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This sale was held on Wednesday 19th January 2022 at 10:00am

WITHDRAWN, all enquiries Colin Young 07976 977169 A 19thC French .410 Dumonthier gentleman's walking stick shotgun, with antler handle, 86cm long. An exempt item under Section 58 (2) of the 1968 Firearms Act, to be held as a curiosity or ornament.

£400 - £600

An autograph book bearing various signatures of Manchester United FA cup winners, to include Jack Crompton, Allenby Chilton, Henry Cockburn, Stan Pearson, players from the Manchester City 1947-48 season squad, Andy Black, Roy Clarke, Joe Fagan, Kimmy Munro, Billy Murray, Alec Thurlow, Jock Thomson (manager), and some theatrical stars, including Charlie Chester, Norman Evans, etc.

Hammer:
£85

A wooden scale model of The Cutty Sark, three masted clipper complete with lifeboats, rigging, etc., wooden cased with brass plaque, the case 120cm wide.

Hammer:
£200

A Girard-Perregaux gold plated gentleman's Gyromatic wristwatch, the 3.5cm black dial with baton numerals, centre seconds, on a gold plated bracelet strap.

Hammer:
£150

A pair of Elizabeth II silver goblets, with a plain bowl and knopped stem, Birmingham 1975, by Barker Ellis Silver Co, 9¾oz, 13cm high.

Hammer:
£160

A 19thC French porcelain and ormolu mounted desk stand, possibly Sevres, the central dish painted with a cherub against a pink ground, flanked by two ink pots each cast with bird finials holding a letter in each beak, the porcelain ink pots decorated with flowers and leaves against a pink ground, the handle cast with leaves supporting a flying Cupid with bow and arrow, on a shaped base, 29cm wide.

Hammer:
£220

An early 20thC pruning knife by W. Saynor, Sheffield, with a stag horn handle, 18.4cm long when open.

Hammer:
£70

A late 19th/early 20thC cold painted bronze animalier group, in the manner of Bergman, modelled in the form of a hound with paw raised over a recumbent stag, bears possible signature, 10cm high, 18cm wide.

Hammer:
£280

George Atkinson, Louth. A 19thC oak and mahogany longcase clock, the arched dial painted with a pheasant in woodland landscape with floral spandrels, the circular dial bearing Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with an eight day four pillar movement, the break arch hood with central brass finial, raised on brass capped fluted columns, the trunk of plain form raised on bracket...

Hammer:
£420

A Victorian silver plated wedding cake stand, with a mirrored top, the base decorated with vacant cartouches and scrolls, raised on four foliate scroll feet, 49cm diameter.

Hammer:
£48

Timlin (W.M.). The Ship that Sailed to Mars, published by George G. Harrap and Company Limited, 1923, with forty eight coloured plates, cloth and vellum bound with gilt tooling, with dust jacket. (dust jacket AF)

Hammer:
£800

A French late 19thC spelter and marble clock garniture, by Martie et Cie, the circular cream enamel dial painted with floral garlands, bearing Arabic numerals, eight day movement with bell strike, the case of vase and urn form, cast with laurel wreaths, flowers and ivy swag, flanked to the left with a lady standing, raised on a stepped rectangular red marble base, with plaque, "Manon, Par Anfrie",...

Hammer:
£120

A gentleman's 9ct gold half hunter cased pocket watch, for Walthams, USA, keyless wind, with a white enamel dial bearing Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, internal dust cover presentation engraved, American Watch Company, Waltham Mass, Bond Street movement, no. 17518150, the case of plain form with front chapter ring bearing Roman numerals in blue enamel.

Hammer:
£340

A Queen Victoria 1893 gold double sovereign, pendant mounted, on a four strand belcher chain with lobster claw clasp, stamped 9ct, 47.6g.

Hammer:
£860

A Victorian silver bottle holder of Monteith form, with a waved rim, the body embossed with bows, swags, fruit, flowers and scrolls, with twin lion's head and ring handles, on a footed base, Daniel and John Welby, London 1898, 5½oz, 11cm high.

Hammer:
£110

A 9ct gold curb link charm bracelet, with two charms and two half sovereigns, Queen Victoria 1900 and Edward VII 1910, on a hearth shaped padlock clasp, with safety chain as fitted, 58.7g all in.

Hammer:
£840

A Rotary gentleman's Incabloc late 20thC wristwatch, the square brass dial with gold batons, centre seconds, date aperture, plated elasticated strap, boxed.

Hammer:
£20

A Post Office red cast iron wall mounted letter box, Elizabeth II, 138, number 1, with key, 85cm high, 35cm wide.

Hammer:
£300

A 19thC pewter snuff box, the hinged lid inscribed A Southward, above a scene of pheasants within a foliate border, with a raised border of flower heads and foliage, scroll engraved base, 8cm x 5cm.

Hammer:
£40

A Mouseman light oak napkin ring by Robert Thompson of Kilburn, 5cm high.

Hammer:
£50

An early 18thC and later gold pair cased pocket watch, the movement engraved George Graham, and numbered 575, with hour and quarter strike repeater, diamond and stone cylinder escapement, later hands and engraved dial bearing Roman numerals, case with foliate piercing and engraved with a mask and floral motif, the silver gilt outer case engraved with a coat of arms, London 1795, 5cm diameter, 131.4g...

Hammer:
£3,200

An A Powered Bicycle Free Spirit low step electric bicycle, with keys and cover.

Hammer:
£80

A late Victorian walnut and burr walnut stationary cabinet, stamped to the interior leather Alexander B Jones and Co, 154 Regent Street, the hinged lid leather set with pen holders, enclosing a fitted interior with waterfall stationery recesses, drawers, and a semi secret drawer with a pen tray flanked by a pair of inkwells, the hinged front, with Bramah lock, opening to reveal a writing surface,...

Hammer:
£130

An early 20thC French kingwood break front commode, with a rectangular variegated red marble top above three long drawers each with gilt metal mounts and handles, on shaped legs with sabot feet, 87cm high, 126cm wide, 51cm deep.

Hammer:
£110

A 19thC mahogany and gilt metal library chair, upholstered in studded brown leather with turned fluted supports and similar tapering legs, with gilt brass mounts and castors.

Hammer:
£140

A late Victorian walnut library chair, upholstered in green leather with brass studded borders, on turned tapering legs with crinoline stretcher and ceramic castors.

Hammer:
£85

A 19thC yew and elm Windsor chair, with a pierced splat, spindle turned supports and a solid seat, on turned legs with crinoline stretcher.

Hammer:
£300

A 19thC yew and elm Windsor chair, with spindle turned back, solid seat, on turned legs with H stretcher.

Hammer:
£200

A 19thC oak revolving library chair, upholstered in green leather on turned supports on castors, 70cm diameter.

Hammer:
£170

An early 20thC Anglo Indian hardwood occasional table, the octagonal top inlaid in mother of pearl within parquetry bands, the base with similar decoration in Liberty style, 54cm high, 51cm wide.

Hammer:
£600

George Stamp, Grimsby. An early 19thC longcase clock, the arched dial painted with a shepherdess and sheep, cottages, dial bearing Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, eight day four pillar two train movement with bell strike, in oak mahogany and satinwood inlaid broad case, 223cm high.

Hammer:
£200

Ollivant and Botsford, Manchester. A grandmother clock, the silvered dial with blackened Roman numerals and engraved borders, with a four pillar movement in a mahogany case with swan neck pediment, blind fret frieze and a figured arched door on splayed feet, 191cm high.

Hammer:
£1,000

A late 18th/early 19thC oak dresser, the associated raised back with a later cornice above a shaped crest and two shelves, the base with an arrangement of three drawers and two panelled doors, with brass handles and H shaped hinges, on stiles, 184cm high, 153cm wide.

Hammer:
£320

A 19thC oak and feather banded chest on chest, the top with a moulded cornice above two short and three long drawers, each with later turned wooden handles, the base with a further three long drawers, on bracket feet, 179cm high, 97cm wide. (AF)

Hammer:
£130

A group of Staples Ladderax shelving units, with gilt metal supports, in three sections, containing bureau, drawers, sliding doors and shelves, 201cm high, current set up approx 280cm wide.

Hammer:
£450

A Victorian mahogany half tester bed, the mahogany canopy with drop turned finals supported with lappet carved turned back posts, flanking a panelled headboard, the footboard with similar panelling and spiral turned supports with bun feet and castors, 225cm high, 154cm wide, 207cm long.

Hammer:
£460

A cut glass chandelier, with rows of beads and faceted lustre drops, formed as two tiers of six and twelve arms, 79cm wide.

Hammer:
£170

An Out-o-Doors Guest House enamel sign, 60cm x 46cm, (AF).

Hammer:
£85

A Lyons Maid enamel advertising sign, 61cm x 46cm, an Old Holborn Blended Virginia cigarette enamel capped advertising blackboard, 69cm x 40cm, and a Park Drive Cigarettes enamel capped blackboard, 69cm x 39cm. (AF, 3)

Hammer:
£100

An Odams' Fertilisers enamel sign, 53cm x 77cm, (AF).

Hammer:
£70

A Brooke Bond Tea enamel advertising sign, 76.5cm x 52cm, (AF).

Hammer:
£100

An AA For Sale enamel sign, of rectangular form with rounded corners, 44cm x 76.5cm, (AF).

Hammer:
£120

An AA Diversion double sided enamel road sign, of arrow form, 30cm x 96cm, (AF).

Hammer:
£130

Three 20thC enamel signs, comprising Rock-ola 200, 43cm x 29cm, Charles Wells Good Food, 56cm x 30cm, and Call For Phillip Morris Cigarette enamel sign, 26cm x 70cm. etc. (AF, 3)

Hammer:
£70

A Minox Leica Classic miniature digital camera, no. 8116917, with a Minoctar 9.6mm digital lens, boxed with charging cable.

Hammer:
£55

A 19thC Thomason type ivory and copper barrel corkscrew, lacking brush, 14cm long, and a Danish white metal hand mirror, in the manner of Hans Jensen, repousse decorated with a pastoral scene, stamped Denmark, 11cm long. (2)

£80 - £120

A Salviati Venezia, Murano, cut glass centrepiece or fruit bowl, decorated centrally with a frosted glass feathered spiral, 36cm diameter. (AF)

Hammer:
£55

An early 19thC Derby porcelain twin handled vase, of baluster form, decorated with a continuous panel of a gentleman walking before a bridge, building ruins and mountain landscape, with gilt highlights against a cream ground, 23cm high. (AF)

Hammer:
£130


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