Collectables – 25th may 2013

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
764 A Tunbridge Ware glove box inlaid with a view of Eridge Castle, a small Tunbridge Ware circular lidded pot and a rectangular Tunbridge Ware picture frame (3 items) 80 120
765 A Victorian circular bois urci plaque modelled with the half bust, side view of Prince Albert, 11.5cm diameter. 100 150
766 A pair of late 19th early 20th century Chinese cinnabar lacquered lidded vases, decorated with Dragons & lotus blossoms,both approx 20cm tall 250 350
767 A late 20th century German Democratic Republic yacht sextant by Freiberger Prazisionsmechank, complete with instructions and case 100 150
768 A collection of coins, to include two souvenir reproduction Roman coins, an 1896 Republica Mexicana silver coin, three Victoria 1887 silver double florins, a Victoria 1887 silver florin, a Victoria 1887 silver half crown, a Victorian silver 1887 silver shilling, a collection of small  Roman tokens/coins, badly eroded and a military badge also badly eroded 40 60
769 An early mahogany and brass double extending plate camera, with black tapering bellows, Thornton – Pickard ‘Time & Inst’ patent shutter, & brass adjustable lens, together with three plate holders, & wooden tripod 80 120
770 A 20th century brass gimble-type compass, stamped Type P4A No. 32850T, possibly from a 1930’s/40’s Lancaster or Hereford Bomber 60 80
771 A 19th century carved alabaster lion group of a lion and lioness in grappling pose, mounted on a shaped oval base, approximately 20 cm H x 26 cm L 50 60
772 An early 20th century Hessian and leather-bound travelling trunk with leather and brass handles and brass lock, with chequered interior, approximately 30 cm H x 50 cm W x 45 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 30 40
773 A miniature carved alabaster mosque on hand-painted square base, housed beneath a glass dome, 12 cm high – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
774 A 1920s Hydroplane speedboat bronze and teak wheel, 39cm diameter 40 50
775 A 19th century H.Carette of Paris mahogany-cased folding table viewed fitted with a single drawer, 10 cm H x 29.5 cm W x 35 cm diameter fully collapsed 60 80
776 Two 18th century Tibetan carved hardwood incense stands, both with circular ring-turned tops and square tapering bases both 11 cm H x 14.5 cm W 40 60
777 A 1920s Austrian ‘Billet Doux’ box, the leather exterior with gilt brass scrolling corners and knotted leather and brass handle with sliding lock, the interior lined in purple silk moire, with concertina extending action, stamped ‘Aug. Klein-Wein’ to underside, 5 cm H x 18.5 W cm x 6 D 40 60
778 An early 19th century Tole Ware spice box of cylindrical form, the domed lid with brass handle opening to reveal six wedge-shaped compartments, 20cm diameter 40 60
779 A horn handled ebonized walking stick, another similar walking stick and a horn handled rosewood walking cane with gold plated collar (3 items) 40 60
780 A Hardy Bros ‘The Gold Medal Rod’ split cane four piece fly fishing rod No. 246936, complete with case, together with a cane Hardy Bros rod holdall, marked’ Hardy Bros make Alnwick, England’, complete with bag 60 80
781 A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany and brass-bound magic lantern, with large 21cm diameter lens with wind-out slide holder and ivorine plaque for ‘City Sale and Exchange, Fleet Street, E.C’, 38 cm H x 30 cm W x 65 cm D together with a vintage glass slide entitled ’53 British Tanks Snow’. 80 120
782 A 1920s ‘Sparklets’ Ltd soda syphon, housed in a wire mesh case 20 30
783 A papier mache lacquered table-top letter rack decorated with Oriental figures, 15 cm H x 17 cm W x 8 cm D 15 20
784 A Chinese blue ground cloisonne bowl, signed to base, 19.5cm diameter on carved hardwood stand 80 100
785 A 1940s/1950s ‘Sparklets’ soda syphon in lattice-work metal cover 10 15
786 A J.Lancaster & Son 1895 Instantograph patent mahogany and brass plate camera, with red tapering bellows and Thornton-Pickard lens plus four plate holders 60 80
787 A 19th century Japanese carved ivory netsuke in the form of a boy and a dog reclining on a plinth, signed to base, 3.5cm long x 3.25cm high 100 150
788 A 19th century Japanese carved ivory netsuke in the form of a kneeling deer, signed to base, 3.5cm long x 3.5cm high 150 200
789 A collection of 19th century Indian and Oriental ivories comprised of four Japanese netsukes, a Japanese carved fishing boat (at fault), an Indian ivory carved figure of a gentleman and a carved ivory figure of rhino and camel (8 items) 150 200
790 A Meiji period Japanese ivory manju netsuke carved with a man wrestling with a large fish, 5.25cm diameter 100 150
791 A 19th century single barrelled percussion sporting gun with two stage pin, sighted barrel, a walnut stock with chequered hand grip, a scrolled, engraved lock, dolphin hammer and a pineapple fillialled trigger guard, approximately 123cm overall together with two turned mahogany barrel cleaning rods, one marked PB12 made in England, 92 cm L and 96 cm L 100 150
792 A collection of seven 20th century hand-painted decoy ducks to include mallard, Canadian goose etc, the largest 31 cm long – Part of a private collection 50 100
793 A fishing related montage of items to include fly rod and reel, Milward & Son lures, ‘An Introduction to Fly Fishing’ by L. Angried, ‘Allcocks Guide to Fishing Tackle’, vintage hooks to nylon plus other items all housed in a mahogany glazed cabinet – Part of a private collection 100 200
794 A late 19th century taxidermy study of a Tench with naturalistic background and bed with label to upper left, housed in a bow-fronted case, lacking glass, 35 cm H x 59 cm W x 15.5 cm D 100 200
795 A Hardy Bros. ‘Palakuna’ split cane 8ft, two piece fly rod numbered 246/36, with spare top section and Hardy Bros. sleeve – Part of a private collection 120 180
796 A Walker’s of Newcastle 9ft, three piece spilt cane fly rod, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 70 90
797 A Waterloo ‘Domino’ 9ft, three piece split cane fly rod, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 70 90
798 A Bernard and Son 9ft and 9ft 4ins, three piece split cane fly rod with alternative top sections, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 40 60
799 A Capella 7ft 6ins, two section split cane fishing rod, with sleeve and a 5ft 6ins, four section split cane fly rod (2 items) – Part of a private collection 30 40
800 A Sealey 10ft, three section split cane fly rod, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 20 30
801 A Hardy Bros. ‘Palakona’ Gold Medal 9ft 6ins and 9ft, three piece split cane fly rod with alternative top sections, inscribed ‘Made for Manton and Co. Culcutta’, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 100 150
802 An antique cane and greenheart 13ft fishing rod with three alternate top sections, with sleeve, and an antique 13ft, three section cane fishing rod, with sleeve (2 items) – Part of a private collection 30 40
803 A Masterfly 9ft, two section carbon fibre fly rod and a D.A.M ‘Quicksilver’, 9ft, two section fly rod with sleeve (2 items) – Part of a private collection 20 30
804 An antique L H Ironside of Beckenham 9ft, two section split cane sea fishing rod with sleeve, another antique 8ft 8ins, two section split cane sea fishing rod, with sleeve and a Butlers of Brighton 8ft 8ins, two section split cane fishing rod with sleeve (3 items) – Part of a private collection 40 60
805 An assortment of various fishing rods and rod sections, a folding landing net and a telescopic rod rest – Part of a private collection 10 20
806 Two fixed spool reels and an assortment of course fishing sundries – Part of a private collection 10 15
807 A quantity of fishing flies and assorted fly fishing sundries – Part of a private collection 10 20
808 Seven fly fishing reels with lines and two spare spools with lines – Part of a private collection 10 20
809 A collection of antique and vintage fishing reels comprised of a 3.5ins Nottingham star back reel with line guide, a 4.5ins Nottingham star back reel and one other 4.5ins Nottingham star back reel (at fault), a 3ins Milbor brass fishing reel, a brass fishing reel with crank handle, a Shakespeare pinvin centre pin reel, a 3ins metal fly reel with agate lined guide and a 3ins hardwood centre pin reel (8 items) – Part of a private collection 80 100
810 Four bottles on Moet & Chandon vintage 1953 champagne with commemorative labels for the Coronation 50 70
811 Five bottles of vintage champagne comprised on three bottles of Moet & Chandon, a bottle of Lanson and two bottles of 1945 Dry Monopole 40 60
812 Two vintage fishing related framed and glazed collections of hand-tied fishing flies, the first a montage of flies and lines in original packaging including Hardy Bros., Alexander Martin & Milwards, the second a collection of over 100 tied hand-made flies – Part of a private collection 45 55
813 A pair of late 19th/early 20th oak and iron-bound 12-spoke cartwheels, 83 cm diameter 35 45
814 A pair of late 19th/early 20th century oak and iron-bound 12-spoke cartwheels, 91cm diameter 35 45
815 A 20th century K6 red painted cast-iron public telephone box, designed by Sir Gilbert Scott, with wooden door and glazed panels, interior lacking, with original paperwork. (Cost of removal to be incurred by vendor. Andy Vater Transport, Heathfield has quoted £100 plus VAT for delivery within a 10 mile radius of the auction, please contact staff for details) 400 600
816 A mid-20th century exterior wooden framed, pillar-mounted Antique  Shop sign with plaque to top and swing board to centre, housed in a painted pine frame (reduced), 149 cm H x 76 cm W x 9.5 cm D 60 100
817 A 19th century shagreen cased draughtsman’s set by Gilbert & Co (London), to include ivory rules, brass protractor, dividers plus other items 80 120
818 A 19th century Thomason’s Patent two pillar design corkscrew, the brass barrel with applied coat of arms, with rosewood handle and brush, tip of worm lacking, 16 cm closed 50 80
819 A Victorian ivory aide memoire and pencil 10.5cm x 7cm, a turned bone seal and a 19th century Indian ivory paperknife with elephant finial (3 items) 100 150
820 An early 20th century bakelite and brass cased monocle, housed in tin case, a set of apothecary’s scales and weights, cased, two cut throat razors and two other items (6 items) 30 50
821 A Regency sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, the domed inlaid top opening to reveal two lidded caddy boxes with central mixing compartment, the ends fitted with brass lion mask ring-drop handles, raised on brass ball feet, 18.5 cm H x 31 cm W x 15 cm D 50 60
822 A lacquered brass monocular microscope by Ross, London, No. 3708, in a mahogany case, complete with various lenses and mirrors, mounted on a ‘Y’ shape base 250 350
823 A small early 20th century lacquered brass mirror reflective monoscope, complete with No’s 1,2 and 3 lenses, housed in a walnut case, 15cm closed together with a cased collection of 12 19th/20th century glass slides to include foot of spider, hair of bat, hair of cock-chafer etc and slides, both boxed 20 40
824 A 19th century brass and wooden-bound telescope, 89.5cm extended 40 60
825 A 20th century one piece ‘The Joe Davis Club Cue’ with ivorine plaque to butt, complete with cork-lined metal case, 147 cm long 30 50
826 A late 19th century lacquered hide Indo-Persian Dahl (shield) of convex form, the outer face fitted with four embossed, domed bosses, the surface decorated with polychrome designs of scrolling flowers and foliage, the inner decorated in red lacquer with gilt scrolling border, complete with rings and enarmes, approximately 46 cm Dia. 50 60
827 A 19th century turned boxwood spice tower of cylindrical form comprised of four compartments for Mace, Cloves, Ginger and Cinnamon, 21 cm H 50 80
828 A vintage black Bakelite GPO telephone No. 321L, with chrome dial, slide drawer and ‘Call Exchange’ button, fitted with modern BT connection 30 50
829 A carved turquoise figure of a seated Buddah, a small early 20th century carved ivory figure of an elephant (at fault), a carved bowenite figure of a seated Buddah and another of a dragon (4 items) 50 100
830 A Victorian inlaid vanity/writing box, the lid with mother-of-pearl cartouche enclosing silver-plated boxes and jars, cut-glass stoppered bottles, with secret drawer to side, 17 cm H x 30.5 cm W x 23 cm D 50 70
831 A small Victorian hand knotted green string purse, the neck of the purse suspended from two gold plated bars with mother of pearl bead terminals, held together with a fine gold plated chain and a gold plated seed pearl set ring, 11cm long, the purse containing an 1890 Victoria silver crown 70 100
832 A small Edwardian amber and silver plated eagle claw pipe, 8.5cm long, in original fitted velvet lined case, retailed by Mappin and Webb 50 70
833 A collection of sewing items comprised of an abalone inlaid tortoiseshell thread winder, a carved coquilla nut and bone tape measure, a carved coquilla nut and bone needle holder, an ivory thread winder, a carved wooden needle holder, a bone sail bodkin, an ivorine silver mounted ‘Pins’ box and two other items 30 50
834 A late Victorian elm carpenter’s brace with ebonised handle and shaped body, with brass mounts, one stamped A.Winters 30 50
835 A 1967 Angler’s Mail log book containing the earliest entry dated 17 June 1967 also with advert and records pages, together with a boxed J W Young & Sons Ltd ‘Condex’ fly fishing 8 cm reel 20 30
836 Eight 1960s hand-painted wooden fairground back-drop boards for ‘Beamful & Sons’, each board decorated with scrolling letters and stars in green, blue, red and yellow, approximately 200 cm H x 65 cm W 120 150
837 A Georgian rosewood sarcophagus-shaped tea caddy, the dome inlaid top opening to reveal two lidded caddy boxes and central mixing compartment with glass liner, the ends fitted with brass ring-drop handles, ornately pressed brass back plates and lozenge-shaped ivory escutcheon, approximately 18 cm H x 31 cm W x 16 cm D 80 100
838 A 20th century Charles I reproduction seal, depicting a seated King Charles with sceptre and orb flanked by Royal Crests and statuary, housed in a glazed case, seal 14cm diameter 20 30
839 An Oriental mahogany brass bound jewellery chest fitted with jadite panels, raised on bracket feet, 24 cm H x 17.5 cm W x 13.5 cm D 40 50
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