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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
244
A taxidermy puffer fish On ebonised mount. 28 cm high overall.
Unsold
245
A walrus penis bone Mounted on ebonised plinth base. The bone 32 cm long.
Sold for £200
246
A taxidermy plains zebra (equus quagga) trophy head Mounted on a shield. 51 cm wide.
Unsold
247
A taxidermy brown bear (ursus arctos) rug With head mount. Approximately 200 cm long.
Unsold
248
A taxidermy specimen of a pair of preserved and mounted roe buck heads in velvet Each typically posed and mounted on an oak shield. The largest 58 cm high. (2)
Unsold
249
An early 20th century taxidermy plains zebra (equus quagga) Mounted on a plinth base with castors. 150 cm high overall.
Sold for £500
250
A modern black walnut place marker Of cylindrical form, each numbered brass and wooden peg modelled as a 20 bore cartridge. 9 cm high.
Sold for £70
251
No lot.
Unsold
Not Illustrated
252
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a bamboo shafted wading stick with thumb crook Signed Hardy Bro's Ltd Makers Alnwick England. 127.5 cm long overall.
Sold for £40
253
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a brass Birmingham salmon fly reel Oval maker's mark and rod in hand trademark.
Sold for £300
254
W. Cowperthwaite, Keswick, a Victorian brass salmon fly reel Together with another by Ventiland. (2)
Sold for £80
255
Four Victorian trout fly reels by Farlow, Army & Navy, Miller and another
Sold for £140
256
Allcock's, An Aerial 3 3/4 inch fly reel
Unsold
257
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a 3 5/8 inch Perfect fly reel, circa 1950s
Sold for £120
258
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a 4 inch Super Silex fly reel
Unsold
259
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a brass telescopic salmon tailer, circa 1930s 79.5 cm long unextended.
Unsold
260
Hardy Bros. Ltd, a 3 1/8 inch Uniqua fly reel, duplicated MkII
Sold for £70
261
Hardy Bros. Ltd, a 3 1/8 inch Perfect fly reel, duplicated MkII
Sold for £120
262
Hardy Bros. Ltd, a Uniqua fly reel, duplicated MkII
Sold for £60
263
Hardy Bros. Ltd, two Marquis 8/9 reels together with a spare spool All in Hardy cases.
Sold for £140
264
Hardy Bros. Ltd., Berard & Son, Ogden Smith, Allcocks, Wheatley and others, nine metal fly tins Containing a quantity of various flies.
Sold for £170
265
C. Farlow Co. Ltd., two vintage landing nets
Sold for £75
266
A 19th century Cordite carrier Of typical form, painted green with Royal crest transfer. 32.5 cm high.
Sold for £70
267
An Indo-Persian Kulah-khud helmet Of typical form with spike, chainmail and applied Katar decoration.
Sold for £130
268
A 19th Century British Army Enfield-Martini bayonet With brass mounted leather scabbard, with hollow ground triangular blade, numbered 163. 65 cm long overall.
Sold for £50
269
A 19th century white metal mounted ebony handled dagger and sheath Together with another, with decorated horn handle and leather sheath, both possibly African. 29 cm and 39 cm overall respectively. (2)
Unsold
270
A Japanese officers sword Of typical form with menuki bound shagreen handle and leather scabbard. 104 cm long.
Sold for £4,800
271
A Japanese officers sword Of typical form with bound shagreen hilt and leather scabbard. 88 cm long overall.
Sold for £260
272
A George V Naval officers sword Of typical form with leather scabbard; together with five pairs of Royal Navy shoulder boards, comprising: three pairs of Captain shoulder boards, one pair of Major General shoulder boards and one pair of Rear Admiral shoulder boards (old type); a quantity of Royal Navy polished brass buttons; braided sashes; a pair of black leather boots; and a quantity of ribbon bars.
Unsold
273
A small antique Persian dagger The animal mask handle and sheath with gold inlays. 17 cm long.
Sold for £140
274
A 19th century bone handled Indo-Persian Pesh-kab with leather scabbard Together with a Mughal gilt decorated steel knife with leather scabbard. Both 34 cm long overall. (2)
Sold for £320
275
An 18th century Middle Eastern matchlock rifle The silvered mounts and barrel typically decorated. 146 cm long.
Sold for £150
276
A 19th century Visayan short sword With double edged spear point blade and octagonal section handle. 57.5 cm long.
Unsold
277
A Caucasian Kinjal knife With typically decorated grooved double edge blade. 43 cm long.
Unsold
278
An 18th/19th century Indian Patar guantlet sword Of typical form. 131.5 cm long.
Unsold
279
A 16th/17th century Persian dagger With shaped double edge blade and gilt metal handle. 36 cm long.
Sold for £440
280
An Indonesian kris and scabbard The shaped blade with damasked decoration, the hilt with gem set collar. 68 cm long overall.
Sold for £120
281
An 18th century Ceylonese (Sri Lankan) piha-kaetta (nobleman dagger) The single edged steel blade with gilt metal decoration, the horn handle carved. 32.5 cm long.
Unsold
282
An 18th century Ceylonese (Sri Lankan) castane The single edged steeled blade with inlaid gilt decoration, the horn hilt carved as a mythical beast, the finger guard similarly cast. 63.5 cm long.
Unsold
283
A Perso-Afghan Pesh-Kab The single edged steel blade with mother-of-pearl and horn handle, the sheath stained leather. 30 cm long overall.
Sold for £50
284
An Imperial Prussian officer's sword With channelled steel blade, Phrygian helmet pattern pommel, Imperial eagle cast guard incorporating Kaisheisa Wilhelm II crest and wire bound shagreen grip with further applied cypher. 93 cm long.
Unsold
285
A 17th/18th century headsman's axe With flaring blade of flattened wedge shaped section, stamped twice with blacksmith's mark. 161 cm long overall.
Sold for £600
286
A Swedish M/1896 bayonet and scabbard by Eskilstuna Jernmanufaktur Aktie Bolag Variously stamped; together with a Danish M/62 bayonet and scabbard, marked for Haerens Tekniske Korps (Army Technical Corps); and a Continental Commando knife and scabbard, the blade marked WK & C, all with belt frogs. 35.5 cm, 31 cm and 35 cm long overall, respectively. (3)
Sold for £90
287
A 19th century German etched steel suit of armour The helmet with hinged visor and full body armour, the breast plate etched with a crowned shield of a lion flanked by heraldic lions and dragon; together with a matching shield and a pike. The armour 180 cm high. (3)
Unsold
288
A 17th/18th century Persian Kula Kud Of typical form, with etched silvered decoration; together with a brass mounted silvered Persian Dhal, of typical form with four bosses. The latter 35 cm diameter. (2)
Unsold
289
A 19th century Maori green stone adze (Toki Pounamu) Of typical form. 8 cm long.
Sold for £110
290
A 19th century Aboriginal carved boomerang One side with channelled decoration; together with another, smaller and later. The former 71 cm long. (2)
Unsold
291
A South Sea Island tribal club Of slender curved form with chip carved decoration. 86 cm long.
Unsold
292
A group of ethnographic pieces Comprising: an Aboriginal woomera (spear-thrower), a fly whisk, an African tribal spoon (probably Zulu), an African ivory mounted leather belt and a cattle switch.
Unsold
293
A spiral carved wood tribal club 75 cm long.
Unsold

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