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Christmas Antique Sale

Sat 9 December 2017

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LOT 98

A Royal Doulton salt and pepper, Votes for Women and Toil for Men, in the shape of an old man and woman, handpainted. (2)

Estimate: £20 - £30

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 44.00


LOT 99

A set of three rare 1920s Royal Doulton display plates decorated with exotic birds with floral borders, date stamps to verso. (3)

Estimate: £20 - £30

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 10.00


LOT 100

A collection of boxed presentational pens & propelling pencils - gold filled, Cross, rolled gold, Waterman, plated, Parker, Sheaffer, enamelled, etc. (14)

Estimate: £30 - £40

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 85.00


LOT 101

A boxed Steiff mohair panda, the bear with jointed body and brown glass eyes, fitted with button to ear and with original labels. (16in)

Estimate: £60 - £80

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 160.00


LOT 102

A boxed set of four Sotheby catalogues from the 1988 London iconic Elton John sale, in slip case. (4)

Estimate: £40 - £60

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 0.00


LOT 103

A William IV mahogany bracket clock by CA Forrester of Hull, the brass inlaid case on ball feet with floral panel beneath enamelled dial with roman chapters under convex glass with brass bezel, the arch with scrolled leaf carving surmounted by a square fluted block with brass leaf finial, the sides with fishscale grill panels and floral rosette ring handles, the back door glazed, with alarm cord to side. (20.5in)

Estimate: £1000 - £1500

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 0.00


LOT 104

The Popular Encyclopedia of Gardening, the three volume set with embossed cloth boards published by Waverley, with coloured & monochrome illustrations throughout. (3)

Estimate: £20 - £30

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 12.00


LOT 105

An octagonal eastern copper tray, the flat rim with pierced scrolled foliage framing a floral embossed panel. (26in)

Estimate: £30 - £40

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 10.00


LOT 106

An Italian Gardone side-by-side 12bore shotgun, the hammer weapon with pheasant engraved lock having steel 27.5in barrels and walnut stock - serial number 9139. (44.5in) *The purchaser of this lot must be in possession of a valid shotgun licence.

Estimate: £80 - £120

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 90.00


LOT 107

A rectangular eighteenth century Chinese Qing dish, with reticulated body raised on shallow feet, decorated in blue & white with lozenge rim, having flowerheads to corners. (9in)

Estimate: £30 - £40

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 35.00


LOT 108

A nineteenth century eastern dagger with hooked elephant handle and ivory grip, the guard in the form of two dragon heads with tapering one-sided blade, the sheath with scrolled engraving. (17.25in)

Estimate: £70 - £90

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 55.00


LOT 109

An antique Angolian carved mask from the Chokwe tribe, the oval head mounted with plaited raffia style back. (10in)

Estimate: £50 - £80

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 50.00


LOT 110

A late nineteenth century officers helmet from the Army Service Corps, with ball finial in leaf collar on panelled oval hat with peaks, mounted with service badge, compete with chain chinstrap. (10.5in x 10in)

Estimate: £150 - £200

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 220.00


LOT 111

A nineteenth century mahogany tea caddy having ebony banded angled edges with circular mother-of-pearl escutcheon - complete with key. (9in)

Estimate: £20 - £30

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 30.00


LOT 112

A boxed bottle of Teachers highland cream Scotch whisky - 40% proof.

Estimate: £10 - £20

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 20.00


LOT 113

Three boxed Meccano outfits with instruction booklets; and a quantity of loose Meccano pieces. (A lot)

Estimate: £30 - £40

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 30.00


LOT 114

A composition stone birdbath, the circular basin on tapering column with round base, mounted on square stepped plinth. (34in)

Estimate: £80 - £120

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 80.00


LOT 115

A nineteenth century oak mantleclock, the plain case on moulded plinth inlaid with an urn and ribbon swags with satinwood banding, the dial with roman chapters under convex glass. (13.25in)

Estimate: £80 - £120

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 0.00


LOT 116

A set of Victorian brass postal scales by Reath of Birmingham on hardwood plinth, complete with graduated weights; a German pyramid shaped metronome; and an Edwardian spring balance with column on scroll embossed base by Ratliff. (3)

Estimate: £30 - £40

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 25.00


LOT 117

A pair of nineteenth century brass oil lamp stands with pierced baskets for reservoirs on scrolled arms, revolving on columns with embossed decoration having ribbed bases; and a brass wall sconce with mirrored wallplate in acanthus scrolled frame supporting pair of scrolled branches with light fittings. (3)

Estimate: £40 - £60

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 35.00


LOT 118

A Victorian mahogany cased drawing/surveying instrument by Elliott Brothers, 30 Strand, London, the box with horn cased magnifier, and letter in box dated 1912 to a Sir John about use of the instrument. (12in case)

Estimate: £80 - £120

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 100.00


LOT 119

An Edwardian rock crystal mantleclock, the oval panel with ormolu rope-twist rim and foliate engraved mount around a circular face with barrel movement, having roman chapters to silvered dial, the easel stand engraved Cockings Deal. (8.5in)

Estimate: £80 - £120

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 320.00


LOT 120

A 1630 bible, prayer book, book of psalms, genealogy, etc, the scripture bound as one volume in later Victorian leather. (9in x 7in x 3in)

Estimate: £150 - £250

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 400.00


LOT 121

An arts and crafts clock with later electric movement in an oak case, having pierced heart frieze above bevelled glass door enclosing brass dial with silvered chapter ring, the dentil moulding below above a panelled trunk door framed by four square corner columns. (83in)

Estimate: £100 - £150

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HAMMER PRICE
£ 170.00


LOT 122

An eighteenth century oak longcase clock with brass dial by Thomas Mankes of Chesterfield, with silvered chapter ring and roman numerals having date aperture and subsidiary dial, the case with later foliate carving having caddy top and square mahogany glazed door, on a carved trunk and panelled base. (83in)

Estimate: £300 - £500

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