Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors Items. Saturday 11th October 2014 At 10am

Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items Saturday 11th October 2014 At 10am DISCOVER THE MENDIP AUCTION ROOMS professional standards | global...
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Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items

Saturday 11th October 2014 At 10am

DISCOVER THE MENDIP AUCTION ROOMS professional standards | global reach | friendly approach | excellent facilities | local knowledge

Monthly sales of Antiques, Fine Art and Collectables Monthly General Sales of Victorian and Later Effects ♦ Convenient Location ♦ Professional, experienced valuation advice ♦ Easy Collections/Deliveries ♦ Café/bistro, bar and other shops on site ♦ Free Home Visits ♦ RICS Regulated ♦ Secure premises & insurance ♦ Marketing to the world through live televised internet bidding ♦ Professional valuations undertaken for all purposes ♦ House Clearances arranged

Rookery Farm, Binegar, Somerset. BA3 4UL. Open 10 - 5

t. 01749 840770.

Monday - Friday

e. [email protected]

Sale of Antique Furniture, Silver, Lot 198 Estimate £400 - £500

Jewellery, Ceramics, Glassware, Pictures & Miscellanea

Lot 67 Estimate £300 - £500

Lot 239B Estimate £800 -£1200

Saturday 11th October 2014 at 10am

Lot 264 Estimate £200 - £300

On view at the salerooms Thursday 9th October 10am – 6pm Friday 10th October 10am – 7pm Lot 298 Estimate £300 - £500

Lot 247 Estimate £250 - £350

Morning of sale from 8.30am

Visit to see colour images of every lot in this sale Lot 426 Estimate £200 - £300

Lot 270 Estimate £200 - £300 Cover illustration: Lot 452

Lot 449 Estimate £150 - £250

Lot 452 Estimate £500 - £800

Lot 463 Estimate £150 - £250

Lot 365 Estimate £150 - £250


Gareth Wasp


Fine Arts Valuer/Auctioneer

Tom established Killens in 2008 and has over 25 years experience in undertaking auctions and providing advice on a range of matters throughout the West Country.

Gareth has worked in 7 auction houses including at Sothebys and Bonhams in London. Gareth brings a wealth of experience and knowledge and has been involved in all aspects of valuation and auction houses.

Jake Smith BSc (Hons) Auctioneer Jake has a degree in Rural Land Management and has a full understanding of rural issues and, in addition to selling at the auction rooms, specialises in the delivery of professional services.

Jon Burls Saleroom Manager Rachael Boothroyd Saleroom Administrator Taryn Stephenson Accounts Fiona Lyons Accounts Bruce Ridge Porter


Information for Buyers and Conditions of Sale Buyers are referred to the Information for Buyers and to the Conditions of Sale at the back of this catalogue.


Bidding Bidding by numbers will be used during this sale, all intending bidders must therefore register their name, address and telephone number with the Auctioneers prior to the commencement of sale. Proof of identity may be required.


Buyer’s Premium & Artists Resale Rights A Buyer’s Premium of 15% plus VAT will be charged on the hammer price. Artists Resale Right Royalties may be payable on items of art selling in excess of €1000. Contact the auctioneers for further details or see the attached Conditions of Sale.


VAT Those items marked with a notice stating that VAT is payable will be subject to VAT at 20% on both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium. All items will be sold under the VAT Margin Scheme unless otherwise indicated.


Payment We accept payments by cash, cheque, credit card, debit card or bank transfer. Payments by cheque must be supported by a cheque guarantee card and be made payable to “Killens”. Payments by credit card incur a handling charge of 2% on the price achieved at auction.


Collection All goods purchased must be collected from the Auction Rooms within 4 working days of the sale. The Auction Rooms will be open on the Sunday following sale day from 10am until 4pm. All items must be paid for prior to collection.


Commission Bids If you are unable to attend the auction, you can leave your bids with us and we will endeavour to buy on your behalf as cheaply as possible. No charge is made for this service. To arrange this either visit the auction rooms, telephone or email us.


Telephone Bids A number of telephone lines are available if you are not able to come to the auction but wish to bid in person. Arrangements for this service should be made at least 24 hours before the start of the sale. A member of our staff will call you shortly before the item is put up for sale so please be available. Please note that all items purchased must be paid for either by bank transfer prior to collection or by presentation of credit/debit card, cash or cheque by the purchaser on collection.


Packing and shipping: We regret that we do not have the facilities to pack or ship goods and we recommend the local office of Mail Boxes, telephone 0800 623 123, website For larger items, such as furniture, we can provide the details of couriers who will be able to deliver your items. Lots will not be released until payment has been made.

CATALOGUE 1 A Zulu Kuchkeine] Estimate £30 - 50 2 A collection of seven silver watch fob medals, approximately 64 grams; with metal examples; also a 1936 crown coin, all housed in a lacquer box] Estimate £20 - 30 3 A signed Prince of Wales and Diana Christmas Greetings card from 1982] Estimate £400 - 600 4 A Middlesex regiment swagger stick] Estimate £20 - 30 5 A collection of seven comic postcards] Estimate £10 - 20 6 A collection of Nazi and Third Reich items including collectors photo, postcards, Hitler, Goering etc. Aircraft recognition cards, Nazi postcards, military passes etc.] Estimate

Lot 6

£100 - 150

7 A malachite and metal bead necklace; with two pairs of malachite ear studs; and an agate bead necklace] Estimate £10 - 20

8 A Chinese buffalo horn chopstick case finely carved] Estimate £120 - 180

Lot 16

9 An oriental snuff bottle decorated with swans] Estimate £10 - 20

10 Death plaque in memory of Fred Howcroft] Estimate £30 50

10A A collection of notes and coins] Estimate £20 - 30 11 A Saddam Hussein propaganda note] Estimate £10 - 20 12 Five trinket boxes] Estimate £20 - 30 13 Two carved stone figures including a hippo] Estimate £10 20

14 A bulbous vase decorated with art nouveau flowers] Estimate £10 - 20

Lot 20

15 Five British uncirculated coins sets 1983, 84, 86, 87, 90] Estimate £50 - 70 16 WW2 silk map dated 1944 France] Estimate £20 - 30 17 A signed Pink Floyd tour 1969 " The Man/The Journey" programme, signed by Richard Wright, David Gilmour and Nick Mason and a Roger Walters spiral drawing, all in blue ball point pen, sold with two concert tickets (one mounted) and local press cuttings of the gig] Estimate £400 - 600 17A A collection of various concert programmes to include Two Pink Floyd, Earls Court May 1973, Winter 1974 " Comic tour programme, The Nice in concert 1970, Emerson, Lake & Palmer in concert - Early 1970's, Beatles "Another Beatles show" Hammersmith Odeon Thursday 24th December, 1964 to Jan 1965] Estimate £100 - 150 18 Percussion hammer action antique pistol] Estimate £80 120

18A Assorted silver jewellery oddments and necklaces] Estimate £10 - 15

Lot 18

19 Three £5 coins in presentation folder uncirculated 1990, 2000, 2002] Estimate £35 - 50 20 Large collection of various Concorde stamps contained in three albums. Approx 450 stamps and 400 miniature sheets] Estimate £120 - 150 21 Good collection of various postcards] Estimate £30 - 50 22 A collection of costume jewellery] Estimate £20 - 30 23 Collection of various smoking pipes including Georg Jensen, Dunhill, Ben Wade lighters] Estimate £30 – 50 24 A collection of costume jewellery] Estimate £30 - 50 25 Bottle of Harveys Bristol Cream commemorating the Wedding of Prince of Wales in 1981 and a decanter of Harveys Bristol Cream.] Estimate £50 - 80 26 A decorative vase with bronze mounts] Estimate £50 - 80 27 Six decorative Chinese ceramic figures] Estimate £25 - 40 28 A Goldscheider pottery wall mask in the form of a black lady wearing a yellow sun hat and earring, black printed mark applied paper label, impressed "512". Length 23cm] Estimate £60 - 90

29 A marble pagoda on a carved base] Estimate £20 - 30 5

30 A musical wooden cigarette box] Estimate £20 - 30 31 Royal Doulton figure 'Gamekeeper' HN2879 and teapot] Estimate £20 - 30 32 Royal Doulton figure HN2325 'The Master'] Estimate £20 -

Lot 50


33 34 35 36

Royal Doulton figure HN3384 'Sarah'] Estimate £20 - 30 Royal Doulton figure HN1834] Estimate £20 - 30 Royal Doulton figure HN2906 'Paula'] Estimate £20 - 30 Chinese Dog of Fo finial on a marble base] Estimate £20 -


37 A carved ivory head of an African with pearls and large carved headdress] Estimate £20 - 30 38 Gold anchor figure and dish] Estimate £20 - 30 39 Benito Mussolini's autograph on an Italian postcard] Estimate £80 -120

40 Three Chinese snuff bottles] Estimate £20 - 30 41 Silver pill box and enamelled dish] Estimate £20 - 30 41A An oriental hardstone pendant] Estimate £10 - 20 42 Minic shell, large, and cards] Estimate £20 - 30 43 A wooden oriental carving of water buffalo, signed] Estimate £20 - 30

43A An oriental snuff bottle] Estimate £10 - 20 44 A decorative oriental bowl] Estimate £10 - 20 45 A collection of British and European coins] Estimate £30 50

46 Cork screw and brass leather case] Estimate £20 - 30 47 Tray assorted brooches and costume jewellery] Estimate £20 - 30

48 Collection of flag cards and postcards] Estimate £20 - 30 49 A Royal Doulton 'Coachman' tray] Estimate £10 - 30 50 A collection of various WWII medals, all unnamed] Estimate £50 - 80

51 Two WWI Christmas cards] Estimate £20 - 30 52 A collection of 35 model footballers] Estimate £20 - 30 53 A collection of 12 golly footballers] Estimate £50 - 80 54 Three Chinese immortals 6" high, along with a Chinese blue and white plate] Estimate £20 - 30 54A A red figure of an oriental man holding a fish] Estimate

Lot 74

£10 - 20

55 A ladies 9ct gold excalibur wristwatch on an expanding bracelet; with a quantity of assorted costume jewellery] Estimate £40 - 60

55A An Art Nouveau enamel and mother of pearl pendant, Birmingham 1909, of square outline, with unassociated drop beneath, on a chain] Estimate £40 - 60 56 A quantity of assorted costume jewellery] Estimate £10 -

Lot 77


57 Assorted costume jewellery] Estimate £10 - 20 58 Sylvac grazing chestnut swish-tail foal] Estimate £10 - 15 59 Beswick brown rearing horse no. 1014] Estimate £20 - 30 60 Beswick brown prancing swish-tail colt] Estimate £20 - 30 61 A Lladro figure - "Sad Sax" (22cm x 7cm) Lladro code 01005471. 1988 Francisco Catala] Estimate £30 – 50 62 A Lladro figure - "We can't play" (15cm x 11cm) Lladro code 01005706. 1990. Antonio Ramos] Estimate £30 - 50 63 An art deco style cocktail shaker] Estimate £30 - 50 64 A Lladro 'Chinese Man' figure] Estimate £30 - 50 65 An oriental letter holder] Estimate £20 - 30 67 A 19th century bronze figure of Shiva - 25cm] Estimate £300 - 500

68 A circular silver pocket or purse mirror; with a silver filled horse shoe charm] Estimate £20 - 30 69 A Georg Jensen penknife; with two steel blades] Estimate £20 - 30

70 A pressed moulded glass perfume bottle & stopper, the base stamped "R. Lalique, France 1/2 FL OZ"] Estimate £30 50

71 A small tea pot and one cup, together with another item] Estimate £10 - 20 72 Three Frome Buffalo lodge Masons medals] Estimate £10 - 20 6

Lot 91

73 A continental silver coloured scent flask, stamped '800' of square cut corner outline, screw cap, 4.7cm square] Esti-


mate £20 - 30

74 A bar brooch set with a German transfer printed image of a boy, the bar stamped '15ct'] Estimate £40 - 60 75 Three WWI medals, along with a service medal from the H.M.S. excellent all awarded to 230230 J. Clegg L.S.R.N] Estimate £40 - 60 75A A gentleman's cornelian set ring, stamped '585', 4.9 grams, with a diamond and seed pearl three stone navette shaped brooch, 2.8grams] Estimate £80 -120 76 A King George VI faithful service medal, named Walter James Bailey, cased] Estimate £20 - 30 77 A set of six Victorian silver fiddle pattern Exeter 1869 teaspoons, by Josiah Williams and Co. (James and Josiah Williams) of Bristol, with matching sugar tongs, monogrammed, approximately 192 grams; with a set of fine Georgian Exeter silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, by William Woodman of Bristol, 1818, monogrammed, 110 grams; and four plated teaspoons] Estimate £60 - 80 78 Lanco, a gentleman's 9ct gold wristwatch, Birmingham 1963, the white dial with gilt batons, 12, 6, hands and sweep seconds; the three piece housing a signed movement, numbered 1003, on a strap; Swiss] Estimate £50 - 80 79 A gentleman's Raymond Weil watch] Estimate £50 - 80 80 A decorative pocket watch] Estimate £20 - 30 81 Three WW1 medals awarded to J. 49386 F.H. Spenceley, A.B.R.N] Estimate £30 - 50 82 A gilt metal open faced pocket watch, signed USESCO to the dial, key wound] Estimate £5 - 10 83 A Royal Worcester blush apricot basket vase] Estimate

Lot 97

£30 - 50

Lot 88

Lot 125

84 Allaine, a gentleman's automatic wristwatch the gilt case with a steel screw back, on an expanding bracelet; with a gilt metal Waltham hunter pocket watch, the Dennison case housing a Traveller movement; and a Camerer Cuss and Co. stop watch] Estimate £20 - 30 85 A Bergman style cold painted bronze of a Zebra skin carpet, stamped with B and impressed Austria] Estimate £50 80

87 A fob watch, the two colour case housing a bar movement with cylinder escapement; with a gilt Labon ball point pen and pencil set, cased] Estimate £10 - 15 88 A wooden doll, late 19th century, possibly Bahr and Proschild] Estimate £80 -120 90 Silver jewellery, pendant] Estimate £20 - 30 91 A Bergman style cold painted bronze of a Crocodile, stamped with B and impressed Austria] Estimate £50 - 80 92 Silver jewellery, five boxes] Estimate £20 - 30 93 A collection of vintage golf balls] Estimate £30 - 50 94 A Bergman style cold painted bronze of a Lion skin carpet, stamped with B and impressed Austria] Estimate £80 -120 94A A magnifying glass with hardstone handle] Estimate £10 - 20

95 A set of six 3 inch Spode "mini plates" each with different motif] Estimate £20 - 30 95A A 20th century bronze model of a bison, signed] Estimate £60 - 80

96 A collection of various wrist watches, of various brands] Estimate £20 - 30

97 A silver salver, by Collingwood and Sons Ltd. Sheffield 1937, of circular shaped outline on three scroll supports; monogrammed and inscribed; 30.5cm diameter, 843 grams (27.1 troy ounces)] Estimate £200 - 300 98 A small quantity of costume jewellery items] Estimate £20 - 30

98A A carved jade pendant] Estimate £10 - 20 99 Various coins including some commemorative] Estimate £20 - 30 7

100 Jewellery box containing good quality costume jewellery and rings] Estimate £20 - 30 101 Tray of assorted military badges, buttons etc] Estimate £15 - 25

102 Boxed silver scenes magnifying glass] Estimate £20 - 30 103 Pair of Mintons cabinet plates] Estimate £50 - 80 105 Omega, a ladies 9ct gold bracelet watch, the circular white signed dial with gilt and gilt black batons and hands, the two piece case, London 1968; numbered 1061 over 7115646, housing a signed 17 jewel mechanical movement, numbered 24883731, calibre number 484, with an integral Milanese bracelet with box, outer card box, wallet and instruction booklet, 29.5 grams excluding the movement (watch is functioning, box broken)] Estimate £200 - 250 105A A rare Adam And The Ants flyer from 1st December 1977, Royal collage Of Art, Signed by Adam Ant and punk icon Pamela "Jordan" Rooke, sold with letter stating when the autographs where obtained] Estimate £100 - 150 106 A quantity of costume jewellery] Estimate £10 - 20 107 A ladies 9ct gold Bentina Star wristwatch on an expanding bracelet; a picture pendant, stamped '9ct'; and a quantity of costume jewellery and wristwatches] Estimate £20

Lot 103

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108 A quantity of assorted costume jewellery housed in a jewellery case] Estimate £40 - 60 110 A 19th century oriental carved hardwood figure] Estimate £30 - 50

111 Royal Doulton figure and a Coalport figure] Estimate £30 - 50

112 Beswick Hereford calf] Estimate £20 - 30 113 Silver mounted handled carving set] Estimate £10 - 20 114 Two ceramic figures of Shakespeare and Sir Campbell, A Ross of Belfast ginger ale jasperware jug and a tankard] Estimate £20 - 30 114A A modern silver photograph frame] Estimate £20 - 30 115 A three stone diamond ring, the illusion set brilliant totalling approximately 0.17cts, finger size I, 1.9g gross]

Lot 105

Lot 105A

Estimate £50 - 80

116 A three stone sapphire and diamond 9ct gold cross over ring the round cut stone flanked either side by illusion set single cuts, finger size K, 2.6g gross] Estimate £100 - 150 117 A diamond single stone 9ct gold ring, the illusion set brilliant of approximately 0.05cts, the shoulders with five single cut diamonds to each, finger size H, 2.3 grams gross] Estimate £40 - 60 118 An opal and diamond cluster ring, the circular shallow cabochon enclosed by eighteen single cut diamond, finger size P 2.2g gross] Estimate £60 - 90 119 A single stone cubic zirconia 9ct gold ring, finger size O1/2, 2.2 grams gross] Estimate £50 - 80 120 A five stone cubic zirconia 9ct gold dress ring, finger size M, 1.1g gross] Estimate £30 - 50 121 9ct white gold topaz and diamond ring] Estimate £70 - 100 122 A seven stone cubic zirconia 9ct gold ring, finger size L1/2, 1.1g gross] Estimate £40 - 60 123 A cultured pearl single stone ring, the pearl of approximately, 6mm diameter, finger size, M 1/2, 1.8 Gram] Estimate £40 - 60

124 A seven stone diamond 9ct white gold cluster ring the brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.1cts total estimated, finger size M, 2.4g gross] Estimate £80 -120 125 A cubic zirconia 9ct gold ring, finger size R, 1.6g gross] Estimate £50 - 80 126 A single stone cubic zirconia 9ct gold ring, with stone set shoulders finger size N 1/2, 2.3 grams gross] Estimate £50 - 80

127 A single stone rock crystal 18ct gold ring, finger size J, 2.9g gross] Estimate £60 - 80 128 A 9ct gold cluster ring, set with synthetic stones, finger size P, 2 grams gross] Estimate £40 - 60 8

Lot 167

Lot 116

129 A seven stone synthetic cluster 9ct gold ring, finger size M 1/2, 1.1g gross] Estimate £40 - 60 130 A three stone synthetic set ring, finger size N 1/2, 2.4g gross] Estimate £40 - 60 131 A 9ct gold ring, pierced 'I Love You' and set with two small single cut diamonds, finger size O, 1.1g gross] Estimate £40 - 60

132 A 9ct gold cluster ring, set with an oval cut amethyst enclosed by synthetic colourless stones, one setting vacant, finger size N1/2, 3.2g gross] Estimate £30 - 50 133 A synthetic ruby and diamond cluster 9ct gold ring, the heart shaped stone with three single cut diamonds, singer size N, 2.3g gross] Estimate £100 - 120 134 A garnet single stone dress ring, stamped '14k' finger size N, 1.3g gross] Estimate £80 - 100 135 A diamond single stone 9ct gold ring, the single cut stone illusion set, finger size O1/2, 1.5g gross] Estimate £40 -

Lot 124


136 9ct gold amethyst and diamond ring] Estimate £55 - 85 137 A nineteen stone diamond cluster 9ct gold ring, set with single cuts, finger size P, 1.6g gross] Estimate £50 - 80 138 A 9ct gold ruby and diamond cluster ring, the central small brilliant cut enclosed by four round cut rubies, finger size O, 1.5g gross] Estimate £50 - 80 139 A rose quartz 9ct gold ring the cabochon cut stone to a pierced shouldered mount, finger size L1/2, 1.6g gross] Lot 133

Lot 143

Lot 144


Lot 149

Estimate £50 - 80

140 A synthetic spinel set eternity ring, finger size P, 2.3 grams] Estimate £50 - 80 141 A 9ct gold single diamond ring, the illusion set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.04 carats, finger size M 1/2, 1.5 grams] Estimate £60 - 90 142 A diamond and sapphire ring] Estimate £50 - 80 143 A ten stone tsavorite 9ct white gold dress ring, finger size N 1/2, 2.7g gross] Estimate £60 - 90 144 A single stone white stone ring, stamped '18ct and 'PLAT', six claw setting] Estimate £80 -120 145 A five stone cubic zirconia dress ring, set with colourless and blue stone, 2.7g gross] Estimate £40 - 60 146 A diamond single stone 9ct gold ring, the mirror set brilliant of approximately 0.2cts estimated, finger size L, 1.8g gross] Estimate £50 - 80 147 A cameo ring, stamped '9ct', finger size K 1/2, 1.5 grams] Estimate £15 - 25 148 A mystic topaz and diamond 9ct gold ring, the triangular cut stone between shoulders set with a line of seven single cut diamonds to wach, finger size N, 1.6 grams gross] Estimate £25 - 40 149 A 9ct gold Tiger's eye ring, the large cabochon held by two spiral motifs, finger size N, 10.3 grams gross] Estimate £50 - 60

150 An amethyst and cultured pearl (worn) 9ct gold dress ring, finger size Q, 4.7g gross] Estimate £40 - 60 151 A 9ct gold eternity ring, set with synthetic stones, finger size N 1/2, 3.4g gross] Estimate £40 - 60 152 A five stone sapphire 9ct gold ring, finger size P, 2 grams gross] Estimate £25 - 40 153 An amethyst and peridot 9ct gold dress ring, the oval cut amethyst with a trio of peridots to each shoulder of the openwork mount, finger size N] Estimate £20 - 30 154 A 14ct gold synthetic set dress ring, finger size M, 3.7 grams gross] Estimate £40 - 50 155 9ct Lapis Lazuli dress ring] Estimate £20 - 30 156 A ruby and diamond 9ct gold ring, the three graduated round cuts with pairs of single cut points between, finger size M, 1.7g gross] Estimate £25 - 40 157 A 9ct gold wedding ring of D section, 2.9mm wide, finger size Q 1/2, 2.4g gross] Estimate £30 - 45 158 A single stone malachite 9ct gold ring, finger size N, 9

4.9g gross] Estimate £20 - 30 159 A 9ct white gold synthetic stone set eternity ring, finger size M 1/2 3g gross] Estimate £15 - 25 160 A sapphire and single cut diamond set 9ct gold eternity ring, finger size M, 1g gross] Estimate £15 - 25 161 A peridot single stone 9ct gold ring, finger size N, 2.3g gross] Estimate £20 - 30 162 A 9ct gold single stone smokey quartz ring finger size P, 2.5g gross] Estimate £20 - 30 163 A sapphire and cubic zirconia 9ct gold cluster ring, finger size O, 1.6g gross] Estimate £25 - 40 164 An amethyst and marcasite necklace and drop earring set, cased] Estimate £15 - 25 165 A smoky quartz, peridot and diamond 9ct gold pendant, the oval cut quartz with four graduated marquise cut peridots, with a small brilliant cut alone, on a 9ct gold chain, pendant 2.4cm long, chain 44cm long, 3.3g gross, cased]

Lot 173

Estimate £30 - 50

166 A pair of cameo earrings, stamped '9ct'] Estimate £20 - 30 167 A silver ingot pendant on a chain, 36.7g gross] Estimate

Lot 179

£10 - 15

168 A diamond and ruby 9ct gold eternity ring, the five rubies with single cuts between, finger size M, 1.5g gross] Estimate £15 - 25

169 A diamond and emerald 9ct gold half hoop ring, the fine pairs of emeralds with pairs of single cuts between, finger size M, 2.2g gross] Estimate £30 - 50 170 A 9ct gold synthetic stone set eternity ring, finger size M 1/2, 3.1g gross] Estimate £20 - 30 171 An amethyst and diamond 9ct gold ring, the three graduated amethysts to a corner mount set with five single cuts to each shoulder, finger size S, 1.5g gross] Estimate £30 - 45

172 A watch chain of uniform hollow curb links with an agate set metal locket for attached chain 42cm long, 15g gross] Estimate £100 - 150 173 A 9ct gold five bar fancy link gate bracelet, to a padlock clasp, 17.5cm long 11g gross] Estimate £100 - 150 174 A silver ingot pendant, 1977, on a chain with a pair of silver ingot drop earrings, 47g gross] Estimate £20 - 30 174A A collection of costume jewellery] Estimate £20 - 30 175 A three stone green tourmaline 9ct gold dress ring, set with graduated oval cuts, finger size P, 2.2g gross, cased]

Lot 181

Lot 183

Estimate £20 - 30

176 A synthetic set eternity ring and a costume jewellery ring] Estimate £5 - 10 177 A 9ct gold shell cameo brooch with a wire work frame 4.3cm long] Estimate £30 - 50 178 A white metal charm bracelet, of solid curb links, indistinct marks to the tongue, 47g gross] Estimate £10 - 15 179 A pair of silver salts, by Mappin Brothers (William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman) Sheffield 1897 of gadrooned boat shape, with loop handles, 9cm long, 70g (2.25 troy ozs) gross] Estimate £30 - 50 180 A smoky quartz and diamond pendant, the triangular cut stone to a suspension set with three small brilliant cuts, on a 9ct gold filed curb link chain, pendant 2.5cm long, chain 44cm long, 2.9g gross, cased] Estimate £20 - 30 181 A 9ct gold bracelet, of sold curb links, to a padlock clasp, with fourteen charms attached, 36g gross] Estimate £200 - 300

182 A silver watch chain of graduated solid curb links, with a silver cheroot holder in a case and a drilled coin, chain 32c, long, 45g gross] Estimate £50 - 80 183 An American 1921 One Dollar coin along with various other American coins] Estimate £50 - 80 185 A silver dinner fork and silver handled dinner knife, retailed by Harrods, maker G & H Sheffield 1970, fork 74g (2.3 troy ozs) gross weighable] Estimate £50 - 70 10

Lot 195

186 Pierre Cardin, a lady's wristwatch, with a black mother of pearl dial, stone set chapter with white VI, XII and hands on a strap, cased, with a lower drawer containing two pairs of ear studs and a pendant on chain] Estimate £30 - 50 187 A three drop cultured pearl pendant on a chain with a pair of matching earrings] Estimate £10 - 20 188 An embroidery by a "Displaced Person" along with supporting documentation regarding this] Estimate £20 - 30 189 A two row simulated pearl necklace, another similar and a single row necklace] Estimate £40 - 60 189A An oriental hard stone bracelet] Estimate £40 - 60 190 Collection of postcards and cigarette cards] Estimate £20

Lot 199

Lot 203

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191 Various oriental paintings on paper] Estimate £30 - 50 192 Two oriental 20th century swords] Estimate £30 - 50 192A A wooden bowl with a silver rim foot, Asprey import mark 1977, 15.5cm tall, 26.5cm diameter] Estimate £80 -120 193 A quantity of assorted costume jewellery that includes a lady's next quartz bracelet watch] Estimate £15 – 25 193A An Indian incense holder] Estimate £50 - 80 194 Costume jewellery] Estimate £30 - 50 194A A collection of costume jewellery] Estimate £20 - 30 195 A silver sauceboat, Birmingham 1934, of usual cut rim form, 14cm long, with a silver cream jug, by W Neale Ltd, Birmingham 1912, 143g gross (4.6 troy ozs) gross] Estimate £40 - 60

Lot 205

196 A silver mustard pot, Birmingham 1924, of plain oval outline with a domed hinged cover, on four bun feet, with a glass liner, 10.5cm long, 56 grams] Estimate £40 - 60 197 A small silver two handled rose bowl, by Nathan and Hayes, Chester 1900, the moulded girth bowl with flying handles with flying handles, on a short pedestal spreading foot; 13.5cm across, 125 grams (4 troy ounces) gross] Estimate £40 - 60

Lot 215

198 A four piece Art Deco silver tea service, by Gladwin Ltd., Sheffield 1937, with Dublin import marks for 1938, of rounded rectangular outline, on long supports with geometric motifs to the terminals; tea pot 27cm long, 1976 grams (63.4 troy ounces) gross] Estimate £400 - 500 199 A gentleman's 18ct gold signet ring, the oval head monogrammed, finger size S 1/2, 7.5 grams gross] Estimate £100 - 150

200 A single stone cubic zirconia 9ct gold ring, finger size M 1/2, 2.5 grams gross] Estimate £30 - 50 201 A 22ct gold synthetic stone cluster ring, one setting vacant, 3.6 grams gross] Estimate £50 - 80 202 A bloodstone 9ct gold signet ring, finger size G, 4 grams gross, cased] Estimate £30 - 50 203 A rose diamond set Royal Navy sweet heart bar brooch, stamped '18ct' and 'Plat' , 5cm long, 3.7 grams gross, Gieves Ltd. case] Estimate £60 - 80 204 An Edwardian seed pearl set brooch, the motif between parallel bars, 2.5 grams gross] Estimate £15 - 25 205 A single stone freshwater non-nucleated cultured pearl ring] Estimate £50 - 80 206 An eight stone cubic zirconia 9ct gold ring, the stones channel set, finger size N, 1.7 grams gross] Estimate £40 - 60 207 A seven stone sapphire cluster ring, 9ct gold ring, with four single cut diamond points, finger size T 1/2, 2.6 grams gross] Estimate £20 - 30 208 An eleven stone Tsavorite 9ct gold ring with four single cut diamond points, finger size O 1/2, 2.5 grams gross] Estimate £30 - 45

209 A silver quaich type bowl, by Nathan and Haynes, Chester 1898, 12.5cm across; with a pair of silver sugar tongs; 107 grams (3.45 troy ounces) gross] Estimate £30 - 40 210 A brooch in the form of a naval sword, stamped 14ct, in a Gieves box] Estimate £20 - 30 211 A diamond ring, the white metal stamped '18ct' and 11

'Plat', the two brilliant's totalling approximately 0.10cts, central setting vacant, 2.2 grams gross] Estimate £50 - 80 212 An eternity ring set with synthetic stones, 2.5 grams gross] Estimate £30 - 50 213 A single stone citrine dress ring, with a large square cut stone] Estimate £50 - 80 214 A 9ct gold solid hinged bangle, half engraved decoration, internal diameter 6cm, 32.9 grams gross] Estimate £150 200

215 A three stone diamond ring, the graduated brilliant's totalling approximately 0.39cts, the yellow mount stamped '18ct', finger size J 1/2, 1.7 grams gross, cased] Estimate £150 - 200

216 A gentleman's 9ct gold signet ring; another similar; a single 9ct gold cufflink; and another single cufflink and a cufflinks panel, 13.2 grams gross] Estimate £90 - 120 217 A cultured pearl pendant, the tear shaped pearl approximately 13mm long by 10mm at widest point, to a white bale mount stamped '750', on a chain stamped '750' 5.4g gross] Estimate £160 - 180 218 A set of silver filigree jewellery comprising a necklace, a bracelet and a pair of ear studs, cased] Estimate £5 - 15 219 A silver cream jug, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1947, 83g] Estimate £30 - 40 219A A row of non-nucleated freshwater cultured pearls, to a magnetic sphere shaped clasp, 43cm long, with a pair of ear studs] Estimate £20 - 30 220 A silver bowl, maker J. D. and S., Sheffield 1932; with a small French bowl; 122 grams gross] Estimate £35 - 55 221 A silver loaded bud vase, 15.5cm tall, with another similar 13cm tall] Estimate £30 - 40 222 A 9ct gold plaited chain; two 9ct gold earrings, a 9ct gold bar brooch, 5 grams gross; a silver fob medal fronted in 9ct gold and costume items] Estimate £50 - 70 223 A collection of silver, silver coloured and metal and metal jewellery, with a broken row of non-nucleated freshwater pearls] Estimate £30 - 40 224 Collection of Celebrity signed Postcards - includes Sarah Bernhardt] Estimate £40 - 60 225 A collection of thirty-two pairs of non-nucleated freshwater pearl, and stone set ear studs] Estimate £15 - 20 226 A Georgian silver caddy spoon, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1826, to a loaded hour glass pattern handle; an American preserve spoon; a cased silver handled cake knife; and other items] Estimate £40 - 50 227 A set of six Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert forks, by John James Whiting, London 1840, monogrammed, 18cm long, 318 grams (10.25 troy ounces) gross] Estimate

Lot 289A

Lot 217

Lot 222

Lot 224

£80 - 100

228 A cased matched set of five Georgian silver fiddle pattern table spoons; four by Eley, Fearn and Chawner, London 1812; and a single spoon by Eley and Fearn, London 1820, crested; 375 grams (12 troy ounces) gross] Estimate £90 - 120

229 A silver cigarette box, wood lined, 18cm long] Estimate £40 - 50

229A A 19th century compass, W. Harris Holbourn London] Estimate £40 - 60 230 A pair of George II silver cauldron salts by David, London 1750, 150 grams (4.8 troy ounces) gross] Estimate £100 150

231 A late Victorian sugar basin by James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1901, the gadrooning below an engraved and chased band with crested cartouche, 9.9cm diameter; with a pair of silver sugar tongs; and chased child's silver spoon and pusher set; 178 grams (5.7 troy ounces) gross] Estimate £50 - 70

232 A 9ct gold double Albert watch chain, of solid curb links, 36.5cm long, 30 grams gross] Estimate £200 - 300 232A An early 19th century Flintlock pistol, stamped H. 12

Lot 229

Essex London] Estimate £200 - 300 233 A pair of 18ct gold cufflinks, Birmingham 1902, monogrammed, 6.2 grams gross] Estimate £80 - 100 234 A circular silver powder compact; with a silver cigarette case, applied with a naval crown; a silver cigarette case; and a metal compact; 158 grams gross weighable]

Lot 230

Estimate £60 - 80

235 A paste set Naval Crown brooch, in a Gieves Ltd. case; a modern small photograph frame in silver; two propelling pencils; jewellery items; a horn snuff box; a papier mache box and a wooden box] Estimate £40 - 60 236 A quantity of assorted costume jewellery] Estimate £15 20

237 A quantity of costume jewellery including paste beads and shell jewels] Estimate £20 - 30 238 A collection of various costume jewellery] Estimate £15 Lot 232


238A A large set of 20th century bookshelves] Estimate £100 - 150

238B A large collection of Portmerion botanic garden items including vegetable dishes, coffee pot, mugs and dinner plates etc.] Estimate £100 - 150 239 An oak 18th century chest of drawers] Estimate £100 150

239A A South African taxidermy greater kudu] Estimate £800 - 1200

239B A South African taxidermy greater kudu] Estimate £800 - 1200

240 A Japanese oval shaped bowl with large carp held by a gentleman] Estimate £20 - 30 241 A pair of pewter candlesticks] Estimate £10 - 20 242 An 8" Imari bowl] Estimate £20 - 30 243 A wooden painted wall bracket] Estimate £20 - 30 244 Eight various oriental carved cork cased models] Estimate £40 - 60

245 A 17th century and later Spanish oak armoire, carved in relief with six panels to the doors, above three carved panels to the base] Estimate £200 - 300 246 A decorative 20th century carpet] Estimate £20 - 30 247 A 19th century walnut Davenport] Estimate £250 - 350 248 A 19th century Victorian travelling vanity chest] Estimate £200 - 300

249 An early 20th century pine travelling trunk] Estimate £40 60

250 A decorative rug] Estimate £20 - 30 251 Horse Racing/Railways 4 x 1911 GWR original handbills with details of special trains/ticket prices to meetings at Newbury, Salisbury, Beaufort Hunt Steeplechases and Wincanton (via Highbridge and the S&D)] Estimate £20 - 30 253 Football programmes, a complete set of 28 x 1969/70 Swindon Town homes including Anglo-Italian Cup matches, all in good condition] Estimate £20 - 30 254 Football programmes, Arsenals 1970/71 Double season. The programmes come with a presentation folder and include full 21 league programmes, 3 European Fairs Cup programmes and the FA Cup final programme between Arsenal and Liverpool] Estimate £25 - 35 255 A collection of Wedgwood "Chippendale" design tea/ dinnerware] Estimate £30 - 50 256 Silk throw] Estimate £30 - 50 257 Indian shawl] Estimate £40 - 60 258 A 20th century Davenport] Estimate £50 - 80 259 A dumb waiter modelled as a servant] Estimate £50 - 80 260 A 19th century Chinese War Lord Hunting chair, carved in huanghuali rosewood. Folds with foot rest] Esti-

Lot 232A

mate £300 - 500

Lot 248

261 A grey 3/4 length mink coat, Silerian fur company Belfast] Estimate £80 -120 262 Modern chrome 12 branch chandelier] Estimate £50 - 80 263 A brass chandelier] Estimate £30 - 50 13

264 A late 19th century carved French settee in Louis XVI style] Estimate £200 - 300 265 Collection of approximately 23 sets of cigarette/cigar cards] Estimate £50 - 80 267 A 19th century oak carved bookcase with central stained glass panel] Estimate £100 - 150 268 An Edwardian mahogany wardrobe] Estimate £30 - 50 269 An Edwardian mahogany wardrobe] Estimate £30 - 50 270 A large pine pub style settle] Estimate £200 - 300 270A A settle] Estimate £200 - 300 271 A Hardy landing net] Estimate £20 - 30 272 Two steel battle axes] Estimate £80 -120 273 A large metal shelving unit] Estimate £30 - 50 274 A 19th century military flintlock pistol] Estimate £60 - 80 275 A pine box and copper pot] Estimate £20 - 30 276 French majolica plates] Estimate £20 - 30 277 Large marano dish] Estimate £20 - 30 278 A wade "Bengo" monkey box, two collectors fair dogs and two other Wade items] Estimate £40 - 60 279 A mahogany pot cupboard] Estimate £20 - 30 280 Three Victorian spoon back chairs] Estimate £20 - 30 281 A set of six Victorian mahogany dining chairs] Estimate

Lot 272

£50 - 80

282 A large over sized Swatch] Estimate £40 - 60 283 A framed chart/poster of 'Frome Selwood Troop' 1802] Estimate £10 - 15

284 A contemporary mirror] Estimate £60 - 80 285 A late 19th century oil on canvas of a Russian army, signed lower right] Estimate £200 - 300 286 An oil on canvas of an erotic scene] Estimate £40 - 60 286A A Bulldog painting by Sharleen Hunt] Estimate £40 - 60 287 Oil on canvas of lake scene] Estimate £20 - 30 288 A David Shepherd, signed limited edition print 928/1500, entitled "Grannys Kitchen"] Estimate £100 - 150 289 Pencil sketch by Sarah Niccolini] Estimate £20 - 30 290 A print by John Wallington] Estimate £10 - 20 291 Large oil on canvas in the style of Picasso] Estimate £20

Lot 285

- 30

292 Liz Wright- a mixed media drawing on paper dated 2000] Estimate £200 - 300 293 A pair of 20th Century decorative gilt framed oil on boards] Estimate £50 - 80 294 Two oil on boards by A Rossiter] Estimate £20 - 30 295 A framed 19th century sampler, 'Mary Ann, Aged 7'] Estimate £150 - 250

296 A decorative octagonal hammered copper mirror] Estimate £40 - 60

297 20th century signed etching of a sailing boat] Estimate £20 - 30

298 A.C. Jessier, an oil on canvas of monkeys riding dogs] Estimate £300 - 500

299 Copy of illumination of Henry VI charter to Eton College] Estimate £20 - 30 300 Oil on board of still life fruit, dated 1963, signed Jodge Hopkins] Estimate £20 - 30 301 A set of framed cap badges and uniform cigarette cards] Estimate £30 - 50 302 20th century mahogany oval mirror together with gilt mirror] Estimate £20 - 30 303 19th century single pedestal table on cross base] Estimate £30 - 50

304 An original RAC 1952 International Rally of Great Britain poster] Estimate £15 - 25 305 Early 19th century spindle back chair] Estimate £10 - 20 306 A late Victorian walnut Davenport] Estimate £50 - 80 307 Daum style French art glass and another vase] Estimate £20 - 30

308 A pair of mid 20th century corner chairs] Estimate £20 30

309 A glazed Edwardian mahogany display cabinet] Estimate £80 -120 14

Lot 400

Lot 320

Lot 325

310 20th century oak bureau] Estimate £50 - 80 311 Pair of reproduction percussion pistols] Estimate £20 - 30 312 Seven various hand crafted maple chairs by Mines of Downley, Buckinghamshire] Estimate £50 - 80 313 Cased clarinet by John Packer Ltd] Estimate £20 - 30 314 An oval table with leather insert] Estimate £30 - 50 315 A pair of oak wall brackets] Estimate £50 - 80 316 A brass maritime instrument] Estimate £20 - 30 317 Snakeskin handbag and two other handbags] Estimate

Lot 394

£20 - 30

318 Late 19th/early 20th century Elm gilded black lacquer cloth chest, Shanxi province, China] Estimate £200 - 300 319 A pair of Van De Pol Armchairs, 19th century] Estimate £100 - 150

320 A Chinese red lacquered chest of drawers with typical scenes] Estimate £100 - 150 321 Edwardian settee] Estimate £50 - 80 322 A set of four Victorian chairs and two matching carvers] Estimate £150 - 250 323 Crocodile leather suitcase] Estimate £20 - 30 324 Two spitfire tail wheels] Estimate £40 - 60 325 Early 20th century rosewood Ottoman on four bun feet, upholstered in red velvet] Estimate £100 - 150 326 20th century upholstered beech wood armchair] Estimate £20 - 30

Lot 333 Lot 335

327 20th century oak pedestal desk with three leather inserts, Jaycee style] Estimate £30 - 50 328 A pair of 20th century spelter figures] Estimate £40 - 60 329 Chad Valley colour slides of Thunderbirds, some Walt Disney comic strips together with a large quantity of coloured slides (c.1980s) of African travels] Estimate £15 - 25 330 A two handled rectangular electroplated tray, with engraved and chased rococo style decoration, reeded leaf terminal handles, 68cm long] Estimate £40 - 50 331 A pair of Capodimonte figures] Estimate £20 - 30 332 A pair of Staffordshire dogs] Estimate £20 - 30 333 Set of four 1970s black faux leather chairs] Estimate £150 - 250

334 1930's green office chair] Estimate £30 - 50 335 A 19th century mahogany crib] Estimate £150 - 250 336 19th century mahogany pedestal table on tripod base] Estimate £30 - 50

Lot 340

Lot 347

337 19th century rosewood occasional table on tripod base with brass mounted surround] Estimate £30 - 50 338 A brass and cast iron stick stand] Estimate £80 - 100 339 A brass fire screen] Estimate £10 - 20 340 20th century marble topped and cast iron garden table and four cast iron decorative chairs] Estimate £200 - 300 341 Early 20th century mahogany desk] Estimate £30 - 50 342 19th century oval inlaid serving tray with shell central motif] Estimate £30 - 50 343 19th century kidney shaped serving tray with shell central motif and brass handles] Estimate £40 - 60 344 Brass and glass early 20th century desk set and two other items] Estimate £20 - 30 345 Oak Arts and Crafts sewing table] Estimate £10 - 20 346 Large collection of Bayko building set parts in fitted box] Estimate £10 - 20 347 Early 19th century mahogany and pine desk] Estimate £100 - 150

348 Early 20th century mahogany tea tray, inlaid with Oriental white metal motifs] Estimate £20 - 30 349 Mahogany standard lamp] Estimate £10 - 20 350 A pair of 19th century pray du lieu chairs with barley twist decoration] Estimate £40 - 60 351 A Victorian ottoman] Estimate £80 -120 352 A piano music stool] Estimate £20 - 30 353 A French beech plant stand] Estimate £40 - 60 354 A 20th century cast iron coat of arms] Estimate £300 - 500 355 Large 20th century oak refectory table on an iron


base] Estimate £250 - 350 356 A large pair of 20th century metal lamps of cherubs] Estimate £100 - 150

357 A decorative desk fan] Estimate £10 - 20 358 A red three layer Chinese wedding basket with carved handle] Estimate £50 - 80 359 A mahogany torchere stand] Estimate £30 - 50 360 An early 20th century mahogany pipe rack] Estimate £20

Lot 464

- 30

361 An oak coal scuttle] Estimate £20 - 30 362 Collection of books including Enid Blyton, children's interest etc] Estimate £20 - 30 363 Decorative military sword] Estimate £80 -120 364 Victorian washing bowl and matching jug] Estimate £20 30

365 19th century military sword] Estimate £150 - 250 366 An art deco metal lamp decorated with a lady] Estimate £50 - 80

367 A 20th century cocktail shaker] Estimate £20 - 30 368 Unused Japanese tea service in bamboo presentation case along with unused Takahama Yaki porcelain set] Esti-

Lot 358

mate £30 - 50

369 A New Zealand Joe Hogan croquet mallet] Estimate £30 - 50

370 A Minton Parian ware figure] Estimate £10 - 20 371 Royal Worcester - Milennium Flight Bowl. Limited edition 1000, number 307. 10 inch gilt and blue decoration. With certificate.] Estimate £50 - 80 372 Allcock Aerial fishing reel in case] Estimate £50 - 75 373 A vintage Pierre Cardin clutch bag, and a snake skin with alligator bag] Estimate £30 - 50 374 Stagg hard guitar case and accessories] Estimate £30 50

375 A 19th century oak carved four poster bed] Estimate £300 - 500

Lot 372

376 A collection of reproduction enamel advertising signs] Estimate £50 - 80

376A A Tonka winnebago, Louis Marx, along with various other toys] Estimate £80 -120 377 Quantity of ephemera photographs, military ribbons etc. H.B Merritt] Estimate £30 - 50 378 Collection of military maps including Bosnia] Estimate £30 - 50

380 Gordon Russell bureau] Estimate £20 - 30 381 A vintage enamel bread bin] Estimate £20 - 30 382 A tribal mask along with a carved figure] Estimate £10 20

383 20th century swivel hairdressers pump/chair] Estimate £20 - 30

384 A large collection of Portmerion Botanic Garden dinnerware] Estimate £30 - 50 385 A large collection of various boxed toys including corgi etc] Estimate £50 - 60 386 A good collection of boxed Hornby tri-ang items along with Meccano items] Estimate £50 - 80 387 Edwardian card table] Estimate £30 - 50 388 Contemporary mahogany toilet mirror] Estimate £20 - 30 389 Edwardian Bureau with key] Estimate £30 - 50 390 19th century oak mantel clock with key] Estimate £20 - 30 391 Edwardian washstand] Estimate £20 - 30 392 A cased violin] Estimate £20 - 30 393 Two French empire side tables] Estimate £60 - 80 394 Assorted postcards and photographs] Estimate £20 - 30 395 Glass topped mahogany jewellery box and ring pads]

Lot 502

Estimate £20 - 30

396 397 398 399 400

Set of four oak chairs] Estimate £40 - 60 Oriental style teak coffee table] Estimate £20 - 30 Box of various sporting pictures] Estimate £10 - 20 Four late 19th century chairs] Estimate £20 - 30 Early 20th century marble and mahogany washstand]

Estimate £50 - 80 16

Lot 375

Lot 376A

Lot 527

401 A collapsible top hat] Estimate £20 - 30 402 Oak dressing table mirror] Estimate £10 - 20 403 A decorative 20th century Middle Eastern rug] Estimate £20 - 30

404 A hand woven Kilm] Estimate £20 - 30 405 A large early 20th century still life oil on canvas in pine frame] Estimate £80 -120 406 A Southern Comfort advertising mirror] Estimate £20 - 30 408 Decorative Victorian mahogany mirror] Estimate £20 - 30 409 An oil on canvas of an erotic scene] Estimate £40 - 60 410 A David Shepherd print, signed, 1173/1500, entitled "The Pandas of Woo Long"] Estimate £100 - 150 411 An egg tempera and acrylic painting "Landing Window" by Dylan Waldron 28/05/1985] Estimate £60 - 80 412 A late 19th century sampler dated 1882, Lizzie Louise Gardner] Estimate £50 - 80 413 Set of 4 pieces - black lacquered panels with inlay mother of pearls - "The 4 Seasons of Flowers"] Estimate £80 120

414 A decorative bamboo mirror] Estimate £40 - 60 415 A print entitled "The Rugby Match" by William Barns Wollen] Estimate £20 - 30 415A An oil on canvas of various war planes by Graeme Lothian; the reverse signed by Johnnie Johnson] Estimate £100 - 150

416 Danish drop leaf dining table] Estimate £30 - 50 417 A set of weighing scales] Estimate £20 - 30 418 Wedgwood - "Ice Rose" 8 piece dinner service, plates, side plates, dessert plates with gravy bowl and large serving plate] Estimate £20 - 30 419 A large box of Britains farm toys, animals etc.] Estimate £30 - 50

420 Matchbox carry case and cars] Estimate £20 - 30 421 A collection of plastic military model kits] Estimate £20 30

422 A 'James Purdy & Sons' enamel modern advertising sign] Estimate £10 - 20 423 Small collection of Beatles LPs and singles] Estimate £15 - 25

Lot 393

424 A Victorian mahogany bureau] Estimate £30 - 50 425 Four Staffordshire dogs] Estimate £10 - 20 426 A selection of collectables comprising railwayana including two French Railways wagon plates, 1950's aviation booklets, trade cards and playing card sets etc.] Estimate £30 - 50

427 A British Railway post bag/money bag] Estimate £20 - 30 428 A 20th century mahogany sideboard] Estimate £20 - 30 428A A collection of various maps, some local] Estimate £30 - 50

429 Hardy Fishing Rod (has been shortened)] Estimate £20 30

430 A 20th century oak carved coal bin, decorated with ship] Estimate £30 - 50 431 A postcard album containing mainly Somerset interest, approximately 120 cards] Estimate £20 - 30 432 A modern album of postcards, approximately 40 cards, Mauritania, Aquitania etc.] Estimate £20 - 30 433 Album of South African postcards, some photographic etc.] Estimate £20 - 30 434 Five Victorian/Edwardian chairs] Estimate £20 - 30 434A An Edwardian smokers cabinet] Estimate £40 - 60 435 A Victorian oak metamorphic library chair] Estimate £100 - 150

436 A Lindop skittles game and one other game] Estimate £20 - 30

437 A wig stand, two mahogany plates and one other item] Estimate £20 - 30

Lot 405

438 Silver plated entree dishes] Estimate £20 - 30 439 A collection of 12 art deco frosted glass cinema panels] Estimate £100 - 150 17

440 An early 20th century mahogany dressing table mirror] Estimate £30 - 50

441 A 20th century oak architects desk] Estimate £100 - 150 441A A large collection of ordnance survey plans/maps of the local area including many local villages, Wells, Shepton Mallet etc dating back to the 1901 series] Estimate £50 80

442 A boxed oriental set of figures & horse] Estimate £20 - 30 442A A collection of Aynsley table setting china, cruets, serviette rings and place card holders] Estimate £20 - 30 443 A group of satirical Russian dolls, Yeltsin etc.] Estimate

Lot 415A

£10 - 20

444 A goldfish bowl with smoky glass with different kinds of fish and a large vase decorated with flowers and two small glass jugs] Estimate £10 - 20 445 A Mexican oval two handled tray stamped 'AMA' over '925', Idechoen Mexico', an eagle head device and Plata, the shaped rim with cut out handles, 46.5cm long, 1560 grams (50 troy ounces) gross] Estimate £200 - 300 446 Collection of ephemera] Estimate £10 - 20 447 7 vintage 1950s and 1960s fishing reels] Estimate £20 -

Lot 435


448 A riding crop with white metal mark] Estimate £30 - 50 449 Victorian twin pedestal desk] Estimate £150 - 250 450 Large collection of cigarette, trade and tea cards] Estimate £60 - 80

451 A children's tea set for two decorated with Noddy, Gollywog and Peter Rabbit] Estimate £50 - 80 452 A Royal Marines regimental side drum, rod tensioned example] Estimate £500 - 800 453 Empire style sofa] Estimate £200 - 300 454 A single Victorian mahogany armchair] Estimate £40 - 60 455 A modern oak hallstand] Estimate £50 - 80 456 A large 20th century bow front cast iron fire grate] Esti-

Lot 552

mate £50 - 80

457 A 20th century oak carved armchair] Estimate £50 - 80 458 Two 20th century mahogany corner units] Estimate £30 50

459 460 461 462 463

A pair of mounted tusks] Estimate £150 - 250 A decorative slipware dish] Estimate £20 - 30 Four Edwardian mahogany chairs] Estimate £20 - 30 A pair of early 20th century hall chairs] Estimate £80 -120 A carved wooden figure of a Warthog] Estimate £150 -

Lot 564


464 A two section retro cake stand] Estimate £10 - 20 465 Early 20th century walnut armchair] Estimate £20 - 30 466 A retro cane metal chair] Estimate £20 - 30 467 A boxed croquet set in a pine box] Estimate £30 - 50 468 An oak 19th century chest of drawers] Estimate £40 - 60 469 British Hunts & Huntsmen - The North East & Western Midlands of England and Wales] Estimate £50 - 80 470 A pair of horn handle walking sticks, one with a malacca shaft] Estimate £60 - 90 471 A walking cane with silver knob hall marked Birmingham 1878] Estimate £80 -120 472 A pair of walking canes with silver tops, one Birmingham 1889] Estimate £60 - 90 473 Four various ladies hats boxed] Estimate £30 - 50 473A An electroplated gallery tray of oval outline, with undulating gadrooned rim, leaf capped baton handles, on four supports, with simulated shagreen to the plate, 66cm long]

Lot 449

Estimate £100 - 150

474 Four various ladies hats boxed] Estimate £30 - 50 474A A Mulberry gentleman's document holder] Estimate £40 - 60

475 Gun cabinet] Estimate £20 - 30 476 An oak fire surround] Estimate £30 - 50 477 An Edison standard phonograph, along with various reels] Estimate £70 - 90 478 A cast iron stick stand of a cherub and serpent] Estimate £150 - 250 18

Lot 473A

479 An original oil painting by Roger Jones 1998, "A view from Ebbor"] Estimate £200 - 250 480 A botanic watercolour "Vinca Minor" (Periwinkle) by Elizabeth Cameron 1979] Estimate £60 - 80 481 Pair of Chinese porcelain panels] Estimate £20 - 30 482 A full set of John Player cigarette cards Victoria cross frames] Estimate £20 - 40 483 Oil painting on canvas of a lady] Estimate £50 - 75 484 A mahogany Edwardian display cabinet] Estimate £100 150

485 A David Shepherd, signed limited edition print, 242/850, entitled "Is it a Ladybird"] Estimate £40 - 60 485A A beech pedestal desk with faux leather insert] Estimate £10 - 20

486 Framed fishing display] Estimate £20 - 30 487 A late 18th century sampler by Anne Hewitt dated 1788] Estimate £200 - 300 488 Ladies wedding dress from the 1920s in original box] Estimate £20 - 30

489 A Windsor and Newton artists box] Estimate £20 - 30 490 A late 19th century framed sampler by Leah Thorne of Stoke Sub Hamdon dated 1886] Estimate £80 -120 491 Two gilt chandeliers] Estimate £30 - 50 492 A collection of 10 framed horse racing photographs by Louis Wayne all of Epsom racecourse including The Derby etc] Estimate £50 - 80 493 An Estey Organ Co oak organ] Estimate £20 - 30 494 Collection of vintage Birthday Postcards etc] Estimate £10 - 15

Lot 478

Lot 479

495 Late Georgian framed sampler by Sarah Anne Boulton, aged 9] Estimate £50 - 80 496 A late 18th century framed sampler by Jane Hewitt dated 1788] Estimate £100 - 150 497 An oak tantalus with silver plated mounts] Estimate £30 50

498 Mahogany half moon table] Estimate £20 - 30 499 German 'Prancing Horse' Pendulum clock - ceramic face. Circa 1910.] Estimate £100 - 150 500 Weighing scales by Waterlow and Sons] Estimate £20 30

500A A 19th century mahogany writing slope] Estimate £100 150

501 A David Shepherd print of a zebra] Estimate £30 - 50 501A Two decorative oil on canvas of ships] Estimate £30 50

502 An early Victorian framed sampler by Mary Ann Bullen, dated 1840] Estimate £100 - 150 503 A model hanging wolves head] Estimate £40 - 60 504 Three various samplers, along with a framed silk] EstiLot 500A

mate £40 - 60

505 A mahogany piano chair] Estimate £20 - 30 505A A Victorian mahogany sewing table] Estimate £50 - 80



Information for Buyers 1.

Introduction: The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed ‘Conditions of sale’ which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand. 2. Agency: As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the seller. 3. Estimates: Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive. 4. Buyer's premium: The ‘Conditions of sale’ oblige buyers to pay a buyer's premium at 15% on the hammer price of each lot purchased. In addition, VAT is payable on this premium (see below). 5. VAT: (*) indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate (presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer's premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. The double symbol (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (presently 5%) on the gross lot price (i.e. both the hammer price and the buyer's premium). Lots which appear without either of the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers' Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the premium is not recoverable as input tax. 6. We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on information provided by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept Auctioneers' Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the premium is not recoverable as input tax. 7. Electrical goods: These are sold as 'antiques' only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. 8. Export of goods: Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help. 9. Bidding: Bidders may be required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of identification may be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone bidding. 10. Commission bidding: Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers' premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax. 11. Methods of payment: As a general rule any cheques tendered will need to be cleared before removal of the goods is permitted. Please discuss with our office in advance of the sale if other methods of payment are envisaged (except cash). Payments by credit card are subject to a surcharge of 2% plus VAT, but not those by debit card. Our preferred method of payment is debit card. Telephone bidders must pay either by bank transfer prior to collection of lots or by credit/debit card, cheque or cash in person prior to collection of goods. 12. Collection and storage: Please note what the ‘Conditions of sale’ state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges. 13. Online Bidding: Killens (trading as the Mendip Auction Rooms) offer an online bidding service via for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements

are agreed with Killens you: (a) authorise Killens trading as the Mendip Auction Rooms, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all charges, for items successfully purchased in the auction via, and (b) confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to us through and agree that Killens trading as the Mendip Auction Rooms are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% charge plus VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price. 14. Title/Returns: If it becomes apparent that an item has been sold without good title or without authorisation then the buyer will return the item promptly subject to the purchase costs and any other reasonable costs incurred in returning the item being paid by the seller and/or auctioneers. 15. Artist Resale Rights According to the European Union’s Artist’s Resale Rights Directive, which has been adopted by the United Kingdom, living artists and artists who died within 70 years prior to the date of the sale are entitled to receive a resale royalty each time their art work is sold by an art market professional in the European Union or United Kingdom, subject to certain conditions. The Mendip Auction Rooms will collect the resale royalty due to the artists or their estates from buyers of lots with a hammer price (excluding buyer’s premium and excluding VAT) in excess of €1000. Any purchaser of a lot to which Artist’s Resale Right applies will be charged the amount of the resale royalty, which will be added to the invoice. VAT is not payable on any royalty. The rate payable for items 0 to 50,000 is 4%. Contact the Auction Rooms for further rates.

Conditions of sale

1. (a) (b)

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Killens as the Mendip Auction Rooms carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. Definitions: In these conditions: ‘Auctioneer’ means the firm of Killens or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate ‘Deliberate forgery’ means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description ‘Hammer price’ means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer ‘Terms of consignment’ means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Killens accepts instructions from sellers or their agents ‘Total amount due’ means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these conditions ‘Sale proceeds’ means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising ‘You’, ‘Your’, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2 The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. Bidding procedures and the buyer: Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid The maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer's absolute discretion by re-offering the lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. Once made, no bid may be withdrawn. Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. Increments: Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. The purchase price: The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 15% plus VAT on the premium at the rate imposed by law.



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Value added tax: Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant lots. (Please refer to ‘Information for buyers’ for a brief explanation of the VAT position). Payment: Immediately a lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or credit card (subject to a 2% surcharge) or debit card (not subject to a surcharge) or in such other way as is agreed by us. Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. Telephone bidders must pay either by bank transfer prior to collection of lots or by credit/debit card, cheque or cash in person prior to collection of goods. Title and Collection of purchases: The ownership of any lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than four working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. If it becomes apparent that an item has been sold without good title or without authorisation then the buyer agrees to return the item promptly subject to being reimbursed any purchase costs and any reasonable expenses incurred in returning the item. If the buyer fails to return the item then if applicable the seller agrees to accept the hammer price achieved as recompense for the sale of the item. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases: If any lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these conditions or if there is any other breach of these conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) To proceed against you for damages for breach of contract (b) To rescind the sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you (c) To resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller (d) To remove, store and insure the lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere (e) To charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than four working days after the sale (f) To retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due (g) To reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted (h) To apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions Third party liability: All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale. Commission bids: Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction, and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. Warranty of title and availability: The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the

true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. See 7(4) above. 12. Agency: The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. Terms of sale: The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these conditions in their entirety and on the ‘Terms of consignment’ as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 14. Descriptions and condition: (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This condition is subject to the next following condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in ‘information to buyers’. (2) Private treaty sales made under these conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. (3) For the sake of clarification, section 14(5) of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 will not apply to any sale. 15. Forgeries: Notwithstanding the preceding condition, any lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer's premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these ‘Conditions of sale’. General: 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17. (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these conditions or of the ‘Terms of Consignment’ shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. Compensation will be paid to the seller for any damaged or lost items equivalent to the lower estimate of value (less any commission charges and other normal selling expenses) as agreed on entering the item for sale or as subsequently set by the valuer. In the event of dispute then the level of compensation payable will be referred to an independent expert for resolution. 22. English law applies to the interpretation of these conditions. 23. Online Bidding: Killens (trading as the Mendip Auction Rooms) offer an online bidding service via for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Killens (trading as the Mendip Auction Rooms) you: (1) authorise Killens (trading as the Mendip Auction Rooms) if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all charges, for items successfully purchased in the auction via, and


details to us through and agree that Killens (trading as the Mendip Auction Rooms) are entitled to ship the goodsto the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% charge plus VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price. Artist Resale Rights According to the European Union’s Artist’s Resale Rights Directive, which has been adopted by the United Kingdom, living artists and artists who died within 70 years prior to the date of the sale are entitled to receive a resale royalty each time their art work is sold by an art market professional in the European Union or United Kingdom, subject to certain conditions. The Mendip Auction Rooms will collect the resale royalty due to the artists or their estates from buyers of lots with a hammer price (excluding buyer’s premium and excluding VAT) in excess of €1000. Any purchaser of a lot to which Artist’s Resale Right applies will be charged the amount of the resale royalty, which will be added to the invoice. VAT is not payable on any royalty. The rate payable for items 0 to 50,000 is 4%. Contact the Auction Rooms for further rates.

Information for sellers 1.









Interpretation. In these Terms the words 'you', 'yours', etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller's authority to contract. Similarly the words ‘we', 'us', etc. refer to the Auctioneers. Commission For antique auctions is charged to sellers at 15% for single items selling for up to £1000 and thereafter at 10%, subject to a minimum of £3 per lot. All charges are subject to VAT. Removal and clearance costs. Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated deadline and at your expense. We are able to recommend individuals or companies who are able to collect and deliver items, and to carry out clearances at your request.In addition, for clearance there is a charge of £110 per ton for tipping. Loss and damage warranty. We are not regulated by the FSA for the provision of insurance to clients. However, we for our own protection assume liability for property consigned to us at lower pre-sale estimate. To justify accepting liability, we make a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT. Compensation will be paid to the seller for any damaged or lost items equivalent to the lower estimate of value (less any commission charges and other normal selling expenses) as agreed on entering the item for sale or as subsequently set by the valuer. In the event of dispute then the level of compensation payable will be referred to an independent expert for resolution. Illustrations. No charge is made for the cost of any illustrations. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue. Minimum bids and our discretion. Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 7. We may sell Lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. By default we assume you give us a “discretion” that we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve, unless you tell us otherwise when the reserve is agreed. Reserves. (a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and insurance charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment). (b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except in writing and with our consent. (c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally. Electrical items. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. Soft furnishings.







The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense.The rights of disposal referred to in clause 8 and 9 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection on request. Descriptions. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. Unsold items. If an item is unsold it may be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate. Withdrawn and bought in items, or where the reserve is changed. Any expense incurred prior to the printing of the catalogue will be charged to the client. After the catalogue has been printed these items incur charges comprising of the vendor’s commission, the buyer’s premium, the illustration cost, the insurance costs and other expenses relating to the item. These are calculated on our published high estimate, plus VAT. There is a minimum charge for withdrawal or reserve change of £15 per lot plus VAT. Conditions of Sale. You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of this undertaking. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain premium and interest. (a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. (b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply. Settlement. After sale settlement of the net sum due to you normally takes place 10 days after the sale (by crossed cheque to the seller) unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 10 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale.


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