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1.      A late Victorian silver Punch / Fruit Bowl, by Barker Brothers, hallmarked Birmingham, 1898, of circular form with foliate embossed decoration, three vacant cartouche, corresponding pedestal foot and a wavy edge, 11in (28cm) diameter, approx weight 30ozt. £200-300
2.      A set of six Victorian silver Teaspoons, by James Deakin & Sons, hallmarked Sheffield, 1899, Old English pattern, together with a quantity of late 17thC and early 18thC silver spoons, a pair of Victorian silver sugar tongs and two silver forks, approx total weight 22.7ozt (a lot) £120-150
3.      A small silver five bar Toast Rack, hallmarked Birmingham, 1936, together with a pair of silver napkin rings, hallmarked Birmingham, 1930, with engine turned decoration and an enamelled crest marked 'Dublin', a small circular silver pot and cover, one other napkin ring, two silver bladed fruit knives with mother of pearl handles etc., weighable silver 4.4ozt (a lot) £40-60
4.      An Edwardian silver Christening Mug, by Mappin & Webb, hallmarked Sheffield, 1902, of conical form with plain circular foot and plain C handle, embossed with foliate ribbon decoration, monogrammed, 4in (10cm) high, approx weight 7.8ozt. £80-120
5.      A contemporary silver Hip Flask, by Harrod's Ltd., hallmarked Birmingham, 1996, of plain convex rectangular form, screw fitting hinged cap, 6in (15cm) high to top of cap, approx total weight 7.3ozt. £100-150
6.      An Indian silver cylindrical Pot and Cover, the whole decorated with animals and birds amongst trees and flowers, 3¼in (8.5cm) high, approx weight 3.8ozt. £40-60
7.      An Art Deco silver and guilloche enamel Powder Compact, by Asprey & Co. Ltd., hallmarked Birmingham, 1935, of shaped square form, the front with blue enamel and marcasite detail, the reverse engine turned, some minor damages. £40-60
8.      A George V silver Cigarette Case, hallmarked Birmingham, 1921, of hinged rectangular form, the front and reverse with engine turned decoration, the gilded interior with initials and dated 1925, (11cm x 8.5cm), approx weight 5.9ozt. £50-70
9.      A set of six George III silver Dessert Spoons, by William Eley & William Feran, hallmarked London, 1819, fiddle pattern, 6¾in (17cm) long, the handles with initials, together with three silver teaspoons, a silver tablespoon and a small silver hinged box, approx total weight 11.3ozt (a lot) £60-80
10.     A Victorian silver three piece Tea Set, by Roberts & Belk, hallmarked Sheffield, 1892, of ovoid form with demi fluted decoration, the teapot with ebonised wooden handle and finial, the two handled sugar bowl and cream jug with reeded handles, all crested, approx total weight 25ozt, together with a corresponding silver plated spirit kettle (4) £150-200
11.     A George V silver Teapot, by Blackmore & Fletcher Ltd., hallmarked London, 1919, of shaped rectangular form with gadrooned edge, wooden handle and finial, 6in (15.5cm) high, approx total weight 22ozt. £100-150
12.     A George II silver Coffee Pot, makers mark worn but probably Gabriel Sleath, hallmarked London, 1748, of tapering form with tucked in base on a circular foot, fruitwood scrolling handle, the body with scrolling foliate decoration, ogee domed cover with pineapple finial, the lid unmarked, 9¼in (23.5cm) high, approx total weight 22.8cm. £300-400
13.     A pair of late Victorian silver Bon Bon Dishes, by Matthew John Jessop, hallmarked Birmingham, 1899, of circular form with geometrically pierced sides, 5¼in (13.2cm) diameter, approx total weight 9ozt (2) £80-120
14.     An early 19thC Dutch silver Birth Spoon, of traditional form with the finial moulded as a pair of lovers, the reverse of the bowl named and dated 1806, together with another example similar with the finial in the form of a galleon, dated 1815, and two other Edwardian silver gilt cast spoons, hallmarked London, 1902, one damaged (4) £80-120
15.     An Eastern silver hinged table Cigarette Box, with foliate decoration and wood lined interior, the base with makers mark 'A.M', 6¼in (16cm) wide. £50-70
16.     A pair of Victorian silver Open Salts, by George John Richards, hallmarked London, 1854, of circular form with gadrooned rim, floral decoration, raised on three shell capped hoof feet, initialled, together with a pair of silver mustard pots, by Asprey & Co. Lrd., hallmarked London, 1903, and two other silver mustard pots (6) £80-120
17.     A pair of Elizabeth II silver Bottle Coasters, hallmarked London, 1973, of circular form with geometrically pierced sides and wavy gadrooned rim, 5½in (14cm) wide (2) £100-150
18.     An Elizabeth II silver Salver, by Charles S Green & Co. Ltd., hallmarked Birmingham, 1982, of plain circular form with serpentine edge, raised on three claw and ball feet, 10in (25cm) diameter, approx weight 15.8ozt. £150-200
19.     A Pair of Edwardian silver Candlesticks, by Fordham & Faulkner, hallmarked Sheffield, 1904, with knopped stems on stepped shaped square bases, removable square sconces, 9½in (24cm) high (2) £200-300
20.     A pair of late Victorian silver Bon Bon Dishes, by A & J Zimmerman, hallmarked Birmingham, 1897, of small circular form with foliate piercing, wavy cut edge, together with a small circular silver bowl and pedestal base, hallmarked London, 1901, approx total weight 7.1ozt (3) £60-80
21.     A George V silver Teapot, by Walker & Hall, hallmarked Sheffield, 1934, of circular form, decorated in the Art Deco style with an undulating stepped band of decoration, corresponding wooden handle and stepped circular wooden finial, the underside given measurement '1½pints', 5¼in (13cm) high, approx total weight 18.4ozt. £100-150
22.     An Edwardian circular silver Bowl, hallmarked Birmingham, 1906, makers mark worn, with two lion mask ring handles, demi fluted decoration, and two vacant cartouche, stepped circular foot, shell capped shaped rim, 6in (15cm) diameter, approx total weight 15.8ozt. £100-150
23.     A silver and cut glass Hors D'oeuvres Dish, by Walker & Hall, hallmarked Sheffield, 1943, the silver base of circular form with wavy cut edge, with five cut glass dishes, two chipped, silver weight 12ozt. £60-80
24.     A cased George V silver mounted Dressing Table Set, by Albert Carter, hallmarked Birmingham, 1928, the reverse mounted with faux shagreen, in fitted leather presentation case. £70-90
25.     Tennis Interest; An Edwardian silver Belt Buckle, by Reynolds & Westwood, hallmarked Birmingham, 1908, of foliate openwork design, with each half decorated tennis racket and ball, total width 4in (10cm), approx total weight 1.3ozt
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £30-40
26.     A George V silver and enamel heart shaped hinged Box and Cover, by Cohen & Charles, hallmarked Birmingham, 1910, the lid with green and white foliate enamel decoration,, together with two silver and enamel buckles, and a Continental silver and enamel circular powder box (4)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
27.     A small quantity of silver, including a silver buckle, white metal filigree circular pot and cover, the base marked "HS", silver pen knife, commemorative silver anointing spoon, etc (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
28.     A George V silver and enamel Cigarette Case, by Adie Brothers, hallmarked Birmingham, 1928, of hinged rectangular form, the whole front enamelled with depiction of a Wolfhound within naturalistic setting, the gilded interior with inscription 'One who possessed Beauty without Vanity, Strength without Insolence, Courage without Ferocity, and all the virtues of man without his vices.', 4¼in (10.5cm) high, some damage to enamel on bottom right corner. £200-300
29.     A French silver and enamel Powder Compact, retailed by Houbigant, with London import marks for 1928, of circular form, with hinged lid with enamelled depiction of a Staffordshire Bull Terrier in a naturalistic setting, gilded interior, lift out gilt metal powder pack, mirror in lid missing, 2in (5cm) diameter. £80-120
30.     A Continental silver and enamel Powder Compact, London import marks for George Stockwell, 1928, of circular, the hinged lid with enamelled depiction of a wolfhound in naturalistic setting, gilded interior with mirror in lid, 2in (5cm) diameter. £80-120
31.     A pair of George V silver Candlesticks, by Reid & Sons, hallmarked London. 1913, square bases with tapering stem, square urn shaped capitals, corresponding removable drip trays, the bases with small crest, 9in (23cm) high (2) £150-200
32.     A Victorian silver Christening Mug, by Charles Stuart Harris, hallmarked London, 1888, of oval form, decorated across the centre with signs of the zodiac, with foliate decoration above and below, plain C handle, engraved and dated cartouche, 3½in (9cm) high. £60-80
33.     An Edwardian silver mounted mother-of-pearl Desk Letter Clip, by Grey & Co., hallmarked London, 1906, the pierced silver clip with scrolling foliate decoration and central putti figure, the shell approx 7in (18cm) diameter, hinge worn. £50-70
34.     A cased silver Christening Quaiche and Spoon Set, by William Lister & Sons, the bowl hallmarked Birmingham, 1939, the spoon, Sheffield 1930, both with initials, in original William Lister fitted presentation case, approx total weight 5ozt. £60-80
35.     A late Victorian silver Tea Caddy, by Maurice Freeman, hallmarked London, 1893, of hinged rectangular form, the plain box with a lid in relief decoration of a classical scene of a faun chasing a maiden through a forest, 4½in (11.5cm) wide, approx weight 11.6ozt. £80-120
36.     A set of twelve silver Teaspoons with Sugar Nips, by Lee & Wigfull, hallmarked Sheffield 1913, of trefid spoon design with rat tail reverse, in associated presentation case, approx total weight 3.3ozt. £50-70
37.     A George V silver Sauceboat, by William Lister & Sons, hallmarked Sheffield, 1929, of traditional form with wavy cut edge, raised on three hoof feet with scrolling handle, 6in (15cm) long, approx weight 4.4ozt. £40-60
38.     A George V silver shell shaped Butter Dish, by Horace Woodward & Co. Ltd., hallmarked London, 1914, together with a pair of pierced Victorian silver pin trays, hallmarked Chester 1895, a/f, approx total weight 3.4ozt (3) £40-60
39.     A cased pair of Victorian silver Napkin Rings, by Elkington & Co. Ltd., hallmarked Birmingham, 1894, of circular form with bright cut foliate decoration, initialled, in fitted leather presentation case, together with a cased silver napkin ring, hallmarked London, 1908, with inscription, and two other silver napkin rings, approx total weight 4.6ozt (4) £50-70
40.     Manchester Dog Show interest: A pair of Edwardian silver Prize Spoons, from 'Manchester Dog Show', by John Round & Son Ltd., hallmarked Sheffield 1907 / 1910, together with a pair of Edwardian silver spoons, hallmarked Sheffield 1906, the bowls engraved 'Manchester 1907', a silver teaspoon with enamelled crested finial for 'H St L & S. Canine Society', four silver 'L.K.A.' (Lancashire Kennel Association) medals, silver replica anointing spoon etc., approx total weight 12.7ozt, and a velvet lined domed presentation case (a lot) £80-120
41.     An Elizabeth II silver Salver, by J.B Chatterley & Sons Ltds., hallmarked Birmingham, 1976, of circular form with serpentine edge, raised on four scroll feet, 8in (20.5cm) high, approx total weight 10.8ozt. £80-120
42.     A set of five William IV Irish silver fiddle pattern Forks, hallmarked Dublin, 1831, monogrammed, 6¾in (17cm) long, approx total weight 7.8ozt (5) £70-90
43.     Scottish Provincial Silver; An early 19thC Soup Ladle, by Alexander Cameron (1820 - 1840), Dundee, fiddle pattern, the handle crested, 13in (33cm) long, approx weight 7.1ozt. £200-300
44.     A set of five Scottish Victorian silver Sauce Ladles, by John Wilkie, hallmarked Edinburgh, 1852, fiddle pattern, crested, 6in (15cm) long, together with three silver salt spoons, one by Alexander Cameron, Dundee, with corresponding crest, approx total weight 6.6ozt (8) £60-80
45.     A cased silver Egg Cup and Spoon Set, by Deakin & Francis Ltd., hallmarked Birmingham, 1973, together with another set similar, by Deakin & Francis Ltd., hallmarked Birmingham, 1971 / 1975, approx total weight 3ozt (2) £50-70
46.     A 19thC Russian silver gilt Open Salt, by Viktor Vasilyevich Savinsky, Moscow, 1862, of circular form with wavy rim, scrolling foiliate engraved decoration, raised on three ball feet, gilding worn. £40-60
47.     A Victorian silver Bon Bon Dish, by John Lowe, hallmarked Chester, 1878, of circular form with wavy edge, beaded decoration, raised on three lion mask paw feet, 4¾in (12cm) diameter, approx weight 3.9ozt. £40-60
48.     A small George V silver footed Bon Bon Dish, by Henry Matthews, hallmarked Birmingham, 1919, of shaped circular form with pierced sides, raised on a plain circular foot, 4in (10cm) diameter, together with a pair of small circular silver bon bon dishes, hallmarked Birmingham, 1922 (3) £50-70
49.     A George VI silver Sauce Boat, by Mappin & Webb, hallmarked Sheffield, 1939, of traditional form with wavy cut edge, raised on three hoof feet, together with a Victorian silver cream jug, hallmarked Birmingham, 1894, with demi-fluted decoration, and another similar, hallmarked London 1894, approx total weight 8.8ozt (3) £60-80
50.     A George V three piece silver Cruet Set. by Blackmore & Fletcher Ltd., hallmarked Birmingham, 1934, the mustard pot with blue glass liner, open salt and a small pepperette, together with a pair of Edwardian silver octagonal open salts, hallmarked London, 1907, and an Edwardian silver mustard pot, hallmarked Chester 1909 (6)
51.     A small circular Eastern silver Bowl, marked to base T.90, tested as silver, together with two small silver trays, a bottle label, hallmarked Birmingham, 1993, and a silver topped cut glass dressing table jar, weighable silver 6.1ozt (5) £50-70
52.     A quantity of damaged Silver Items, including two napkin rings, christening mug, cigarette box, candlesticks etc., weighable silver 6ozt (a lot) £50-70
53.     A George V silver Pin Tray, by Josiah Williams & Co., hallmarked London, 1922, together with two silver napkin rings, approx total weight 4ozt, a silver propelling pencil and three pieces of silver plate (a lot) £40-60
54.     A late Victorian cased set of Victorian silver Fish Servers, by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., hallmarked London, 1896, the ivory handles crested, in fitted Goldsmiths & Silversmiths presentation case. £60-80
55.     A cased set of six George VI silver Tea Spoons with Sugar Nips, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd., hallmarked Sheffield 1943 / 1944, in fitted presentation case, together with a cased silver handled cake knife (2) £30-40
56.     A late Victorian silver three piece Bachelor's Tea Set, by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, hallmarked London, 1897 / 1898, of small circular form, with moulded decoration and reeded edge, the teapot with wooden handle and finial, the sugar bowl and cream jug with circular ring handle, teapot 4¾in (12cm) high. £150-200
57.     An Edwardian silver Vesta Case, by William Neale, hallmarked Chester 1905, of traditional hinged rectangular form with bands of reeded decoration, central cartouche engraved with initials, together with five other silver vesta cases, and a small silver card case, damaged, approx total weight 5.6ozt (6) £80-120
58.     A cased set of six late Victorian silver Teaspoons with Sugar Nips, by John Millard Banks, hallmarked Birmingham, 1893, gilded bowls with bright cut foliate decoration, in velvet lined presentation case, together with a cased Victorian spoon and fork set, by Hilliard & Thomason, hallmarked Birmingham 1890, the front and reverse with bright cut foliate decoration, in fitted case (2) £40-60
59.     A George V silver Sauce Boat, by Barker Brothers, hallmarked Chester 1914, of traditional form with wavy cut edge, together with a small silver cream jug, by Viners hallmarked Sheffield, 1932, and a silver mustard pot with blue glass liner, by Marples & co., hallmarked Birmingham, 1906, approx total weight 10.6ozt (3) £70-90
60.     A cased set of six George V silver Teaspoons with Sugar Nips, by Mappin & Webb, hallmarked Sheffield 1915, in velvet lined fitted presentation case. £30-40
61.     A group of six small sterling silver Pepperettes, of plain octagonal form with screw fitting circular pierced covers, the bases marked 'JWW Sterling', 1½in (4cm) high, together with a small collection of various silver spoons and a small quantity of silver plated items, weighable silver 4ozt (a lot) £40-60
62.     A late Victorian silver Dressing Table Tray, hallmarked Birmingham, 1900, of lobed form with putti amongst foliate decoration, the centre with vacant cartouche, together with a small capstan inkwell, by Walker & Hall, hallmarked Sheffield, 1910, a silver mounted glass stamp wetter and a small silver stamp roller (4) £60-80
63.     A pair of short silver Candlesticks, hallmarked Birmingham, 1970, 2¾in (7cm) high, together with a shorter pair, also hallmarked Birmingham, 1970 (4) £30-40
64.     A Victorian silver Vesta Case, by Sampson Mordan & Co., hallmarked London, 1882, of plain rectangular form, base with striker and hinged top, with initials, 4cm high, together with three early 20thC silver vesta cases (4) £60-80
65.     A small silver Sugar Caster, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd., hallmarked London, 1968, of traditional form with pierced cover and knopped finial, 5¼in (13.5cm) high, approx weight 4.7ozt. £40-60
66.     A George V silver Caddy Spoon, by George Unite, hallmarked Birmingham, 1925, with shell finial, together with a George IV silver spoon, by Edward Farrell, hallmarked London, 1823, two silver pierced pin trays, hallmarked Birmingham 1899, an unusual pair of silver plated asparagus tongs, and a small quantity of other silver flatware, circular dish, etc. weighable silver 5ozt (a lot) £60-80
67.     A late Victorian silver Vesta Case, by Joseph Whitten, hallmarked Birmingham, 1896, of traditional form with foliate decoration, engraved with initials, together with five other silver vesta cases (6) £60-80
68.     A George V silver mounted Pocket Watch Easel Case, by Henry Matthews, hallmarked Birmingham, 1915, of square form with leather easel reverse, the aperture for a 'giant' pocket watch, containing a nickel pocket watch, together with a small modern silver mounted easel clock, by Kitney & Co., hallmarked London, 1996, velvet easel reverse, quartz clock (2) £40-60
69.     A pair of Edwardian silver Matchbox Holders, by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders, hallmarked Chester 1907, the bases of circular form with rectangular box holders above, together with another silver matchbox case, three silver vesta cases, two brass vesta cases etc., (a lot) £50-70
70.     A collection of seven silver Napkin Rings, various makers and dates, af, together with a small silver pepperette and two small silver open salts with blue glass liners, approx total weight 5.1ozt (a lot) £40-60
71.     A cased Victorian silver Fork and Spoon Set, by Josiah Williams & Co., hallmarked London, 1890, with bright cut foliate decoration, in velvet lined fitted presentation case, together with a George III silver cream jug, hallmarks worn but probably London, 1805, of oval form with a band of bright cut decoration, reeded handle, approx total weight 4.6ozt (2) £40-60
72.     A large George V silver Capstan Inkwell, by A & J Zimmerman Ltd., hallmarked Birmingham, 1911, of traditional form, engraved hinged lid and replacement liner, 7in (17.5cm). £30-40
73.     A George V silver Cigarette Case, hallmarked Birmingham, 1929, of hinged rectangular form with engine turned decoration, the front with initials, together with a quantity of other silver and silver mounted items, including three frames, spill vase etc., all a/f, weighable silver 8.1ozt (a lot) £50-70
74.     A Victorian silver Fish Slice, by Mary Chawner, hallmarked London, 1840, fiddle pattern with pierced blade, the handle crested, 12in (30.5cm) long, approx weight 4.6ozt. £60-80
75.     A George V silver Soup Ladle, by Walker & Hall, hallmarked Sheffield, 1911, Old English pattern, 13in (33cm) long, approx weight 8ozt. £80-120
76.     A cased set of three silver Spoons, by Charles Boyton, hallmarked London 1892, each finial cast as a 'national symbol' - Rose, Shamrock and Thistle, with twist stems and the bowls gilded, the picture back reverses with a thistle, a harp and a rose, in velvet lined presentation case. £50-70
77.     A cased set of six Continental silver Art Nouveau style Buttons, with import marks for Birmingham, 1902, of shaped rectangular form with a central female bust, in velvet lined fitted leather case. £60-80
78.     Local Interest; A cased silver Commemorative Preserve Spoon, by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., hallmarked London, 1950, the finial for C&J Clarke Ltd. Street 1825 - 1950, (Clark's Shoes, based at Street, Somerset), in card presentation box, gilt Clark's logo to lid. £50-70
79.     Seven silver Thimbles, including two by Charles Horner, two other Charles Horner 'Dorcas' thimbles, together with two silver ARP badges and a silver napkin clip, hallmarked Birmingham 1900 (12) £50-70
80.     A Victorian silver swing handled Basket, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., hallmarked SHeffield, 1848, of shaped oval form pierced decoration with a scrolling moulded rim, corresponding handle and raised on a cast pierced scrolling foot, one cartouche with crest, 11¼in (28.5cm) long, approx weight 19.8ozt. £150-200
81.     A George III silver mounted tortoiseshell Magnifying Glass, unmarked, circa 1800, of oval form, the glass with reeded border, one mount damaged, 3in (7.5cm) long. £80-120
82.     A pair of 19thC silver plated Bottle Coasters, the sides decorated with urns amongst pierced columns, 5½in (14cm) diameter (2) £30-40
83.     An Elizabeth II silver Bottle Coaster, by C J Vander Ltd., hallmarked London, 1968, of traditional form with pierced sides, 5¼in (13cm) diameter. £70-90
84.     A late Victorian silver Easel Frame, by Deakin & Francis Ltd., hallmarked Birmingham, 1900, of square form with moulded border, circular aperture, 6in (15cm) wide, damaged easel reverse, together with a silver topped cut glass sugar caster, a small silver napkin ring, silver handled shoe horn and a damaged white metal pierced frame (5) £60-80
85.     A cased set of six Swedish sterling silver Liquor Tots, by Wiwen Nilsson, hallmarked for Lund, 1963, also bearing facsimile signature, of plain circular form, the fronts with monogram in plain shield shape cartouche, 1¾in (4.5cm) high, in fitted 'Wiwen Nilsson' presentation case, approx total weight 11ozt.

Wiwen Nilsson (1897-1974) trained at the Staatliche Zeichenakademie at Hanau, later working in Georg Jensen`s Paris Workshop. He took over his family firm at Lund in 1928. £150-200
86.     A Mexican silver circular Dish, by Alfredo Ortega and Sons, Mexico City, the centre inset with silver Mexican 1 Peso 1902 coin, 3¾in (9cm) diameter, approx total weight 4.5ozt. £40-60
87.     An early 20thC Persian silver and enamel hinged Box, marked on the base with two Arabic marks and '84', of square form, the hinged lid inset with a cloisonne panel of Islamic design, some damage around the edges, the sides engraved with foliate design, 3½in (9cm) square. £100-150
88.     A pair of silver mounted cut glass Decanters, the silver collars by Walker & Hall, hallmarked Sheffield, 1934, of rectangular form, star cut base and decoration, both necks and one stopper damaged, together with a silver wine label, hallmarked London, 1966, inscribed 'Whisky' and a silver plated 'Brandy' label (2) £40-60
89.     An Art Deco floor standing walnut Canteen of silver plated Cutlery, by R.F.Mosley, 12 place setting, knives with bone handles, including carving set, two dessert forks missing, the canteen with hinged lid and single drawer beneath, raised on four oak cabriole legs, 23in (58cm) wide. £100-150
90.     An early 20thC Chinse (Hong Kong) export silver Mug, marked on the base 'TackHing 90%silver' and with character marks, of plain conical form with plain C handle, the whole engraved with boats against a backdrop of a mountainous landscape, 3¼in (8.3cm) high, approx weight 3.7ozt. £50-70
91.     A small sterling silver Easel Frame, of plain rectangular form marked '950 sterling', wooden easel reverse, 4¾in (12cm) high, together with a silver cigar cutter, marked 935s (2) £30-40
92.     A small silver three chain Chatelaine, hallmarked London, 1996, the pierced clip with female mask, the fancy link chains each with suspension clip, suspending a silver scent bottle, a silver 'bucket' thimble holder, marked 925 and a silver needlecase, marked 925 approx total weight 1.1ozt, together with a 19thC Continental silver plated five chain chatelaine, with scent bottle, aide memoir with ivory leaves, pin cushion, thimble holder, with later silver thimble, and a propelling pencil, all heavily embossed with foliate decoration, the scent bottle with classical warrior bust (2) £80-120
93.     An Elizabeth II miniature silver five piece Tea Set., by A. Marston & CO., hallmarked Birmingham, 1971 / 1972, comprising tray, coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl and cream jug, the coffee pot missing lid, tray 6in (15cm) long, together with two small novelty pepper and salt pots modelled as beer mugs, marked 925 (7) £40-60
94.     An Art Nouveau silver three piece Dressing Table near matched set, the hand mirror hallmarked Chester, 1909, the hairbrush Birmingham, 1904 and the clothes brush 1911, all decorated with corresponding scrolling foliated Art Nouveau design (3) £60-80
95.     A George V silver Cream Jug, by James Dixon & Sons, hallmarked Sheffield, 1912, of shaped rectangular form with gadrooned rim, scroll handle and raise don four ball feet, 4¼in (10.5cm) high, approx weight 7.7ozt. £60-80
197.    Roman Coins; Denarii, Autoninianus and minor bronzes, plus Durotriges stater, approx 28. £80-120
198.    Roman Coinage; mainly 3rd and 4th Century bronze, also some bebased silver autoninianus, approx 32. £60-80
199.    Roman Coinage; mostly 3rd and 4th Century Bronze, approx 45. £60-80
200.    A collection of 'Metal Detector Finds' Medieval hammered Coinage, many cut and fractional damaged coins, some identified, contained within coin collecting fitted case (a lot) £60-80
201.    Royal Mint UK Britannia Silver Proof Collection, 2001, comprising £2, £1, 50p and 20p coins, cased with certificate of authenticity. £60-80
202.    A reproduction silver Charles V medallion, hallmarked London, 1975, after the original designed by Albrecht Dürer, the central portrait with inscription ':Carolus:V:RO:IMPER:', 2⅝?in (6.7cm), in Armytage Clarke case, weight 135g. £50-70
203.    Royal Mint 1937 George VI Specimen Coins, 15-coin set, Crown to Maundy money, in red fitted case. £150-200
204.    Five George V Half-Crown coins, 1914-1918 (5) £150-200
205.    A 1oz Fine Gold Krugerrand, dated 2013. £700-900
206.    A George V gold Sovereign, dated 1914. £150-200
207.    A Victorian gold Sovereign, dated 1874, Melbourne mint. £150-200
208.    A South African gold 1/2 Pond coin, dated 1895. £80-120
209.    A South African gold 1/2 Pond coin, dated 1894. £80-120
210.    A South African gold 1/2 Pond coin, dated 1897. £80-120
211.    A U.S. gold $1 coin, dated 1862. £40-60
212.    'The Accession' Set of three silver coins, 2002: Australian 50 cents; Canadian $1 and UK £5, together with six other silver crown-size coins and a 2002 Royal Mint UK proof collection, cased (a lot) £80-120
213.    Royal MInt Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Collection, 2002, comprising 24 silver crown-size coins from 12 Commonwealth countries, limited edition No.3912, with certificates and booklet, in fitted wood case. £300-400
214.    Royal Mint 1953-2003 Coronation Anniversary Silver Proof Collection; containing 4 silver 50p coins from each of the Channel Islands of Alderney, Jersey and Guernsey, limited edition of 10.000, with booklet and fitted case. £150-200
215.    Royal Mint United Kingdom Millennium Silver Collection, 2000, comprising 13 silver proof coins including Millennium Crown and Maundy money set, limited edition No.11,105 of 15,000, with certificate of authenticity and collection booklet, in fitted blue 'velvet' case. £100-150
216.    Nine silver coins, including three Canadian $5, 2000; UK £2, 1998; U.S. $1, 2000; Soloman Islands $5, 2002; Fiji $10, 2002; etc, other coins and medallions, Royal Mint Spanish Armada Centenary bronze commemorative Medal, 1588-1988, etc (13) £60-80
217.    A Victorian gold Sovereign, dated 1888, mounted in a 9ct gold square open-work pendant with suspension ring, total weight 9.8g. £200-300
218.    An Elizabeth II gold Proof Half Sovereign, dated 1980, cased with certificate. £80-120
219.    A 1/10oz Fine Gold Krugerrand, dated 1981. £60-80
220.    A 1oz Fine Gold Krugerrand, dated 1981, mounted in a 9ct gold twisted circular pendant on a complex link chain, chain 25in (63.5cm) long, total weight 49.5g. £800-1000
221.    Pobjoy Mint 'The Five Crowns of Man', silver, 1979, commemorating the 1,000th anniversary of Tynwald, cased, together with Franklin Mint 'First National Coinage of Barbados', proof set, eight coins, 1973, cased with sleeve, and Franklin Mint 'Commonwealth of the Bahamas', proof set, nine coins, 1974, cased with sleeve (3) £150-200
222.    A Victorian gold Sovereign, dated 1896, Melbourne mint, mounted in a 9ct gold circular open-work pendant, on a yellow metal link chain, weight of sovereign and mount 12.5g, weight of chain 5g. £200-300
223.    A Victorian gold Sovereign, dated 1881, Melbourne mint, mounted in a 9ct gold scroll-work bar brooch, total weight 11g. £150-200
224.    An Edward VII gold Sovereign, dated 1907. £150-200
225.    An Elizabeth II gold Sovereign, dated 2000, and an Elizabeth II gold Half Sovereign, dated 2000, both mounted in a 9ct yellow metal floral brooch, total weight 19.8g. £250-300
226.    A George V gold Sovereign, dated 1911, mounted in a 9ct gold square open-work pendant with suspension ring, total weight 13g. £200-300
227.    A George IV gilded Coin, dated 1827, mounted in a yellow metal and glazed circular pendant, the rim inscribed "In Memory of Father, March 18th 1909". £80-120
228.    A gold Austrian 4 Ducat coin, dated 1915, the obverse depicting Franz Joseph I, mounted in a 9ct gold circular pendant with scrolled crest and suspension ring, total weight 16.6g. £300-400
229.    A large quantity of late 19thC (Qing Dynasty) Chinese Coinage, (a lot) £80-120
230.    A 9ct gold 'National Dog Show' Prize Medallion, inscribed and dated 1905, together with two 9ct gold National Dog Show prize medallions combined to form a brooch, approx total weight 16.6g (2) £100-150
231.    The Most Honourable Order of the Bath, (G.C.B), Civil Division, Sash Badge, in silver gilt, hallmarked for James Garrard, London, 1889, with suspension ring, 3in (7.5cm) high to top of suspension ring.

Provenance; Unattributed, from a collection all believed to have been awarded to members of a German Noble Family, acquired in Germany in the aftermath of World War II by a member of the British Armed Forces. Relevant Lot Numbers 231 - 239 £400-600
232.    The Most Honourable Order of the Bath, (G.C.B), Civil Division, Sash Badge, in silver gilt, hallmarked for James Garrard, London, 1890, with suspension ring, 3in (7.5cm) high to top of suspension ring.

Provenance; Unattributed, from a collection all believed to have been awarded to members of a German Noble Family, acquired in Germany in the aftermath of World War II by a member of the British Armed Forces. Relevant Lot Numbers 231 - 239 £400-600
233.    Queen Victoria 1897 Diamond Jubilee Gold Medal, the obverse designed by C.Emptmayer, after the portrait by Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm, the reverse with inscription 'In Commemoration of the 60th Year of the Reign of Queen Victoria 20 June 1897', 30mm diameter, total weight including suspension loop 31.6g.

The 1897 Jubilee Medal followed the same design as the 1887 Golden Jubilee Medal, with only 73 being awarded, solely to members of The Royal Family. (Those recipients who were previously awarded the 1887 medal were given a bar to that medal in 1897, suggesting that the 73 who received the medal in 1897 were new members of The Royal Family either by birth or marriage)

Provenance; Unattributed, from a collection all believed to have been awarded to members of a German Noble Family, acquired in Germany in the aftermath of World War II by a member of the British Armed Forces. Relevant Lot Numbers 231 - 239 £1500-2000
234.    Imperial Germany; Hanover, Royal Guelphic Order, Military Division Grand Cross Breast Star, with swords, unmarked, 3½in (9cm) diameter.

Provenance; Unattributed, from a collection all believed to have been awarded to members of a German Noble Family, acquired in Germany in the aftermath of World War II by a member of the British Armed Forces. Relevant Lot Number 231 - 239 £2000-3000
235.    Imperial Germany; Baden, House Order of Fidelity, Grand Cross sash badge, in gold and enamel, the Maltese cross with the Ducal Crown hinged above, with suspension loop, 4¼in (10.8cm) from top of suspension loop to each of the lowest ball finials.

Provenance; Unattributed, from a collection all believed to have been awarded to members of a German Noble Family, acquired in Germany in the aftermath of World War II by a member of the British Armed Forces. Relevant Lot Numbers 231 - 239 £1000-1500
236.    Imperial Germany; Barden, Order of Berthold I, Grand Cross sash badge, in gold and enamel, the Maltese cross with hinged Ducal Crown suspended above, with suspension ring through crown finial, 4¾in (12cm) from top of suspension loop to each of the lower ball finials.

Provenance; Unattributed, from a collection all believed to have been awarded to members of a German Noble Family, acquired in Germany in the aftermath of World War II by a member of the British Armed Forces. Relevant Lot Numbers 231 - 239 £1500-2000
237.    Imperial Germany; Wurttemberg, Wilhelm II, Medal of Merit of the Order of Freidrich, in silver-gilt, 28mm, together with Imperial Germany, Prussia, silver medal for life-saving, 2nd Issue, 25mm (2)

Provenance; Unattributed, from a collection all believed to have been awarded to members of a German Noble Family, acquired in Germany in the aftermath of World War II by a member of the British Armed Forces. Relevant Lot Numbers 231 - 239 £70-90
238.    Imperial Germany; Schaumburg-Lippe, Military Merit Medal, silver, with crossed swords on ribbon (1914-1918 issue), in fitted case.

Provenance; Unattributed, from a collection all believed to have been awarded to members of a German Noble Family, acquired in Germany in the aftermath of World War II by a member of the British Armed Forces. Relevant Lot Numbers 231 - 239 £80-120
239.    Imperial Germany; Schaumburg-Lippe, Georg Wilhelm Furst, Bronze Medal for his Golden Jubilee, 1857, (5.9cm diameter) in fitted presentation case, together with Schaumburg-Lippe, Adolphe, bronze medal for Services to Agriculture, in fitted presentation case (2)

Provenance; Unattributed, from a collection all believed to have been awarded to members of a German Noble Family, acquired in Germany in the aftermath of World War II by a member of the British Armed Forces. Relevant Lot Numbers 231 - 239 £50-70
240.    A World War II Serbian Chetnik 'Ravna Gora' Badge, numbered to the reverse 005821, together with a World War II period Polish Army Eagle Insignia Badge, marked 925 on the reverse, together with two corresponding identity cards belonging to Maj. B.W.Hemmings (a lot) £100-150
241.    A WWI 1914 'Mons Star' Trio, to 16942 Pte. J.J.Beech, R.M. Brigade, with 5th Aug. - 22nd Nov. 1914 clasp, lacking both silver roses, together with an 'Old Contemptibles Assn.' pin badge, Devonshire Regiment Cap Badge, unattributed 1939 - 1945 War and Defence Medals (a lot) £80-120
242.    A WWI 1914 'Mons Star' Trio, awarded to 3-6761, pvte A.E.Jaggard, 2nd Bedfordshire Regiment, with clasp on 1914 star ribbon. £100-150
243.    A WWI 1914 'Mons Star' Trio, awarded to 7256, Pte P. Taylor, Coldstream Guards. £100-150
244.    A WWI Royal Navy Group of Four, awarded to J.9526, S.R. Roach, HMS Repulse, comprising 1914-15 star, War Medal, Victory Medal and Long Service Good Conduct Medal. £180-220
245.    A Military Cross Group of six, awarded to Captain E.W.Clitter, comprising MC inscribed on the reverse '1918 Capt E.W. Clitter France', 1914-15 Star, (L.Cpl. E.W.Clitter Royal Fusiliers), British War Medal and Victory Medal (Capt. E.W. Clitter), Defence Medal and British War Medal 1939-45, mounted for wearing, together with a mounted set of corresponding Dress Miniatures, WWII Cap with RASC cap badge, Sam Browne belt, swagger stick, uniform buttons and associated photographs and ephemera including officer's commendation note for conspicuous gallantry, War Office letter dated 1918, telegram requiring attendance at Buckingham Palace dated 1918, etc (a lot)

Note: Ernest Walter Clitter. Private 23rd Royal Fusiliers, commissioned 16th Middlesex Regiment. Serving with the 23rd Middlesex Regiment, Military Cross, London Gazette September 1918: "For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. On the death of his commanding officer this officer though wounded, took command of the battalion, and, by rallying scattered men and his untiring energy, maintained it as a fighting unit in touch with the rest of the brigade". £700-1000
246.    A WWII D.S.O., D.F.C. and Bar, A.F.C. group of eight to Group Captain Peter R. Casement, Royal Air Force, including Distinguished Service Order, G.VI.R., dated 1942; Distinguished Flying Cross, G.VI.R., dated 1941, with second award bar, dated 1942; Air Force Cross, G.VI.R., dated 1951; 1939-1945 Star; Air Crew Europe Star with France and Germany bar; Defence Medal; War Medal with Mentioned in Dispatches oak leaf; General Service Medal with clasps for Malaya and Palestine 1945 - 48, Mounted as worn, DSO with some damage to enamel, together with corresponding set of miniatures and a comprehensive archive of related material including all his flight log books, personal diaries and accounts, uniforms including greatcoat, five jackets, trousers, dress shirts, flying suit, boots and flying jacket, three caps, 'Helmets Ltd' helmet, photographs and personal items and gifts including hip flask, silver plate mounted cut glass jug, teddy bear mascot, tankard etc., (a lot)

Group Captain Peter Reginald Casement was born in County Antrim in 1921 and educated at Marlborough College. His flying career began in 1939 when he learnt to fly Tiger Moths in Coventry; he undertook his first solo flight after just 11 hours and 30 minutes of training. He joined No 61 Squadron in 1941 and by the end of the war he had flown most of the aircraft used by the RAF at the time and was one of the few pilots to have seen service throughout WW2 - only 30 percent of aircrew who flew with Bomber Command survived.

Peter took part in many strategically important missions during the war. On May 30 1942, flying with 61 Squadron, he piloted one of 73 Lancaster Bombers engaged in the first of Bomber Command's 'thousand bomber raids' on Germany. Later that year, during the Battle of the Atlantic he assisted in the destruction of a U-Boat. The bomber he piloted as Acting Flight-Lieutenant was the first to bring back photographic evidence of the sinking of a U-boat. These historic photographs plus his hand written descriptions are in an album included in the lot.

Awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in October 1941, with the Bar in August 1942; the Distinguished Service Order followed in December 1942. The citation for his 1942 DSO states: 'Flight Lieutenant Casement is an outstanding captain and pilot. He has completed numerous operational missions, during which he has attacked highly important industrial targets in Germany; he has also completed several patrols over the Atlantic and assisted in the destruction of a U-boat'.

After the war Peter was posted to Amman in the Middle East, returning to the UK in 1948 to continue his RAF career in St Eval, Cornwall and at Joint Service Defence College Latimer, Buckinghamshire. Appointed to the rank of Wing Commander, the youngest in the RAF at the time, he served in Cyprus during the Suez Crisis. His later career included stints at RAF Binbrook, working back home in Northern Ireland where he was attached to HMS Sea Eagle, working with Nato Submarines and RAF Mountbatten in Plymouth. Peter ended his career as Station Commander of RAF Topcliffe in Yorkshire in 1966.

The final sentence of his 1942 DSO citation comments: 'Throughout his operational career, this officer has displayed great efficiency and devotion to duty which have proved a source of encouragement to his fellow captains'. When Peter retired in 1968, he had flown 3,800 hours in 27 different aircraft. £10000-15000
247.    The National Pony Society, a silver medal by Mappin & Webb, hallmarked Birmingham, 1930, depicting a group of four horses and ponies standing by trees, the reverse with a polo player on horseback, inscribed "Mr William Jackman's Butter Scotch (Y.S.Rp.90) Hertfordshire, 1¾in (4.5cm) diameter, with original red leather case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
248.    Lord Nelson; a bronze medallion with portrait of Nelson, inscribed "Admiral Lord Nelson of the Nile - Britain's Glory & Defense", the obverse with warring ships, inscribed "Almighty God has blessed His Majesty's Arms - French Fleet defeated August 1. 1798", cased, 1½in (3.75cm) diameter, together with another medallion with portrait of Nelson 1758-1805 and his flagship "Foudroyant", inscribed 'medal struck from copper of vessel after breaking up', 1½in (3.75cm) diameter (2) £70-90
249.    Edward VIII, three bronze commemorative 1937 Coronation medallions with crowned portrait, the obverse with Britannia, 1¾in (4.5cm) diameter, together with another commemorative medallion, "Dominion of Canada 1867-1917, Semi-Centennial Celebration of Confederation, Long to reign over us" (4) £40-60
250.    A pair of W.W.1 Memorial Plaques ('Dead Man's Penny'), inscribed to Humphrey Marmaduke Chaplin and Arthur Chaplin, each with accompanying letter of gratitude (2) Note: Humphrey Marmaduke Chaplin, Lieut., 3rd Bn. Cheshire Reg't, killed in action east of Ypres May 8th-9th 1916 aged 23 years, buried near St.Julien. Arthur Chaplin, Lieut. Canadian Field Artillery, killed in action at Vimy Ridge May 3rd 1917 aged 34 years, buried at Aux Rietz. £100-150
251.    A W.W.1 Memorial Plaque ('Dead Man's Penny'), inscribed to Humphrey Winton Worthington, framed, together with a quantity of ephemera, photographs military and India, newspaper cuttings, Supplement to The London Gazette 1946 and 1948, maps, etc, some relating to Robin Wynter, Yorks & Lancs (a lot) £50-70
255.    An International Watch Co. Schaffhausen De Luxe 18ct gold gentleman's Wristwatch, with Swiss movement, the circular gilt dial with baton markers, inscribed verso and dated '59, on 18ct gold flexible link bracelet, 1¼in (33mm) diameter, total weight 60g. £600-800
256.    A Ulysse Nardin Automatic gold-plated stainless steel gentleman's Wristwatch, with Swiss movement, No.6515215, the circular dial with baton markers, 1⅜?in (3.5cm) diameter, together with a 14ct gold open bracelet, bracelet damaged. £50-70
257.    A silver marcasite novelty Brooch Watch, in the form of a fairy tale carriage and horses, the carriage with opening 'door' revealing the square watch dial, signed Lanco and hallmarked Birmingham, 1960, pin fitting to reverse, 2½in (6.25cm) wide.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
258.    A pretty continental 18K gold Fob/Pocket Watch, with gilt dial and black Roman numerals in foliate engraved case, the inner dust cover stamped Guivre and 76394, 1½in (3.75cm) diameter, together with a gilt-metal five-glass pocket watch cabinet with carry handle (2) £150-200
259.    An American gold-plated half-hunter Pocket Watch, with circular dial, black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, the movement signed "Monroe Watch Co.", 1⅞?in (4.75cm) diameter. £80-120
260.    An American Waltham gold-plated Pocket Watch, the circular dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 1⅞?in (4.75cm) diameter. £60-80
261.    A Rolex Geneve Cellliini 18ct gold Wristwatch, marked "750", the white gold case with rose gold bezel, circular black dial with Arabic numerals and gilt hands, on Rolex tan crocodile strap with Rolex 18ct white gold buckle, back case signed, No.4233 and M756660, 32mm diameter, with Rolex presentation box and paperwork dated 2008. £1500-2000
262.    A Sekonda lady's Wristwatch, USSR period, with 17 Jewels movement, on black leather strap, 18mm diameter, and a Sekonda lady's cocktail watch, Chinese, paste set with faux mother-of-pearl dial (2) £40-60
263.    A George VI silver half-hunter Pocket Watch, hallmarked Birmingham, 1949, with 'Warranted English' 15-Jewels movement, the circular dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 2in (5cm) diameter. £50-70
264.    A Girard-Perregaux 18ct gold ladys's Wristwatch, marked "750", with Swiss 8-Jewels movement, the circular white dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, on leather strap with Girard-Perregaux clasp, 25mm diameter, together with a spare white leather strap (2) £300-400
265.    A Tudor Rolex Oyster Princess lady's stainless steel Wristwatch, with circular silvered dial and gilt baton markers, on bracelet with Rolex clasp, 22mm diameter. £150-200
265A.   A Tudor (Rolex) wristwatch presentation Box, red, of tricorn form.
266.    A continental 18ct gold and diamond set lady's Cocktail Watch, the circular white enamel dial with Arabic numerals surrounded by thirty-six diamond points, on a 9ct gold fine mesh bracelet, 25mm diameter, total weight 25g. £200-300
267.    A Longines lady's stainless steel Wristwatch, with Swiss 15-Jewels movement No.5762584, the circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, on a stainless steel link bracelet, bracelet damaged, 22mm diameter.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
268.    An Omega Genève Megaquartz 32 KHz gentleman's stainless steel Wristwatch, Swiss made, the circular dial with day / date and baton markers, on stainless steel bracelet with Omega clasp, 38mm diameter, with Omega International Guarantee booklet dated 9-3-70. £80-120
269.    A Tissot 9ct gold lady's Wristwatch, with Swiss movement, the oval silvered dial with gilt baton markers, on integral 9ct gold textured flexible bracelet, 20mm diameter, total weight 24.8g. £200-300
270.    A vintage Omega gentleman's stainless steel Wristwatch, with Swiss 15-Jewels movement, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, movement No.11037745, screw-back case No.2450 5, on old-time leather strap, 30mm diameter. £50-70
271.    A Majex 9ct gold gentleman's Wristwatch, with Swiss 15-Jewels movement, the dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, on Fixo-Flex expanding bracelet, 34mm diameter, watch not in working order. £80-120
272.    A Tudor Rolex gentleman's 9ct gold Wristwatch, the textured silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and gilt hands, on an adjustable bracelet, 30mm diameter. £300-400
273.    A vintage Oris gentleman's stainless steel Wristwatch, with Swiss 15-Jewels movement, the silvered dial with gilt Arabic and baton markers and subsidiary seconds, together with three vintage Cyma gentleman's stainless steel wristwatches including two Navystar and a Watersport (4) £80-120
274.    A Girard-Perregaux gentleman's stainless steel Wristwatch, the two-colour dial with baton markers and subsidiary seconds, on a green leather strap, 34mm diameter. £80-120
275.    A Tudor Oyster gentleman's stainless steel Wristwatch, the champagne dial with gilt Arabic numerals and baton markers, minutes outer ring and gilt lancette hands, the case with screw-down caseback, No.465394, on a black leather strap with Rolex buckle, 34mm diameter, together with a Rolex stainless steel bracelet (2) £400-600
301.    A three stone sapphire and diamond Ring, the central old cut diamond c. 0.9ct, with a facetted sapphire in either side, each c.0.84ct, mounted in 18ct yellow gold with carved shoulders and silver claws, Size N.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £1200-1500
302.    A three stone amethyst Ring, the central oval facetted stone with a similar stone set horizontally on each shoulder, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold, hallmarked Chester, 1904, Size P½.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
303.    A seed pearl and diamond crossover Ring, the top row with four seed pearls and a small diamond, the bottom with four seed pearl and a larger one, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold, with registration mark 101225, Size N, in ring case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
304.    A pretty heart shaped Ring, the centre with heart shaped moonstone surrounded by small diamond points, all mounted in unmarked yellow metal, Size N.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £70-90
305.    An attractive double heart and bow Ring, each heart set with a cabochon opal surrounded by diamonds, and with diamonds in the bow, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold, Size Q, in ring case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £200-300
306.    A graduated five stone diamond Ring, centre European cut stone c.0.23ct, two flanking old mine cut stones, c. 0.18ct, outer stones c. 0.17ct, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold, Size M.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £150-200
307.    A large circular moonstone dress Ring, the centre stone circa 14mm diameter, surrounded by eight square cut sapphires with seed pearls between, with yellow metal shank and scrolling shoulders, white metal mounts, all unmarked, Size N.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £100-150
308.    A three stone facetted circular sapphire Ring, with a diamond between each, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold, Size R.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £100-200
309.    A part antique emerald and diamond Ring, the central emerald cut stone c. 1.6ct, mounted in gold, with foliate surround, all set with old cut diamonds, three missing, mounted in silver, the whole supported on a later gold frame and shank marked 18ct, Size J, in ring box.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £700-900
310.    An attractive diamond set dress Ring, of oval form with open centre, with three graduated collet set diamonds with two rows of diamonds on either side, and with diamond set panels top and bottom, all mounted in silver and gold marked 14k, Size N.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £100-150
311.    A solitaire diamond Ring, the circular cut facetted stone c.0.6ct, mounted in 18ct white gold and platinum, Size N, in ring box.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £250-350
312.    A graduated three stone diamond Ring, the central brilliant cut stone c.0.84ct, with a brilliant cut stone on either side, each c.0.63ct, in a hand carved heart scroll gallery, in 18ct white gold and platinum, Size Q½, in box.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £2000-3000
313.    A solitaire diamond Ring, the circular diamond, c.0.25ct, in a square collet set mount with split shoulders, the shank marked 18ct and platinum, Size K.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £150-250
314.    A black opal and diamond dress Ring, the oval opal with good colours of bands of green, dark blue and flashes of red, the stone surrounded by small diamonds, each shoulder with three calibre cut emeralds, with a single small diamond behind, all millegrain set, mounted in white metal, Size M½, the opal measuring 12.7mm x 7.1mm x 3.4mm.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £300-400
315.    A dress Ring, of oval form with a central oval pink stone, surrounded by white paste, blue enamel and another outer row of white pastes, all mounted in 18ct white gold, Size N.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
316.    A Ring formed of a wedding band in 22ct yellow gold, the front split and set with a circular opal in a ropework border, Size P.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
317.    A three stone sapphire Ring, each facetted stone with two diamonds on each side of the central stone, within a carved gallery, plain shank marked 18ct, Size M.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £100-200
318.    A single stone diamond Ring, the 18ct yellow gold mount with flared front set with an old cut stone c.0.45ct, Size P, in ring box.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £150-200
319.    A small single stone facetted sapphire Ring, collet set in an unmarked yellow metal shank, together with a small diamond cluster ring, one stone missing, set in 18ct yellow gold and platinum and one other blue glass ring (3)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
320.    A small and attractive 18ct gold and enamel butterfly Brooch, the wings with guilloche enamel in red, white and blue, marked on the reverse 750 and with makers mark, wingspan ¾in (2cm).
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
321.    Charles Horner; An attractive silver and enamel Butterfly Brooch, the wings in green and yellow enamel, the reverse gilded, hallmarked for Charles Horner Chester 1920, wingspan 3in (7cm), some minor damage.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
322.    A collection of five enamel Butterfly Brooches, three silver and enamel of various sizes, all with makers mark J.Aitkin & Son, two others in metal and enamel (5)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-80
323.    A large Norwegian silver gilt and enamel Butterfly Brooch, the wings in Royal blue, yellow and orange, makers mark on the reverse KH sterling, wingspan 3¼in (8cm)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
324.    A collection of four silver and enamel Butterfly Brooches, two marked TLM sterling, one marked sterling silver, the other marked sterling, possibly Norwegian (4)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
325.    A butterfly Brooch formed of striated agate, one antennae stone missing, mounted in gilt metal, together with a small Shakudo butterfly brooch, marked with Japanese characters on the reverse (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
326.    A small silver and enamel Dragonfly Brooch, by J.Aitkin & Son, together with a small silver and enamel swallow brooch, the body set with seed pearls, ruby eye and seed pearl in beak, some damage, and a silver open shaped oval brooch, the centre set with an enamel and marcasite swallow (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-90
327.    An unusual Butterfly Brooch, formed of gilt mesh wings, the body and wing tips with green and black enamel, marked on the pin A*D.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
328.    An early 20thC carved horn Moth Brooch, the metal pin with makers initials marks unreadable, 2in (5cm) wide, together with another horn brooch, formed of a spray of almond blossom (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
329.    A silver and enamel Fish Brooch, marked on the reverse 925 and possible Scandinavian mark, 1¼in (3cm)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £30-40
330.    A bar Brooch, set in the centre with a small central fly, the body of a pale facetted sapphire, diamond set wings and seed pearl abdomen and eyes, all in unmarked yellow metal, in fitted case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
331.    Liberty & Co.; A small silver and enamel Brooch, formed of two Art Nouveau style lillypads, with blue and green enamel, the centres with shaped mother of pearl, marked on the reverse 'Cymric L&Co'.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
332.    Charles Horner; a silver and enamel Art Nouveau style Pendant, in deep blue, green and purple enamel, hallmarked Chester 1908, on a silver chain, damaged.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
333.    A 9ct yellow gold Pendant, of Art Nouveau style arrow design, in the style of Archibald Knox, the arrow head set turquoise and with small turquoise at the top, drop missing, marked on the reverse 9ct.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-90
334.    No Lot
335.    A charming Norwegian silver and enamelled circular Brooch, by Marius Hammer (1847 - 1927), with two birds on a branch of blossom, together with a gilt metal enamelled brooch, converted form a button, with basket of flowers and a sterling silver and enamel brooch, the white centre set with pink sweetpeas (3)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £70-90
336.    A Norwegian silver and enamelled Brooch, by Marius Hammer, in the form of a pansy, with purple flowerhead, green and gold centre, together with a circular brooch, the centre with pansies, and a Stratton enamelled flower brooch (3)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
337.    A Norwegian silver gilt enamelled Brooch, by Gustav Gaundernack, the front enamelled with dark blue ground and three sunflowers, marked on the reverse, 'G.G. 925s N.M', together with another silver and enamelled brooch with spray of flowers (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
338.    Two enamelled Brooches, one Norwegian silver by Maruis Hammer (1847 - 1927) with lime green enamel, the other in gilt metal with spray of flowers, together with an enamelled pendant with spray of flowers, box and glass reverse, and one small ceramic brooch (4)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
339.    A Moorcroft ceramic Brooch, pansy pattern, marked on reverse 'Moorcroft' in unmarked silver metal mount, crazed, 1½in (3.5cm) diameter, together with another circular ceramic brooch, painted with a butterfly, by Kensington C&L Art Ware, 1¾in (4cm) diameter (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
340.    An attractive silver hinged enamel Bracelet, formed of ten bowed narrow plaques, one including snap, alternatively enamelled in pale blue and black, the black panels with central pink rose, marked '935S' and with initial on snap 'V.M', together with a pale blue guilloche enamelled spherical hinged locket / charm, opening to reveal box and glass on each side (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
341.    A Georgian hinged and lobed heart shaped Locket, the front in three colour gold, the front set with sprays of flowers with seed pearls and rubies, on a textured ground, the reverse textured and plain the inside set on one side with a circular crystal box and glass, unmarked.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £200-400
342.    An early Victorian gold heart shaped hinged Locket, the front and reverse beaded, the interior marked 'G' ??, with hinged box and glass, pin missing, suspended from a fine trace chain in unmarked yellow metal.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection.
343.    A Georgian cut steel and shell Bracelet, formed of seven oval plaques, each shell surrounded by small cut steel facets, all mounted in white metal.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £100-200
344.    A Georgian Shoe Buckle, with pale circular pink pastes, together with another Georgian white paste set shoe buckle with inset gold rim, a very small white paste buckle, two small white paste flowerhead brooch, a blue and white paste brooch, a white paste drop and a 19thC hair ornament (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-80
345.    An antique oval Brooch, with outer surround of small garnets, inner surround of seed pearls, the centre with facetted amethyst stone, mounted in unmarked yellow metal, together with a small brooch formed of five amethyst petals, mounted in 9ct yellow gold, centre missing, an amethyst paste trefoil brooch (3)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-90
346.    A small early 19thC Brooch, in the form of a flowerhead, each petal set with a small diamond, with garnet centre, all mounted in silver, marked on pin unmarked, together with a small closed back oval brooch with central garnet and smaller garnets around, and a later facetted garnet brooch (3)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
347.    A foliate engraved split Ring, suspended with a key ring, a coral branch, a beaded abacus, an agate vase, and miniature hinged locket attached, all possibly for a fob, together with an early Victorian turquoise and seed pearl small arrow brooch, a hand a ball charm in white metal, a marcasite set cockerel pendant charm (4)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
348.    A Brooch, in blond tortoiseshell, formed of five lobed sections, picque set, with white and yellow metal and mother of pearl, together with a circular brooch, the centre foliate engraved and with yellow metal scrolls of Persian design and a late Victorian engraved scroll brooch in unmarked yellow metal (3)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-90
349.    An attractive Brooch, in unmarked yellow metal, formed of an open circle set five seed pearls, the centre suspended with a basket set enamel flowers, probably French circa 1890, with red leather box.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
350.    An attractive amethyst Necklace, formed of five collet set facetted oval stones, the centre with tear drop shaped stone suspended beneath, all with unmarked yellow metal fine link chain between, circa early 20thC.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £150-250
351.    An open circle Brooch, formed of ten moonstones, with pale rubies between each stone on the inside and outside rims, mounted in yellow metal, together with a bar brooch with circular central motif with flowerhead set seed pearls, white and blue enamel, damaged, marked 14k (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
352.    Two small heart shaped Pendants, one in 9ct rose gold with box and glass front and reverse, one very small in dark blue enamel, heart shaped, the front with central seed pearl, together with a small circular pendant, and a brooch, painted with spray of flowers, cracked (4)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
353.    An oval Brooch, set in the centre with a facetted amethyst, with a looped surround, marked on the reverse 14K, together with a small circular brooch, the domed black front set with a star with small diamond points, ropework border, in unmarked yellow metal (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-90
354.    A 9ct yellow gold oval Brooch, the centre gypsy set with a small diamond, together with another 15ct yellow gold brooch, the front gypsy set with a small ruby and diamond either side, together with a shaped circular brooch, the centre gypsy set small diamond, the reverse with box and glass in unmarked yellow metal (3)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £70-90
355.    A three leaf clover Brooch, the three lobes each set with a green scarab, mounted in gilt metal, together with a gilt metal stickpin, the centre with a scarab and ropework border (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £30-40
356.    An attractive Bar Brooch, formed of an open heart with bow above, with scrolls on each shoulder, all set with seed pearls, all mounted in unmarked yellow metal, in fitted case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £100-200
357.    An attractive Brooch, formed of a looped branch with two diamond set buds and diamond set leaves, in unmarked yellow metal, with safety chain and fitted case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £150-200
358.    A bar Brooch, harlequin set with seven graduated facetted stones, including garnet, citrine aquamarine etc., all mounted in 9ct yellow gold.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
359.    An attractive Bar Brooch, set in the centre with an open circle, set with alternately mounted bands on calibre cut sapphires and circular cut diamonds, all millegrain set, all mounted in 9ct white gold, in fitted case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £70-90
360.    A Bar Brooch, set with seed pearls and blue stones, marked 15ct, together with another bar brooch, marked 15ct, set with pale sapphire and seed pearls (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
361.    A 9ct yellow gold Brooch, the centre set with three pale blue stones, in fitted case, together with an amethyst and seed pearl bar brooch in yellow metal (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
362.    A Stickpin, the finial formed of a rock crystal ball set with a horseshoe set with seven small rubies, all mounted in unmarked yellow metal, in a case marked 'William Puterson, Edinburgh'.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-80
363.    A stickpin, the finial formed of a running pheasant, the body set with small diamonds, and with green and red enamelled head, in a 'London and Ryder' fitted case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
364.    A collection of Stickpins, including one with rose diamonds and three diamond shaped rubies across the centre in a 'Goldsmiths & Silversmiths' fitted case, one with horseshoe shaped finial set seed pearls and pale coral, another set agate and small diamond, another crescent set small diamonds, one set cabochon lapis marked 14k, one with Masonic finial, marked 9ct, together with a gold and red enamel pin in fitted case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £100-150
365.    A Stickpin, formed of a horseshoe, set with alternate sapphires and diamonds, mounted in white and yellow unmarked metal, in a 'Jays of Oxford Street' fitted case.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £70-90
366.    An attractive Brooch, with Art Nouveau shaped open scrolls, the centre set with facetted amethyst and with amethyst drop beneath, with three seed pearls above, one deficient, all mounted in 15ct yellow gold.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
367.    Two Art Nouveau style Pendants, one set seed pearl and pale green stones, the other set amethyst coloured stones, one in 9ct yellow gold, the other in 9ct rose gold (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
368.    An attractive Necklace, formed of amethyst pastes and marcasite, the centre with an open flowerhead, with a smaller flowerhead drop beneath, with smaller mother of pearl set drop beneath, suspended from three marcasite set chains, all on a silver trace chain, the reverse mounted of the flowers, all engraved, marks on the bolt ring indecipherable, possibly French.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
369.    A mid 20thC Danish silver Pendant and Chain, by N.E.From, of circular form with cabochon green stone centre, the necklet of twelve shaped bars with circular links between, one marked 'Sterling Denmark N.E.From 25S', similarly marked on reverse of pendant.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
370.    A blue agate teardrop shaped Pendant, with white metal foliate mount set with green stones and mother of pearl, all suspended from agate set loop, together with an unmarked circular brooch set blue enamel, Liberty style, originally a button (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
371.    A bar Brooch, the centre set with a circular facetted blue zircon, c. 1.25ct, mounted in white and yellow gold, marked 15ct.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
372.    An attractive aquamarine Necklace, formed of five millegrain set circular cut diamonds, suspended beneath with an oval facetted aquamarine, measuring 17.8mm x 10.8mm x 8.1mm, all suspended from a fine trace chain, all in white metal.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £400-600
373.    A quantity of Costume Jewellery, including heart shaped brooch with green enamel, a brooch set with pale blue facetted square pastes with marcasite surround, a 935 silver Art Deco style bracelet set shaped blue stones, a silver brooch formed of a hunting crop with marcasite fox mask, other paste and marcasite jewellery (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
374.    A micro-mosaic Pendant, the centre a multicoloured beetle, with a 9ct yellow gold loop surround and suspension loop, together with a micromosaic brooch, formed of two plaques with bouquets of flowers, mounted in gilt metal (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-90
375.    A small collection of 'Fish' Jewellery, including an Iona silver Brooch of a stylised Dolphin, hallmarked Glasgow, 1961, an articulated fish pendant, an Italian glass pendant, possibly Murano, with Pisces Zodiac motif, in gold frame marked 750, a double fish pendant, with turquoise suspended etc., (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £70-90
376.    A small collection of Jewellery, including two looped Victorian brooches set pink pastes, an oval double sided locket, a shell brooch with shaped yellow metal surround and three others (7)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £60-80
377.    A collection of Stone Jewellery, including a oval striated agate brooch with unmarked yellow metal ropework border, together with four agate brooches, etc,. (8)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
378.    A collection of Jewellery, including three 9ct yellow gold brooches, two set pink stones, one with small diamond centre, a 10k yellow gold brooch with blue paste centre, four other bar brooches, turquoise coloured beads, faux pearls etc., (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-80
379.    No Lot
380.    A large oval Brooch, the centre with an Italian canal scene, together with two silver mounted butterfly wing brooches a cut steel brooch with a female portrait miniature centre and a snake shaped cravat pin with turquoise bead head (5)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection.
381.    Two shaped Satsuma Brooches, one with Wisteria, the other with flowering shrubs, together with two Oriental carved toggles with a face on either side (4)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
382.    A gold mounted triangular shape carved jade Buddha, marked in suspension loop 585, together with another carved jade pendant (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
383.    A collection of Oriental Brooches, a hatpin and pendants, one in lavender jade, the others mottled green, together with a carved brown stone pendant of fruit and a bird (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
384.    A collection of silver Jewellery, including four circular brooches, an Oriental bracelet with three cabochon coral coloured beads, cockerel brooch etc., (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £30-50
385.    A small collection of Jewellery, including an Austro-Hungarian brooch with green and amethyst paste stones, another similar style brooch, a sterling silver brooch of a lady in a hat, other brooches, in white metal and silver, a silver and blue enamel pendant and chain (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection.
386.    A mixed quantity of Jewellery, including stick pins, garnet brooch, amethyst paste necklace, pendants etc., (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection.
387.    A quantity of Costume Jewellery, including a large paste 'Halley's Comet' brooch, two flower basket paste brooch, white paste flower brooch and others, four pairs of earrings etc., (a lot)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
388.    Two Quizzing Glasses, both with foliate mounts, together with a gilt metal fob with black moire silk ribbon, with a small gold plated seal suspended (3)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
389.    An attractive aquamarine drop Pendant, the facetted tear drop stone, mounted with two millegrain leaves each with a diamond point, and a pearl above, loose, all mounted in white metal and suspended from a silver trace chain, the stone 23mm x 11.3mm x 7.4mm.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £150-200
390.    A facetted bloodstone Desk Seal, of tapering cylindrical form, carved oval seal base with monogram, 3¼in (8.3cm) high.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
391.    A quantity of Antiques and Vintage Jewellery Boxes and cases, together with four vintage evening bags, a pair of glasses, all contained within a leather case, makers mark 'Army & Navy C.S.L Makers, London' (approx. 25)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £80-120
392.    A early 20thC crocodile skin Case, containing a collection of antique and vintage jewellery boxes and cases, including one marked 'A.Antinori Roma', and a Masonic leather case (approx 20)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
401.    A tri-colour 9ct gold conjoined three ring Band, approx total weight 3.4g. £50-80
402.    A 9k Dress Ring, the front set with an emerald cut pink tourmaline, with flared shoulders set small pink and green stones, Size L. £50-70
403.    Two ruby and diamond Dress Rings, both in 9ct yellow gold, both Size L. £50-70
404.    Three 9ct yellow gold Rings; one set circular facetted amethyst, one set five graduated blue topaz, the other cabochon blue stone (3)
405.    A small oval opal and diamond dress Ring, mounted in platinum and 18ct yellow gold, Size I. £80-120
405A.   A platinum and diamond Ring, the square front with four invisibly set square cut diamonds, the shoulders set five diamond points, marked on the shank 950, Size L½. £150-200
406.    A single stone diamond Ring, the stone c. ¼ct, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold, Size M. £150-200
407.    An 18ct yellow gold Signet Ring, with fluted shoulders and shield centre, engraved with initials, Size U, approx weight 8.4g. £100-150
408.    A small single stone diamond Ring, mounted in 18ct yellow gold and silver, Size N. £80-120
409.    A sapphire and diamond Dress Ring, the oval facetted Australian sapphire surrounded by two rows of circular cut diamonds, all mounted in yellow and white gold marked 750, Size K. £280-350
410.    A graduated three stone diamond Ring, the centre brilliant cut stone c.0.9ct, with a smaller stone c.0.35ct on either side, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, Size N. £1000-1500
411.    A two colour graduating Amber Bead Necklace, with cherry and burnt orange coloured beads. £80-120
412.    An opal and diamond oval Pendant, the centre stone surrounded by sixteen small diamonds, all mounted in unmarked yellow metal with unmarked yellow metal suspension loop, £80-150
413.    An oval shaped Pendant, set in the centre with an opal doublet, cracked, surrounded by twelve small opals, all mounted in yellow gold marked on suspension loop 14. £40-60
414.    A 9ct rose gold Necklace, formed from part of a watch chain, with alternate plain circular and pierced links, approx total weight 23.8g. £180-220
415.    A 9ct yellow gold double twist Chain, 16in (40.5cm) long, approx total weight 9.6g. £70-90
416.    A circular 9ct yellow gold St. Christopher Pendant, on a 9ct yellow gold twisted chain, approx total weight 9.6g. £80-120
417.    An attractive 19thC Watch Chain, formed of two fine chains, some damage and repairs, with suspension clip, two slides, tassles and bar with watch winder in one end, some parts marked with foreign marks but undecipherable, 22.3g. £120-180
418.    A small flat linked Bracelet, in unmarked yellow metal, the clasp probably formed of a section from another bracelet with Neo-Classical style stone cameo of a female head, together with an unmarked yellow metal gatelink bracelet with 9ct yellow gold padlock clasp, some damage to both, approx total weight 25.7g (2) £120-160
419.    An Egyptian yellow gold Pendant, of oblong form, pierced with scrolls and set with Pharaoh's head, animal on reverse, Egyptian marks to the base, approx weight 2.7g. £60-70
420.    A 9ct yellow gold Chain, formed of oval links, approx total weight 10.2g. £60-80
421.    A 9ct yellow gold Bracelet, formed of pierced and tectured rectangular links, concealed box clasp, marked on the clasp 9kt 375, together with four spare links, approx total weight 24g. £150-200
422.    An 18ct yellow gold circular link Bracelet, approx total weight 9.5g. £150-200
423.    A 9ct yellow gold Bracelet, formed of alternate lines of X and barrel shaped links, approx total weight 12.5g. £100-150
424.    A 9ct yellow gold and amethyst Bracelet, formed of six openwork links, each set circular amethyst and with a single link between, approx total weight 5.7g.
425.    An attractive circular pierced Pendant / Brooch, set with opals and demantoid garnets, with detachable suspension loop, on a fine yellow metal trace chain, all unmarked, 1¼in (3.2cm) diameter. £200-300
426.    A rose gold Watch Chain, formed of a repeating pattern of three circular links with one longer oval pierced link, the suspension clip and bar both marked 9ct, approx total weight 23g. £180-220
427.    A 9ct rose gold Watch Chain, formed into a necklace, marked on each oval link and on the clip 375, 14½in (37cm) long, approx total weight 16.9g £120-180
428.    A late Victorian Bar Brooch, the centre set with a diamond set scroll and with a circular cut sapphire on each finial, together with a pendant/brooch, of shield shape, set with diamonds, the centre and drop beneath with replacement blue pastes, suspension loop above, the reverse with detachable brooch fitting (2) £150-250
429.    Two 18ct yellow gold wedding bands, 5.8g, together with two 9ct yellow gold wedding bands, 2.8g (4) £80-120
430.    A pair of diamond stud Earrings, the stone c.¼ct, all mounted in 9ct white gold (2) £100-150
431.    A pair of small diamond stud Earrings, each stone c. 0.12ct mounted in 9ct yellow gold (2) £60-80
432.    A late 19thC seed pearl set Brooch, formed of a spray of flowers and leaves in unmarked yellow metal, dated into reverse 1890. £80-120
433.    A 9ct yellow gold circular hinged Locket, the front with foliate engraving, on a 9ct yellow gold chain, 7.1g. £40-60
434.    A small diamond cluster Ring, one stone deficient, mounted in unmarked white metal, together with an eternity ring set with blue calibre cut sapphires, broken and one stone deficient, a white gold wedding band, marks worn, 2.4g and a small lady's 9ct yellow gold wristwatch (4) £100-200
435.    A 9ct yellow gold snake link double row Watch Chain, with suspension clip, all unmarked but tests as 9ct, approx total weight 48.4g. £300-400
436.    A quantity of thirty three butterscotch Amber oval beads, unstrung, approx total weight 42g. £50-70
437.    An attractive single stone ruby Ring, the circular facetted stone with split and scroll shoulders in 18ct yellow gold, Size L½. £50-100
438.    A Dress RIng, the centre set with an emerald cut blue stone with two diamond points on each shoulder, the shank in 18ct yellow gold, Size M. £60-80
439.    Two 9k yellow gold Dress Rings, each set with mauve stones and small diamond points, Size K½ (2) £50-70
440.    A pair of 9ct yellow gold Ear Studs, each set facetted citrine with looped borders, marked on the pillar 375 (2) £40-60
441.    A mixed collection of Jewellery and Costume Jewellery, including a small pair of aquamarine and diamond point earrings, 9ct yellow gold earrings, 2.2g, a silver card case, hallmarked Birmingham 1900, with hammered decoration, and a quantity of earrings, chains, faux pearls etc., (a lot) £80-120
442.    A 9ct yellow gold Dress Ring, the front set facetted oval zircon within a diamond set pierced mount, together with a pair of 9ct yellow gold ear studs, set blue zircon with small diamond points (3) £40-60
443.    An 18ct yellow gold Ring, set with a small diamond centre, together with a 9ct white gold drop pendant set with twelve diamond points on a 9ct white gold trace chain, together with a pair of 9ct yellow gold twisted earrings set small diamond points (5) £80-120
444.    A quantity of mixed and damaged 9ct gold Jewellery, total weight 38.6g £250-350
445.    A collection of five Rings, including a 9ct yellow gold wedding band, 6.6g, an unmarked wedding band, 4.9g, a paste set 9ct eternity ring, one 9ct set emerald cut brown stone and one unmarked set with triangular blue stone (5) £100-150
446.    A 9ct yellow gold Chain, with owl charm suspended, together with a 9ct wedding band, three pairs of 9ct rose and yellow gold earrings, a 9ct yellow gold bracelet, 9ct gold ring set with three diamond points, a rolled gold cameo brooch, etc., approx total weight of marked gold 19g. £120-160
447.    A quantity of 9ct gold Jewellery, including a two colour woven necklace, a flattened link chain, a chain link bracelet, a pair of long pierced earrings, approx total weight 15.7g. £100-150
448.    A 14k yellow gold Ring, with pierced Greek Key design, with matching earrings, 3.4g, together with a 9ct gold corresponding bracelet 3.6g (4) £50-70
449.    A small quantity of Jewellery, including a 9ct blue stone and diamond cluster ring, a small pair of sapphire and diamond cluster earrings, a cultured pearl pendant and trace chain etc., (a lot) £80-120
450.    Three 22ct yellow gold Wedding Bands, approx total weight 11.2g (3) £220-260
451.    A tri-colour 9ct gold twisted Chain, 6.1g, together with a 9ct yellow gold twisted chain bracelet, 1.5g, a pair of rose coloured twisted chain earrings, 1.9g (4) £50-70
452.    A collection of 9ct tri-colour gold Jewellery, including a shaped woven bracelet, 8.1g, a V shaped Ring, 1.2g, two pairs of earrings, 3.5g, approx total weight 12.8g (6) £80-120
453.    A sapphire and diamond cluster Ring, the synthetic oval sapphire surrounded by small diamond points mounted in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, Size N. £80-120
454.    An 18ct yellow gold Wedding Band, Size K, approx weight 2.6g. £40-60
455.    A quantity of Baltic Amber Necklaces, together with a 9ct gold mounted amber ring (a lot) £50-100
456.    An oval ivory pierced Pendant, with a lobster in the centre surrounded by three carp, suspended from a long blue silk ribbon, the pendant 2½in (6.5cm )long. £40-60
457.    A stylish 18ct gold and aquamarine Brooch, the central emerald cut aquamarine mounted on the cross, surrounded by leaf swirls and buds in plain and textured gold, marked 750 on reverse, centre stone 16mm x 14mm. £300-400
458.    A six point diamond set Star Brooch, each ray set with three graduated diamonds and two small diamonds, with six knife edge rays between each with a finial set with a small diamond, each c.2.7mm, the centre set with a single diamond, c.4.8mm diameter (approx 0.4ct) and with six smaller diamonds around, the reverse with U shaped pin and all mounted in white and yellow metal, the whole approx 45mm, circa 1940's. £450-650
459.    A modern diamond set Dress Ring, formed of a central pie cluster of four stones, each c.0.2ct, with circular surround set small diamonds on high shoulders and integral shank, the front and reverse set with a border of small diamonds and each shoulder with five calibre cut diamonds, all mounted in unmarked white metal, Size Q½. £250-350
460.    A graduated five stone diamond Ring, all mounted in 18ct yellow and white gold, approx total carat weight 1.3ct, Size R. £250-350
461.    A diamond Dress Ring, in the form of a four lobed flowerhead, with central circular diamond cluster set above the shaped body, invisibly set with tapering baguette diamonds, the whole surrounded with a border of circular diamonds, the baguette stone weighing approx 1.8ct in total, all mounted in unmarked white metal, Size Q½. £500-700
462.    An emerald and diamond Dress Ring, the slightly flared front with two central rows of circular cut emeralds, one of twelve stone, one of thirteen with a row of diamonds above and below, one of twelve circular cut stones, the other thirteen, plain integral shank in white gold marked 14k, Size S. £350-450
463.    An attractive 9ct yellow gold Bracelet, formed of four circular textured links with three oblong links between, similarly textured, marked on the clasp 9ct, approx weight 35.8g £250-300
464.    A cultured pearl Necklace, with a malachite and gold bead set after each third pearl with a 9ct snap, together with a matching bracelet, and a pair of similar drop earrings (4) £80-120
465.    A long string of Cultured Pearls, with a 9ct yellow gold snap, together with a small oval cameo in a 9ct yellow gold mount (2) £50-80
466.    A 14k yellow gold Pendant, by amoro, formed of two intertwined hearts, one side set with six small circular cut diamonds, the other side with six emeralds, together with a pair of amoro white and yellow gold cross shaped earrings, the gold set with seven calibre cut emeralds, the white gold set six circular diamonds, marked 14kt (3) £120-150
467.    A 9ct yellow gold Buckle Ring, 4.8g. £40-60
468.    A 15ct yellow gold Signet Ring, the shield shaped front set bloodstone, shoulders engraved, Size O. £50-60
469.    An antique love-token Ring, circa 1810, the circular centre set with an orange foiled colourless quartz engraved with two turtle doves beneath ribbon and flowers, and with a moto, the reverse engraved 'a Gofse Ringwod', the plain shank with split shoulders, Size I. £300-400
470.    A cased set of six mother of pearl Buttons, within an unmarked rose colour metal surround, in velvet lined fitted case, together with another cased set of studs (2) £40-60
471.    An attractive late Victorian 15ct gold Bracelet, formed of seven gold openwork plaques, the centre of each set turquoise, the eighth plaque forming the concealed clasp, all joined by three rows of white metal chain, each set central seed pearl, marked on the clasp 15 and with rd no. 428880, some damages and repairs to chains. £150-200
472.    An attractive Pendant, in the form of a flower head, set with seed pearls, turquoise and pale rubies, with three drop seed pearls beneath, suspended from a seed pearl and ruby set chain, all mounted in yellow metal marked 9ct on reverse, 1¾in (4.2cm) long. £150-200
473.    A 22ct yellow gold Wedding Band, 2.8g, together with together with a 9ct ropetwist necklace and bracelet, 4.3g (3) £100-150
474.    A 9ct yellow gold oval hinged Locket, the front set with a facetted oval amethyst, on a 9ct yellow gold trace chain. £50-70
475.    A 19thC oval Hinged Locket, the front with enamelled picture of a lakeside scene within a foliate border, on a 9ct star pierced box link chain, marked 9c. £100-200
476.    An Art Nouveau style openwork Pendant, marked on the reverse 9ct, set with aquamarines and seed pearls on an integral fine trace chain. £70-90
477.    A 9ct rose gold hollow Hinged Bangle, the front modelled as a belt and buckle, approx total weight 7.7g. £60-80
478.    A 9ct Tri-colour gold graduated Fringe Necklace, with corresponding earrings and a 9ct tri-colour gold herringbome chain bracelet, approx total weight 10.4g. £80-120
479.    A flexible line Bracelet, mounted in silver and marked CZ, together with a tigers eye and cultured pearl bracelet, a modern grey and white cultured pearl pendant, possibly Scandinavian (3) £30-40
501.    19th Century School, Figures and trees by ponds in rural landscapes, oil on canvas, a pair, 20in x 32in (50.75cm x 81.25cm), framed (2) £150-200
502.    •Christine Haworth McKelvey, Portrait of a young woman seated on an up-turned boat in a river landscape, watercolour, signed bottom right, 19in x 14in (48.25cm x 35.5cm), framed. £150-200
503.    •Tom Shanks, R.S.W., R.G.I. (Scottish, b.1921), "Summer Day, Firth of Clyde", oil on board, signed bottom right, titled on label verso, 20in x 30in (50.75cm x 76cm), framed.
Provenance: At T.& R. Annan & Sons, Glasgow. £150-200
504.    •Juliette Palmer, R.B.A. (British, 1930-2015), "The Castle at Largentière" (Ardéche region of France), watercolour, signed in pencil bottom right, titled on artist's label verso, 17in x 21in (43cm x 53.25cm), framed.
Provenance: At the Mall Galleries, 1989. £100-150
505.    Helen Layfield Bradley (British, 1900-1979), "Hollinwood Market", Fine Art Trade Guild, limited edition print in colours, signed in pencil, bears label verso, 18in x 27in (45.5cm x 68.5cm), framed. £150-200
506.    •Edward Horace Thompson (British, 1879-1949), River Derwent nr. Cockermouth, watercolour, signed bottom left and dated 1922, gallery label verso, 11½in x 17½in (29cm x 44.5cm), framed.
Provenance: At Headrow Gallery (F. Hutchinson Ltd) Leeds. £50-70
507.    Lionel Edwards (British, 1878-1966), The Croome, print in colours, signed and titled in pencil, 13in x 19in (33cm x 48cm), framed. £50-70
508.    •Reginald "Reg" Smythe (British, 1917-1998), original artwork for an Andy Capp cartoon, pen, ink and watercolour wash on card, signed and inscribed "Best Wishes from Andy Capp! and Reg Smythe", 8in x 10in (20.25cm x 25.25cm), framed. £150-200
509.    •Boris O'Klein (1893-1985), Naughty Dirty Dogs of Paris, a set of ten hand coloured etchings, signed and titled in pencil, plate size 6¼in x 17¼in (16cm x 44cm), framed (10) £250-350
510.    Frank Paton (1856-1909), a pair of fox hunting etchings entitled "Out of the Hunt" and "Every Dog has his Day", published 1892, both signed in pencil, 8in x 9½in (20.25cm x 24cm), both overmounted in one frame. £40-60
511.    •Clifford Hall, RBA, ROI (British, 1904-1973), La Rue Emile Zola, Malakoff, Paris, oil on canvas, signed "Clifford Hall" bottom right, dated 1928, 18in x 15in (45.75cm x 38cm), framed. £200-300
512.    William Widgery (British, 1822-1893), Moorland Landscape, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, 12in x 18in (30.5cm x 45.5cm), framed. £150-200
513.    19th century School, Figures by a lake in a mountainous landscape, oil on canvas, 15in x 19½in (38cm x 49.5cm), framed. £150-200
514.    •Marjorie Blamey (British, b.1918), Woodpecker and Nuthatches, watercolour and bodycolour on paper, a pair, signed, 17½in x 11in (44.5cm x 28cm), framed (2) £200-300
515.    After Hendrick Avercamp (Dutch, 1585-1634), Figures on a frozen river in a winter landscape, oil on board, bears a signature bottom left, 13¾in x 21¾in (35cm x 55cm), framed. £50-70
516.    G. T. Payne (19thC English School), Julia Fanny Freer and Emma Clara Freer, a pair of pencil portraits, half length, titled verso, 6½in x 5¼in (16.5cm x 13.25cm), in rosewood frames (2)
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £50-70
517.    20th century School, Pink Earth near Brecon, oil on board, signed A.M. monogram, 4½in x 6½in (11.5cm x 16.5cm), framed. £30-40
518.    Honiton interest: 19th century School, Honiton - 1843 (market day scene depicting figures and stalls, shop-fronts "Newberry & Son" and "W & J Read"), pencil and watercolour, titled bottom right, 5½in x 9in (14cm x 22.75cm), overmounted and framed.
519.    Beryl Cook (British, 1926-2008), Dancing on the Bar, print in colours, published by Alexander Gallery, limited edition No.306 of 850, signed in pencil, 15in x 20in (38cm x 50.75cm), framed. £40-60
520.    Beryl Cook (British, 1926-2008), Car Boot Sale, print in colours, published by Alexander Gallery, limited edition No.303 of 650, signed in pencil, 18in x 15in (45.75cm x 38cm), framed. £40-60
521.    Sir William Russell Flint (British, 1880-1969), Venetian Festival, print in colours, published 1965 by Frost & Reed Ltd, limited edition with blindstamp, signed and titled in pencil, 18in x 24in (45.5cm x 61cm), framed. £50-70
522.    Sir William Russell Flint (British, 1880-1969), The Secret Retreat, print in colours, limited edition, signed in pencil, 16¾in x 22½in (42.5cm x 57cm), framed. £40-60
523.    After Alfred Pollentine (British, 1836-1890), Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, watercolour, 17½in x 26in (44.5cm x 66cm), framed. £200-300
524.    19th century School, Girl with calf by a cottage in a farm landscape, oil on canvas, 12in 16in (30.5cm x 40.5cm), framed. £50-70
525.    Manner of Henry Earp (British, 1831-1914), Landscape with figures and watering cattle, watercolour, 7½in x 11¼in (19cm x 28.5cm), ovemounted and framed. £30-40
526.    An antique portrait miniature of a mother and child, watercolour on ivory, oval, in papier maché and ormolu frame, 6in (15.25cm) high.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
527.    After Henry Thomas Alken (British, 1785-1851), The Water Jump, oil on canvas, bears signature "H. Alken" bottom left, bears label verso inscribed in ink 'The Water Jump by Henry Alken', 24in x 32in (61cm x 81.25cm), framed. £200-400
528.    J. Grosvenor Herd (Scottish, exh.1916-1919) (Attrib.); Portrait of a wounded soldier (with bandaged head, seated holding a rifle and wearing a kilt), oil on canvas, indistinctly signed bottom left, 12in x 9in (30.5cm x 23cm), framed and glazed. £300-400
529.    Manner of Aelbert Cuyp (Dutch, 1620-1691), Herdsman with cow and sheep in a rocky river landscape, oil on panel, bears a signature "A. Cuyp" bottom centre, 12in x 16in (30.5cm x 40.5cm), framed. £300-400
530.    Manner of Eugène Boudin (French, 1824-1898), Beach scene, oil on panel, 8in x 10in (20.25cm x 25.25cm), framed. £200-300
531.    18th century English School, Richard Wilmot, Esq., half-length portrait within painted oval, oil on canvas, 30in x 26in (76cm x 66cm), framed. Note: Richard Milmot son of Sir John Eardley-Wilmot (1709-1792) the Chief Justice of the Common Pleas (1766-1771). Richard Wilmot was Sir John's eldest son who died aged 24 in Bengal in 1770. £400-600
532.    19th century School, Portrait of a child (wearing a bonnet and seated in a landscape - possibly a memorial subject), oil on canvas, 30in x 25in (76cm x 63.5cm), framed. £300-400
533.    Evert Pieters (Dutch, 1856-1932), Cour du Ferme, oil on canvas, 17¾in x 25¼in (45cm x 64cm), framed. £600-800
534.    19th century School, The Uriothstock and Lake Uri from Axenstem - Switzerland, watercolour, bears label verso, 17in x 23in (43cm x 58.25cm), framed. £50-70
601.    A large Brannam pottery baluster vase, by James Dewdney, with three scroll handles, decorated with coloured slips and sgraffito with stylized fish, incised mark on base C. H. Brannam Barum 1903 JD, 16in (40.5cm) high. £150-200
602.    A Ruskin pottery vase, circa 1927, with mottled blue / green glaze, impressed factory mark, 11in (28cm) high. £100-150
603.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware "Toby" ware jug, with silver-mounted rim and hinged lid, impressed mark and no.3871, the silver hallmarked for Mappin & Webb, 1896, overall 6¼in (16cm) high. £100-150
604.    A pair of Bohemian blue flash overlay glass Vases, the slender necks of tall trumpet form and quatrefoil bases, with panels of 'Hob Star' decoration and enamelled with gilt scolls and geometric patterns, circa late 19th century, 19⅜?in (50cm) high (2) £150-200
605.    A rare Royal Worcester netsuke, modelled as an ape, decorated in orange, green printed mark, 2¾in (7cm) high. £300-400
606.    A Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre bowl, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, of octagonal form, printed and painted in colours with dragons and oriental motifs, pattern number Z4829, printed and painted marks, 11¼in (28.5cm) diameter. £400-600
607.    A Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre bowl, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, of circular form, printed and painted in colours with dragons and oriental motifs, pattern number Z4829 F, printed and painted marks, 5½in (14cm) diameter. £200-300
608.    A Minton porcelain rectangular pin box, the cover painted with the head of a hound, signed J. E. Dean, 4¾in (12cm) wide, together with another similar, smaller, 4in (10cm) wide (2) £100-150
609.    A Salviati Murano glass vase and cover, the globular bowl supported by three mythological fish on a domed circular foot, the cover with corresponding finial, the whole enriched with 'gold lace' decoration, signed on underside of foot "Salviati" and "28J/5", circa late 19th century, cover finial damaged, 14½in (37.5cm) high, together with a 1981 black and white studio photograph of the vase inscribed verso 'Venetian Glass and Gold Lace Vase by 'Salviate' Paris Exposition 1889'. £100-150
610.    A Royal Dux group of two children standing beside a cow, part decorated in gilt, pink and olive colouring, applied pink triangle mark, impressed numbers 2226 and 12, overall 12in (30.5cm) high. £40-60
611.    A Royal Dux group of a boy with retriever, part decorated in gilt, pink and olive colouring, applied pink triangle mark, impressed numbers 957 and 6, overall 18in (45.5cm) high. £40-60
612.    A Royal Worcester porcelain figure of an Eastern Turkish water carrier, he wearing a red fez and kneeling holding a pitcher beside a bowl, decorated in colours and gilt, on naturalistic base, printed mark and year cypher for 1877, hairline crack to underside of base, 11in (28cm) high. £80-120
613.    A Nymphenburg porcelain Polar Bear, 8½in (21.5cm) high, and a Porsgrunds porcelain group of two Penguins, PP anchor mark, 8in (20.25cm) high (2) £50-70
614.    A Carlton Ware Chinese Bird and Cloud pattern porcelain Bowl, orange ground, decorated in coloured enamels and gilt, printed and painted marks, circa 1930's, 9¼in (23.5cm) diameter. £50-70
615.    A set of three Rene Lalique 'Vezelay' ashtrays, of square form, in opalescent glass with blue patina, etched mark "R. Lalique France No.281", 4½in (11.5cm) wide (3) £150-200
616.    A Sabino art deco opalescent glass fish, etched mark "Sabino Paris", 4½in (11.5cm) high, together with a Sabino opalescent glass sparrow bird, 1in (2.5cm) high (2) £40-60
617.    A Royal Doulton porcelain 'Pointer', H.N.2624, white with dark brown markings, 5½in (14cm) high. £80-120
618.    A Royal Doulton 'A Victorian Lady' figurine, H.N.728, pink and purple, 7¾in (19.75cm) high. £40-60
619.    A rare Royal Worcester netsuke, for Townsend & Co. Newcastle-on-Tyne, modelled as a toad, decorated in shades of green, printed mark, 1¾in (4.5cm) high. £80-120
620.    A Moorcroft pottery 'Kwandwe Springbok' vase, designed by Rachel Bishop, of shouldered tapering form, tubelined and painted with three panels depicting Springbok drinking at a waterhole, impressed and painted marks, circa 2007, 9in (23cm) high, together with a copy of the Moorcroft Collectors Club Newsletter, November 2007, No.53, containing a feature on the vase (2) £150-200
621.    A pair of Royal Worcester Kerr & Binns figures of 'Sorrow' and 'Joy', lilac and green colourways, printed marks and date cypher for 1858, 'Sorrow' restored lower arm, 'Joy' restored neck, approx. 9¾in (24.75cm) high (2) £50-70
622.    A Royal Worcester "Colonel of the Noble Guard in Gala Uniform" figurine, Papal Series, limited edition No 78 of 150, modelled by Neal French, circa 1963, with wood stand and framed certificate, 11½in (29cm) high. £50-70
623.    A Royal Worcester "Officer of the Palatine Guard" figurine, Papal Series, limited edition No 72 of 150, modelled by Neal French, circa 1964, with wood stand and framed certificate, 12½in (31.5cm) high. £50-70
624.    A Royal Worcester "Papal Gendarme" figurine, Papal Series, limited edition No 63 of 150, modelled by Neal French, circa 1966, with wood stand and framed certificate, 12¼in (31cm) high. £50-70
625.    A Royal Worcester "Trooper of the Papal Swiss Guard" figurine, limited edition No 124 of 150, modelled by Frederick Gertner, tip of Halberd damaged but present, with wood stand and framed certificate, 13¼in (33.5cm) high. £40-60
626.    A Royal Worcester "The Privy Chamberlain of the Sword and Cape to the Pope in the Spanish Costume" figurine, limited edition No 111 of 150, modelled by Frederick Gertner, with wood stand and framed certificate, 11in (28cm) high. £50-70
627.    A Royal Doulton model of 'Desert Orchid', DA134, designed by Graham Tongue, limited edition No. 62 of 7500, with wood stand, 11in (28cm) high. £50-70
628.    A Royal Worcester equestrian model of "Merano and Captain Raimondo d'Inzeo", limited edition No.431 of 500, modelled by Doris Lindner, circa 1963, with wood stand and certificate, 10½in (26.5cm) high. £200-300
629.    A Royal Worcester model of a "Hackney Stallion", limited edition No.375 of 500, modelled by Doris Lindner, circa 1975, with wood stand and framed certificate, 10in (25.25cm) high. £400-600
630.    A Royal Worcester model of a "Percheron Stallion", limited edition No.411 of 500, modelled by Doris Lindner, circa 1965, with wood stand and framed certificate, 10in (25.25cm) high. £100-150
631.    Six Royal Crown Derby "Royal Cats" figurines: Abyssinian, Burmese, Egyptian, Persian, Russian and Siamese, all boxed (6) £150-200
632.    A Royal Crown Derby commemorative vase and cover, issued to celebrate the marriage of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer, 29th July 1981, limited edition No. 90 of 200, with certificate and case, 8¾in (22.25cm) high. £40-60
633.    A Royal Doulton commemorative black basalt bust of H.R.H. The Princess Anne, issued to celebrate her wedding, November 14th 1973, limited edition No. 509 of 750, cased with wood stand and certificate, 14in (35.5cm) high. £40-60
634.    Four Royal Worcester "The Age of Elegance" figurines, limited edition of 500, modelled by Kenneth A. Potts, circa 1976-1978, including "Innocence", 80/500; "Dilettante", 80/500; "The Dandy", 77/500; and "The Philanderer", 33/500, each with framed certificate, approximately 10in (25.25cm) high (4) £150-200
635.    A German Volkstedt-Rudolstadt porcelain ten-piece monkey band orchestra, first-half 20th century, after the originals by J.J. Kändler, each with blue crowned monogram mark, largest 6in (15.25cm) high (10) £150-200
636.    A Beswick pottery nine-piece Hunting group, comprising Huntsman, MN.1501, brown horse; Huntswoman, MN.1730, grey horse; six hounds (2 x MN.2262, 1 x MN.2263, 2 x MN.2264 and 1 x MN.2265) and a Fox, MN.1440, matt (9) £150-200
637.    A Beswick pottery Pheasant, MN.1226, second type, no flowers on base, 5¾in (14.5cm) high. £50-70
638.    A Beswick pottery Pheasant, MN.1226, second type, no flowers on base, 5¾in (14.5cm) high. £50-70
639.    A Beswick pottery Persian Cat - on hind legs, MN.1883, ginger, 6½in (16.5cm) high, together with a Welsh Cob, standing, chip to left hand ear (2) £50-70
640.    A set of four Royal Worcester porcelain horse's heads, white with gilt-line decoration, titled Bronte, Chronos, Eous and Lampon, approximately 4¾in (12cm) high (4) £50-70
641.    A Beswick pottery "Spirit of Affection" mare and foal horse group, MN.2689/2536, white matt, on wooden plinth, 8in (20.25cm) high, together with "Spirit of Youth", MN.2703, white matt, on wooden plinth, and "Spirit of Freedom", MN.2689, white matt, on wooden plinth (3) £80-120
642.    A Royal Doulton 'Miss Demure' figurine, H.N.1402, and another, 'Janet'. H.N.1537, together with a Royal Worcester 'First Dance' figurine, 3629, modelled by F.G. Doughty, together with a quantity of brochures ( a lot) £40-60
643.    Six Royal Doulton 'lady' figurines, 'Dinky Doo', H.N.1678; Cissie, H.N.1809; Wendy, H.N.2109; Fair Maiden, H.N.2211; Cherie, H.N.2341; and Amanda, H.N.3635, together with another figurine (7) £50-70
644.    An oriental porcelain blue and white teapot, of globular form with gilt-line decoration, the cover similarly decorated, 5½in (14cm) high, together with an oriental porcelain blue and white tea bowl (2) £50-70
645.    A Doulton Lambeth Faience vase, of baluster form painted with flowers and leaves on a dark green ground, impressed factory marks, dated 1877, 12½in (31.75cm) high. £80-120
646.    A Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre vase, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, of trumpet form, printed and painted in colours with dragons and oriental motifs, pattern number Z4829, printed and painted marks, 11¼in (28.5cm) high. £200-300
647.    A pair of Japanese Kutani candlesticks, of vase form, decorated in iron red and gilt with figural panels, 9½in (24cm) high (2) £60-80
648.    Five Royal Worcester porcelain figurines depicting children, modelled by F.G. Doughty, including January, December, Sunday's Child, etc, together with a continental Red Riding Hood fairing (6) £50-70
649.    A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware Vases, by Hannah Barlow, of baluster form with crenellated rims, each decorated with a pair of beaded cartouches depicting donkeys within foliate motifs on a green ground, impressed factory marks, incised artist's monogram "HBB" and assistant's monogram for Eliza Simmons, both vases with slight damage to crenellated rims, 10¾in (27.25cm) high (2) £300-400
650.    A Royal Doulton Kingsware Dewar's Whisky Flask, "Nelson", moulded in relief and decorated in colours, 8¼in (21cm) high. £40-60
651.    A Georgian opaque twist wineglass, with bucket-shaped bowl on a domed circular foot, 5¾in (14.5cm) high. £70-90
652.    A mid-20th century porcelain Pug dog, decorated in shades of green, unmarked, possibly David Sharp, Rye Pottery, 8in (20.25cm) high. £40-60
653.    A Staffordshire pottery Admiral Nelson character jug, decorated in light blue, red and gilt, 10½in (26.5cm) high. £40-60
654.    A Whitefriars tangerine glass 'Mobile Phone' vase, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 6½in (16.5cm) high. £50-70
655.    A set of four Meissen porcelain oval platters, with shaped rims and gilt-line decoration, moulded in relief with geometric patterns and painted in coloured enamels with floral sprays and insects, blue crossed swords marks, smallest 13in (33cm) wide, largest 19⅝?in (50cm) wide (4) £200-300
656.    A large Brannam Barum Ware pottery vase, of baluster form with three scroll handles, decorated with blue/brown coloured slips and sgraffito with stylized fish and seaweed, incised mark on base "24 Barum Ware Barnstaple X", handles and rim restored, 16in (40.5cm) high. £100-150
657.    A pair of Royal Torquay Pottery chamber sticks, mottled blue ground with floral decoration, 5¾in (14.5cm) high (2) £40-60
658.    A continental porcelain oval plaque, "Making her Wish", depicting a young woman resting her head in her hand, 3⅛?in x 2⅝?in (8cm x 6cm), framed. £50-70
659.    Seven decorative ceramic commemorative Decanters, including Amvets of World War II, 1872-1972 Colorado Springs centennial, American Legion National Convention, Miami Beach, 1974, Frederic Remington 1861-1909, Beam's 1976 Bicentennial Bourbon, Honorable Order of the Blue Goose International, and 1971 London Bridge (7) £40-60
660.    A pair of 20th century Sevres-style porcelain gilt-ground Urns, in the Empire taste, of traditional two-handled form with flared bowls and square bases, decorated in the gilt and in white with angels flanking crowned "M", scrolls and fans, blue marks on bases, 18½in (47cm) high (2) £100-150
661.    A Beswick pottery 'Spirit of Youth' model, MN.2703, white, on wooden base, tail damaged and repaired, and two Beswick horses: 'Horse', MN.1549, brown, and 'Foal', MN.836, grey, together with two other ceramic horses (5) £40-60
701.    A Georgian oak Dresser, of joined construction with three cock beaded drawers over a shaped frieze, supported on tapering stile legs, replacement handles & later additions, 73in (185½cm) wide. £200-300
702.    An antique oak Drum Table, the top inset with green leather & gilt tooled skiver over four frieze and four dummy drawers, supported on a turned baluster raised on a concave sided base, lightly limed, 36in (91½cm) wide. £150-200
703.    A 19thC Specimen Table, with geometric patterns in marbles and fossils within a moulding border, supported on a turned baluster raised on a triform base, 24in (61½cm) wide. £200-300
704.    A George III provincial oak Chest of Drawers, with two short drawers over three long graduated drawers framed with chamfered uprights, raised on bracket feet, with replacement swan neck handles, 42½in (108cm) wide. £150-200
705.    A 17thC & later carved oak Three Panel Settle, of joined construction, the back with carved rail six panels depicting ''The Greenman'' flanked by downswept arms over a hinged box seat with above three carved panels, some minor damage consummate with age, 38½in (98cm) wide. £200-300
706.    An Edwardian sycamore Watson's Matchless Cleanser Soap Grocer's Advertising Chair, the enamel advertising panel framed with a thumb cutout cresting rail supported by scratch moulded stiles and seat supported on ring turned legs united by tapering stretchers made by F. East of Dundee, with makers stamp. £200-300
707.    A Charles II oak Wainscot Chair, of joined construction, the top rail carved '1670' above a simple carved panel back, swept arms supported on ring turned and block legs united by plain rectangular stretchers. £200-300
708.    A Late 17thC oak Wainscot Chair, of joined construction, the top rail carved with scrolls & foliate above a panel back of mirrored carving, flanked by moulded uprights & swept arms supported on baluster turned & block legs with moulded seat rails united by plain rectangular stretchers.
£150-200
709.    A small 18thC & later walnut and oak Side Table, of joined construction, the plank top with moulded edge over a single frieze drawer supported on bobbin turned legs uniterd by bobbin turned stretchers 26in (66cm) wide. £80-120
710.    An Early 18thC provincial oak Side Table, of joined construction, the plank top with moulded edge over a single frieze drawer carved with oak leaf & acorn relief & brass drop handles supported on turned legs united by moulded stretchers, 31in (78½cm) wide. £100-150
711.    An 'S.Henderson & Sons Ltd Superior Biscuits of Edinburgh' mahogany Shop Display Cabinet, the white marble top over a frieze with glazed panel of gold lettering & black background above three tiers of sloping glass fronted receptacles to take tins of superior biscuits, 42in (107cm) wide. £800-1200
712.    An Early 20thC Pollard mahogany Bow Front Mirror Backed Milliner's Display Cabinet, with flat fronted cornice single central door, four adjustable shelves over an oak bottom shelf, maker ivorine label for Pollard of London & Glasgow 81½in (207cm) high, 55¼ (140cm) wide, 16½in (42cm) depth. £300-400
713.    A Late 19thC steel & cast iron Safe, the door flanked by decorative pillars, revealing two adjustable shelves, key plate loose. £80-120
714.    An Early 20thC Anglo-Indian carved hardwood Occasional Table, the top with carved relief supported by four r carved Elephant masks & trunks, three tusks damaged or missing, 25in (60½cm) wide. £80-120
715.    An Edwardian walnut serpentine sofa, with boxwood stringing, carved decoration and green upholstery, 58in (147.25cm) wide.
£200-300
716.    A Late 19thC French walnut Three-Fold Salon Screen, the panel crests carved with musical instruments, torches & arrows & gilt mouldings framing bevek edged glasses above upholstered panels, 61½in (156cm) wide £150-200
717.    Keswick School of Industrial Art Interest; brass on copper Trivet, of rectangular form, the overlaid brass top respoussé-decorated with a stylised urn flanked by pairs of griffins either side of renaissance masks, stamped KSIA, supported on six shaped riveted copper feet, 24¾in (63cm) long £70-90
718.    A Late 19thC French walnut Milliner's Hat Stretcher, stamped Jn.Magaud Lyon. £60-80
719.    A Scottish Arts & Crafts brass Wall Mirror, of rectangular form, repoussé-decorated with stylised flowers & leafy stems surrounding an oval bevel edged glass fixed in the Keswick style with dome headed screws on the face, 32½in (82½cm) wide. £100-200
720.    Robert Thompson of Kilburn ''Mouseman'' oak framed Stool, with leather upholstered seat and carved signature mouse to the leg, 15in (38cm) wide. £150-200
721.    A late 19thC Italian walnut, ebony & ivory inlaid Hall Table, the top decorated with Moorish geometric patterns with small mask panels to each corner, an oval central panel depicting European river landscape is flanked by two smaller oval panels of pastoral scenes & to each side a circular classical scene, below the geometrically patterned frieze with two locking drawers, supported by four inlaid columns and arches united by chamfered inlaid stretchers, the central stretcher bearing four further inlaid columns and arches, raised on sledge feet. £2000-3000
722.    An early 20thC burr walnut Table Top Stereo Card Viewer, bearing ivorine retailers label for 'Mogine 14 Riding House Strt, Lancham Place London .W', double hinged covers with mirrored interior, hand revolving mechanism containing 36 glass mounted cards, some damaged, 17½in (44.5cm) high. £200-300
723.    A Victorian mahogany Writing Slope, of traditional form, the lid inlaid with bands of silvered metal and mother-of-pearl, enclosing a cedar wood lined fitted interior with leather insert, 16¼in (41.25cm) wide. £50-70
724.    A pair of early 20thC Chinese jade Ducks, each holding a lily in its beak, on wood stands, with silk-lined box, each duck 3¼in (8.25cm) high (2) £100-150
725.    An early 19thC monochrome hand stitched oval needle work silk Picture, depicting boys playing Battledore and Shuttlecock, or 'Volant', in a parkland setting, signed in ink 'P.B.', the reverse with original inscription, "Mrs Parsons, Stuart Lodge, Malvern Wells, needle painting worked by Blenman..etc.", the silk piece: 4¾in x 5¾in (12cm x 14.5cm) yellowed, in early 20thC oval frame.
Note: Battledore and Shuttlecock, also known as 'Volant', was a game popular in the 18thC and was the fore-runner to Badminton.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £100-150
726.    An early 19thC hand stitched oval needle work and painted silk Picture, depicting a woman, possibly depicting Nell Gwynn, holding oranges and a Theatre Royal Drury Lane scroll for 'Isabella', in vibrant colours, entitled 'Orange Girl', inscribed verso and dated 1833, the silk piece: 7¼in x 5¼in (18.5cm x 13.5cm) in a giltwood oval frame.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection.
£80-100
727.    An early 19th Century needlework Alphabet Sampler, worked by Sarah Deeks, aged 12, 1835, with motto, geometric design of trees and birds etc. within a strawberry border, 12in x 10¼in (30.5cm x 26cm) framed, poorly repaired moth damage in three places and some colour bleeding. £50-70
728.    An early 19th Century fine needlework Sampler, worked by Susannah Dunk, 1839, depicting a Georgian house and garden, with motto, butterflies, birds, flowers and trees, Adam and Eve, etc. within a strawberry border, 17in x 13in (43cm x 33cm) yellowed, within a rosewood frame.
£200-300
729.    Two early 20thC Woolwork Pictures, in the style of William Morris depicting exotic birds among flowers, 19½in x 17½in (49.5cm x 44.5cm) and 16in x 34½in (40.5cm x 87.5cm), together with another similar and a silk embroidered picture, all framed and glazed (4) £80-100
730.    A pair of early 20thC Woolwork linen single Bedspreads, in the style of William Morris depicting together with matching panels, other woolwork panels, tapestry etc. (a lot) £50-70
731.    An early 20thC Woolwork Firescreen, in the style of William Morris depicting exotic birds among flowers, in a dark wood frame, 33in x 30in (84cm x 76cm) £40-60
732.    A fine lace and embroidery Tablecloth, formed of panels and flounces of various types of antique lace, stitched together in an attractive symmetrical design, together with five Edwardian Christening Gowns (6) £80-100
733.    A large collection of antique Lace, including flounces, panels, collars, trimmings etc., together with a large quantity of vintage textiles including a double knitted bedspread, embroidered door curtain, lace curtains, table linens etc ( a lot) £80-120
734.    Antique tribal rugs: an Tekke Bokhara rug, red ground, 81in x 86in (206cm x 218cm), some wear, together with a Daghestan rug, blue ground, 58in x 30in (147cm x 76cm) very worn, and two other tribal rugs, smaller, very worn condition (4) £60-80
735.    Antique tribal rugs: a Persian Paisley rug, possibly Khamseh, cream ground with blue and pale red botteh within a blue and pale red geometric design border, 72in x 38in (183cm x 96.5cm), worn pile and edges, together with another Persian rug, 100in x 56in (254cm x 142cm) very worn condition (2) £60-80
736.    Antique tribal rugs: a Persian rug, possibly Tabriz, dark pink ground with blue and gold central medallion within a black ground border, 52in x 40in (132cm x 102cm), worn pile and edges. £100-150
737.    Antique tribal rugs: a South West Persian Khamseh tribal rug of triple medallion design, with three medallions on a cream ground crammed all over with stylized tribal designs including birds, animals, flowers and shrubs, set within a red ground geometric border, 54in x 42in (137cm x 107cm), worn pile and edges.
£120-180
738.    Tribal Rugs: an Iranian 'Ghom' silk rug, the cream ground woven all over with a typical hunting scene, silk pile on silk warp threads with long fringes,65in x 35in (165cm x 89cm), in good condition. £150-200
739.    Marie Löhr; a bronze bust, on named plinth and wood stand, 10¼in (26cm) high. Marie Kaye Wouldes Löhr, Australian film and stage actress, 1890-1975. £40-60
740.    An early 20th century bronze figure of a Tiger, mounted on an oval marbled dish-type tray, overall 19in (48cm) wide. £150-200
741.    A pair of bronze Marley Horses, after the original by Coustou, each rearing horse being held by a male attendant, on naturalistic bases, 7¾in (19.5cm) high (2) £100-150
742.    A Japanese bronze Elephant and Tiger group, well modelled, the elephant fending off two attacking tigers, signed in rectangular reserve for 'Seiya Saku', one tusk damaged, 4in (10cm) high, on shaped wooden stand. £80-120
743.    A pair of early 20th century painted bronze and green marble Scottie Dog book ends, each dog perched against rectangular marble blocks, 4¾in (12cm) high (2) £80-120
744.    After Paul-Edouard Delabrierre (French, 1829-1912), a bronze animalier group of a Pointer and Hen, with cast signature "E. Delabrierre" on the base, 12¾in (32.25cm) long, on wooden ovoid stand. £200-300
745.    After Antoine Louis Barye (French, 1796-1875), a pair of Greyhounds, seated on naturalistically modelled circular bases, with cast signature "Barye", 6½in (16.5cm) high (2) £300-400
746.    A late 19thC/early 20thC Austrian painted bronze model of a Cat, stamped `Geschutzt`, 4½in (11.5cm) high. £400-600
747.    A late 19th century American gilt brass Carriage Clock, of three-glass form with white dial and black Roman numerals, the repeating movement striking on a bell, signed "Waterburg Clock Co., U.S.A.", 5½in (14cm) high handle up, with red leather carry case. £80-120
748.    A late 19th century French gilt brass miniature Carriage Clock, by Henri Jacot, of five-glass form with enamel dial, signed on back plate, No.4680, 3¾in (9.5cm) high handle up, with original brown leather carry case. £80-120
749.    A rare and unusual circular fusee carriage type travelling clock, in silvered metal drumhead case with glazed pillared sides, surmounted by a ring handle, the 3⅜?in (8.5cm) diameter white dial signed "Martin & Son, Cheltenham", the back plate fitted with a shutter revealing winding holes, 6in (15.25cm) high ring up, with original red leather carry case and key.
Note: See 'Carriage Clocks Their History & Development', by Allix, Charles & Peter Bonnert, where a similar example is illustrated. £400-600
750.    A 19th century French gilt-metal, ebonized and boulle Mantel Clock, with embossed dial, lacks finial, clock not in working order, 10in (25.25cm) high. £80-120
751.    A 19th century French gilt-metal four-glass Mantel Clock, the movement with Brocot type escapement and mercury pendulum, striking on a gong, the case with scroll and foliate decoration, 15½in (39.25cm) high. £200-300
752.    A Georgian-style ebonized and brass mounted Bracket Clock, with eight-day triple fusee movement chiming quarters on eight bells and striking hours on a gong, the foliate engraved silvered brass arch dial with 'chime/silent' and chime selection subsidiary dials to arch above black Roman hour numerals, the ebonized case with lantern top and brass finials above a pair of foliate handles and pierced and cast fret panels, on a moulded plinth base with cast foliate scroll feet, 16in (40.5cm) high, with pendulum, winder and case key. £300-400
753.    A Baroque-style silvered easel Mirror, the shaped mirror plate with bevel edge mounted within a frame pierced and moulded with scroll foliate decoration, 18⅛?in (46cm) high. £50-70
754.    Strombus (Gigas) Lobatus; a Giant Conch shell, 12¼in (31cm) wide.
Note: Lobatus gigas, originally known as Strombus gigas, commonly known as the queen conch, is a species of large edible sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family of true conches, the Strombidae. According to tradition this example, purchase in the Caribbean in 1972, is probably 90-100 years old and 2mm less than the World Record size. £60-80
755.    A 19th century Burmese bronze temple figure, modelled lying full-length with head up and holding a posy of flowers, 10½in (26.5cm) long, together with another Burmese bronze temple figure, kneeling in prayer on rectangular base, 5½in (14cm) high (2) £150-200
756.    A 19th century Japanese carved ivory Netsuke, depicting a man and boy with a small bird, signed on base, 2in (5cm) wide.
Provenance: from The Pamela Schneider Collection; Mrs. Schneider was a well known jewellery dealer in the Bath Antiques Market from 1960s to 1990s, this is from her personal collection. £40-60
757.    An antique Chinese carved soapstone figure of a Deity, 14in (35.5cm) high. £40-60
758.    An Oriental red cinnabar lacquer Box and cover, of cinquefoil form, carved with birds perched amongst flowering prunus, 5½in (14cm) diameter. £40-60
759.    A Large 19thC Continental over painted Giltwood Oval Wall Mirror, having foliate openwork and acanthus leaf decoration, 66in (167.5cm) high x 50in (127cm) wide, note; the gilt has been over painted, some minor damage. £100-150
760.    A 19thC French Louis XVI style carved walnut Sofa, the frame carved with foliate scrolls and flower heads. £80-120
761.    An early 19thC Fulham Pottery Oil Lamp, with a brass pierced square base, onyx column and with a cast brass capital, Fulham pottery reservoir within a brass framework, with shade, cracked, and funnel, 38in (96cm) high. £300-400
762.    A late 19thC French 'Palais Royale' shell mounted Etui, the egg shaped case formed of two mother of pearl shells, the two halves opening to reveal thimble, scissors, glass bottle, etc., all within a gilt metal framework, on oval alabaster base, 6¾in (17cm high. £80-120
763.    Natural History - a Coco de Mer (Lodoicea), Seychelles, early 20thC or earlier, of typical form in an unpolished natural state, 10in x 11in x 9in (25.5cm x 28cm x 23cm) approx.
Note: Coco de Mers were originally found floating in the sea, hence the name, and it was thought that they greo on mythical trees at the bottom of the sea. Known for their resemblance to the female form, they became fashionable curiosities during the 16thC when European nobles would often have the shells of these nuts polished and decorated with valuable jewels. In 1768 by Marc-Joseph Marion du Fresne discovered that they grew in the Seychelles; Coco de Mer now only grows on the Praslin and Curieuse islands where it is now a rare and protected species. £200-300
1000.   A Squier Tele Affinity Series electric guitar, butterscotch blond, and a Squier guitar case, together with a Stagg hard guitar case and a Stagg guitar stand (4) £50-70
1000A.  The Broadcaster; a 1930's ukulele-banjo / banjolele, four string, 21¾in (55.25cm) long, together with a vintage carry case. £40-60
1000B.  Egmond; a vintage Egmond f-hole acoustic guitar, made in Holland, finished in red/black burst, 39in (99cm) long. £50-70
1001.   A WWI aluminium & steel Officers' Fighting Trench Knife, stamped Robbins Dudley,with original leather scabbard, note; Robbins of Dudley Worcestershire from 1897 to 1920, originally fender manufacturers Robbins made a good business supplying private purchase weapons during the Boer War and The Great War.

£150-200
1002.   A WWI Imperial German Model 1898/05 Butcher Bayonet, made by Frister Rossmann of Berlin with original scabbard (2)
1003.   A 19thC Austro-Hungarian Style Socket Bayonet, together with an Italian second quarter 20thC 91/38 model bayonet with modified fixed blade & scabbard, converted to a dagger with lead fillings (3) £40-60
1004.   A Collection of British Military Cap Badges WW1 & Later, including Royal East Kent Regiment (The Buffs), The Essex Regiment, Royal Flying Corps, Royal Artillery, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Royal Military Police, The Royal Sussex Regiment, The Essex Regiment WWII Economy Issue Plastic Cap Badge, Royal Air Force, Australian & Commonwealth Military Forces 'Rising Sun' Badge, Royal Artillery collar dog & Royal Army Medical Corps Brooch (a lot) £40-60
1005.   A WW II Nazi machine woven Unissued Late War Wehrmacht Eagle Cap Badge, note; by family tradition the badge was retrieved by the vendors father from a German soldier ''who no longer had need of it''. £30-40
1005A.  Givenchy 1918, 55th Lancashire Infantry Division Interest; two handwritten gun target sheets relating to the defence of Givenchy against the German 6th Army in April 1918, together with a contemporary booklet detailing the actions during that campaign by the 55th Division, other ephemera relating to Gunner E.Y.Wynne and earlier ephemera belonging to Gnr. Wynne and his time spent on The Empress of Ireland (a lot) £30-40
1006.   A Japanese Katana Sword, having shagreen & leather bound handle, with brass mounted birds pommel and guard, with lacquered wooden scabbard overall length 29¾in (75½cm) £40-60
1007.   A 19thC Indo-Persian Qajar Double Headed War Axe, having crescent shaped blade centred with a square tapering spike mounted on a tubular handle of Damascus steel, 30in (76cm) overall length. £80-120
1008.   A Victorian I.Hollis of London Martini Action .577/455 Rifle, the action stamped patent 2129, barrel stamped with I.Hollis London & proofing marks, condition fair, ramrod & one band ring missing. £60-80
1009.   A Jones Percussion Musket, with Damascus barrel, in poor condition with hammer missing and heavy pitting to areas of the barrel. £40-60
1010.   A Late Victorian Gentleman's Hunting Crop, with silver collar hallmarked Birmingham, 1901, together with a gentleman's leather riding crop (2) £30-50
1011.   A Gieves Ltd. ''Aura'' Solar Topee, with tin Gieves hat box named for D.P.Willan, R.N, believed to be size 6¾. £40-60
1012.   A Collection of Mid 20thC Royal Navy Commanders Uniforms, to include great coat, three No.1 uniforms with medal ribbons, No.2 mess dress, tropical whites some stained, tropical No.2 mess dress together with a bentwood steamer trunk and another trunk (a lot) £60-80
1013.   A Collection of Late Victorian Navy & Army Illustrated Volumes, in illustrated & cloth bindings a magazine of everyday life in the defensive services of the British Empire, together with a collection of photographs of Afghanistan circa 1919 (a lot) £40-60
1014.   Souvenir d' Ypres, a silk panel depicting St. Martin's cathedral within foliate decorated corners, 18in x 17in, (45.5cm x 43cm), framed. £30-40
1015.   Masonic Interest; A Knights Templar Dress Sword, both sides of the the steel blade engraved with Masonic symbols including rose croix, gilt brass Maltese Cross hilt with wire grip, in gilt brass mounted leather scabbard, 31¾in (80.5cm) long. £100-150
1016.   Masonic Interest; A silver and enamel Medal, Francis Davies Lodge No. 5035, with Founder clasp, together with a gilt metal Masonic hinged stamp case clip, a glass decanter with etched inscription dated 1995, and four overpainted potrait photographs of past members of Lodge of Hope No.302, Bradford (7) £80-120
1017.   A Victoria cast iron 'Jupiter Pencil Pointer' Sharpener, embossed on the base 'Guhl & Harbeck Hamburg', lettering faded but bearing advertisement for 'Swan Pencil Co., Nuremberg', 12½in (31.5cm) long. £80-120
1017A.  A collection of mid 20thC Fountain Pens, including a Parker Duofold Lucky Curve, Conway Stewart no. 388, three other marbled Conway Stewart examples, a Mabie Todd co. ltd Swan self-filler with 14k nib, and a Mabie Todd calligraph, a Summit with 14k nib, Shaeffer snorkel, blue marbled Parker Duofold etc., together with three silver propelling pencils and other damaged cartridge and fountain pens (a lot) £150-200
1018.   Morris (Francis Orpen); 'A History of British Birds', 6 volumes, 4th edn., 1896/1897, with 394 hand coloured plates, contemporary green cloth boards with gilt lettering and pictoral front, together with Morris, (F. O.); 'A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds', 3 volumes, 4th edition, 248 coloured plates, contemporary cloth boards with gilt lettering and pictoral front, pub London: John C. Nimmo, 1896 (9) £80-120
1019.   A quantity of First Day Covers, with issues 1970's - 1990's, together with a quantity of stamp cards and loose stamps (a lot) £40-60
1020.   Automobilia; A collection of twelve vintage American Licence Plates, including Nevada 'The Silver State' '86, Montana Bicentennial '76, New Hampshire 'Live Free or Die' '75, Arizona 'Grand Canyon State' '69 etc., (12) £40-60
1021.   Automobilia; A collection of eleven vintage American Licence Plates, including California 1972, Illinois 'Land of Lincoln' '80, 'Oklahoma is OK' '77, Minnesota '100,000 lakes' '89 etc., (11) £40-60
1022.   Automobilia; A collection of eight vintage American Licence Plates, including Iowa '59, Colorado, '75, Washington, '51, etc., together with one Canadian licence plate, Nova Scotia '58 (9) £40-60
1023.   Automobilia; A collection of thirteen vintage American Licence Plates, including New Mexico 'Land of Enchantment' '82, South Dakota '66, 'Tour Kentucky Jefferson' '51, SOuth Dakota '50, Missouri '74 etc., (13) £40-60
1024.   Railwayana; A British Railways (Southern Region) Signal Box Chair, stamped B.R.(S) and Glenister maker Wycombe. £40-60
1025.   Railwayana; An L.N.E.R. cast iron Trespass Sign, small crack in bottom centre 17in (43cm) high, 26in (66cm) wide. £50-70
1026.   Railwayana; A Vintage L.N.W.R. wrought iron & wooden Slatted Platform Bench, with Broad Street painted on to the front & L.N.W.R. Co. stamped to the rear, formerly of Broad Street Station, 69½in (176½cm) wide. £80-120
1027.   Railwayana; A B.R. Hand Lantern, with Barnstaple Junction painted to the handle, small chip to lens. £40-60
1028.   Railwayana; A G.W.R. Tilley Radiator Model R1 Heater Lamp, formerly of Thorverton Station, together with a G.W.R. Tilley X246A 'Guardsman' lantern also formerly of Thorverton Station (2) £30-50
1029.   Railwayana; A British Railways (Southern Region) Red & White Smoking Prohibited metal Sign. £60-80
1030.   Railwayana; A Quantity of Railway Photographs. £20-30
1031.   Railwayana; A British Railways Honiton Station Double Arrow 1970's Double Sided metal Station Sign. £70-90
1032.   A Vintage enamel Lower Avon Navigation Trust Ltd Speed Restriction Sign. £50-70
1033.   A Vintage Brandes enamel Authorised Radio Dealer Sign. £50-70
1034.   Railwayana; A Quantity of Railway Photographs & Postcards, together with four full sets of railway cigarette cards (a lot) £20-30
1035.   Speedway Interest; a collection of 1970's era Speedway Memorabilia, including 1979 World Finals, Poland, items. other signed programmes and photographs, pennant flags, t-shirts etc., together with a small collection of First Day Covers (a lot)
1036.   A 1973 Citroen CV Van, Left hand drive AK400 model, Registration EWV 494L, Chassis No. 06AK6486, in beige, odometer reading 71k km, imported to the UK October 2016, MoT and Road Tax exempt.

Please note 10% Buyers Premium on this lot. £2000-3000
1037.   Hornby Dublo OO Gauge 2211 Locomotive & Tender B.R. Green ''Golden Fleece'' , no. 60030 in original box, together with Hornby OO gauge ''Combe Martin'' locomotive & tender, Hornby Dublo pedestrian station bridge, Lilliput Zillertal HO gauge Pannier locomotive & two carriages, Lima diesel locomotive over painted, & Lima rolling stock (a lot) £70-90
1038.   A Bachmann OO Gauge Royal Scott 46159 Green 'The Royal Air Force', boxed together with two Corgi aviation archive 1:144 scale models; Battle Of Britain Avro Lancaster and Short S.25 Sutherland III Transport (3) £40-60
1039.   A Collection of Corgi 1/144 Scale Aviation Archive Models, including the Avro Lancaster, Boeing B-29 Super Fortress 'Enola Gay', B-17 Memphis Belle, etc, together with other model aeroplanes by Atlas, Ertl and others (19) £40-60
1040.   A Collection of Corgi 1/144 Scale Aviation Archive Models, including English Electric Canberra B2/6, Lockeed Constellation U.S.A.F, Avro York Dan Air, Boeing 377 Stratocriuser of B.O.A.C, etc together with other model aeroplanes by Atlas, Ertl and others (18)
£40-60
1041.   A cased Victorian bronze Medallion, commemorating the construction of the Burrator Reservoir, Plymouth, daed 1898, in velvet lined leather presentation case, together with a contemporary cased bronze medallion commemorating 400 years of The Blundell's School, Tiverton, dated 2004, and a limited edition cased medallion relating to Western Union (3) £40-60
1042.   A late 19th century continental bisque head and shoulders Doll, dressed in skirts and red cloak, 7in (17.75cm) high. £30-40
1043.   A Wilesco D10 "Dampfmaschine" Steam Engine, boxed with instruction sheet, together with a Wilesco M60 "Bügelsäge" Hock Saw, boxed (2) £50-70
1044.   A Pelham Puppets "Big Ears" Enid Blyton Character, circa 1953, boxed with instruction sheet, puppet in good condition, box lid torn at one corner. £70-90
1045.   A Mamod S.R.1a Steam Roller, in green and red, apparently unused, complete with packing material, boxed. £40-60
1046.   A Hornby Dublo 3-rail electric Passenger Train Set, comprising 0-6-2 Tank locomotive No.69567 in B.R. black, two coaches and track, boxed. £100-150
1047.   Corgi; twelve Corgi boxed sets, some limited editions, including anniversary sets, etc (12) £40-60
1048.   Corgi; twelve Corgi boxed sets, some limited editions, including anniversary sets, etc (12) £40-60
1049.   The Dinky Collection; sixteen boxed models, including DY-S 10 1950 Mercedes-Benz Omnibus Type 0-3500, etc (16) £30-40
1050.   Corgi; fifty boxed models, including Corgi Classics, many Bedford OB Coaches, etc (50) £40-60
1051.   Lesney Matchbox Models of Yesteryear; approximately eighty boxed models, together with Lledo, etc (approx.100) £40-60
1052.   A collection of approximately one-hundred and fifty die cast collectors models, mainly Lesney Matchbox MOY, Lledo Days Gone, Exclusive First Edition, Corgi, etc, contained in eight plastic display cabinets, together with a quantity of boxes (a lot) £40-60
1053.   A Markie 'Little Gem' model Traction Engine, ¾ inch scale, with pressure gauge, water level sight glass, steam cock and drain tap. Ring burner with drip feed tender tank. Steering by worm, wheel and chain, lever brake system. Single speed level control, gear driven. The model finished in red and black livery with corresponding wheels and flywheel, 16in (40.5cm) long. £300-400
1054.   Hornby Railways 3½in Gauge Stephensons Rocket Steam Train Set, containing Rocket Locomotive in black and yellow with a funnel and a quantity of track, in original box. £50-70
1055.   Hornby - The Hornby Railway Co. Margate Works R1058 Live Steam Flying Scotsman Set, containing 4-6-2 LNER green A3 Class Loco No.4472 "Flying Scotsman" along with controller, transformer, oval of track, steam oil and dispenser, plus all relevant tools etc including gloves, operator's manual and CD, contents are in apparently unused and mint condition, box with some minor scuff marks to lid, together with R8207 bottle of Hornby Live Steam distilled water. £150-200
1056.   A Wrenn Railways 00 gauge W2235 4-6-2 'Barnstaple' locomotive, No.34005, B.R. green, boxed. £40-60
1057.   A quantity of '00' gauge model railway, mainly Hornby, Mainline, Airfix and Lima, including seven locomotives, various passenger coaches, wagons and vans, all boxed (approximately 50) £60-80
1058.   Dr.Who figures; eighteen Character Options Ltd. plastic Dr.Who figures: Series 1 x 7 figure; Series 2 x 4 figures; Series 3 x 5 figures and Series 4 x 2 figures, and Gift Set Utopia with Professor Yana, together with Wesco talking Dalek alarm clock, Collectors Centre diecast Cyberman and Character Options 5-inch radio-controlled Dalek, all boxed except radio controlled Dalek (22) £70-90
1059.   A Hornby Railroad '00' gauge R3060 Tornado B.R. Class A1 locomotive, boxed, and two other '00' gauge locomotives, Hornby R2785 B.R. green 9F Evening Star No.92220 and Bachmann 31-284 parallel boiler Scot 46165 'The Ranger' B.R. green, both boxed, together with a small quantity of diecast models, water-line models, etc (a lot) £80-120
1060.   Eleven 1:18 scale film related die cast model cars, including James Bond 007 Aston Martin, Smokey and the Bandit Trans AM, Bullitt Ford Mustang, Fast 'n' Furious, etc, together with Corgi The Ultimate Bond Collection, etc, all boxed (29) £40-60
1061.   Twelve 1:18 scale die cast model vehicles, Burago, Hotwheels, Auto Art, etc, and four 1:10 scale American Chopper series customised motorcycles, together with other various models, all boxed (25) £40-60
1062.   Eleven Burago 1:18 scale diecast models, including 1931 Alfa Romeo, 1954 Mercedes, 1937 Jaguar, 1934 Bugatti, etc, together with a Polistil RW196 Mercedes-Benz, all boxed (12) £100-150
1063.   A 3 inch scale model of a Marshall Agricultural Traction Engine, "Marshall Old Nightmare", the steel boiler with 15 tubes and pressure gauge but missing grate and fire-box door, single cylinder 1¾in stroke, estimated 2in bore, with Stephensons link valve gear, crank driven mechanical lubricator, single chain driven road speed. Fitted with dummy horizontal cable drum , the chassis detail including spoked and straked rear wheels, wooden running board with vice and oil headlamps, finished in black and red with brass boiler banding, 51in (129cm) long x 19in (48cm) wide x 30in (76cm) high. £1000-1500
1064.   Postcards; an album of approximately fifty W.W.1 period French embroidered postcards, together with three vintage postcard albums (empty), and a small collection of later postcards, 1930's+ (a lot) £80-120
1066.   A 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bear, CB093854B 'Diesel', with tags and linen cloth bag, 19in (48cm) high. £40-60
1067.   A 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bear, CB194571 'Kenny', with tags and linen cloth bag, 20in (51cm) high. £40-60
1068.   Four 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bears, CB604799 'Jackie', CB104698 'Graeme', CB104734 'Nora' and CB194517 'Heath', all with tags and linen cloth bags (4) £60-80
1069.   A 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bear, CB101040C 'William III', limited edition no. 389 of 4000, with tags and linen cloth bag, 20in (51cm) £40-60
1070.   Four 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bears, CB194521 'Danny', CB194520 'Louise', CB094087 'Kojak' and CB104688 'Cooper', all with tags and linen cloth bags (4) £60-80
1071.   Four 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bears, CB104707 'Willis', CB194336 'Max', CB114817 'Michael', CB104694C 'Taylor', with tags and linen cloth bags (4) £40-60
1072.   A 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bear, CB194201 'Malcolm' 20in (51cm) high, with tags and linen cloth bag, together with two smaller Charlie Bears, CB104742 'Trixie' and CB193747C 'Heather', both with tags and linen cloth Bags (3) £40-60
1073.   A 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bear, CB104654 'Shades', with tags and red cloth bag, together with two other Charlie Bears 'CB194523 'Ludo' and CB193747B 'Clara', both with tags and linen cloth bags (3) £40-60
1074.   Five 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bears, CB114828 'Tony', CB094064 'Ade', CB183970 'Leia', CB 104712 'Izzy' and CB194557 'Adam', all with tags and cloth bags (5) £50-70
1075.   Five 'Charlie Bears' Teddy Bears, CB183986 'Ross', CB0104632 'Bentley', CB194342 'Ella', CB104730 'Griffin' and CB193986B 'Manfred', with tags and cloth bags, together with two Keel Toys teddy bears (7) £70-90
1076.   A vintage Steiff 'Peggy' Penguin, circa 1950's, raised lettering nickel button having had yellow label cut out, 13in (33cm) high, together with another vintage plush toy of a long horn goat, unmarked, possibly steiff (2) £40-60
1077.   A 1970's Chuck Connors Tin Can Alley, electronic rifle range by Ideal Toys, together with a selection of toy shotguns, pistols, swords, etc (a lot) £30-50
1078.   A Vintage Louis Marx's Speedway Set, together with another including cars, track & remains of boxes (a lot) £30-50
1079.   A 1930's Harrod's De Luxe Cabinet of Magic Child's Magic Set. £20-40
1080.   A Quantity of Victory wooden Jigsaw Puzzles. £20-40
1081.   A Collection of Rubiks Cubes, and other Rubik items including Rubik clock, snakes, etc, (a lot) £20-40
1082.   A Collection of Assorted die-cast Promotional & Other Model Vehicles, including cars, vans, aeroplanes by corgi, matchbox, oxford, lledo, etc (a lot) £20-40
1083.   A John Hill & Co Johillco Display Set of lead Cowboys & Indians, in original box together with another similar (2) £40-60
1084.   A Collection of Charbens Old Timers die-cast Miniature Models, in original boxes & loose (a lot) £40-60
1085.   A Collection of Assorted Vintage Toys, including Z Cars police car in original box, Duckhams car lifts, Airfix accessories, Triang push & go in original box, boxed doll, etc (a lot) £40-60
1086.   A Vintage J.W. Spear Brickplayer Imperial Cabinet Construction Toy, in original box, together with two boxes of spare parts (a lot) £30-50
1087.   A Collection of Hornby O Gauge Railway, including boxed wagons, turntable, footbridge, track, etc (a lot) £30-50
1088.   A Collection of Vintage lead & other Model Soldiers, including Britains Elastolin, together with 155mm field gun, etc (a lot) £30-50
1089.   A Large Vintage tin plate Clockwork Steam Roller. £20-30
1090.   A Vintage tin plate Clockwork Steam Roller. £20-30
1091.   A Collection of Children's Games, including Muffin, Mickey Mouse, sets of playing cards, etc (a lot) £30-40
1092.   A Rare Corgi Rockets Wall of Death Special Set, believed to be complete except for Wall of Death Ford Capri, Note; The Corgi Rockets Wall of Death Special Set was exclusively made for F.W. Woolworth's & Co Ltd in 1970 and only sold for six months, together with a circa 1970 Matchbox Crash Game (2) £50-70
1093.   A 1970's Subbuteo Continental Display, complete & boxed together with boxed England & Leeds United teams, picket fencing, corner flags, score board, & some empty boxes, etc, Esso F.A. Cup centenary coin album and Argentina '78 World Cup sticker book (a lot) £40-60
1094.   A Collection of Vintage & Later Board Games, including Fred Truman's Test Match, Waddington's Risk, Fascination, Cluedo, Arton Games War, and others (a lot) £30-50
1095.   A 1970's Meccano Army Multikit, together with a Meccano 3M kit, Airfix Classic 'Discovery' No.905, Airfix H.M.S. Suffolk, Airfix flight deck game,Swan mercury glider, Triang pennybrix A300, Spirograph, Plasticraft, etc (a lot) £40-60
1096.   A Collection of Corgi, Matchbox & Other Model Vehicles, in play worn condition, together with model railway diorama parts and a French model railway, array of lead & plastic model animals, vintage roller skates, Action man, 1970's Sindy doll, etc (a lot) £40-60
1097.   A Bose Wave Music System, model AWRCC6, together with remote control (2) £50-80
1098.   A Yashica Atoron miniature pocket Camera, No.A60827118, in original case, 4in (10cm) long. £40-60
1099.   A Leica R4 SLR Camera, black, No.1560708, with Summicron-R 50mm f2 lens, and two other Leitz lenses: Elmarit-R 35mm f2.8 wide angle lens and Elmarit-R 135mm f2.8 telephoto lens, together with Leitz camera bag, Leica R4 Instruction Book and Leica Pocket Book pub. Hove Foto Books (a lot) £80-120
1100.   A Yashica 44 LM TLR Camera, No.FL1100724, with Yashinon 60mm f3.5 lens, in correct leather case with sales box and Instruction Booklet, together with accessories including Yashica lens hood, filters, Sun telephoto model.44 lens, Sun wide angle model 44 lens, Aico Close-up set, etc (a lot) £40-60