antiques & fine art sale

27th - 29th November 2019

Starting at 10.00 am each day

Wednesday 27th Lots 1-722

Thursday 28th Lots 723-1323

Friday 29th Lots 1324 - 2045

Viewing - Sunday 24th 11am - 3 pm, Mon 25th 10 am - 5 pm and Tues 26th 10 am - 7 pm and also throughout each sale day

Lot 601

A gilt dallah, 20th century, of typical form, with engraved coat of arms for Qatar, struck to the underside "925". Height 31 cm.

Sold for £500

Lot 602

An Edwardian five piece silver cruet set, Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1907, each piece with pierced decoration and coloured glass liner together with two salt spoons, and a set of six Edwardian silver coffee spoons, Joseph Rodgers and Sons, Sheffield 1904, with pierced foliate scrolling terminals.

Sold for £85

Lot 603

A mahogany canteen of cutlery, modelled as a side table, containing 12 place settings of community plate, principally complete, the cabinet bearing plaque for "James Weir, 66 Buchanan Street, Glasgow". Width 89 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 604

A Russian silver and enamel cream jug, early 20th century, decorated in the Art Nouveau style and set with garnets, one side engraved with initial, marks for O Kurlyukov, 84 zolotnik silver, Moscow 1908-17. 10 cm high (see illustration).

Estimated: £3000 - £4000

Lot 605

A Russian silver and Guilloche enamel box, makers initials "BK", St Petersburgh 1899-1908, marked 84 zolotnik silver, 7.5 cm wide, 2/.5 cm high (see illustration).

Estimated: £3000 - £4000

Lot 606

A silver gimbal table lighter, Joseph Braham, London 1913, the spherical lighter in gimbal mounted in a scrolling wire mount, 15.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 607

Tapio Wirkkala, a pair of Finnish silver candlesticks, Model No. 89, designed in 1957, each incised with T W monogram and Finnish marks, 23.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £600

Lot 608

Kay Fisker for Anton Michelsen, a sterling silver ewer, circa 1950's, of elegant slender shape with short spout and loop handle, 1.5L, struck to the underside "Michelsen Copenhagen, Kay Fisker 1.9", sterling Denmark, import marks for RCP Ltd, London 1959, 27 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £1500 - £2000

Lot 609

Eigil Jenson for Anton Michelsen, a freeform twin branch candelabra, circa 1961, struck marks "M9 EJ", Michelsen Copenhagen, sterling Denmark, import marks for RCP Ltd., London 1961, 12.5 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 610

Eighteen pieces of silver cutlery by John Round & Son (Joseph Ridge), Sheffield 1911, comprising 6 table forks, 6 dessert forks and 6 dessert spoons, 1045 grams.

Sold for £240

Lot 611

A pair of Dublin silver tablespoons, Rats Tail, 1832, maker Thomas Meade, 208 grams.

Sold for £55

Lot 612

A pair of silver plated rectangular entree dishes, muffin dish, fruit basin and plated teapot.

Sold for £28

Lot 613

An Elkington & Co. silver salver, foliate engraved, with shell and foliate border and raised on three short feet, London hallmarked date letter rubbed, 511 grams. Diameter 26 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 614

A pair of George III silver bottle coasters, pierced galleried form, marks rubbed but probably Sheffield 1773, makers mark illegible. Diameter 12.3 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 615

A Victorian silver scallop shaped dish, foliate engraved, raised on three ball feet, London 1891, maker John Grinsell & Sons, 63 grams. Length 12.5 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 616

A silver presentation trowel with ivory handle, "Presented to Henry Jefferson Esq. of Springfield on Laying the Foundation Stone of The Bigrigg School & Reading Room 1868", Birmingham 1868, maker George Unite. Length 26.5 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 617

A pair of Victorian silver bonbon dishes, repousse with winged cherubs, Birmingham 1898, maker Deakin & Francis Ltd. Diameter 12 cm, 85 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £60

Lot 618

A pair of silver bonbon dishes, raised on pierced feet, stamped "Goldsmiths Silversmiths Co., Regent Street", maker William Gibson and John Lawrence Langman, Birmingham 1893, 195 grams. Diameter 12 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 619

A silver topped scent bottle, repousse with foliate scrollwork, Birmingham 1904, makers mark rubbed. Height 12 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 620

A pair of silver chamber candlesticks, with weighted bases, maker Sydney & Co., Birmingham 1924. Height 10 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 621

A silver pint tankard, "Presented to Captain Jefferson by The NCOs and Members of The Squadron on his retirement from Westmorland & Cumberland Yeomanry 1902", maker William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London 1902, 282 grams. Height 12.5 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 622

A stirrup cup, in the form of a hare mask and with gilt bowl, no visible hallmarks. Height 12 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 623

Two Mappin & Webb filled silver models of cats, Birmingham 1996. Tallest 12 cm.

Sold for £260

Lot 624

A silver presentation cup, "Springfield Challenge Cup Presented by Robert Jefferson Esq. for The Hound Trail Held in the Park During August", Sheffield 1910, 302 grams. Height 24 cm excluding plinth, cased.

Sold for £110

Lot 625

A set of four Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Regent Street silver plated candlesticks, with detachable sconces, Corinthian capitals and square stepped bases. Height 17.3 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 626

An Edinburgh silver christening mug, 1897, inscribed with initials, maker Hamilton & Inches, 171 grams. Height 10.5 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 627

A silver heart shaped trinket box, London 1892, maker William Comyns & Sons, 125 grams. Length 11 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 628

Three Walker & Hall silver photograph frames, Sheffield 1986. The pair 16.5 cm x 13 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 629

A silver cigarette case, engine turned, Birmingham 1945, maker e. Scott & Co., 214 grams, and a silver lighter case, Birmingham mark modern.

Sold for £75

Lot 630

Two decanter labels, each in the form of a running fox, Sheffield 1989, and three decanter labels, brandy and port, Birmingham, 1991 and 1992.

Sold for £95

Lot 631

No lot.

Lot 632

A Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. silver bowl, repousse with foliate scrollwork. London 1900, 324 grams. Diameter 17.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 633

A silver salver, with Chippendale border, London 1900, maker Henry Stratford, inscribed "Presented to Miss Jefferson by The Bigrigg People on the Occasion of Their Marriage March 12th 1901", 973 grams. Diameter 30.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 634

Two cigar piercers, one 9 ct gold and one silver, gold Deakin & Francis, London 1985, 6.5 grams gross.

Sold for £90

Lot 635

Military Interest - A silver plated cavalry officers' pouch, circa 1900, with elaborately scrolled cypher believed to be from the Cumberland and Westmorland Yeomanry formerly the property of Captain Jefferson, the back in red leather with gold bullion. Length 18.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £260

Lot 636

A Martell Co. silver pin tray (1715-1965), a circular pin dish and a tealight holder. Largest width 9.5 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 637

A Victorian silver foliate engraved purse, Birmingham 1884, maker David & Lionel Spiers, width 64 mm, and a silver sovereign case, Birmingham 1914 (see illustration).

Sold for £38

Lot 638

A Victorian silver purse with writing tablet, Sampson Mordan & Co. 1891, the lid repousse with cherubs and birds. 10.7 cm x 7.5 cm, gross weight 132 grams.

Sold for £65

Lot 639

Two silver presentation keys to Robert Jefferson, one dated June 15th 1909, the other "On The Opening of The Jubilee Hall, Bigrigg, 1935", a Continental silver coloured sugar scoop, a decorative spoon, small ladle and Continental silver coloured small casket. Largest key length 11 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 640

A small Victorian silver whistle, 1890, maker Deakin & Francis, length including hanger 50 mm, a three way propelling pencil and a silver candle snuffer by John Bull Ltd., Birmingham mark modern.

Sold for £65

Lot 641

A small silver heart shaped box, London mark modern, a silver plated rattle and teether in the form of a cat and a silver dressing table jar, London 1912, maker Charles James Fox, height 72 mm.

Sold for £42

Lot 642

A 19th century silver plated two handled urn with tap, together with a meat dish cover. Urn height 40 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 643

A Scottish silver soup ladle, Andrew Wilkie, Edinburgh 1818, further struck to the terminal "Morton", 34.5 cm, a silver four division toast rack and a silver backed brush.

Sold for £75

Lot 644

A Victorian silver bullet shaped teapot, Frederick Brasted, London 1885, with turned ebonised finial and ivory handle. 13.5 cm high, 410.6 grams gross weight (see illustration).

Sold for £260

Lot 645

A German silver chalice lid only, 19th century, surmounted by a king with a suit of armour with cape holding an orb and sceptre, standing upon a knop supported by mythical beasts, above a lobed domed cover, the rim engraved in Latin "Bonus animus in mala re, dimidium est mali MDCXXIII" a quote from Roman comic playwright Platus (254BC-184BC) "Good courage in a bad circumstance is half of the evil overcome", the underside with Continental and English assay marks, with initials TC, possibly London 1885 but partially erased. Height 18.5 cm, 405.1 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £80

Lot 646

An Edwardian silver chocolate pot, Vale Brothers and Sermon, Chester 1902, with ebonised knop and handle. Height 16 cm. 369.5 grams gross weight.

Sold for £100

Lot 647

A George III silver teapot, Benjamin Mountigue (also known as Benjamin Mordecai) London 1785, having a domed lid above an oval body with bright cut decoration of garland swags framing vacant cartouche and with ebonised handle, together with a silver oval teapot stand, Robert Hennell I and David Hennel II London 1795, with a bright cut engraved foliate and star motif band and supported upon four legs. Stand diameter 18 cm. 440.6 grams gross weight (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 648

A George III silver teapot and stand, Peter and Anne Bateman, London 1794, the oval body teapot with domed lid engraved with shield shaped cartouche tied by ribbons between arcaded bands, the teapot stand similarly decorated, the cartouche engraved with the initials JD and supported upon four legs, the teapot 16.7 cm high, the stand 18.3 cm diameter, 585.3 grams gross weight (see illustration).

Sold for £550

Lot 649

A George III coffee pot, teapot and teapot stand, Robert Hennell I and David Hennell II, London 1797, with part faceted bodies and undulating engraved bands, the cartouche engraved with monogram but vacant verso, the coffee pot 31 cm high, teapot 18.3 cm high, stand 18 cm diameter, 1408 grams gross weight (see illustration).

Sold for £450

Lot 650

A William IV silver bowl, London 1834, having a foliate scrolling rim above the repousse body with further foliate scrolls, all upon a circular foot. 24 cm diameter, 14.5 cm high, 1020.5 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 651

A Victorian silver fruit basket, Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, London 1849, with pierced and cast foliate and floral rim, with lobed body with engraved decoration, with rococo scrolling cartouche, one with engraved armorial with boars head and chevron above legend "Toujours Tres", all upon a raised circular foot, 29 cm diameter, 722.7 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 652

An Edwardian silver salver, William Hutton and Sons Limited, London 1905, with shell and scroll borders and a rococo shaped cartouche engraved to the centre, all upon three pad feet. 24 cm diameter, together with a distressed George IV salver, Robert Hennell II, London 1825, engraved with thistles and leaves around a vacant replacement centre, the borders cast with shells and foliate scrolls upon three shell and scroll feet. 22 cm diameter, 737 grams.

Sold for £200

Lot 653

A large Chippendale style silver salver, Charles S Green & Co Limited, Birmingham 1932, supported upon three claw and ball feet. 35.6 cm diameter, 1088.62 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £350

Lot 654

An 18th century Continental silver mounted polished coconut cup, with silver rim and knopped stem upon a thread decorated base, with applied engraved silver medallion with dragon crest, struck mark to the underside. 18.5 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 655

A pair of French silver dishes, with shaped sides and threaded rims, each engraved to the centre initials CH. 14.7 cm diameter, 219.3 grams.

Sold for £75

Lot 656

A French silver sugar sifter, 18th/19th century, the pierced cover with pointed finial above geometric and beaded bands, the body with a band of engraved scrolls and flowers between reeded bands, all upon a circular foot. Height 13.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 657

A George IV silver cream jug, Thomas Streetin, London 1820, repousse with rural buildings and animals, a cartouche beneath the spout with engrave crest, all upon a circular foot with silver gilt underside. 11 cm high.

Sold for £65

Lot 658

A Georgian silver cream jug, makers initials CD, London 1759, repousse with bands of flowers with vacant cartouche, supported upon three scrolling feet with shell knees.

Sold for £85

Lot 659

A pair of Continental white metal lobed dishes, 18th/19th century, each engraved with a coat of arms between Gross Brittanien 1683 and "Polen 1650", the lobes embossed with scrolls and shells and with twin grotesque masked handles. 11 cm excluding handles x 14 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 660

Two George III boat shaped silver baskets, Peter and Anne Bateman, London 1794, with thread decorated handle borders above a foliate engraved band with oval cartouche with engraved monogram above a part gadrooned body and oval foot. Diameters 16.5 cm and 13.3 cm respectively, height excluding handles 12.5 cm and 9.8 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 661

A pair of George V silver sauce boats, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1917, in the Georgian style with gadrooned rims and scroll capped handles, all upon pad feet with shell knees. Bowl diameter 9 cm, 350.9 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 662

A George III mustard pot, John Emes, London 1806, of rectangular form with a blue glass liner and with later spoon, Lias family London 1824. diameter excluding handles 8 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 663

A Polish silver sugar sifter, early 19th century, the hinged pierced lid above the waisted body and repousse with C scroll cartouche. Height 11.7 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 664

A George III silver cream jug, Solomon Hougham, London 1797, with flared rim and engraved undulating band above an oval cartouche engraved with monogram. Height 11 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 665

A pair of George IV cut glass and silver mounted oil and vinegar bottles, George Piercy, London 1825, the hinged lid with shell thumb piece and thread handle above the stepped neck and pillar fluted body. Height 22.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 666

A Victorian silver cream jug, Daniel and Charles Houle, London 1849, engraved with scrolls and with vacant cartouche, supported upon shell feet. Height 10.3 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 667

A pair of 19th century silver plate on copper telescopic candlesticks, height closed 22 cm, height fully extended 27.3 cm, together with a silver plated chamber stick and snuffer, engraved with a boars head above a coronet with beaded rims.

Sold for £42

Lot 668

A silver toasting fork, Nathan and Hayes, Chester 1898, with turned ivory handle and white metal suspension loop, together with a silver metal punch ladle with baleen twist handle. 46 cm and 36.5 cm respectively.

Sold for £65

Lot 669

Two pairs of silver salts, marks rubbed, together with two pairs of silver salt spoons, the largest pair repousse with flowers and scrolls with vacant cartouche upon pad feet, the smaller examples with gadrooned rims. 342.6 grams.

Sold for £95

Lot 670

A pair of silver name card holders, Harrison Brothers & Howson, London 1890, the nameplate aperture flanked by trumpet shaped posy holders united by a scrolling stretcher and easel A frame support, together with a set of four silver knife rests, Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1852 (see illustration).

Sold for £100

Lot 671

An Indian inspired three piece silver tea set, Horace Woodward & Co, London 1878, with repousse decoration of a tiger, elephant and a deer, all between chain link bands within a plush fitted presentation case retailed by R Sutton Jeweller, Whitehaven. The teapot 12 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £380

Lot 672

A set of ten early George III silver dessert spoons, six by Thompson Davis, London 1764, the others London 1772, all with bright cut decoration. 16.7 cm long, 299.7 grams.

Sold for £300

Lot 673

An Arts and Crafts silver spoon, Sandheim Brothers, London 1919, having a planished bowl and long stem with pointed terminal. 15.2 cm long.

Sold for £65

Lot 674

A set of six Continental silver apostle spoons, 19th century, each with cast stem and apostle terminal, 12.8 cm long.

Sold for £32

Lot 675

A small quantity of silver flatware, 18th century onwards, comprising trefid top spoon and fork, four dessert spoons, five matching teaspoons with shell shaped bowls, three further teaspoons, pair of sugar tongs and five anointing spoons, various dates and makers. 312.4 grams.

Sold for £95

Lot 676

A George IV silver fish slice, William Bateman I, London 1821, the terminal engraved with a crest and monogram, together with a pair of Victorian silver butter knives, George Unite, London 1846 and 1848 with carved mother of pearl handles engraved with a boars head above a coronet, the fish slice 29 cm long.

Sold for £55

Lot 677

A 19th century Continental silver gilt basket, a pair of love heart shaped pierced bonbon dishes, Birmingham 1895, Continental silver egg cup and three pepper pots.

Sold for £75

Lot 678

A pair of silver sugar nips, makers initials IG, two silver caddy spoons, Peter and William Bateman, London 1807 and George Unite, Birmingham 1855.

Sold for £42

Lot 679

Four pairs of Georgian silver sugar tongs, to include Hester Bateman, Richard Mills, Thomas Wallis II and John Cormick and a Victorian pair of tongs, Henry Wilkinson & Co Sheffield 1880 (5).

Sold for £70

Lot 680

A silver backed four piece brush set, Charles Fox & Co Limited, London 1894/95, repousse with C scrolls and foliage, with central cartouche engraved with a crest.

Sold for £45

Lot 681

A loose part canteen of beaded cutlery, comprising 12 serving spoons, 12 table forks (1 matched), 12 dessert forks, 10 dessert spoons, 8 teaspoons, 5 mustard spoons and three ladles, the majority with traces of an engraved crest of a boars head upon a cushion.

Sold for £20

Lot 682

A set of four 19th century gilt copper candlesticks, with removable oval sconces with thread rims, upon an oval reeded column and foot, weighted. Height 25.2 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 683

Four silver plated rectangular serving dishes, three with gadrooned rims, one with beaded. Widest 30 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 684

A pair of silver plated grape scissors, by William Hutton and Sons, in fitted presentation case, seven silver plated spirit labels and a small turned wood and baleen toddy label.

Sold for £25

Lot 685

A large walnut and Continental silver mounted mazer, 19th century, with Continental silver lining covering the rim, with applied roundels, with coat of arms and verso war trophies, in between embossed lion mask and double scroll handles above a repousse and engraved band of cherub masks, flowers and ribbons, all on a silver base with similar decoration, engraved to the underside "Foy Pour Devoir MDCVI", all silver metal struck with mark initials "M.L. beneath pellets, an ink inscribed label accompanies the piece "Lord Allendale's Silver Wedding present to my father C Sligo De Pothonier they together financed ? King Edward". 26 cm diameter, 28 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £4400

Lot 686

A case of 12 silver coffee spoons and tongs, maker Joseph Rodgers & Son, Sheffield 1906 and a case of 6 silver handled cake knives.

Sold for £48

Lot 687

An Edwardian oak canteen of silver plated cutlery, "Presented by The Alliance Lodge to Fred Cunet Past Master", the knives marked "Levesley Bros., Sheffield" and complete with 12 pairs of fish knives and forks with servers.

Estimated: £80 - £120

Lot 688

A Victorian silver plated cake stand, with mahogany inset top, the body repousse with flowers and scrolls, raised on three foliate scroll and lion paw feet, diameter of top 38 cm, and two Mappin & Webb silver plated circular tiers, supported by reeded columns, 19 cm and 15 cm diameters.

Sold for £240

Lot 689

An Ercol light elm dining table, mid 20th century, the well figured rectangular top with rounded ends and supported upon square tapering legs. 153 cm wide, 71 cm high, 76 cm deep.

Sold for £110

Lot 690

After Marcel Breuer, a "Wassily" leather and tubular chrome armchair, 77 cm wide, 75 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £100

Lot 691

A Paul Fouillen Quimper faience Art Deco Vase, decorated with Breton ladies, inscribed marks to the underside and dated 1926. 32.5 cm high.

Sold for £70

Lot 692

A Carltonware "Guinness" advertising table lamp, together with a Crown Devon Fielding's Art Deco jug pattern A198. 23 cm and 12 cm respectively.

Sold for £75

Lot 693

A teak drop leaf dining table with 6 chairs, the table with drop leaves and butterfly action supports. 131.5 cm diameter (leaves open), 74 cm high, 131.5 cm deep. the chairs with black Rexine upholstered backrest and seats, supported upon turned legs (see illustration).

Estimated: £350 - £450

Lot 694

Keith Murray for Wedgwood, a duck egg blue ribbed vase, on circular foot, printed and impress marks. 23.5 cm high.

Sold for £190

Lot 695

After Andy Warhol Celebrity Series, a Rosenthal Studio Line Marilyn Munroe square glass dish. 29.5 cm x 29.5 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 696

A Guzzini style vintage mushroom shaped ceiling light shade, with chromium plated mounts, +/- 49 cm wide, 33 cm high.

Sold for £180

Lot 697

A Rosenthal moulded milk glass year dish designed by Ivan Rabuzin, 1978, limited edition number 1919/3000, in original presentation box. 36 cm diameter.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 698

An Art Deco golden oak standard lamp, of inverted tapering square form with reeded decoration, upon a plinth base with short feet. Height excluding shade and fittings 165 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 699

A well figured teak Meredew part bedroom suite, mid 20th century, comprising six drawer chest and two dressing tables, the chest 127.5 cm high, 61 cm wide, 46 cm deep.

Sold for £65

Lot 700

Clarice Cliff - marmalade pot and cover "Sunshine" octagonal bowl, crocus pattern vase and a lotus pattern bowl.

Sold for £38

Lot 701

A 1970's dark stained teak dining room suite by A Younger Limited, retailed by Maple, comprising bowfront sideboard with four drawers and two cupboard doors, four dining chairs and an extending dining table on tapering legs, table width fully extended 212 cm, standard table width 129 cm, height 78 cm, depth 81 cm, the sideboard 199 cm wide, 83 cm high, 49.5 cm deep (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £500

Lot 702

A Susie Cooper six place Harlequin coffee set, printed marks.

Sold for £22

Lot 703

Edward Hughes (1953-2005), Studio pottery dished plate, with combed decoration, impressed Potters mark to the underside. 28.5 cm diameter.

Sold for £150

Lot 704

Alan Caiger Smith (b.1930) studio pottery bowl on raised foot, monogram to the underside and incised within the body the letter E. 27 cm diameter.

Sold for £150

Lot 705

A large Studio Pottery bowl designed by Glynn Colledge, hand painted with stylised foliage, signed to the underside, 30 cm diameter together with a Art Pottery vase of bulbous squat form with segmented decoration with a graduated sky blue/chocolate brown glaze. Height 18.5 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 706

A large Dartington pottery jug designed by Janice Tchalenko, decorated with sunflowers against a purple and turquoise patch ground, studio pottery mark, 30.5 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 707

A Whitefriars "Ribbon Trail" amber glass vase, designed by Barnaby Powell, pattern No. 8886, height 20 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 708

A large Whitefriars sea green "Ribbon Trail" vase, designed by Barnaby Powell, pattern No. 8886, height 27.5 cm, diameter 27 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 709

A Holmegaard "Orchid" vase, designed by Per Lutken 1958, from the Flamingo Series, in clear and green glass, engraved marks to the underside. 23 cm high.

Sold for £20

Lot 710

Mabel Lucie Attwell for Shelley, a ursery ware Boo Boo Pixie milk jug, factory printed marks to the underside, numbered Rd724421, 15.4 cm high.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 711

After Carl Eric Klote for Overman, a pair of lounge chairs, circa 1960's, the moulded bodies with orange loose covers and squab cushion supported upon a chromium stem with five legs with capped ends. Width 62 cm, height 65.5 cm.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 712

A Gordon Russell double helix teak sideboard, designed by David Booth and Judith Ledeboer for the 1951 Festival of Britain, the cupboard doors with brass ring handles enclosing a shaped shelf and a baize lined drawer, all upon tapering legs. 122 cm wide, 84 cm high, 46 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £260

Lot 713

A mid 20th century teak chest of drawers, with matching dressing table, each with cast metal circular oxidised handles and supported upon rectangular legs tapering to a square foot, the chest of drawers 76.5 cm wide, 114 cm high, 46 cm deep.

Sold for £30

Lot 714

Charlotte Rhead for Bursley Ware, early 20th century, tube lined with citrus fruits leaves and berries, printed and inscribed marks. 21.3 cm diameter, together with an Eichwald pottery bowl with moulded floral decoration with shaded green ground, moulded marks and numbered 7708. 24 cm diameter.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 715

An Ercol light elm sideboard, circa 1960/70's, of rectangular form, with well figured top above three cupboard doors and two short drawers. Width 130 cm, height 76 cm, depth 44 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 716

An Ercol light elm drop leaf dining table, circa 1960/70's, supported on four tapering square legs. Width 118 cm (leaves open), height 71 cm, depth 96 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 717

An Ercol light elm armchair, mid 20th century, with horseshoe shape back rest supported on spindles and with dished seat on turned tapering legs united by stretchers. Width 57 cm, height 76 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 718

A Vanson teak dining room suite, comprising dining table, six chairs and sideboard. Table length closed 152.5 cm, each leaf 46 cm, width 92 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 719

Clifford Richards (20/21st century contemporary), "A Mad Tea Party", signed and dated in pencil in the margins 2012 and numbered 78/150, colour giclee, depicting artists Grayson Perry and Measles, Peter Blake, David Hockney, Steven Jones, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Gilbert and George and Terence Conran being served by Heston Blumenthal. 60 cm x 80 cm. ARR

Sold for £200

Lot 720

Clifford Richards, (20/21st century contemporary) "A Mad Tea Party II", signed, dated and titled in pencil in the margins 2012, Limited Edition giclee print 39/150, depicting Vivienne Westwood, Jonathon Ive, Paul Smith, Zaha Hadid, Steve McQueen, Thomas Heatherwick, P J Harvey, Zandra Rhodes, Andrew Logan and Banksy the Rat. 60 cm x 80 cm. ARR

Sold for £200

Lot 721

A Clarice Cliff bizarre hand painted plate, diameter 23 cm, together with a collection of Poole pottery coffee cups, saucers, pots and lidded serving dish.

Sold for £10

Lot 722

A 1960's mahogany dining table and six chairs by Younger, Model Fonseca in afromosia. Table length 166 cm, width 79 cm.

Estimated: £250 - £350

Lot 723

PARKER. ERIC, Lonsdale Library volume 26, the Lonsdale's Keepers book with 60 illustrations.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 724

MORRIS. BEVERLEY R, British Game Birds & Wildfowl, 2 volumes, published by John Nimmo, London 1897, with 60 large plates coloured by hand, 5th edition revised and corrected (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 725

DREW. SAMUEL, History of Cornwall, parts 6 and 7 (1817), and a copy The Academy of Complements with many new additions (1671).

Sold for £25

Lot 726

A box of mixed antiquarian books, to include The History of Herodotus by George Rawlinson (1862), and Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott (1926), The Poetical Works of Longfellow (circa 1882), The Works of William Shakespeare (1911), The Book of Saints and Heroes by Andrew Lang, Great Englishmen of The 16th Century, The New English Bible and The Letters of Junius (1807).

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 727

HUMBOLDT. ALEXANDER VON, Cosmos, Sketch of A Physical Description of The Universe, 2 volumes, 7th edition London 1849, The Life & Voyages of Christopher Columbus by Washington Irving, volume 2 (1850), and Warren Hastings by Lord McCauley (1862).

Sold for £42

Lot 728

GOETHE. JOHANN WOLFGANG VON, Goethe's Auserlesene Werke, 2 volumes, published 1854 Paris, Une Famille des Montagnes by H.D. Nelly, published Paris, Oeuvres de Pierre et de Thomas Corneille New Edition printed in Paris, 2 volumes (1827).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 729

GIBBON. EDWARD, The Decline & Fall of The Roman Empire, 4 volumes (1894), The Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius by George Long, The Lays of Ancient Rome by Thomas Macaulay (1886), Tales & Historic Scenes by Felicia Hemans (1855), The Forest Sanctuary and Other Poems by Felicia Hemans (1854), The Light of Asia by Sir Edward Arnold (1948) and the Song Celestial by Sir Edwin Arnold (1848).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 730

Il Decameron di Messer Giovanni Boccaccio, 5 volumes published 1824, Paul & Virginia by Helen Maria Williams, published London 1819, Our Village by Mary Russell Mitford, with 25 coloured illustrations by C.E. Brock, published by Dents, London 1904.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 731

A mixed lot of antiquarian books, to include Clavis Bibliorum the Key of The Bible by Francis Roberts, London 1675, and The Fraternity of Vagabonds (1813), The History & Art of Engraving, 4th edition published London 1770, The Poems Chiefly of The Lyric Kind by I Watts (1789), etc.

Sold for £80

Lot 732

BURTON. (Richard Francis), The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, Medina Edition 68/1000, printed by The Burton Club for private subscribers only.

Sold for £80

Lot 733

British Ballads by George Barnett Smith, 2 volumes (1886), Selective Poems of Thomas Hood with illustrations by Gustav Dore and The Art & Craft of Garden Making by Thomas H. Mawson, published by Batsford, London 1912, fully illustrated throughout enlarged and revised 4th edition.

Sold for £28

Lot 734

Two books illustrated by Arthur Rackham, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by J.M. Barrie (1906), published by Hodder & Stoughton, and A Midsummer Night's Dream published by Heinemann (1925).

Sold for £80

Lot 735

"Records of Otter Hunting", half leather bound with marble boards, a collection of published articles on otter hunting, to include Carlisle Otterhounds, Cockermouth Otterhounds, West Cumberland Otterhounds, Egremont Otterhounds, published mid to late 19th century, with three paper cuttings dated 1907, 1908 and 1910 from Carlisle Patriot, West Cumberland Times and The Westmorland Gazette.

Sold for £260

Lot 736

GREEN. WILLIAM, The Tourists New Guide, containing a description of the lakes, mountains and scenery in Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire, 2 volumes (1819).

Sold for £65

Lot 737

Volumes 1 and 2 of Nansen's "Farthest North" (1898), with decorative boards, full page, numerous text illustrations and maps.

Sold for £90

Lot 738

Alfred Wainwright (1907-1991), three by Lakeland Mountain Drawings Volume 4, A Coast to Coast Walk, and Cumbria, Lakeland & the Borders, 11 volumes January 1966 - December 1966 (June missing). ARR

Sold for £30

Lot 739

Fifteen volumes of "The Oxford History of England", to include Anglo Saxon England, Roman Britain, The 13th Century The 14th Century & The 15th Century, the Stuarts & The Tudors, etc.

Sold for £100

Lot 740

Two boxes of Folio Society books, Hans Anderson's Fairy Tales, The Arabian Nights, Grimm's Fairy Tales, Perrault's Fairy Tales illustrated by Edmund Dulac, two volumes of Van Gogh published by Taschen, and a double volume of The Compact Edition of A Dictionary of National Biography by Oxford Press (15).

Sold for £40

Lot 741

Eighteen Surtees Society books, to include Hawbuck Grange, Uncle Remus, Ask Maam, Analysis of the Hunting Field, Young Tom Hall, Charlie Thornhill, etc.

Sold for £50

Lot 742

HOFFNUNG. GERARD, nine comic caricature books, all 1950's or 60's editions, New World for Nellie by Rowland Emett, published by Harcourt, Brace & Co. (1952 First Edition), The Early Morning Milk Train The Cream of Emett Railway Drawings, published by John Murray 1976, and The Forgotten Tram Car (1952).

Sold for £55

Lot 743

A box of predominantly illustrated children's books, to include Ronald Searle, The Terror of St. Trinians, Hurrah for St. Trinians, Souls in Torment, The Kings Breakfast by A.A. Milne, illustrated by Ernest Shepherd (1926), Cautionary Tales for Children by H. Belloc, pictures by BTB, Fattypuffs & Thinifers, illustrated by Jean Bruller (1954), and Peacock Pie A Book of Rhymes by Walter de la Mare, illustrated by C. Lovat Fraser circa 1924, etc. (see illustration).

Sold for £50

Lot 744

COLLIS. MAURICE, Into Hidden Burma, 1953 First Edition, The Great Within by Maurice Collis, Cider with Rosie by Laurie Lee, First Edition, Dancing Peel by Lorna Hill, signed First Edition, Vainglory by Ronald Firbank, 1930, the Courtship of Birds by Hilda Simon, 1977 First Edition, Departures by E.L. Grant-Watson, 1948 First Edition.

Sold for £30

Lot 745

A box of classics, including Jane Austen 1926 publications leather bound by McMillan & Co., 5 volumes, 12 volumes of Rudyard Kipling leather bound McMillan publications, circa 1918, 7 late Victorian Bronte publications, published by Smith, Elder & Co., Wildfell Hall, Jane Eyre, Shirley, Wuthering Heights, Life of Bronte, The Professor Ann Billette, 11 mid 19th century Disraeli publications, Young Duke, Cybil, Vivienne Gray, etc.

Sold for £140

Lot 746

A box of Penguin and Pan paperbacks, Classic Green Crime, 26 copies, orange Penguin paperbacks including P.G. Woodhouse and 20+ Pan crime paperbacks including Agatha Christie, etc.

Sold for £20

Lot 747

A box of predominantly late 19th century and early 20th century classics novels, some leather bound, some with illustrated covers, to include School for Scandal illustrated by Hugh Thompson, Edwin Drood published in 1870, the Political Works of Robert de Southey complete in 1 volume (1844), etc.

Sold for £28

Lot 748

The History of Scotland, translated from the Latin of George Buchanan by James Aikman, 4 volumes, published by Blackie, Fullerton & Co. 1827.

Sold for £20

Lot 749

Eleven books on ferns, to include Fern Growers Manual by Hoshizaki & Moran, Ferns of The Tropics, Hardy Ferns, Fern Guide, etc.

Sold for £20

Lot 750

Nine books on ferns and mosses, to include the Ferns of Britain & Ireland by C.N. Page, Polystichum Cultivars by J.W. Dyce, The Illustrated Field Guide to Ferns & Allied Plants of the British Isles by Clive Jermy, Grasses, Sedges, Rushes & Ferns, etc.

Sold for £50

Lot 751

Ten books on ferns, to include Our Native Ferns by E.J. Lowe, 2 volumes (1867), the front boards having a gilt fern design on green boards, 79 coloured plates, 909 woodcuts in text, published by Groombridge & Sons, Ferns of Great Britain illustrated by John E. Sowerby (1855), British Ferns by Thomas Moore (1860), 3 copies of Welsh Ferns by H.A. Hyde, Choice British Ferns by Druery (1888) and British Ferns & Allied Plants by Edward Newman (1844) (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 752

Eleven books on ferns, to include 3 volume set of the Ferns published by Cambridge University Press by F.O. Bower (1923), The Fern Portfolio by Francis George Heath (1885), the Fern Herbal by Elfriede Abbe, European Ferns by James Britten with coloured illustrations from nature by D. Blair published by Cassell Petter Galpin & Co., circa 1881, The Ferns of Ceylon by W.A. Sledge (1973), Ferns British & Foreign by John Smith (1866), Geographical Handbook of All the Known Ferns by K.M. Lyell (1870), published by John Murray, British Ferns & Their Allies by Thomas Moore (1866), Ferns of The English Lake Country by W.J. Linton, Second Edition (circa 1878).

Sold for £50

Lot 753

A Monograph of The British Lichens by A.L. Smith, printed for The British Museum (1911, 1918), Second Edition, The Introduction to British Lichens by U.K. Duncan (1870), and Lichens An Illustrated Guide to The British & Irish Species by frank S. Dobson, (1992 softback edition).

Sold for £20

Lot 754

A box of specialist flora and fauna books, to include The Botanical Garden, 2 volumes in slip case, by Roger Philip & Martyn Rix, published by Firefly, Ornamental Shrubs, Climbers & Bamboos, Ornamental Grasses, Campunulas, 6 volume set of Familiar Wild Flowers by Edward Hulme, The Gardeners Assistant by Robert Thompson (1884), Domestic Floriculture by F.W. Burbidge (1875), The English Flower Garden by W. Robinson (1889), etc.

Sold for £42

Lot 755

Nine books of local interest, The Glossary of The Cumberland Dialect by E.W. Prevost, circa 1899, 2 volumes of Honister Slate by Ian Tyler, Seathwaite Wad by Ian Tyler, The History of The Writings of Beatrix Potter by Leslie Linder, Fauna of The Lake District by McPherson, Literary Associations of The English Lakes by The Reverend Rawnsley (1901), Literary Associations of The English Lakes by H. Rawnsley (1894) and Folk Speech Tales & Rhymes of Cumberland by A.C. Gibson (1873).

Sold for £65

Lot 756

A mixed lot of 5 Victorian books, Chinese Millions by J. Hudson (1882), Nonconformity in Spen Valley by Frank Peel (1891), Spen Valley Past & Present by Frank Peel with written dedication by the author to Miss Amy Steed (1893), Boswells' Life of Johnson by John Croker (1876), and Robinson Crusoe revised by James Plumptre (1826).

Sold for £55

Lot 757

Twenty four volumes of Charles Dickens novels, published by London Nonesuch Press (1937 First Editions), Retrospectus and Prospectus, American Notes, Dombey & Son, reprinted pieces, Edwin Drood and Christmas Stories, Great Expectations and Hard Times, collected papers in 2 volumes, letters in 3 volumes, David Copperfield, A Tale of Two Cities, Pickwick Papers, Bleak House, Martin Chuzzlewit, Our Mutual Friend, Sketches by Boz, Christmas Books, The Old Curiosity shop, Nicholas Nickleby, Barnaby Rudge, Little Dorrit and Oliver Twist, published under the editorial direction of Arthur Waugh, Hugh Walpole, Walter Dexter and Thomas Hatton (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 758

Two boxes of predominantly First Editions, to include the authors Terry Brooks, Brian Aldiss, P.D. James, Ian McEwan, etc. (+/- 50).

Sold for £20

Lot 759

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors Terry Prachett, Isaac Asimov, Ruth Rendell, etc. (+/- 50).

Sold for £10

Lot 760

Two boxes of predominantly first Edition novels, to include Raymond Feist, James Herbert, Ellis Peters, Douglas Reeman, etc. (+/- 50).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 761

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors Margaret Atwood, Frederick Forsyth, Stephen King, Ian Banks, David Gemmell, etc. (+/- 50).

Sold for £20

Lot 762

Two boxes of predominantly first Edition novels, to include the authors William Boyd, Stephen King, Nick Hornby, Simon Scarrow, etc. (+/- 60).

Sold for £90

Lot 763

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors Kingsley Amis, Philip Roth, Brian Aldiss, Douglas Reeman, etc. (+/- 50)

Sold for £20

Lot 764

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors John Gardner, Beryl Bainbridge, Arthur C. Clarke, Anne McCaffrey, etc. (+/- 50).

Sold for £20

Lot 765

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors David Lodge, P.D. James, Robert Heinlein, George McDonald Fraser, etc. (+/- 50).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 766

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors Gavin Maxwell, Dick Francis, Leslie Thomas, Taylor Caldwell, etc. (+/- 50).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 767

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors Alistair MacLean, Nicholas Monsarrat, Reginald Hill, Douglas Reeman, etc.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 768

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors Frederick Forsyth, Dean Koontz, Salman Rushdie, Ray Bradbury, etc.

Sold for £25

Lot 769

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors David Baldacci, Julian Stockwell, Alexander Kent, Dean Koontz, Anthony Burgess, etc. (+/- 50).

Sold for £20

Lot 770

Two boxes of predominantly First Edition novels, to include the authors David Gemmell, Carl Sagan, Frederick Pohl, Philip Jose Farmer, etc. (+/- 50).

Sold for £25

Lot 771

A box of late 19th//early 20th century illustrated children's books by G.A. Henty, to include Wulf the Saxon, The Dash for Khartoum, When London Burned, In The Hands of The Cave Dwellers, etc.

Sold for £120

Lot 772

Collected works of Rousseau, 30 volumes printed in 1782 and 3 volume supplement printed in 1789.

Sold for £220

Lot 773

Groves Dictionary of Music & Musicians, 1929 edition in 5 volumes, and a box of miscellaneous music books.

Sold for £10

Lot 774

A box of classics, published mostly in the 1920's and 30's, 51 titles in total, by Sir Walter Scott, Samuel Butler, Edward Thomas, James Joyce, etc.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 775

A box of 100 Observer books, some early editions, most with dust covers.

Sold for £80

Lot 776

Two boxes of science fiction and science fantasy books, to include Brian Jacques, Clive Barker, Raymond Feist, Michael Moorcock, Isaac Asimov, etc., (100+) hardback and softback books.

Sold for £25

Lot 777

Two boxes of science fiction and science fantasy hardback and paperback novels, to include Artemis Fowl, Terry Prachett, Douglas Adams, C.J. Cherryh, Frank Herbert, etc. (+/- 50).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 778

A box of 26 Folio Society books, 25 with slip cases, to include P.G. Woodhouse, The Natural History of Selborne, Three Men in A Boat, etc.

Sold for £10

Lot 779

Fifty five titles of Sir John Lubbock's 100 Book Series, printed circa 1898, to include The Adventures of Don Quixote, Robinson Crusoe, Wordsworth Poetical Works, Essays & Lays of Ancient Rome by Macauley, the Pickwick Papers, etc.

Sold for £20

Lot 780

Two boxes of antiquarian books, to include Temperance Review 1850, 1851, 1852, Ladies Treasury 1880, Studies in Nature (1788), Blackwood's magazines, etc.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 781

A box of 19 late Victorian and early Edwardian books with illustrated spines and covers, to include The Clyde by Neil Munroe, Birds of Britain by J. Lewis Bonhote published by Black (1917), Egypt by R. Talbot Kelly (1912), English Costume, painted and described by Dion Clayton Calthrop (1907), Edinburgh painted by John Fulleylove, described by Rosalind Masson, published by Adam Charles Black (1912), etc.

Sold for £20

Lot 782

Two boxes of mostly late 19th and early 20th century publications of the classics by Emily Bronte, Charles Dickens, Victor Hugho, James Lane Allen, etc. (80+).

Sold for £80

Lot 783

Two boxes of Victorian Edwardian and later publications of poetry, to include Tennyson, Jack Beeching, Iain Crichton Smith, Browning, Siegfried Sassoon, Longfellow, Edwin Muir, etc. (+/- 75).

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 784

A box of country sporting books, to include Deer, Hare & Otter Hunting, Lonsdale Library Volume 12, Foxhunting, Lonsdale Library Volume 7, Handley Cross by Surtees, Hugh Falcus Salmon Fishing, Modern Coarse Fishing by H.D. Turing, Shotgun Marksmanship by Percy Stanbury, etc. (25).

Sold for £90

Lot 785

A box of 37 predominantly First Edition mid 20th century novels, to include John Cowper, Ruth Rendell, H.E. Bates, Mary Stewart, T.S. Elliott, etc.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 786

Two boxes of late 19th/early 20th century classic publications, to include George Eliot, John Galsworthy, Aldous Huxley, Sir Walter Scott, A.P. Herbert, etc. (+/- 100).

Sold for £42

Lot 787

Two boxes of classic publications, mostly printed, early 20th century, to include Stanley Weyman, Sir Walter Scott, H.S. Merriman, Charles Dickens, etc. (+/- 80).

Sold for £20

Lot 788

Fifteen chess books, to include Conspiracy, Simple Themes, The Properties of Castling by Alan C. White, Chess & Chess Masters by Stahlberg, The Two Move Chess Problem in The Soviet Union 1923-1943, etc.

Sold for £170

Lot 789

A box of Scottish topography and history books, architecture and sport, to include the History of Curling by John Kerr, Architecture of Glasgow by Andor Gomme, A Fauna of The North West Highlands & Skye, etc. (25).

Sold for £15

Lot 790

Two boxes of Victorian and Edwardian children's books, mostly adventure stories with decorative covers, to include authors G.A. Henty, George Manville Fenn, S.R. Crockett, E. Nesbit, etc. (49).

Sold for £20

Lot 791

Two boxes of history books, The Girlhood of Queen Victoria, 2 volumes, Scenes & Characters of The Middle Ages by E.L. Cutts (1902), Life & voyages of Christopher Columbus by Washington Irving (1903), 4 volumes of Lives of The Engineers by Samuel Smiles (1874), Memoirs of The Verney Family During The Civil War by Frances Verney, 2 volumes (1892), etc. (42).

Sold for £10

Lot 792

A box of 28 naturalist books, to include Flowering Plants & Ferns, 2 volumes, published by Cambridge University Press (1897), Habitats & Characters of British Wild Animals by H. Mortimer Batten, New Naturalist Books on Life in Lakes & Rivers, Flowers of The Coast, Insect Natural History, British Plant Life, The Seashore, Mushrooms & Toadstools, A Natural History of Man in Britain, Man & The Land, etc.

Sold for £40

Lot 793

A collection of 45 books of Britain in pictures, to include British Hills & Mountains, British Merchant Adventures, Rebels & Reformers, British Mountaineers, British Medicine, English Inns, etc.

Sold for £40

Lot 794

A collection of 35 books of Britain in Pictures Series, to include English Villages, British Trade Unions, British Hospitals, The Story of Scotland, Early Britain, British Romantic Artists, etc.

Sold for £40

Lot 795

Eleven books about Australia, The Essential Maldon, Old Gold Mining Towns of Australia, Robe a Portrait of The Past, Historic Towns of Australia, Portrait of Adelaide, Historic Mount Gambier, A Sunburnt Country, Australian Gnomes, and 3 books on famous Australian artists.

Sold for £65

Lot 796

Two boxes of children's books, one box of Victorian and Edwardian books with illustrated covers by G. A Henty, Mark Twain, Charles Roberts, etc., an a box of mid 20th century children's books by L.M. Montogmery, Biggles books by W.E. Johns, A.P. Herbert, etc.

Sold for £20

Lot 797

A box of theology books, to include Yves Congar, I believe in The Holy Spirit, 3 volumes, A Matter of Hope by Nicholas Lash, booklets and pamphlets, mostly Victorian, and a collection of mostly 19th century bibles, etc.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 798

A collection of antiquarian publications, to include the 4 volume set An Arrangement of British Plants by William Withering (1818), the Works & Other Remains of Arch Bishop Leighton (1748), a letter to Sir William Wyndham (1753), Discourses Concerning The Government by Algernon Sidney (1750), Plutarch Lives (1749), The Works of Edmund Burke (1803), the Chronicles of Crime (1841), etc.

Sold for £20

Lot 799

A box of autographed books, to include the authors Kate Adie, Simon Scarrow, Arthur Bryant, Jeffrey Deaver, Edwina Curry, John Prescott, etc.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 800

A box of books by Rumer and Jon Godden, to include A Breath of Air, The Dragon of Og, Home is The Sailor, Five for Sorrow Ten for Joy, In This House of Brede, etc. (20).

Estimated: £30 - £50