decorated with floral sprays against a green ground together with a Doulton cauldron Slaters patent plant pot and two bird figures £50-100
158.    An Indian bronze figure, modelled as a god praying on a square base, 7.5 cm high, a brass Indian bell with monkey god, a pewter candlestick and various other items of metalware £50-100
159.    An Intrepid Gearfly fishing reel, black enamel with chrome, 10.5 cm £50-100
160.    A collection of 20th Century ceramics and glass, including a footed Poole bowl, a Poole free form planter, a Susie Cooper ovoid vase no 540 and two glass fishermans weights etc £100-150
161.    A Chinese baluster vase and cover, blue and white decorated with children and figures in a landscape, signs of restoration to rim, 27 cm high together with a Chinese baluster sleeve vase with similar decoration and a Japanese cloisonne squat vase with Mount Fuji decoration £100-150
162.    A collection of early 20th Century postcards, some black and white, others coloured, relating to South America, including a few RPs including one of the Galapogos Island of ship in ice, others of British seaside towns and other examples £50-100
163.    Anne Irby, 20th Century, oil on board, Rotting Hulk, signed verso 30 cm x 40 cm £50-100
164.    An early 20th Century bronze comport, in the Renaissance style, from the Thames Ditton Foundry, 19 cm diameter x 16 cm high £100-200
165.    A 19th Century cordial glass, with a turned stem, a large rummer, a Masonic Stewart Lodge Beaker, a small faceted wine glass, a soda glass rummer and four champagne bowls £50-100
166.    A pair of continental blue and white vases, a smaller example, various other blue and white including Jasperware teapot and biscuit barrel £50-100
167.    A Thames Ditton Foundry bronze plaque, of rectangular form with moulded frieze of gypsy bare back riders, 15 cm x 35.5 cm together with another bronze plaque of farmer and oxon ploughing a field, 5.5 cm x 14.5 cm £120-180
168.    A Newlyn School early 20th Century watercolour, portrait study, woman mending the nets, marked Newlyn 1911 lower left, framed and glazed, 29 cm x 16.5 cm £100-150
169.    A set of four coloured lemonade glasses, four coloured liquor glasses and miniature painted glass with gilt decoration etc £50-100
170.    A collection of miniature Worcester blush ivory, including a tyg, pot and cover, small cups together with a large Worcester blue and white cup and saucer, a Crown Derby saucer and various other ceramics £100-150
171.    A large pair of Meiji period satsuma vases, with scroll twin handles and butterflies, 56.5 cm high £120-180
172.    A collection of napkin rings, a silver open faced fob watch, various items of costume jewellery etc, together with 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 (parcel) £50-100
173.    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
174.    A collection of 19th Century and later ceramics, including a moulded jug, a Portmeirion strawberry vase and other items £50-100
175.    A large collection of sea shells, to include conch, clam, starfish, etc (two boxes) £50-100
176.    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) £50-100
177.    A large quantity of framed 19th Century and later prints, mostly scenes of Winchester, one box £50-100
178.    A large quantity of 19th Century framed prints, one box £50-100
179.    A four piece silver plated tea set, chamber stick, and other items £50-100
180.    A quantity of miscellaneous treen items, including a nutcracker with hammer, a church offertory box, various tills, caiman head etc £50-100
181.    A late 19th Century stained pine child's sleigh, 47 cm long £50-100
182.    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) £180-220
183.    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 £50-100
184.    A case of Fabiano Classico wines, comprising of three bottles, Bardolino, Soave and Valpolicella, all in fitted wooden case £50-100
185.    Four bottles of 1994 Chassagne Montrachet wine, 1er Cru ''Grandes Ruchottes'', harvested and bottled by Bernard Moreau (4) £70-100
186.    Two bottles of Domaine Morey & Fils Chassagne-Montrachet, Les Chenevottres 1er Cru, 1988 (2) £50-100
187.    A bottle of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 1973 Reserve wine, produced and bottled by Robert Mondavi Winery £70-100
188.    A bottle of 1987 Domaine Du Paradis Sancerre wine, together with a bottle of Clos Saint-Georges Graves Superieures Sweet 1987 (2) £50-100
189.    A bottle of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 1974 Reserve wine, produced and bottled by Robert Mondavi Winery £50-100
190.    A case of Gerard Bertrand Cigalus Blanc 2000, complete in the unopened wooden case £50-100
191.    Four bottles of Gosset Grand Rose Brut Champagne, the four small bottles in original wooden case, originally would have had six bottles £100-200
192.    English School 20th century, watercolour 'Marquis of Granby Inn' 57 cm X 74 cm £50-100
193.    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 £100-150
194.    English School 19th century, oil on canvas, lake scene, monogramed lower right WT dated 1896, 40 cm X 60 cm £50-100
195.    Four bottles of Trinity Hill Chardonnay wine, Hawkes Bay by John Hancock, 2006 (4) £50-100
196.    A bottle of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 1973 Reserve, produced and bottled by Robert Mondavi Winery £70-100
197.    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) £50-100
198.    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, together with 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 £100-150
199.    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 £50-100
200.    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
201.    A 19th century Derby figure, of a gentleman dandy with a basket of flowers on rococo base AF 26.5 cm H, together with a 19th century brocage figure group, as a piper in 18th century dress, possibly Samson, gold anchor mark verso 22.5 cm H, plus 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
202.    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
203.    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
204.    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
205.    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
206.    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
207.    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
208.    A Crown Devon art deco cake plate, with chromed handle, a similar Shelley example and two other art deco plates (4) £50-100
209.    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
210.    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
211.    An oval portrait of a Spanish gentleman, after Velasquez together with an ivorine miniature portrait of Jesus Christ £50-100
212.    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
213.    An art deco Mintons tete a tete, with banded turquoise bodies heightened in silver, af to saucer £50-100
214.    A collection of Royal Doulton figurines, Staffordshire comports, cranberry glass and various other 19th and 20th Century ceramics £50-100
215.    Victorian School, genre study oil on card, a portrait study in mourning of young mother and adolescent son standing on parquet floor with yorkshire terrier to feet against an ornate floral embroidered curtain within an ornate gilt frame encased within a rosewood and glazed mount, image size 44cm x 32 cm, max size 65.5 cm x 54 cm £800-1200
216.    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
217.    EMS, 20th Century, watercolour, country cottage with children and hens, monogrammed lower left, 21 cm x 30 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
218.    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
219.    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 £1000-1500
220.    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. £1000-1500
221.    An Adderley's Ltd art deco jug and basin wash set, with stylised fruit and mauve rim together with another Stafffordshire dressing table wash set and a blue and white gazunder £50-10
222.    A collection of miscellaneous items, including a Royal Doulton globular vase, a Staffordshire spaniel, an antler carved whistle, a brass fob watch container, pewter plate etc £50-100
223.    A Vienna style regulator clock, with broken swan neck pediment and resin eagle, enamelled chapter ring, roman numerals £50-100
224.    A 19th Century walnut eight day mantel clock, with brass face and arabic numerals, 47 cm high together with an oak domed eight day mantel clock £50-100
225.    A brass and glass 19th Century oil lamp, with opaque glass shade and another with reproduction citrine frosted glass shade £50-100
226.    Three Royal Doulton Snowman figures, one money box DS19, A Thank You Snowman DS4 and a Cowboy Snowman DS6 £50-100
227.    A Royal Worcester figure, Thursdays Child Has Far to Go £50-100
228.    A Lladro figure of sleeping girl with her Teddy Bear, and two Nao figures of children £50-100
229.    A Beswick figure group, Indian Brave atop horse £50-100
230.    Beswick horses, comprising three ponies and a model of a shire (4) £100-200
231.    Two Beswick palamino horses, together with a grey stallion marked Welsh M and a Sylvac pony (4) £100-200
232.    A dapple grey Beswick horse, together with a matt black Beswick horse (2) £100-200
233.    Two Beswick equestrian figures, including a Huntsman atop horse (af) and a Jockey marked 24 £100-200
234.    An American ansonia slate mantel clock, of architectural shape with marble decoration, white enamel face and roman numerals, 44 cm x 35 cm x 14 cm £50-100
235.    A 19th Century mahogany single fusee wall clock, with brass movement and stained beech case in need of restoration together with an oak eight day mantel clock, an ebonised example with drum movement and two others £100-200
236.    A near pair of late 19th Century shisha pipes, the brass and enamel mounted oval reservoirs supporting hardwood and inlaid pewter stems of turned form with all over inlaid geometric design (2) Stands 33 cm high, stems 68 cm high £400-600
237.    A collection of world and British coins £50-100
238.    A collection of drapers and tailors scissors, comprising four large cloth scissors, one by Wilkinsons, and two gentlemans tailoring books one for alterations by T H Holding. Another Cutting from Block Patterns £150-250
239.    A 19th Century Wedgwood stoneware Maude pattern dinner service, comprising twelve dinner plates, ten lunch plates, eleven side plates, ten soup bowls, circular tureens and tureens and stands and four graduated oval platters £150-250
240.    A collection of modern 20th Century ceramics, including a Lladro figure of an elegant lady with parasol, five Hummel figures, a Royal Doulton Meditation HN 2330 figure and other items £80-120
241.    An Alfred Meakin burgandy and gilt border dinner service, with soup bowls, tureens, sauce boats etc £50-100
242.    A Royal Worcester Lavinia part tea service, together with a part set of Royal Albert months of the year trios £50-100
243.    A set of five engraved wine glasses, depicting game birds together with three diamond engraved wildlife goblets and a Dartington candlestick £50-100
244.    An Ansonia mantel clock, with eight day brass movement and enamel face with roman numerals in an ornate oak frame, 47 cm high together with an art deco walnut mantel clock 21 cm high (2) £50-100
245.    Own Bowen, ROI, 20th Century, still life on board, two examples, both floral, 14.5 cm x 12 cm and 12 cm x 14.5 cm, signed, both framed £200-300
246.    A Royal Doulton six place tea service, Tonkin pattern, six cups and saucers, side plates and a bread and butter plate £50-100
247.    Three 19th Century Japanese ivory carved netsukes, one modelled as a monkey god carrying a young female assisted by another mythical creature of human form with horns, 3.5 cm high, a signed example of an elder samurai seated with a mythical horned monkey by his feet, 4 cm high and another of a large carp surmounted by a man trying to wrestle him, 4.5 cm (af) £200-300
248.    A 19th Century bohemian blue glass ewer, of tapered form with gilt leaf and floral decoration on a spreading circular foot, 25 cm high £50-80
249.    A festival of Britain 1951 silk scarf, centred with Festival Hall and the Skylon, 82 cm square together with a Festival of Britain brooch, silvered picture, three coins and an HMV gramophone record £50-100
250.    A collection of pens and pencils, and other reading and writing equipment including a cornelian swivel fob, an agate miniature fob, a Swan gold nibbed fountain pen and various other items £100-150
251.    A collection of miscellaneous items, including Edwardian pencil cases with transfer prints of the Houses of Parliament, a travelling multitool, a quantity of early 20th Century novels and prayer books, a veterinary surgeons set, cut throat razor etc £50-100
252.    A trench art letter opener, a burr maple snuff box, a naval officers sword letter opener, girl guides penknife and other items £50-100
253.    A George V silver and mother of pearl fruit knife, two early 20th Century mother or pearl penknives with multi tools, a horn cased example and two others £50-100
254.    A 19th Century cranberry glass scent bottle and stopper, the hexagonal body with shaped sides on a spiral colourless base, 15 cm high £50-100
255.    An Edward VII silver and tortoiseshell hair comb, an early 20th Century ivorine example and another in plastic, five bone prisoner of war carved novelty items including a rolling pin, cricket bat, knife etc and a mother of pearl handled manicure set £50-100
256.    Five early 19th Century paper, bone and tissue fans, and a collection of ivorine and bone fans together with a papier mache and mother of pearl box and an embroidered box £100-150
257.    A pair of Chinese Peking knot sleeve rolls, with embroidered bat and sword and shield design, a Chinese embroidered summer weight panel with Earth and dragons, a satin embroidered floral orange silk dress together with an embroidered tablecloth, silks, Chinese scraves and other items of embroidery £300-500
258.    A pair of embroidered silk stockings, a pair of satin gloves, various lace handkerchiefs, borders and other textiles £50-100
259.    A Roland Ward ostrich hide lady's handbag, of triangular shape with gilt metal fittings £50-100
260.    An art deco Chinese embroidered evening bag, with floral carved ivory finial, a Chinese white metal and enamel framed cloth petit point lady's bag with silk lining, a Japanese silk example and a European purse £120-180
261.    An early 19th Century Chinese ivory twin handled vase and cover, with all over carved decoration of figures, in a hierarchical structure with domestic figures to lower section rising through figures in pagodas, seated at tables, women and men with fans to the upper section depicting people at play including girl on swing towards two neck decorated panels of sages with gourds and travellers, flanked by two lion mask handles supporting circular rings, the lid with carved shell and fish and vase below a pierced pagoda decorated with figures, the base having wax seal on a hardwood inlaid stand, 56 cm max high £3000-5000
262.    A Rio de Janeiro twin handled mahogany butterfly wing tray, 72 cm x 43 cm together with three conch shells (4) £50-100
263.    A large twelve frame stainless steel honey extractor, on played supports, by Thomas, 122 cm high £150-250
264.    An oak miniature long case clock, with brass German movement of drum form, over wound, 42.5 cm high £50-100
265.    Two 18th Century pewter circular trays, 46 cm and 40 cm diameter, a 19th Cenutry hot water jug and a modern half pint. £50-100
266.    A 19th Century large family bible £50-100
267.    A 19th Century character toby jug, modelled as Admiral Lord Nelson standing with tricorn hat, telescope to one arm, union flag draped behind canon, 28 cm high £50-100
268.    A peacock wrought iron and coloured glass fire screen, 84 cm high x 77 cm max £50-100
269.    An Edwardian Staffordshire pottery vase, in the Chinese taste, having blue ground with florally decorated panels outlined in gilt, marked HJ or AJ to base, 41.5 cm high £50-100
270.    A Portmeirion pottery ovoid vase, together with a LSA glass candlestick on wooden base, set of four coffee cup and saucers, two mutard pots and a sculptural vase £50-100
271.    Joanne Panayi, contemporary, resin sculpture, limited edition Lady Marmalade, 34 cm high with COA £100-150
272.    A burr walnut and oak jewellery box, with fitted interior, 29 cm wide £50-100
273.    A set of twelve Royal Doulton hand cut crystal glasses, together with a set of six John Rocha Waterford white wine glasses in original case £200-250
274.    A pair of 19th Century Staffordshire porcelain figures, modelled as Shakespeare and Milton, each figure standing leaning on a pillar representing their great works, Milton against Adam and Eve being cast out of paradise and Shakespeare against busts of royalty, underglazed blue cross swords to base, 25 cm high together with a Graingers Worcester reticulated cup (3) £50-100
275.    A Royal Doulton twelve place setting blue and white patterned tea service, heightened in gilt comprising, cups, saucers, side plates, two bread and butter, milk jug and a sugar bowl £100-150
276.    Five Royal Doulton figurines, comprising Marie HN 1370, Dinky Do HN 1678, Elaine HN 2791, Autumn Breezes HN 1911 and Sara HN 3308 together with two Carltonware dishes, various commorativeware and a Doulton Burslem blue children mug £100-150
277.    A Rosenthal twelve place setting tea service, with red transfer printed Russian style decoration £100-150
278.    A Wedgwood blue and white dressing table set, the oval shaped jars and covers upon an oval tray with a small matching pin tray together with a Jasperware style Adams vase depicting the four seasons and another of frolicking classical maidens £50-100
279.    An art deco 'The Angle Poise' lamp, by Herbert Terry & Sons Redditch £50-100
280.    A Shorter & Sons part fish serving set, comprising six fish shaped plates, two large fish shaped serving plates and a sauce boat modelled as a fish £50-100
281.    A cased Waterford decanter set, with six matching sherry glasses and a cut glass decanter in a red fitted case £50-100
282.    A marble pestle and stoneware mortar, with fruitwood handle, 31.5 cm diameter £50-100
283.    A celadon Wedgwood part dinner service, comprising various twin handled soup bowls, two milk jugs, coffee pot and oval platter £50-100
284.    A Chinese bronze brush pot, of circular form surmounted with three rams below a decorative shoulder and geometric rim, 5.5 cm high £100-150
285.    A Chinese jade pierced plaque, decorated with floral design, 10.5 cm x 8 cm on a hardwood stand, max 19 cm high £50-100
286.    A Chinese bronze figure group, of two acrobats with musical instruments, 6 cm x 7 cm together with a Chinese silver fingernail ornament, a middle eastern inlaid match box case and a beaker £50-100
287.    An art deco amber glass footed centrepiece, having large frosted flange rim, 37 cm diameter £50-100
288.    A late 19th Cenutry Chinese framed silk panel, comprising two sleeve bands sewn together within a decorative frame, 62 cm x 31 cm max £50-100
289.    Philip Gardiner, British, 20th Century, watercolour, farm buildings, signed lower left, framed and glazed, 26 cm x 36 cm £100-120
290.    Pauline Hearley, British, 20th Century, watercolour, Poppies, signed with initials to lower half, framed and glazed, 60 cm x 44 cm £100-150
291.    A pair of Meiji period Japanese bone shibiyama style panels, centre decorated with water bird surrounded by carved flowers and leaves on a black panel, signed to right hand side and left total length 76 cm x 45 cm (2) £100-150
292.    A pair of 19th Century Chinese ivory carved and pierced sleeve vases, with prunus trees and figures within a landscape, 8.5 cm high (2) £100-150
293.    A pair of art nouveau ovoid Royal Doulton, with tubelined stylised blue apple blossom decoration, by Frank Butler?, 27 cm high, hairline crack to one £50-100
294.    A collection of silver and silver gilt pictures, two coastal scenes, another of the devil, two Greek silver icons including St George and another etc (7) £100-200
295.    A collection of commemorative RAF mugs, from Danbury Mint and others commemorating the Red Arrows, Sopwith Camel, Dambusters and others etc £50-100
296.    A collection of sixteen Wedgwood Clarice Cliff plates, including Tulip, Summer House, Monsoon etc £100-150
297.    A collection of shells, including clam, conch and others £50-100
298.    An East African beadwork panel, a hardwood table, two carved figures one with phallic design, a pair of carved ebony elephant bookends and others in the lot £50-100
299.    Charles S Moltram, 19th Century, English School, watercolour, Pulling in the Fishing Boats, signed lower left, framed and glazed, 43 cm x 65 cm together with a 20th Century drypoint etching by George Fous of a river scene with sailing boat and trees, signed in pencil lower right, 34 cm x 49.5 cm (2) £50-100
300.    Cyrus Boult, 19th Century, Oil on canvas, Ennerdale Lake, 1885, signed lower left and dated, in gilt frame, 40 cm x 60 cm £50-100
301.    A six place setting Royal Albert 'Old Country Roses' tea service, with bread and butter plates, bells,comports and various other items £50-100
302.    A 19th Century Copeland Spode Italian Garden blue and white platter, of octagonal shape, together with a small quantity of silver plated flatware £50-100
303.    A quantity of porcelain and pottery bird figures, mostly continental £50-100
304.    Fourteen Beswick models of birds, including stonechat, chaffinch, nuthatch, grey wagtail, two bluetits, robin etc £50-100
305.    A quantity of model bird figures, in porcelain, pottery, horn and other materials £50-100
306.    A Beswick model of a parrot, model 930, together with a Beswick Budgie 1217, two 19th Century Naples porcelan bird figures, a Beswick penguin and two Crown Staffordshire comical porcelain bird figures etc £50-100
307.    A 19th Century continental porcelain twin handled cabinet tray, with floral sprays heightened in gilt, 47 cm together with a German 1901 dated dressing table porcelain tray heightened in gilt, 29 cm, another similar, 32 cm and five other items £50-100
308.    A collection of reptile skins, including python, caiman, crocodile etc £50-100
309.    A 19th Century English School watercolour, boats on an estuary, initialled and dated 1892 lower right, 13.5 cm x 20 cm together with a water colour of The Victory, artist initialled and dated 1900 lower right, 7 cm x 17 cm and three other maritime pictures £50-100
310.    A collection of table linen, including Damask and lace £50-100
311.    A 1950s screen printed house smock, by Avenus, a waist length Francis Fur mink, a Maxwell Croft lambswool waist length jacket £50-100
312.    A set of four graduated Wade blended scotch whisky Bells decanters, with contents together with a commemorative Wade decanter of Bells Scotch Whisky for the Elizabeth II 60th 1986, a set of five Natwest pigs and a crested china cricket bat with the Salisbury crest. £50-100
313.    A collection of rock specimens, including marble, quartz, granite, iron, stalagmite and others (three boxes) £50-100
314.    A Royal Worcester blush ivory garniture, comprising a large bulbous twin handled vase, with central floral design heightened in gilt, puce mark to underside Rdno 145757, 31 cm high flanked by a pair of blush bulbous bottle vases with central floral sprays heightened in gilt, puce marks to base having Rdno 270098, 27 cm high (3) £200-300
315.    A Ruskin pottery yellow lustre vase, with impressed mark to underside and dated 1913, 22 cm high together with a New Chelsea Staffordshire ginger jar and cover, set of six Staffordshire Iris pattern plates and two others £50-100
316.    A pair of early 20th Century Chinese vases, decorated with figures within a garden, 25 cm high together with a pair of imari plates and another Japanese plate £50-100
317.    A pair of 19th Century cranberry bowl wine glasses, having etched rims together with a Royal Brierley studio pink lustre bowl and another glass £50-100
318.    A Strathearne mottled vase, a midsummer glass makers paperweight and other items of glassware £50-100
319.    A large continental Carlsbad porcelain tea, coffee and dinner service, compromising six cups, saucers and side plates, six coffee cans, teapot, coffee pot, cream and milk jug, setting for six dinner service with a transfer printed floral design £100-200
320.    A collection of souvenir boxes, including an early 1900s example, a collection of Russian papier mache boxes, and two silver plated dishes £50-100
321.    C S Scott, 19th Century, watercolour, Twickenham Ferry, signed to border and dated 1837, framed and glazed, image 20 cm x 26.5 cm £50-100
322.    Three 19th Century botanical watercolours, one signed lower right, Shelbourne, another of fuschias etc £50-100
323.    A collection of copper, brass metalware, including a spirit kettle and stand, a brass charger, a collection of copper ashtrays, brass trivets etc £50-100
324.    Two 20th Century bronze figures of the Indian God Ganesh, 12 cm high each, together with a later casting of an Indian female God standing on one leg, 18 cm high £100-200
325.    An art deco butterfly wing framed picture, depicting a fashionable couple dancing, signed lower left Dawson, 29 cm x 44 cm £50-100
326.    A 1970s Galaxy perspex table lamp, with fibre optic light £50-100
327.    William Blake, 1757-1827, engraving with mezzotint, Mrs Q, stained to left, framed and glazed, image size, 33 cm x 23 cm £50-100
328.    A collection of European and World hats, including an Australian Akubra cattleman, an American New Orleans, three Alpine Austrian felt hats and others, all of large sizes £50-100
329.    A John Speede 17th Century Surrey map, double framed, later coloured, described and divided into hundreds, 40 cm x 52 cm £150-250
330.    Margaret Bernard (Exh. 1883-1924), watercolour, figures on a bridge, with fishing rod, signed lower right, re-framed with label verso, 33 cm x 25 cm £100-150
331.    Three early 20th Century English School watercolours, various subject matters including Burgh Island South Devon 24 cm x 33 cm, Ruined Abbey dated 1919, 15 cm x 24 cm, W Tovley cottage scene, 36 cm x 26 cm and a signed print by Clive Madgwick, Sudbury Market (4) £100-150
332.    Continental School, two watercolours, continental street scenes comprising H Schafer Morlaix France, 23 cm x 19 cm together with S Gervais Paris scene, 28 cm x 37 cm (2) £100-150
333.    Robert Mordan 18th Century later coloured map of Suffolk, framed and glazed, 36 cm x 43 cm together with a reproduction of a 17th Century map, 38 cm x 51 cm £100-150
334.    John Speede, 17th Century, later coloured map of Norfolk, with the arms of flourishing noble families, double framed, 39 cm x 51 cm £150-250
335.    Contemporary, Scottish School, oil on canvas, Loch Scene, signed lower right, 60 cm x 90 cm £50-100
336.    A Victorian reproduction map of the City of London, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, framed and glazed, printed by Edward Weller, 46 cm x 126 cm £100-150
337.    George Lucas, English School, early 20th Century, watercolour and pastel, harvest time, signed lower right, 60 cm x 96 cm £150-250
338.    19th Century, English School, watercolour, rural scene with coastal landscape, framed and glazed, 48 cm x 59 cm £100-150
339.    Walter Godsmith, 20th Century, watercolour, summer street scene, label verso, framed and glazed, 52 cm x 36 cm £50-100
340.    Claude Hayes, English School, late 19th Century, watercolour, coastal farmer on horseback with wife and dog, signed lower left, framed and glazed, 32 cm x 41 cm £50-100
341.    James Simpson Alderson, (1856-1948), watercolours, Industrial street scene 34 cm x 24 cm together with a cottage scene, 21 cm x 28.5 cm labels verso (2) £50-100
342.    R Alister & Co oak copper bound stick stand, of hexagonal form, 51 cm high together with a copper wash dolly and a brass tray (3) £50-100
343.    Alex Mortimer, pair of maritime etchings, dated 1887, with proof stamps to border, one signed, 36 cm x 46 cm (2) £50-100
344.    English School, 19th Century, oil on canvas, rural scene, sheep dipping, early summer, 47 cm x 82 cm £100-150
345.    English School, 19th Century, oil on canvas, figure in a hillside landscape, in oak frame, 46 cm x 30 cm £50-100
346.    A Whistler print, seated gentleman, monogrammed mid right, 24 cm x 18 cm, together with a study of a classical bust, oil on board indisctinctly signed to top right WM and dated 79 with impressed oval stamp to lower left af, 50 cm x 43 cm and oil on canvas study, Virgin Mary with hands clasped together, London canvas, framed, 50 cm x 38 cm (3) £100-150
347.    An art deco screen print, still life vase of flowers, signed indistinctly verso, 74 cm x 61 cm £50-100
348.    Barry Hilton, 20th Century, oil on canvas, Victorian night street scene with carriage, signed lower right, 51 cm x 77 cm £100-150
349.    A group of 18 British and Overseas Fire Badges, including London Fire Brigade, Leicester City Fire Brigade, Dublin, Golden Express Security, ARP, NFS, Luton Airport, Russian examples etc (18) £60-100
350.    An assortment of Welsh and Overseas Fire badges, comprising Romanian 5,10,15 and 20 Years Service, Auckland, New Zealand, New South Wales, Warrinton, RAF Crash Fire Rescue etc (17) £60-100
351.    A collection of fire badges, to include Singapore, Queensland, USAF, ACT, plus a Fire Dept WA. Fire-fighter Tacoma badge, a pair of yellow metal PCI collar pins and more (21) £60-100
352.    A 1951 red painted metal fire bucket, marked GR Regina with crown and date to the base, together with two pairs of fire-fighters yellow waterproof trousers (3) £30-50
353.    An assortment of British Fire badges and buttons, comprising 25 badges, including Greater Manchester, Devon, Hampshire, Wiltshire, East Riding County, Warwickshire, Gwent etc (32) £60-100
354.    A collection of 20 British Fire Badges, to include Durham, Norfolk, Bedfordshire, London, East Ham, Ministry of Defence Civil Aviation etc (20) £60-100
355.    An assortment of Fire Helmet and other badges, including New South Wales, USAF, Air Force Dept, Swansea, Surrey etc (18) £60-100
356.    A group of British City and County Fire Badges, comprising Plymouth, Hartlepool, Kingston Upon Hull, Blackburn, Doncaster, Caernarvon etc (20) £60-100
357.    A collection of framed and loose Fire Brigade cloth badges, British and Overseas, including Florida, New York, New Zealand, York, Texas, ACT, Queensland and many more (parcel) £50-80
358.    An Elizabeth II WD Fire Service Badge, together with a selection of Fire badges, including Invicta, City of Southampton, Westmorland, Oxfordshire, Central, Northern, Wolverhampton Fire and Ambulance Service etc (20) £60-100
359.    A selection of Welsh Fire Service badges, including Anglesey, Clwyd, South Glamorgan, Dyfed, Gwent, Carns-Cards Joint, Cardiff etc (20) £60-100
360.    An assortment of World and British Fire badges, comprising Copenacre, Dar Es Salaam, London Salvage, Darlington, Holland County, Belfast Airport etc (20) £60-100
361.    A group of British Fire badges, to include, Barrow-in-Furness, Bath, Northern Ireland, Cumberland , Northampton etc (21) £60-100
362.    A large collection of British Fire button, the 48 pairs of buttons, comprising one large and one smaller, including North Yorkshire, Grampian, MAC, Tyne and Wear, BRFB, Cumbria etc, all in glazed display case (parcel) £60-100
363.    An assortment of 20 British and Overseas Fire badges, including Isle of Scilly, Warrington, Brighton, Russian examples etc (20) £60-100
364.    A collection of British City and County Fire badges, comprising Isle of White, Dudley, Southend Airport, Pembrokeshire, U.K.A.E.A, Fire Prevention etc (20) £60-100
365.    40 British Fire badges, to include Lothian and Borders, Royal Berkshire, Teeside, Glasgow, North and South Yorkshire, Great Yarmouth etc (40) £120-180
366.    A selection of 20th Century British Fire badges, including East and West Manchester, British Fire, Glasgow, Merseyside, Huntingdon and Peterborough etc (20) £60-100
367.    A collection of Fire Brigade related ephemera, including trade cards, a novelty pocket watch, tie pin, top trumps etc, together with a selection of cigarette cards none fire related (parcel) £40-60
368.    A collection of English and Scottish Fire badges, including Fife, Perth & Kinross, Larnarkshire, Berkshire & Reading, Newcastle and Gateshead etc (40) £120-180
369.    An assortment of Fire badges, comprising Belfast, Grimsby, London, Norfolk etc (20) £60-100
370.    A group of late 20th Century Fire badges, the group of 40 badges of various British City and County Fire Departments, including County of Avon, ARP, Barnsley, Fife, Greater Manchester etc (40) £120-180
371.    Three vintage brass and copper fire hose nozzles, one by Shand Mason & Co, all of different sizes and shapes (3) £30-50
372.    Two Fire Brigade silver medals, awarded to 4987 FIREMAN EDWARD VICKERS, comprising the National Vire Brigades Association Long Service medal with 20 years clasp, and Association of Professional Fire Brigade Officers for Long Service medal, with 10 years clasp, dated 1934 (2) £60-100
373.    A collection of British and Overseas Fire badges, including Canadian, Norwegian, Australian, American etc, plus a few buttons (40) £120-180
374.    An assortment of 40 British City and County Fire badges, comprising British Aerospace, Hampshire, Hereford and Worcester, Cranfield Fire and Rescue, State of Guernsey, Essex, Rochdale etc (40) £120-180
375.    A London County Council (L.C.C) Fire Brigade Good Service medal, together with a Fire Service Long Service medal, both awarded to STN OFFR WILLIAM E S CROSSLEY, together with another awarded to FIREMAN ALFRED F SUTTON, plus a WWII Defence medal (4) £100-150
376.    A London Fire Brigade Coronation medal 1911, awarded to FIREMAN S.J.W. WELLS, together with a selection of three Coronation and Jubilee medals, including a London County Council Metropolitan Fire Brigade 1897 medal awarded to WILLIAM H TRICE, an L.C.C.M.F.B King Edward VII Coronation medal awarded to ROBERT ANTHONY, plus a 1935 Jubilee medal, 1937 Coronation medal and a 1953 Coronation medal (6) £150-250
377.    A good selection of Fire badges, including Civil Aviation, Luton International Airport, West Ham, Cornwall, Melbourne, Cleveland County etc (40) £120-180
378.    A group of seven Fire Brigade medals, comprising a Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Cross, a Surrey Fire Brigade Association Ten Year Service Star, a National Fire Brigade Union bronze Ten Year medal, and an unmarked example, plus three Birmingham Fire Brigade Competition medal, five medals being silver (7) £50-80
379.    A varied collection of Fire badges, including various British Airport badges, NFS, Fire Cadet, Soke of Peterborough, AFS etc (40) £120-180
380.    Two silver National Fire Brigade Union Long Service medals, one awarded to C THOMPSON - HELSBY CABLE WORKS 1916, having 20 Years clasp, the other unnamed to medal with original certificate named HENRY HEALES, having one 20 years clasp and three 5 years clasps, together with five bronze examples, each having clasps, three being engraved to reverse (7) £100-150
381.    A silver H.U.D.C Fire Brigade 10 year Service and Good Conduct medal, together with a John Chard Decoration medal, two Fire Brigade Long Service medals, one for Birmingham (named), the other Glasgow, a Leith Special Fireman Volunteer medal 1914-19, and a Clarico Fire Brigade medal, two with cases, (6) £80-120
382.    An assortment of Fire Department badges, including two personal badges, one for New Mexico, plus various British Airports, Liverpool, Shell Haven, Air Force Dept etc (41) £120-180
383.    Two Fire badge presentation sets, one for Welsh Departments and the other for Buckinghamshire, together with two sets of five Welsh badges and a Fire badge reference book (parcel) £60-100
384.    A group of five Overseas Fire Brigade medals, including a New Zealand Nelson City Council 5 Year Volunteer Long Service medal, dated 1917 (named), a Nigerian Meritorious Service medal, Nigerian Long Service and Good Conduct medal, south African Long Service and Good Conduct medal, plus a City of Cape Town Long Service medal with 5 and 10 years clasps (5) £60-80
385.    A London Fire Brigade Good Service medal 1928, awarded to FIREMANF.FULKER, together with a silver Richmond Fire Brigade 10 years service medal (named), a B.F.S.A medal (named), London Private Fire Brigade Association medal, plus four National Fire Brigade Association medals, one silver, all with clasps, three named (8) £120-180
386.    A group of British and Overseas Fire Brigade medals, to include Defence medal, Civil Defence Long Service medal for the AFS, French 25 and 30 Years Service medal, two Bavarian 25 Years Service medals, Hungarian 1884 5 Years Service medal, German Third Reich Decoration of Merit, German 20 Years Service and a Hungarian 20 Years Service medal (9) £150-250
387.    A vintage Minimax 4CW fire extinguisher, the cream painted body with original sticker to front and top, complete with wall bracket (2) £40-60
388.    An assortment of Masonic items of R.D.Atkinson, comprising knee high leather dress boots (Knights of St John), black gown, a silver jewel, sashes, approns books and more (parcel) £60-100
389.    An 18ct gold Masonic jewel awarded to R.W.M.R.D.Atkinson, dated 1912-13, Lodge of St John, No.1072.S.C.Bangkok, 38.6g £500-700
390.    A collection of Buffalo items, including ROH cuffs, certificate, a collar with numerous gilt jewels, a 9ct gold jewel (approx 15g), numerous silver and silver gilted jewels and more (parcel) £300-400
391.    An Honourable Artillery Company London peak cap, having bullion bomb and gilt naming badge to the front, bullion to the peak, by Hobson Hons, together with another similar (2) £40-60
392.    A General Staff Mess Dress Uniform, comprising jacket by Glover & Riding, waistcoat, trousers, three peak caps by Gieves & Hawkes, Cardinal Cap Co Ltd and Patey, plus a pair of black leather boots (parcel) £200-250
393.    A German Army M35 single decal helmet, the grey painted helmet with the National Colour decal to one side, with original leather liner and chin strap, possibly reproduction £40-50
394.    A British olive green battledress, having Crowned RLR button and tank cloth badge to the sleeve, together with modern Man's Uniform jacket, by H Edgard & Sons Ltd, plus three men's olive green jersey jumpers (5) £40-60
395.    A British No.1 Dress jacket, in blue, by Hobson & Son, having crown cloth badge to arm, together with a Royal Army Service Corps jacket, also in blue, together with a USAAF Greatcoat in blue, having US Air force buttons, together with a USAAF Staff Sergeant jacket (4) £40-60
396.    A 20th Century Sea Scouts cap and ribbon, together with a Royal Naval Pith helmet, by Gleves Ltd, and a Bates polo helmet (3) £30-50
397.    A WWII Waffen SS Side cap, having eagle and Swastika badge and also skull badge, possibly reproduction £30-50
398.    A Third Reich single decal helmet, black painted with eagle and swastika painted shield to one side, having 393 and 062 impressed to inside, missing liner £80-120
399.    A WWII M34 Double Decal Feuerschutz Polizei helmet, with makers mark to inside Vorschriftsmäßig, with leather liner, missing cone to top, with Swastika shield and eagle shield to either side £100-150
400.    A Royal Engineers Officer's Mess Dress uniform, short pattern scarlet tunic with navy facing and bullion 'Ubique' badges, having epaulettes for Colonel, with ERII buttons, comprising jacket, waistcoat, trousers, beret and side cap, together with a black Mess Dress with red collar, jacket, trousers and peak cap, plus a green battle dress, comprising jacket, trousers and beret, all Royal Engineers (parcel) £50-80
401.    A Victorian 1881 pattern British Royal Artillery Militia Lieutenant Colonel Mess Dress jacket and waistcoat, the black jacket having brass beading to the front, with decorative red and gold work to the cuffs, with crown and pip to the epaulettes, with the letter M, together with red waistcoat, both worn by a Field Officer, AF (2) £120-180
402.    An 1881 pattern Victorian Royal Artillery Dress Jacket, having decorative cuff lace decoration, large Royal Artillery buttons, with epaulettes for a Lieutenant Colonel, gold laced collar with bullion bomb badges, together with trousers and an Aiguillette (3) £200-300
403.    A 18th century leather brodie style helmet, the thick one piece leather helmet, in the shape of a modern style brodie helmet, having hole to back, AF £120-180
404.    A Post WWII Civil Defence Battle Dress, dated 1964, comprising jacket (size 10) and trousers (size 7), the jacket has multiple cloth badges to the sleeves, including Royal Observer Corps, rank insignia, also three medal ribbons to the breast one having metal rose £180-220
405.    A 1940 pattern battle dress by J.S.Thomson, dated 1944, complete with WD and broad arrow stamp to inner, comprising jacket and trouser, the size 12 jacket having Royal Army Service Corps cloth badges to the arms, together with a British Battledress 1937-61 book by Brian Jewell £200-300
406.    A modern Royal Tank Regiment dress uniform, the jacket by G.D Golding, having buttons and cloth badge to the arm, also with Iraq and Operational Service (Afghanistan) ribbons both with roses, complete with trousers (2) £50-80
407.    A WWII British Zuckermann helmet, dated 41, with leather liner, together with another, possibly American (2) £30-50
408.    A Royal Naval Commanders Jacket, by Gieves Ltd, owned by 2675 W.G Lockyer, dated to inside 27.3.50, W.G Lockyer was a Commander in the Royal Navy, he was stationed upon the HMS London, HMS Liverpool and HMS Aurora, later in his career he was awarded the OBE, together with two ship plaques (3) £50-80
409.    A Royal Naval cased Cocked Hat & Epaulettes, by Gieves Ltd, having gilt work to all three, both epaulettes with bullion anchors, in original fitted carry case, marked G.W.Alcock, R.N £120-180
410.    A pair of early 20th Century field glasses, by Kelvin, White & Hutton, 11 Billiter Street London, the brass body, having leather covering, partially painted black, marked to the eye pieces, 13.5cm in length extended £40-60
411.    A white metal top Naval swagger stick, the light wooden swagger stick, having white metal top with raised three mast galleon motif to terminal, approx 66cm long £30-50
412.    A WWII Kreigsmarine Lifebuoy, marked S.38, believed to be off one of the German E-Boats that was sunk in the English Channel, also marked with two Swastikas and the Third Reich eagle, complete with original rope, 72cm diameter £100-200
413.    A Winkworth bell, having electrical movement, together with a Henry Browne & Son Ltd hand held compass, No.24126/B (2) £40-60
414.    A WWI silver plated cigarette case, having stamped initials and date 'B.E.F. 1915-1916', with engraved signatures to front, including Norman Gutteridge, Clement Hopkins etc, together with a black and white photograph of Officers, possibly Fusiliers, a small selection of buttons, a miniature book and bible etc (parcel) £60-100
415.    A late 19th century/early 20th century large British Red Ensign flag, all hand stitched, marked 19x4.6, and Relyans & Lanhams Makers, approx 349cm by 180cm £50-80
416.    A vintage British Red Ensign flag, marked 3 to reverse, approx 270cm by 130cm, AF, together with an Atlantic Marine Vessel Emergency Reporting System pennant, the blue and white pennant with black AMVER lettering signifying 1 year, unmarked, approx 127cm by 69cm £60-100
417.    A one of a kind poster sold at the closing of Greenham Common American Airbase in 1991, signed by all of the Management Command Structure for the base including, Sgt Raymond Moss, Sgt Rush L Gross, Col Bob Riddick, and many more, this very interesting poster was originally bought at the Charity auction held at the closing of the base £100-200
418.    An interesting WWII plaque from HMS Implacable (R86), the cast iron plaque with hand painted lion head was taken from the main control tower in 1946 when the aircraft carrier became the Home Fleet's deck landing training carrier until 1950, then later decommissioned in 1954 £80-120
419.    A group of six Naval cap tallys, including HMS Belfast, HMS President, HMTS Alert, two with HMS and a German example 'Schlachtschiff Scharnhorst' (6) £40-60
420.    A pair of Colmont 9-Z Officer's field glasses, the black painted brass field glasses having serial number 36460, marked 8X M.G to the centre, with leather carpry strap and brother leather case (2) £50-80
421.    A pair of vintage driving/aviation goggles, having white metal rims with leather sides and elasticated strap, the goggles hinged to centre, in original brown cardboard box, together with a lead figure of a driver (2) £40-60
422.    An interesting WWII Nazi Concentration Camp Air Raid Precaution Leaflet, from the Bergen-Belsen Camp near Celle, the leaflet being in German and Russian, as the camp mainly consisted of Russian Prisoners, date 31st March 1943, the leaflet was translated by person who removed the leaflet, approx 19.5cm by 28.5cm, framed and glazed £50-100
423.    A Spitfire P8 gimble mounted compass, No. 18601 K, in original wooden carry case with strap £50-80
424.    A Boer War silk cushion cover, circa 1900, entitled 'The Absent Minded Beggar' with printed signature of artist R. Caton Woodville, 1899, the iconic image of the injured soldier surrounded by text and a swagger border with high ranking officers to each corner £100-150
425.    Hitler's Personal Standard from the Blohm & Voss State Yacht 'Grille', Hitler used to use this ship to take Eva Braun on cruises, this flag marked Reichsdrig 1.0x1.7, AF, the flag comes with a letter of correspondence from 1946 from the soldier that found the flag upon the luxury yacht £400-600
426.    A collection of Southwick related items commemorating D-Day, including coins, souvenir spoons, badges, an original plaster mould for a plaque, postcards and much more (parcel) £80-120
427.    A large collection of reporoduction issues of 'The War Papers', 1939-45, 90 issues, complete set £30-50
428.    A WWI Christmas tin, complete with card, tobacco and cigarettes, together with a small collection of Royal Welch Fusiler buttons, cards and a brass and copper bugle by George Potter & Co (parcel) £80-120
429.    A group of military related publications and booklets, to include a signed copy of Stalingrad by Antony Beevor, Military Anecdotes by Geoffrey Regan, Regulation Pamphlets, and more (parcel) £30-50
430.    A Great War Roll of Honour sheet, having names of Great Northern Railwaymen from Etwall station that lost their lives, 'Private R.C. Wright 2/7th Nth Derby Regt' killed in action 26.9.17, framed and glazed £40-60
431.    Two cased No.9 Mark 1 dial sights, marked O.S 127 M.A, complete in original cases with tripods (4) £80-120
432.    A Magnapole military type compass, by Short & Mason Ltd, with leather carry case, together with another military type compass, also with leather case (4) £40-60
433.    An assortment of WWI and WWII trench art shells, together with a collection of brass and copper items (parcel) £50-100
434.    An Adolf Hilter Christmas Thank you card, dated Christmas 1943, having Third Reich Symbol and Name to the top left, signed to the lower right £100-150
435.    A WWI Christmas tin, complete with card, together with RAF and Paratrooper cloth badges, an assortment of WWII The Camp Magazines 1915-1918, Prisoners of War in Germany Book and some medal ribbons (parcel) £50-80
436.    A collection of various aviation and other items, including a V1 gyroscope, 4017 Type microphone in box, D.C MkI and D.C.2 Ammeter, M.I.L No.2 and M.T.L.L No.2 MkII throat mircophones, Type DIII bomb release unit, plus other items (parcel) £70-100
437.    A collection of Regimental Coat of Arms letter heads, loose and stuck down in a folder, comprising Prince of Wales Volunteers, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 1st Brigade Yorkshire Artillery Volunteers, approx 300+, plus School letter heads and other items (parcel) £100-150
438.    An assortment of military related books, mainly uniform related, including overseas editions (parcel) £30-50
439.    A military issue Compass Magnetic Marching Mark I, marked with broad arrow, serial B280379 by T.G.Co.Ltd, together with another example (parcel) £40-60
440.    A WWI British Public Warning poster, depicting various silhouettes on German and British Airships to help the public familiarise themselve with friendly and enemy aircraft, printed by Sir Joesph Causton & Sons Ltd, under the Authority of His Majesty's Stationary Office, dated 1915, 86.9cm x 56.7cm £100-150
441.    A WWII National Notice of Security, from Prague 1944, the poster is in German and Slovak, marked 461 to the lower left, 86cm x 61cm, AF £70-100
442.    A WWII National Notice of Safety, in the work place and peace to the reason from the President of the Government Dr. Krejci, in German and Slovak, from Prague dated 1941, 103cm x 68cm, AF £80-120
443.    A WWII Czech Agricultural Council poster, from the Vice President to all farmers, telling them that they need to declare all of their crops and harvests, otherwise there will be a severe punishment, in German and Slovak, dated 1942, with original stamp, postage mark and address detail to the reverse, 95cm x 63cm, AF £70-100
444.    A WWII Governmental Accreditation Notice, outlining the changes in work since the communist form of Government adapted by Russia following the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, from Prague, dated 1945, in German and Slovak, 87vm x 61cm, AF £70-100
445.    A WWII Message to all farmers in the Czech, the message from the District Office in Caslav, telling the famrers that they must plant at least one poppy plant per square metre, the poster in German and Slovak, dated 1942, 63cm x 47cm, AF £60-100
446.    Two WWII Czech Tax Reminder Notice posters, both dated 1944, covering July to November, both in German and Slovak, with original stamp and stamp mark to the reverse, also signed by the sender, both 60cm x 42cm, AF (2) £100-150
447.    A National Security Notice from the Government of the Protectorate Guilds and the Moravia, given by the President of the Government Dr Krejci, dated 1941, in German and Slovak, 103cm x 68cm, AF £80-120
448.    A Czech Political Notice, regarding the War against Germany and Alliance with England and it's Allies, dated 1943, in Slovak, having the names of all the Ministers to the bottom, 43cm x 61cm, AF £70-100
449.    A WWII Czech Governmental Letter, dated 1945, addressed to the citizens, in Slovak, 32cm x 47cm, AF £50-80
450.    Two Czech Central Statistic Office posters, both for the Economic Governance, dated 1941 and 1942, both in German and Slovak, one large the other smaller, AF (2) £50-80
451.    Four Czech Central Statistic Office posters, all for various farming, including Fruit, Crops & Sowing, Pigs and Poultry, dated 1943 and 1944, in German and Slovak, AF (4) £100-150
452.    A WWII Calling for Fuel poster, the Governing Council of Judiciary is drawing the attention of the Nation, the restrictions on fuel and what the public have to do, in German and Slovak, dated 1942, 59cm x 42cm, AF £60-100
453.    A WWII period Employment Office poster, naming 22 people that have broken their contract of employment and could be punished, in German and Slovak, 63cm x 48cm, AF £60-100
454.    A Public Statement of Protectorate, informing the people of Czechoslovakia about Reinhard Haydrich, a High Ranking German Officer and a Main Architect of the Holocaust, in German and Slovak, dated 1943, 103cm x 68cm, AF £120-180
455.    A 1941 Public Notice of the Statement of the Czech Republic President, regarding the declaration of the Czech National Authorities, the help needed to the winter needs of the population and for the population to help, in German and Slovak, 95cm x 63cm, AF £80-120
456.    All for the European Union, a Public Meeting Notice, advertising a meeting to discuss Europe, with the title 'The Czechs and Today's Fight', the speaker being J. Marecek from Prague, in German and Slovak, dated 1944, 94cm x 63cm, AF £70-100
457.    Two WWII Execution posters, for Alois Machac and Karel Matousek, both dated 1942, 44cm x 32cm, AF (2) £80-120
458.    Two Country Planning Self Defense posters, one in German the other in Slovak, undated but of WWII period, 30cm x 42cm, AF (2) £60-100
459.    A WWII Czech National Notice, detailing the President of the Republic appointing a new Government, named to the bottom, President of the Government, Dr. Krejci, and other Staff, dated 1942, 103cm x 68cm, AF £80-120
460.    A WWII National Execution poster, listing names of traitors that have been making indiscriminate and fraudulent messages over the radio, each sentenced to death by the German Court in Prague and Brno, including Josef Beloubek, Hugo Jonas, Rudolf Mares, Alois Neliba and more, dated 1944, in German and Slovak, 61cm x 43cm, AF £120-180
461.    A WWII Reward poster, for the capture of Josef Valcik, one of the assassins of Heydrich, for the reward of 100,000 crowns, 31cm x 47cm, AF £200-300
462.    A WWII Czech propaganda poster, Vsechny zeny do boje ocheleb', roughly translated 'Use Women to Fight the Gaunlets', depicting a woman and young children, 63cm x 93cm, AF £150-250
463.    A WWII Czech propaganda poster, depicting a German soldier in front of a Red Cross and a landscape, with script 'Nas dar na nemecky cerveny kriz nas dik obrancum nasi vlasti', marked UR 471 to lower right, 60cm x 83cm, AF £150-250
464.    A WWII European Home Heating Notice poster, in German and Slovak, dated 1944, 61cm x 43 cm, AF £150-250
465.    A European propaganda poster, WWII period, depicting a large red hand with claws over a skyline, with the Russian hammer and sickle symbol, with text 'Zachvati-li Te Zahynes!', 85cm x 120cm, AF £150-250
466.    A group of seven reproduction WWII propaganda posters, to include 'Women of Britain Come Into The Factories, The Life-Line is Firm Thanks to the Merchant Navy, Let Us Go Forward together' and more (7) £50-100
467.    A WWII Third Reich War Merit Cross with Swords, having later clasp and modern chain, possibly reproduction £70-100
468.    A Third Reich Close Combat badge, marked FEC.W.E PEEKHAUS BERLIN, to reverse, with later pin, possibly reproduction £30-50
469.    A collection of various items, including a WWII Defence medal, a pair of silver ARP badge, a silver watch chain, military First Aid bandages, cloth badges etc, together with a selection of Scouting and Girl Guide badges, and a selection of bank notes (parcel) £60-100
470.    A Third Reich Iron Cross, having screw back, together with a Third Reich Armband, having RZM label to reverse, No. 410859, and a Third Reigh Eagle and Swastika breast badge, possibly reproduction (3) £50-80
471.    An assortment of badges and buttons, including a Royal Artillery, Royal Berkshire, Australian Commonwealth Military Forces, Reading University OTC, together with a selection of Boy Scout badges and buttons, plus a Boy Scout EMCA whistle (parcel) £100-150
472.    An interesting collection of AOC and RAOC badges and epaulettes, all from four generations of the Moore family within the army, two of which had MBE's, including badges from 1896-1918, 1918-46, 1952-1994 and more, plus a RAOC Warrant Officer Conductors bullion badge (parcel) £80-120
473.    An assortment of title, rank and collar badges, comprising Yorkshire Volunteers, Army Junior School of Music, Tanks Corps, Light Infantry, Kings Own Scottish Borders, Paratroopers, Death or Glory, Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Waterloo, Fire Officer, Rank Chevron, Warrant Officer, Army Cadet, RAMC, RAOC, Royal Corps of Transport, South Africa Airforce and more £80-120
474.    A collection of cloth and bullion Warrant Officer badges, including Women's Royal Army Corps, Royal Irish, and more, various ages, 90+ £50-80
475.    An assortment of cloth badges, including Armoured Infantry AFV Rarden Gunner, Army Air Compressed Diver, Electronic Surveillance Operator, Pioneer Guards, Observer AAC Half Wing, Royal Engineers Bomb Disposal, Piper Green for Highland Regt and more (parcel) £100-150
476.    A collection of trade and qualification badges, including A and B Class Tradesman, Mortarman, Queen's Own Highlanders Sporran, Marksman, Physical Training Instructor, Carpenter, Joiner and Wheelright, Royal Netherlands Army Chasse Regt, The Royal Hussars, Tank Corps, 4th-7th Royal Dragoon Guards, Fife and Forfar Yeomanry, 16th Queens Lancers, 15th -19th Kings Royal Hussars and more (parcel) £100-150
477.    Two folders containing a collection of military rank chevrons, comprising Lance Corporal, Corporal, Sergeant and Warrant Officer Class 2, 5 Bar Chevrons, all from various regiments (parcel) £50-80
478.    A collection of metal and cloth badges and buttons, to include two bullion Bisley 1931 and 1932 cloth badges, two Ministry of Supply, three various Forest School badges, one bullion, one cap badge and the other silver, and more (parcel) £60-100
479.    A German Third Reich Black Wound badge, together with a white metal Naval Wound badge, possibly reproduction (2) £50-80
480.    Three WWII Wound badges, comprising Gold, Silver and Black, each having the swastika scratched off, the silver and gold having flat backs, with the silver being marked 127, possibly reproduction (3) £30-50
481.    A group of three 1957 pattern German Wound badges, consisting of Black, Silver and Gold, all unmarked to reverse, together with Gold and Silver Wound badge lapel pins, possibly reproduction (5) £70-100
482.    Three WWII German Wound badges, including Gold, Silver and Black, all marked, the black marked L/36, the flat back silver and gold both marked 65, together with the silver and the black lapel pin, the silver being marked L/11, possibly reproduction (5) £200-250
483.    A trio of WWI German Wound badges, Black, Silver and Gold, none being marked, together with two WWI Wound badge lapels, Black and Gold, the black example being marked L/53, possibly reproduction (5) £70-100
484.    Two German Condor Legion Wound badges, comprising Black and Silver, both unmarked, together with a Gold example, marked K Wagner, Berlin 14 to reverse, possibly reproduction (3) £300-400
485.    Three German Cut out Wound badges, includes Black, Silver and Gold, gold example marked L/12 to the pin, together with a Black lapel pin, also unmarked, possibly reproduction (4) £100-150
486.    An assortment of WWI and later cap badges, to include the Grenadier Guards Machine Gun Regt 1917, Highland Light Infantry Assaye, London Rifle Brigade South Africa 1900-02, Artists Rifles, 1st Battalion 47A Lancashire Volunteers, Royal Dublin Fusiliers etc (31) £100-150
487.    A collection of cap badges and buttons, comprising Royal Scots Greys Waterloo, Highland Cyclist Battallion, a silver Royal Artillery, Queen's Own Yeomanry, Scottish Horse 1900, Home Guard, King's Own Malta Regiment etc (47) £120-180
488.    A large selection of cap badges, including Royal Scots Regt, Queen's Westminster Rifles 16th Bat County of London, Scots Guards, RASC, Royal Canadian Arm Service Corps, London Scottish, ATSm Small Arms School etc (42) £120-180
489.    A selection of 19th Century cap badges, to include SAS, WWII Fife and Forfar Yeomanry, Royal Scots Greys, Lancers Death or Glory, RASC, Intelligence Corp and more (43) £120-180
490.    A group of cap badges, comprising Berkshire Yeomanry (Hungerford) WWI, Rifle Brigade, Manchester Regt, Royal Green Jackets, South Lancashire Prince of Wales's Volunteers, Royal Military Acadeny Sandhurst, West Riding Regt and more (25) £100-150
491.    A large collection of cap badges, including Royal Highlanders Black Watch, 7th & 8th (Leeds Rifles) Battallions West Yorkshire, Kings Royal Rifles, Cameron Highlanders, King's Own Malta Regt, Seaforth Highlanders and more (48) £200-300
492.    A Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct medal, awarded to SS.122311 (PO.B.14253) J.G GOLDWELL. STO.1.R.F.R, together with a WWII pair awarded to J. 39738 C.J.P.MOORE A.B R.N, a WWII Defence medal and 1939-45 Star, a selection of various badges, plus 14 Naval cap ribbons, including HMS Peregrine, HMS Goldcrest, HMS Bulwark, HMS Ark Royal etc (parcel) £60-100
493.    An impressive group of Boer War and later medals and ephemera, including the Distinguished Flying Cross, 1939-45 Star, Air Crew Europe Star with France and Germany clasp, Defence medal and War medal with oak leaf, plus the miniatures, these were awarded to F/LT H.C.CLARK, 161799, dated 1944, also sold with the Queen's South Africa medal with three clasps (South Africa 1901 & 1902 and Cape Colony), this was awarded to his father 5119 PTE C.W.CLARK 12th RL LANCERS, as well as the Metropolitan Police Coronation 1911 medal, there also being his Masonic and other medals including the Europaisches Frontkapfer Ehrenzeichen Deutsches Sektion CEAC medal, given to Clark after he befriended and German soldier, the lot also including various ephemera relating to F/Lt H.C.Clark, including a letter signed by Barnes Wallace, a Parliamentary letter signed WC, Royal Canadian Airforce Pilot's Flying log, dated 1942-1952 of all of the flights that Clark took in various planes, including a Lancaster bomber, black and white photographs of Clarks Lancaster 'Lonesome Lola', reconnaissance photographs, images of his Squadron, bomb manufacturing and more, the 6th Squadron bullion cap badge, various other letters signed by A.E.L Mash, J.J Llewellin and J.B Wilson, ID Cards, Medical records, Aviators Certificate and much more (parcel) £5000-8000
494.    A framed and glazed OBE medal and certificate, the certificate from Queen Elizabeth to Joan Florence West, who was the Secretary to Deputy Chairman of the British Aerospace PLC, together with letter from Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood, St James's Palace, plus a British Empire Brooch and photograph of Joan with the medal (parcel) £120-180
495.    An Afghanistan medal, 1878-1880, awarded to B/518 PTE H.POCOCK 66TH FOOT, later converted into a brooch, having white metal surround with swivel hinge £800-1200
496.    A extensive WWII medal group, comprising War and Defence medal, the 1939-45 Star with Battle of Britain clasp, the Africa Star with 1st Army and North Africa 1942-45 clasps, the Burma Star with Pacific clasp, the Pacific Star with Burma clasp, the France and Germany star with Air Crew Europe clasp, the Atlantic Star with France and Germany clasp, the Air Crew Europe Star with Atlantic clasp, and the Italy Star (10) £50-100
497.    A Metropolitan Police Jubilee medal 1887, with 1897 clasp, awarded to INSPR C.HUBBARD P.DIVN, together with a Metropolitan Police Coronation medal 1902, unnamed, plus an Imperial Service medal with crown George VI, awarded to EDMUND EASTMAN LOTT, all on ribbons (3) £30-50
498.    A WWI Seaforth Highlanders pip and squeak medal group, awarded to 3350 PTE A.STATHAM. SEAFORTH (2) £70-100
499.    Two Royal Artillery Efficiency medals, both having Territorial bars, one George VI, awarded to 867704 BMBR.J.W.MATTHEWS.R.A,, the other Elizabeth II awarded to 1447394 SGT.J.L.SYMINGTON.R.A (2) £60-100
500.    A WWI Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry Duo, comprising War and Victory medal, awarded to 34557 PTE.H.F.NOYCE D.OF.CORN.L.I, together with his WWII Defence medal, and his Fire Service medal from the Andover Fire Service, including National Fire Brigade Association 20 Year medal (silver), having Twenty Year and two Five Year Clasps and National Fire Brigade Union 10 Year (bronze), having 10 Year and Five Year clasp, dated 1905 (5) £60-100
501.    A Queen's South Africa medal, with seven clasps, comprising South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902, Orange Free State, Transvaal, Relief of Ladysmith, Tugela Heights and Cape Colony, on ribbon, awarded to 2226 PTE C BAYLEY R.WELSH FUS £200-300
502.    A pair of Royal Welch Fusiliers WWI medals, including the War and Victory medals, awarded to 28308 PTE.R.WINSTANLEY. R.W.FUS, together with WINSTANLEY'S 10 year and 20 year Standish Works Fire Brigade medals, dated from 1902, one silver the other bronze (4) £80-120
503.    A Victorian Royal Naval Long Service and Good Conduct medal, 1875-77, with narrow suspender, on later ribbon, awarded to W.S DARTON P.O 2ND CL HMS VIVID £70-100
504.    A WWI Royal Staffordshire Fusiliers pair, comprising the Victory and the War medal, awarded to 61794 PTE J.H. WASON R.S.FUS, together with a Proficiency in Red Cross First Aid medal, also awarded to 36897 J.Wason (3) £70-100
505.    An Edward VII Territorial Force Efficiency medal, awarded to 84 PTE J.WHITE 10/ MANCH.REGT, together with a George V Efficiency medal with Territorial bar, awarded to 6393687 CPL.A.F.WOODCOCK. 5-R SUSS.R (2) £100-150
506.    A London County Council Metropolitan Fire Brigade 1902 Coronation medal, awarded to ALFRED J TOMLIN, together with his London Fire Brigade 1911 Coronation medal and London County Council Fire Brigade Long Service medal (3) £120-180
507.    A George V Territorial Force War medal, awarded to 1742 GNR.C.BAYLEY. R.A, on ribbon £80-120
508.    A WWI Royal Artillery trio medal group, comprising the Victory, War and 1914-15 Star, awarded to L-11791 BMBR.W.J.WADE R.A, framed and glazed (3) £70-100
509.    A Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct 2nd type medal, with Edward VII bear headed bust in Admiral uniform, awarded to 169433 H.W STANLEY, ACTG CH.YEO OF SIGS, HMS VICTORY £40-60
510.    A Royal Signals General Service medal 1918-62, with Malaya clasp, awarded to 22436759 SIGMN.J.B.LONGBOTTOM. R.SIGS, together with a National Service medal, in original box, plus Longbottom's Soldier's Service and Pay Book, and Discharge booklet (4) £70-100
511.    A George V Indian Army Meritorious Service medal, with a crowned George V in Delhi Durbar robes, awarded to 1173 NAICK SARFARAZ 54TH SIKHS £50-80
512.    A WWI Hampshire Regiment trio, comprising 1914-15 Star, War and Victory with Oak Leaf, awarded to 2954 CPL J.R.BENNETT. HAMPS R., together with his George V Army Meritorious Service medal, marked 271198 CPL-LOC:SJT:- J.R.BENNETT. M.M.R.E and a Medaille Militaire 1870 (5) £200-250
513.    A George V Naval General Service medal 1915-62, with Persian Gulf 1909-1914 clasp, awarded to 238970 F.W.CLEMENCE A.B H.M.S PROSERPINE, on ribbon £80-120
514.    A Group of nine WWII period American medals, comprising the Silver Star, the Bronze Star, the Air medal, the Purple Heart, the Army Good Conduct medal, the Defense Service 1939-41 medal, the Campaign medal 1941-45, the European African Middle Eastern Campaign 1941-45 medal, Asiatic Pacific Campaign medal and the Victory medal (9) £100-150
515.    An Indian Army Meritorious Service medal 1888, with George VI crowned profile, on third type ribbon, awarded to 10153 HAV JAHAN KHAN, 1-7 RAJPUT R £50-80
516.    A collection of 13 Continental military medals, from various countries, including France, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Nigeria, Finland and Poland, WWI and later (13) £150-200
517.    A WWI Victory medal, award to T3-024221 DVR.P.A.PLUMB. A.S.C, together with his Death Penny, plus a WWI War medal awarded to 36278 PTE L.R.HALL. CHES.R (3) £80-120
518.    A Royal Marine Artillery WWI trio, comprising the Victory, War and 1914 Star, awarded to R.M.A 1517 SGT.H.E.FITZGERALD R.M.BRIGADE (3) £80-120
519.    A Zimbabwe 1980 Commonwealth Independence medal, marked 13837 to the rim of the medal, together with a letter from Buckingham Palace to the wearer, dated December 1980, framed and glazed £60-100
520.    A Civil issue MBE medal, together with a Civil issue OBE medal (2) £180-220
521.    A Father and Son WWI and WWII medal group, the WWI trio, comprising War, Victory and 1914-15 Star, awarded to 13571 PTE J.GILCHRIST R.S.FUS, the WWII group comprising of four medals, including the Royal Naval Long Service and good conduct medal, awarded to JX 549704 D.W.GILCHRIST. H.M.S. LOCHINVAR, the War 1939-45, the 1939-45 Star with France and Germany Clasp and Atlantic Star, also in the lot D.W.Gilchrist's Certificate of Service for the Royal Navy, and a WWII Bullion naval cap badge on later strap, in glazed display case (parcel) £120-180
522.    A group of ten British WWII medals, to include, the Defence 1939-45, the War 1939-45, the 1939-45 Star, the Burma Star, the Italy Star, the France & Germany Star, the Africa Star, the Atlantic Star, the Pacific Star and the Air Crew Europe Star (10) £40-60
523.    A collection of German WWI and WWII medals, comprising the Iron Cross 1914-15, the Cross of Honour 1914-18, the Iron Cross 1939, the War Merit Cross 1939 and the Westwall medal, all on ribbons, possibly reproduction (5) £120-180
524.    A selection of WWII medals, including a George V Efficiency medal with Territorial clasp, marked 1920033 S.P.R.E G.A MILLER R.E, not original recipient, together with Defence and War medal, 1939-45 Star, France and Germany Star, Italy Star with 8th Army clasp, Africa Star with 1st Army clasp, Dunkirk medal, also in the lot a small selection of metal and cloth badges (parcel) £80-120
525.    An assortment of American military medals, comprising Army of Occupation medal, Navy Occupation Service medal, Humane Action Berlin Air Lift 1948-49 medal, National Defense Service medal, Korea Service medal, Air Force Commendation, Air Force Good Conduct, Armed Forces Expeditionary Service, and Vietnam Service (9) £100-150
526.    A WWII medal group, awarded to 858776 CPL J WOOD RE, comprising the Efficiency medal, Coronation medal 1937, War and Defence, one having oak leaf, Italy Star, Africa Star with 1st Army clasp and 1939-45 Star, together with cloth badge, medal cap badges and a black and white photograph of WOOD, framed and glazed £180-220
527.    A pair of WWI Machine Gun Corps medals, awarded to 6087 PTE J.G.PELICANN M.G.C, together with two other WWI pairs, awarded to 201856 PTE G REED. MONMOUT.R and 4730 PTE A.W.ASHMAN SOM.L.I, plus a WWI War medal awarded to 201160 PTE A.PIERSE HAMPS.R (7) £150-250
528.    A WWI Pip and Squeak medal duo, awarded to 3052 PTE A.F BUCKLEDEE SUFF R, together with a WWI War medal awarded to 184046 GNR A.L.DEAN R.A, a 1914-15 Star awarded to 3322 PTE B.BARRETT R.BERKS.R, plus a selection of other badges, postcards and other items (parcel) £100-150
529.    A WWI British medal trio, comprising the Victory, War and 1914-15 Star, awarded to G-1265 PTE E.NICKLES THE QUEEN'S R., together with a WWII Defense medal, a selection of Commemorative medals, and two small cannon balls (parcel) £120-180
530.    An Egypt 1882-89 medal, having Suakin 1885 clasp, awarded to 1506 SERGT A MASON 1/SHROPS L.I, together with a Khedive's Star (2) £250-350
531.    A WWI Company Quarter Marshal Pip and Squeak medal duo, awarded to M2-03315 C.Q.M SJT.F.W.PLACKETT A.S.C, together with two portrait photographs of him as a young officer and one of him later, plus a newspaper clipping date November 14 1942, showing all of his family who fought in the forces (parcel) £100-150
532.    **A good WWI and WWII medal group, comprising the 1914 Star with 5th Aug - 22nd Nov 1914 clasp, awarded to 2.LIEUT H.D ST G CARDEW 2/D GDS, later awarded the Victory with oak leaf for bravery and War medal when he was made Captain, plus WWII Defence and British War medals, the 1939-45 Star and Pacific Star, and the Jubilee medal 1935 (8) £120-180
533.    **The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire Military CBE Neck badge, awarded to Colonel George Hereward CARDEW, born in Kingsclere, Hampshire, having 1st Type Britannia to the centre, surrounding 'For God and the Empire', pale blue enamel to each leaf, hinged crown to top, attached to long purple ribbon with red stripe, in fitted Garrard & Co case (2) £250-350
534.    **An impressive Boer War and WWI medal group, awarded to George Hereward Cardew, born locally in Kingsclere, Hampshire, 3rd January 1861, for his career he was awarded the Distuguished Service Order, and while fighting in both the First and Second Boer Wars as a Major her was awarded the Queens South Africa medal with four clasps (Wittebergen, Diamond Hill, Johannesburg and Cape Colony) and the Kings South Africa medal with two clasps (South Africa 1901 and 1902), MAJ G.H.CARDEW, D.S.O, A.S.C, after retiring from duty in 1911, he rejoined to fight in the European War in 1914 (WWI), being awarded the Victory and the War medal, BT COL .G.H.CARDEW (5) £5000-6000
535.    A George V Metropolitan Police Coronation 1911 medal, awarded to PC J HENDERSON, together with a Jubille 1935 medal, plus a wooden truncheon marked with a broad arrow WDP and 1st to the other side (3) £70-100
536.    Two small African spears, both approx 124cm in length, together with two Ghanaian cast brass money tokens (4) £30-50
537.    Two tribal spears, both having long double sided blades to the top, with long spears to base, together with a tribal dagger with animal teeth decoration, a tribal blow pipe and poison dart carrier (5) £40-60
538.    A late 17th/ early 18th Century tribal dagger, possibly African, having carved wooden handle, with light crosshatching to grip, with double sided blade, blade 32cm long £60-100
539.    A group of four Kukri knives, all various sizes, one having a decoration white metal case, with applied presentation plaque, one having carved wooden and metal case, all complete except one (parcel) £60-100
540.    Three vintage tribal spears, each of different length and having various heads, smallest 135cm, longest 178cm (3) £30-50
541.    A group of four Middle Eastern knives, including a bone handled Kukri, all with scabbards (4) £120-180
542.    A Sharp Innova II air rifle, Japanese made, the .177 calibre air rifle with Webley 4x15 sight, AF £40-60
543.    A 19th Century double barrelled pistol, having percussion cap action, leading to two octagonal barrels, with engraved lock plate and criss cross engraving to the handle, barrels approx 12.5cm, AF £100-120
544.    A 19th Century Tower Musket, the two band musket having percussion cap movement, marked with Crown and V.R to the lock plate, 1860, with brass token to the stock having Arabic writing, complete with ram rod, barrel 80cm £120-180
545.    A 19th Century London percussion cap pocket pistol, having decoratively engraved body, marked London to side with proof marks, with fold out trigger and cross hatched wooden handle £100-150
546.    A 19th Century Smith of London percussion cap pistol, having octagonal barrel, with London marked to the top and Smith marked to the swag decorated lock plate, cross hatch marks to the wooden handle, missing ram rod £100-150
547.    A WWII US M3 Case fighting knife, in M8 scabbard, marked to the blade and the scabbard (2) £70-100
548.    A WWII German bayonet, unmarked, with metal scabbard and frog, together with a gas mask, in leatherette carry case, plus an RAF cap badge (5) £50-80
549.    An East German STASI Officer's dagger, circa 1989,with serial 82173, in original green cardboard box, with hanger and inspection card, plus a small selection of buttons, possibly reproduction £80-120
550.    A Third Reich Heer dress dagger, having eagle and Swastika to the hand guard, with unnamed blade, in white metal scabbard, possibly reproduction £180-220
551.    A WWII Japanese Type 30 bayonet, marked to the 39cm blade with the Tokyo Hohei Kosho Arsenal marking, serial number 2612441, to pommel with three character marks, together with metal scabbard £50-80
552.    A German Hunting dagger, with decoratively engraved Solingen blade, having antler handle with white metal cross guard with acorn terminals, in leather scabbard, together with a Souvenir paper knife (2) £50-100
553.    A French T-Back sword bayonet, marked Mre d'Armes de St Etienne 1879, with marriaged metal scabbard (2) £30-50
554.    A British 1907 Pattern bayonet by Wilkinson, together with a 1913 dated Remington bayonet with scabbard, plus a 6X2 AK47 bayonet and scabbard (5) £60-100
555.    Two reproduction swords, one having smooth wooden grip with heavy white metal pommel and crescented hand guard, also with leather belt, the other with an ivorine style grip and brass pommel and hand guard, both blades unnamed, both with scabbards (5) £40-60
556.    A North Indian Talwar, dug up in Shambellie Woods by A.McC Stewart, having sheet steel hilt, AF £40-60
557.    An 1821 Pattern Light Cavalary sabre, by Firmin & Sons, having engraved 88cm long blade with GRV cypher, with proof marks, wire and fish skin hand grip, with white metal hand guard, no scabbard £80-120
558.    A 1780 Pattern Honourable Artillery Company Spadroon, having white bone grip, brass hilt with floral design, pierced and engraved hand guard, with 83cm long unmarked pipe back curved blade £100-150
559.    An 1897 Pattern Infantry Officer's sword, having pierced design to the hand guard, with GRV cypher, wire and fish skin hand grip, the 82cm long piquet weight blade having serial number to the back, 594, with proof marks to either side of the blade, no scabbard £100-120
560.    A good quality replica 1897 pattern Infantry Officer's sword, with engraved blade, marked ERII to the hand guard and blade, with leather and wire grip, with scabbard, neither having makers marks £40-60
561.    An 1895/97 Pattern Infantry Officer's sword by Sanderson, having 83cm long engraved blade, with GRV cypher, proof marked, the hand guard with pierced design, also with GRV cypher and engraved name of the owner 'J Stewart-Black', with leather covered wooden scabbard, AF (2) £100-120
562.    An 1853 Pattern Cavalry Trooper sword, India Service, the 83cm long blade marked Rodwell & Co London, having criss cross grip, with pierced design to hand guard, with leather and metal scabbard (2) £80-120
563.    An 1845/1854 Pattern Infantry Officer's sword, having fish skin and wire grip, with brass hilt and hand guard, having VR cartouche, hinged gate, proofed blade with etched design, unknown maker, blade 83cm long £100-150
564.    A Lead Cutter Number 4 sword, having plain bowl hilt with wooden grip, 71cm long unmarked heavy duty blade £80-120
565.    An 1899 Pattern Gymnasia sword, the 78cm long blade marked with issue stamp WD and maker Mole Birmingham, leading to a perforated steel hand guard and hilt, AF £80-120
566.    An 1854 Pattern Infantry Officer's sword, the 83cm long blade by Jones, 6 Regent Street London, having etched blade with crown and VR cypher, proof marked, with brass hilt and hand guard with VR cartouche, wire and fishskin grip, no scabbard £100-150
567.    A 1796 Pattern Infantry Spadroon, having 84cm long blued blade with partial gilt work of scroll amongst foliate design, 'Warranted' to the scroll, leading to the brass hilt, one side having hinged gate, crown pommel, unnamed, no scabbard £200-250
568.    A 1912 Pattern Cavalry Officer's sword, by Henry Wilkinson, GRV, the 89cm long etched blade having serial number 60894 to the spine of the blade, amongst the etching the blade is marked C.E.D.C, proof marked, with engraved white metal hand guard and fishskin and wire grip, no scabbard £80-120
569.    A Victorian 1895 pattern Mark II Drummer's Sword, having 33cm long double sided blade, with VR cartouche to the cross guard, brass handle, together with brass and leather scabbard, AF (2) £80-120
570.    A Lead Cutter Number 1 sword, having black painted Naval hilt and grip, with 71cm long blade, Proof marked with WD issue mark and crown stamp to blade and hand guard £100-150
571.    An Edward VII 1887 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Officer's sword, by Hawkes & Co, 14 Picadilly, London, having 90cm long engraved blade, with Crown, Cypher and Coat of Arms, with serial number 7304 to the spine, Proof Marked, with white metal hand guard with pierced design, fishskin and wire handle, having criss cross back, complete with leather covered scabbard (2) £150-200
572.    A Ceremonial Scottish Basket Hilt Sword by Hopkinson of Sheffield, having 83cm long etched blade, depicting thistles, also marked with crossed keys and satr above D, with brass basket with red felt liner, together with a leather scabbard (2) £60-100
573.    An 1861 Pattern Infantry Staff Sergeant sword, having brass hilt with W IV cartouche, with plain blade having partial proof markings, in leather and brass scabbard, both AF (2) £100-120
574.    A 1912 Pattern Cavalry Officer's sword, by Henry Wilkinson, GRV, the 89cm long etched blade having serial number 54998, with GRV Cypher and Coat of Arms, proof marked, leading to engraved hand guard, fish skin and wire hand grip, together with leather covered metal service scabbard complete with saddle tack (2) £120-180
575.    A pair of 1899 Pattern Gymnasia sword, both having blunted 78cm long blade, both being unnamed, with perforated sheet steel hand guards, fish skin and wire hand grips (2) £100-150
576.    An 1897 Pattern Infantry Officer's sword, having shortened and parkerised blade by HH Sheffield, possibly for trench fighting, with edge blade and GRV cypher, blade 58.5cm long, with pierced hand guard, also with GRV cypher, fish skin and wire grip £80-120
577.    An Edward VII 1821 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Officer's sword, by Thurkle & Sons, having 83cm long etched blade, proof marked, with hand guard with pierced design, wooden and wire hand grip, together with service leather covered scabbard (2) £150-200
578.    An 1827 Pattern Light Infantry Officer's sword, by Hawksworth, Sheffield, having 82cm long etched blade with GRV cypher, proof marked, having pierced design hand guard, with crown, bow and horn cypher, fish skin and wire hand grip, together with filed service scabbard and frog £120-180
579.    An 1897 Pattern Presentation sword of the West Riding Volunteers, the pierced hand guard with engraved inscription to the inside 'W.R.V REGT. 20th (Wharfedale) Batt: C. (Menston) Company Presented to Arthur C Voigt by the Members of the Company Under his Command; a Recognition of their Esteem and Regard April 29th 1916', having etched blade etched blade by Hawkesworth Sheffield, proof marked, together with metal scabbard (2) £150-200
580.    A Victorian Era sword, having hilt similar to a Guards or Royal Engineers, with French style double fuller blade, having Birmingham viewing marks, serial number to the spine, 312, with fish skin and wire grip, together with scabbard, AF £180-200
581.    A Continental military sabre, possibly Napoleonic, with pierced design to the hand guard, leading to engraved blade, in white metal and leather scabbard, AF (2) £40-60
582.    A pair of Victorian Foils, both having decorative hand guards, with engraving to the lower blades, blades 88cm long £50-80
583.    A WWII period Katana, having Maru Gata round Tsuba, with unmarked curved blade, with wooden scabbard, blade approx 74cm L, AF (2) £200-300