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This sale was held on 03/01/2019 at 10:00 am

The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909 led by Ernest Shackleton - June 23rd 1908. The Midwinter Celebration Programme from Winter Quarters, Cape Royds. Antarctica. LAT. 72 :: 32 S. LONG. 166 :: 12 E. Printed upon The Albion Press by Wild & Joyce 1908, comprising 3 leaves with etched plated after George Marston (recto blank) printed menu headed by woodcut vignette. Hole punched and tied with green ...

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The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909 led by Ernest Shackleton - October 27th 1907. The Original Contract of Service Agreement between Commander Ernest Henry Shackleton and William Charles Roberts. Outlining the details of the expedition to the Antarctic Zone, the expectations and privacy order of the expedition. Signed by William Charles Roberts of Auckland House, Feltham and Ernest Shackleton, ...

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The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909 led by Ernest Shackleton - December 13th 1909. A Signed Menu Card, for The Luncheon Given to Sir Ernest Shackleton CVO by the Members of The British Antarctic Expedition (1907-1909) In Celebration of the Well Deserved Honour Conferred upon Him by His Majesty The King. Signed by; George Marston; Artist - Shore Party., Bertram Armitage; General Aide, in charge ...

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The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909 lead by Ernest Shackleton October 1907. A poem upon White Star Line headed paper, depicting the SS Runic Australian Service via Cape Town, with poetry relating to the expedition, having intimate details regarding the expedition members upon the Runic, including Marshall, Adams, Joyce, Wild, Day, Marston, Priestley, and Roberts, 13cm x 20cm.

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The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909 lead by Ernest Shackleton December 30th 1907. A British Antarctic Expedition 1907 menu at the Canterbury Club Christchurch, comprising a pressed foliate decorated card menu with rear image depicting two sledges and the shore party upon Antarctica, with a menu card for a complimentary dinner given to Lieutenant Shackleton and the scientists and officers of ...

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The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909 led by Ernest Shackleton Tuesday August 3rd 1909. A menu for a dinner and presentation to Mr Charles Roberts of Feltham, London, by his fellows Townsmen and friends, at The Railway Hotel, Feltham, Tuesday August 3rd 1909. In honour of his participation in the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909, under the command of Lieutenant Ernest H Shackleton C.V.O ...

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A 1930s Clarice Cliff Gayday Bizarre pattern part service, comprising jug, 16cm H, teapot, two circular serving plates, six side plates, six cups, five saucers, two sized milk and cream jugs, lidded preserve jar and sugar bowl, printed marks beneath. (a quantity)

£500 - £800

Withdrawn Pre-Sale A Blue John chalice, with a compressed circular bowl, shaped cylindrical stem and circular foot, in vibrant shades of purple and white with other coloured flecks, 12cm H.

£400 - £600

An early 20thC cello, with shaped partially raised polished back, scroll end and four tuning knops, unmarked, 124cm W.

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A Blue John chalice, with shallow circular bowl, on a turned stem and stepped circular foot, in vibrant dark purple and amethyst colours, 15cm H.

£800 - £1,200

A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks, by James Dixon & Sons, each with Corinthian column stems on inverted and square bases, with a repeat dot border, Sheffield 1892, 28cm H, 58oz all in. (2,weighted)

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A pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, each with fluted columns on inverted and square bases with repeat dot borders, Sheffield 1910, 13cm H, 28oz all in. (2, weighted)

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A George III silver basting spoon, fiddle pattern, London 1818, 31cm W, 4oz.

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A George III silver basting spoon, fiddle pattern, probably 1798, 31cm W, 4oz.

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A Victorian silver ladle, fiddle pattern, London 1886, 18cm W, 2½oz.

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An early 20thC vesta case, golfing related, repoussé decorated with a figure in full swing, surmounted by two golf clubs with a scroll surround, match strike base and ring side, marked 925, 5cm H.

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A 20thC vesta case, of shaped outline, repoussé decorated with Art Nouveau style figure of a lady with flowers, shaped top, match strike base and ring side, marked Sterling 925, 7cm H.

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A Blue John font vase, with compressed circular bowl, inverted stem and circular stepped foot, in grey and black colours, 12cm H.

£400 - £600

A 19thC rococo design brass inkwell, heavily pierced with scroll and satyr mask heads, the back section with space for pen, fronted by enclosed inkwells, open well, and shaped platform raised on orb feet, initialled beneath, 47cm W.

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A Blue John urnular vase and cover, with a fixed domed lid with compressed knop, on tapering circular body and circular foot, with plinth base, predominantly in rich purple and orange colours, 14cm H.

£300 - £500

A Blue John bowl, of circular outline, on circular foot, in deep amethyst colours, 10cm dia.

£120 - £140

Various continental flatware, stylised Kings pattern with shells and scrolls, including tablespoons, 21cm W, each marked to the head and a part cased set of knives. (a quantity)

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A Blue John paperweight, of circular outline in deep amethyst and light orange and cream colours, 9cm dia.

£80 - £120

A Blue John bowl, of compressed circular outline, with inverted body, in light amethyst, orange and clear colours, 7cm dia.

£100 - £200

A 20thC model of a junk, with articulated sail and realistic deck, unmarked white metal on wooden stand, 15cm H.

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A cameo ring, claw set with oval profile, on a part pierced shank, marked 9ct, size M-N, 2g all in.

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A 9ct gold dress ring, with central emerald, flanked by two diamonds, on a plain shank, size K, 2½g all in.

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An 18ct gold diamond solitaire ring, with claw set stone, approx 0.5ct, on a part pierced shank, size J.

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A diamond dress ring, set with five sections of small diamonds, on a white gold ground, on textured shank, marked 585, size J-K.

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A dress ring, claw set with a blue stone, flanked by diamond shoulders, on a plain shank, size J-K, yellow metal, unmarked, possibly 18ct & plat.

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A 19thC continental box, of oval outline, the hinged lid raised with cockerel, with gilt coloured mounts, revealing a gilt coloured interior, partially marked 9cm W (marks rubbed).

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A George V silver milk jug and sugar bowl, 9cm H, each partially gadrooned, on circular feet, Birmingham 1930, 10oz. (2)

£80 - £120

A George VI silver Art Deco three piece tea service, comprising of a teapot, 16cm H, with wooden thumb mould handle, milk jug and two handled sugar bowl, Sheffield 1938 and 1939, 30oz all in.

£225 - £275

An Edwardian silver coffee pot, of inverted cylindrical outline, partially gadrooned, on quadruple orb feet with angular handle and shaped knop, Birmingham 1902, 26cm H, 21oz. all in.

£150 - £200

A George V silver and silver plated cutlery set, by Robert F Mosley Ltd, Sheffield, in a mahogany canteen, with raised lid, hinging to reveal a baize lined interior and settings for twelve with front drawers, containing further cutlery, with ladle and serving spoon, on a removable polished stand, terminating in inverted feet and fronted by a further drawer, with flush handle, Sheffield 1918, 132oz ...

£1,200 - £1,500

A pair of Victorian cast iron garden urns, each of campana form, partially gadrooned with inverted bodies and overhanging tops set with a geometric pattern, on compressed stems and square feet painted grey, 80cm H, 65cm dia.

£400 - £600

An early 20thC lead hunting group set, to include hounds, various huntsman, 9cm H, etc, to include red and black jacketed examples, various other painted lead hunting figures, etc. (a quantity)

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A set of three Edwardian silver salts, each with angular handles, partially gadrooned, Birmingham 1902, 5cm H, and a silver dessert spoon, fiddle and shell pattern, 4oz. (4)

£25 - £40

An early 20thC enamel and white metal brooch, centred by a polished red section, with an outer floral and leaf banding, predominately in pink and blue, marked China beneath, 5cm W, various earrings, costume brooch, other of diamond outline, marked verso, with plain pin back, and a Celtic style brooch, on chain, etc. (a quantity)

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Various costume jewellery, comprising of an elaborate leopard and other headed bangles, 8cm wide, etc, enamel finish peacock bangle on yellow ground, elaborate bracelet, necklace, amethyst finish bracelet, leopards pendant chain, poodle brooch, etc. (a quantity)

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Two amber style necklaces, each rough cut, 54cm long, etc. (2)

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Various silver plate, etc., DNH initialled mug, 9cm H, cased set of spoons, three piece cruet set and a cut glass preserve jar. (a quantity)

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A late 19thC walking cane, with polished wooden stem, the head with shaped pommel, set with coat of arms, with (later) metal tip, 86cm W.

£30 - £50

A 9ct gold playing card pendant, 3cm H, picked out in sapphires, rubies and diamonds, on a slender link chain, 3g all in.

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A limited edition millennium 9ct gold ingot, on slender link chain, 3cm H, 10g.(cased)

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A pair of flintlock muff pistols, by Rock & Sons, with other accessories to include turn key 8cm W, etc. (a quantity, in fitted case) Probably made by A S Rock, Wednesbury, Staffordshire, c1821.

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A pair of Edwardian silver plated and ivory fish servers, each with pierced bright cut blades, comprising of a fork 29cm wide, and knife, in fitted case.

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A bayonet, with metal scabbard and handle and plain blade, 45cm W.

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