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Day One: Collectors' Items, Works of Art, Oriental Items, Wines & Spirits, Clocks, Barometer, Silver & Silver Plate, Jewellery, (continued)

Lot Description Illustration
98
A Victoria by the Grace of God indenture dated 1847 Together with attached cased seal. The seal 15.5 cm diameter. (2)
Unsold
99
A 19th century scrimshaw sperm whales tooth Probably later carved with Isabella in Baffin Bay, mounted on a wooden plinth base. The tooth 13.5 cm long.
Sold for £120
100
A 19th century scrimshaw sperm whale tooth Probably later carved with Whalers in the Ice, mounted on a wooden plinth base. The tooth 14 cm wide.
Sold for £120
101
A pair of 18th century Staffordshire enamel candlesticks Of silver shape decorated with floral vignettes and gilt sprays on a blue ground. 23 cm high. (2)
Unsold
102
A very fine 19th century French fan The bone staves with gilt metal mounts inset with a portrait miniature and a convex mirror, the fan with hand coloured printed vignettes opposing gilt floral spray, in original box for Duvelleroy, London & Paris. 29 cm long overall.
Sold for £280
103
A set of three Edwardian ivory billiard balls In a fitted mahogany box with applied white metal plaque inscribed WWR From AJP. The box 19.5 cm wide.
Sold for £240
104
HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, black and white print signed photographs The latter dated 1954, framed and glazed in gilt tooled Plante & Johnson frames. 33 cm high. (2)
Sold for £600
105
A quantity of hardstone, mineral and fossil specimens A variety.
Sold for £130
106
A pair of 19th century gilt metal mounted red marble candlesticks Each flanked with a bacchic putto, the stems with applied fruiting vine. 30.5 cm high. (2)
Unsold
107
A pair of 19th century gilt metal mounted alabaster candelabra Each with twin branches supported by a bacchic putto. 31 cm high.
Unsold
107a
A Continental champleve decorated chamberstick With flattened handle and flowerhead drip-pan, standing on turned feet, stamped AG and numbered 771 to underside. 21 cm long.
Unsold
108
A pair of fluorite baluster vases 13 cm high. (2)
Unsold
109
A gilt metal cased bird automaton The case C-scroll cast, the movement clockwork. 11 cm wide.
Sold for £1,100
110
Australian Touring Cricket Team 1972 autographs on official headed paper.
Sold for £50
111
A late 19th/early 20th century reverse painted glass picture entitled Tom Firr With His Hounds Framed. 28.5 cm wide; 23.5 cm high.
Sold for £80
112
No lot.
Unsold
Not Illustrated
113
EDWARD DORE (19th century) British Needles, Isle of Wight and Osbourne, I of Wt A pair of sand pictures Titled, signed, dated 1847 and inscribed Drawn with Alum Bay Sand, both on embossed mounts stamped De La Rue & Co., London; together with another pair, unsigned and unmounted, but probably by the same hand 15 x 11.5 cm overall (4)
Sold for £180
114
A white metal clad painted icon representing St. George killing the dragon 17 x 22 cm.
Unsold
115
A 16th century European canon Of hexagonal section; together with a canon igniting hand tool. The canon 28 cm long. (2)
Unsold
116
A collection of seven terracotta heads Variously modelled, all mounted. The largest 13.5 cm high. (7)
Sold for £180
117
A carved agate shallow bowl 11 cm wide.
Sold for £130
118
After the Grecian Antique, a twin handled terracotta jar Decorated with octopi. 24.5 cm high. Note: After the original jar from the Knossos Palace in Crete (circa 1500 BC).
Sold for £160
119
A Victorian cameo carved conch shell Worked with a classical scene. 14 cm long.
Unsold
120
A twin headed terracotta votive 16.5 cm long.
Sold for £160
121
A 19th century pietra dure and specimen marble inlaid black slate desk thermometer Formed as an obelisk. 36 cm high.
Unsold
122
An antique carved stone drinking/pouring vessel Of squat cylindrical form with a loop handle, the exterior of the main body with stylised floral carvings. 14.5 cm diameter.
Sold for £100
123
An Art Deco tortoiseshell veneered dressing mirror The shaped plate with easel support. 42 cm high.
Unsold
124
An Egyptian shabti figure In typical pose, with remnants of faience glaze, mounted. 23.5 cm high overall.
Unsold
125
A carved Blue John mineral egg With suspension loop. 7.5 cm long.
Unsold
126
A small quantity of camera equipment - WITHDRAWN
Unsold
Not Illustrated
127
A 19th century French brass and leather dog collar Of typical form with raised studs and with inscription. 18 cm diameter.
Unsold
128
A 19th century Jaques & Son In Statu Quo travelling chess board Variously stamped; together with a complete set of thirty-two carved and stained bone chess pieces. The board 29.5 cm wide when open.
Unsold
129
A 19th century sailor's carved bugbear Of typical form, decorated with Britannia, a sailing boat and a sailor. 13 cm wide.
Unsold
130
An early 20th century Marklin working steam stationary engine With applied Marklin label dated 1936. 50 cm wide.
Unsold
131
A carved Black Forest wall shelf The scroll carved crest above two hinged shelves, the back worked as a jockey on horseback. 48 cm wide.
Unsold
132
An inlaid mahogany twin handled tray Of oval form, with solid gallery. 70.5 cm wide.
Sold for £200
133
A mahogany coin collectors' cabinet Enclosing fourteen fitted drawers. 30 cm wide.
Sold for £80
133a
A Carr & Co Limited, Carlise tram form biscuit tin Of typical form, inscribed Carr's Delicious Biscuits. 22 cm long.
Unsold
134
Three large Indian printing blocks Variously carved. The largest 32.5 cm wide.
Sold for £20
135
ITALIAN SCHOOL (15th/16th century) Angel Oil and gold leaf on soft wood with integral architectural frame 12 x 31.5 cm overall
Sold for £440
136
A 19th century Continental walnut and ebonised bucket With ribbed decoration, swing handle and liner, standing on ball feet. 42 cm high.
Sold for £90
137
A Black Forest carved wooden jar and cover Formed as a dog with glass inset eyes. 15.5 cm high.
Unsold
138
A carved Black Forest bear centre bowl The reclining beast supporting a flowerhead carved bowl. 23.5 cm high.
Sold for £1,100
139
A George III turned wood policeman's truncheon Polychrome decorated with the crest of the Order of the Garter enclosing a Hanoverian crest. 40 cm long.
Sold for £150
140
A 19th century carved wooden smokers compendium, probably Blackforest Decorated with various hunting implements. 20 cm diameter.
Unsold
141
A turned lignum vitae wassail bowl With banded decoration. 20.5 cm high.
Unsold
142
A 18th/19th century beechwood mortar together with a fruitwood pestle The mortar 12 cm high. (2)
Unsold
143
An 18th/ 19th century Scandinavian Karelian birch lion peg tankard The hinged cover with lion thumb plate and loop handle. 22.5 cm high overall.
Unsold
144
A Blackforest carved inkwell Worked as a bear, the head hinged. 21 cm high.
Unsold
145
An early 20th century Staunton pattern carved wooden chess set Housed in a small mahogany box. The box 21 cm wide.
Unsold

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