Lot 1 A 19th century ebonised table cabinet decorated with numerous painted enamel plaques depicting various mythological scenes, predominantly muses and allegories, the largest depicting an allegory of painting after Francois Boucher, 10 x 13.5cm, with a foliate scroll painted enamel column with a figural gilt metal finial, surmounted with a figure of cherub seated upon a lion, with pair of doors enclosing ...
Lot 2 A late Victorian carved walnut rectangular chest with hinged lid centred with brass cartouche inscribed 'Mrs J.F Gemmell from Whiteinch Working Lads Carving Club 28th April 1893', 61.5 x 36 x 32.5cm.
Lot 3 An early 20th century parquetry decorated miniature chest of four drawers, height 10.5cm, a further smaller similar example and a tortoiseshell and bone mother of pearl inlaid miniature model of mandolin, length 12.5cm (3).
Lot 6 A Black Forest square trinket box, carved in relief with floral motifs with butterflies to the lid and bamboo effect edges, 12 x 12.5 x 6cm, also a late 19th century Sheffield steel wooden cased campaign knife and fork and a cased scientific instrument (3).
Lot 9 Three Russian lacquered trinket boxes with painted lids to include a river landscape, signed by Samogurov, 1969, 14.5 x 17cm, the other depicting a troika by Gusev, also a Turkish wooden musical box (4).
Lot 10 A group of Russian collectable items to include boxed Sputnik related commemorative ornaments, a pair of Ural Mountains souvenir, also a group of metal flatware, four miniature teddy bears, folklore dolls, etc.
Lot 17 An unopened box of fifty King Edward Panetela Deluxe full rich flavour cigars, two packs of King Edward VII Imperial America's mildest cigars (both packs opened, one missing), twelve Alvaro 'Elegantes' examples and a single Bolivar 'Churchill' example in aluminium tube.
Lot 21 A collection of matchbox covers to include examples for Gibraltar, RAF, Plymouth Navy Week, Bill The Dullocky with further enamelled, Bryant & May etc, also two crest ware vestas and matchbook holders including Blackpool for the visit of the Channel Fleet 1907.
Lot 23 A group of Victorian and later vestas and boxes including a number with patented/registered designs, some with advertising stamps including example for I.N. Masters of Rye 'Watchmakers Patronised By Royalty Catalogue Three'.
Lot 28 An early 19th century brass bound writing slope with twin campaign style handles, Tompson's GR patent lock, fitted interior with match striker stamped for Asprey and gilt tooled leather covered writing surface, secret drawer to left side, 17.5 x 51 x 28cm.
Lot 34 A small collection of pens to include a boxed Schaeffer fountain pen with 14k nib, a Waterman fountain pen with 14k nib, a boxed Rotring ballpoint pen and pencil etc, also a quantity of tie clips, cufflinks, dress studs and two vintage wallets.
Lot 35 A mixed lot of collectors' items to include three Parker fountain pens (two with 14ct gold nibs), a mother of pearl handled button hook, a J & T Lennie of Edinburgh six draw brass telescope, length 38cm, a beadwork evening purse and a model of a cannon.
Lot 40 A 19th century burr walnut and inlaid workbox (for restoration), two 19th century mahogany rectangular boxes, an Edwardian mahogany mantel clock case (af), an Indian knife and a pair of binoculars (6).
Lot 41 A group of sewing items comprising an Edward VII hallmarked silver novelty pin cushion modelled as a shoe, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1907, a humming bird with pincushion and further pincushion clamp, a Black Forest type novelty pincushion modelled as a harvest gatherer, two hallmarked silver thimbles and a needlework tools collecting guide by Eleanor Johnson (7).
Lot 43 FREDERICK WICK; an Edward VII hallmarked silver mounted black leather purse, London 1903, length 11cm and a late 19th century brass and copper example with painted aperture depicting a topographical scene (2).
Lot 47 A collection of nine walking sticks and canes to include horn and antler handled examples, one with silver collar, two rustic examples and one with brass handle modelled as a duck head, also an ebonised Indian sword stick (10).