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This sale was held on Wednesday 8th December 2021 at 10:00am

An Omega Geneve gentleman's wristwatch, with a circular dial in a gold plated and stainless steel case, circa 1969, on a later leather strap, the dial 3cm wide.

Hammer:
£320

An 18ct gold and diamond half hoop eternity ring, set with ten round brilliant cut diamonds, approx 0.50ct overall, in rub over setting, ring size M, 3.5g all in, sold with ring box and outer box.

Hammer:
£160

Two albums of early 20thC and later mainly Lincolnshire related postcards, to include Lincoln related, Newport Arch, The Stonebow, County Hospital, The Horse Fair, King Edward School, Grantham related, Long Bennington Church, St Wulfram's Church, North Parade, High Street, Colsterworth, Stoke Rochford, Boston, Cleethorpes, Stamford, Market Rasen, Spalding, Pinchbeck, etc.

Hammer:
£140

An early 19thC Flight Barr and Barr Worcester dish, of oval shaped form, decorated centrally with shells and foliage in the manner of John Barker, within a gilt seaweed border, stamped to underside, restored, 32cm wide.

Hammer:
£140

After John Rattenbury Skeaping (1901-1980). A French Hussar on horseback, bronze, on an oval marble base, signed, 40cm high. (base AF)

Hammer:
£22

A Royal Crown Derby Mulberry Hall Indian Elephant porcelain paperweight, limited edition number 457/500, with gold stopper and red printed mark to underside, 22cm high, boxed, with certificate.

Hammer:
£240

A pair of Royal Crown Derby Golden Jubilee Doves porcelain paperweights, commissioned by Goviers of Sidmouth, limited edition number 89/500, with gold stopper and gold printed marks to underside, 16cm high, boxed, with certificate.

Hammer:
£170

A German Third Reich Kriegsmarine officers dagger, with scabbard and engraved blade, stamped Paul Weyersberg & Co, 42cm long overall.

£400 - £600

A German Third Reich SA dagger, with polished steel and ebonised scabbard, wooden handle and engraved blade, 37cm long.

Hammer:
£280

A Naval dress sword, with simulated shagreen handle bound with brass wire, the guard stamped with an anchor, the leather scabbard mounted with engraved brass scabbard, 97cm long. (AF)

Hammer:
£100

Taxidermy: a leucistic cock pheasant, in glazed case, 77cm long.

Hammer:
£35

Taxidermy: a cock pheasant, in a glazed wall mounted case, 83cm wide.

Hammer:
£32

A brass skeleton clock, with shaped finials and a pierced dial with Roman numerals, the base mounted with recumbent lions, in a glass dome with ebonised base, 38cm high overall.

Hammer:
£220

An early 20thC Phillips 14'' terrestrial globe, number 2615, showing the principle steamship routes with distances in nautical miles and principle transcontinental railways, printed in Great Britain by George Phillip & Son Ltd, 32 Fleet Street, London, on a turned oak column and circular base, with three feet, 63cm high overall.

Hammer:
£85

An Antoine Courtois brass tuba, Challenger model, 66cm wide, in carrying case.

Hammer:
£200

An early 20thC violin, with a two piece back, lacking label, length of back 37cm, and two violin bows, cased.

Hammer:
£340

A 19thC French marble and bronze mantel clock, the top with a bronze figure of a cherub holding roses, on a red and black marble shaped base, with a white painted dial with Roman numerals and eight day movement, 41cm high, 30cm wide, with two winding keys.

Hammer:
£260

A late 20thC dapple grey rocking horse, on a pine trestle base, approx 134cm long overall, with purchase leaflets from The Rocking Horse Shop, Fangfoss, York.

Hammer:
£340

A Jacobean style solid oak and elm wake dining table, with double turned gate leg action, united by turned stretchers, 77cm high, 65cm wide, 160cm extended, 203cm deep.

Hammer:
£400

A harlequin set of ten Jacobean style oak dining chairs, with tan leather backs and over stuffed seats, raised on chamfered square legs united by H frame stretchers, comprising pair of carvers and four single chairs, together with four Inglesants single chairs (10)

No Estimate

A 17thC style oak coffer, with a foliate carved hinged lid, vacant interior, the triple panelled front carved with floral medallions, raised on bracket feet, 45cm high, 91cm wide, 46cm deep (AF)

Hammer:
£90

A pair of Moorcroft pottery Dancing Flame table lamps, of baluster form, against a cream ground, on turned hardwood bases, 47cm high overall.

Hammer:
£170

A Moorcroft pottery double gourd shaped vase, decorated with butterflies, flowers, etc., with green marks to underside, 30cm high, boxed.

Hammer:
£95

A Troika pottery cylindrical vase, decorated with two bands of circles, against a white ground, painted marks, 19cm high. (AF)

Hammer:
£140

A late 19thC mahogany and canvas concertina or squeeze box, with twenty four painted bone keys, 15cm x 12cm, in a mahogany fitted box.

Hammer:
£130

A 20thC brass and tin plate musical automaton bird cage, containing a feather clad bird and various artificial flowers, with a blue painted base, 33cm high including handle.

Hammer:
£70

A collection of early 20thC watch lathes and associated watch makers equipment, contained in a mahogany fitted case, interior label for Latter Bros. Watch Parts, 27 Fennel Street, Manchester, sold with a Lathe and Lathe Practice for Watch Makers booklet.

Hammer:
£1,100

A pair of mid 17thC style pewter candlesticks, each with circular sconce above a knop stem on a circular stepped base, various marks, 17cm high, and a Howard Pewter three piece pewter condiment set, impressed marks, comprising mustard pot, salt and pepper shakers. (a quantity)

Hammer:
£40

After Leonhard Posch (Austrian, 1750-1831) Goethe and Schiller, a pair of iron busts, each on a pedestal base, one indistinctly signed, each 14cm high.

Hammer:
£50

A group of late 18th/early 19thC deeds, marriage settlements, etc., to include release of the theatre at Nottingham, dated 29th September 1772, a marriage settlement between Amelia Heart Otters and Edward Strutt date 27th March 1837, a lease agreement dated 13th July 1838, etc. (a quantity)

Hammer:
£80

A Chapell of London two piece early 20thC mahogany cased upright piano, serial number 12182, and an oak piano stool.

Hammer:
£2

LP records, to include Dire Straits, Brothers in Arms, Making Movies, Communique, Pink Floyd, Black Oyster Cult, Rush Hemispheres, etc. (a quantity)

Hammer:
£95

An Aspinal of London red leather document sleeve, to fit A4 paper, boxed.

Hammer:
£35

19thC School. Portrait of a young soldier, hand tinted photograph, 19cm x 14cm, in an oak frame.

Hammer:
£32

A 1960's Pye stereophonic projection system record player, type 1005, on a hardwood stand, 70cm high, with operating handbook.

Hammer:
£40

An 18thC oak mule chest, the hinged lid enclosing a vacant interior above two drawers, on bracket feet, 69cm high, 104cm wide, 52cm deep.

Hammer:
£460

A pair of Bowers and Wilkins free standing speakers, in simulated rosewood cases, 88cm high.

Hammer:
£90

A late 19thC Continental marble topped occasional table, the circular top raised on heavily carved lions head and hairy paw legs, 63cm high, 84cm diameter.

Hammer:
£260

A 19thC carved Blackamore stand, on a carved rockwork style base, 125cm. (AF)

No Estimate

W. Hough, Portsmouth. A 19thC flame mahogany long case clock, with an arched moon phase dial, decorated with floral spandrels, chapter ring bearing Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with an eight day four pillar, two train movement, with bell strike, the hood with dentil moulding and brass capped, fluted columns, the case of pain form, raised on bracket feet, with...

Hammer:
£300

Five Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern porcelain plates, pattern number 1128, printed marks, 26.5cm diameter.

Hammer:
£260

A 19thC Graingers Worcester porcelain ink well, on a green ground with gilt highlights, the base 17cm diameter.

Hammer:
£30

A Mead Maksutov-Cassegrain telescope, ETX-125, in a brushed steel case, with tripod stand in a canvas bag.

Hammer:
£120

A 19thC oak and metal bound silver chest, bearing a plaque for Rev J.C. Blofeld, the hinged lid enclosing a vacant interior, 54cm high, 59cm wide, 33cm deep.

Hammer:
£120

A 19thC silk embroidery of a girl with bonnet in wheat field, 13cm x 17cm, in an oval gilt frame. (AF)

Hammer:
£12

Taxidermy: a great crested grebe, in naturalistic setting, in a glazed wall hanging case, the case 41cm high.

Hammer:
£140

A group of submarine badges, to include an America submarine pin badge, cast with a submarine flanked by two dolphins, 7.5cm wide, etc. (4)

Hammer:
£70

A Third Reich U-boat submarine badge, cast with eagle, swastika and submarine, 5.5cm wide.

Hammer:
£4,289


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