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A 17thC Lincoln lead seal, of oval form, centred with shield and marked CIAITAS TIMCOTMIVE, dated 1650 on the reverse seal, silvered, 4cm x 3cm.

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After Saxton. An early map of Lincoln in colours, 31cm x 36cm.

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An Elizabeth II silver Bomber Command memorial plaque, formed as a Lancaster Bomber, on a plinth base dedicated to the men and women of Bomber Command 1939 - 1945, the aeroplane London, 2007, 53cm wide.

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A Kelly's directory of Lincolnshire 1896.

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A Kelly's directory of Lincolnshire 1922.

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A Kelly's directory of Lincolnshire 1919.

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After Blome. An early map of Lincoln in colours, 34cm x 28cm.

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An early 20thC RAF sector clock, with painted dial, 35cm diameter Arabic dial, set with coloured triangular sections in yellow, blue and red, marked 'RAF', with a single fusee key wind movement in mahogany case, 50cm diameter. By repute from RAF Cranwell.

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A Kelly's directory of Lincolnshire 1933.

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A printed version of the Magna Carta, from the original photograph in the possession of S.J Harrop, printed by Williams and White Ltd, sold with a translation, 45cm x 56cm. (2)

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Gosberton interest. The 1857 County Rate table of rates booklet, Kaye (W. J) The Church and Parish of Gosberton, and an 18thC Parish record handwritten regarding baptisms from 1792 onwards. (3)

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Lincoln racecourse interest. A black and white photograph of the Lincoln Handicap 1947, won by Jockey Treble, ridden by Emmanuel Mercer at 100-1, 19cm x 26cm, and three further black and white photographs of the Lincoln race track. (4)

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Lincoln racecourse interest. Various ephemera and prints in relation to the racecourse, cards for 1844 and 1848, facsimile and other prints, cards, pictures etc. (a quantity)

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A Lincoln FC 4th Division Champions souvenir programme, signed by Graham Taylor and two other programmes. (3)

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A four inch scale live steam model of a Ruston Proctor traction engine, requiring assembly, sold with boiler, welding, milling and other certificates. (AF)

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(Brown) John. Neddy and Sally, or the Statues Day, A Lincolnshire Tale, Leary printing, 20 The Strait, Lincoln, paperback.

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A 1957 Henry Spencer's sale catalogue, Outlying Portions of The Hainton Estate, sold Tuesday 23rd July 1957.

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After Buck. The West View of Torksey Hall near Gainsborough, etching, plate numbered 179, in colours, 20cm x 37cm.

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Phyllis France (20thC). Lincoln Cathedral, 1967, pastel, signed and titled, 39cm x 28cm.

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A Trifle from Lincoln enamel patch box, of oval form, with mirror to the lid, with Lincoln Cathedral to the exterior, 3cm high.

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THE HISTORY OF LINCOLN, contemporary calf, spine gilt, 8 vo, Lincoln, 1810.

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Wheeler (W. H.) A HISTORY OF THE FENS OF SOUTH LINCOLNSHIRE, second edition, half calf, worn, 4to, n.d.

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Padley (J.S). FENS AND FLOODS OF MID-LINCOLNSHIRE, author's presentation copy, list of subscribers, publisher's cloth, folio, Lincoln, 1882.

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Herbert Rollett (1872-1932). Seascape, yacht on calm waters, oil on canvas, signed, indistinct hand attribution, C. Roberson stamp, Robinot transport label, another James Bourlet & Sons and Briggs of Louth labels verso, 50cm x 59cm.

£1,000 - £1,500

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Hunter (20thC). Lincoln Cathedral, pencil, signed, 34cm x 58cm.

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After Morden. An early map of Lincolnshire, in colours, 37cm x 45cm.

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A facsimile map, showing parts of Lincolnshire and Rutland, 40cm x 51cm.

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Lincoln City Football Club interest. A 9ct gold Division IV Championship 1975-76 medal, awarded to a non player. With Graham Taylor as manager the team won the league with the most points (prior to the change to three points for a win) setting fourth division records for the most amount of wins, the fewest defeats and were unbeaten for the season.

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Various Lincolnshire related books, Day (J Wentworth) A History of The Fens, The County Books Lincolnshire, Boston, Round The Year On The Farm, Bomber County, etc. (a quantity)

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Ruins of The Village of Billinghay After The Late Fire, photographic print, 18cm x 25cm, another Billinghay Church, each in maple frames. (2)

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Michael Fairclough (b.1940). Lincoln Cathedral in the distance, artist proof no.1/5, signed and dated (19)74, numbered, 12cm x 16cm.

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Michael Fairclough (b.1940). Lincolnshire hayfield with Cathedral in the distance, artist proof no.1/5, signed and dated (19)74, 13cm x 16cm.

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Michael Fairclough (b.1940). Lincolnshire fields with the Cathedral in the distance, artist proof no. 1/5, signed and dated (19)74, 13cm x 17cm.

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•Brian C. Day (b.1934). Heron and Mallard, watercolour, signed, 12cm x 24cm.

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THE HISTORY OF LINCOLN, contemporary half calf over patterned boards, spine gilt, 8vo, Lincoln, 1810.

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Grange (Ernest L.) A LIST OF CIVIL WAR TRACTS AND BROADSIDES RELATING TO THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN, one of 75, tipped-in inscription from the author, contemporary half calf over patterned boards, 4to, Horncastle, 1889.

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Brogden J. Ellett), PROVINCIAL WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS CURRENT IN LINCOLNSHIRE, publisher's cloth, 1866, Good (Jabez) LINCOLNSHIRE GLOSSARY, publisher's wrappers, 1900 (2)

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Edgar (J.G.), RUNNYMEDE AND LINCOLN FAIR... publisher's cloth, 8vo, (n.d.) c.1900.

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Abell (E.L.) and J.D. Chambers, THE STORY OF LINCOLN, publisher's cloth, small 4to, (n.d.) c.1947.

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Usher (James Ward), AN ART COLLECTOR'S TREASURES one of 300, chromolithographic plates, tissue guards, fine Morocco binding, tooled in gilt, folio, Chiswick Press, 1916.

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Various Lincoln related postcards, photographs and magazine clippings, pertaining to Lincoln, 19thC. (one album)

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An early 20thC photograph, of a Lincolnshire field with a Caterpillar tractor, possibly Rustons, and farm hands, 15cm x 20cm, and another photographic print of figures hay making in a Lincolnshire field. (2)

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Rownsley (Willingham Franklin). Highways and Byways in Lincolnshire, Macmillan & Co Ltd London publishing 1914, in blue gilt stencil boards.

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Various Lincoln related books, ephemera, etc., Rogers (Allen) History of Lincolnshire, hardback with dust wrapper, others on Boston, map of Fenland, other Lincolnshire books, dialect, etc. (a quantity)

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Books, Lincolnshire related, The Lincolnshire Village book, farmers glossary, Boston Politics and The Sea, Storey (Edward) Spirit of The Fens. (a quantity)

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After W B Thomas. A framed postcard, Lumley Road, Skegness, 9cm x 14cm, after Thomas print and a further book plate print of Boston harbour. (3)

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Various Lincoln City FC football programmes, late 1970s away matches, Vs Plymouth Argyle, Torquay United, 1975-76 and a large quantity of others from the similar era and a quantity of other clubs.

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Three photographic prints of Lincoln City Football Club squads, 26cm x 38cm. (3)

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