antiques & fine art sale

27th - 29th November 2019

Lot 1200

A portable set of sheet metal pigeonholes, with hinged front with applied gilt label for Bramah & Co, Lock and Despatch Box Manufacturers, with carrying handles to the sides. 68 cm wide, 48 cm high, 33 cm deep.

Sold for £30

Lot 1201

A British 1908 pattern cavalry sword, with part fullered blade, the ricasso stamped proved, the hilt with engraved decoration with wire bound grip and cast leaf pommel with leather bound scabbard and frog, the blade 84 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 1202

An 1821 pattern Royal Artillery officers sword, with etched part fullered blade, the ricasso etched for SJ Pillin manufacturers Gerard Street London, with wire bound shagreen grip and with leather bound scabbard. The blade 82 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 1203

A German 1889 pattern cavalry sword, with quill pointed blade, a cocked grip and finger protrusion, the ricasso stamped Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co Solingen, with Bakelite grip, the hilt with Prussian crest and with leather material tassel, the ridge stamped W91, the scabbard stamped 9.U.5.61, the blade 81.8 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 1204

An Edward VII 1821 pattern heavy cavalry officers sword, with three quarter fullered and etched blade with ER monogram, the back stamped 4903, the ricasso etched by Appointment to the King, Hamburger Rogers & Co, 30 King Street, Covent Garden, London, with wire bound shagreen grip, pierced and engraved hilt, with leather scabbard, the blade 88 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 1205

A 1796 pattern heavy cavalry dress sword, with etched blade and folding hilt, with wire bound wood grip, with leather scabbard. 100 cm overall (currently fixed within its leather and brass scabbard).

Sold for £280

Lot 1206

Three albums of Great British stamps, first day covers, PHQ cards, circa 1960's through to 1980's.

Sold for £75

Lot 1207

A Victorian 1822 patterned officers sword, with unmarked 81.5 cm blade, the hilt with VR monogram (folding section missing), with wire bound shagreen grip, together with a stirrup hilted boarding type short sword, 19th century, the straight single fullered 58.5 cm blade with brass grip and hilt, the quillon with acorn finial, unmarked. 71 cm overall.

Sold for £70

Lot 1208

A heavy copper shallow pan, with wood handle and brass mount, together with a copper and brass electric kettle.

Sold for £10

Lot 1209

A Keswick School of Industrial Arts planished stainless steel presentation platter, with inscription "Presented by Threlkeld Hunt Committee 1973", factory number U526, together with a Keswick School of Industrial Art circular stainless steel dish, a Lakeland Art metalwork Staybrite planished bowl and four pieces of Lakeland Rural Industries Borrowdale hand beaten stainless steel wares. Widest 44 cm (6).

Sold for £65

Lot 1210

An Edwardian embossed brass coal receiver, with embossed dancing Putti between lion mask and ring handles, 27 cm high, together with a 19th century brass preserve pan, 32 cm diameter.

Sold for £20

Lot 1211

A pair of JS Fry & Sons Ltd. novelty post boxes, a Chad Valley Treasure Island money box, and a novelty 5p money box.

Sold for £20

Lot 1212

James Wyld, Geographer to Her Majesty, "Allerdale below Derwent Ward", a large canvas backed folding map of West Newton, 19th century, with outer sleeve case, when opened 69 cm x 204 cm, when closed 17.5 cm x 13 cm, the outer ends with marbled boards (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 1213

An Edwardian planished copper fire screen, with wrought iron handle and legs with a brass wreath to the centre. 72.5 cm high, 43.5 cm wide, together with a early 19th century brass and copper warming pan with turned handle and a brass helmet coal receiver.

Lot 1214

A Victorian Arts & Crafts boat shape copper log bin, with wrought iron handle and scrolling feet. 46 cm wide, 332 cm high excluding handle, 31 cm deep (see illustration).

Sold for £85

Lot 1215

A large 19th century copper cream pan with two loop handles, 45 cm diameter, a 19th century brass preserve pan and two small copper two handled dishes.

Sold for £35

Lot 1216

A Smith's tabletop terrestrial globe, 19th century, showing all the most recent discoveries, George Philip and Son Ltd, The London Geographical Institute, 32 Fleet Street, London EC, with zodiac platform and supported upon ebonised turned legs united by turned stretchers. 68.5 cm high, 43.5 cm diameter (see illustration).

Sold for £880

Lot 1217

A Victorian turned wood hat stretcher on later stand, a Victorian top section of a hat stretcher and a horseshoe shaped ladies hat box.

Lot 1218

A large specimen sample of hematite (kidney stone), 31 cm wide, 15 cm high.

Sold for £75

Lot 1219

An early 18th century carved wood panel with carved initials TR dated 1718, now mounted in a stool and an Arts and Crafts carved wood fire screen panel, late 19th century, with foliate scrolling decoration with berries. Height 77 cm, width 48 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1220

A 19th century maritime woolwork, sailing under a British flag approaching the coast in a maple frame. 35 cm x 47 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £290

Lot 1221

A new map of Amsterdam engraved on canvas "Nouveau Plan D'Amsterdam 1857", after Willem Cornelis Van Baarsel and Petrus Nicolai Tuyn. 42 cm x 52 cm.

Lot 1222

A Victorian "Diagram of Dispensations" after T Grey 1871, hand coloured, 46.5 cm x 57 cm.

Lot 1223

A Victorian candle lamp, with sprung interior, having a plain glass column with foliate capital, the embossed base with foliage and rococo scrolls upon a hexagonal foot. Height 45 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1224

Seutter. Regio Canaan seu Terra Promissionis, early 18th century hand coloured engraved map, with large vignette of Christ driving out evil spirits, top left, map of the Exodus with Moses holding the tablets lower right. 50 cm x 57.5 cm, together with an 18th century map by Isaak Tirion "The Provenance of Gelderland", engraved by J Keizer, 1740. 35 cm x 39.5 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1225

A 17th century map of Ireland, attributed to A M Mallet (1630-1706), "Isle D Irland", hand tinted. 15.5 cm x 10 cm, a John Cary hand tinted engraved map of Cumberland, originally published 1793. 26 cm x 21 cm and a hand tinted engraved map of Prussia, engraved by Sidney Hall, published 1817 by Constable and Co Edinburgh, 21.5 cm x 27 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 1226

Laurie & Whittle's "New Map of London with its Environs & c." including the recent improvements, hand coloured folding map laid onto canvas, published 13th July 1813, mounted in an oak and glazed frame. 58 cm x 77.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 1227

A hand coloured map of The United States of America, 20th century, London Atlas Series, published Edward Stanford Limited, London, glazed and framed image 45.5 cm x 61.5 cm, together with a triple A aerial base map of Brook Hill Farm, given to Washington University and two black and white photographs (framed as one) of Rockefeller Center Roof Studio, each image 18 cm x 72 cm (3).

Lot 1228

A large 19th century copper spirit kettle and stand, with turned wood handle, the squat body housing a heated component and removable liner with label for Sibbald and Son Edinburgh, the stand with turned wood handles and scrolling feet. Overall height 36 cm.

Lot 1229

A quantity of French and English pewter, to include a plate stamped Boulanger, an oval dish with touch marks for Oudart Lille, a Liberty & Co planished pedestal dish numbered 01354, Goldsmiths and Silversmith four piece tea set, Abbey pewter chocolate pots and sugar bowl, assorted tankards, jugs etc.

Sold for £20

Lot 1230

Fiore de Henriquez (Italian/British 1921-2004), stylised bronze bust, mounted on a wood plinth. Overall width 28 cm, height 41 cm, signed and dated 75. NOTE - Her debut exhibition held in Florence 1947 and following her move to Britain she exhibited at The Royal Academy in 1950. She produced work to commemorate The Festival of Britain and spent many years touring North America working and lecturing. One of her biggest achievements was a restoration of the abandoned Italian settlement of Peralta. In 1968 she began restoring the village with the local and surrounding inhabitants supplying all parts and labour. Peralta became a well known retreat for artists (see illustration).

Sold for £60

Lot 1231

A modern table lamp, simulating planished brass upon a faux bamboo stand, height excluding fittings 34 cm.

Lot 1232

Keswick School of Industrial Art, four pieces of Firth Staybrite hand beaten stainless steel, comprising an oval tray, a small rectangular tray with turned wood feet, a fruit bowl with embossed floral centre and an oval dish on short legs, all with struck marks to the underside. The tray 46 cm wide.

Lot 1233

A collection of Keswick School Industrial Art Firth Staybrite, comprising cake slice, a tea caddy spoon, a letter rack, a triangular dish, three coasters and four small hand beaten bowls.

Lot 1234

A ladies Aquascutum full length beige coat, with checked lining, size Reg. 42.

Sold for £30

Lot 1235

A ladies Burberrys beige summer jacket, and a trademark Burberrys scarf. Jacket Reg. 12.

Sold for £40

Lot 1236

A ladies evening clutch bag by "Mawson Bag", the tan leather body with fitted interior with watered silk effect and with additional vanity mirror and purse, 30.5 cm long, and a set of Janet Reger vintage lingerie, comprising bra, bodice, suspender belt, knickers and petticoat, each piece with lacy borders (unworn).

Sold for £140

Lot 1237

A carved ivory miniature ashanti stool, width 5.5 cm, two turned and carved ivory salt and pepper pots, all circa 1900. Salt pot height 3.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 1238

A red serpentine paperweight, 19th century, with traces of green marmalite, the egg formed from serpentine marble with steatite, a hand inscribed label verso dated September 1873. 12 cm x 8 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 1239

An Art Nouveau brass adjustable table lamp with cranberry glass shade, with applied and cast leaf and berry decoration. Height 25.5 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 1240

A World War II period General Electric EU. Aerospace US Navy tachometer MkV, together with a cockpit three in one temperature, oil and fuel gauge, a Pye detector Q & I ATP/ballistic galvanometer dated 1941 and a aircraft control lever (4).

Sold for £170

Lot 1241

An American patinated spelter novelty money box, mid 20th century, modelled as a native American advertising the National Shawmut Bank of Boston. Height 17 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1242

A pair of 19th century leg irons.

Sold for £20

Lot 1243

A German World War II bayonet, the ricasso with unusual markings, with wood grip, metal scabbard, the blade 25 cm, together with a No. 4 MkII spike bayonet scabbard, together with a World War II period canvas rifle sleeve, the interior dated 1942 and stencilled US 45 (3).

Sold for £70

Lot 1244

A World War II fighter cockpit clock, with luminous white hands, a further set of red hands, luminous numerals, the dial stamped "One day, Mk11a, 653/44 and 6A/10", the rear plate marked AM, dial diameter 5.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £50

Lot 1245

A pair of carved Cornish bellows, early 20th century, carved with a rose with applied label verso embossed "Designed and Carved by Harry Tonkin Gorran, Cornwall". 38 cm.

Lot 1246

A Lucas "Calcia Major" nickel finish carbide motorcycle headlamp, with faceted green prisms to the sides. Height 17 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 1247

A tribal African bow, late 19th/early 20th century, with leather bound grip fixed by round headed studs and each end with carved horn tip. 179 cm, together with a tribal African spear. 164 cm.

Lot 1248

A socket bayonet, late 19th century, the ricasso struck WD,/89 blade 55 cm, together with a Gurkha Kukri, the wood handle with brass bindings, the blade 43.8 cm, together with a 9 MK 1 bayonet, the blade 20 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 1249

A 19th century spadroon, having a single fullered blade, the ricasso engraved with a palm tree trunk with traces of gilding, having a pierced steel scale pattern hilt with ivory grip and ball pommel with squat finial, the blade 85 cm, together with a 19th century Indian Tolwar, the fullered curved blade with pointed quillons and disc pommel, the blade 78.5 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 1250

A pressed gilt brass dressing table mirror, with panels of figures and musical trophies surrounded by paste set flowers, with bevelled mirror glass upon an easel support. 20 cm high, 16 cm wide.

Sold for £100

Lot 1251

A French gilded metal and champleve enamel table light, late 19th century, modelled as a champleve crown held aloft by two winged cherubs upon a foliate base. Height including light fitting 38.5 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 1252

A 19th century tortoiseshell and gold metal mounted snuffbox, of oval form, the lid inset with a gold fox. 6.5 cm diameter.

Sold for £180

Lot 1253

A 19th century Swiss mechanical music box, playing four airs, the drum 15.5 cm, all within an inlaid rosewood case. 32.5 cm wide, 20 cm high, 14.5 cm deep.

Lot 1254

After Clovis Edmund Masson (French 1838-1913), a bronze and marble figure of a mouse nibbling a cheese, signed to the base, upon a polished marble plinth, the figure excluding marble base 8.5 cm long, 7.5 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 1255

A 19th century cast metal oil lamp, decorated with cherubs with griffin scroll handles together with a Victorian oil lamp with blue glass honeycomb reservoir upon a cast metal base. Height excluding chimneys 30.5 cm and 27 cm respectively.

Sold for £70

Lot 1256

After E Picault, "Victoria", a gilded spelter table lamp, early 20th century, 76 cm high.

Sold for £70

Lot 1257

A W Watson & Sons lacquered brass monocular microscope, early 20th century, on japanned stand, with adjustable platform, stamped verso "W Watson & Sons Ltd., 313 High Holborn, London" and numbered "14568", in fitted mahogany case, with 2 eyepieces and 3 further lenses, case with label for "Millicin & Lawley, 165 Strand, London WC". Height 31.5 cm, case height excluding handle 33 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 1258

A Corton brass trumpet, the keys inset with mother of pearl, in fitted case.

Sold for £30

Lot 1259

After W Theed, sculpture, London 1867, a plaster cast bust of William Walter, Fifth Earl of Dartmouth. 42 cm high.

Sold for £32

Lot 1260

Alfred Wainwright (1907-1991), eight maps of the County of Westmorland 1974, six loose, two card mounted, and an antiquarian map of Cumbria. ARR

Sold for £38

Lot 1261

A German carved wood Noah's ark, circa 1900, with fall front and small hinged door housing 6 figures, 75 pairs of hand carved and painted animals and 5 single animals. Ark length 75 cm, height 36.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £520

Lot 1262

Military Interest - A cast metal profile of Adolf Hitler, height 17.5 cm, by repute taken by the vendors uncle after the liberation of Belsen concentration camp, and a Nazi cloth pennant, width 23 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 1263

Two Asian World War Two period steel helmets, British Victory and Defence Medals, Royal Air Force embroidered patch, printed Gibraltar arm patch, RAF cap badge and two further lapel pins, Gurkha Kukri knife and Indian short dagger.

Sold for £48

Lot 1264

A Fairbairn Sykes world War Two Commando fighting knife, Mark III, with painted alloy ribbed handle, the pommel cast with No. 3, in original leather and metal tipped scabbard. Blade 17.3 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 1265

A World War Two period Fairbairn Sykes fighting knife, the blade stamped William Rodgers "I Cut my Way", with leather grip and in original leather scabbard. Blade 15 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 1266

A large pair of carriage type brass hall lantern type fittings, three branch and with wall bracket support. Overall height 114 cm, width +/- 31 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1267

An Edwardian Adam style serpentine fronted fender, pierced. Internal length 151 cm, return depth 15.5 cm internally.

Sold for £110

Lot 1268

A vintage projector, now converted to a table lamp and raised on a wooden base. Height to light fitting top 60 cm.

Lot 1269

A Victorian copper helmet coal scuttle, with loop handle.

Sold for £70

Lot 1270

A Victorian embossed copper coal scuttle, with loop carrying handle (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 1271

A pair of glass and brass table lamps, obelisk form. Height to top of light fitting 62 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 1272

A pair of internally painted glass and brass table lamps. Height to top of light fitting 72 cm.

Lot 1273

An Art Nouveau brass and iron fender. Internal length 121 cm, internal depth 31 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 1274

A lead and stained glass rectangular panel, circa 1920. 90 cm x 62 cm.

Sold for £95

Lot 1275

Three arched stained glass and lead panels, held within a white painted casement frame. 92 cm x 50.5 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 1276

A brass Vesta case embossed with a vintage motorcar, and another in the form of a beetle.

Sold for £140

Lot 1277

A vintage French enamelled brandy bottle sign, Castillon. Height 45 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 1278

An Art Deco style metal figural table lamp, with green iridescent glass shades. Height 49 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 1279

A French satin glass oil lamp, late 19th century, with satin glass and honeycomb moulded shade and reservoir on an alabaster and champleve enamel stem and base. Height excluding chimney 47 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 1280

A 19th century French green glass oil lamp, with wavy frill shade with enamel floral decoration with gilt ribbons above the facet cut reservoir in turn above a polished marble stem with brass capital and square foot. Height excluding chimney 43 cm.

Sold for £95

Lot 1281

Militaria - Great War Victory and British War Medals, awarded to 3335 Pte. G.H. Davidson. Bord. R., a George VI General Service Medal with bar for Palestine 1945-1948 awarded to 19078370 Sgt. G.M. Davidson. R.A.E.C., with ribbons and a quantity of cap badges, to include Border Regiment, Tyneside Scottish, Tyneside Irish, Gloucestershire and others.

Sold for £110

Lot 1282

A Minox digital classic camera, Leica M3 2.1, with original box, lead and instructions.

Sold for £50

Lot 1283

A pair of red serpentine and cast metal mounted Classical style table lamps, each on a square base. Height 39.5 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1284

A 19th century oak and copper bound coal bucket, with tin liner and tubular copper handle and an Arts & Crafts style hexagonal copper and brass planter, with lion mask handles. Coal bucket 38 cm diameter, 28.5 cm high, planter 19.5 cm high, 20 cm diameter.

Sold for £42

Lot 1285

An Italian cast metal figure of a Medieval knight by Oggetti D'Arte Vasari, standing on a square stepped onyx base with metal mounts. Height 23 cm.

Lot 1286

A 19th century cast iron fire back, relief moulded with a vase. Height 52 cm, width 54 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 1287

A small Scandinavian oval box, a marquetry figural panel, circular snuffbox, folding pipe rack and oval frame. Pipe rack length 34 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1288

Two antique brass candlesticks, with faceted columns and stepped bases. Height 15 cm.

Lot 1289

A Continental spoon, a sword letter opener, crucifix, cigar cutter, etc.

Sold for £55

Lot 1290

A wooden box carved with the emblem of The Royal Fusiliers, containing a quantity of badges, including Red Cross, British Legion, etc.

Sold for £28

Lot 1291

A Nepalese bronze bowl, diameter 22 cm and a large calligraphy pen.

Lot 1292

An early 20th century Albion Truck radiator and grille, the grille painted red beneath the cast Albion sunburst trademark. 97.5 cm high, 65.5 cm wide.

Sold for £20

Lot 1293

A collection of 19th century brass door furniture, to include door handles, letter box and door knockers and two bell pulls.

Sold for £20

Lot 1294

A scratch built motorcar, powered by a Douglas engine, to replicate a vintage motor vehicle (see illustration).

Sold for £1200

Lot 1295

A scratch built motorised tricycle, principally early 20th century, with Lucas carbide front and rear lights, with heavy duty Olympic sprung saddle, with leather tool wallet attached (see illustration).

Sold for £680

Lot 1296

A Heath & Co. of London "Husun" sextant, No. S169, with brass arc with silvered dial, in a fitted case with accessories, the interior lid with applied printed label and dated for 6/2/47, the case with applied ivorine label for "Bell Pattern Mark III Sextant", with outer canvas cover (see illustration).

Sold for £170

Lot 1297

Two brass fenders, 19th/20th century, one with applied cast corners, internal measurements 101.5 cm wide, 30 cm deep, the other with raised beaded decoration, internal measurement 121 cm wide, 30 cm deep.

Lot 1298

A Jupiter brass flugle horn, SFH-746, all within a Jupiter Wind Instruments fitted and padded hard shell travel case and with two mouth pieces, length excluding mouthpiece 44.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £70

Lot 1299

A brass euphonium engraved for C Giant, +/- 56 cm long with mouthpiece, contained within a fitted C Giant hard shell travel case (see illustration).

Sold for £60

Lot 1300

A brass baritone horn by Roy Benson, the horn with engraved name, +/- 74 cm long, with nickel plated mounts, with mouthpiece in fitted travel case (see illustration).

Sold for £95

Lot 1301

A good 19th century snuffbox, in the form of a hand taking a pinch of snuff (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 1302

A large wooden bird cage, raised on a carved stand. Width 69 cm, height including stand 172 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 1303

A malachite book form box, containing a quantity of mineral specimens. 29 cm x 18 cm.

Sold for £1050

Lot 1304

A late 19th/early 20th century rise and fall brass light fitting, recently refurbished and rewired. Diameter 47.5 cm.

Lot 1305

Three R&H Jefferson Wine & Spirit Merchants of Whitehaven graduated stoneware jars, each with cork stopper. Tallest 50 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1306

A bottle of "The Old Blend Whisky of the White Horse Cellar", bottled 1940, Number 3119009, level to the bottom of the foil cap, and with small label verso (see illustration).

Lot 1307

Two Art Deco period stained glass windows, one depicting a yacht the other clouds, each within original painted window frame. Glass 70.5 x 50 cm and 27 cm x 49.5 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 1308

A French violin labelled Jean-Baptiste Colin 1897, paper label to interior, with two piece flamed maple back and well matched ribs, back length 350 mm, with unmarked bow in faux leather case (see illustration).

Sold for £750

Lot 1309

A pair of French bookends, spelter dog masks, spaniel and companion, one stamped "Lecourtier". Height 21 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £95

Lot 1310

A micro mosaic pocket watch stand, of horseshoe shape with easel back, early 20th century. Height 14.5 cm, aperture diameter 54 mm (see illustration).

Lot 1311

A bronze tribal figure of a hunter standing on the back of a mythical creature. Height including paddle 18.5 cm.

Lot 1312

An early 20th century Indian carved ivory cylindrical pot, decorated with Ganesh and other deities and allover foliate carved. Height 15 cm.

Lot 1313

An Art Deco style metal table lamp, raised on a marble base. Height including shade 68 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 1314

Jim Hare 1998, carved wooden sculpture "Dance of Eternal Spring", bearing plaque to the rear "The wood of this carving was part of an old elm which grew on Ellisland Farm, home of Robert Burns". Height 117 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 1315

A Victorian brass stick stand, six apertures and with cast iron base. Width 34 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 1316

A 19th century oak spinning wheel, of good colour and patination.

Lot 1317

A violin, with no interior label. Length of back 14", with bow and in case, the bow stamped "Vuillaume a Paris" (see illustration).

Sold for £50

Lot 1317A

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

Sold for £980

Lot 1318

A French nickel plated porte jupe (skirt lifter), stamped "L&D Depose", on suspension loop. Height excluding loop 8.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 1319

A brass Trench Art tank, inscribed "Rouen 1919", with removable turret, on hexagonal wood plinth. 14.5 long.

Sold for £22

Lot 1320

A collection of predominantly Cumbrian postcards and photographs, late 19th and early 20th century, including ship building, mining, transport (ships, trains, buses), plastics factory in Maryport, railway stations, etc.

Sold for £260

Lot 1321

A Sotheby's catalogue "Howard Hodgkin Portrait of the Artist", October 2017.

Sold for £20

Lot 1322

A collection of 19th century Carlisle Theatre publicity fliers.

Sold for £40

Lot 1323

A Victorian Pollocks Theatre, tabletop, with variety of greens, characters and scenes on card and with various backdrops. Stage width 31 cm, height 35 cm, depth 36 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £70

Lot 1324

A late 19th century French clock garniture, bearing plaque "Tiberghien Freres a Mme Marie Catteau", with enamel dial, two-train striking movement, metal mounts and marble base. Clock height 34 cm, width 20.5 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1325

A late 19th century French gilt metal mantle clock, with Sevres style porcelain panels and two-train movement striking on a bell. Height 34 cm, width 24 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 1326

A late Victorian Vienna style regulator wall clock, with two-train striking movement. Width 31 cm, height 76 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 1327

A 19th century Swiss musical box, with 13" comb, playing eight airs and with inlaid mahogany case. Length 57 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £380

Lot 1328

A 19th century inlaid mahogany banjo barometer, by Lombardini, London. Height 97 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £75

Lot 1329

An early 19th century mahogany framed dressing table mirror, the base fitted with two drawers and raised on short bun feet. Width 59 cm.

Lot 1330

An early 19th century Regency mahogany and brass inlaid bracket clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals inscribed Jackson, Brompton, with double fusee movement chiming on a bell, with repeating action, with brass ring handles to the sides above pierced brass grilles and all supported on brass ball feet. Width 29.5 cm, height 44.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £780

Lot 1331

A late 19th century oak cased bracket clock, the arched silvered dial with engraved decoration with Roman numerals and strike silent and regulating subsidiary dials, with twin fusee eight day movement chiming on a gong, the sides with fretwork panel. 31 cm wide, 40.5 cm high (see illustration).

Lot 1332

A Victorian walnut veneered and brass mounted dome top box, with raised stud work decoration, with vacant interior and purple silk lined lid. 23 cm wide, 16 cm high.

Lot 1333

A late 19th century French gilt spelter and Paris porcelain mounted mantle clock, surmounted by lovebirds amongst blossoms in turn above a portrait of a lady on porcelain panel framed by bellflower swags, the eight day Henri Marc movement chiming on a bell. Height 45.5 cm.

Sold for £320

Lot 1334

A 19th century rosewood book trough, with fretwork galleried sides and raised on short bracket feet. Width 38 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 1335

A large George III mahogany knife box, with original fitted interior and with serpentine front. Width 26 cm.

Lot 1336

A George III inlaid mahogany candle box, with fretwork hanger. Height 44.5 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 1337

A 19th century mahogany dressing table mirror, with bowfronted base fitted with three drawers and raised on bracket feet. Width 52.5 cm.

Lot 1338

A Regency mahogany small tabletop bookcase, with three open shelves, rounded corners and columns and raised on brass bun feet. Width 35.5 cm, height 57 cm, depth 26 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £150

Lot 1339

An early 19th century rosewood inlaid mother of pearl banjo barometer, by D. McGregor, Greenock and Glasgow. Height 100 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 1340

A 19th century mahogany and sadeli work portable writing slope, the interior with lidded compartments and drawers in typical sadeli work style, the sides with brass carrying handles. Width 38.5 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1341

A Regency burrwood tea caddy, the well figured top with boxwood stringing opening to two plush lined compartments with mahogany lids and boxwood and ebony stringing with turned ivory handles. Width 22.5 cm, height 12.5 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 1342

An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid oval drinks tray, inlaid with coloured woods around a central medallion, with brass carrying handles. Diameter 70 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 1343

A French boulle style mantle clock, late 19th century, with rococo style gilt metal mounts, the gilt dial with enamel numerals. Height 23.5 cm.

Lot 1344

A 19th century Venetian glass mirror, in the shape of a mandolin, with old inventory label to rear. Height 86 cm, width 38 cm (max).

Lot 1345

A Victorian rosewood tea caddy, a mahogany veneered tea caddy and two Victorian walnut veneered jewellery boxes. Widest 25 cm.

Sold for £32

Lot 1346

A 19th century Scottish mahogany apprentice piece chest of drawers, each drawer with cockbeading and turned wood handles, flanked by turned columns, all upon a plinth base with turned feet. Width 44 cm, height 54 cm, depth 25.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 1347

A good 19th century chinoiserie decorated papier mache and lacquered tray, with raised sides and decorated in typical chinoiserie style with European and oriental figures framed by pagodas, willow trees and rock work, on a folding stand. Width 82 cm, depth 60 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £360

Lot 1348

A pair of Edwardian carved and turned mahogany candlesticks, having a carved knopped stem upon a wide circular base (fitted for electricity). Height 40.5 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 1349

A 19th century coopered oak bucket, with hollow brass bale handle. Height 40 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 1350

A Georgian mahogany serpentine fronted toilet mirror, the oval glass and shaped supports above a serpentine base with three drawers, all upon short bracket feet. Width 36 cm, height 51 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 1351

A George III mahogany toilet mirror, the shaped mirror between two reeded supports with urn finials above a bow front base with crossbanding and boxwood stringing, all upon turned ivory ball feet. 53.5 cm wide, 61 cm high (see illustration).

Lot 1352

A George III mahogany toilet mirror, the rectangular mirror between two reeded supports with ball finials, the base with three drawers with brass handles upon short bracket feet. 46 cm wide, 61 cm high.

Lot 1353

A George III mahogany fretwork wall mirror, fretwork head and foot and original mirror glass, height 104 cm, width 56.5 cm.

Lot 1354

An early 20th century gilt and painted wall mirror, with foliate and ribbon pediment to the moulded frame, decorated with flowering roses, height 121 cm, width 85 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 1355

A pair of George III Sheraton period knife urns, of faceted form inlaid with bellflower, each urn with slender boxwood and ebony strung supports and raised on stepped bases, height 72 cm, width 27.5 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1356

A Georgian carved giltwood framed mirror, in the rococo style. Height 94 cm, width 63 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1357

A large early 19th century mahogany banjo barometer, by Biola, Norwich. Height 112 cm.

Lot 1358

An early 20th century brass anniversary clock, beneath a glass dome and upon a raised circular base, height 31.5 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 1359

An Edwardian brass cased alarm carriage clock. Height excluding carrying handle 10 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 1360

A Vienna style regulator wall clock, two train spring driven movement, height 90 cm, width 36.5 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 1361

A 19th century Italian giltwood and gesso standing cherub, raised on a wooden base, with table lamp fitting. Height excluding light fitting 78 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 1362

A Victorian gilded spelter mantle clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and eight day Japy Freres movement, chiming on a bell, the case with rustic figures with baskets of flowers all upon a rococo style base. Height 35 cm, width 32 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 1363

A late Victorian carved oak barometer, with milk glass thermometer, 65 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 1364

A George III mahogany toilet mirror, the rectangular bevelled glass within reeded supports with vase finials above two short drawers with ebonised stringing and turned handles all upon ball feet. Width 56 cm, height 60 cm.

Sold for £22

Lot 1365

A George III style walnut veneered fretwork wall mirror, early 20th century, the shaped pediment with bird silhouettes above the rectangular glass with moulded edge. 66.5 cm high, 37 cm wide.

Lot 1366

A 19th century mahogany inlaid and oval drinks tray, the inlaid centre decorated with a basket of fruit with bell flower swags and having a boxwood and satinwood and crossbanded border with wavy gallery and brass handles. Diameter 66.5 cm, depth 51 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 1367

A George III style mahogany and fretwork wall mirror, 19th century, with gilt Ho-ho bird flanked by scrolls above the rectangular glass with moulded borders, the apron with inlaid conch shell decoration. 95.5 cm wide, 80 cm high.

Sold for £40

Lot 1368

An early 20th century walnut sliding book trough, internal measurements 38.5 cm closed, 63 cm fully extended.

Sold for £30

Lot 1369

A Regency mahogany and brass bracket clock, the enamelled dial with Roman numerals inscribed for W Blanchard, Hull, with eight day two train fusee movement chiming on a bell, with gilt brass pineapple finial, ring handles with embossed back plates and pierced side grilles, all upon gilt ball feet. Height 51 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £920

Lot 1370

A French gilt metal and porcelain mounted clock garniture, late 19th century, the porcelain dial with single train movement and flanked to either side by gilt metal and porcelain vases. Height 36 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1371

An early 19th century papier mache oval tray, with gilt medallion to centre and gilded borders, the underside marked with a sphinx and initials "J III SS" with through arrow. Diameter 72.5 cm.

Lot 1372

A 19th century gilt brass four glass mantle clock, with brocot escapement, the eight day movement chiming on a gong. width 17 cm, height 30.5 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1373

A George III carved oak table box, the top carved with stylised Prince of Wales plumes, the interior with a small candle box, with side carrying handles, all on a plinth base. 38 cm wide, 17 cm high, 23 cm deep.

Sold for £75

Lot 1374

A small Victorian mahogany stool, and a metal and mahogany desk tidy. Desk tidy length 39 cm.

Lot 1375

A French walnut cased drumhead mantle clock, with single-train movement, key wind. Height 17 cm, width 15.5 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 1376

A pair of 19th century wooden and leather bellows, carved with an owl. Length 68 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 1377

A late Victorian Betjeman's Patent "The Tantalus", with silver plated mounts, oak, and with three cut glass decanters. Width 36.5 cm.

Lot 1378

A Regency mahogany and brass inlaid single fusee clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, with single-train fusee movement, with applied foliate scroll swans neck pediment and all supported on squat turned bun feet. Height 34.5 cm (see illustration).

Lot 1379

A good late Victorian carved mahogany double fusee bracket clock, the slightly bowed silvered dial engraved with Roman numerals and black enamel, with two-train fusee movement chiming on a gong, the case finely carved with foliate scrolls and all supported on squat gilt metal feet. Height 35.5 cm. NOTE - A handwritten note to the interior inscribed "This clock was the property of Lord Nuffield's parents, Mr & Mrs Morris and was left to their daughter Miss Morris Lord Nuffield's sister who was resident at the convent in East Grinstead, she gave it to her chauffeur because the sisters considered its striking too loud" (see illustration).

Lot 1380

A gilt metal Cartel clock, late 19th century, the enamelled dial with Roman numerals and gilt embossed centre, with eight day Vincenti movement chiming on a bell, the ornate case with urns, scrolls, finials and foliage. 56 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 1381

A large Victorian black slate mantle clock, of architectural form, with inset malachite panels, the enamelled dial with brocot escapement and with eight day movement chiming on a bell.

Sold for £70

Lot 1382

A George III mahogany fretwork wall mirror, with bevelled glass and gilt slip. Height 97 cm, width 47 cm.

Lot 1383

An early 20th century French carriage clock, with silvered dial and Roman numerals, two train striking on a gong and with repeat mechanism. Height excluding carrying handle 13 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 1384

A George III mahogany tea caddy, boxwood and ebony strung. Width 26 cm.

Sold for £32

Lot 1385

A 19th century inlaid mahogany dressing table mirror, with rectangular breakfront, frieze drawer and bun feet. Width 49.5 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1386

A George III style fretwork wall mirror, with ho-ho bird mount. Width 50 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 1387

A 19th century mahogany framed dressing table mirror, with easel back and raised on short turned front legs. Width 57 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 1388

A late Victorian/Edwardian Florentine gilt framed mirror. Height 54 cm, width 44 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 1389

A brass Palladian Congreve rolling ball timepiece, 20th century, by Rodney Jackson of Chronos, made to private commission, with a silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals within a gold plated brass case on a stepped marble base and mahogany plinth with drawer, all beneath a glass and brass display case and with a further protective wooden outer case, with associated paperwork and certificates. Height 36 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1200

Lot 1390

A National Time Recorder Co. clocking-in clock. Width 34 cm, height 98 cm.

Lot 1391

A Victorian walnut brass bound tea caddy, with blue Jasperware plaque to lid, two interior compartments. Width 23 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 1392

A pair of leather bedside cabinets modelled as trunks, brass bound and studded, each fitted with two drawers and carrying handle to either side. Height 64 cm, width 64 cm, depth 47 cm.

Sold for £700

Lot 1393

A Victorian mahogany coat stand, with urn finial above a revolving top with brass scroll hooks, the reeded column with further brass hooks upon a circular base raised upon claw and ball feet. 193.5 cm high.

Sold for £350

Lot 1394

An oak dresser base, three drawers over panelled cupboards and raised on stile feet. Width 166 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 1395

A set of two carver arm and six single oak Yorkshire style dining chairs, with solid seats and turned front legs.

Sold for £480

Lot 1396

An oak double gate legged dining table. 176 cm x 174 cm open.

Sold for £350

Lot 1397

A Regency mahogany chiffonier, with shelved upper section, three quarter blind gallery above graduated shelves with lyre shaped supports, the base with pierced brass grille doors with ebony stringing flanked to either side by cast brass mounted Egyptian figural monopodia and with plinth base beneath. Width 120.5 cm, height 188.5 cm, depth 33.5 cm.

Sold for £1800

Lot 1398

A quartetto of mahogany tables, rectangular, with ring turned supports.

Sold for £80