Lot 1 A rare 15th/16th century iron clad and leather bound dome topped casket with central loop carrying handle, traces of the embossed and painted leather and with wooden frame, the base bearing paper label inscribed ''Church Congress Exhibition 250'', width 22cm (af).
Lot 5 A Victorian card case covered with mainly lozenge shaped pieces of mother of pearl and with hinged top, 10.25 x 7.75cm, and a tortoiseshell example, 10.5 x 8cm (2). All the pieces of mother of pearl are intact, the tortoiseshell example has a slight loss to one side of the hinge and a very small loss to a corner.
Lot 9 A late 19th century mahogany writing slope with gilt metal mounts, width 35cm, a hanging display case, the glazed hinged door enclosing glass shelves, 76 x 48cm, and an ebonised piano front including carved panels, two with shields and one with a stave of music (3).
Lot 10 An interesting collection of inkwells to include a cast iron and glass pivoting inkwell, a leather covered travelling example and two egg shaped turned olive wood examples enclosing glass wells, etc.
Lot 11 Three boxed fountain pens comprising a Sheaffer with 14ct gold nib, a Waterman with worldwide guarantee card, and a Parker, a set of Eagle Turquoise pencils, three propelling pencils with cartridges, etc.
Lot 13 An Edwardian oak tantalus with carved acorn and floral motifs to the base and bar above three matched square sectioned clear cut glass decanters, width 36.5cm. One of the matched decanters is a bit too tall to full fit under the upper bar so the full front doesn't close when the decanter is inside although the lock with the key is intact, general surface wear and some dirt commensurate with age bleach ...
Lot 14 An Edwardian mahogany and electroplated tantalus by P B S, with central loop handle to the hinged lock release bar housing three clear cut glass square sectioned decanters, two with electroplated labels ''Brandy'' and ''Whisky'', with 39 cm.
Lot 15 A Victorian figured walnut tantalus/smoking compendium, the raised top section above three hobnail cut glass decanters with lidded front section enclosing a compartmentalised interior with drawer to the base, Bramah lock (with key), and bearing plaque inscribed ''The Alex Clark Manfc. Co. Fenchurch St. London. E.1'', width 37cm. A few flecks of veneer missing to the raised top section as well as some ...
Lot 16 An Edwardian oak and electroplated mounted combination tantalus/smokers' compendium housing three clear hobnail cut glass decanters with globular faceted stoppers and pinch to section compartment to the front centred with an ashtray and cigar cutter above two drawers, with Bramah lock, (no Bramah key) width 34cm, height of the mirrored back 34cm. General condition appears to be good with some minor ...
Lot 21 Three walking sticks; an ebonised example with hallmarked silver collar and horn handle, a curved handled example with a hallmarked silver collar, length 91cm, and a rustic example with carved bird handle, length 122cm (3).
Lot 22 A Victorian white metal collared horn handled bamboo shafted walking stick, inscribed ''Millie 1882'', length 88.5cm, a further malacca antler handled example and another, also an early 20th century brown silk parasol (af) (4).
Lot 24 A late 19th century Continental riding crop with electroplated horse head handle and string work shafted body, length 94cm (af). There is an area to upper part where there is a crude restoration covered with selloptape where the crop has probably snapped.
Lot 26 A mixed lot of collectors' items comprising a Victorian walnut and inlaid workbox, two snuff boxes, an early 20th century spectacles case, coins, also a Moorcroft oval trinket box and lozenge shaped pin dish.
Lot 27 An early 20th century brassbound coopered oak barrel, with swing loop handle, an unusual spade bearing presentation plaque inscribed ''Denby Local Board presented to Thomas Norton Esq on the occasion of turning the first sod of the Squarewood Reservoir 29th February 1892'' and two walking sticks (4).
Lot 38 A rare set of twelve original etched Esso 1 pint glass oil bottles, each with stepped ribbed neck and embossed ''Esso'' to the sides, height 31cm, contained within an original twelve bottle metal carrying frame.