antiques & fine art sale

4th September 2019

Lot 1001

A good patinated spelter "Bat Boy" figure, early 20th century, standing on a rectangular base decorated with leaves, indistinctly signed verso. Height 37 cm.

Lot 1002

Franz Bergman (Austrian 1861-1936), a cold painted bronze figure of a running Arab male, circa 1900, modelled with a stick in his raised right hand, all upon a naturalistic base, with cast marks Geschutzt 2897 and with vase mark. Height excluding stick 25 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £880

Lot 1003

A set of four Phoenician glass fish shaped phials, second century BC-6th century AD, with matt green lips and fins upon a yellow and black wavy band body. 4.6 cm - 5.4 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 1004

A Phoenician glass tumbler, second century BC-6th century AD, of cylindrical tapering form decorated with three face masks between flowering branches all beneath a wavy yellow and white band. 8.7 cm tall, 7 cm wide.

Sold for £620

Lot 1005

A Phoenician glass stem cup, second century BC-6th century AD, the bowl decorated with face masks above swags in turn above a similarly decorated flared knop above an applied wavy band, with circular foot. 8.2 cm high, 9.6 cm wide.

Sold for £180

Lot 1006

After Joseph d'Aste (Italian 1881-1945), a bronze figure of a young laughing girl, early 20th century, seated with her hands between her crossed legs upon a marble plinth. 19.5 cm high.

Lot 1007

A Persian silver mounted cow horn fish, 20th century, with Persian silver head and tail and with cow horn body with open aperture to the centre. 46 cm.

Lot 1008

A Chinese silver mounted bamboo walking stick, late 19th century, the grip with initials "QG" framed by bats and decorated with blossoming flowers, lotus, peony and fanciful birds all above a key border. 85.5 cm high.

Sold for £100

Lot 1009

A bamboo root bulb walking stick, 19th century, the root bulb forming the grip on a tapering shaft. 90.5 cm high.

Sold for £55

Lot 1010

A carved wood walking stick, early 20th century, the grip in the form of a recumbent hound on a natural shaft. 83 cm high.

Lot 1011

A gentleman's sword stick, early 20th century, having an ivory handle with lozenge shaped blade encased in a malacca shaft with silver mounted collar assayed for Birmingham 1931, and with horn ferrule. Blade 39.5 cm, overall 91.5 cm.

Lot 1012

A bamboo walking cane, early 20th century, with polished lapis lazuli ball grip. 85 cm long.

Sold for £65

Lot 1013

A gentleman's rosewood and horn walking cane, early 20th century, having a horn grip upon a rosewood lozenge shape shaft with horn ferrule. 90 cm high.

Lot 1014

A sword stick in bamboo shaft, early 20th century, having a turned handle with gilt metal collar and lozenge shaped blade. Blade 67.5 cm, 88 cm overall.

Lot 1015

A gentleman's malacca and silver mounted walking cane, the silver knop with vacant shield shaped cartouche and with chased foliate decoration, all upon a lacquer body with silver coloured collar and brass ferrule. 88 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 1016

A 19th century European carved wood walking stick, the grip carved with four faces to include a lady and a bearded man and signed "V. Bigioli Scolpi 1851" and with metal ferrule. 101.5 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 1017

A sword stick, late 19th/early 20th century, the grip well carved in the form of a dogs head with painted nose and mouth and inset glass eyes, upon a bamboo body with horn ferrule enclosing a cross form blade indistinctly struck "NUTT". Blade 67.5 cm, 97 cm overall.

Lot 1018

A walking stick formed from the muscle of a bulls penis (pizzle), with part silver plated copper grip. 79 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 1019

A bamboo walking cane, 19th century, having a turned ivory grip and bone ferrule. 89.5 cm.

Lot 1020

A good hand carved walking stick, late 19th century, the grip well carved in the form of a dogs head with inset glass eyes all above an applied gilt metal roundel struck "S.D.L." and with a horn ferrule. 90.5 cm long.

Sold for £160

Lot 1021

A 19th century carved ebony and thread bound walking cane, the carved ebony grip in the form of a dog with inset coloured glass eyes and with silver metal collar above the tapering body bound in wax black thread and with metal ferrule. 93.6 cm long (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 1022

Caesar Philipp (German 1859-1930), "Piper and Geese" a well patinated bronze figure group upon an oval green veined marble base. Height 25 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1023

An 18th century miniature carved amber bust of Dr Syntax. 3.6 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 1024

A pair of Roxon Bakelite spherical ashtrays, circa 1930, with three hinged cigarette rests. NOTE - Designed by Roanoid and originally used by Dunlop as a promotional items for their sporting Division. 9 cm wide, 8.4 cm high.

Sold for £90

Lot 1025

A collection of 13 late 19th/early 20th century Vesta cases, to include a Vulcanite horseshoe example, Niello examples, olive wood and Japanese style and a long case with a deer being attacked by hounds, and a silver plated and ebony handled ashtray, Registration No. 208217, Shape No. 9324.

Sold for £80

Lot 1026

A good Black Forest carved wood nutcracker, early 20th century, carved as a long eared Spaniels head with inset glass eyes. 19 cm.

Lot 1027

A rare Hall's Second Patent pendulum letter scale, 19th century, gilded sheet brass, suspended from a well modelled and cold painted spelter parrot, upon an ebonised wood stand. height including stand 19 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £600

Lot 1028

A Gladstone bag, containing three ladies lignum vitae bowls initialled R.S.

Sold for £40

Lot 1029

A hand woven Union Jack, 98 cm x 215 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 1030

A pair of carved wooden figural book ends, in the form of a man pushing against a wall. Height 15.5 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 1031

Four volumes of books on the Lake District, "Cumberland Scrap Book" W.B. Redmain, "Prose of Lakeland" compiled by B.L. Thompson, "The English Lakes" Frank Singleton and "Inside the Real Lakeland" A.H. Griffin.

Sold for £42

Lot 1032

A Dutch brass coal bucket, 19th century, of tapering cylindrical form with bale handle, one side decorated with crest of lions, the other with a dray horse beneath swags, all upon a spreading circular foot. 35 cm diameter, 29 cm high.

Lot 1033

A bronze bust of an elderly female, 20th century, initialled B verso, all upon a green polished stone mount, overall height 53 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 1034

A large African carved wood crocodile, 20th century, carved from one piece. 174 cm long.

Sold for £180

Lot 1035

A Japanese Shin-Gunto, the single part fullered blade stamped with a flower head and verso character mark within a circle, the tsuba also with character mark in circle, having a leather bound and stitched grip, with leather and steel mounted scabbard, the blade 72 cm, 99 cm overall.

Lot 1036

A 19th century French briquet type cavalry sword, with part single and part double fullered blade, with etched decorations to both sides, the stirrup hilt struck 9, the blade 77.5 cm, overall 90.8 cm. Within a similar period but matched stitched leather scabbard with stamped decoration.

Sold for £32

Lot 1037

A 19th century middle Eastern short sabre, the blade 53 cm, with ribbed horn grip and brass hilt, all within a wood and metal sheath. Overall 71 cm.

Lot 1038

An Eastern military arsenal sword, WWII period, with turned wood, mahogany and brass handle (previously silver plated) and in metal mounted wooden scabbard. Blade 61 cm. overall excluding suspension loop 77 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 1039

An Ethiopian sword shotel, early 20th century, with broad straight de Liegeoise blade, cut with two fullers and etched with foliate decoration, the ricasso with the crowned lion of Judah stamped verso GG, with horn grip and brass mounted pommel, all within a stitched leather scabbard, the blade 80 cm, overall 92 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 1040

A Japanese Katana, the slightly curved blade with etched character marks, having a carved sectional bone grip and scabbard, decorated with panels of face masks, the blade 70.5 cm, overall (excluding scabbard 88.7 cm).

Sold for £110

Lot 1041

A Sudanese Kaskara, with broad double edged blade, stamped 15 with the number 5, with cross piece and leather bound grip with disc pommel, all within a tooled leather scabbard with swollen end, the blade 84.5 cm, overall excluding scabbard 98.5 cm.

Lot 1042

Five Chinese carved cork dioramas, in ebonised cases, each decorated with buildings, rockwork and pine trees. Tallest 20.5 cm, widest 29 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 1043

Two leather jacks, with double stitched handles and seams. 18.5 cm and 14.5 cm.

Lot 1044

A pair of gilt metal and mother of pearl opera glasses, with telescopic handle, and a black lacquered and leather bound pair of opera glasses.

Lot 1045

A vintage Powell & Hanmer "Corsair" motorcycle lamp, and a Lucas No. B116 rear light. 12.5 and 9 cm respectively.

Sold for £75

Lot 1046

A Victorian pink satin glass oil lamp, with brass mounts, converted to electricity. Overall height 31.5 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 1047

A pair of French porcelain owl novelty oil lamps, circa 1890, each with glass inset eyes, brass light mount and printed mark for "William Whiteley, China Manufactured in France", both converted for electricity. Overall height including fitting 28 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 1048

A Victorian and brass bound chemist pill making slab, stamped for "S. Maw Son & Thompson, London". 21 cm x 34 cm.

Lot 1049

An Indian carved boxwood and ebony chess set, late 20th century, in plush lined fitted box. King height 19 cm, pawns 9 cm.

Lot 1050

Six cast brass twin branch wall lights, 20th century, with vase finial and scrolling branches. Length 30 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 1051

A set of modern brass wall lights, two with three branch arms and four with twin branch arms, each with oval and beaded backplates.

Sold for £50

Lot 1052

Four cast brass twin branch wall lights, late 20th century, with clam shell backplates and plain twin branches.

Lot 1053

A mid 20th century National Geographic terrestrial globe, on stand. Globe diameter +/- 20 cm.

Lot 1054

Three milk glass ceiling light globes, 20th century. Diameter +/- 25 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 1055

Assorted military medals to include a 1914-15 Star, for 24336 Pte. W. Judge. L-Pool R. George VI Coronation medal and dress medal, World War II Defence and Victory medals, UN and USA medals, a Pakistan Independence medal, Elizabeth II faithful service medal and a silver and enamel Royal Masonic Institute for girls medal (13).

Sold for £65

Lot 1056

A Thomas Edison phonograph, 19th century, black Japanned with parcel gilt and gilt lettering, with applied licensing label and Serial No. S10531, in a fitted oak case with applied ivorine label for "The Edison-Bell Phonograph Supply Co., Liverpool".

Sold for £110

Lot 1057

A gentleman's brushed felt top hat, the watered silk interior with applied printed stencil for "Extra Quality, West End Style", with International Award medallions. Interior measurement 20 cm x 16 cm, in Dunn & Co., Hat Makers of London box.

Sold for £80

Lot 1058

A pair of marble columns, of cluster form with square stepped bases and metal fittings. Height 107 cm, tops 25 cm square.

Sold for £220

Lot 1059

A pair of rouge marble pedestals, with cluster columns and square stepped bases with metal mounts and capitals. Height 114 cm, top 26 cm square (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 1060

A pair of brass side light fittings, in the classical style, with ribbon swag mounts. Height including glass shade 55 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 1061

A pair of brass and glass bag type chandeliers. Height 64 cm, diameter 38 cm.

Sold for £260

Lot 1062

A brass and glass bag type chandelier. Height 94 cm, diameter 50 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 1063

A brass and glass bag type chandelier. Height 94 cm, diameter 50 cm.

Sold for £320

Lot 1064

A large pair of brass five branch light fittings, in the Classical style, with bellflower swags. Height 74 cm.

Lot 1065

A pair of marble urns, in the Classical style, with brass mounts and carrying handle to either side. Height 50 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 1066

A pair of marble urns, in the Classical style, with brass mounts and carrying handle to either side. Height 50 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 1067

A pair of brass andirons, 19th century, the pointed finials above vase, globe and turned knops, terminating in lion claw and ball feet and united by a loose turned stretcher with acorn finial. Height 67 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 1068

Assorted walking sticks and umbrellas, all in a salt glazed charcoal water filter with applied label "Pasteur (Chamberland) filter, J. Defries & Sons Ltd.". Water filter height 47.5 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 1069

A Flemish plaster and wood light fitting, late 19th/early 20th century, carved as a female singing and playing a lute above two shield shaped plaques carved with a tankard and harp and with inscribed ribbons of popular songs. Height +/- 55 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1070

An African carved wood tribal figure, 20th century, having a woven hat, with cowrie shell inset eyes and painted scarification marks to the face and arms, wearing a rush skirt, with leather beaded bracelets around the ankles. Height 66 cm.

Lot 1071

A large Victorian glass apothecary jar, for Magnesia, bearing Royal Coat of Arms. 57 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 1072

Giuseppe Bianchi (Italian 19th/20th century), "Il Nido-The Nest", a carved walnut panel, carved in high relief and signed, with applied brass label for The State Institute of Art, Cantu and with applied typed label verso dated 1924. Overall 34 cm x 65 cm.

Lot 1073

A 19th century marine woolwork, depicting a single masted vessel flanked by flags. 28 cm x 25 cm.

Lot 1074

A 19th century woolwork marine picture, a three masted British clipper, lighthouse to bottom left, with gilt slip and maple frame. 48.5 cm x 58 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 1075

Hogarth Restored, The Whole Works of The Celebrated William Hogarth, as originally published .... now re-engraved by Thomas Cook, printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly; John Walker and G. Robinson, London 1806, 111 plates, red leather spine and corners.

Lot 1076

A Chinese carved wood figure, late 19th/early 20th century, carved as a young male wearing a loin cloth, japanned finish and with strings of cash to his waist. Height 51 cm.

Lot 1077

An Italian mandolin by Notorio, 60.5 cm, in fitted case.

Sold for £28

Lot 1078

A pair of Blackamoor figural candelabra, fitted for electricity, each figure holding aloft a six branch gilt candelabra supported upon a raised circular base with applied foliate caps. 119 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 1079

A pair of hollow cast greyhounds, each seated upon their haunches in alert pose, all upon a square base. Height 78 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 1080

A pair of polished brass and glazed lanterns, with shaped carrying handle above the turned finial and domed top, all upon short scrolling feet. Height excluding handle 60 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 1081

A bronze figural table light, cast as a muse staring to the right a book in her left hand, all upon an architectural base with square stepped foot. Height excluding light fittings 63.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 1082

A rococo style gilt cast metal two branch girandole mirror, decorated with face mask amongst C scrolls amongst foliage framing a shaped bevelled glass mirror with twin branch candelabra (fitted for electricity terminating in a rope tassel). 53 cm high.

Sold for £70

Lot 1083

A pair of cast brass wall plaques depicting Mars and Poseidon, each within a foliate border above a classical face mask, 45 cm x 26 cm.

Lot 1084

After Coustou, a pair of bronze Marley horses, 19th century, height 28 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 1085

A pair of novelty table lamps, modelled as a knights helmet, shield and sword, all upon a circular base, 70 cm high.

Sold for £340

Lot 1086

An Art Nouveau planished brass coal receiver, having a sloping top with embossed olive leaf decoration, the front with similar decoration flanked by stylised sinuous leaves, all upon lion paw feet. Width 34 cm, height 40 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 1087

Cinematic Interest - "The Vikings, The Screens Mightiest Conquest", two tone yellow and red quad cinema poster, 76.5 cm x 101.5 cm, folded. "Papillon, The Greatest Adventure of Escape Ever Filmed" (1973), British quad film poster with Tom Jung artwork, printed in England by W.E. Berry Limited, Bradford, folded, 76 cm x 101 cm. "Kramer Vs Kramer", 1980, British quad cinema poster, printed in England by Lonsdale and Bartholomew Limited, Nottingham, folded, 76 cm x 101 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 1088

Three bottles of Chateau Lynch Bages Paurllac 1981, together with three bottles of Pernand-Vergelesses 1976, Berry Brothers & Rudd Limited.

Sold for £130

Lot 1089

Six bottles of vintage red wine, two 1976 Gevrey Chambertin, two Chateauneuf du Pape 1969 and two 1978 Aloxe Corton 1978, all Berry Brothers and Rudd.

Sold for £110

Lot 1090

Six bottles of vintage red wine, two Moulin-a-Vent 1978 and 1962, two Chateau Gruaud-Larose St. Julien 1964, one Chateau d'Angludet Margaux 1983 and one Beaune Clos-du-Roi 1978.

Sold for £70

Lot 1091

Two bottles of fine liqueur Cognac, Berry Brothers and Rudd Limited, 70% proof.

Sold for £150

Lot 1092

One bottle of Macallan-Glenlivet Scotch Whisky, 86 proof, The Macallan Distillery, 4/5 quart. R. Kemp Macallan-Glenlivet Ltd, 12 years old. The bottle impressed "Federal Law Forbids Sale or Re-Use of This Bottle" and "Row & Co., Distillers Ltd., Glasgow, Scotland". Cork stopper with lead capsule. Staining to label. Level high shoulder to bottom of neck (see illustration).

Sold for £10000

Lot 1093

Eight bottles of vintage wine, four Chateau Batailley Pauillac 1976, three Morgon Domaine Callot 2004 and one Cotes de Beaune 1964 Charmes Chambertin.

Sold for £180

Lot 1094

Three 19th century copper measures, two gallon, one gallon, half gallon.

Sold for £100

Lot 1095

Three gilt metal light fittings, in the rococo style. Height excluding light fitting 38 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 1096

A turned ivory handled pen set in fitted box, the dip nib in the form of a pointing finger, all within a fitted case inscribed "garniture de bureau", a 19th century carved and turned ivory desk thermometer and an Art Deco ivory and horn handled letter knife.

Sold for £60

Lot 1097

A rare pair of early 20th century Coleman's mustard barrels, painted with parcel gilding with transfer royal coat of arms to the body and lid, impressed J&J Coleman Limited, Purveyors of Mustard to The King. 22.5 cm high.

Sold for £240

Lot 1098

A collection of assorted Ordnance Survey sheets, principally early to mid 20th century, covering Carlisle and the surrounding areas (20).

Lot 1099

A Japanese carved bone hairpin, Meiji period, decorated with a flower and insect, two character signature, a Chinese carved ivory hollowed tusk, late 19th century, decorated throughout with flowering peony and leaves, upon a wood stand, an African carved ivory crocodile, early 20th century and a carved ivory desk blotter, early 20th century, tallest 13.5 cm, the crocodile 38.5 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 1100

An Arts and Crafts copper trivet, with embossed stylised decoration upon shaped feet and a brass example with embossed interlaced decoration, all upon shaped cabriole legs. 15.5 cm wide and 34.5 cm wide respectively.

Sold for £30

Lot 1101

A Keswick School of Industrial Art copper dish, inscribed to the underside W Robinson 1898, the circular body with embossed radiating centre and having a foliate decorated handle opposing a raised lip. 36 cm long, 24 cm wide.

Sold for £70

Lot 1102

An Arts and Crafts brass fender, with embossed honesty pod decoration, internal width 107 cm, and a smaller embossed sheet metal bedroom fender with stylised foliate decoration, internal width 63.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 1103

An album of 19th century and early 20th century German stamps, a further folder of loose but mounted stamps to include British Guiana, North and South America, Yugoslavia, China and Indonesia, Russia and Spain.

Sold for £20

Lot 1104

A California buckeye novelty trinket box, manufactured by Box of Trix with a series of novelty shaped and hidden drawers. Width 54.5 cm, 35 cm high.

Sold for £120

Lot 1105

A Senufo carved wood mask, 20th century, in the form of a stylised ape with protruding hooded eyes and wide grinning mouth and with three carved anteaters upon its head, traces of black pigment, 22 cm high, approximately 34 cm deep, 29 cm wide.

Sold for £45

Lot 1106

A Yoruba carved wood mask, 20th century, the forehead and cheeks with lozenge shape decoration and with typical stylised hair, 20 cm wide, 35 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 1107

A Yoruba carved wood figure of male and female musicians, 20th century, each standing and with an inlaid cowrie shell to their foreheads, standing either side of a tapering horn all upon a geometric carved and coloured base, 27.5 cm high.

Lot 1108

A West African carved wood mask, 20th century, Nigeria/Cameroon, with incised decoration against a white ground with traces of red and blue pigment, 22 cm x 30.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 1109

A West African carved wood mask, 20th century, Nigerian/Cameroon, with stylised headdress and scarification marks to the face, with holes to either side for grass or hair, with painted white face highlighted in brown, 16 cm at widest, 42 cm high, and two books "Africa , The Art of a Continent" published by Royal Academy of Arts London, and "Bleakley, Robert African Masks", published Thames & Hudson 1978.

Sold for £42

Lot 1110

Nicholas Sanson and Melchior Tavernier, Britinnicae Insulae, 1641, double page engraved map of Great Britain, framed and mounted, 39 cm x 51.5 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 1111

Two antique Egyptian Ushabti, one with faience glaze the other with traces of faience glaze. 10.4 cm and 8.9 cm respectively (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 1112

An Edwardian silver topped Portland scent bottle, the top hallmarked assayed for Birmingham 1904, with colour printed decoration of a female in Japanese costume. 6.2 cm high.

Sold for £55

Lot 1113

A middle eastern copper and silver metal Dallah coffee pot, 19th century, with engraved and embossed decoration, having a tall finial above the hollow lid with geometric thumb piece, the waisted body with silver coloured metal bands upon a spreading circular foot, the engraved spout with hinged cover. Height 32.5 cm.

Sold for £1700

Lot 1114

Two middle eastern Dallahs, both probably 19th century, one having a copper body with brass solder and finial, the other brass, the copper Dallah undecorated the other with simple engraved motifs. 21 cm and 26.5 cm respectively.

Sold for £280

Lot 1115

A large Turkish brass water jug, 19th century, having a bud form finial above the domed and embossed lid, the neck with simple engraved decoration above the part gadrooned bell shaped body. 43 cm high. Together with a Turkish silver plate on copper jug and a small copper measure with brass handle.

Lot 1116

A middle eastern brass tray, with inlaid copper and silver metal Arabic script and scrolling foliate decoration. 49 cm diameter, together with a novelty carved wood stand the terminals in the form of camels heads.

Sold for £30

Lot 1117

A carved Black Forest ibex, late 19th/early 20th century, standing on a mound of rocks, 26.8 cm high.

Sold for £130

Lot 1118

A turned rosewood piccolo, late 19th/early 20th century, with nickel plated mounts stamped for J Wallis London, 38 cm.

Lot 1119

A 19th century lacquered brass portable monocular microscope, with adjustable stage, an assortment of lenses all within a fitted mahogany box together with a small collection of glass slides, each with ink inscribed label, the mahogany case 21.5 cm wide, 15.5 cm deep.

Sold for £200

Lot 1120

A large quantity of cigarette cards, to include a Wills album of flowers, allied army leaders and insect, and others by senior service, Carreras, Godfrey Philips Limited, churchmen and many others.

Sold for £45

Lot 1121

Three stamp albums and contents, to include the Lincoln stamp album and the Mercury stamp album, containing late 19th/early 20th century British and World stamps.

Sold for £25

Lot 1122

A collection of principally mid 20th century black and white and colour topographical postcards, to include Lakeland scenes of Borrowdale, Helvellyn from Striding Edge, Aira Force, The Birk Fell path, views of Middleton in Teesdale, Staines, also to include a small quantity from Guatemala, Jamaica and France.

Lot 1123

A late 19th century W. Avery and Son, Reddich Patent "The Quadruple Golden Casket" needle case.

Sold for £30

Lot 1124

Three vintage "Parker" fountain pens, a vintage Conway Stewart No 55, a Messenger fountain pen and ball pen, 2 dip pens, 2 sterling silver propelling pencils, a small Conway Stewart phial of pencil leads and a British useful made requisites box containing nibs.

Sold for £95

Lot 1125

A gilt spelter table lighter in the form of a Medieval knight, mid 20th century, modelled wearing a cloak and holding a broad sword, his helmet hinged to reveal a lighter and with hinged opening to the rear. 23 cm high.

Sold for £10

Lot 1126

A pair of moulded spelter Renaissance style ewers, late 19th century, relief cast with cherubs and Classical masks. 38.5 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 1127

A French patinated bronze figure of "Euterpe" muse of music and poetry, 19th century, struck to the base "Reduction Mecanique - Collas". 41 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 1128

Of Boer War interest - the Mayor's Siege medal 1900, Kimberley 1899-1900, assayed for Birmingham 1901 together with The Anglo-Boer War album 1899-1900 (Kimberley edition), an album of upwards of 300 photographic engravings, published by Dennis Edwards & Co, with printed label for J Watson, Hall Street, Kimberley, agent for Dennis Edwards & Co's, Anglo Boer War album, the cover with gilt lettering and blind stamped to the top right hand corner "To my dear parents". NOTE: This album was sent to Agnes and William Forsyth by their son David, who initially went to south Africa for mining purposes.

Sold for £160

Lot 1129

Military interest - three Great War medals, comprising 14/15 Star, Victory and War medal, awarded to 1910 Pte W. Robinson. S. Lan:R. Together with a faithful service Special Constabulary medal awarded to Detcht. Comdr. Thomas C McKenzie, a Durham Light Infantry cap badge, a sterling silver ARP badge and a Civil Defence Corps badge.

Sold for £150

Lot 1130

Three silver medallions for the Cumberland Change Ringers of Workington, each engraved on the back won by J Wilkinson, St Michaels Workington, 1900-1904, a silver marksman's medal awarded to the same December 1916, a gilded metal and enamel National role of marksmen silver pendant, a Royal Masonic Institute for Boys silver and enamel medallion, a For Home and Country enamel pin badge and a Whitehaven Amateur Athletic society pin badge.

Sold for £25

Lot 1131

Of boy scout interest - a gilded medal dated verso 19/11/47, and inscribed T C McKenzie, a silver boy scout sporran form badge, a 1947 leather scout expedition miniature scout hat, a leather knot and miniature gaiter together with a enamel Empire Exhibition Scotland 1938 pin badge, a Daily Mail Teddy Tail league pin badge and assorted other badges.

Sold for £100

Lot 1132

A Victorian cast and pierced brass desk standish by William Tonks & Sons, the lid hinged to reveal two inkwell apertures flanking a central postage stamp lick above classical mask and scrolling foliate decoration and with two pen supports. 24 cm wide.

Sold for £30

Lot 1133

A Victorian pink opalescent and brass oil lamp, circa 1880, handpainted with a heron amongst reeds and lotus, all upon a black ceramic and gilt base. Overall height 64.5 cm including chimney.

Sold for £120

Lot 1134

New Zealand stamps, George V-Queen Elizabeth II, to include 1931 "Smiling Boy" 1 penny and 2 penny health stamps and four albums of New Zealand stamps dating from 1962-2013.

Sold for £150

Lot 1135

A set of four Elizabeth II stamp albums, 1970-2018, and two further albums, one to include The 1924 British Exhibition.

Sold for £480

Lot 1136

Philatelic Interest - Seven Kestrel Cover albums and three further albums of First Day Covers, 1971-2017.

Sold for £110

Lot 1137

A large collection of Royal Mail commemorative books of stamps, to include classic album covers, Battle of Trafalgar, Morris & Co., RAF uniforms and many others all in mostly mint condition and to include four New Zealand postage stamp souvenir sheet booklets. 71 albums total.

Sold for £260

Lot 1138

Bisquit Dubouche and Co "Extra Vieille" grand fine Champagne cognac, 24 fl oz, 70° proof, level to top of shoulder/base of neck, sealed and in original box.

Sold for £180

Lot 1139

The Antiquary, De Luxe old Scotch whisky, distilled, blended and bottled in Scotland by J & W Hardie Limited, 26 fl oz, 70° proof, good levels, in original box.

Sold for £55

Lot 1140

An 1803 pattern Infantry Officers sword, with 74 cm curved blade, the copper hilt with crowned GR cipher, with wire bound shagreen grip and with lions head pommel, complete with leather and copper scabbard (see illustration).

Sold for £480

Lot 1141

A 19th century boarding cutlass, with 73 cm blade, with solid hilt and chequered grip, 85 cm overall, together with a Victorian cavalry officers sword, with single fullered slightly curved 73 cm blade, with pierced hilt with VR cipher, 86.5 cm overall (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 1142

Two Turkish brass dallahs, each with knop finial, elongated spout and waisted body and each with a single impressed mark by the neck. Height 31 cm and 26 cm respectively.

Lot 1143

A Triumph tiger cub motorcycle, odometer reads 16245 (see illustration).

Sold for £1300

Lot 1144

A Victorian cast iron copper and parcel gilt book press, 60 cm wide.

Sold for £42

Lot 1145

A Victorian cast iron corner stick stand, with copper drip tray. Height 75 cm, width at base 44 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 1146

A steel fender, pierced. Internal dimensions 150 cm x 43 cm.

Lot 1147

A set of four early 20th century gilt metal two branch side light brackets, in the Classical style, with ribbons, swags and bellflower ornament. Height 64 cm, width 27 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1500

Lot 1148

A pair of gilt metal three branch wall light fittings. Height 69 cm, width 37 cm.

Lot 1149

A vintage brass desk lamp, with green glass shade, bearing label "Greenalite". Height 48 cm, width 27 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 1150

A vintage chromium plated bathroom mirror frame and combined towel rail, with bevelled mirror glass. Width 60 cm, height 50 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 1151

A pair of cut and faceted glass table lamps, with gilt metal mounts and raised on octagonal marble bases. Height including lamp fittings 67 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 1152

A pair of gilt metal and bronze table lamps, modelled as four branch candelabra and each raised on three paw feet with triform base beneath. Height 80 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 1153

A collection of silver gilt ROAB medals to Sir Albert Brooks.

Sold for £100

Lot 1154

A 19th century brass and copper lamp standard, converted to electricity.

Lot 1155

A vintage bowler hat by Joseph E. Ward of London, in Battersby hatbox.

Sold for £25

Lot 1156

A brown painted cast iron dog nutcracker, Victorian. Length 22 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 1157

An album containing Girl Guide and Scout stamps, and another with Matchbox labels, principally Czechoslovakian, German, Russian, Spanish, etc.

Lot 1158

A collection of eight antique bronze crotal or rumble bells. Largest diameter 4.5 cm.

Lot 1159

A vintage Decca small portable wind-up gramophone. Case 24 cm x 28 cm x 20 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 1160

A vintage Columbia wind-up gramophone. Case 17 cm x 39.5 cm x 28 cm.

Lot 1161

A brass slope front coal box, embossed in relief with tavern scenes, and a Victorian copper kettle. Box width 45 cm.

Lot 1162

A vintage Russian camera, a Chinon camera, two Kodak Instamatics and various other cameras, lenses, etc.

Lot 1163

Two cases containing albums of stamps and loose stamps.

Sold for £38

Lot 1164

An Anglo-Indian ebony dome topped casket, decorated with carved ivory panels, circa 1900. Width 20.5 cm.

Lot 1165

A late Victorian Watkins patent automatic billiard chalk dispenser, oak with brass fittings. Height 43 cm, width 13 cm, depth 18 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 1166

An antique Bellarmine stoneware jug, with loop handle, height excluding cork 35.5 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 1167

A 19th century violin by Thomson Aberdeen, with one piece back. Length 14 1/8", cased and with two bows.

Sold for £1100

Lot 1168

A 19th century cast iron hall stick stand, with detachable drip tray. Height 68 cm, width 43 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 1169

A Chinese pine casket, metal bound and with interior lift out tray. 40 cm x 22 cm x 23 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 1170

An antique tribal art totem figure, height 92.5 cm.

Lot 1171

A late Victorian crystoleum, courting scene, 36 cm x 27 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1172

A circular brass trivet with fire irons, together with two Indian brass vessels a metal table lamp and vase. Tallest 36 cm.

Lot 1173

A vintage Hammond typewriter, American, with oak base and case. Case width 35 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 1174

No lot.

Lot 1175

A bottle of of Trianon Armagnac, 1973.

Sold for £55

Lot 1176

Two vintage silver scales and two brass mounted spirit levels, longest 30 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1177

A collection of plaster intaglio casts and seals after the antique, in the Grand Tour taste, of recent manufacture comprising four framed and glazed panels each containing approximately 22 individual intaglios with classical figures, each framed case 30 cm x 25 cm x 5 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 1178

A large 19th century two handled copper vessel. Diameter 44 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1179

A 19th century brass and copper cylindrical coal or log receiver, with lion mask carrying handles to either side and raised on three short paw feet. Diameter 40 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 1180

A pair of craftsman made bellows, leather and wood, bearing stamp "JJ". Length 50 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 1181

A hand carved wooden figurehead, draped female figure raised on an architectural capital. Height 220 cm.

Sold for £400

Lot 1182

A Blaeu antiquarian map, "The Middle Part of Galloway", circa 1654. 44 cm x 56 cm, framed.

Lot 1183

No lot.

Lot 1184

A George III inlaid mahogany tea caddy, with burr wood panels and crossbanded edge. Width 23 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 1185

A 19th century ormolu mantle clock, French, with ceramic tablet numerals. Height 42 cm, width 25 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1186

A Schatz Royal Mariner ships clock, two-train with bell. Case diameter 17 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1187

A 19th century mahogany toilet mirror, oval, with serpentine base fitted with three drawers and raised on bracket feet. Width 43 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 1188

A late George III pine spoon rack, having a swans neck pediment flanking a trefoil top and shaped sides with apertures for twelve spoons, all above a hinged compartment base, 41 cm wide, 66 cm high.

Sold for £100

Lot 1189

A German mother of pearl and gilt metal boudoir timepiece, early 20th century, with alarm dial, all upon squat gilt brass feet. Height excluding handle 7 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 1190

A Sheraton Revival mahogany framed mirror, with swans neck pediment and fluted pilasters either side of the bevelled mirror glass. Height including brass finial 86 cm, width 57 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 1191

An antique oak set of spice drawers, width 38 cm, height 44 cm, depth 19 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 1192

A George III single fusee walnut cased bracket clock by Weeks Piccadilly, with silvered dial and Roman numerals and bevelled glass to the top and side panels. Height 22 cm, width 16 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1750

Lot 1193

A George III giltwood and gesso framed mirror, with rococo pediment and foot. Height 111 cm, width 60 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £380

Lot 1194

A George III giltwood and gesso framed mirror, with foliate scrollwork foot and pediment. Height 110 cm, width 67 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £450

Lot 1195

An Edwardian oak glazed hanging cupboard, width 64 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 1196

A 19th century rosewood banjo barometer, with silvered brass dial and swans neck pediment. Height 97 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 1197

A George III mahogany stick barometer, by Zappa with silvered brass dial and exposed tube and turned cistern cover. Height 99 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 1198

A large Victorian mahogany single fusee wall clock, with painted dial and Roman numerals, case diameter 43 cm, dial diameter 35.5 cm.

Lot 1199

An Edwardian walnut framed mirror with shelf, the plate shield shaped and bevelled. Width 27 cm.

Sold for £15

Lot 1200

A 19th century American alarm mantle clock, with glass panel decorated with a beehive. Height 37 cm, width 19 cm.

Sold for £45