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20th C continental silver rectangular inkstand, the two clear glass wells with hinged silver tops, on four leaf cast feet, stamped Topazo FMT 0.925, (W21.5cm x D14cm), 14.0oz

£150 - £200

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Modern hallmarked silver goblet, with presentation inscription dated 1997, Sheffield 1996, (H17cm) 10.9oz

£120 - £180

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Two pairs of Geo. V engine turned silver hallmarked hairbrushes, Birmingham 1925, cut glass dressing table jar with hallmarked silver top, Birmingham 1916, small cut glass scent bottle with hallmarked silver top, and another, hallmark obscure (7)

£80 - £100

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Late Victorian painted cast Spelter table cigarette lighter in the form of a seated greyhound, hinged lifting head with black glass eyes revealing brass lighter, (H17cm)

£80 - £100

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Royal Doulton Flambé tobacco jar, the oval body decorated with a hunting scene with silver rim hallmarked London 1911, the cover moulded as two entwined foxes, the base with printed marks and impressed 26 (15cm x 17cm), and a flambé model of a stalking fox (L15cm) (2)

£300 - £500

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19th C Sunderland lustre jug printed with Masonic emblems including all-seeing eye, celestial and terrestrial globe, etc with verse (H20cm), a large Sunderland lustre mug with pastoral scenes, two Sunderland lustre jugs decorated with the western view of the Ironbridge, the mariners compass and motto (4)

£150 - £200

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Burmese style white metal trumpet shaped vase, decorated with dragons within floral scene above waves on circular base, mounted on carved hardwood stand (H22cm)

£80 - £120

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Geo. V silver hallmarked hammered pedestal circular bowl, the rim with fox chasing goose in relief, Birmingham 1938, by A E Jones (H7cm, D10.5cm).

£200 - £300

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19th C black leather veterinary pouch containing a collection of 11 veterinary horn mounted instruments by W.M Hutchinson Sheffield.

£800 - £1,200

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19th C twin bladed pocket knife by Taylor of Sheffield "Real Witness Knife" and a cattle foot paring knife by Wostenholm of Sheffield (2)

£150 - £200

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Late 19th C 'Game Keepers' pocket knife with 13 tools and 16 functions and twin antler grips. An inset, shield shaped cartouche engraved A. Lawry Bawtry with further inscriptions to folding pick- Alfred Lawry, gamekeeper to Sir Charles Lowther Bart-Bartry Hall, Yorkshire. By Needham Brothers of Sheffield.

£400 - £600

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Very large cut-glass, globe scent bottle with silver hallmarked top- Birmingham, 1907 (H12.5cm)

£50 - £80

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Picquet mounted silver trinket box Birmingham, 1926 by Walker and Hall (H4cm Diameter 7.5cm)

£150 - £200

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Enamel and gilt faced 8 day mantel clock with pair of horses heads on yellow enamel background with easel stand, reverse marked 54094 W.R Genebe Argeny Dore, stamped 0935 (H12.5 cm)

£200 - £300

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Early 19th C mahogany twin handled oval tray, with brass bound waved gallery (53cm x 37cm).

£60 - £80

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John Horsburgh of Edinburgh, pair of half length portraits of a Victorian lady and gentleman, oil on card, signed Horsburgh Eddins. 1879/1880 (oval 24cm x 21cm), in metal frames

£100 - £200

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Pair of Doulton Lambeth faience (1872) floral decorated vases with three artist marks to the underside: M.D, J.D, E.D (Mark Denley, Josephine A Durtnall). (H30cm)

£100 - £150

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9ct gold hallmarked and enamelled West Riding County 1930-1931 F.A County Cup circular medallion, (2.75cm) 16.9g

£200 - £300

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Edward Vll half sovereign in 9ct gold hallmarked sunburst mount, 6.5g

£200 - £300

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22ct gold hallmarked wedding band, 3.6g and a 9ct gold hallmarked St. Christopher charm, 4.6g gross (2)

£100 - £200

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19th C Dutch marquetry side cabinet, gallery top decorated with a profuse flower basket above a tambour door and a single drawer, on square tapered supports with brass peg feet (W50cm x D34cm x H66cm)

£80 - £100

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Small Geo. III planked oak mule chest, with hinged lid and the single drawer with turned wooden handles, brass side carry handles, on bracket feet, (W64cm x D33cm x H34cm)

£100 - £200

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Regency rosewood pole screen, the brass column on scroll carved trefoil base with brass moulding and on three lobed brass feet, now adapted as a standard lamp (H25cm)

£100 - £200

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17th C style oak joint stool, moulded top and arcade carved frieze on reeded supports joined by stretchers, and another two similar stools on turned supports with stretchers (50cm x 27cm x 45cm) (3)

£80 - £100

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18th C cross and feather banded walnut chest with moulded top above three short and three long drawers with brass handles, on bracket feet (W106cm x D59cm x H105cm).

£300 - £500

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Late Victorian mahogany secretaire bookcase, moulded cornice above a pair of astragal moulded bevelled glazed doors, full front with carved central panel and inset leather writing surface, lock stamped Hobbs and Co. London above a pair of geometrical moulded panel doors with ivory plaque for Bowman Brothers Camden Town, London. (H233cm x W125cm x D50cm)

£200 - £400

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17th C style oak kneehole desk, hinged top with fitted interior above two real and two faux drawers with turned wooden handles and carved frieze, on baluster turned supports joined by stretchers (W106cm x D68cm x H77cm).

£150 - £250

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George III oak dresser, twin shelf back with shaped frieze above two real and one faux drawers enclosed by stepped arch cupboards and drawers, brass swan necked handles on stile feet (185cm x 166cm x 44cm).

£300 - £500

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Small 17th C style oak court cupboard, with lunette carved frieze and arch panel door with baluster supports, above similar doors on baluster turned supports joined by stretchers (W68cm x H104cm x D34cm).

£100 - £200

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17th C style oak low side cabinet, with overhanging top, and scroll carved frieze above two lozenge and scroll panel doors, on baluster turned support joined by stretcher (W94cm x D36cm x H82cm).

£100 - £200

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Early 19th C mahogany bow front dressing chest, moulded top above brushing slide and four graduated cock beaded drawers with brass ring handles on shaped apron and bracket feet (W81cm x D50cm x H85cm).

£150 - £200

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T. Jackson (19th C): Sheep and cattle in an extensive landscape, oil on canvas, signed, 23cm x 39cm

£50 - £100

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E.G. Bosomworth (19th C): 'On the Wharf, Bolton Woods', oil on canvas, signed, 29cm x 44cm

£50 - £100

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Scottish School (19th C): 'Eilaan Donan Loch Lomond', Highland Cattle with castle in a landscape, oil on canvas, signed, 29cm x 50cm, titled on label verso

£50 - £100

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English School (early 20th C): Full length portrait study of a young girl seated with a doll, watercolour, signed with monogram TAA? and dated 1911, 37cm x 26cm

£80 - £100

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I.G. Sykes (20th C): Cattle watering and a resting Milkmaid, both in river landscapes, watercolour hightened with white, both signed, 23.5cm x 38cm (2)

£50 - £80

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Joseph Dixon Clark (1849-1944): 'The Plough Team' oil on canvas, signed Dixon Clark, 53cm x 73cm

£150 - £200

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Herbert J. St. John Jones (1870-1939): 'Three Famous Yorkshire Show Hackneys', study of three horses with their proud owner in a landscape, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1907, 59cm x 101cm, extensively inscribed verso, "Mr. H. Rodmell's Three Famous Yorkshire Show Hackneys, Prince Fortunatus, Winner, First Prize, London Hackney Show 1907, Holly King and Holly Queen...Painted from Life by Herbert ...

£700 - £1,000

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G.? Summerville (late 20th C): Cocker Spaniel with three puppies, oil on canvas, signed, 19cm x 27cm

£30 - £50

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Cornelius Pearson (1805-1891) & Thomas Wainwright (1794-1883): Cattle resting in a mountainous landscape with boats and sheep in the distance, watercolour, signed C Pearson 1877, cattle by Wainwright, watercolour, 21cm x 41cm

£80 - £100

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R.H. Petherick: Study of a Fox, watercolour heightened with white, signed in pencil, 32cm x 38cm

£40 - £60

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Eileen A Soper (1905-1990): 'Genet', watercolour, signed, 37cm x 55cm, with Mall Galleries Society of Wildlife Artists Exhibition 1980 label verso, and No.236

£50 - £80

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Martin Wells (1928-2009): White Cliffs of Dover, acrylic oil on board, 48cm x 83cm

£40 - £60

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Peggy Wells, born Dora Margaret Gibbons (1903-1982): Still life studies of garden flowers, oil on canvas framed as ovals, inscribed verso, 44cm x 34cm and a small watercolour by the same hand, 13cm x 13cm (3)

£50 - £100

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Early 20th C brass oil lamp with etched rose tinted shade on 3 column supports and turned circular base (H70cm)

£80 - £120

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George Jones (1874-1891) large oval meat plate entitled "Chrysanthemums" with associated strainer (55cm x 43cm)

£70 - £100

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Rowland Henry Hill (Staithes Group 1873-1952): The Old Rectory Middleton, watercolour, signed and dated 1937, 24cm x 34cm

£300 - £500

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Rowland Henry Hill (Staithes Group 1873-1952): Foulsyke Farm Cottage Ugthorpe, watercolour, signed and dated 1933, 18cm x 28cm

£300 - £500

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