Fine Art Sale
on
8th April 2010 - Militaria, Coins & Medals
and
9th April 2010 - Collectors & Sporting Items


1.      AN ABORIGINAL BOOMERANG.
Shaped hardwood Boomerang of classical form, 24.5" overall length.
£100-150
2.      A GERMAN PARADE BAYONET.
Complete with scabbard and brown frog, by P & A with sword hilt protruding from an inverted triangle, Solingen inside. Plated 9.75" clean blade with red felt in bayonet slide, reverse swept quillion. Also a modern Gaucho knife by an Argentinian maker with decorative scabbard of horse and cow heads£40-50
3.      A W W 11 GERMAN CAST PLAQUE.
12.375" wide by 14.5" high with Eagle and Landrat (Magistrate) below in red and black with silver edging£50-80
4.      A HORN DOGHEAD SWORDSTICK.
A german swordstick with dogs head hilt and cane scabbard. Blade 26.5" long marked Solingen, hilt of carved horn with eyes inset.£150-200
5.      AN OFFICERS R WELSH FUSILIERS TUNIC.
Militia M on epaulettes with Lt's pips, gilt buttons, some moth damage.£40-60
6.      A De-ACTIVATED .303 RIFLE.
A Great War period .303 rifle with de-activation certificate.£100-150
7.      KUKRI, SHEATH KNIFE etc
A Military Kukri and scabbard, Rodgers Sheath Knife with double edged-blade and an Army Jacknife. Slouch Hat, Scottish bonnet and Binoculars (Capt H Palmer 25th Cavalry on case), Flag etc£60-80
8.      A GEORGIAN WARRANT OFFICER OR MIDSHIPMANS SWORD.
Thin 25" straight single-edged blade with 3/4 fuller, gilt hilt and anchor devices to the quillions. Stirrup hilt with leather and wire bound grip.£120-150
9.      A WARRANT OFFICERS NAVAL SWORD.
19thC Warrant Officers sword and scabbard, with gilt knucle bow and wire bound grip. Straight 26.25" blade with full length fuller, brass and leather scabbard.£120-150
10.     A 1750 PERIOD CAVALRY SWORD.
A Cavalry Sword similar in detail to the 1742 Pattern with loop and guard altered from original issue. 38.25" blade with small and larger fullers. Brass hilt with leather grip wrapped in wire, 44.3/4" overall length.£500-600
11.     A GEORGIAN NAVAL OFFICERS FIGHTING SWORD.
Stirrup hilt with lions head pommel, black wooden grip. Langets have fouled anchor devices, one drilled for a locking pin. 28" curved single-edged blade, with large fuller from the hilt to almost the tip. Probably for a naval officer in the rank of Lieutenant, a private purchase fighting sword, C1790's.£250-300
12.     A GEORGIAN NAVAL DIRK.
Full length fuller on 14" partially decorated blade, coppered quillions and hilt mount.£100-120
13.     A GEORGE V1 PAGES SWORD.
A pages sword possibly for the Coronation, complete with sword knot and scabbard. White hilt and scabbard with brass mounts, clean partially etched 22.5" blade.£100-150
14.     A GEORGE V MAMELUKE SWORD.
Army & Navy Co-operative Society, 105 Victoria Street, SW, foilage etc on the 32" curved blade. Leather field scabbard, with leather plaited sword knot attached to the hilt.£400-500
15.     A NAVAL DIRK.
A Georgian Naval Dirk with curved 12.5" blade, gilt lions head pommel and ivory grip. Partial leather scabbard lacking throat mount.£150-200
16.     A 1796 INFANTRY OFFICERS SWORD.
Gilt hilt with folding shell guard, 32.25" straight blade with single fuller.£100-150
17.     A 19thC CHINESE BANNER.
Gold bullion edged with red silk decorated with various characters, 75" high by 20" wide. Family provenance has it being captured in the 1860's during the second China War. £100-200
18.     A PERCUSSION PISTOL.
A centre-fire percussion pocket pistol with trun0ff 2 3/4" barrel, 7 3/4" overall length. In need of replacement trigger screw/pin£60-80
19.     A PERCUSSION PISTOL.
A large bore percussion pistol with 5 3/4" barrel, swivel ramrod, overall length 11 3/4".£80-100
20.     A NORTH AFRICAN RIFLE.
Flintlock action from a French maker, with MOP inset in the stock. Octagonal 49" barrel , 62" overall length, as found.£80-120
21.     A VICTORIAN SWORDSTICK.
With a Horn and Silver collared hilt HM Birmingham 1892. 27.5" diamond pattern blade, in wooden scabbard.£80-100
22.     A SPANISH MIQUELET RIFLE.
Made by the well known Spanish Gunmaker Astiazaran of Ribas, C1780-1800. With gold plates inset in the top of the octagonal/round 36.5" barrel. A cross above Fabrica, Astiazaran, above a rampant lion. Also the makers name inset in the trigger guard. Steel mounts and action with engraved name Astiazaran on the lockplate. 52" overall length.
See Illustration.£1500-1800
23.     A PERCUSSION WALKING STICK SHOTGUN.
Complete with shoulderstock attached by a butterfly coupling method taking half a turn only. Steel 27.5" screw off barrel, with underslung trigger, nipple and cap. 44.5" overall length.£300-500
24.     A BRASS BARRELLED BLUNDERBUSS.
A Flintlock brass Blunderbuss with Inman the name engraved on the steel lock,. The only Inman I found was (Francis), he was working in Birmingham C1776-1781, though there could well be other/s unknown to me. 15.25" brass barrel with brass furniture. 31" overall length.£500-700
25.     A FLINTLOCK PISTOL.
Brass barrelled Flintlock centre-hammer pistol with 2.75" turnoff barrel. No makers name but carries London Proof Marks. Queen Anne style with brass action and steel trigger guard, 8" overall length.
See Illustration£300-350
26.     A BRACE OF 'JOINER' FLINTLOCK PISTOLS.
Queen Anne style with Silver inlaid butts, turnoff barrels and centre-action. Both approximately 8" overall length. The makers name and London are engraved on the lockplates and retaining plate.
See Illustration.£600-800
27.     A DERRINGER PISTOL.
A four barrel Derringer pistol in the Sharps style, with single trigger and drop forward loading facility.£200-300
28.     A 12B OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN.
Armi-Tecniche by Emilio Rizzini No 33269 with engraved action and 27" barrels.
*Sac/Rfd rqd*.£200-300
29.     AN AIR RIFLE.
A BSA.177 Air Rifle.£30-40
30.     A GERMAN KRIEGSMARINE DAGGER.
Fouled Anchor decorated blade by Carl Eickhorn with swordknot attached and brass scabbard.
See Illustration£200-300
31.     A BRASS TELESCOPE.
Three drawer Telescope maker J H Steward of London together with a smaller two drawer telescope, both as found.
32.     GERMAN CLOTH AND METAL BADGES.
A cloth circular Armband with embroidered void swaztika and party badges etc pinned on. A leather Mapcase and another soldiers case, silk map of France Belgium, C & D.£50-70
33.     AN GERMAN ARMBAND.
Black with silver edging SS-Polizei-Division 19" x 1".£80-120
34.     A FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH OF LT COL HUGH SAVAGE.
18" x 25" Photograph in large Oak period frame, with plaque below. Presented to Lt Colonel Hugh Savage. By the Officers, non commissioned officers and gunners of the Bangor Company of the 1st C & C.A.V as a mark of their sincere congratulations upon the occasion of Lt Col'l Savages promotion to his rank and his obtainment of. Her Majesty's decoration as a reward for over 21 years faithful service, Bangor May 3 1893.£40-60
35.     A ROYAL MARINES HELMET.
Kings crown with gilt and enamel officers badge, in a Jappaned tin. £60-100
36.     A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN BAYONET.
Model V2 24 as issued to the Wehrmacht during occupation.£20-30
37.     A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN BAYONET.
Model V2 24 manufactured during the occupation by the Wehrmacht.£20-30
38.     A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN BAYONET
Model V2 33, modified for Wehrmacht usage under Nazi occupation.£20-30
39.     A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN BAYONET.
A model V2 24 bayonet manufactured during Nazi occupation, with scabbard.£20-30
40.     THREE AMERICAN FIGHTING KNIVES.
One issued with plastic grips and clip fittings, the other two with leather washers for grips. One scabbard only£30-40
41.     A COURT SWORD.
Gilt decorated hilt with scabbard of gilt and leather. Some light rusting to the plated 32" blade marked J B Johnstone of London & Dublin.£60-80
42.     A 3rd PATTERN COMMANDO DAGGER.
Blackened double-edged blade with cast ringed hilt and original scabbard. The property of a former Commando Officer.£70-90
43.     A 3rd PATTERN COMMANDO DAGGER.
A 3rd Pattern Commando dagger with shortened tip, in its original scabbard.£50-70
44.     A MILITARY/NAVAL THEME PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM.
Taken in the 1920's of Ships in Japan, Manila, Hong Kong etc. Yokohama one year after the 1923 Earthquake and Canada amongst other. Most names and identification of ships and places are recorded. £50-70
45.     A BRACE OF FLINTLOCK PISTOLS.
East India Co markings for the Nazim of Hyderabad's Bodyguard, Circa 1800. English proof marks and Arsenal markings to the 8 3/4" barrels. Brass furniture and swivel ramrods, one pistol marked MG-00 on backplate. 15.5" overall length. Purchased through Holland and Holland in the early 1980's with various letters of provenance etc.
See Illustration£900-1100
46.     A SWORDSTICK.
Fluted wood hilt and scabbard, 24"single-edged blade.£60-80
47.     A VICTORIAN ARTILLERY OFFICERS SWORD.
Steel three bar hilt with single-edged 32.5" blade and steel scabbard. The blade is etched with VR cypher, foilage decoration and Devon Artillery£300-350
48.     AN OFFICERS ROYAL MARINE ARTILLERY SWORD.
A Royal Marine Artillery Officers sword complete with steel scabbard. Single-edged 34.5" blade with Royal Marine Artillery etched on it.£400-450
49.     A VOLUNTEER (WELSH REGT) OFFICERS SWORD.
A Victorian 1897 pattern Officers sword, complete with steel scabbard. Blade of 33" length, etched with 1st Volunteer Battn Welsh Regt, amid VR cypher and Samuel Bros outfitters, etc.£350-400
50.     A VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY (ANGLESEY) OFFICERS SWORD.
A Victorian Officers sword with leather scabbard by C Smith & Son of Piccadilly London. Single-edged 32.75" blade with 2nd Anglesey Volunteer Artillery etched amid the foilage etc, decoration.£300-350
51.     A PIPE BACK 1821 PATTERN OFFICERS SWORD.
VR cypher on the pipeback 35.25" single-edged curved blade. Three bar hilt complete with scabbard.£350-400
52.     AN OFFICERS 1912 PATTERN SWORD.
A 1912 pattern Cavalry Officers sword with decorative hilt, 34.5" blade with GVR cypher. Complete with a leather scabbard.£360-400
53.     A VICTORIAN OFFICERS SWORD.
A Royal Artillery three bar hilt sword by Wilkinson, purchased by Walter Neville Lockyer. Family Crest and purchasers name is etched onto the 34.5" blade. Col W N Lockyer was born in 1849, commisioned 2/Lt RA 1869. Serving in India from 1870 becoming later Chief Inspector of Small Arms at Woolwich in 1896 before his retirement. Wilkinsons records show he purchased the sword in 1869. Number 16337. £350-400
54.     AN 1882 TROOPERS SWORD.
Marked HFB3 on the steel backstrap, pierced guard by Robert Mole and Sons of Birmingham. Chequered rivetted grip with markings including 10/85 and WD, 33" blade in steel scabbard.£300-350
55.     A ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE OFFICERS SWORD.
Kings crown cypher with fouled anchor decoration, clean 31.5" blade marked RNR in leather and brass scabbard, complete with sword knot.£430-480
56.     A VICTORIAN OFFICERS SWORD.
1845 pattern with brass hilt and VR cypher inset, single-edged 32.5" blade. 1st C L E and Thomas Rayner-Band Master. Again VR cypher and etched decoration including a cannon on the blade, with a scabbard£250-300
57.     A NAVAL SWORD C1914-18.
Master at Arms or Warrant Officers pattern with fouled anchor device and decoration. 31.75" blade with gilt hilt and leather and gilt mounts scabbard.£350-450
58.     A SCOTTISH BROADSWORD.
A reserve officers sword with double edged and threequarter fullered straight blade, decorated with thistles etc. Pierced hilt with swirl pattern decoration, in a brown leather scabbard.£550-650
59.     A ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS OFFICERS SWORD.
George V period RAMC officers sword with brass hilt and brown and leather scabbard. Blade etched with In Arcadus Fideles amid foilage etc. Maker Mc Clymont Dewar & Co, 9 Little St, Abercrombie St, Glasgow.£350-450
60.     AN IRISH GUARDS OFFICERS SWORD.
An 1854 pattern Irish Guards Officers sword with steel hilt and badge. 32.5" blade that has H C Bygott etched towards the hilt, complete with scabbard. Serving with the 2/1st Staffordshire Yeomanry Hugh Bygott was commissioned into the Reserve Household Battalion as a 2/Lt after being wounded in 1916. The son of a Vicar he was educated at Rossall School. £450-550
61.     A 19THC FRENCH SIDEARM.
Heavy 23.25" single-edged curved blade with Rooster pommel and lion mask quillion ending in animal heads, no scabbard.£60-80
62.     AN 1897 PATTERN OFFICERS SWORD.
GV cypher on the blade which like the hilt is rust damaged. Also a North African dagger.£50-70
63.     A TROOPERS SWORD.
A 1908 pattern Cavalry sword in need of renovation, lacking a scabbard.£50-70
64.     A GENTLEMANS SMALLSWORD.
Mother of pearl hilt with gilded mounts, Maltese crown in guard, 30.25" blade, lacking a scabbard.£60-80
65.     A 1796 PATTERN SWORD.
Light infantry officers sword with very clean blade, metal scabbard, loose hilt requiring renovation.£100-150
66.     AN OVER & UNDER MERKEL 12B.
An Over and Under by Merkel of Germany which has little or no usage. Number 165634 with ornate hunting scenes on the action. 28" barrels used only twice since purchased.
*Sac/Rfd rqd.*£800-1000
67.     A SEMI-AUTOMATIC 12B.
A Remington Semi-Automatic 12B No N66022V. Set up for a left-handed person with four different chokes available, with 25" barrel.
*Sac/Rfd rqd*£200-300
68.     A BLACK POWDER PERCUSSION 20 BORE.
A modern muzzle loading 20B by Thompson of Centre Arms, New Hampshire with 29" barrel.*(A Black Powder or RFD Certificate required for purchase)*£80-120
69.     A .410 BAIKAL SHOTGUN.
A Single-Barrel modern .410 with 26.5" barrel.
*Sac/Rfd rqd*.£30-40
70.     A FOLDING .410 SHOTGUN.
A Belgian made folding .410 single-barrel (28") shotgun. Number 6284/14.
*Sac/Rfd rqd*£30-40
71.     A 12B SHOTGUN.
A Boxlock Ejector Master No 130929 side-by-side 12B Shotgun with 27.5" barrels.
*Sac/Rfd rqd*£100-150
72.     A LAURONA 12B SHOTGUN
Side-by-side Boxlock non ejector No 83038.£60-80
73.     A .410 BORE BOLT ACTION SHOTGUN.
Converted from a Military .303 Rifle to .410, with proof markings on the barrel. No 5564P620.
*Sac/Rfd rqd*£50-80
74.     A VICTORIAN OFFICERS SWORD.
A 19thC three bar hilt officers sword, 32.25" curved blade, in a steel scabbard.£80-100
75.     A BSA .22 RIFLE.
BSA's Sportsman Five .22 Bolt Action Rifle No K49875.
*Fac/Rfd rqd*.£50-70
76.     A 12B BY THE MIDLAND GUN Co.
28" barrels a Boxlock Non Ejector model, No 112549.
*Sac/Rfd rqd*.£100-150
77.     A LUFTWAFFE MAP.
Waterproofed cloth map of the Mediterranean Area dated 1938.£60-80
78.     A THROWING CLUB.
An Aboriginal 19thC hardwood throwing club of tapered form, 26.5" in length. £100-150
79.     A 19thC FIJIAN WAR CLUB
A 19thC hardwood Fijian Warclub, with partially carved head. 36.75" overall length with spur top.
See Illustration£200-300
80.     A NAVAL OFFICERS SWORD AND BELT.
A Royal Navy Officers dress sword with scabbard and leather belt and straps. A slim pattern blade with foilage and GV1 cypher. Brass and leather mounted scabbard, sword knot fixed to the hilt.£200-300
81.     A WEST SOMERSET YEOMANRY BRASS DISH.
A trench art brass dish with WSY and Ayrshire Yeomanry badges engraved. Also bullets/ball ammunition from battlefields including Waterloo.£30-40
82.     AN OLD WALKING STICK AND A PITH HELMET.
A 19thC hardwood walking stick with African Head handle. Splits in the wood are evident 45" overall length. Together with a Solar helmet of similar age.£50-70
83.     A SCOTTISH BROADSWORD.
GV period Kings Own Scottish Borderers Broadsword by Wilkinsons of Pall Mall. Complete with basket hilt and leather and felt inner guard. Straight double-edged numbered blade 51381, with thistle decoration. The hilt has rust coverage, the first part of the blade has severe rusting, the remainder is clean. Brown leather field service scabbard, with some rust to the plated chafe.£200-300
84.     NAVAL SWORD AND SCABBARD.
Victorian Naval Officers sword and scabbard with dress knot. Folding guard with Victorian cypher in hilt, also on blade where there are rust patches.£100-150
85.     A SAXON FUSILIERS 19thC SIDEARM.
Brass hilt with reverse quillions and machete style 19" blade. Quillions stamped 105.R.10.63. Scabbard of brass and leather stamped 102.R.12.84. £60-80
86.     A MASONIC SWORD.
In an original cloth case similar to a fishing rod case. Quillion contained at case neck, Spencer & Co London on the decorative blade, complete with scabbard£50-70
87.     A FLINTLOCK SPORTING GUN.
C1800 Flintlock sporting gun with gold plate atop the octagonal 28.25" barrel, a running stag above the initials W G. Fullstock with chequered decoration to pistol grip etc, metal and wooden trigger guard. Ramrod present with cheekpiece on the stock, 43.5" overall length. £1400-1600
88.     A POW SCOTS GUARDS OFFICERS WARTIME JOURNAL.
The journal of Lt E L T Cumming taken prisoner at Carocetto Italy on Feb 10th 1944. Subsequent transfer to Olag 79 Brunswick Germany and details of life in the camps are well written. The stepson of Lt General R M Weeks CBE.DSO.MC.TD and the former Mrs Cumming his mother, both of whom appeared in a vision when he was captured. £70-100
89.     A BOWIE KNIFE AND A COMMANDO DAGGER.
A Bowie knife by John Watts of Sheffield England, in a leather scabbard, 5 3/4" blade, staghorn hilt. A 3rd pattern Fairburn-Sykes fighting knife with shortened tip, blade 6 5/8" overall length in a leather scabbard. Also a wooden truncheon.£60-100
90.     AN OFFICERS SWORD & SCABBARD.
Infantry pattern sword GV cypher by Gaunt & Son ltd, late Edward Murkle London and Birmingham. Name etched on the blade, Benjamin Hansford CB HML. In brown leather scabbard with sword knot. Col Sir Benjamin Hansford KCB a Lt of the City of London. Capt Kings Rifle Brigade and later commanded 54th City of London Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regt. CB civil 1913, KCB civil 1939.£120-150
91.     A GREAT WAR DIARY OF AN OFFICER IN THE 8th DEVONS.
Original Diaries and personal letters relating to Mjr H R Jordan, who was wounded before the 1st July attack where the 8th Devons took heavy casualties. An insight into his military career, friends and brother officers lost in the conflict. Humphrey Robertson Jordan joined the Devons as a 2nd Lt 20th Sept 1914. C Company F & F from July 25th 1915, his original commission document, Trench Maps and earlier diaries are present. After war passports and documentation are with the lot, all in a valise.
Extract from a fellow officers letter 28/06/1916 to Jordan in Hospital. At present the rain just pours down and we go in tonight and away forward tomorrow. I was up in the trenches yesterday and our guns are giving the Boche utter hell. You cannot simply compare Sept last with this. I hope and also feel confident of the best results & platoons of your C Company went up this morning. The Gen is full of good cheer etc. A pencil addition states 'Very much regret to say Gethin was killed in the trenches today by shell & Cpl Jordan wounded in the chin, 28th/6/1916. The battalion had three officers killed with 47 men killed or missing. With a further seven officers and one hundred and fifty-one men wounded, during the attack on The First Day of the Battle of the Somme 1/7/1916.£200-300
92.     A BRONZED MILITARY FIGURE.
A Paratrooper and his Alsatian dog, standing 11 3/4" high.£30-40
93.     A SILVER MOUNTED KUKRI.
A wooden hilt with single-edged 12.5" blade of classical shape. Wooden and leather covered scabbard heavily decorated with silver mounts. Foilage and swirl patterns at the throat, plain then swirl etc patterns at the bottom chape mount. 18.25" overall length.£150-250
94.     A SILVER MOUNTED KUKRI.
Eastern Silver patterned hilt of different designs, single-edged light 10.75" blade. Scabbard again decorated with ornate foilage designs and chain mount at the throat. Bottom chape mount partially plain and then swirl patterns. 15.5" overall length.
£150-200
95.     TWO NATIVE PADDLES.
Carved hardwood native paddles, 63.5" & 66.5" respectively, the longer paddle has some loss to both edges.£50-70
96.     MILITARY UNIFORMS.
Mess Dress Tunic, Blues, Service Tunic etc, all worn by Mjr G G F F Greville DSO of the HLI. serving in both World Wars, Mjr Greville was firstly in the Leinsters, transferring to the HLI after 1922. DSO LG 8/3/1919 whilst attached to the R Inniskilling Fus. 'For marked Gallantry on the 3rd & 17th October-capturing over 250 prisoners' etc.£50-70
97.     A GERMAN BAYONET.
Dress bayonet with 9.5" blade by E Pack & Sohne of Solingen. Chequered Hilt with damage to one side in a steel scabbard missing frog mount. A Kukri, a Sheath knife etc are in the lot£50-70
98.     FRAMED BRASS BISMARK PLAQUE.
A large framed 19thC brass portrait of Otto Von Bismark, 12.75" x 16".£50-80
99.     A D/B .410 SHOTGUN.
Most likely Belgian made No 28, Hammer actions.
*Sac/Rfd rqd*£70-100
100.    AN SA DAGGER.
An SA dagger and scabbard with makers mark J P Sauer & Sohn of Suhl, est 1751. Bo stamped on the crossguard, clean blade with SA motto. £150-250
101.    A DE-ACTIVATED BREN GUN.
A Bren Mk 11 with 24" barrel, Canadian in origin with De-Activation certificate.£250-300
102.    A DE-ACTIVATED STIRLING SUB MACHINE GUN.
A Sterling Mk 111 sub-machine gun with De-Activation certificate.£200-250
103.    A TONGAN WAR CLUB.
A late 18th/ early19thC Hardwood Club of Tongan origins. Fluted head with carved wood decoration in the banded style. Tapering form with plain handle 31.5" overall length.
See Illustration.£300-500
104.    A BRITISH BAYONET.
A UK issued No 5 bayonet and scabbard with webbing frog, from a Stirling S-M Gun.£20-30
105.    A FRAMED SLI PHOTOGRAPH 7th MORTAR PLATOON.
Named below with (8) members of the Platoon not surviving the war.
5675576 Pte Maurice Charles Clifford Hawkins 30/10/1941 aged 24
218887 Lt F Schulz RAMC (Czechoslovaki) 3/2/1942 aged 29.
5674687 Pte Patrick Lawrence Alfred Rodd 9/10/1942 aged 23
5678915 Pte Ronald Oldfield 7/8/1944 aged 29
5335932 L/Sgt George Francis William Buckner 10/08/1944 aged 28
5677080 L/Sgt Reginald James Lavender Penny 17/2/1945 aged 27
5676107 Pte Ronald Walter Sadd 9/3/1945 aged 28.
All 30 members are named in the photograph.
106.    A USA BAYONET.
An M1 bayonet complete with scabbard. £20-30
107.    A .22 BRNO RIFLE WITH SCOPE.
A BRNO .22 Bolt Action rifle No 338052, fitted with a 3 x 9 x 40 Telescopic Sight.
*Fac/Rfd rqd*£80-120
108.    PAPERWORK etc TO LT COLONEL POOLE. OBE.MC.
Copies of various paperwork issued during the second World War, from Montgomery, Eisenhower, Crerar, etc. Letters to Lt Col Poole from various units, often Canadian thanking or congratulating him upon awards etc.£40-60
109.    KIPLING & KING HEADRESS BADGES VOLS 1 & 11.
These two volumes plus 9 others on Badges and Medals etc including Gordons Battles and Medals. (11)£50-80
110.    AN AMERICAN AEROPLANE CLOCK.
Probably dating from the 1920/30's by the Boston Clock Co, Boston USA. Brass with secondary dial 3.3/4" diameter mounted on a wooden propellor style plinth by three screws.£60-80
111.    CARVED ISLAND SPEARS.
Seven Islanders carved wooden spears with intricate designs, in the form of South Sea etc, Paddle shaped spears. Late 19th early 20thC examples in various lengths, as found.£250-300
112.    A 19thC FRENCH CAVALRY SWORD.
A Sabre de Cavalerie de Ligne (Currassier) with Manufacturer Klugenthal 1813 on the back of the 37.75" double fullered blade. Markings to both the brass hilt/blade with a steel scabbard.£250-300
113.    A PERCUSSION SPORTING GUN.
A single barrelled Continental Sporting Gun, 49.5" overall length.£75-100
114.    A CONTINENTAL SWORD.
Brass stirrup hilt and brass mounted scabbard. Single edged curved blade, with indecipherable inscription etched, 33.75" long.£200-300
115.    A SPANISH COLONIAL DIRK.
18th/19thC style horn handled dirk with scabbard. Reverse swept quillions and finger ring, 17.375" overall length, leather scabbard.£100-150
116.    A BOWIE KNIFE
Marked I X L on the 10.5" heavy blade, nickel-steel quillion and rivetted horn hilt, with leather scabbard.£200-300
117.    A BOWIE KNIFE.
Rivetted wooden hilt with straight quillion and Sheffield visible on the 8.25" blade, leather and metal scabbard.£100-150
118.    A LAPLANDER's KNIFE.
Wooden hilt with crude 6.5" blade, bone decorated and leather scabbard. A Spanish fighting knife with 51Bessets Thief on the fluted 5.75" blade, and a locknife. (3)£100-120
119.    A DERRINGER.
A .41 Calibre Derringer manufactured by the Merrimack Arms Manufacturing Co of Newbury Port Mass. USA. Brass frame with wooden two-piece grips and 2.375" barrel.£80-120
120.    A TSUBA AND FUCHI.
A Shakudo Tsuba and Fuchi, black with gold decorated finish. Tsuba has mythical beasts, birds and foilage, Fuchi with black background and gold Dragon decoration.£60-100
121.    A VICTORIAN OFFICERS FULL DRESS BELT.
Silver bullion waist/sword belt with red leather and clasp, sash in same trim and cloth sashes. General pattern clasp Crown under a Lion, with sword straps.£70-100
122.    A WW11 PERIOD BOSUNS WHISTLE.
Together with Naval issue Jacknives, shrapnel etc, from a sailor on HMS Newfoundland. (A Cruiser)£40-60
123.    HMS NEWFOUNDLAND EPHEMERA.
Crossing the line and the Japanese surrender scrolls, paperwork and pennants etc, to a sailor on HMS Newfoundland in WW11.£50-70
124.    WW11 PERIOD SAILORS RIG.
Hammock, Kit Bag and uniform items including headwear, to a sailor who served on HMS Newfoundland.£60-80
125.    A CONTINENTAL OFFICERS SWORD.
Brass hilted Lions head pommel with red eyes, ornate stirrup hilt of acorns and crossed swords and lion headed quillion end. Single-edged curved blade 34" in length. £80-100
126.    A CONTINENTAL SABRE.
A 19thC troopers sabre with steel three bar hilt and 36" single-edged cuved blade.£50-70
127.    A CONTINENTAL SABRE.
A 19thC Troopers Sabre with steel three bar hilt and 36" single-edged curved blade.£50-70
128.    A .22 AIR RIFLE.
A Weirauch HW90 model Air Rifle with break-barrel loading action.£70-80
129.    A 12B SHOTGUN BY G F LEWIS A side by side 12B shotgun by G F Lewis of Birmingham. Sleeved 28" barrels, in a Leg of Mutton leather case, No 8441.
*Sac/rfd rqd* £100-150
130.    A WAKASASHI IN SHIRA-SAYA MOUNTS.
A Wakasashi blade of 17.75" length, with ornate silver habaki. Cut down from a sword blade, with unsigned tang.
131.    A SAMURAI FOOT SOLDIERS HELMET.
A Samurai foot soldiers helmet of 15.75" diameter, in slightly conical form. A mon to the front, complete with padded headmount and strap.
132.    MILITARY PHOTOGRAPHS.
Including a framed image of 2 Lt G S D Carver (formerly Pte 3rd Devons) KIA 1/7/1916. Together with other Military and Masonic etc, portraits and group shots. £40-60
133.    A MARTINI-HENRI BAYONET & SCABBARD.
Both blade and scabbard with various markings including WD and broad arrows.£40-60
134.    A GEM AIR RIFLE.
Marked Gem b and Made in Germany with crossed rifles mark, in need of some tightening up etc.£50-80
135.    A 1746 PATTERN HANGER.
Brass hilt and heartshaped guard with single-edged curved 28 3/4" blade, three quarter length fuller. Blade bears no makers name though there is a device over a one or I letter. Wooden grip with leather and metal scabbard. £100-150
136.    A Parang and a Swordstick. as found.£80-120
137.    A Military Compass by S Mordan & Co 1918£40-60
138.    A De-Activated Bren Gun with Certificate.£200-300
139.    A De-activated Uzi Sub-Machine Gun with Certificate.£200-300
140.    A De-Activated Hotchkiss Machine Gun and Certificate£200-300
141.    A De-Activate Nagant Rifle with Certificate.£100-150
142.    A De-Activated Tokalev Pistol and Holster with Certificate.£100-150
143.    A VICTORIAN OFFICERS SWORD.
A Victorian Rifle Regiments Officers sword, with bugle device in the hilt. Single-edged blade of some 35" marked J Ascher of 28 The Strand london, again with bugle in the etched decoration. Steel and leather scabbard.£325-375
144.    A 12B D/B Shotgun No 0414 *Sac/Rfd rqd*.£50-80
145.    Haenel .177 Air rifle and Canvas Slip£50-70
146.    An Imperial Navy German Officer's Sword and Scabbard£150-250
150.    A CASED TEUTONIC ORDER.
Austrian Teutonic Order of the Marianer Cross in its original case.£70-100
151.    A CASED ETHIOPIAN AWARD.
3rd Class Star of Ethiopia (Gilt) neck badge, in its original case of issue.£70-100
152.    A SHOULDER BELT PLATE.
A 60th Royal American later Kings Royal Rifle Corps shoulder belt in silver coloured metal. Oval with 60 inside the garter, surmounted with the Kings Crown C1800 in style.£350-450
153.    A POSTAL UNION £1 STAMP IN GOLD.
A Royal Mint replica HM in 916 ct and numbered 2880 with case and certificate. Issued by the Royal Mint in 1974, the centenary £250-300
154.    A SILVER AOF MERIT AWARD.
An ornate HM Silver Cross with coronet and stag mounted above. 3.5/8" high with strung horn in the centre, legend reads Merit and A.O.F in surrounding rings.£50-70
155.    A GOLD SOVEREIGN.
A William 1V Sovereign dated 1837.£200-300
156.    A HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A George 1111 Half-Sovereign dated 1825.£60-80
157.    (3) GEORGE 111 SILVER CROWNS.
An 1818 and 1819 x 2 in worn condition.£30-40
158.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Victorian Sovereign with date 1868, die No 32.£130-150
159.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Victorian Sovereign dated 1869, die No 62.£130-160
160.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Victorian Sovereign dated 1874 with M below bust.£130-150
161.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Victorian Sovereign dated 1881, S below wreath.£120-150
162.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Golden Jubilee Victorian Sovereign dated 1887.£120-150
163.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Golden Jubilee Sovereign dated 1887.£120-150
164.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Golden Jubilee Sovereign dated 1887.£120-150
165.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1889£120-150
166.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1892£120-150
167.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Half-Sovereign dated 1870.£45-55
168.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Half-Sovereign dated 1872, die No 170.£60-80
169.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Victorian Half-Sovereign dated 1883.£45-55
170.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Half-Sovereign dated 1884.£45-55
171.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Golden Jubilee 1887 Half-Sovereign.£50-60
172.    A VICTORIAN HALF SOVEREIGN.
Dated 1892 with no J E B initials on truncation.£80-100
173.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Half-Sovereign dated 1892 with no initials in the truncation.£80-100
174.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Half-Sovereign dated 1892 with no initials in the truncation.£80-100
175.    GEORGE 1111 CROWN PIECES.
(2) Geo 1111 Crown pieces dated 1821. Also (2) Halfcrowns of 1825/26 respectively. (4 in total).£30-40
176.    VICTORIAN CROWN PIECES.
(3) Victorian Crowns dated 1844/1845 x 2.£60-80
177.    VICTORIAN CROWN PIECES.
(3) Victorian Crown Pieces of 1889 dated issue.£30-40
178.    A 1927 WREATH CROWN.
A George V Wreath Proof Crown piece dated 1927.£120-150
179.    VICTORIAN ISSUE DOUBLE FLORINS.
(5) Double Florins of Victorian issue, dated 1887 x 3 and 1889/1890 respectively.£50-80
180.    GEORGE 111 HALFCROWN PIECES.
(2) George 111 Halfcrowns dated 1817/1819 also A George 1111 Halfcrown dated 1823. (3 in total).£40-60
181.    A WILLIAM 1V HALFCROWN PIECE.
A William 1V Hafcrown piece dated 1834. £30-40
182.    TWO VICTORIAN HALFCROWN PIECES.
Victorian Halfcrown pieces dated 1876 and 1883 respectively.£30-40
183.    THREE VICTORIAN HALFCROWN PIECES.
Victorian Golden Jubilee Halfcrowns dated 1887 (3).£30-40
184.    VICTORIAN HALFCROWNS.
(4) Victorian Golden Jubilee Halfcrowns dated 1887.£30-40
185.    HALFCROWN PIECES.
A Victorian Halfcrown dated 1892, George V dated 1916 and a GV1 1937 Halfcrown. (3)
£30-40
186.    TWO FLORIN PIECES.
A Victorian 1853 pattern Florin dated MDCCCLXXX1V (1884). Also a George V 1916 dated 2/- piece.£30-40
187.    GOLDEN JUBILEE FLORINS.
(7) Victorian Golden Jubilee Florins dated 1887.£30-40
188.    19thC SHILLING PIECES.
George 111 and George 1111 also William 1V one shilling pieces, dates ranging between 1816 and 1834. (7) All in worn condition.£30-50
189.    VICTORIAN SHILLING PIECES.
Four Victorian Shilling pieces of 1853/73/77/83.£30-40
190.    VICTORIAN SHILLING PIECES.
(10) 1887 dated Golden Jubilee Shillings and an 1889 Shilling piece.
191.    A QUANTITY OF COINAGE.
Including Victorian Sixpenny and Threepenny silver coinage, etc.£40-60
192.    HAMMERED COINAGE.
A shortcross penny C1150 Malmesbury mint. Prince Henry of Anjou with mullets in angles 'Walteri' . Another from the Winchester mint, King John C1200. Two 'halved' pennies.£40-60
193.    A CARTWHEEL TWOPENCE.
Matthew Boulton's 1797 Cartwheel 2d piece.£30-40
194.    WORN SILVER COINAGE.
Victorian Crowns and a Charles 1st Shilling, etc.£40-60
195.    A QUANTITY OF MEDALLIONS.
Including a brass 1792 Leap Year calender medallion. Brass Bristol Federation War Work 1914-19 named to J R Gornall. A large bronze religious 70mm diameter medallion, etc£40-60
196.    A SILVER JOHN PARISH MEDALLION.
Obverse reads In remembrance of John Parish's fifty-year stay amongst his friends in Hamburg. Reverse reads from 1756 till 1806 to the Mercantile world this span of life and what an eventful period. 40mm diameter.£30-40
197.    SOMERSET L I W W 11 MEDALS.
1939/45 and France & Germany Stars, Defence and War Medals, in box of issue with slip addressed to the recipient at Dunster Somerset. Boxed 30 Corps medallion with Battle Honours 39-45 period. Paybook to his father also SLI in the Gt War. Other paperwork and SLI badges , German phrase books for occupation etc.£50-70
198.    AN IGS & GT WAR PAIR TO SJT W H COLLINS. R WEST SURREYS.
IGS named to 3574 Pte W H Collins 1st Battn R West Surrey Regt, bar Punjab Frontier 1897-98. Bwm & Victory medals named to 15088 Sjt W H Collins The Queens. MIC confirms Great war entitlement as Bwm & Victory medals only.£60-80
199.    AN IGS bar RELIEF OF CHITRAL . DORSET REGT.
Named to 4201 Pte H Cole of The 1st Battn Dorset Regt, bar Relief of Chitral 1895. There are appears to be a correction to part of the naming, at some time, on this medal. £60-80
200.    AN INDIAN MUTINY MEDAL TO THE 9th LANCERS.
An Indian Mutiny medal with bar Delhi named to Pr R Smith 9th Lancers. Naming appears correct though file marks are evident in places. A Pte R Smith of the 9th Lancers was dangerously wounded at Delhi 14/09/1857.£150-180
201.    A ROYAL ARTILLERY CRIMEA WAR MEDAL.
Named to John Harris 3rd Batt Royal Artillery, bar Sebastopol
See Illustration£100-150
202.    AN 1854 IGS MEDAL bar BURMA 1887-89.
An unamed IGS 1854 with bar Burma 1887-89, as issued.£100-120
203.    A VICTORIAN LONG SERVICE VOLUNTEER FORCE MEDAL.
An unamed Queen Victoria issue LSVF medal.£30-40
204.    A CRIMEA WAR MEDAL.
A no bar Crimea War medal unamed as issued.£80-120
205.    A CRIMEA MEDAL R NAVY ISSUE.
Presumably engraved aboard ship to Jno Brimacombe HMS St. De. Acre. (62 medals to the ship-Gordons British Battles & Medals)£150-180
206.    A BALTIC MEDAL.
An unamed Baltic medal with swivel suspender£100-120
207.    A EGYPT MEDAL TO HMS THALIA.
Named to Wardroom Steward S Bickley RN, HMS Thalia. (460 medals to the ship)£150-180
208.    A BRONZE ISSUE NATIVES IGS 1895 WITH TWO BARS.
Named in running script to 888 Dooby Bearer Soda.Moothialoo.C.T.Dept. Two bars Punjab Frontier 1897-98 and Tirah 1897-98£70-90
209.    A NEW ZEALAND MEDAL.
Marked Specimen and 'X' cancellation to original naming which appears to be Hy Cancell, 2nd Wykato Regt. (Sold to the Public by the Goverment-hence cancellation of the naming)£150-180
210.    AN AFGHANISTAN MEDAL TO THE 78th FOOT.
A no bar Afghanistan 1878-79-80 reverse medal named to 906 Pte G Jakins 78th Foot.£80-100
211.    A SECOND CHINA WAR MEDAL.
A second China War medal 1857-60 issued unamed.£80-100
212.    AN EGYPT MEDAL AND A LSGC TO THE NAVY.
Egypt medal named to E.R.ARtfr. H Duce HMS Invincible bar Alexandria 11th July, 1882 reverse. (560 medals to the ship). Victorian LSGC medal named to E.R.ARTr Harry Duce. HMS Vernon.£140-180
213.    A QSA TO A BOER WAR IMP YEOMANRY CASUALTY.
Queens South Africa medal with three bars cape Colony-Orange Free State-Johannesburg. Named to 14993 Pte C H Warren. 28th Coy 4th Imp. Yeo. Wounded on the 22nd of Sept 1900 near Johannesburg, Died of Wounds on the 11th of October 1900. The 28th Coy Bedfordshire Imperial Yeomanry recieved the bar Johannesburg instead of Transvaal, in some instances. Pte Warren appears to be the only man wounded on that day. Two contingents numbering 290 men were sent to South Africa
See Illustration£300-400
214.    A VICTORIAN LSVF MEDAL & MINIATURE.
An unamed as issued Victorian LSVF medal and corresponding miniature medal.£30-40
215.    A NAVAL ISSUE LSGC MEDAL HMS VICTORY.
A Victorian LSGC medal RN issue named to PO 1st.Cl.J.H.Kenward. HMS Victory.£50-70
216.    A VICTORIAN LSVF MEDAL TO AN ARTILLERYMAN.
Named to Company Sergeant Major W Gardiner 1st D.V.Art£50-70
217.    A VICTORIAN LSVF MEDAL.
An unamed Long Service Volunteer Force Medal (Victorian issue).£30-40
218.    AN EDWARD V11 NAVAL ISSUE AFRICA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL
An Africa General Service Medal Edward V11 issue bar Somaliland 1902-04. Named to E Shuttleworth. Sto. HMS Perseus. (329 medals to the ship) A 3rd Class protected Cruiser launched in 1897-sold 1914.
See Illustration£60-80
219.    AN IGS 1908 NORTH WEST FRONTIER CLASP TO A NATIVE.
A native issue 1908 India General Service Medal bar North West Frontier 1908, named to 136 Sepoy Sourolougrt Singh 28th Punjabis.£40-60
220.    A 1906 NATAL REBELLION MEDAL.
Natal rebellion medal bar 1906, named to Trpr W A Arnott. Natal Police.
See Illustration£70-90
221.    A NATIVE ISSUE 1895 IGS MEDAL BAR WAZIRISTAN 1901-02.
Deward V11 issue IGS bar Waziristan 1901-02, named to 4041 Dvr Dilla.2nd Punjabi Infantry.£50-70
222.    AN IGS/QSA PAIR TO THE ROYAL ENGINEERS.
An IGS 1854 bar Hazara 1888 named to 33595 Gunner A Sharp No 2 By.1st Bde Sc Div R.A. A five bar QSA, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901 and SA 1902, named to 2970 Cpl A J Sharp Royal Engineers.£150-200
223.    A BOER WAR PAIR TO THE GRENADIER GUARDS.
A QSA with four bars Belmont-Modder River-Driefontein-Belfast, named to 7275 Pte E Smith Gren: Gds (Ghost dates on reverse). KSA bars S Africa 1901 & 1902, named to 7275 Pte E Smith Grenadier Guards. An original photograph C1900 of (9) soldiers with bandoliers and slouch hats. Copy papers show that Edward Smith from Gloucester joined in 1898 and served for 12 years including South Africa from 26/10/1899 until 21/07/1902, confirming all bars as correct.£160-200
224.    A KSA TO THE WELSH REGIMENT.
KSA with bars South Africa 1901 & 1902 named to 6264 Pte R Thomas Welsh Regt.£30-50
225.    A QSA TO THE IMPERIAL LIGHT INFANTRY.
A no bar Queens South Africa medal named to 1328 St Serjt V H Imry. Imp Light Infantry.£70-100
226.    A BOER WAR PAIR TO THE ROYAL ENGINEERS.
A QSA named to 2353 Pte W Garton Royal Engineers with six bars. Cape Colony-Tugela Heights-Orange Free State-Relief of Ladysmith-Transvaal-Laings Nek. (Ghost dated reverse) Correction to surname etc. KSA two bars 1901-1902 named to 2353 Pte W Garton, later engraved naming in upright capitals, over erased rim.£80-120
227.    A BOER WAR PAIR TO THE ROYAL FUSILIERS.
Queens South Africa medal with five bars named to 2050 Pte F Smith 2nd Rl Fus, bars Cape Colony-Tugela Heights-Orange Free State-Relief of Ladysmith-Transvaal. KSA named to 2050 Pte F Smith Rl Fusiliers, bars S Africa 1901 & S Africa 1902.£130-150
228.    A DCM WINNERS (QSA- 14 STAR & VICTORY MEDAL) KIA SEPT 1914.
Queens South Africa medal with single bar Cape Colony named to 5833 Corporal W Spence W Riding Regt, (Ghost dates on reverse). 1914 Star with copy bar, named to 5833 Sjt W Spence . W Rid. R. Victory medal named to 5833 Sjt W Spence W.Rid.R. Sjt W Spence was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal on the 01/04/1915. Serjeant William Spence of the 2nd Battn (D Coy) Duke of Wellingtons West Riding Regt, was Killed In Action on the 3rd September 1914, aged 33 years. Husband of the late Florence Spence. Buried in Hautrage Military Cemetery
£150-200
229.    AN ESSEX YEOMANRY GT WAR PAIR.
Named to 2713 Pte A J Brown Essex Yeo, MIC confirms Bwm & Victory medals only.£60-80
230.    A GREAT WAR SURREY YEOMANRY PAIR.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 2880 Pte S R Barnes. Surrey Yeomanry. MIC confirms entitlement of pair only, also MMP No P/12437. Original card box of issue. £60-80
231.    A GREAT WAR SUSSEX YEOMANRY PAIR.
A Bwm & Victory Medal pair named to 3451 Pte P J Gillham Sussex Yeomanry, later Sussex Regt/Lab Corp/R Engineers.MIC confirms pair entitlement only.£60-80
232.    A GREAT WAR SUFFOLK YEOMANRY PAIR.
A Bwm & Victory pair named to 1552 Corp F C Fletcher. Suffolk Yeomanry. MIC states award of 1914/15 Star also.£60-80
233.    A GREAT WAR HAMPSHIRE YEOMANRY PAIR.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 1366 Pte C A Burchett. Hamps Yeo. MIC states that the pair is his full entitlement, however he served under (4) different numbers.
26953 Hamps Regt, 242750 The Queens Regt, again Hampshire Regt 06042.£60-80
234.    THREE BRITISH WAR MEDALS TO YEOMANRY REGIMENTS.
A Bwm named to 750 Cpl Hammond of the Northumberland Yeomanry. MIC states that he was also No 271190 Corps of Hrs. A Bwm named to 1088 Pte H Angus Northumberland Yeo. A Bwm named to 3384 Pte J Hughes Montgomeryshire Yeo. (3)
£50-70
235.    A 1st COUNTY OF LONDON GT WAR TRIO.
A 1914/15 Star trio named to 2943 Pte W Day 1st County of London Yeo. William (Banger) Day of the Duke of Cambridge's Hussars entered the war on the 15/04/1915. Cpl W Day 2943 on his pair. MIC states he was also in the Corps of Hrs under his original number.£60-80
236.    A GREAT WAR 2nd C-O-LONDON TRIO.
A 1914/15 Trio named to 2177 Pte C C Millis 2.Co.of. London. Yeo. Bwm & Victory medals named to 2177 Cpl V C C Millis 2-Co.of. London Yeo. MIC states that he entered the war on the 19/07/1915 and was later Cpl 151534 104th Battn Machine Gun Corps. (Redesignated on the 19/08/1918 as MGC-from the Westminster Dragoons)£60-80
237.    A GT WAR PAIR TO THE DORSET YEOMANRY.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 1762 W H Bartlett Dorset Yeomanry. MIC states he was later No 230930 Corps of Hrs, entitled to a pair only.£40-60
238.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE COUNTY OF LONDON YEOMANRY. R.R.
A Bwm & Victory medal pair named to 3425 Pte C S Bolding. City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders). MIC states he later served in the MGC No 30827, entitled to a pair only.£40-60
239.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE SURREY YEOMANRY.
Named to 2763 Pte F Wood Surrey Yeomanry. MIC states he also served in the Queens Regt No T/207865. Original card box of issue with address envelope, only entitlement a pair.£40-60
240.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE HERTS YEOMANRY.
A Bwm & Victory medal pair named to 1823 W Millard Herts Yeomanry. £40-60
241.    A 10TH HUSSARS OFFICER CASUALTIES, PAIR/PLAQUE/SCROLL.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 2 Lt R G Field, in fitted leather covered medal case. Plaque named Reginald George Field with suspension mount clipped to reverse. Scroll and Kings letter also mounted in a frame.
2 Lieut Reginald George Field 10th Hussars Died of Wounds on the 6th April 1918. Aged 22 years old. Son of George Hanbury Field and the Hon. Mrs E M Field of Ashurst Park, Tunbridge Wells. Kent. (Now a Care Centre adjacent to the BUPA Hospital at Tunbridge Wells.
2 Lieutenant Field served in France & Flanders from 17/02/1917, he is buried in St Sever. Cemetery. Rouen. (Base Hospitals were stationed there throughout the Gt War)£300-500
242.    A GREAT WAR RNVR PAIR & PLAQUE.
Bwm & Victory medals named to R/5701 Briton Cox A.B.RNVR. Nelson Battalion of the Royal Naval Division date of death given as 22nd March 1918. Death Plaque and Admiralty letter of Condolence, together with his own personal diary, with a four leaf clover inside. The Admiralty letter states 'I am commanded by my Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty to transmit to you the British War Medal and Victory Medal, which would have been conferred upon the above named had he lived etc.
A copy of his Casualty Form-Active Service document. The War Diary copy for the Feb-March 1918 period states 213 Other Ranks were unaccounted for. The fact the Germans had penetrated our lines so deeply was not stopped in the usual counterattack. They discovered so much food wine and brandy, it stopped them from continuing onwards-due to one big party.
Death Plaque reads Briton Cox. He is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas De Calais, France, Bay 1.£150-200
243.    A GREAT WAR DEVONSHIRE REGT CASUALTY PAIR.
Named to 10389 Pte A Lethridge of the Devon Regt, who was KIA on the 25th Sept 1915 (First day of the Battle of Loos). The 8th Battn lost heavily on that day, 19 Officers and 620 men became casualties. 6 Officers and 263 were left on the fighting strength of the 8th Battn.
The son of John and Elizabeth Lethbridge of Quither Cottage, Milton Abbott, Devonshire. Commemorated on the Loos Memorial. MIC states entitlement to a 1914/15 Star also, France from 25/07/1915.£70-100
244.    A GREAT WAR TRIO TO A 6th LONDONS OFFICER CASUALTY (Loos).
Named to Captain George William Ashby of the 6th London Regiment, in the boxes of issue. Killed in Action on the 25th September 1915 during the Battle of Loos. Details from The Roll of Honour Vol 1. Younger son of the Late William Ashby of The Old Hayes, Ratby, County Leicester and his wife Ellen Zilpah, daughter of John Sanders. Born Old Hayes Co Leicester 15/09/1887. Educated Calday Grange Grammar School and Liverpool College, Lodge Lane, Liverpool. On leaving school he entered the Civil Service and was employed in the War Office.. He obtained a commission in the 6th London TF and was 2/Lt in August 1910. Promoted Lieutenant in 1913 and Captain 17th May 1915, volunteering for foreign service on the outbreak of war. France 1915 in March, serving through the Battle of Festubert and other engagements. Killed in Action on the first day of the Battle of Loos.
' He was leading his company down a lane, cut by our Artillery in the German Wire, and had almost reached the enemy fire trench when they encountered some uncut wire, and he fell riddled with Machine Gun fire in the act of cutting this.'
His Battalion took and held the Trench, but suffered heavy casualties. Head Boy at Calday School, obtaining a nomination to Liverpool College when only 16 years old. Here he represented the School at Football and Cricket and passed the Oxford and Cambridge Higher Board Examinations with distinction. unm.
A photograph of him in uniform is with the entry in Volume 1.£300-350
245.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO A DCLI CASUALTY.
Named to 201875 Sergeant F Jago Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry. 2nd/4th Battalion DCLI (attached Supply & Transport Corps) he died 28th Feb 1919 and is commemorated in the Tehran War Cemetery. MIC details confirm Frederick Jago (acting Sergeant) is entitled to a pair only.£50-70
246.    A WELSH GUARDS GREAT WAR CASUALTY VICTORY MEDAL
Named to 537 Pte David Henry Davies (of the Prince of Wales Company 1st Battalion Welsh Guards). Date of death given as the 27th Sept 1915. The son of H O Davies and Mrs E Davies of Ton-Y-Pandy. Husband of Blanch E Davies of 10 Mackworth Rd Porthcawl. Glamorgan. Commemorated on the Loos Memorial, MIC states 1914/15 Star and Bwm also awarded, entered Theatre of War in France 17/08/1915. £40-60
247.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO A CASUALTY IN THE 1st KOYLI.
Named to L Cpl Thomas Dean No 9788 of the 1st Battalion the KOYLI, died 2nd February 1915. Commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial. MIC details show he is also entitled to a 1914/15 Star.£50-60
248.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO A ROYAL SCOTS CASUALTY.
Named to 40575 Pte Charles Hughes Mortimer, 17th Battalion R Scots. He died aged 24 years, on the 15th July 1917. With CWGC printout and MIC details. Also a Victory Medal to his brother 716 Sjt E Mortimer Royal Fusiliers.£50-80
249.    A GREAT WAR TRIO TO A CANADIAN OFFICER CASUALTY.
16609 Sjt W H Pollard 7/Canadian Infantry on his 1914/15 Star. Lieutenant W H Pollard on his pair. Commissioned in the same regiment, he was Killed in Action 28/09/1918, interred in the Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux. The husband of Clara Miller (formerly Pollard) 22 Bowyer St, Camberwell, London, the son of the Late James Pollard. A certificate issued by the Ad-Gen Canadian Militia accompanies the group. 'I am directed by the Hon Minister of Militia and Defence to convey to you the 1914-15 Star, for the deceased officer or soldier whose name is engraved thereon, and to express to you the regrets of the Militia Council that he did not live to wear the decoration which he so bravely won'.£100-150
250.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE.
Named to Pte R Rowsell (No 32198) of the Somerset Light Infantry. MIC details show his entitlement to a pair, Date of death given as 01/12/1917.£50-70
251.    A NAVAL RECIPIENTS MEMORIAL PLAQUE.
Named to Henry John Etherton of HMS Good Hope, (No PO/16052), aged 19 years when the ship was sunk on the 1st Nov 1914 in The Battle of Coronel. Von Spee's Cruisers Sharnhorst and Gneisenau soon found themselves on the receiving end, at the Battle of The Falklands.£50-70
252.    A BWM TO A R.ENGINEER CASUALTY
1685 Sapper F T Warr date of death given aged 18 on the 13th June 1916.£30-40
253.    A BWM TO A NAVAL CASUALTY.
Issued to L/10500 A S Wheaton RN, on HMS Impregnable, date of death 2nd July 1918.£30-40
254.    A BWM TO A SOMERSET L INFANTRY RECIPIENT.
Issued to 7764 Sgt S Welch of the Somerset Light Infantry. MIC details shows entitlement to a 1914 Star and Victory Medal.£20-30
255.    A MONMOUTH REGT CASUALTIES VICTORY MEDAL/AN RA OFFICERS.
Issued to 227127 Pte (L/Cpl) R V Ashton) Monmouth Regt (South Wales Borderers) date of death 27/10/1917 aged 21. MIC shows entitlement to a pair. A Victory Medal to Lt G W Milne RA, aged 33, date of death given as 22/10/1917. MIC shows entitlement to a 1914 Star & B. War Medal£30-40
256.    A TERRITORIAL FORCE WAR MEDAL TO A DEVONSHIRE R. CASUALTY
Issued to 1467 Corporal L B Finnegan of Bideford (born Cambridge), 1/6th Battalion Devonshire Regt. Date of death given as 03/02/1917 Mesopotamia. MIC shows entitlement to a pair also.£60-100
257.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE.
With paperwork and return postcard named to Edwin John Hayles. No 14688 Pte The Gloucester Regt , date of death 07/05/1917. MIC shows entitlement to a 1914/15 Star & Victory Medal.£50-70
258.    A YORKS & LANCS BWM CASUALTY.
Issued to 39887 Pte W Bowman of the Y & Lancs Regt, date of death given as 10/04/1917/ MIC confirms award of the Victory Medal also.£30-40
259.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO AN ESSEX REGT CASUALTY.
Named to E J Wheeler (No 47537 Pte) of the Essex Regt, date of death given as 02/06/1918. MIC shows that he was also No 30091 in the 2/2/London Regt£50-70
260.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO THE RAF.
Plaque complete with Kings Letter and packaging, named to Sidney James Croxford. (76636 Air Mechanic 1st Class) serving at No 3 Aeroplane Repair Section Royal air Force, date of death 01/11/1918 aged 37.£60-80
261.    A WILTSHIRE REGT BWM TO A CASUALTY.
British War Medal to 143995 Pte F R Mobey Wilts Regt. However MIC details shpw he was also Machine Gun Corps Infantry No 142995. Date of death given as 10/04/1918. MIC also confirms Victory Medal issued.£30-40
262.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO AN ASC RECIPIENT.
The Memorial Plaque was issued to (T/306700 Driver) J W Lowes of the 200th Coy, 25 Div Train, Army Service Corps. Date of death given as 14/07/1917. MIC shows entitlement to a pair.£40-60
263.    A BWM TO A KOSLI CASUALTY.
Issued to 8200 Sjt A G Pope Shrops L I. Date of death given as 21/08/1918. MIC shows entitlement as a 1914 Star Trio.£30-40
264.    A BWM TO A WILTS REGIMENT CASUALTY.
Named to 25244 Pte H Martin of The Wlitshire Regt, date of death given as 28/11/1918. MIC shows this was his full entitlement as he served outside of a War Area.£30-40
265.    A BWM TO AN ESSEX REGIMENT CASUALTY.
Named to 35435 Pte H E Harvey of The Essex Regt, date of death given as 09/04/1917. MIC shows entitlement to the Victory medal also.£30-40
266.    A BWM TO A SOUTH WALES BORDERERS CASUALTY.
Named to 15396 Pte W Johns S W Borderers, date of death given as 09/06/1916 aged 29 years. MIC confirms issue of a Victory Medal also.£30-40
267.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO AN ASC RECIPIENT.
Named to A J H Veary (S4/245512 1002nd H T Coy ASC), date of death given as 17/10/1918. MIC entitlement shows 1914/15 Trio.£40-60
268.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO A 7th NORFOLKS CASUALTY.
Named to (12759 Sjt) George Edward Collins of the 7th Norfolk Regt, date of death given as 30/10/1917. MIC shows 1914/15 Star trio as entitlement.£50-70
269.    A BWM TO AN AIF CASUALTY.
Named to 7025 Pte J G C Lane 23 Bn A.I.F, date of death given as 01/09/1918 aged 26 years. No MIC found.£30-40
270.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO A SIEGE BATTERY GUNNER.
Named to (Gunner 145015 277th Siege Battery) Charles Percy Althrop, date of death given as 19/12/1917. MIC shows entitlement to a pair only.£40-60
271.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO A KINGS LIVERPOOL CASUALTY.
Named to (25582 Pte) W J Hanna of the Kings Liverpool Regt, date of death given as 29/09/1918. MIC shows entitlement to a pair only.£50-70
272.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO AN IRISH GUARDS CASUALTY
Named to (3116 Pte) Hugh Hunter 1st Bttn Irish Guards, date of death given as 25/09/1914. MIC shows 1914 Star & Clasp Trio entitlement.£50-70
273.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE WITH 1914/15 STAR TO THE R ENGINEERS.
Named to 448350 Farrier Sergt David James, 437 F.Coy R Engineers. Date of death given as 30/12/1917-'Drowned'. MIC shows entitlement to Bwm & Victory medals also.£50-70
274.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO NOTTS & DERBY RECIPIENT
Named to (306953 Pte) W G Ashford 11th Battn Sherwood Foresters, date of death given as 18/09/1917. MIC shows entitlement for a pair- he was also once No 5342.£50-70
275.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO A 20th LONDON REGT RECIPIENT.
Named to (Sjt 1380) Stephen Percy Blundell A Coy 1/20th London Regt, date of death given as October 1915 aged 33 years.£50-70
276.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO A 5th DORSETSHIRE REGT RECIPIENT.
Named to (10409 Pte) Reginald George Pearce of the 5th Battn Dorset Regt, date of death given as 29/09/1916. MIC shows 1914/15 Trio entitlement.£50-70
277.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO A YORKSHIRE REGT RECIPIENT.
Named to (1829 Pte) Charles Crosbey of the 4th Battn Yorkshire Regt. Date of death given as 17/09/1916. MIC entitlement shows a 1914/15 Trio.£50-70
278.    A FRAMED MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO A CANADIAN RECIPIENT.
Lovingly framed and looked after, named to (141714 Pte) Robert Kerslake. Date of death given as 08/10/1916, no MIC detail available.£50-70
279.    A MEMORIAL PLAQUE.
Named to Leonard Henry Cox (Sjt 5089 3rd Battn Rifle Brigade). Date of death given as 12/07/1915, aged 20 years. MIC shows claim for a 1914 clasp entitlement.£50-70
280.    A BRITISH WAR MEDAL.
Awarded to 8227 W E Hawke 1st London Regt C-O-London Battn The Royal Fusiliers. No MIC details found. Also a BWM named to 3838 Cpl J Adams 2-London Regt. He was also at one time No 231385-MIC shows entitlement to a Victory Medal also (2).£30-40
281.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE 2nd LONDON REGT.
Named to 3231 Pte W Lovegrove of the 2-London Regt, City of London Royal Fusiliers (4 Battalions). MIC shows he was also once numbered 231027.£50-70
282.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE 3rd LONDON REGT.
Named to 2336 Pte F E Wright 3rd London Regt.£50-70
283.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 4th LONDON REGT.
Pte Mills MIC states he was also in the Essex Regt No 252718, Bwm & Victory entitlement only.£40-50
284.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 7th LONDONS.
Named to 6043 Pte B Beauchamp 7th London Regt (City of London). His MIC shows he was also given the number 352711, entitled to a Bwm & Victory Medal.£35-45
285.    A GREAT WAR TRIO TO THE 8th LONDON REGIMENT.
Named to 1418 Pte J A Bennett 8th Londons (Post Office Rifles). MIC shows France from the 18/03/1915, T of E 14/02/1916. Entitled to 1914/15 Trio.£35-45
286.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 8th LONDON REGT.
Named to 4181 Pte C W Whatley 8th London Regt. MIC shows he was also 75433 Tank Corps, entitled to Bwm & Victory Medals.£35-45
287.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 6th LONDON REGT.
Named to 6537 Pte R Whatley 6th London Regt. (Possibly related to Pte C W Whatley-previous lot). MIC shows he also served in the Labour Corps No 235695, Bwm & Victory entitlement only.£35-45
288.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 10th LONDON REGT.
Named to 426226 Pte W Rix 10th Londons (Hackney Gurkhas). MIC shows entitlement to a pair.£35-45
289.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 11th LONDONS.
Named to 4027 Pte W Slade 11th London Regt (Finsbury Rifles). MIC shows he was also No 451576, entitled to Bwm & Victory Medals only.£35-45
290.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 13th LONDON REGT.
Named to 4837 Pte E Thomasv 13th London Regt (Kensingtons). MIC shows he was also No 491916 and is entitled to Bwm & Victory Medals only.
£35-45
291.    A GREAT WAR 13th LONDONS TRIO.
Named to 2379 Pte F Green 13th London Regt (Kensingtons). MIC details were unavailable.£40-60
292.    TWO LONDON REGIMENT BWM's AND A VICTORY MEDAL.
Bwm named to 515014 Pte W C Neil 14th Londons (London Scottish), MIC entitlement Victory medal also. Bwm named to 534564 Pte C C Bevis 15th Londons (Civil Service Rifles), MIC also No 49277 KRRC entitled to a Victory Medal also. Victory Medal to 4868 Pte A D Baker 15th Londons, MIC entitlement Bwm & Victory medals.£40-60
293.    BWM's TO LONDON REGT RECIPIENTS.
Named to 557251 Pte F Scott 16th Londons (Queens Westminster Rifles), MIC shows also No 65164 KRRC, entitlement Bwm & Victory Medals. Bwm to 6408 18th Londons (London Irish Rifles), MIC unavailable. Bwm named to 592324 Pte E A Cope 18th Londons. MIC shows transfer to P O W Lienster Regt No 27927, entitled to Bwm & Victory medal pair only.£40-50
294.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 19th LONDON REGIMENT.
Named to 7220 Pte G M Chidley 19th London Regt (St Pancras). MIC shows later L Cpl No 613155 awarded Silver Wound Badge List TP 5479.£35-45
295.    BWM's TO THE LONDON REGIMENTS.
Awarded to 5880 Pte S J MCLean 20th Londons (Blackheath and Woolwich). MIC shows number change 632859, entitled to a Victory Medal also. 1221 Pte S R Rayner 20th Londons, MIC shows 1914/15 Trio entitlement also Discharge and S W Badge awarded 23/08/1916. 556934 Pte R G Stone 16th Londons, MIC shows move to ASC new number S/460344. 7228 Pte H Clarke 21st London Regt (First Surrey) MIC details unavailable. (4)£60-80
296.    GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 21st LONDONS.
Named to 6091 Pte W G Farmer 21st London Regt, MIC states 12th Londons (Rangers) No 7700 & 473939.£35-45
297.    BRITISH WAR MEDALS TO LONDON REGIMENTS.
A Bwm named to 4672 Pte T Alburn 22 London Regt, no MIC details available. Bwm named to 7131 Pte A E Kirk 23 London Regt, MIC states number change to 703370, entitled to a pair only.Bwm named to 3386 Pte F C Drew 23 London Regt. MIC states also service with the East Surreys, number 210386 entitled to a pair only.£40-50
298.    TWO BWM's TO LONDON REGIMENTS.
A Bwm named to 6014 Pte A Coulston 23rd London Regt. MIC states number change to 7966 13th Londons, then G/104662 Middlesex Regt. Awarded Silver Wound Badge E/2176/1, entitled to a pair. Bwm to 740177 Pte Marshall 25 London Regt, MIC shows TFWM and Victory medal entitlement.£40-60
299.    A CYCLISTS BATTALION BWM.
Named to 740177 Pte G H Marshall 25 London Regt. MIC states he was also No 1074 in the same battalion, entitled to a TFWM and Victory medal also.£30-40
300.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE 29th LONDON REGT.
Named to 780951 Pte H A Veale 29th London Regt. A home service battalion that sent one company to Murmansk in September 1918. MIC states he also had the No 260271 in the Monmouth Regt, entitled to a pair only.£40-50
301.    A GREAT WAR PAIR.
Named to 51127 Pte W R Osborne Manchester Regt.MIC states entitlement as a pair only.£35-45
302.    A BWM TO A YORKS & LANCS CASUALTY.
Named to 32681 Pte F Taylor Y & Lancs KIA 17/09/1917. MIC states entitlement as a pair only.£30-40
303.    A BWM TO THE YORKS & LANCS REGT.
Named to 41934 Pte R H Crabtree Y & Lancs, MIC states entitled to a pair only. Also a Bwm & Victory Medal Pair named to 20195 Pte W Twigg Y & Lancs, MIC states also No 421072 Loabour Corps and entitled to 1914/15 Star also. A Victory medal to 12655 Pte J Lakeland L N Lancs, MIC states No 44908 Lincolnshire Regt, entitled to a pair only.£40-60
304.    A GREAT WAR TRIO-EAST SURREY REGT.
Named to 2269 Pte A J Creamer E Surrey Regt, MIC states transfer to RDC No 47079 & No M/353549 ASC, entitled to a 1914./15 Trio.£50-70
305.    A RIFLE BRIGADE 1914/15 STAR & VICTORY MEDAL.
Named to S-9184 Pte E R Paine Rifle Brigade. MIC shows entitlement to a 1914/15 Trio and Silver Wound Badge list M 655. F & Flanders 13/07/1915.£30-40
306.    BWM's TO CAVALRY REGIMENTS (2).
Named to 7693 Pte F Warr 7th Dragoon Guards. MIC states Frederick Warr was also No 1403669 Dorset Regt and No 10779 Royal Munster Fusiliers. Served F & Flanders 14/10/1914, entitled to a 1914 Star Trio. Also a Bwm named to 9683 Pte W J Herbert 19th Hussars. MIC states that he served F rance from 17/08/1914 and is entitled to a 1914 Star and Clasp and a Victory medal. £40-50
307.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE CONNAUGHT RANGERS.
Named to 5965 Pte W Going Conn Rangers. MIC states that he is entitled to a pair only also a Silver Wound Badge.£40-50
308.    BWM's TO THE COLDSTREAM & IRISH GUARDS.
A Bwm named to 14310 Pte C E Whittaker C Gds, MIC states entitlement to a 1914/15 Trio and transfer to Guards Machine Gun Corps No 1333. Another Bwm named to 8079 Cpl R Beane Irish Guards, MIC states entitlement to a 1914/15 Trio.£30-50
309.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS.
Pair named to 45068 Pte A W F Wilsmore R. Ir. Fusiliers (Princess Victorias). MIC states entitled to a pair only. £30-40
310.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE G GUARDS.
Named to 27492 Pte S J Gurney Grenadier Guards, in original boxes of issue. MIC states entitlement to a pair only.£30-40
311.    AN OFFICERS BWM KEH/MGC.
Named to Captain T A Izard of King Edwards Horse and later The Machine Gun Corps. MIC states 1914/15 Trio entitlement. Captain Izard was Asst District Officer, Muri Province, Nigeria.£30-40
312.    GREAT WAR BWM's TO THE CAVALRY/G GUARDS. (2)
A Bwm named to 5141 Pte J Wood 18th Hussars, MIC states transfer to C of Hrs No 47135, entitled to a 1914 Star Trio. Another Bwm named to 17263 Pte J W Martin G.Guards, MIC states entitled to a 1914 Star Trio.£40-60
313.    A COLDSTREAM GUARDS 1914 STAR TRIO.
Named to 10446 Pte J Wilson C Guards, MIC confirms 1914 Trio with error on the Star number 11446 noted. Served France 21/08/1914.£100-150
314.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE WEST YORKSHIRES.
Named to 18-803 Pte J S Robinson West Yorkshire Regt, together with a Silver sporting Medallion named to recipient, 31st Division Tug of War HM 1917. Also a Silver Buffs medal 1893 to primo George Robinson, box of issue and part envelope for Gt War medals. Served Egypt from 22/12/1915.£50-70
315.    BWM's TO THE DEVONSHIRE REGT.
Named to 14136 Pte E J Brown Devon R, MIC states 1914/15 Trio and Silver Wound Badge entitlement (c/488/2) disc 08/07/1918. Another named 57582 Pte C Howard Devon Regt, MIC states transfer to Labour Corps No 192847, pair only entitlement. (2).£30-40
316.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE DEVONS
Named to 345968 Pte G Knott Devon Regt, MIC also shows Labour Corps No 548033, entitled to a pair only..£30-40
317.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE DEVON REGT.
Named to 2636 Pte B V Bryan Devon Regt, MIC states No 200935, entitlement a pair.£30-40
318.    BWM's TO THE SOUTH LANCS REGT.
Named to 242800 Pte J W Dale S Lan R, MIC states pair entitlement and Silver Wound Badge. Bwm named to 31196 Pte J Goodwin S Lan R, MIC states transfered to Manchester Regt No 61416, entitlement a pair. Also a Victory medal named to 30955 Pte A T Janson Lanc Fusiliers, MIC states entitlement a pair and Silver Wound Badge.£30-40
319.    A GREAT WAR PAIR L N LANCS & A R BUCKS REGT VICTORY MEDAL.
Pair named to 39013 Pte G E Hardwick L.N.Lancs Regt, MIC states entitled to a pair. Bwm named to 16360 Pte G E Hardwick R.Bucks. Regt, MIC states 1914/15 Trio and a Silver Wound Badge.£40-50
320.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE MIDDLESEX REGT.
Named to 10353 Pte P H Beale MIC states transfer to Labour Corps No 377244, 1914/15 Trio entitlement.£30-40
321.    A GREAT WAR TRIO TO THE ESSEX REGT.
Named to 16754 Pte R Doel Essex Regt, MIC states entitlement as a 1914/15 Trio and a Silver Wound Badge.£50-80
322.    A BWM TO THE R WEST KENT REGT.
Named to 1883 Pte R W Martin R W Kents. MIC states pair and IGS 1908 bar Afghanistan 1919 entitlement. Also No change to 200488.£30-40
323.    A 1914/15 TRIO E KENT REGT.
Named to S/147 Pte L A Ellis. E Kent Regt. MIC states entitlement to a pair only, promoted to Corporal.£50-80
324.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE GLOSTERS.
Named to 5846 Pte J Ford Glouc Regt, MIC states pair and No 27744 R Warks. Also a BWM named to 28792 Pte F C Farbrother Glouc Regt, MIC states entitled to a pair only.£40-50
325.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE GLOSTERS.
Named to 33623 Pte W H Startin Gloucestershire Regt, MIC states Worcestershire Regt No 55283 entitled to a pair.£30-40
326.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE SUFFOLK REGT.
Named to 47734 Pte A W Crick Suff R. MIC states Nothants Regt No 40314 & Beds and Herts No 67634, entitlement a pair.£30-40
327.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE SUFFOLK REGT.
Named to 41613 Pte F B Pollard Suffolk Regt, MIC states pair only awarded.£30-40
328.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE R WEST SURREYS.
Named to 44780 Pte H E Cropper The Queens Regt. MIC states transfer to Labour Corps No 76860 entitled to a pair only. A Bwm named to 1800 Pte C H Houghton R Warks Regt, entitled to a pair only.£35-45
329.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE CHESHIRE REGT.
Named to 27268 Pte G A Beckett. North'n Regt, MIC states pair awarded also transfer to the Labour Corps No 377763.£30-40
330.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE CHESHIRE REGT.
Named to 1974 Pte M Johnson Ches R. MIC entitlement 1914/15 Trio.£30-40
331.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE YORKSHIRE REGT.
Named to 62173 Pte C W Brine York R, MIC states pair entitlement also No 44877 Suffolk Regt.£30-40
332.    THREE BWM's TO THE YORKSHIRE REGT
A Bwm named to 23534 Pte J McCallam Yorks Regt, MIC states pair awarded. A Bwm named to 35253 Pte L W Steele Yorks R, MIC states transfer to R W Kents No L/13580 pair awarded. Bwm named to 39211 Pte G McManners York R, MIC shows transfer to West Yorks, pair awarded only.£40-50
333.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE LEICESTERSHIRE REGT
Named to 36154 Pte R A Cousins Leic R, MIC shows pair entitlement. A Bwm named to 43544 Pte W Wilmott Leic Regt, MIC shows pair awarded.£30-40
334.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE R LANC R.
Named to 241541 Pte D Richardson R Lanc R, MIC shows entitlement as a pair only. A Bwm named to 16106 Pte J Webb R Lanc R, MIC shows 1914/15 Trio awarded.£30-40
335.    MEDALS TO THE ROYAL LANC REGT
A Bwm awarded to the Royal Lanc R named to 20096 Pte J MacDonald, MIC shows pair awarded. A Bwm & Victory medal pair named to 29393 Pte A Singleton of The R Lancs Regt, MIC confirms pair awarded, K O R Lancashire-should read Lancaster.£40-50
336.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE ESSEX REGT
Named to 42997 Pte W E Cockell Essex Regt, MIC states MGC No 195783 entitled to a pair only.£30-40
337.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE CHESHIRE REGT.
Bwm & Victory Medals named to 37257 Pte W Trumper Ches R, MIC states Labour Corps No 33830, pair awarded.£30-40
338.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE BEDFORDSHIRE REGT.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 6848 Pte H Holland Bed R, MIC states M F P No P/14587 entitled to a pair only.£30-40
339.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE QUEENS REGIMENT.
Named to G-63721 Pte G T J Willis Queens Regt (R W Surreys), MIC shows pair only awarded.£30-40
340.     GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE QUEENS R W SURREY REGT
Bwm & Victory medals named to 32952 Pte M J Stenning The Queens Regt. MIC states transfer to Labour Corps No 65350 and later E Kents No G-27118. Bwm & Victory medals name to 32856 Pte G Godsell The Queens Regt, MIC states Labour Corps No 66812 pair only issued.£50-70
341.    THREE BWM & VICTORY PAIRS TO THE MIDDLESEX REGT
Named to G-61808 Pte C Caldecoat Middx R, MIC confirms only awards. Bwm & Victory Medals named to 6143 Pte C Dudman Middx R, MIC shows later No 241664 confirming pair awarded. Pair named to G-96633 Pte H S Doughty Middx R, MIC show stransfer to E Surreys No 42456 and return to Middx Regt under No G/106987, confirming pair awarded only.£70-90
342.    TWO GLOUCESTER REGT PAIRS
Bwm & Victory medals named to 203137 Pte F Bowditch Glouc Regt, MIC confirms a pair only issued. Bwm & Victory medals named to 23775 Pte R Pearce Glouc R, MIC states service in 8th/9th/10th &13th Battalions of the Regiment, entitled to a 1914/15 Star trio.£60-80
343.    GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT.
Named to 27844 Pte A G Purdue Glouc Regt, MIC states pair only awarded. Bwm & Victory medals named to 20584 Pte A E Roberts Glouc Regt, MIC confirms pair only awarded.£60-80
344.    MEDALS TO THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGT
A Bwm named to 3807 Pte A Wilkins Glouc Regt, MIC states transfer to the KSLI No 204128, pr awarded. Victory medal named to 2652 Pte C F Webb Glouc Regt, Mic states No changed to 240685 and 1914/15 Trio entitlement. Bwm & Victory medals named to 24074 Pte F Hill Glouc Regt, entitled to a pair.£50-70
345.    GREAT WAR MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 29037 Pte F Hosking W York Regt, MIC shows No 992213 and transfer to the DLI, pair awarded only. Bwm & Victory medals to 30677 Pte F Senior W Rid R, MIC shows transfer to the Y & Lancs Regt No 33286, pair awarded. Bwm named to 52192 Pte L Priestley W Riding Regt, MIC states transfer to the Kings Own Regiment, pair issued.£60-80
346.    GREAT WAR MEDALS W RIDING REGT etc
A Bwm named to 23023 Pte H Dunning W Riding Regt MIC states pair awarded. Bwm medal named to 28826 Pte R B Harrison W Riding R, MIC shows pair issued only. Bwm & Victory medals named to 34263 Pte G W Skinner E York Regt, MIC shows pair issued only.£60-80
347.    FOUR BWM's TO THE E LANCASHIRE REGT.
Named to 1418 Pte R F Smith E Lan R, MIC shows transfer to K O R Lancs R No 27378, 1914/15 Trio issued. Bwm named to 203456 Pte H Gilbert E Lan R, MIC shows pair issued and a Silver Wound Badge. A Bwm named to 21455 Pte J Rushton E Lan Regt, MIC shows transfer to the Labour Corps No 596028, pair issued. Bwm named to 29369 Pte J Morton E Lan R, MIC shows transfer to R D C No 87702, pair issued.£60-80
348.    A SINGLE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS SILVER MEDALLION.
Won by Sgt Channer at the 1922 Rifle Meeting, HM for 1921 Birmingham. Battle Honours are clearly visible on this piece.£30-40
349.    TWO BORDER REGT BWM's.
Named to 2787 Pte S McMullen Bord R, MIC states attached Monmouth Regt No 229492, pair issued only. Bwm named to 2991 Pte T Sayers Bord R, MIC shows Machine Gun Corps No 113631, pair issued.£30-40
350.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE SUSSEX REGT.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 202623 Pte E J Bayley R Sussex R. MIC states Sjt Bayley's transfer to the R Fusiliers No GU/77537, pair awarded. Bwm named to L/8830 Pte F Hosier R Suss R. MIC states transfer to the Tank Corps No 321096 and later 7871271, 1914/15 trio awarded. Victory Medal only to L-19309 Cpl W Oliver R Sussex R. MIC states A/Cpl awarded a 1914/15 Trio.£50-80
351.    A WORCESTER REGT 1914/15 TRIO & DEFENCE MEDAL.
Named to 1035 Act/Cpl E A Roper Worcester Regt. MIC states later No 204290 and confirms 1914/15 Trio awarded. £50-70
352.    GREAT WAR MEDALS.
A Victory medal named to 1317 Cpl E Roper Worcester Regt. MIC states 1914/15 Trio awarded. A Bwm & Victory medal pair named to G-2463 Pte G S J Godman Queens Regt. MIC states 1914/15 trio awarded. Victory medal named to 25376 Pte T W Angus Dorset R. MIC states pair entitlement.£40-60
353.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO TH R WARWICKSHIRE REGT.
A Bwm & Victory medal pair named to 40668 Pte F Hocklig R Wark R. MIC states transfer to Royal Fusiliers No 47078, entitled to a pair only. Named to No 203781 Pte J B Sansome R Wark R. MIC states pair only entitlement. Bwm named to 22378 Pte F Canning R War R. MIC states transfer to Worcesters No 42491, pair issued.£60-80
354.    GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE WORCESTER REGT.
Named to 57825 Pte C Benning R War R. MIC states pair entitlement and transfer to Scottish Rifles. W W 11 Defence medal, group mounted for wear.£40-50
355.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE MIDDLESEX REGT.
Bwm named to 5568 Pte J H Newell Middlesex Regt. MIC states No altered to G43848, pair issued. Bwm & Victory medals named to 3891 Pte H Wilson Middlesex Regt. MIC shows No altered to 240947, 1914/15 trio issued. £40-50
356.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE MIDDLESEX REGT.
Bwm named to G-10356 Pte J James Middlesex Regt. MIC states 1914/15 Trio awarded. Bwm & Victory medals named to 50412 Pte E A Smith Middlesex Regt. MIC shows transfer to Labour Corps and No 642897 entitled to a pair only.£40-50
357.    BWM's AWARDED TO THE NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS.
Named to 36039 Pte H Bell North'd Fusiliers, MIC shows pair issued.2/ Named to 1243 Pte J F Taylor North'd Fusiliers. MIC shows transfer to the RAMC and No 142594, pair awarded. 3/ Bwm and (Silver Wound Badge) named to 64741 Pte W R Butterfield North'd Fusiliers. MIC shows pair only issued and List 0/4657/1. 4/ named to 60014 Pte N Muff North'd fusiliers. MIC shows pair awarded. (4) £60-80
358.    BWM's AWARDED TO THE NORTH'd FUSILIERS/MIDDLESEX REGT.
1/ Named to 3802 Pte H E Turner North'd Fusiliers. MIC details show transfers to the Rpyal Engineers No 360515 and MGC No 2195, 1914/15 Trio issued. 2/ Named to 46983 Pte R W Olding North'd Fusiliers. MIC shows pair issued. 3/ Bwm named to 21-1521 Pte T Bailes North'd Fusiliers. MIC shows BWM only issued (India ?). 4/ Bwm named to 293703 Cpl V G Bacon Midd'x Regt. MIC shows entitlement to a pair only.£60-80
359.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE S LANCASHIRE REGT.
Named to 29755 Pte P Newton S Lan R. MIC states pair only awarded.£30-40
360.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE S LANCASHIRE REGT.
Bwm & Victory medals issued to 37803 Pte H Whitehead S Lan R. MIC shows transfers to 1. The Manchester Regt No 49385, 2. Lincolnshire Regt No 32582, pair only awarded. Bwm named to 21996 Cpl T Leech S Lan R. MIC shows entitlement to a pair. Bwm named to 26332 Pte C Timperley S Lan R. MIC confirms pair issued.£60-80
361.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE R W KENT REGIMENT.
Bwm & Victory pair to TF-240413 Pte P J Ribbens R W Kents. MIC shows pair only entitlement. £30-40
362.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE BUFFS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 243280 Pte J W Fairall E Kent R. MIC shows pair issued. Bwm named to 204465 Pte F J Matthews E Kent Regt (Buffs). MIC confirms Bwm as sole award. (India?).£45-55
363.    TWO BWM's TO THE CHESHIRE REGT.
Named to 55970 Pte E Smith Ches R. MIC states transfer to the Labour Corps No 38763, pair awarded only. Bwm named to 65038 Pte J Dodd Ches R. MIC confirms Bwm as sole issue.£30-40
364.    GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE CHESHIRE REGT.
1/ Named to 51660 Pte P Birchall Ches R. MIC shows transfer to the Labour Corps and pair entitlement. 2/ Named to 65907 Pte O Johnson Ches R. MIC states transfer to the Labour Corps No 471615, pair entitlement.£60-80
365.    GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE DEVONSHIRE REGT.
1/ Named to 63719 Pte A E Humphries Devon R. MIC shows transfer to the Hampshire Regt No 27944, pair issued. 2/ Named to 17804 Pte W H Davey Devonshire R. MIC shows 1914/15 Trio entitlement.£60-80
366.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE DEVONSHIRE REGT.
Named to 13507 A Sjt W H Fletcher Devon R. MIC confirms trio issued, also No 74545 MGC. France from 22/09/1915. Box of issue Bwm & Victory medals, in the original packets, superb toning.£50-70
367.    MEDALS TO THE SUFFOLK REGIMENT.
Victory medal named to 10261 Pte F C Hammond Suff R. MIC shows transfer to Labour Corp No 405609 also R Fusiliers . A Bwm named to 17914 Pte J Smith (entitled to a 1914/15 Trio. Bwm named to 31163 Pte A Mullins Suff Regt. MIC shows pair issued.
£35-45
368.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE BEDFORDSHIRE REGT.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 50449 Pte A F Wood Bedf R. MIC states transfer to Gloster Regt No 51085, entitlement a pair. Victory medal only to 3-7164 Pte S Custance Bedf Regt. MIC shows 1914 Trio entitlement and Silver Wound Badge.£35-45
369.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE S STAFFS R.
Named to 30612 Pte G Crowther S Staffs R. MIC confirms pair as full entitlement.£30-40
370.    GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE S STAFFS REGT.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 38406 Pte C H Green S Staffs R. (Pair confirmed by MIC). Also a Silver Cigarette Case engraved 'Harold Green in appreciation 1912-1952 from the Loveridge Family.£50-70
371.    TWO GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE LINCOLNSHIRE REGT.
1/ Named to 265055 Pte A Clark Linc R. MIC shows only entitlement. 2/ Named to 5222 Pte J W King Linc R. MIC shows transfer to R Sussex Regt No G/15452.£60-70
372.    TWO GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE LINCOLNSHIRE REGT.
1/ Named to 38224 Pte F Allinson Linc R. MIC shows transfer to N Staffs No 40855, pair only. 2/ Named to 29743 Pte R H Wood Linc R. MIC states transfer to labour Corps No 9837, pair issued.£60-70
373.    A GROUP OF THREE W YORKS R & R T C.
Bwm & Victory Medals named to 9634 Pte H Cook W York R. GV Long Service Good Conduct Medal named to 4523815 H Cook R.T.C. MIC confirms pair only in Great War.£50-80
374.    GREAT WAR MEDALS.
A 1914/15 Star named to 8-13162 L/Cpl G Spanwick R Berks Regt. MIC confirms Trio issued and transfer to Hampshire Regt No 23889. Also a Victory medal named to 1640 Pte F E Fagg Kent Cyclist Battalion. MIC states transfer to R W Kent Regt and No 265797. Entitled also to a Bwm and IGS 1908 bar Afghanistan 1919. Victory medal named to 1671 Pte W E Storey Hunts Cyclist Battalion. MIC states KIA serving with R Warks Regt No 30279 08/05/1917. Entitled to a paIr.£40-60
375.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE NORTH'd FUS/DORSETS.
A Bwm named to 35391 Pte S Richardson North'd Fus. MIC DLI as No 3510 then the R Fusiliers as No 35391. Entitled to a 1914/15 trio and Silver Wound Badge. A Bwm named to 8173 Pte A Holness Dorset R. MIC shows transfer to E Yorks No 36332 then 5662 Pte A G Corps, 1914 Trio entitlement. Great War pair 4294 Pte W Martin Dorset Regt. MIC shows pair only entitlement.£60-80
376.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE DORSET REGT.
Named to 42893 Pte F J Davey Dorset R. MIC confirms pair entitlement.£30-40
377.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO VARIOUS REGIMENTS.
Victory medal to 12700 Pte W Hughes N Staff R. MIC states transfer to RAMC No 144732 entitled to 1914/15 Trio. Bwm named to 4473 Pte G A Smith N Staff R. MIC shows No change to 24143, pair entitlement. Victory medal named to 4946 Pte W Philipson R Lanc R. MIC shows pair only entitlement. Bwm named to 21165 Pte H Parker Lan Fus. MIC shows entitlement to 1914/15 Trio. Bwm named to 4112 Pte W Booth Notts & Derby R. MIC shows pair entitlement. Bwm named to 307289 Pte J F Hooper Notts & Derby R. MIC states pair awarded. (6)£60-80
378.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE R LANCS R.
Named to 11288 Pte J Witham R Lanc R,.MIC confirms entitlement.£50-70
379.    GREAT WAR MEDALS.
Bwm & Victory pair issued to 5215 Pte F J G Lucas N Staff R. MIC confirms pair only. A Bwm named to 329791 Pte T Taylor Cambr R. MIC shows pair awarded. A Bwm named to 3587 Pte C W Matson Monmouth R. MIC states also No 236431 entitled to a pair. Bwm named to 2341 Cpl G Weston Herts R. MIC states transfer to R Engineers No 525901 then return to Herts R as No 265400. Entitled to a 1914 Star/Bar Trio. £70-100
380.    GREAT WAR MEDALS WILTS R/ R W KENTS.
A Bwm named to 46398 Pte M Middlemass Wilts R. MIC shows pair entitlement. Bwm & Victory medals named to TF-241215 Pte J B Gilbert R W Kent R. MIC shows pair issued.£30-40
381.    GREAT WAR MEDALS R W KENT R/ RIFLE BRIGADE.
Bwm named to 16819 Pte R Bradford R W Kent R. MIC shows pair only entitlement. Bwm & Victory medals named to 303325 Pte A Williams Essex R. MIc confirms a pair entitlement. Transferred to the Labour Corps No 220909.£50-70
382.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE RIFLE BRIGADE.
Named to Z-2923 Pte F Hyde Rifle Brigade. MIC confirms Trio awarded and No 56225 12th KRRC transfer.£50-70
383.    GREAT WAR BWM's TO THE LEICS/SOMERSET L INF.
A Bwm named to 203635 Pte J Pullin Leic R. MIC shows transfers to the N & Derby R No 235088 & MGC No 144487, pair entitlement. Bwm named to 19293 Pte A Calway Som L I. MIC shows 1914/15 Trio and Silver Wound Badge entitlement. A Bwm named to 2690 Pte S Shepherd Som L I. MIC states No 241006 Som L I, sole entitlement. A Bwm named to12724 Pte G Hooper Som L I. MIC shows transfer to Labour Corps No 373200 entitlement a 1914/15 Trio. (4)
£60-80
384.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE SOMERSET L I.
A Victory Medal named to 25483 Pte F Rowlands Som L I. Mic shows pair only as entitlement. A Bwm named to 35139 Pte W Atkinson Som L I. MIC shows transfer to the North'd Fusiliers No 53667, pair issued. Bwm named to 240362 Pte E Seaman Som L I. MIC TFWM and pair entitlement. A Bwm named to 53814 Pte A G Carr Som L I. MIC shows apir and a Silver Wound Badge issued.£50-80
385.    THREE BWM's TO THE SOM L I.
A Bwm named to 3157 Pte E Hoskins Som L I. MIC shows BWM as sole entitlement., No change to 241380. A Bwm named to 2829 Pte M Chidley Som L I. MIC shows transfer to Bedfordshire R and award of a 1914/15 Trio and SWB. A Bwm named to 5477 Pte E Franklin Som L I. MIC shows transfer to Labour Corps No 468878, pair issued.£45-55
386.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE SOMERSET L I.
Bwm named to 28944 Pte R Loveridge Som L I. MIC shows transfer to Hampshire Regt No 010811, pair issued. A Bwm named to 26166 Pte W Purkis Som L I. MIC shows pair and SWB issued. A Bwm named to 36607 Pte R G A Aston. MIC confirms Bwm only entitlement.£45-55
387.    A W W 11 GROUP SOMERSET L I.
Defence and War medals with GV1 LSGC named to 5668210 Pte S A Baker Somerset Light Infantry.£40-60
388.    WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO THE DCLI.
A Victory medal named to 38684 Pte W Bell DCLI. MIC shows transfer to Labour Corps and later Worcester Regt, No's 576554/64441 respectively. Entitled to a pair. A Bwm named to 31678 Pte A J Creech DCLI. MIC shows a pair and SWB issued. Victory medal named to 12890 Pte R Cook DCLI. MIC shows entitlement to a 1914/15 Star Trio and SWB. Bwm & Victory medals named to 9963 Pte W Bassett DCLI. MIC shows transfer to the R Brigade No 52046, entitled to a 1914/15 Star trio.£50-70
389.    TWO GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE DCLI.
Bwm and Victory medals named to 389610 Pte E M Grose DCLI. MIC shows transfer to 4th Londons and No 85299/284055, entitled to a a pair only. Bwm and Victory medals named to 24512 Pte F V DeMoster DCLI. MIC shows a pair issued.£60-80
390.    GREAT WAR DCLI MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 5409 Pte R Dunn DCLI. MIC confirms sole award Bwm, No change to 201976. A Bwm & Victory medal pair to 37554 Pte C R Spanswick. MIC confirms pair only awarded. A Bwm named to 26338 Pte A W Jones DCLI. MIC confirms transfer to R Berks Regt No 43644, pair only entitlement.£60-80
391.    GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE DLI.
Bwm and Victory pair named to 254244 Pte J J Gauden DLI. MIC shows transfer to 1st North'd Fusiliers No 64820 then E Yorks Regt No 42594, entitled to a pair. Bwm and Victory medals named to 5919 Pte C Parslow DLI. MIC shows number change to 202031, entitled to a pair only.£60-80
392.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE DLI.
A Bwm named to 70519 Sjt H H Dennis DLI (entitled to a pair). 1914/15 Star named to 2594 Pte H Shaw DLI.MIC shows cahnge of No to 200269 and promotion to Cpl-pair issued. Bwm named to 8705 Pte W Kelly DLI. MIC shows transfer to the Labour Corps and No 219038, entitled to a 1914/15 Star trio.£40-60
393.    BWM's TO THE KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L I.
A Bwm named to 44232 Cpl J Staines KOYLI. MIC shows transfer to the R Fusiliers No GS/83877 pair entitlement only. Bwm named to 46259 Pte T A Binna KOYLI. MIC states pair entitlement. Bwm named to 2888 Pte J Straw No change to 240520. £45-60
394.    A PAIR TO A K.O.Y.L.INFANTRY RECIPIENT.
Named to 9732 Pte H W Earl KOYLI. MIC shows transfer to the Labour Corps and No 505747 issued. Entitled to a 1914/15 Trio and SWB.£30-40
395.    MEDALS TO THE K S L INFANTRY.
A 1914/15 Star and Bwm named to 13702 Pte I Hopkins Shrop L I. MIC confirms award of a trio. Bwm named to 1924 Pte N A Murgatroid KSLI.MIC states transfers to the R Warks Regt No 300792, then to the Irish Rifles No 15/52401, entitled to a pair only.£40-50
396.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE OXFORD & BUCKS LI.
A Bwm & Victory medal pair to 997 Pte A F Isbell Oxf & Bucks LI. MIC shows entitlement to a 1914/15 Trio and a SWB. A 1914/15 Star named to 9471 Pte G Hignell Oxf & Bucks LI. MIC shows 1914/15 trio entitlement. A Bwm named to 5153 Pte F Buckett Oxf & Bucks LI. MIC shows transfers to Devons No 45452, then Labour Corps No 571092, lastly back to the Oxf & Bucks LI No 31653 then 5373697. Entitled to a pair.£55-70
397.    A GREAT WAR PAIR R GUERNSEY L INFANTRY.
Named to 842 Pte W C Saunders Guernsey L I. MIC confims pair issue only. £40-60
398.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE R FUSILIERS.
A Bwm named to 34515 Pte G B Price R Fus. MIC shows transfer to the RAF No 146278, pair issued. Bwm & Victory medals to GS-43044 Pte R Hall R Fus. MIC shows pair entitlement.£45-55
399.    GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE R FUSILIERS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 28290 Pte H F Burnham R Fus. MIC shows transfer to the Labour Corp No 381871, entitled to the pair only. Bwm & Victory medals named to 36236 Pte H D Price R Fus. MIC confirms pair only entitlement.£60-80
400.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE R FUSILIERS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 104114 Pte H J Peggrem R Fus. MIC shows entitlement to a 1914/15 Trio. Bwm named to 8301 Pte A J Greenland R Fus. MIC shows 4th Batt and entitlement to a 1914/15 Star trio.£45-55
401.    TWO GREAT WAR R FUSILIER PAIRS.
The first pair named to GS-4658 Pte C Newson R Fus. MIC shows pair only entitlement. Bwm & Victory medals named to 81201 Pte E Carroll R Fus. MIC confirms pair entitlement and transfer to the MGC No 13954.£60-80
402.    BWM's TO THE HEREFORD/MANCHESTER REGTS.
A Bwm named to 4182 Pte F Andrews Hereford Regt. MIC states change of No 236881 and pair entitlement. A Bwm named to 19721 Pte C Smithson Manch R. MIC shows pair entitlement. A Bwm named to 52236 Cpl C Burton Manch R. MIC shows entitlement to a pair.£45-55
403.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE MANCHESTER REGT.
Named to 280 Sjt C Calow Manch R. MIC states C.Calow Sergeant No 280 Manchester Regt (Territorial Forces) MID LG 13/07/1916, Page 6950. Bwm named to 3615 Pte W Cockcroft Manch R. This medal has been vandalised though the number and regiment are clear. MIC shows change in No 351706, pair as entitlement.£60-80
404.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE KINGS LIVERPOOL REGT.
Bwm & Victory medal pair named to 5081 Pte J Jackson L'pool R. MIC shows No changed to 202187, entitlement a pair. Bwm & Victory medals named to 44453 Pte A Woods L'pool R. MIC shows transfer to Labour Corps and No 47628, pair issued.£60-80
405.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE KINGS LIVERPOOL REGT.
A Bwm named to 52756 A/Cpl A B Evans L'pool R. MIC confirms transfers to the Labour Corps No 39717, then No changed to 663730 Army Ordnance Corps No S/12086, entitled to a pair. A Bwm named to 73005 Cpl R Denovan L'pool R. MIC states transfer to Labour Corps, entitled to a TFWM -SWB and a pair. A Bwm named to 86284 Pte R Durkin L'pool R. MIC shows transfer to the North Lancs R No 29317, entitled to a pair only.£45-55
406.    GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE KINGS LIVERPOOL REGT
British War medal and Victory medal named to 77838 Sgt H Davies L'pool R. MIC shows transfer to Queens Own Cameron Highlanders No S/49829 entitled to a pair. A Bwm & Victory medals named to 114300 Pte A Dibben L'pool R. MIC shows a pair as entitlement.£60-80
407.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE L'POOL REGT.
A 1914/15 Star named to 25499 Pte F Carnell L'pool R. MIC shows transfer to the Cheshire Regt and No 58554 A/Cpl and entitlement to a 1914/15 trio. A Bwm named to 5688 Pte R Forrester L'pool R. MIC record shows a pair as entitlement. A Bwm named to 62210 Pte W Brown L'pool R. MIC records transfer to the Labour Corps and No 40262, then ASC No M/414594, pair only entitlement.£40-60
408.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE HAMPSHIRE REGT
A Bwm named to 26806 Pte H Lakin, MIC shows a pair issued. A Bwm named to 34657 Pte T King Hamps R. MIC shows transfer to the R A O C No 046247, entitled to a pair. A Bwm and Victory medal pair issued to 23283 Cpl R H Fisher Hamps R, entitled to a pair.£55-75
409.    GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE HAMPSHIRE REGT.
Bwm and Victory medals named to 27438 Pte E Weston Hamps R. MIC shows transfers to the Cambridgeshire Regt No 328252, then the Suffolk Regt No 37012, entitled to a pair. A Bwm named to 24749 Pte W Hughes Hamps R. MIC shows entitlement to a pair. A Bwm and Victory Medal pair named to 6457 Pte G Baulf Hamps R. MIC shows entitlement to the 1914 Star and Bar also.£70-100
410.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE HAMPSHIRE REGT.
A Bwm named to 21205 Pte A Reading Hamps R. MIC records transfer to the R Sussex Regt No G/14241, entitlement a pair. Bwm and Victory medals named to 280397 Pte W H Stevens Hamps R. MIC records show old No 1626 and entitlement also to a TFWM.£40-60
411.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE HAMPSHIRE REGT.
Bwm & Victory medals and Imperial Service bar named to 3391 Pte E S Holly Hamps R. MIC shows No 306898 and confirms pair only. A Victory medal to 39737 Pte F J Friend Hamps R. MIC confirms pair only. Bwm & Victory medals named to 44830 Pte J G Close Hamps R. MIC confirms pair as only entitlement.£60-80
412.    GREAT WAR KRRC RECIPIENTS MEDALS.
Bwm and Victory medals named to 545030 Pte P E Wagstaff KRRC. MIC shows pair entitlement and transfer to the Labour Corps No 612067. Bwm named to R.37101 Pte P G Cripps KRRC. MIC states pair entitlement. Bwm named to R-41890 Pte W Gardiner KRRC. MIC shows pair issued.£60-80
413.    GREAT WAR CORPS MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 54647 Pte W H Bailey MGC. MIC shows a pair issued. A Bwm named to 026709 Pte F Mason AOC. MIC records show a pair issued. A Bwm named to SE-17118 Pte A C Chapman AVC, (Pair issued).£45-55
414.    AN A V CORPS 1914/15 TRIO.
Named to SE-1530 Pte H H Robins AVC. MIC confirms trio and transfer to the RFA No 224851 (Driver).£50-70
415.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE RAMC.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 11266 Pte P J Kewell R A M C. MIC states 1914/15 Trio issued. Bwm named to 2216 Pte G A Chamberlain R A M C. MIC shows pair issued. Bwm named to 153177 Pte Pte W J Gallienne R A M C. (Entitled to a pair only. A Victory medal named to 459179 Pte G Smitheram R A M C (Pair issued). Bwm named to 63635 Pte J Wainwright R A M C. MIC states pair and IGS clasp Afghanistan 1919 awarded. Lived at 20 Napton Street. Burnley Lancs.£70-100
416.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE A P C/LABOUR CORPS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 22500 Pte F L Bullows A P C. MIC states pair and SWB issued. Bwm & Victory medals to 199229 Pte H H Game Labour Corps (full entitlement). Bwm & Victory medals named to 161265 Pte W C Coble Labour Corps. (full entitlement).£70-100
417.    GREAT WAR MEDALS ISSUED TO THE M G C/A S C.
Bwm named to 114543 Pte E W J Trunks M.G.C. MIC shows entitlement to a pair and a SWB. Bwm & Victory medals named to 122674 Pte T Wood M.G.C. (full entitlement). Bwm & Victory medals named to S/360935 Pte P Rose A.S.C. MIC shows pair and SWB awarded in original box of issue.£60-80
418.    AN A.S.CORPS 1914/15 TRIO.
Named to C Q M Sjt F W Wild A.S.C. MIC shows transfer to R Engineers No WR-259947 later changed to 198699, trio confirmed. Boxes of issue.£40-60
419.    GREAT WAR PAIR AND IGS 1908 TO THE A.S.C
Bwm & Victory medals named to M-271135 Pte A Stevens A.S.C. MIC shows pair and IGS 1908 awarded bar Afghanistan 1919 .
£60-80
420.    AN A.S.CORPS 1914/15 TRIO.
Named to T-Dvr G Moore A.S.C. MIC shows No 261160 C of Hrs.£40-60
421.    AN A.S.CORPS 1914 STAR/BAR TRIO.
Named to M-25297 Pte J E Reeves A.S.C. MIC shows confirmation of awards.£60-80
422.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE ASC.
A Victory medal named to M2-151688 Pte A N Stones ASC. MIC shows 1914/15 Trio awarded and transfer tothe British Red Cross Society. A Bwm named to M2-119263 Pte A H Post ASC, (entitled to a trio). Bwm and Victory medals named to S4-061019 Pte W V Woodcock ASC. MIC shows a pair issued. Bwm & Victory medals named to DM-178982 Pte J Ayling ASC. MIC confirms pair and a SWB.£45-65
423.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE ASC.
Bwm & Victory medals named to TR-11671 Dvr A Oatway ASC. MIC shows transfer to RFA No 21913, pair entitlement. Bwm only named to M-333344 W J Lees ASC, (entitled to a pair). Bwm & Victory medals named to 025082 A/Cpl L A Whitear A O C, (entitled to a pair only). Bwm & Victory medals named to 033033 Pte J Chamberlain A O C. (only entitlement).£70-100
424.    A GREAT WAR KRRC TRIO.
1914/15 Trio named to R-4937 Pte W Blainey K R R Corps. MIC confirms the trio and a SWB (mint).£50-70
425.    A GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE KRRC.
Named to 50212 Pte S R Caspard KRRC, MIC shows pair only entitlement.£30-40
426.    A GREAT WAR ARMY CYCLIST CORPS PAIR.
Named to 8787 Pte G Webster A Cyc Corps. MIC states transfer to the Cheshire Regt and issued a SWB.£40-60
427.    A PAIR TO THE RAMC Etc.
Named to 2177 Pte O Littler RAMC, (MIC shows only entitlement). His Brandy Flask and Postcard Pictures. After the war Oscar Littler became a Minister in St Austell Cornwall and pictures with the group are of friends etc at College and during the war. War and Defence medals for the Home Guard WW11.£60-90
428.    IRISH REGT's GREAT WAR MEDALS.
A Bwm & Victory medals named to 5131 Pte W A Hansford R Mun Fus. MIC records transfer to the RE No 356674, entitled to a pair only. Bwm named to 8727 Pte W J Collins R.Inns Fus. MIC shows transfer to J. A. A. C. No 1047, entitled to a 1914 Star Trio.
£55-75
429.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS.
Named to 12498 Pte A Wood R Dub Fus. MIC confirms trio awarded.£60-80
430.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO IRISH REGIMENTS.
A 1914/15 Star and Victory medal named to 8252 Cpl G Howes Royal Irish Rifles. MIC confirms trio awarded. A Bwm named to 1850 Pte W Wade Leinster Regt. MIC shows 1914/15 trio awarded and transfer to the R Inniskilling Fusiliers No 44229.£50-70
431.    TWO GREAT WAR CAVALRY PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 23127 Pte L Hart 21st Lancers. MIC shows transfer from the Empress of Indias Lancers to the R West Kents No G/19944, pair issued. Bwm & Victory medals named to 5L-6562 Pte T Green 5th R Irish Lancers. MIC shows transfer to Company of Horse No L/12624. MIC shows 1914 Star and bar trio awarded.£60-80
432.    GREAT WAR MEDALS INCLUDING HOUSEHOLD BATTALION/G GDS
A Bwm named to 24902 Pte A Clarke G Gds, MIC shows pair issued. Bwm & Victory medals named to 2359 Pte P Samson Household Battalion. MIC shows transfer to G Guards No 30517 and confirms pair issued only. A Bwm named to 3784 Pte I Haley 19th Hussars. MIC shows firstly Yorkshire Dragoons and then the Queens Own , entitled to a pair only. A Bwm named to 4316 Pte A Coley H A C Infantry. MIC shows pair issued and a SWB.£70-100
433.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO VARIOUS UNITS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to GS-20347 Pte H W Brown 6th D Gds. MIC shows pair entitlement. Bwm named to D-8695 Pte A McNight 2-Dns. Pte McNight is shown as a 1914 Star and Clasp Trio recipient. Bwm named to 4316 Pte A Coley H A C Infantry. MIC states pair and SWB entitlement..£70-90
434.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO VARIOUS UNITS.
A Bwm named to 2/Lt H Thomson. MIC states that H Thomson served in India (Border Regt) and entitled only to the Bwm-he did apply for a Victory medal. Bwm & Victory medals named to 241650 Pte H Wilson Linc Regt, (entitled to a pair only). Bwm named to 18810 Pte J White R Lanc R. MIC shows transfer to the Labour Corps No 489501 then R D C No 79589, pair issued.£60-80
435.    AN IGS 1908 TO THE RAMC.
An India General Service medal named to 76178 Pte J J Markwell RAMC, bar Afghanistan 1919. MIC shows entitlement to a pair also, address 1 Gilstead Rd. Fulham. London. £40-50
436.    RIFLE BRIGADE GT WAR MEDALS.
Bwm named to S-30928 Pte W H Jones R Bgde. MIC states transfer to ASC No T/383460, entitled to a pair. Bwm & Victory pair named to S/25635 Pte W Willoughby R Bgde, entitled to a pair.£45-55
437.    GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE RIFLE BRIGADE.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 48945 Pte E Ransley R Bdge, entitled to a pair. Bwm & Victory medals named to S-24626 Pte E Tyerman R Bgde, only entitlement.£60-80
438.    GREAT WAR RIFLE BRIGADE MEDALS.
A Bwm & Victory medals named to S-30523 Pte G A Bannister Rifle Bgde, entitled to a pair only. Bwm named to 45947 Pte G A Linington R Bgde. MIC states transfer to the KRRC No 64356. Bwm named to S-26896 Pte S H Simmonds R Bgde, pair entitlement.£60-80
439.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE R.B/MGC
Bwm & Victory medals named to S-36365 Pte W F Collett R.Bgde. MIC shows transfer to the KRRC No 64890 entitled to a pair only. Bwm named to S-5278 Pte R Barratt R Bgde. MIC states entitled to a 1914/15 Trio. Bwm & Victory medals named to 15911 Pte E Shrives MGC. MIC shows transfer to the N & Derby's No 23997, entitled to a pair and a SWB.£60-80
440.    GREAT WAR ROYAL ENGINEER MEDALS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 164475 Spr W T Camp R E. Entitled to a pair only in boxes of issue. Victory medal only named to 168453 A Cpl S A Mercer R E. MIC shows entitlement to a pair. Bwm named to 257354 Spr J Cox RE. MIC shows transfer to the South Staffs No 17122, later a return to the R E's No 269606 entitled to a pair and a SWB. A Bwm named to 319509 Spr C E White RE. MIC records No ER/551094 change and pair as full entitlement.£60-80
441.    GREAT WAR ROYAL ENGINEER MEDALS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 70996 Cpl T W Saunders R E, full entitlement. Victory medal only to 376559 Spr J S W Gale R E. MIC shows transfer to the Bedfordshire Regt on special duty, pair issued. A Bwm named to 146920 Spr S Woodington RE, entitled to a pair.£45-55
442.    A ROYAL ENGINEERS 1914/15 TRIO.
Named to 116736 Pnr W Holliday RE. MIC states trio issued and a SWB.£50-60
443.    A ROYAL ENGINEERS 1914/15 TRIO.
Issued to 50397 Cpl J Spencer RE, MIC confirms trio awarded.£45-55
444.    R ENGINEERS GREAT WAR MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 225014 Pnr A G Robinson RE, (pair issued). A Bwm named to 98142 Spr R G Martin RE, (pair issued). A Bwm named to WR 42316 Pnr S L B James RE. MIC shows he started in the Devonshire Regt No 56875, then the Labour Corps No 143523, finishing in the R Engineers, (pair issued).£45-60
445.    ROYAL ENGINEERS GREAT WAR MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 1427062 Cpl G G Williams RE, (pair issued). Bwm & Victory medals issued to 55410 Cpl S Hill RE. MIC shows No changed to WR/250798, entitled to a 1914/15 trio. Bwm only named to 345406 Spr H Dobney RE, MIC shows No change to WR/550562, (pair issued).£50-70
446.    A ROYAL FLYING CORPS PAIR.
Named to 19801 Sgt G A Fillmor RFC. In original box of issue and with an RFC cap badge and some documentation.£40-60
447.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE WELSH REGT.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 54413 Pte J Jones Welsh R. MIC shows transfers to the S W Borderers No 30988 then the Worcestershire Regt No 207209, entitled to a pair. Bwm named to 266562 Pte F Vaughn Welsh R. Entitled to a 1914/15 Trio he later transferred to the Labour Corps No 204638. A Bwm named to 9434 Pte B A V Drewitt Welsh R. MIC shows award of a 1914 Star Trio and transfer to the RFA No 92653.£60-80
448.    A TRIO TO THE WELSH REGT.
A 1914/15 trio awarded to 29054 Pte D D Thomas Welsh R. MIC confirms the trio and transfer to the Labour Corps No 204638.£50-60
449.    GREAT WAR MEDALS INCLUDING A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE WELSH REGT.
Bwm named to 21409 Pte J Parker of the Welsh Regt. Entitled to a pair, transferred first to the Cheshire Regt No 63608 then the R. E. No 42101. A 1914/15 trio to 879 Pte E Jones Welsh R. Trio confirmed also No 200287 alteration. A Bwm named to 34676 Pte J D Harris Welsh R, (entitled to a pair only)£60-80
450.    A R W FUSILIERS 1914/15 TRIO.
Named to 19292 Pte J S Winrow RWF. MIC confirms trio also a SWB issued. A Victory medal to 76012 Pte E J Jones RWF. MIC shows transfer to Labour Corps No629984, pair issued.£50-70
451.    GREAT WAR R W F MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 69616 Pte W T Rees RWF. MIC confirms sole entitlement. Bwm & Victory medals to 60498 Pte F J Nichols RWF. MIC shows transfer to the MGC No 142471, entitled to a pair only. A Bwm named to 49885 Pte J Griffiths R W F. MIC shows entitled to a pair only.£60-80
452.    A R W FUSILIERS 1914/15 TRIO.
Named to 14981 L-Cpl W Jones RWF. MIC confirms the trio and a transfer to the Labour Corps No 132206.£50-70
453.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE S W BORDERERS.
Bwm named to 20654 Pte S Joyce S W Borderers. MIC shows trio awarded and transfer to Cheshire Regt No 65243, also a SWB issued. A 1914/15 Trio to 1608 Pte C Ball S W B. MIC records show a transfer to the Devonshire Regt No 5114 then return to the SWB No 27743, trio confirmed. A Bwm named to 34199 Pte H Griffiths S W B. (Entitled to a pair only).£70-100
454.    A MANCHESTER REGT 1914/15 TRIO.
Issued to 2363 Pte F G Hamm Manch R. MIC confirms trio issued and transfer to the RAF No 401432.£50-70
455.    A SOUTH STAFFS REGT REPLACEMENT TRIO.
Interestingly the medals are addressed to Defence and Military Attache, British Embassy Madrid 4. (c/o Foreign Office-outward bag room) London SW1. From the Army Medal Office, Droitwich. MIC A'68/T/183 shows Tennant J H Lieutenant. S Staffs Regt. 1914/15 Star named to 2888 Pte J H Tennant. S Staffs-Duplicate. Bwm & Victory medals named 2/Lt J H Tennant-Duplicate. No change to L Cpl 240544 then transfer to RAF as a Lt.£50-80
456.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO VARIOUS UNITS.
A Bwm named to 17022 Pte J Williams Ches R. MIC states 1914/15 trio and a SWB. Victory medal named to Capt J C M Muntz. MIC states Capt John Cyril Munro Muntz 4th N & Derby's entitled to a pair. Victory medal only named to 26197 Pte E G Hill. Interestingly the MIC shows him entitled to a VIctory medal only.£30-50
457.    A GREAT WAR ROYAL ARTILLERY MM & TRIO.
GV Military Medal named to 960465 Dvr A R King RFA.. 1914/15 star named to 2474 Dvr A R King RFA, Bwm & Victory medals named to 2474 Dvr A R King RA. Together with a set of miniatures (1914 s & bar) mounted for wear. Served France from 18/03/1915.£300-400
458.    A GV R ARTILLERY LSGC.
Named to 21608 B S Mjr W T Emery RA. MIC shows entitlement to a 1914 star and bar trio, rank stated as W O 11.£30-50
459.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE RGA.
Named to 37520 Gnr P Davis R G Art. MIC confirms trio awarded.£40-60
460.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE ROYAL ARTILLERY.
Named to 62528 Gnr T A Chappell, trio confirmed by MIC.£40-60
461.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY.
Issued to 87851 Gnr W Snelgrove R H A, confirmed by MIC.
£40-60
462.    A 1914/15 TRIO TO THE R F ARTILLERY.
Issued to 35307 Dvr W Pearson RFA, confirmed by MIC.£40-60
463.    A 1914/15 TRIO and TEM TO THE RFA/HEREFORD BRIGADE.
Trio named to 468 A-Bombadier A Archer RFA. Territorial Efficiency Medal named to L.Bmbr A Archer RFA 4th Hereford Brig Anglian Division. MIC confirms awards.£70-100
464.    A ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY 1914 TRIO.
Issued to 44417 Gnr S Edmunds RFA, MIC confirms awards. A 1914/15 Star and Bwm named to 15950 Gnr W Ware, entitled to a 1914/15 trio£60-90
465.    THREE R. ARTILLERY GREAT WAR PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 65276 Gnr C Warne R.A. Bwm & Victory named to 300636 Gnr A Melvin R.A. Bwm & Victory medals named to 107663 Gnr E A Horner R.G.A. MIC's show all awards are pairs only.£70-90
466.    THREE R ARTILLERY GT WAR PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 236512 Gnr W C Strike R.A. Bwm & Victory medals named to L-795 Dvr J Lake R.A. Bwm & Victory medals named to 39050 Gnr H W Knott R.A.. All are confirmed awards by MIC's.£70-90
467.    THREE GREAT WAR PAIRS TO THE R.ARTILLERY.
Bwm & Victory medals named 169774 Gnr J Affrick R.A. Bwm & Victory medals to 905907 Gnr B Calmaan R.A. Bwm & Victory medals to 156735 Gnr H S Parks R.A. All confirmed as pairs only.£70-90
468.    THREE GREAT WAR R. ARTILLERY PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory medals to 656398 Bmbr J W Webster R.A. Bwm & Victory medals to 99301 Gnr F Davis R.A. Bwm & Victory medals to 234581 Gnr G Hare R.A. All are confirmed as pairs only.£70-90
469.    GREAT WAR R. ARTILLERY PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory medals to 75693 Gnr J Watson, pair confirmed. Bwm & Victory medals to 44357 A-Cpl A Boyd, MIC shows 1914/15 Trio issued. Bwm & Victory medals to 353899 Gnr E L Bailey, pair only confirmed.
£70-90
470.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE R. ARTILLERY.
Bwm & Victory medals to 2391 Gnr G H Hall. Bwm & Victory medals to 109614 Bmbr H J Simms. Both are full entitlements. A Bwm named to L-31617 Cpl W C Adams R F A. A Bwm named to 126667 Bmbr W Reed R H A. A Bwm named to 890591 Gnr P Bray R F A. MIC's show the last three are all entitled to a pair only.£70-80
471.    GREAT WAR BWM's TO THE R ARTILLERY.
Bwm named to 6408 Gnr J H Nashby RA. A Bwm named to 3331 Dvr A Piper R.A. A Bwm named to 70081 Gnr D Smith R.A. A Bwm named to 209125 Gnr J G Knights R G A. All are full entitlements as pairs only. (4)£45-55
472.    FOUR GREAT WAR BWM's TO THE R ARTILLERY.
Bwm named to 207323 Gnr D R Glasspool RFA. A Bwm named to 188169 Gnr J Cartwright RGA. A Bwm named to 876349 Dvr T I Brinkley R F A. A Bwm named to 82797 Cpl W R Martin R F A. All are entitled to a pair only.£50-60
473.    GREAT WAR R ARTILLERY MEDALS.
Bwm & Victory medals to 170574 Gnr E F Steele R G A. (Full entitlement). A Victory medal to 44379 Gnr G J Dodson RFA (entitled to a 1914/15 trio). A Victory medal to 204807 Gnr O Maslen. MIC shows a pair issued. A Victory medal to 11946 Gnr J H Ward R F A. (pair issued).£40-60
474.    A NATIVES INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL.
An IGS 1908 with bar Afghanistan 1919 name dto 2474 Dadr.Samund Singh 4/Cavy.£30-40
475.    A ROYAL ARTILLERY IGS 1908.
Named to 46323 L-Sgt B Welfare 112 Btty R F A, with bar Waziristan 1921-24.£40-60
476.    A IGS 1908 ISSUED TO NATIVE TROOPS.
Named to 71 Spr Muhammad Karim B O Sappers and Miners with bar Waziristan 1921-24£30-40
477.    A NATIVE ISSUE IGS 1908 with N W FRONTIER 1930-31 BAR.
Named to 9047 Sep Fauja. Singh. 2-12 Frontier Force Rifles.£30-40
478.    AN IGS BAR N W FRONTIER 1930-31.
Named to21-M-8 SWR. Mahmud. F C.£30-40
479.    AN IGS BAR N W FRONTIER 1930-31.
Named to 8469 Narinjan Sing 3-1 Punjab Regt£30-40
480.    AN IGS/GSM & WAR MEDAL GROUP TO THE R SUSSEX R/KRRC.
India General Service medal bar N W Frontier 1930-31 named to 776757 Pte F Andrews R Suss R. A General Service Medal bar Palestine, named to 776757 Pte F Andrews K R R C. Also a 1939/45 War Medal. (3)£70-100
481.    A ROYAL ARTILLERY INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL.
1908 IGS bar North West Frontier 1935 (London Mint) named to 6200690 Gnr H Parrott R.A£30-50
482.    A NATIVE ISSUE GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL.
GSM bar Kurdistan to Nora Elia. 3-Iraq Levies.£30-40
483.    AN INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL 1936-39.
An IGS with bar N W Frontier 1936-37 named to 10599 Sepoy. Walayat. Kahn. 3-15 Punjab R£30-40
484.    A GSM BAR PALESTINE 1945-48 TO THE K.D.G.
GSM bar Palestine 1945-48 named to 14886699 Trpr J Cook Kings Dragoon Guards.£40-60
485.    A GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL BAR MALAYA.
A GSM bar Malaya GV1 issue named to 14238950 S/Sjt A R Hart R.A.O.C.£40-60
486.    A GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL BAR MALAYA TO THE R A F.
George V1 issue GSM named to 4200701 L.A.C. A. Dickinson R.A.F.£40-60
487.    A GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL BAR CYPRUS.
A GSM bar Cyprus named to 505662 L.A.C. T.G.Forester R.A.F.£30-40
488.    AN OFFICERS GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL/CAMPAIGN S MEDAL PAIR.
The QE11 GSM named to Captain A D Lewis R Signals bar Malaya. The CSM bar Malay Peninsula named to Major A D Lewis R Signals. Anthony David Lewis was born 10/03/1930. Served in the ranks for 197 days. TA National service 24/09/1951. 2/lt 17/03/1950, 2Lt R Signals 10/03/1951. Lt 21/06/1952. Capt 10/03/1957. Major 10/03/1964. £150-200
489.    A GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL TO THE R WARKS.
QE11 GSM with bar Cyprus named to 23142676 Pte B Stanley R Warwickshire Regt.£40-50
490.    A CSM BAR BORNEO TO THE R E M 1 RN.
A Campaign Service Medal bar Borneo named to M.983186 A Parry R.E.M.1. R.N.£50-60
491.    A CAMPAIGN SERVICE MEDAL BAR S. ARABIA. TO THE RAF
A CSM with clasp South Arabia named to Q1308555 Sgt J Stubbert R.A.F.£30-40
492.    A CAMPAIGN SERVICE MEDAL CLASP RADFAN TO THE RAF.
A CSM clasp Radfan named to 682346 Jnr Tec W. J.Hogan. R.A.F.£50-70
493.    A CAMPAIGN SERVICE MEDAL CLASP NORTHERN IRELAND.
A CSM with clasp Northern Ireland named to 24896847 Pte P Bix D.E.R.R. (Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment.£40-50
494.    AN AFRICA GSM BAR KENYA.
An Africa general Service Medal clasp Kenya named to a native soldier T.P.R. Muhika Karigia£30-40
495.    BWM's TO CASUALTIES IN SCOTTISH REGIMENTS.
A Bwm named to S/22813 Pte W Leighton 4th/5th Battalions Black Watch. Date of death given as Monday 1st of April 1918. Commemorated on the Poziers Memorial France. MIC confirms pair awarded.
A Bwm named to 40511 Pte F Cree 1st Battalion KOSB. Date of death 22nd October 1916 Age 21. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial France. MIC shows pair awarded.£50-70
496.    A 1914 SCOTS GUARDS TRIO.
Named to 4634 Drmr R Morris S. Gds. MIC shows Drmr Morris entered the war in France on the 13/08/1914 and is entitled to the clasp and rosette. Robert Morris also had the No 19454. Also a Bwm named to 14357 Pte E Whitehouse. S. Guards. MIC shows entitlement as a pair.£180-200
497.    A KSA TO THE SCOTS GUARDS.
Named to 9355 Pte T Fleming with 1901 & 1902 Clasps. Also a Bwm named to 7483 Pte A Brown S Guards. MIC shows pair and SWB issued.£30-40
498.    BWM's TO SCOTTISH REGIMENTS.
A Bwm named to 5055 Pte G Falconer R Highlanders. A Bwm named to S-20495 Pte P Lindsay R Highlanders. A Bwm named to S-12453 Pte A Langton R Highlanders, entitled to a pair and a SWB. A Bwm named to S-5746 Pte W J Fletcher R Highlanders. MIC shows pair entitlement for the first three Bwm's, a 1914/15 trio for the last mentioned Bwm.£60-80
499.    BWM's TO THE R HIGHLANDERS.
A Bwm named to S-18748 Pte F McTavish R .Highrs. A Bwm named to S-11730 Pte W Dodds R Highrs. A Bwm named to 11559 Pte A Gourly. A Bwm named to S-27618 S.C.F. Smith R Highrs. MIC shows all are entitled to a pair only.£60-80
500.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO SCOTTISH REGIMENTS.
A Bwm & Victory medal pair to S-15067 Sjt W Austin A&S Highlanders. MIC confirms a pair only. A Bwm named to S-8974 A.Sjt J.B. Burrell A & S Highlanders. (pair issued). A Bwm named to S-19813 Pte H Gillett A & S Highlanders. MIC states pair issued. A Bwm named to 3882 Pte P Gilligan A & S Highlanders. MIC states transfer to Labour Corps No 574277, entitled to a pair only. £70-80
501.    GREAT WAR PAIRS TO SCOTTISH REGIMENTS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 1297 Cpl G Ferguson A & S Highlanders. MIC shows transfer to R E No 10420, then back to the A & S Highlanders No 300113, then again the R.E. Entitled to a 1914/15 trio. A Bwm & Victory medal pair named to 14277 Pte A Mackay Sea. Highrs. MIC shows pair entitlement and transfer to the RAMC No 138279£60-80
502.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS.
A Bwm named to S-11449 Pte A Murphey Sea Highrs. MIC shows entitlement to a pair and a SWB. A Bwm named to S-16884 Pte J Peebles Seaforth Highrs. MIC records transfer to the ASC on 20/05/1919. A Bwm named to S-21638 Pte J Combs Seaforth Highrs. MIC states training Battn No 1/12452 and pair as full entitlement. A Bwm named to S-10611 Pte E Tattershall Sea.Highrs. MIC shows award of Silver Wound Badge and discharge 08/02/1916.£60-80
503.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE H. L. I.
A Bwm named to 33090 Pte D S McIntyre High L I. MIC shows previously in the ASC NoS/4/060464, then the HLI, 1914/15 Trio issued. A Bwm named to 74991 Pte A Cooke, MIC shows pair as entitlement. A Bwm named to 40281 Pte (Lieut) J Houston. MIC records transfer to the 3rd Manchester Regt and promotion to 2/Lt. Bwm named to 41245 Pte C S Plummer H L I. A Bwm named to 282091 Pte J Burton HLI. MIC records show the latter two as pairs only issued.£60-70
504.    GREAT WAR K O S BORDERERS MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 25967 Pte R H Waldie KOSB's. MIC records transfer to Labour Corps No 399721. A Bwm named to 7856 Pte W Craig KOSB's. MIC shows No 201031 also. A Bwm & Victory medal pair named to 32391 Pte H F Ward KOSB's. A Bwm named to 35466 Pte R Davidson KOSB's. All are confirmed as entitled to a pair only.£55-756
505.    GREAT WAR R SCOTS MEDALS.
Bwm named to 46105 Pte W Crossett R Scots. A Bwm named to 39418 Pte J A Robertson R Scots. MIC confirms a pair issued to each recipient. A 1914/15 Star to 3646 Pte W Ford R Scots, also entitled to Bwm & Victory medals.£40-50
506.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO SCOTTISH REGIMENTS.
Bwm & Victory medal pair named to 35457 Pte J O'Shea Scot Rif. (Full entitlement) A Bwm named to 241257 Pte O Broomhall Scot Rif. MICrecords transfer to Labour Corps, pair and SWB issued. A Bwm named to S-21786 Pte J Campbell Gordon High'rs. MIC shows transfer to the Seaforths No S/41658, pair entitlement only. A Bwm named to S-32512 Pte J Paterson Cam Highrs. MIC shows entitlement to a pair only.£70-100
507.    A QUEENS OWN ROYAL GLASGOW YEOMANRY PAIR.
Named to 2596 Pte D J Adams Q O R Glasgow Yeo. MIC show pair entitlement and No changed to 95430.£50-80
508.    GREAT WAR BWM's TO THE SCOTTISH HORSE.
A Bwm named to 1781 Cpl T Graham Sco H. MIC records show transfer to the Royal Highlanders and No 520 thence S/40636, entitled to a 1914/15 Trio. Served in the Balkans from 18/08/1915. Also Scottish Horse Scouts No 395395 TF.£30-50
509.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE R SCOTTISH FUSILIERS.
A Bwm named to 24008 Pte J Kerr R.S.Fus. MIC shows pair awarded. 1914/15 Star and Bwm named to 13587 Pte F O'Connor R Sc Fus, also entitled to a Victory medal.£40-50
510.    GREAT WAR PAIR TO THE A.I.F.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 3122T/2/ Cpl V F Jackson 16 Battn A.I.Forces. A WW11 1939-45 War Medal named to N331761 B H Frost. A Bwm & Victory medal pair to 40138 Pte T P Thomas N.Z.E.F.£60-80
511.    GREAT WAR BWM's TO CANADIAN REGIMENTS.
A Bwm named to 63750 Pte F M Richards 4th Can Inf. A Bwm named to 660277 Pte D O'Brien 14 Can Inf. A Bwm named to 414640 Pte W D Terrio 25 Can Inf. A Bwm named to 681542 Pte A J Ashenden 75 Can Inf. (4)£60-80
512.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO CANADIAN REGIMENTS.
A Bwm named to 228530 Pte F M Richards 2 C M Rifles. A Victory medal to 43971 Gnr G C Capson C.F.Artillery. A Bwm named to 527507 Spr H E Foxlee C.R.T.£30-40
513.    SOUTH AFRICAN GT WAR MEDALS.
A Bwm named to Dvr A Girdwood S.A.S.C. A Bwm named to Spr H F Middleton M.T.C. A Bwm named to Spr W H Taylor M.T.C. A Bwm named to L/Cpl W C Bruce 6th S African Inf. (4)£40-60
514.    WORLD WAR ONE & TWO SOUTH AFRICAN AND INDIAN MEDALS.
A Bwm named to Burg G A Venter 7 De Z A.1.. W W 11 Medal named ACF 151298 J Armitage. A Bwm named to 248 Rfmn S A Kadshaw 3rd Punjabis. Also a Sports medal dated 1930 N W Railway. Victory medal to 1335 L-Nk Jamal Din 13th Mule Corps.£40-60
515.    A BRONZE BRITISH WAR MEDAL..
Unamed as issued .£50-60
516.    AN INDIAN ARMY LSGC MEDAL
George V1 issue Indian L S G C. named to 16031 Farr Huhamid Ashraf.5th Ind Mtn Bty£30-40
517.    A GREAT WAR RNAS/RAF TRIO.
In boxes of issue named on the 1914/15 Star to F.8436 A.W. Welton A.M.2 R.N.A.S. Bwm & Victory medals named to 208436 Sgt A W Welton RAF£70-100
518.    A GREAT WAR RAF PAIR .
In original box of issue named to 55957 1.A.M. A B Thompson RAF.£30-40
519.    TWO GREAT WAR RAF PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory pairs named to 75490 Pte 1 E G Gadd RAF and 55616 A.M. 1. A.I.Jackman RAF.£60-80
520.    TWO GREAT WAR RAF PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory medal pairs named to 321852 F Cdt T W House R.A.F.and 97094 2.A.M. W H James RAF .£60-80
521.    TWO GREAT WAR RAF PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 281547 3.A.M. D Duwell R.A.F. and 44979 1.A.M. R Edwards RAF.£60-80
522.    TWO GREAT WAR RAF PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 9601 1.A.M. T.W.Barns R.A.F. and 98632 1.A.M.G McNeil R.A.F.£60-80
523.    GREAT WAR RAF PAIRS
Bwm & Victory medals named to 102394 A.M.2. D Kelly R.A.F. and 127817 2.A.M. V Byatt R.A.F.£60-80
524.    GREAT WAR RAF MEDALS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 126720 3.A.M. W Jones R.A.F. A Bwm (sole entitlement) named to 118719 Pte 1. J.E.Kewley. R.A.F.£50-70
525.    A ROYAL MARINE ARTILLERY 1914/15 STAR & BWM.
Named to R.M.A. 11589 Gr W A J Butson. Also a Bwm & Victory pair named to R.M.A.15124 Gr.2.A.R.C. Buxton.£40-60
526.    A R.M.L.I. BWM & ISM PAIR.
Named to CH 28612-S- Pte H Cox R.M.L.I. Also an Imperial Service Medal named to Henry Cox. Bwm given as sole entitlement. £30-40
527.    GREAT WAR MEDALS TO THE R.M.L.I.
A Bwm named to Ply. 14026 Pte W Lowman RMLI. A Victory medal named to CH.19507 Pte.J.E.Wiltshire RMLI. A Bwm named to Deal 15756-S-Pte S Mollyneaux R.M. A 1914/15 Star named to R.M.B. 1147 Bdmr.2.R.T.Jackson. A Victory medal named to R.M.B. 2125 Mus.R.J.James. (5)£40-60
528.    GREAT WAR R.N.V.R. MEDALS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to R.4135 E.J.Mouse A.B. RNVR. A Bwm only named to M.Z.114. W.E.Boston. RNVR.£45-60
529.    A 1914/15 STAR TRIO TO AN RNR OFFICER.
Named to Engineer S.L.Boyes. Royal Naval Reserve.£50-80
530.    A 1914/15 STAR TRIO TO AN RNR OFFICER.
Named to Asst.Eng.R.Currie Royal Naval Reserve.£50-70
531.    GREAT WAR R.N.R. MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 2611S D.J.Hoile. R.N.R. A Bwm named to 18878D.A. F.Purnell D.H. RNR. A Bwm named to 6822 .A.Burke. RNR. A Victory medal named to 5068B G.William. Act. L.S. RNR. (4)£50-60
532.    A 1914/15 M.F.A. TRIO.
A 1914/15 Trio named to E.Calderwood.Std.M.F.A. Also a Bwm & Victory pair named to W.Carroll. Fmn.M.F.A.£40-50
533.    GREAT WAR MERCANTILE MARINE MEDALS
A Bwm named to Richard Grey in box of issue. A Bwm and Mercantile Marine Medal named to Evan.I.B. Morgan £40-60
534.    A BWM & MERCANTILE MARINE PAIR.
Named to William C Sutcliffe.£30-50
535.    MEDALS TO THE MERCANTILE MARINE.
Two Mercantile Marine War Medals named to James Dunlop and Charley Elliott.£40-60
536.    BWM's TO THE MERCANTILE MARINE.
A Bwm named to James Little believed to be the 1st Engineer on the S.S.Buffalo date of date given as 11th September 1918, aged 45 years old. A Bwm named to E.T.Devonshire. Another named to William R Miller. A Bwm named to James.C.Abbott. (4)£60-80
537.    TWO ROYAL FLEET RESERVE LSGC MEDALS.
A George V LSGC named to J.11932 (PO.B.15588) R.S.Waters.L.S. RFR. Another GV1 issue named to JX.170830 E.A.Dodson.CH.D.1079 R.F.R.£40-50
538.    A GREAT WAR M.F.A. TRIO.
Named to A.Mainsbridge Gsr. Merchant Fleet Auxilary.
539.    A GREAT WAR R NAVY TRIO.
A 1914/15 Trio named to K.4692. S.P.O. A.W.E. Bull RN.£40-50
540.    A GREAT WAR R NAVY TRIO.
Named to 208239 W.J.Hancock. L.S. R.N.£40-50
541.    A GREAT WAR R NAVY TRIO.
Named to K20065 Sto 1. S J Broakes RN.£40-50
542.    A GREAT WAR R.NAVY TRIO.
Named to K27340 Sto 1. J J White RN.£40-60
543.    A GREAT WAR R NAVY TRIO.
Named to 196606 C Akehurst L.S. R Navy.£40-60
544.    A GREAT WAR R NAVY GROUP OF THREE.
Bwm & Victory medals named to J. 43352 A.T.Kimber Sig.RN. LSGC medal named J. 43352 (PO.B.12529) A T Kimber. Sig.R.F.R.£50-60
545.    A GREAT WAR R NAVY GROUP OF FOUR.
Named on the trio to 188330 W E Hulott Po R.N. On the LSGC GV issue 18330 W E Hulott Po 1.Cl. HMS Pembroke.£50-80
546.    A GREAT WAR R NAVY GROUP OF FOUR.
A 1914/15 trio named to J.38011. T. Eggleston Boy.1. R.N. On his LSGC GV issue named to A.B. J.38011 T Eggleston L.S. HMS Vindictive. The 1918 Cruiser/Carrier of 9,750 Tons. In 1925 Vindictive was recommissioned as a Cruiser.£60-80
547.    A GREAT WAR R NAVY GROUP OF FOUR.
A 1914/15 trio named to 306660 L.H.Hughes. S.P.O. RN. LSGC GV issue named to 306660 L H Hughes Mechn.H M S Thunderer. A Battleship built in 1911 and at one time flagship of Prince Louis of Battenburg and Sir John Jellicoe. She ran ashore on her way to the breakers, in 1926.£60-80
548.    A GREAT WAR TRIO & LSGC MEDAL TO THE R NAVY,
Name on the trio to 193167 F.J.Cass. P.O. R.N., on the GV LSGC medal Act/C.P.O. F J Cass. HMS Vernon. (Vernon Torpedo School)£60-70
549.    A GREAT WAR R NAVY GROUP OF FOUR.
A 1914/15 trio named to Wt.Mech. H.J.Philips.R.N. On his LSGC GV issue he is 292785 Wt Mech H J Philips RN.HMS KING GEORGE V. A Battleship which was built at Portsmouth of 23,000 Tons. She was at the Battle of Jutland and was sold for scrap in 1926. £60-90
550.    A ROYAL NAVY GREAT WAR GROUP OF FOUR MEDALS.
A 1914/15 trio named to M.471 C.P. Jermyn E.A.2. RN. A GV LSGC medal named to C.E.A.2 C.P.Jermyn HMS Centaur. A Cruiser of 3,750 Tons built at Armstrong Whitworths Yards, scrapped 1934.£60-80
551.    GREAT WAR ROYAL NAVY PAIRS.
British War & Victory medals named to J-62828 Boy.2. F M Love RN. A pair named to 143537 J.G.W.Brooks RN. A third pair named to K30351 Sto 1 .H.Booker RN. (3) £50-70
552.    GREAT WAR R NAVY PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to K29161 Sto 1. G.R.Anderson RN. A second pair named to 196346 A.M.McDermott. Sh.Cpl.1. RN. A third pair named to J284297. Boy.1. G Easson. RN. (3)£70-80
553.    GREAT WAR R NAVY PAIRS.
British War and Victory medals named to J59297 . W.J.Bowden A.B.RN. A second pair named to J36724. J. Allen. A.B. RN. A third pair named to J19273 J.White. A.B.RN. (3)£50-70
554.    FOUR R NAVY GT WAR BWM's.
Named to 142259 A.Tiltman. C.E.R.A.1 RN. A second named to 15735.J.Goble. C.P.O. RN. A third named to J13251 J.H.C.Baker RN. A fourth named to K.9888. J.Bull.RN.£60-80
555.    FOUR GREAT WAR R NAVY MEDALS
A British War Medal named to 203019 W.J.Arton. L.S. RN. A second Bwm named to 279263 J.T.Hocking. Sto.1.RN. A third Bwm named to J58611 A.P.Redfern Boy.1. RN. A 1914/15 Star named to J 26103 W.H.Trace. Boy.1. RN.£50-70
556.    FOUR GREAT WAR BWM's TO THE R NAVY,
The first named to K.41523 H. Higgins. Sto.1. RN. The second named to K35383 J.F. Forestal. RN. The third to J.72119 .A.C.King. Ord.RN. The fourth named to 312519.L.Couch. S.P.O. RN.£60-70
557.    FOUR GREAT WAR R NAVY BWM's.
A Bwm named to K.4654. W.J.Brooker L.Sto.RN. A second named to 238719 G.B.Miller.L.S.RN. A third named to K.31047. J. Penwarden. Sto.1. RN. A fourth named to J.66296 W.A.Cooper. A.B.RN.£60-70
558.    GREAT WAR R NAVY MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 303272 T McFall .Sto.1. RN. A second named to 166631 .T.Cawley. S.P.O. RN. A third named to 231357 .A.E.Price. A.B. RN. A Victory medal named to 198753 .P.Palmer. A.B.RN.£50-60
559.    A R NAVY LSGC MEDAL TO HMS VIVID.
A George V Long Service Good Conduct Medal named to 298985. Thomas. Rendall. MECHn H.M.S. Vivid. A Cruiser ex Harlech-ex Cambrian scarpped at Sunderland 1923.£30-40
560.    GREAT WAR R NAVY MEDALS.
A Bwm and Silver Wound Badge the former named to RN 30234.F. 9682 A.C.West. A.M.1 R.N.A.S. Also a Bwm named to F. 12319 . F.H.Spary. A.M.1.R.N.A.S. A Bwm named to F.26733.J.H.Dickson. A.M.1. R.N.A.S. A Bwm named to F. 8090 C.C.Martin. Act. A.M.1. R.N.A.S..£60-80
561.    A CSM/LSGC RN PAIR.
A Campaign Service Medal with Malay Peninsula bar named to E.R.A.1. MX888810 J Kennington. QE11 LSGC medal named to E.R.A.1 J Kennington HMS Eastbourne. Minor War Vessel 1914-18 period.£70-90
562.    A NAVAL GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL.
Named to P/SSX 912358 K Shannan.A.B. R .N. with Near East Clasp.£50-80
563.    AN OFFICERS W W 11 CASUALTY GROUP.
Box of issue and Condolence letter to Lieutenant John MacGregor Morrison of the Royal Reconnaissance Corps. Date of death 18th September 1944 in Italy. 1939/45 and Italy Stars, Defence and War Medals.£100-150
564.    A W W 11 CANADIAN OFFICERS GROUP OF FIVE.
A Commisson Document dated 20/10/1942 named to Alexander Rowat Thom. Gen List Canadian army. Silver Defence, War and Voluntary Service Medals, 1939/45 and France & Germany Stars. Also a Certificate of Merit named to Alexander. Thom. Canadian Army along with other documentation.£60-80
565.    A CBE GROUP OF FIVE MEDALS R.N.RESERVE.
Awarded to Chief Engineer John Gordon Fordyce (Castle Line) on the 1st January 1920, whilst serving on The Grantully Castle. Built in 1910, scrapped in 1939 a member of The Union-Castle Mail Steamship Line. Jan 1915 used as a Troopship, later in 1915 converted into a 552 bed Hospital Ship.
The medal group comprises of a Cased CBE, 1914/15 Star, War Medal and Victory medal, also a Mercantile Marine Medal. All impressed Ch.Eng J.G.Fordyce RNR.£300-350
566.    THE ORDER OF DANNEBROG.
The cased Commanders Order of Dannebrog, of the Kingdom of Denmark.£200-300
567.    ORDER OF ORANGE-NASSAU.
A Cased Commanders class Order of the Orange-Nassau.£200-300
568.    A CASED ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE.
Bow mount Ladies (Military) issue (Brittania) in a Garrard & Co case£50-70
569.    A 2nd CLASS ROYAL RED CROSS MEDAL.
In a Garrard & Co case awarded to a lady, George V issue.£30-50
570.    A CIVIL DEFENCE MEDAL.
Awarded to Mrs M B East of Sussex, for Long Service in the CD.£30-40
571.    A NURSING GROUP.
The Order of St J Jerusalem (Sister) enamel badge and 1911 Coronation SJAB named to Nurse.Sister S M Church. Service Medal of St John of Jerusalem with two additional bars named to 5088 L/A/Offr S M Church. Tibshelf Nursing Div. No 5. Dist. S. JAB.1925. (3)£50-70
572.    AN INDIAN GT WAR SERVICE BADGE
A cased His Majesties Calcutta Mint Voluntary War Work in India 1914-19 Badge.£30-40
573.    A W W 11 WRAF PAIR.
Named letter to Ms P M Curtis Dorset, Defence and War medals. Also an unamed 1935 Jubilee and 1937 Coronation pair (unrelated). A Victory Medal named to J Morgan BRC & St J Jerusalem. MIC states pair awarded and Dead in remarks.£40-60
574.    A CASED MBE.
A Ladies Military issue MBE in Royal Mint case.£50-70
575.    AN IMPERIAL SERVICE ORDER.
An Edward V11 Imperial Service Order (Star shaped) in case of issue.£40-60
576.    AN IMPERIAL SERVICE ORDER.
E11 issue to George Edward Bradley Esq. Also a citation signed by Sir Cyril Henry Colquhoun KCVO.CB.OBE.£30-50
577.    AN IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL.
A George V issue 1911-20 (Star shaped) Imperial Service Medal engraved to Charles Poole. Case of issue Elkington, 22 Regent Street, SW. London.£30-50
578.    A GEORGE V1 IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL.
Issued to Millicent Martha Dorricott of Shrewsbury, with two associated letters£30-40
579.    FIVE DIFFERENT IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDALS.
Circular Coinage type George V, named to George Cox 1920-31. George v Crowned bust 1931-37, named to George Henry Robinson. George V1 Crowned bust 1938-48 IndiaP:Imp, named to Louis Causley Thorne. George V1 Crowned bust 1948-52, named to William Stoker. E11 Dei Gratia 1955-, named to George Harold David Hume.£50-70
580.    A GREAT WAR-WW11 FATHER AND SON GROUPS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 345818 Spr. W.P.Arber. RE. MIC confirms as only entitlement. His son W J P Arber RAF of 638 Hanworth Rd, Hounslow, Middlesex. 1939/45 Star, Africa Star with N Africa 1942-43 Clasp, Italy Star, and 39/45 War Medal. Also an official Air Ministry letter to W J P Arber.£50-60
581.    A W W 11 RN GROUP.
In box of issue with award slip named to L F Fisher, 11 Livingston Rd, St Peters, Broadstairs, Kent. 1939/45 Star, Atlantic Star, Italy Star and War Medal.£30-40
582.    MEDALS TO THE TUCKER FAMILY.
A 1914/15 trio named to 309179 J H Tucker. S.P.O. RN also his RFR LSGC medal. A W W 11 group to Tucker consisting of a 1939/45 Star, Africa Star with clasp 1st Army, France & Germany Star and Defence Medal also a War Medal. Entitled to a GSM clasp Malaya, letter confirming award dated 1963.£60-80
583.    A WORCESTERS CASUALTY GROUP.
1914/15 Star named to 18716 Pte Keep Worc Regt. Victory Medal and Death Plaque in original packaging. Missing a Bwm, Date of Death given as 20/12/1915.£60-80
584.    WW1 & WW11 GROUPS TO THE CROOK FAMILY.
A British Empire Medal and 1914/15 Trio named to CPO C Crook No J36757 and a GV LSGC named to CPO Crook serving on HMS Vernon. Radio Officer L C E Crook who was awarded the 1939/45 and Atlantic Stars with bar Air Crew Europe. Defence and War medals with MID emblem. Letter from B Palace thanking him for a comfortable journey between Tripoli and Lagos, also a B Palace signed Royal Family Picture 1956. An invitation to a Garden Party again 1956, addressed to Mrs Leslie Crook, 481 Honeypot Lane, Stanmore, Middlesex.£250-350
585.    W W 11MEDALS TO M HEPPLE.
From the O i/c of the Cavalry & R A C records awarded to Mr M Hepple, 612 Brighton Road. Purley. Surrey. Letter of entitlement to the 1939/45/Africa/Italy/France & Germany Stars. Defence and War medals.£40-60
586.    W W 11 MEDALS TO A HUSBAND AND WIFE.
War medal in box of issue Mrs E M Hasted (2090944 LACW) with medal issue strip. C H Hasted esq same address at Glen Cottage, 123 Whitchurch Lane, Edgware, Middlesex. Defence and War medals in box of issue, strip award states 954646 F/Sgt C H Hasted. An unrelated War medal 1939/45 and miniature. Buttons, Cuff Links etc. Also a nameplate to Canberra. Elizabeth Solman. Senior Naval Officer.£30-40
587.    WAR AND SHIRE HORSE SOCIETY MEDALS.
A W W 11 Defence medal in original box addressed to Mr A Potter of Lincoln. A cased Shire Horse Society medal with printed lining to Messrs P Potter & Son-Frithville (53971 Gypsy). 1913. Related BWM named to DM2-195328 Pte W Goodenough ASC. MIC shows entitlement to a pair and number change. W W 11 1939/45 War Medal and France and Germany medals in postal box to Mr C E Goodenough, Sunny Croft, Danehill, Haywards Heath 26/619. £50-70
588.    A CIVIL DEFENCE MEDAL.
In case of issue, with a Silver ARP badge and a W D & H O Wills Cigarette Card Album 'Of National Interest'.£30-40
589.    A ROYAL OBSERVERS LMS MEDAL.
A Royal Observers Long and Meritorius Service medal issued after 1953.
£40-50
590.    GREAT WAR MEDALS.
A Bwm named to 54845 2 A M. J.K.Howat RAF. Another named to 41290 2 A M. W C Taylor RFC. A Bwm named to 18392 Pte F H Troake Devon Regt. KIA 16/04/1918 aged 19. (Also served Ox & Bucks LI No 34532). Bwm's to brothers J.2962 AB O.G.Rigler RN, also 32305 Pte G A Rigler Wilts Regt who served in India. MIC states a Victory medal was issued in error.£70-100
591.    A NAVAL GREAT WAR RNR LSGC GROUP
A 1914/15 Trio named to B.3836 A Roose AB . A Royal Naval Reserve Long Service Good Conduct GV issue. All contained in a 1914 Xmas Tin£50-70
592.    GREAT WAR ROYAL NAVAL TRIO.
All in mint condition in boxes of issue named to L.6736 A Willis O.S.2 RN.£40-60
593.    A RMLI TRIO AND LSGC GROUP OF FOUR.
A 1914/15 Star named to Ply. 143235 Pte L B King R.M.L.I. Bwm and Victory medals named to Ch. 21564 Pte L B King R.M.L.I. LSGC impressed Ch 21564 (Ch.B.2508) L B King Mne R.F.R. All mint in original boxes of issue.£60-80
594.    A SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY PAIR.
Bwm & Victory medal pair named to 203235 Pte S Buttle Som L I. (Full entitlement)£30-40
595.    A SILVER PLATED TANKARD 20th MIDDLESEX R.V.
Royal Naval and Military Tournament 1907 awarded to the 20th Middlesex Artists R.V. 1st Prize. Of the names of the team (11) engraved, at least five were KIA in WW1. Captain E D Job, Major James Gordon Laing, Serjt Albert Edward Jones, L Cpl W Hammond, L Cpl Philip Moore.£40-60
596.    AN RAF W W 11 GROUP.
Letter from Under Sec of State for Air, Air Ministry. 1939/45-Africa-Italy Stars. Defence & War Medals (5).£30-50
597.    FALL FAMILY MEDALS
1. An Edward V11 R Naval LSGC named to Arm Mate John Fall 176577. H M S Swiftsure. (Launched in 1903 with 10" guns and thin armour plating-scrapped 1920) 2. Bwm & Victory medals named to 148734 H Fall Ch Arm RN. Edward V11 LSGC named to Henry Fall Ch Armr H M S Wildfire. A shore based Ship/Establishment 1889-1933. Bwm & Victory pair named to 30225 Pte R Fall R Berks Regt. (pair confirmed by MIC) . A R Navy LSGC named 341311 William Smithers Armrs Mate H M S President GV issue. (7)£70-100
598.    MEDALS TO THE DURRANT FAMILY.
A Bwm named to G-34742 Pte T W Durrant. R Sussex Regt. (entitled to a pair). A W W 11 group to J Durrant. 1939/45-Atlantic bar France & Germany-Africa & Pacific stars. 1939/45 War Meadl and LSGC named to POX 557 J Durrant Mne RN. (D type 1937-48 issue).£50-80
599.    WW1 & WW11 MEDALS TO F H CAREY.
A Great War pair named to 5640 Pte F H Carey Norf Regt. In the original packet addressed to F H Carey 18 Heath Gardens. Twickenham. (Pair entitlement and number change to 201286. Defence medal addressed to F H Carey 10 Southern Ave. Feltham Middx. Also a Silver ARP badge£40-60
600.    A SOUTH AFRICAN W W 1 TRIO.
Boxes of issue numbered 340, 1914/15 Star Dvr J Ryan S A S C M T. On Bwm & Victory medals Dvr J Ryan S A S C. Boxes addressed to Mr J Ryan Fullarton. Laing. Cape Provence. Victory medal is the Bi-Lingual typr with all medals in mint condition.£45-55
601.    A METROPOLITAN POLICE PAIR.
Queen Victoria Jubilee medal 1897 named to P C H Ellis A Divn. An Edward V11 Coronation medal named to P Sjt H Ellis H Divn.£40-60
602.    A POLICE 1911 MEDAL
Scottish Police Coronation medal named to PC J Pirie.£60-80
603.    POLICE MEDALS.
A W W 11 Defence medal in box of issue addressed to Mr G Canham. 47 Sheen Rd. Richmond. Surrey, with a letter from the Home Secretary. A Police LSGC medal GV1 named Const George R Canham. Two Special Constabulary medals GV1 named to Peter W E Prance and Area Officer Cyril Fawcet.£50-70
604.    A GREAT WAR MILITARY CROSS.
Awarded to Lt Leonard Melsome Hasler. Essex Regt , date of death given as 21/09/1917 aged 21. Photocopies of a privately printed memorial journal are with the group. He was also entitled to a Bwm & Victory medal pair. killed in action whilst attached as a Machine Gun Corps Officer with the 117th Company.£300-350
605.    W W 11 NAVAL OFFICERS MEDALS.
A group of four WW11 medals to Temp Lieutenant William Jonas Solheim RN, with Warrant and letter from the Admiralty 20/03/1946. £40-60
606.    A QUANTITY OF MINIATURE MEDAL RIBBONS.
Gallantry and Service ribbons with mounting bars.£40-50
607.    A CANADIAN GROUP OF FOUR MEDALS.
1939/45 Star, Defence and War medals, also Volunteer Service Medal all in silver.£50-70
608.    IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDALS.
George V1 issue named to Frederick George Humphrey. QE11 issue named to his son Frederick Ernest Humphrey.£30-40
609.    PAPERWORK TO THE CAMPBELL FAMILY.
Fourteen documents from 1896-1947 including a Marriage Certificate 1896 to Q M Sergt Harry Campbell RE, birth certificate to Clifford Rixon Campbell 1896 Mauritius. 1916 Commission for 2 Lt C R Campbell Essex Regt, report ref Lt C R Campbell by Mjr Norman H Nutt DSO (18th Tank Battn). R Warrant to Harry Campbell esq MBE to wear an Order of Leopold. Warrant full Lt C R Campbell. Two letters to Harry Campbell CBE ref wearing of the White Eagle of Serbia. A citation from the King of the Serbs 16" x 21". An envelope addressed to H Campbell CBE at 37 Fitz James Ave. Kensington. SW 14. A Marriage certificate dated 1931 Diocese of Lucknow, C R Campbell and Sophie Thelma Nye aged 22.
Royal Warrant to C R Campbell Aux Forces India Lt Simla Regt (2490) Feb 1929. A printed Order by Lt Col C R Campbell Bangalore 1947.£40-60
610.    W W 1 RED CROSS & St J JERUSALEM MEDALS.
W W 1 Red Cross Society medal in box of issue. Red Cross proficiency medal awarded to Miss Cissy Thompson 29/11/1939. Order of St John of Jerusalem. Service medal of St J J and a Star of St J Jerusalem.£40-50
611.    TWO TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY MEDALS.
Both George V1 issues the first named to 859009 Bdr S C Colwell RA. The second to 756072 Cpl F E Marshman REME.£40-60
612.    QUEEN MARYS ARMY AUXILARY CORPS MEDALS.
A Bwm only named to 6604 Wkr Sarah Platt. QMAAC. 101 Bt. Victory medals to 592 Wkr F M Challenger and 22068 Wkr G F Robinson both QMAAC. (3)£30-40
613.    FOUR CORONATION MEDALS.
A 1911 GV issue, 2 x GV1 Coronation Medals-one boxed, also QE11 1953 medal.£60-80
614.    AN ARMY AIR CORPS MEDAL.
Named to 14125324 Sgt J T Keys A A C, marked replacement. Also unrelated Dog Tags to 4394085 J Bissell C of E.£30-40
615.    A BWM AND WARTIME MAPS 1914-18.
Bwm named to 781491 Gnr E Stinton RA. Also a Victory medal named to 187358 A J Allen RA. (7) War Department Maps dated 1914-1918.£40-60
616.    A BWM AND JUTLAND MEDALLION.
Bwm named to S .Lt. G T W Mason RNR. Spinks Battle of Jutland Medallion. A WW1 Victory medal named to QM & Captain R Harbottle. A Silver Wound Badge No B230935 and engraved Lt F W Buckley. MIC confirms award.£30-40
617.    GREAT WAR MEDALS.
Bwm & Victory medals named to 60500 Pte H W Powell R Warks R. A Bwm named to 460165 Sjt A W Hales 17th Can Inf. A Bwm named to 11568 Pte T R Potter HAC-INF. A Bwm named to 721 Pte W E Hunter RAMC. A Bwm named to 350668 Pte A N Scrivener Lancs Fusiliers. (6)£80-100
618.    A PRISONER OF WAR RETURNING LETTER.
A Facsimile letter from the King to No 202601 Pte A Blaber 8th R West Surreys, as a returned POW. Also his confirmation certificate dated March 1898. A Signed letter from the Rev E C Cross. DSO.MC, Hedamaster of Ardingly College. Ephemera mostly concerning Gt War medals being issued. Also a Lusitania medallion in original box, etc£30-50
619.    A CASED SPORTS MEDAL R. BRIGADE.
Cased silver award named to Rfmn Winter 1st Battalion RB, for inter company cross country running. Alfred Winter was KIA on the first day of Loos, 25/09/1915.£30-50
620.    A GROUP TP S S MAJOR/POLICE SJT J GATER.
GSM with Palestine clasp named to S/3855377 Pte J Gater RASC. W W 11 1939/45 and Africa Stars, Defence & War medals, and red dog tag. When discharged from the army his rank was S S Major. Joining the Police he was awarded the LSGC QE11 issue to Sergt Joseph Gater for 22 years in the Devon and Cornwall Constabulary (1946-73 service accumulated)
£60-100
621.    A NORTHLEW & ASHBURY GT WAR ADDRESS.
Issued to 2839 Pte Charles H Saunders of the Devonshire Regt. A S W Badge No 121593 to Pte 14495 Gilbert Johnson West Riding R. A wartime 1941 crossing the Equator certificate HMS Faulknor under Cptn A Fane de Salis Jan 31st. A War work badge and related photograph dated 1915 No 89984.
622.    A SCM MATCHBOX CHINA 1933
Engraved to CPO A R Francis from the Coxswains 4th S/M Flotilla China 1933. Silver teaspoons of the RA/MGC, also a Bangalore Rifle Volunteers Crested Spoon HM 1908. (10) EPNS Royal Signals crested spoons.£40-60
623.    A SOVEREIGN.
Edward V11 issue dated 1906, P in ground.£100-120
624.    A SOVEREIGN.
A George V Sovereign dated 1915.£100-120
625.    A QUANTITY OF COINAGE.
Including a cased silver 1999 £5 piece, 1998 and 2000 Proof years sets, etc.£50-60
626.    CASED MEDALLIONS.
Great War fund raising medallions x (2) for the Battle of Jutland. Other various badges etc.£50-70
627.    A QUANTITY OF COINS.
Including GB and foreign issues, Crowns-Halfcrowns-Shillings etc. Silver 3d bits and an Elizabethan hammered sixpence of 1595 in a wooden swivel frame. 20thC Foreign coinage from various countries.£60-80
628.    A HALF-SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Half-Sovereign dated 1906.£50-60
629.    A DEATH PLAQUE TO A CANADIAN ARMY CASUALTY.
A Death Plaque and Scroll together with a photograph album record of Pte Charles Thomas King of the 54th Battalion Canadian Army. Married and father of a five month old baby, when killed in action on the 4th September 1918 in France. Charles King was originally from Wycombe Marsh in Bucks, having gone to Canada in 1914. He served as a Lewis Gun instructor, the advanced Company was his place in the attack. A letter tells that 1004100 Pte C T King was killed instantly by shellfire, during the attack 4th Sept 18 at Rumeancourt.
A well laid out album of original and photostated details of his early life, marriage and sadly death in the Great War. He originally joined the 227th Battalion-Men of the North, before coming to England in 1917 with the 54th Battn.
Silk postcards and original letters, awards letters and Canadian Memorial Cross and Box of Issue for his Bwm & Victory medals, etc. The pair is known to exist, with the memorial cross. The Death Certificate etc from Canadian Military HQ is at the end of the album£80-120
630.    A 1/5th TFWM TO THE SOM.LI/RFC/RAF GROUP OF THREE MEDALS.
TFWM named to 1575 Pte W G A Freke Somerset Light Infantry. Pte Freke was later to become Staff Sergeant of the 1/5th Somerset TF in Meerut. Later commissioned into the Royal Flying Corps and thence the fledgling Royal Air Force in 1918. British War and Victory medals named to 2/Lt W G A Freke with his original RFC Wings and collar badges. A diary for 1918 has Weds 2nd Jan. 'Left regt in Palestine to Cairo for Cadet course by foot-lorry-trains, nearly 300 miles. 6th Jan.'Joined Cadet school No 3 wing RFC Heliopolis, Cairo. jan 26th appointed Flight Cadet No 10 flight. In March he took his final exam-passed. friday 19th April records his first Flight. 27th May 'Engine trouble had to come down. August 4th Four years of war-four years in the east. Various crashes are recorded including 'Lent helmet to White-Crashed and killed broken skull. After gun courses and flying tests he graduated to B Flight agter 49 hours flying training. Returning home in late 1918 he married in Yeovil Dec 21st-Gina.
Together with original Commission Document 1918, and his 1944 Home Guard stand down certificate. His army Physical Training Book with rank and number 1/5th Som LI on it. £500-700
631.    EPHEMERA OF A COMMANDO OFFICER.
The son of W G A Freke RAF, Ronald Freke was in the Wiltshires prior to becoming a Commando. A Yeovil man who served in the Wilts before taking both Parachute and Commando training. A POW of the Vichy French and wounded in the head in 1941. Original letter from the Red Cross states. Hospital Militaire, Beirut, Syria 19/6/1941. Dear All, Am a French POW. Cheek and shoulder wounds healing well. Officers release book and service book, Telegram and War Office letters, buttons Boys Brigade badges, dog tags and Life Saving medal named to R G Freke (Baptist). Released with the rank of Lt in 1946 back into Civilian life, where he took up flying Gliders and boating. No knowledge of what happened to his medals or if he claimed them from the family. Presumably 1939/45/Africa/Italy?/France and Germany Stars. Defence and War Medals.£150-200
632.    A QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL.
Three bars Orange Free State, South Africa 1901 & South Africa 1902, with the swivel suspender broken and needing repair. Named to 4714 Pte F Gearing 3rd Dragoon Guards.£60-80
633.    FOREIGN COINAGE etc.
19th/20thC Foreign Silver and later coinage including a 1903 Funf Mark of Kaiser Willhelm 11.£30-50
634.    BRITISH ARMY BADGES.
South Lancashires, RA QE11 Officers Cap Badges, cloth and 2nd Class Iron Cross etc.£40-60
635.    A SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian younghead Sovereign dated 1885.£120-150
636.    A SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1895 M in ground£120-150
637.    A SOVEREIGN
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1900.£120-150
638.    A SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Sovereign dated 1902, M in ground.£120-150
639.    A SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Sovereign dated 1902, M in ground.£120-150
640.    A SOVEREIGN
An Edward V11 Sovereign dated 1906, S in ground.£120-150
641.    A SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Sovereign dated 1906, M in ground.£120-150
642.    A SOVEREIGN.
A George V Sovereign dated 1913.£120-150
643.    A SOVEREIGN.
A George V Sovereign dated 1915.
£120-150
644.    A SOVEREIGN.
A George V Sovereign dated 1925£120-150
645.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Sovereign dated 1884.£120-150
646.    A SOVEREIGN.
A George V Sovereign dated 1925, SA in ground.£100-120
647.    A SOVEREIGN.
A George V Sovereign dated 1925, SA in ground.£100-120
648.    A GOLD NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS SWEETHEARTS BROOCH.
Marked for 15Ct by C P & Co, mounted on a gold pin back, in blue enamel and gold.£80-120
649.    A GOLD STATER.
Blank obverse with disjointed triple tail Horse facing right on the reverse, above a wheel. Regni and Atrebates in style.£250-300
650.    A GOLD QUARTER STATER.
Patterned obverse with Horse reverse facing left, with Lyre under the body.£70-100
651.    A ROMAN PHILIPVS 11. ANTONINIUS
A Silver coin of Philip 11 with Principi Ivvent reverse, Prince holding Spear and Globe facing left.£30-40
652.    A PHILIP 1 ANTONINIANUS.
A Silver Antoninianus of Philip 1. 244-249AD. Obverse facing right with IPM.PHILIPPVS.AVG. Reverse AETERNITAS.AVGG, guided Elephant walking left. £50-70
653.    A SILVER ANTONINIAUS OF GORDIAN 111.
Obverse reads IMP.GORDIANVS.PIVS.FEL.AVG. Reverse reads FELICIT.TEMP, Felicity standing.£30-40
654.    ROMAN COINS
Antoninius of Trajan, Philip 1, Trebonius Gallus. (4)£40-60
655.    NINE ROMAN BASE METAL COINS.
Nero Drussus, Posthumous, Tetricus, Carausius, Constantine etc£30-40
656.    AN EARDWOLF STYCA.
Northumbrian Styca Eardwolf 796-806 AD. Reverse reads NOM X.£80-100
657.    AN EANRED STYCA.
A Northumbrian Styca with Eanred on the obverse, BRODR X on the reverse.£30-40
658.    A WIGMUND STYCA.
A Northumbrian Styca of the Archbishop of York 837-854. Vigmund and X X on obverse. HV and XX decipherable on the reverse.£30-40
659.    AN AETHELRED 11 SILVER PENNY.
Aethelred the unready Penny with bust facing right with sceptre. Reverse with short cross and C R V X in angles.£80-100
660.    A KING CNUT SILVER PENNY.
Bust facing right with a sceptre, reverse with short cross. Also a drilled Penny of Edward the Confessor. (2)£60-80
661.    A SILVER PENNY OF WILLIAM 1.
Pax type with William facing front on obverse. Striking crack to centre of bust.£100-150
662.    A HENRY 11 SILVER PENNY.
Henry 11 1154-1189 offstruck example, with shortcross reverse.£60-80
663.    A KING JOHN IRISH PENNY.
King John 1199-1216 Irish 2nd (1205-16) issue penny with Rex obverse.£30-40
664.    A HENRY 111 SILVER PENNY.
A London mint shortcross Penny of Henry 111£30-50
665.    TWO EDWARD 1 PENNIES.
Longcross pennies, the first with striking crack in centre, the second in worn condition. Both London mint examples.£40-50
666.    TWO EDWARD 11 SILVER PENNIES.
Two Edward 11 1307-27 Silver Pennies, both London Mint examples.£30-40
667.    AN EDWARD 1 HALF NOBLE.
A Gold half Noble with Edward on ship with the legend Edward Dei G Rex Angl D. Reverse has closed E centre.£300-400
668.    AN EDWARD 111 QUARTER NOBLE.
A Gold quarter Noble with Edward Dei Gra Rex Angl D obverse. Reverse with Exaltabitur in Gloria legend, cross with pellets between arms.£200-300
669.    AN EDWARD 111 GROAT.
Edward 111 London mint Groat .£50-60
670.    AN EDWARD 111 HALF-GROAT.
A London mint Edward 111 half-groat.£30-40
671.    AN EDWARD 111 SILVER PENNY.
An Edward 111 Silver Penny with legend Edward .Angl. Dns.Hyb, in worn condition.£30-40
672.    A RICHARD 11 HALFPENNY PIECE.
A London mint Richard 11 1377-1399 halfpenny piece, in worn condition.£30-40
673.    AN EDWARD 1V GROAT.
An Annulet issue Calais Mint 1422-1461, also a Calais Mint Half-Groat. (2)`£50-80
674.    AN EDWARD 1V GOLD ANGEL.
An Edward 1V Angel with St Michael spearing the Dragon obverse. Reverse a ship with B & Rose between the rigging 1471-1483 issue.£500-700
675.    AN EDWARD 1V GROAT.
An Edward 1V Groat with Civitas London on the reverse.
£50-70
676.    A HENRY V111 GROAT.
Portarit facing right obverse with Posivi Deum Advtore Meu reverse.£40-60
677.    A HENRY V111 HALF-GROAT.
Henric V111 facing right, with Civitas Cantor reverse.£30-40
678.    AN EDWARD V1 SHILLING PIECE.
1551-53 issue Edward V1 shilling with Rose and X11 obverse with legend Edward V1 Dg. Agl. Fra. Hib. Rex. The reverse has Posui Deu Auditore Meum legend with longcross/sheild .£60-80
679.    AN EDWARD V1 SIXPENCE.
An Edward V1 with flaw to facial striking. Edward V1 Dg. Agl. Fra. Hib. Rex. Reverse with Posui. Deum. Advitorem Meum, longcross and sheild .£80-100
680.    A QUEEN MARY GROAT.
Mistruck obverse with legend Maria .D. G. Ang. Fra. Z. Hib. Regi. Reverse with Veritas. Temporis. Filia, cross over sheild. Also a Philip & Maria Sixpence dated 1554 in poor condition.£100-150
681.    AN ELIZABETH 1 SHILLING PIECE.
Without Rose or date legend reads Elizab. Dg. Ang. Fr. Et. Hib. Regi Woolpack mintmark. Reverse reads Posui Deu Adivtorem Meum.£60-80
682.    AN ELIZABETH 1 SIXPENNY PIECE.
With rose behind bust, dated 1573 with legend Elizabeth Dg. Ang. Fra. Et. Hib. Regina. Reverse legend Posui. Deu. Adivtorem. Meu. 1573 above sheild.£30-40
683.    AN ELIZABETH 1 SIXPENNY PIECE.
1582-1600 issue dated 1592 with rose behind bust, Tun mintmark indistinct.£30-40
684.    THREE ELIZABETH 1 SILVER COINS.
An Elizabeth1 Half-Groat, Penny and halfpenny, in various conditions. (3)£30-50
685.    AN ELIZABETH 1 SIXPENCE.
A third issue Elizabeth 1 sixpence with star mintmark and rose behind bust, Reverse has the date 1562 above the sheild.£30-40
686.    AN ELIZABETH 1 SIXPENCE.
Third issue with rose behind bust and date 1564 on the reverse.£30-40
687.    A JAMES 1 QUARTER LAUREL.
A gold James 1 quarter laurel with V behind bust, with loose tie ends. Henricvs and sheild reverse.£200-300
688.    A JAMES 1 GOLD HALFCROWN.
Second issue with obverse legend I. Dg. Rosa. Sine. Spina. Reverse legend Tueatur. Unita. Deus, I and R above sheild.£200-300
689.    A JAMES 1 SHILLING PIECE.
Second coinage type with X11 and portrait facing right on the obverse. Reverse Quae. Deus. Coniunxit. Nemo, legend. Mintmark appears to be a Mullet.£60-80
690.    A JAMES 1 SHILLING PIECE.
In worn condition first type with legend Jacobus. Dg. Ang. Sco. Fra. Et. Hib. Rex. Reverse with Exurgat. Deus. Dissinentur.m Inimici.£40-60
691.    A JAMES 1 SIXPENNY PIECE.
First type with V1 to the left of right facing bust. Reverse has the date 1603 with the mintmark of a thistle.£50-70
692.    A JAMES 1 SIXPENCE.
Third bust with reverse date 1605, mintmark appears to be the rose.£30-40
693.    A JAMES 1 SIXPENCE.
Fourth bust with date 1606, mintmark a Rose.£30-40
694.    A JAMES 1 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Second type with mintmark Lis, legend reads Jacobus. Dg. Mag. Brit. Fran. et. Hib.Rex. Note hole in centre of obverse. Reverse reads Quae. Deus. Coniunxit. Nemo. Separet. Reverse has been filled in to close the hole.£60-100
695.    THREE JAMES 1 COINS.
A Harrington farthing with rose mintmark, a halfgroat with rose centre, thistle reverse. Thirdly a silver penny.£50-80
696.    A JAMES 1 GOLD UNITE.
Obverse legend reads Jacobus. D. G. Mag. Brit. Fra. Et. Hib. Rex. Reverse reads Faciam. Eos. In. Gentum. Unam. Mintmark a Lis.
See Illustration.£700-900
697.    A CHARLES 1 HALFCROWN.
Star mintmark with fourth horseman obverse, scarf flying behind Kings shoulder. Reverse has oval sheild and star mintmark.£50-80
698.    A CHARLES 1 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Bell mintmark with scarf flying from Kings waist, oval sheild reverse.£40-60
699.    A CHARLES 1 SHILLING PIECE.
Mint mark appears to be an Anchor, X11 behind bust, legend reads Carolus. dg. Mag. Bri. Et. Hib. Rex, Clipping to edges, reverse easier to read Christo. Auspice. Regno.£80-100
700.    A CHARLES 1 SIXPENCE.
Mintmark a Triangle 1639-40 with V1 behind bust of King. Legend reads Carolus. D. G. Mag. Bri. Fra. Et. Hib. Rex. Reverse MM a Traingle with legend Christo. Auspice. Regno.£50-70
701.    A CHARLES 1 GROAT.
With legend Carolus. D.G.M.Br.F.Et.Hi. Rex. Plume and 1111 seperated by Kings bust . Reverse has Christo. Auspice. Regno, plume above sheild£40-60
702.    A CHARLES 1 THREEPENCE PIECE.
Mintmark a book with legend Carolus. D. G. M. B. Fr. Et. H. Rex, Plume and 111 with Kings bust between. Reverse has MM of a book and legend Christo. Auspice. Regno.£30-40
703.    A CHARLES 1 HALF POUND.
A Shrewsbury Mint Silver Half Pound with legend Carolus. D.-. Mag. Brit. Fran. et. Hi. Rex. Note no plume behind the King and flaw from the striking. Reverse has the legend Exerg-. Devs. Dissipnivr. Inimici. Date is 164- (the 2) is just apparent.
See Illustration.£500-600
704.    A CHARLES 1 CROWN PIECE.
Thistle Mintmark with King mounted on horse with sword and scarf flying behind waist. Legend reads Carolus D. G. Mag. N. Britann. Franc. et. Hibern. Rex. Reverse has the legend Quae. Deus. Conivnxit. Sheild with Crown over flat top. Some distortion to surface of the coin.
See Illustration£300-400
705.    A CHARLES 1 CROWN PIECE.
King riding left with sword over shoulder, scabbard across royal arms. Legend reads Carolus. D. G. Mag. Brit. Fra. Et. Hib. Rex. Plume MM. Reverse has legend Christo Uspice Regno surrounding oval sheild with Plume with initials C R above, again a plume mintmark.
See Illustration£200-300
706.    A CHARLES 1 CROWN.
King riding left with sword angled forward, scarf flying behind waist. Mintmark the sun with legend reading Carolus. D. G. Magn. Britan. Fran. Et. Hiber. Rex. Reverse has Crown above shortened oval sheild with crowns above C & R, Christo. Auspice. Regno.
See Illustration.£200-300
707.    A CHARLES 1 NEWARK SHILLING.
A siege of Newark Shilling piece with Crown and C R above X11. Reverse has Obs. Newark 1646. Newark finally surrendered in 1646 after several sieges.
See Illustration£400-600
708.    A 1651 COMMONWEALTH HALFCROWN PIECE.
1651 above sheilds surmounted by 11 & V1, God with Us legend. Reverse has Sun Mintmark with legend reading The Commonwealth of England with sheild centre.
See Illustration.£250-350
709.    A 1649 COMMONWEALTH SHILLING PIECE.
Dated 1649 above sheilds with X11 above, legend God with us. Reverse with sun Mintmark, The Commonwealth of England legend.
See Illustration£200-250
710.    AN OLIVER CROMWELL CROWN PIECE.
Obverse with legend Olivard. GR. Pang. Sco. Hib. & Pro, bust facing right has a scratch in front of the nose. Reverse has date 1658 with Crown over sheild and legend Pax. Qvaeritvr. Bello.
See Illustration.£1200-1500
711.    AN OLIVER CROMWELL HALFCROWN PIECE.
Legend reads Olivard G.R P. Ang. Sco. et. Hib.& Pro. reverse bears date 1658 over Crown above sheild with legend Pax. Qvaeritvr. Bello.
See Illustration.£700-800
712.    A DRILLED OLIVER CROMWELL SHILLING.
Dated 1658 in very good order with the exception of the hole above laurel wreath. Also Commonwealth 6d piece dated 1652 above twin shields, undated C-Wealth halfpenny etc (6)£100-120
713.    A CHARLES 11 GUINEA.
Carolus 11 Dei Gratia obverse, dated 1680 on the reverse.£350-400
714.    A CHARLES 11 CROWN PIECE.
A Charles 11 1662 dated Crown piece, with rose below bust. Carolus 11 Dei Gratia obverse, C's interlinked in the angles, worn condition.£120-150
715.    A CHARLES 11 CROWN PIECE.
Carolus 11 bust facing right with Qvinto in edge legend. Reverse with date 1673, interlinked C's in angles.£200-250
716.    A CHARLES 11 HAMMERED ISSUE HALFCROWN.
Some cracking and edge lost with XXX behind bust, Crown mintmark. Christo Auspice. Regno reverse.£100-150
717.    A CHARLES 11 HAMMERED ISSUE SHILLING PIECE.
A Charles 11 hammered Shilling with Crown mintmark.£100-120
718.    A CHARLES 11 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1670 with Secundo in edge legend. Interlinked C's in angles in the reverse.£150-200
719.    A CHARLES 11 SHILLING PIECE.
In worn condition dated 1668, interlinked C's on reverse.£50-60
720.    A CHARLES 11 SIXPENCE
Dated 1674 with bust facing right, interlinked C's on the reverse.£60-80
721.    CHARLES 11 THREEPENCE AND TWOPENCE PIECES.
Both are the 1660-62 hammered examples with Crown mintmarks.£30-50
722.    CHARLES 11 HALFPENNY AND FARTHING PIECES.
A Charles 11 halfpenny dated 1675 and a Farthing dated 1672 both with Carolvs A Carolo obverses.
See Illustration£40-60
723.    A JAMES 11 CROWN PIECE.
Jacobus.11. Dei. Gratia on the obverse, with date 1687 on the reverse. Edge legend in raised letters,Decus et Tutamen. Anno. Regni. Tertio, Crowned cruciform sheilds with date above
See Illustration.£200-300
724.    A JAMES 11 HALFCROWN PIECE.
A first bust Halfcrown piece dated 1686, Secundo on the raised edge lettering.
See Illustration£150-180
725.    A JAMES 11 SHILLING PIECE.
Jacobus 11 Dei Gratia on the obverse, dated 1686 with crowned cruciform sheilds reverse. .£100-150
726.    A JAMES 11 SIXPENNY PIECE.
Jacobus 11 dei Gratia dated 1688 with later type sheilds on the reverse.£70-100
727.    A JAMES 11 FARTHING.
Tin variety with Jacobus Secundus legend, date unclear.£40-60
728.    JAMES 11 GUN MONEY.
A Halfcrown with date 1690 King on Horseback obverse. A smaller size Halfcrown dated May 1690 with XXX reverse and Jacobus 11 obverse. An 1889 dated Shilling with date above crown, 9 below. Also a James 11 Threepence dated 1687. (4)£30-50
729.    A CHARLES 11 CROWN PIECE
Bust facing right Carolus 11 Dei. Gra obverse, reverse dated 1662 with interlinked C's in the angles.£120-150
730.    CHARLES 11 UNDATED MAUNDY COINAGE
Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence, Penny all undated with value behind bust of King.£100-150
731.    A CHARLES 11 CROWN (LOVE TOKEN)
Right facing bust with Carolus 11 Dei Gratia obverse, initial A & B engraved on portrait. Reverse dated 1671.£80-120
732.    A CHARLES 11 SHILLING PIECE.
Carolus 11 Dei Gratia with bust facing right, interlinked C's obverse with date 1668 above sheilds.£70-100
733.    A CHARLES 11 COPPER FARTHING.
In worn condition dated 1675, Brittania obverse
734.    CHARLES 11 MAUNDY COINAGE 1679.
Fourpence with date 16-9 four interlinked C's reverse. Threepence with three interlinked C's reverse 1679. Twopence with two interlinked C's 1679. Penny with single C reverse 1679. (4)£60-80
735.    A CHARLES 11 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1670 with edge legend Secundo£150-200
736.    A CHARLES 11 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1676 with edge legend reading Octavo.£80-100
737.    A JAMES 11 CROWN (LOVE TOKEN).
A Jacobus 11 Crown dated 1687 with initial SR engraved below the bust.£100-150
738.    A JAMES 11 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1688 with Qvarto in edge lettering.£150-200
739.    JAMES 11 MAUNDY COINAGE.
Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence and a Penny all dated 1687.(4).£100-150
740.    A WILLIAM ET MARIA HALF GUINEA.
A 1694 dated William & Mary Half Guinea piece. Second bust with crowned sheild of arms.£400-600
741.    A WILLIAM & MARY CROWN PIECE.
Conjoined busts with edge lettering Qvarto dated 1692.
See Illustration£300-500
742.    A WILLIAM ET MARIA HALFCROWN.
Dated 1689 with conjoined busts, dated above the crowned sheild on the reverse, Primo in raised edge lettering.£200-300
743.    A WILLIAM ET MARIA HALFCROWN PIECE.
Conjoined busts facing right with crowned sheild reverse dated 1689, Primo in edge lettering.£200-300
744.    A WILLIAM & MARY HALFCROWN PIECE.
A William et Maria Halfcrown piece, with third reverse date and sheilds, 1692. Qvarto in edge lettering.£150-200
745.    A WILLIAM ET MARIA SHILLING PIECE.
Conjoined busts with 1692 date and WM monograms in angles.£80-100
746.    A WILLIAM ET MARIA SIXPENCE.
Conjoined busts with WM monograms in angles dated 1693.£80-100
747.    A WILLIAM & MARY TIN HALFPENNY.
Oblong mark to centres not through the coin, date uncertain possibly 1691£40-60
748.    A WILLIAM & MARY COPPER HALFPENNY.
Conjoined busts with Brittania reverse dated 1694.£60-80
749.    A WILLIAM & MARY FARTHING.
Conjoined busts with Brittania reverse and dated 1694.£50-60
750.    A WILLIAM & MARY HALFCROWN.
Dated 1689 with conjoined busts, Primo in edge lettering.£60-80
751.    A WILLIAM ET MARIA HALFCROWN.
William and Mary conjoined busts, reverse dated 1689 with Primo in edge lettering.£60-80
752.    WILLIAM & MARY MAUNDY COINAGE.
Fourpence, Threepence and Twopence all dated 1689. A Penny dated 1694. (4).£100-150
753.    A WILLIAM ET MARIA HALFPENNY & FARTHING.
A Copper halfpenny and Farthing of William & Mary , both dated 1694.
£30-40
754.    A WILLIAM 111 CROWN PIECE.
First bust with 1695 dated reverse, Septimo in edge lettering.£150-200
755.    A WILLIAM 111 HALFCROWN.
First bust with Nono in the edge lettering, dated 1697.£100-150
756.    WILLIAM 111 SHILLING & SIXPENCE PIECES.
Both dated 1697 with small crowns on the reverse side.£70-100
757.    A WILLIAM 111 SIXPENCE.
Dated 1696 with large crown over shields on the reverse.£30-40
758.    A WILLIAM 111 CROWN PIECE.
William 111 Crown dated 1695 with round collar first bust, Octavo in edge lettering.£150-200
759.    A WILLIAM 111 HALFCROWN PIECE.
A William 111 halfcrown piece, dated 1698, with Decimo in the edge lettering. £50-80
760.    WILLIAM 111 HALFCROWN & SHILLING PIECES.
Date on Halfcrown illegible, Nono in edge lettering. The Shilling is dated 1697, both are in worn condition.£30-50
761.    A WILLIAM 111 FOURPENNY PIECE etc.
The Fourpence piece dated 1702, crown over 4 reverse. A Twopence piece dated 1701. Two further drilled Wm 111 examples. Also a Sixpence dated 1696. (5)£50-70
762.    A WILLIAM 111 HALFPENNY & FARTHING PIECES.
William Tertius on the Halfpenny obverse, dated 1699 on the reverse. The farthing again has Tertuis on the obverse, dated 1697 on the reverse.£50-80
763.    A QUEEN ANNE CROWN PIECE.
A Quuen Anne Crown with Vigo below bust, dated 1703 on the obverse. Tertio in the edge lettering.£200-300
764.    A QUEEN ANNE CROWN PIECE.
Queen Anne 1702-14 Crown with date on the reverse of 1707, Septimo in the edge lettering.£200-300
765.    A QUEEN ANNE HALFCROWN PIECE.
Anna Dei Gratia obverse, dated 1707 on the obverse with Septimo in the edge lettering.£100-150
766.    QUEEN ANNE COINAGE EXAMPLES.
A Shilling piece dated 1707. A Sixpence (warped) dated 1711. A Fourpence dated 1704. A Threepence piece dated 1705. A Twopence piece dated 1704. A Penny dated 1709.(6).£70-100
767.    A QUEEN ANNE GUINEA.
Anna. Dei. Gratia. small crowns over shields reverse dated 1714.
See Illustration.£300-500
768.    A QUEEN ANNE CROWN.
A 1713 dated Queen Anne Crown with third bust obverse, Roses & Plumes between angles. Dvodecimo in the edge lettering.
See Illustration.£150-250
769.    A QUEEN ANNE CROWN.
A pre-union Crown dated 1707 with roses and plumes to reverse. Sexto in the edge lettering.
See Illustration.£200-250
770.    A QUEEN ANNE FARTHING.
With copper lustre still partially covering the coin. Dated 1914 with Brittania reverse.
See Illustration.£250-350
771.    A QUEEN ANNE HALFCROWN PIECE.
Vigo below bust with reverse dated 1703, Tertio in edge lettering.
See Illustration£200-300
772.    A QUEEN ANNE HALFCROWN PIECE.
In worn condition dated 1707 with Sexto in the edge lettering.£40-60
773.    A QUEEN ANNE HALFCROWN.
A post union Halfcrown piece dated 1712, with plumes between angles, undecimo in edge lettering.£150-200
774.    A QUEEN ANNE SHILLING PIECE.
Vigo below second bust with smaller crowns reverse dated 1703.£100-150
775.    A QUEEN ANNE SIXPENCE.
Vigo below bust with reverse dated 1703.£40-60
776.    A QUEEN ANNE SHILLING PIECE.
A 1711 dated shilling with plain angles £60-80
777.    A QUEEN ANNE SIXPENCE.
Dated 1711 with plain angles£30-40
778.    A GEORGE 1 CROWN PIECE.
Dated 1723 with SSC in the angles, Decimo in the edge lettering.
See Illustration£500-700
779.    A GEORGE 1 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1720 with Roses & Plumes in the angles, Sexto in the edge lettering.£200-250
780.    A GEORGE 1 QUARTER GUINEA.
Dated 1718 in the reverse, sceptres between angles.£100-150
781.    GEORGE 1 SHILLING & SIXPENNY PIECE.
Both dated 1723 with SSC in the angles.£60-80
782.    GEORGE 1 HALFPENNY & FARTHING.
Copper Halfpenny dated 1722 and a Farthing dated 1723. (2)£30-40
783.    A GEORGE 1 CROWN PIECE.
Dated 1726 with Plumes and Roses in the angles, Decimo-Tertio in edge lettering.
See Illustration£400-600
784.    A GEORGE 1 SHILLING PIECE.
Dated 1723 with SSC in angles, first bust obverse.£80-120
785.    A GEORGE 1 SIXPENNY PIECE.
A 1723 dated George 1 Sixpence, with SSC between the angles.£30-40
786.    A GEORGE 1 HALFPENNY & FARTHING.
The Halfpenny dated 1720, the Farthing dated 1721. (2)£30-40
787.    GEORGE 1 MAUNDY COINAGE.
A Fourpence dated 1717. A Threepence dated 1723. A Twopence (damaged) dated 1717. A Penny with Hipex error dated 1720. £40-60
788.    A GEORGE 11 GUINEA.
Dated 1760 with old head obverse, crowned shield reverse.£300-400
789.    A GEORGE 11 HALF GUINEA.
Dated 1756 with old head bust, crowned shield reverse.£200-250
790.    A GEORGE 11 CROWN PIECE.
Dated 1739 with Roses in angles, Dvodecimo in edge lettering.
See Illustration.£400-500
791.    A GEORGE 11 CROWN PIECE
Dated 1746 with Lima below bust, Decimo Nono in edge lettering.
See Illustration.£300-400
792.    A GEORGE 11 HALFCROWN.
Dated 1746 with Lima below bust, Decimo Nono in raised edge lettering. £200-250
793.    A GEORGE 11 HALFCROWN PIECE
Dated 1741 with Roses between angles, Decimo Qvarto in edge lettering.£150-200
794.    A GEORGE 11 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1745 with Decimo Nono in edge lettering.£50-70
795.    A GEORGE 11 SHILLING PIECE
Dated 1741 in worn condition with another worn example, at onetime brooch mounted. (2)£30-40
796.    A GEORGE 11 SHILLING PIECE.
Dated 1758 with plain angles reverse.£40-60
797.    TWO GEORGE 11 SIXPENNY PIECES.
The first dated 1731 with Roses and Plumes between angles. The second dated 1757 with plain angles reverse.£50-80
798.    GEORGE 11 HALFPENNY PIECES.
The first two both dated 1752, another dated 1731. Also a Farthing dated 1732. (4)£50-80
799.    A GEORGE 11 CROWN PIECE.
With die-step flaws dated 1743, Roses between angles Decimo Septimo in edge lettering.
See Illustration£300-400
800.    A GEORGE 11 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1741 with Roses between angles, Decimo Qvarto in edge lettering.£70-100
801.    A GEORGE 11 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1746 with plain angles, Decimo Nono in edge lettering.£50-70
802.    A GEORGE 11 SHILLING AND A SIXPENCE.
The first Shilling dated 1739 with Roses between angles, in worn condition. The second dated 1743 again with Roses between angles. (2)£30-50
803.    THREE GEORGE 11 SIXPENNY PIECES.
Dated 1739-1757 and 1758 respectively. (3)£30-40
804.    GEORGE 11 MAUNDY COINAGE.
Dated 1732 with 4d/3d/2d/1d pieces. (4)£70-100
805.    GEORGE 11 MAUNDY COINAGE.
Dated 1746, 4d/3d/2d/1d (4).£70-100
806.    GEORGE 11 HALFPENNIES AND FARTHINGS.
The first Halfpenny dated 1742, the second dated 1753. The first Farthing dated 1733, the second dated 1754. (4)£30-40
807.    A GEORGE 111 GUINEA.
Dated 1779 with crowned shield reverse£150-200
808.    A GEORGE 111 HALF GUINEA.
A 7th head Half-Guinea dated 1804, sheild in garter issue.£70-100
809.    A GEORGE 111 THIRD GUINEA PIECE.
First laureate head with date 1800 and crown reverse.£60-80
810.    A GEORGE 111 GUINEA.
Dated 1793 with 'Spade' reverse.£150-180
811.    A GEORGE 111 HALF GUINEA.
Spade reverse dated 1794, fifth laureate head obverse.£120-150
812.    A GEORGE 111 GUINEA.
Military type with date of 1813, under shield in garter reverse.
See Illustration.£500-600
813.    A GEORGE 111 HALF GUINEA.
Dated 1775 with shield reverse.£100-120
814.    A GEORGE 111 QUARTER GUINEA.
Dated 1762 with some bending evident in front of Kings bust.£50-70
815.    A GEORGE 111 HALF GUINEA.
A sixth laureate head Half-Guinea dated 1802 on the reverse.£80-100
816.    A GEORGE 111 HALF SOVEREIGN.
Dated 1817 with laureate head and crowned shield reverse.£80-100
817.    A GEORGE 111 THIRD GUINEA.
Dated 1810 below the crown on the reverse, second laureate head obverse.£80-100
818.    A GEORGE 111 NEW COINAGE SOVEREIGN.
New or last coinage type dated 1817, St George and the Dragon reverse.
See Illustration
£300-400
819.    A GEORGE 111 NEW COINAGE SOVEREIGN.
Dated 1820 new or last type coinage issue, St George and the Dragon reverse.£300-400
820.    A BANK OF ENGLAND OVERSTRUCK DOLLAR.
An overstruck coin of Carlous 1111 of Spain, with oval strike Geo 111 head. Dated 1793 with 0 over M (Mexico) mint. Hispan et Ind. Rex. oM. 8R. F. M.
See Illustration£200-250
821.    GEORGE 111 AND COPPER COINAGE.
A Shilling and Sixpenny pieces both dated 1787, crowns in angles reverses. A Cartwheel 2d and a 1d both dated 1797. (4)£30-40
822.    GEORGE 111 COPPER COINAGE.
A Halfpenny dated 1799 with Brittania reverse. Two Farthings dated 1773 and 1799 respectively.£30-40
823.    A GEORGE 111 SHILLING PIECE.
A 'Northumberland' Shilling dated 1763.£250-300
824.    GEORGE 111 SHILLING AND SIXPENNY PIECES.
Both dated 1787, crowns in angles reverses.£30-40
825.    GEORGE 111 MAUNDY COINAGE.
A 4d dated 1776. A 3d dated 1762. A 2d dated 1763. A 1d dated 1776. (4).£30-40
826.    GEORGE 111 COPPER COINAGE.
A Cartwheel 2d and 1d pieces, 1799 Halfpennies x 2. A 1775 Halfpenny etc (6).£30-40
827.    A BANK OF ENGLAND DOLLAR.
Georgius 111 Dei Gratia Rex with right facing obverse bust. Reverse with Bank of England 1804 dated, Five Shillings and Dollar in oval garter surrounding Brittania. £150-200
828.    A GEORGE 111 8 REALES COUNTERSTRUCK PIECE.
Carolus the 1111 of Spain, Mexico mint 8 Reales piece, oval counterstrike with George 111 head, dated 1788.£150-200
829.    A THREE SHILLING BANK TOKEN.
Dated 1811 with first head bust. Also an 1811 1s 6d Bank Token. (2)£40-60
830.    A GEORGE 111 MAUNDY SET.
4d/3d/2d/1d all dated 1800.£60-80
831.    A GEORGE 111 DOLLAR.
A crowned garter reverse with Bank of England Five Shillings, Dollar surrounding Brittania.£100-150
832.    FOUR GEORGE 111 SILVER COINS.
Two Crowns dated 1819 and 1820 respectively. A 'Bullhead Shilling of 1819 and a Sixpence of 1816. (4).£30-50
833.    A GEORGE 111 BANK TOKEN.
A Bank Token of One Shilling & Sixpence (18 pence) dated 1812.£30-50
834.    A GEORGE 111 BANK TOKEN.
Dated 1812 with Three Shillings reverse value.£40-60
835.    A GEORGE 111 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Small head bust dated 1818, crowned garter and shield reverse.£80-100
836.    A GEORGE 111 HALFCROWN.
Large bust variety dated 1817, crowned garter reverse.£70-100
837.    TWO GEORGE 111 HALFCROWN PIECES.
Both dated 1817 the first with large or 'Bullhead', the second with small laureate head.£40-60
838.    GEORGE 111 SILVER & COPPER COINAGE.
An 1820 Crown, 1817 Shilling, 1819 Sixpence. Two 1806 Pennies, an 1806 Halfpenny and an 1806 Farthing. (7).£30-40
839.    A GEORGE 1V £2 GOLD PIECE.
Dated 1823 with large bare head. Edge lettering Decus et Tutamen Anno Regni 1V.
See Illustration£500-700
840.    A GEORGE 1V CROWN PIECE.
Dated 1821 with Secundo in the edge lettering. An 1823 Halfcrown and a drilled 1824 Shilling. (3)£40-50
841.    GEORGE 1V COPPER COINAGE.
An 1826 Penny and Halfpenny. 1822 & 1826 x 2, 1828 Farthings, 1827 Third farthing. (7)£30-40
842.    GEORGE 1V SILVER COINAGE.
An 1827 Maundy Fourpenny piece. Threepenny piece dated 1825. Twopenny piece 1828. One penny piece dated 1828. Worn 1826 Halfcrown and shilling pieces. (6)£30-40
843.    A GEORGE 1V SOVEREIGN.
An 1822 George 1V Sovereign, St George and the Dragon reverse.
See Illustration£300-400
844.    A GEORGE 1V HALF SOVEREIGN.
An 1821 George 1V Half Sovereign, garnished crowned shield reverse.
See Illustration£500-600
845.    A GEORGE 1V HALF SOVEREIGN.
In worn condition dated 1824, plain crowned shield reverse.£70-100
846.    A GEORGE 1V CROWN PIECE.
An 1821 dated Crown with Secundo in edge lettering. £50-70
847.    A GEORGE 1V HALFCROWN PIECE.
Laureate head with garnished shield reverse dated 1821.£30-40
849.    GEORGE 1V SHILLING & SIXPENNY PIECES.
Both dated 1821, Shilling has some pitting and scratches.£30-40
850.    A GEORGE 1V HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1823 with laureate head obverse.£30-40
851.    GEORGE 1V COINAGE.
1825 dated Shilling and Sixpence pieces. (2).£30-40
852.    A GEORGE 1V SOVEREIGN.
Dated 1826 with bare head obverse, crowned shield reverse.
See Illustration£200-300
853.    A GEORGE 1V HALF SOVEREIGN.
in worn condition dated 1828, shield reverse.£60-80
854.    GEORGE 1V SILVER COINAGE.
An 1828 dated Halfcrown, 1826 Shilling and another both dated 1826. (3)£30-40
855.    GEORGE 1V COPPER COINAGE.
An 1826 dated Penny, 1827 Halfpenny, 1822/1823/1830 dated Farthings. A Half-Farthing dated 1830 and a Third Farthing dated 1827. (7)£30-40
856.    WILLIAM 1V COINAGE EXAMPLES.
An 1836 Halfcrown, an 1834 Shilling, also an 1835 Sixpence. An 1837 dated Groat and a drilled 1-1/2 d piece. (5)£40-50
857.    WILLIAM 1V COINAGE EXAMPLES.
A Maundy Fourpence dated 1835, a Threepenny piece dated 1834. A Penny dated 1837. A copper Penny and Halfpenny dated 1831, also an 1833 Farthing. (7). £40-60
858.    A WILLIAM 1V SOVEREIGN.
A William 1V Sovereign dated 1832 with crowned shield reverse.£200-300
859.    A WILLIAM 1V HALF SOVEREIGN.
Suffering from scratches etc, with crowned shield reverse dated 1836.£80-100
860.    A WILLIAM 1V HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1836 with W W in script below bust.£30-40
861.    A WILLIAM 111 SHILLING PIECE.
Dated 1837 with value in the reverse wreath.£30-40
862.    A QUANTITY OF LATE 18THC COPPER TOKENS.
Ten various tokens including a copper lustre Edingburgh Halfpenny (Hutchinson 1790. A 1794 Inverness Halfpenny, Emsworth halfpenny 1793, Macclesfield Halfpenny of 1789, etc.£40-60
863.    LATE 18thC COPPER TOKENS.
Ten various tokens including Samuel Fereday Bilston Halfpenny, Rushberry & Wolley Bilston 120th Pound Token. Cinque Ports Halfpenny 1794, J Lackington Finsbury Square 1795 Halfpenny. Coventry halfpenny , etc. (11).£40-60
864.    GEORGE 111 COPPER COINAGE.
1806 Pennies x 2, an 1807 Halfpenny, an 1806 Farthing and a worn Bristol 1660 Farthing. (5).£30-40
865.    FOUR GEORGE 111 MAUNDY COINS.
A large or 'Bullhead' Fourpence of 1818, a Threepence again 1818, a Twopence dated 1818. Also a Penny of 1820.£40-50
866.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A younghead Sovereign dated 1873, 'S' below shield base.£120-150
867.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
Younghead obverse dated 1866.£50-60
868.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
Younghead bust with obverse with M below. Reverse dated 1879.£120-150
869.    A VICTORIAN CROWN PIECE
Younghead obverse dated 1847,with regnal year in edge letters X1. £80-100
870.    A VICTORIAN HALFCROWN.
Dated 1844 with Younghead obverse.£40-60
871.    A VICTORIAN SHILLING.
Third head obverse, reverse has value inside the wreath, dated 1874 below. £30-40
872.    A VICTORIAN HALFCROWN PIECE.
Dated 1885 with crowned shield and wreath reverse.£30-40
873.    VICTORIAN SILVER COINAGE.
An 1883 dated Sixpence, an 1846 Groat , a Threepence dated 1886 also a 1 1/2d piece dated 1862. (4) £30-40
874.    VICTORIAN COPPER COINAGE.
An 1857 and 1858 Pennies the latter with traces of copper lustre. An 1853 Halfpenny. An 1853 Farthing, an 1844 half-farthing, a third farthing 1844 and an 1839 quarter farthing. (7).£30-50
875.    A GOTHIC CROWN PIECE.
Victorian Crown with edge lettering 'Undecimo', crowned cruciform shields reverse.
See Illustration£500-700
876.    A VICTORIAN FLORIN.
A 'Godless' Florin dated 1849 behind bust, W W below date.£40-60
877.    A VICTORIAN GOTHIC FLORIN,
Dated 1886 in roman numerals, emblems in angles.£30-40
878.    VICTORIAN COPPER COINAGE.
A Penny, Halfpenny, Farthing all dated 1890. An 1884 third Farthing.£30-40
879.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Younghead Sovereign dated 1863, die number 13 below wreath, W W incuse.£120-150
880.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Younghead Sovereign dated 1874, S below bust.£120-150
881.    A VICTORIAN HALF SOVEREIGN.
Dated 1877, 39 below garnished shield reverse.£50-60
882.    VICTORIAN SILVER COINAGE.
A worn 1845 Crown piece, 1849/1885 Halfcrowns. An 1885 Shilling piece, an 1873 Sixpence and Threepenny bit. (6)£50-60
883.    VICTORIAN SILVER COINAGE.
Maundy Fourpence and Twopence both dated1838. A Groat dated 1843, an 1884 dated Threepence also a 1 1/2d piece dated 1862. (5) £30-40
884.    VICTORIAN COPPER COINAGE.
1853 & 1855 Pennies, 1853 Halfpenny, an 1854 farthing. An 1844 Half-Farthing, also a quarter Farthing dated 1839. (6).£30-40
885.    VICTORIAN COINAGE EXAMPLES.
A Gothic Florin dated 1869, a Godless Florin dated1849. Bronze 1891 Penny and Halfpenny and Farthing . (5).£30-40
886.    AN 1887 FIVE POUND PIECE.
A Jubilee bust £5 piece with St George reverse, date 1887 below.£500-600
887.    AN 1887 TWO POUND GOLD PIECE.
Jubilee head obverse with St George over date 1887.£250-300
888.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
Jubilee head, with 1887 date under St George reverse.£120-150
889.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
Jubilee issue dated 1887.£50-70
890.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Sovereign dated 1889 below St George reverse.£120-150
891.    VICTORIAN SILVER JUBILEE COINAGE.
A Crown piece, Double Florin, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence x 2 and Threepenny bit. All dated 1887. (8)£50-60
892.    MAUNDY COINAGE
A Victorian 1888 dated Maundy set of Fourpence. Threepence, Twopence, Penny (4).£60-80
893.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
Jubilee issue dated 1887.£50-70
894.    A VICTORIAN CROWN.
A Jubilee Crown dated 1887£50-60
895.    A DOUBLE FLORIN.
A Jubilee issue Double Florin dated 1887.£30-50
896.    VICTORIAN GOLDEN JUBILEE COINAGE.
A Florin, Shilling and Sixpence, all dated 1887.£40-50
897.    VICTORIAN SILVER COINAGE.
Golden Jubilee issue Double-Florin, Shilling showing traces of gilding, Sixpence and a Threepence piece. All dated 1887.£40-50
898.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A 1900 dated Victorian Sovereign.£120-150
899.    VICTORIAN SILVER COINAGE.
An 1893 Florin, Shilling and Sixpence and Threepenny pieces. An 1888 dated Groat.£30-40
900.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A Half-Sovereign dated 1895£50-60
901.    A VICTORIAN CROWN PIECE.
Old veiled bust with St George reverse dated 1893 and LV1 in edge lettering.£60-80
902.    VICTORIAN SILVER COINAGE.
An 1899 Crown piece with LX111 in edge lettering. Two 1887 Double Florins and an 1893 Halfcrown piece. (4)£50-60
903.    A VICTORIAN GOLD FIVE POUNDS PIECE
Old veiled bust obverse with St George reverse, dated 1893.
See Illustration£700-1000
904.    A VICTORIAN TWO POUND GOLD PIECE.
Old veiled bust obverse, with St George reverse dated 1893.£300-400
905.    A GEORGE VSOVEREIGN.
A London Mint 1913 dated GV Sovereign.£120-150
906.    A VICTORIAN HALF-SOVEREIGN.
In worn condition with date 1899.£50-60
907.    A VICTORIAN HALFCROWN.
A Victorian Halfcrown piece dated 1893.£30-40
908.    VICTORIAN SILVER COINAGE.
A Crown piece dated 1900, an 1896 dated Florin, an 1899 dated Shilling. Also an 1893 Sixpence, 1895/97 Threepenny bits. (6)£30-40
909.    MAUNDY AND COPPER VICTORIAN COINAGE.
An 1898 Fourpence, Twopence and Penny pieces. Copper Lustre Penny, Halfpenny x 2 and Farthing pieces dated 1895.£30-40
910.    AN EDWARD V11 FIVE POUND PIECE.
Bare head obverse, St George reverse, dated 1902.
See Illustration£500-700
911.    AN EDWARD V11 TWO POUND GOLD PIECE.
Bare head obverse, St George reverse, dated 1902.£250-300
912.    AN EDWARD V11 SOVEREIGN.
A bare head Sovereign dated 1902.£120-150
913.    AN EDWARD V11 HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A bare head bust Half-Sovereign dated 1910.£50-60
914.    AN EDWARD V11 CROWN PIECE.
Anno Regni 11 in edge lettering dated 1902£70-100
915.    AN EDWARD V11 HALFCROWN PIECE.
Bare head obverse with date 1902 under crowned shield reverse.£30-50
916.    AN EDWARD V11 FLORIN.
A Two Shilling or Florin piece, dated 1902.£30-40
917.    EDWARD V11 SHILLING & SIXPENNY PIECES.
The Shilling with Lion Rampant reverse, the Sixpence with value in wreath, both dated 1902.£30-40
918.    MAUNDY COINS
Edward V11 dated 1902, Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence and Penny.£60-80
919.    AN EDWARD V11 SOVEREIGN.
Bare head with 1908 dated reverse.£120-150
920.    AN EDWARD V11 SOVEREIGN.
Bare head obverse, reverse dated 1904. P in groundline.£120-150
921.    AN EDWARD V11 HALF-SOVEREIGN.
Bare head obverse, reverse dated 1908£50-60
922.    AN EDWARD V11 CROWN PIECE .
Anno Regni 11 in edge lettering, dated 1902£60-80
923.    A HALFCROWN PIECE.
Bare head obverse, dated 1902 on the reverse.£30-40
924.    AN EDWARD V11 FLORIN PIECE.
Bare head obverse, one Florin-Two Shillings reverse dated 1902.£30-40
925.    EDWARD V11 SILVER COINAGE.
A Shilling piece with Lion Rampant reverse. A Sixpence with value in wreath, a Threepenny bit, all dated 1902.£30-40
926.    EDWARD V11 COPPER LUSTRE COINAGE.
Two 1902 dated Pennies and two Half Pennies. A 1902 Third Farthing. (5). Toned 1902/03 Farthings and a 1902 Third farthing. (8 in total)£30-40
927.    A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN
A George V 1911 dated Sovereign.£120-150
928.    A HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A George V Half-Sovereign dated 1914.£50-60
929.    GEORGE V SILVER COINAGE.
A Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy Fourpence, all dated 1911. (5)£60-80
930.    GEORGE V COINAGE EXAMPLES.
Including a 1917 Halfcrown also a 1923 example. 1935 Crowns x 4. 1927 Penny/Halfpenny/Farthing, etc. (15).£30-40
931.    A WREATH CROWN.
George V Crown with modified head obverse. Wreath reverse with crown dtaed 1927. £150-200
932.    GEORGE V COINAGE.
A Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling and Sixpence, all dated 1922. (4)£50-70
933.    GEORGE V 1927 COINAGE.
A Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling and Sixpence pieces. Proof issues.£80-100
934.    GEORGE V COINAGE EXAMPLES.
1922 dated Halfcrown, Florin and Shilling. 1921 Sixpence and 3d. (5)£40-50
935.    A WREATH CROWN.
A George V 'Wreath' Crown dated 1927.£150-200
936.    GEORGE V PROOF COINAGE
Proof 1927 Halfcrown. Florin, Shilling and Sixpenny pieces. Also a 1927 Threepence piece. (5).£80-100
937.    A GEORGE V CROWN PIECE.
A Proof 1935 dated Crown with raised edge lettering, one of 2500 struck.
See Illustration£250-300
938.    COPPER LUSTRE COINAGE.
A Victorian Penny dated 1895, 1928 x 2 Pennies, 1929 Penny, 1930/32 Farthings.£30-40
939.    A GEORGE V1 FIVE POUND GOLD PIECE.
A Proof Five Pound Gold piece dated 1937, plain edge.
See Illustration£700-900
940.    A GEORGE V1 TWO POUND GOLD PIECE.
A Proof 1937 George V1 gold piece.
See Illustration£400-500
941.    A GEORGE V1 SOVEREIGN.
A Proof 1937 dated George V1 Sovereign with plain edge.
See Illustration.£1200-1500
942.    A GEORGE V1 HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A Proof George V1 dated 1937 Half-Sovereign with plain edge.
See Illustration.£300-400
943.    GEORGE V1 1937 COINAGE.
Crown, Halfcrown x 2, Florin, Shillings- both issues, Sixpence and Threepence. Penny and Halfpenny, Farthing and Brass Threepenny bit. All dated 1937. (12)£60-80
944.    GEORGE V1 MAUNDY COINAGE.
Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence, Penny pieces, all dated 1937.£60-80
945.    GEORGE V1 COINAGE.
1937 dated Crowns x 2, Halfcrown, Florin, Shillings-both issues, Sixpence, Threepence, Brass Threepence, Pennies x 2. Halfpenny & Farthing pieces. (13).£50-70
946.    GEORGE V1 1951 COINAGE.
Two FOB Crown pieces, Halfcrown, Florin, Shillings x 2 (both issues), Sixpence, Brass Threepence, Halfpenny & Farthing.(11). All dated 1951.£40-60
947.    AN ELIZABETH 11 SOVEREIGN.
A Queen Elizabeth 11 Sovereign dated 1962.£120-150
948.    A CASED QE11 SOVEREIGN.
A 1996 dated Proof Sovereign with certificate and case of issue.£130-160
949.    A QE11 SOVEREIGN.
Proof issue dated 1996 with certificate and case of issue.£60-80
950.    A QE11 HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A Proof Half-Sovereign dated 1996 with certificate and case of issue.£60-80
951.    A QE 11 HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A Proof Half-Sovereign dated 1996 with certificate and case of issue.£60-80
952.    A QE11 SOVEREIGN.
An UNC Sovereign dated 1962.£120-150
953.    A QE11 SOVEREIGN.
Queen Elizabeth 11 Sovereign dated 1962£120-150
954.    A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Younghead Sovereign dated 1876.£130-150
955.    A SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1888.£120-150
956.    A SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1889.£120-150
957.    A SOVEREIGN.
A George V Sovereign dated 1913.
£120-150
958.    A HALF-SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Half-Sovereign dated 1902.£50-60
959.    A HALF-SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Half-Sovereign dated 1905£50-60
960.    A HALF-SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Half-Sovereign dated 1910.£50-60
961.    UNCIRCULATED QE11 COINAGE.
1953 & 1963 etc uncurculated Crowns, Halfcrowns, Florins , Copper etc.£40-50
962.    A SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1896.£120-150
963.    QE11 CUPRO-NICKLE COINAGE
Crowns, Halfcrowns, Florins, Shillings, etc. All in unc condition.£30-40
964.    MAUNDY COINS.
A 1962 QE11 set of Maundy Coins, all dated 1962. 4d/3d/2d/1d.£60-80
965.    COINS AND CASES.
1937 Crown, Florin, Shillings etc, in an original dated Specimen case, as an incomplete set. A smaller 1937 four coin case , 1911 Specimen lacking inner and other cases.£40-60
966.    UNC COIN ISSUE PACKS.
Decimal Coinage issues, £2-1d sets in original packets, etc.£50-70
967.    A LARGE QUANTITY OF PENNIES.
In various conditions, Victoria to QE11 examples.£50-80
968.    A LARGE QUANTITY OF PENNIES.
Victoria to QE11 issues, various dates and conditions.£30-40
969.    AN ALBUM OF COINAGE.
Containing many part silver issues, from Halfcrowns to pennies.£30-40
970.    UNCIRCULATED COINAGE SETS.
Large quantity of brilliant uncirculated coinage sets and £5 pieces etc. Dating from the 1970's up to 2007.£100-150
971.    A COIN ALBUM.
Florins, Shillings etc, many part silver issues.£40-50
972.    A SOVEREIGN.
A QE11 Sovereign dated 1979 in original case.£120-150
973.    A LARGE QTY OF PENNIES.
Pennies from various dates and issues.£30-40
974.    OLD COIN BOOKS.
Old or superseded Coin books, Seabys etc£30-40
975.    JERSEY & GUERNSEY COINAGE.
19th & 20thC Copper issues, doubles etc, from Jersey & Guernsey issues, IOM etc£30-50
976.    A QUANTITY OF TOKENS.
Including Blackpools Gigantic Wheel, John Wilkinson Iron Master 1793. Splading 1/2d dated 1794 etc.£30-40
977.    18th/19th/20th C COINAGE EXAMPLES.
Two worn Queen Anne Halfcrowns with E below bust, both dated 1708. 1887 Silver coinage Halfcrown/Shillings etc.£40-60
978.    GB CROWNS etc.
Cased FOB crowns, American Dollar 1925, modern £5 coins etc.£30-40
979.    PART SILVER COINAGE.
Pre 1946 Halfcrowns, Florins, Shillings etc, with a face value of £13.£80-120
980.    18thC TOKENS.
A J Lackington Finsbury Square token. Wm Forster Violin tenor 1/2d 1795. P O Wales London & Middlesex 1/2d. A Bilston 1811 1d, Gen Elliott Birmingham 1/2d 1792 token etc. (12)£50-70
981.    18thC TOKENS.
Including Wainfleet 1/2d 1793. Plymouth 1/2d 1796. Norwich Castle 1794. Hawkhurst 1/2d 1794. Isle of Wight 1/2d 1792. Haverhill Manufactory . R Campin Haberdasher of Norwich (Goat Lane) 1793. Yarmouth 1/2d 1796. Liverpool 1/2d 1794. A British Naval 1/2d dated 1812. (10).£50-70
982.    18thC TOKENS.
Including a N Wales 1/2d dated 1793. A Deal 1/2d dated 1794. Braintree & Bocking 1/2d 1794. Hull 1/2d 1791. M Banbury Rusher, Hatter, Bookseller & Stationer of Oxford-Reading. An Exeter 1/2d of 1792. Bath Pumproom, S Wales farthing etc. (10).£50-80
983.    ROMAN COINAGE
A Republican Denarius of Decimus Flavius, plus three others.£60-80
984.    ROMAN COINAGE.
A Republican Denarius of L Porcius C120bc, plus three others.£60-80
985.    ROMAN COINAGE.
A Republican Denarius of Thorius Balbus C105bc and three others.£60-80
986.    ROMAN COINAGE.
A Republican Denarius of Norbanius C83bc and three others£60-80
987.    ROMAN COINAGE.
A Republican Denarius of Caepusius C82bc and three others.£60-80
988.    ROMAN COINAGE.
A Republican Denarius of Cn Lentulus Clodianus C80bc and three others.£60-80
989.    ROMAN COINAGE.
A Republican Denarius of P Licinius Crassus C55bc and four others.£70-100
990.    ROMAN COINAGE.
A Denarius of Julius Caesar (holed). Mark Anthony-Augustus and Tiberius. (4)£40-60
991.    ROMAN COINAGE
A Denarius of Nero and another of Agrippina (possibly a copy piece) another of Nero also Vitellius. (4)£40-60
992.    ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Vespasian x 2 A Denarius of Titus and a fourth of Domitian. (4)£40-60
993.    ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Domitian , Nerva and Trajan x 2. (4)£60-80
994.    ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Hadrian x 2 and Antoninius Pius x 3.£70-100
995.    ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Faustina snr x 2 and Marcus Aurelius also Faustina jnr.£40-60
996.    ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Lucius Verus , Lucilla and Commodus.£50-70
997.    ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Julia Domna (4).£70-100
998.    ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Septimus Severus (4)£50-70
999.    ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Caracalla AD198-217 x (7).£70-100
1000.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Plautilla & Geta AD 209-212 x (2).£60-80
1001.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Elagabalus x (2). Julia Paula x (2) and Severus Alexander.£50-70
1002.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Denarius of Orbiana-Julia Maesa-Julia Mamaea and Maximus.£50-70
1003.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Antoninianus of Gordian 111 (6)£60-80
1004.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Antoninianus of Gordian 111 (6).£60-80
1005.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Early Roman bronze coinage including Augustus examples.£70-100
1006.   ROMAN COINAGE.
A Hadrian Tetradrachm and early bronze examples x (5).£50-70
1007.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Bronze Marcus Aurelias x (2) and Crispins plus 3 x others£50-70
1008.   ROMAN COINAGE.
A Trajan Decius Tetradrachm plus four bronze examples.£50-70
1009.   ROMAN COINAGE.
A Serstertius-Maximus-Maximinus x (2) and Philip 1 example.£50-70
1010.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Sestertius of Phillip 11-Otacila-Gordian 111 and Postumus.£40-60
1011.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Sestertius of Balbinus and Pupienus C238AD£60-80
1012.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Bronze coinage of Hostilian-Lucius-Verus-Commodus etc £40-60
1013.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Paduan copies of Lucius Verus, Cladius and Macrinus. (3)£40-60
1014.   BYZANTINE COINAGE.
Base metal coinage of Ptolemy 1V, Maurice Tiberius, Alexius etc.(6)£40-60
1015.   ROMAN COINAGE.
(12) Early Imperial bronze coins, including Caligula.£80-120
1016.   ROMAN COINAGE.
(12) Early Imperial bronze coins including Domitian issue.£80-120
1017.   ROMAN COINAGE.
A Sestertius of Caligula with reverse Divo Avg Cligula sacrificing at the Temple of Augustus, (Hexastyle.)£100-130
1018.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Sestertius of Domitian x 2, Vespasian, Trajan x 2 (5).£50-70
1019.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Sestertius of Trajan, Antoninius Pius, Sabina, Hadrian etc (6).£70-100
1020.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Sestertius of Faustina Snr & Jnr, Marcus Aurelias, Lucius Verus, Antoninius x 2. (6).£70-100
1021.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Sestertius of Caracalla, Commodus x 2, Clodius Albinus, Julia Mamea and Severus Alexander. (6)£70-100
1022.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Antoninius of Postumus, Valerian 11, together with silver washed examples etc. (20).£100-150
1023.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Antoninius of Lucius, Theodius, and other base metal examples of later Roman coinage. (20).£100-150
1024.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Antoninius of Gordian 111 x 3 and Philip 1 x 12. (15 in total).£150-200
1025.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Antoninius of Otacilia Severa x 2, Philip 1 x 2 and Philipp 11 x 2 (6)£140-180
1026.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Antoninius of Herennius Etruscus and Herennius Etruscilla and 9 others (11).£80-120
1027.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Antoninius of Mariniana and Salonina, Gallienus etc.(8).£70-100
1028.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Silver milarense of Constantius Gallus and Julian 11.£60-80
1029.   ROMAN COINAGE.
Siliqua of Constantius 11, Valens, Valentian, Gratian and Magnus Maximus (5)£70-100
1030.   ROMAN COINAGE.
(20) Bronze Roman late coinage examples, including Procopius, Aelia Flacilla, Constantine 11, Licinius etc.£100-150
1031.   A ROMAN GOLD COIN.
A Solidius of Leo 1 457-474 AD, reverse Victoria AVG .£150-200
1032.   GREAT WAR MEDALS & ASSOCIATED BOOK.
1914/15 Trio named to 6040 Pte S Houghton A.P.C. British War and Victory medals named to 2 Lt S Houghton. Commissioned 6/6/1918 into the 1st Manchester Regt, later attached 2/21st and 2/19th London Regts.
Served APC 13.3.1915 until 24.3.1915. Field Cashier.
" 1/5th Norfolks from 1.7.1917 until 31.3.1918.
" 2/21st Londons from 1.4.1918 until 31.4.1918.
" 2/19th Londons from 1.5.1918 until 1920.
In the Expeditionary force from 22.11.1915 until 19.12.1918
Asst Adjudant 31.5.1918
Act Adjudant 31.5.1918 until 1.5.1920.
Born Oldham Lancashire in 1892.
Two paybooks containing details of his service etc and a copy of The advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force July 1917 until October 1918. Some cloth badges and buttons in the lot, also his Commission Document.£150-200
1033.   A DEATH PLAQUE.
Named to Charles Lawson of which (4) are listed on the C W G register. In the original card box of issue with a Kings Letter.£40-60
1034.   A QUANTITY OF SIXPENNY & THREEPENNY BITS.
Silver and part silver 6d and 3d issues pre 1946. Also a 1784 Maundy 2d and 1843 1 1/2d piece.£40-60
1035.   A DIAMOND JUBILEE MEDALLION.
Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Silver 55mm cased medallion.£30-40
1036.   A 1916 HALFCROWN etc.
George V 1916 Halfcrown and other Victorian etc, Halfcrowns, Florins, Shilling pieces.£40-50
1037.   A CASED SILVER CROWN etc.
Cased 1977 Silver Crown, other crowns, 1953 set etc. American and foreign coinage, GB year sets£30-40
1038.   A USA $20 DOLLAR PIECE.
Gold $20 Coronet Head Double Eagle piece dated 1899 from the San Francisco Mint.£600-800
1039.   A USA $10 PIECE.
A gold USA $10 Eagle Indian Head piece, dated 1913.
£200-300
1040.   A USA $2.50 DOLLAR PIECE
A gold quarter eagle piece dated 1908, Indian Head issue. £80-120
1041.   A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A young head Victorian Sovereign dated 1873.£120-150
1042.   A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1898, Melbourne Mint issue.£120-150
1043.   A SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Sovereign dated 1908.
1044.   A SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1892.£120-150
1045.   A SOVEREIGN.
A Victorian Sovereign dated 1899£120-150
1046.   A SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Sovereign dated 1907.£120-150
1047.   A SOVEREIGN.
A George V Sovereign dated 1911, Melbourne Mint.
1048.   A SOVEREIGN.
George V issue dated 1911.£120-150
1049.   A SOVEREIGN.
George V issue dated 1931, South Africa Mint.£120-150
1050.   TWO HALF-SOVEREIGNS.
Two Victorian Half-Sovereigns dated 1892 & 1894 respectively.£100-120
1051.   TWO HALF-SOVEREIGNS.
Victorian Half-Sovereign dated 1900, Edward V11 dated 1905.£100-120
1052.   TWO HALF-SOVEREIGNS.
Two Edward V11 Half-Sovereigns dated 1906 & 1907 respectively.£100-120
1053.   A SOVEREIGN FROM THE WRECK OF THE 'DOURO' TREASURE.
The RMS Douro sailing from Lisbon on the 1st April 1882, was on it's final leg of a South American voyage. In the Bay of Biscay off Cape Finnester lights off the Spanish Ship 'Yrurac Bat' were spotted coming closer to the Douro. She rammed the Douro which caused both ships to begin to sink. Passengers lost from the Douro were (5) Males and one female all drowned. The Captain and four of his senior officers and two Engineers, went down with the ship. A Court of Enquiry found the Douro entirely responsible for the disaster.
Over 100 years later the ship was located and amongst the Treasure brought to the surface, were Victorian Sovereigns.
This Sovereign in its sealed plastic Numismatic Guaranty Corporation Case is numbered and authenticated, dated 1852.£150-180
1054.   A 'DOURO' TREASURE SOVEREIGN
With WW incused, Younghead Bust dated 1853, in NGC case.£150-200
1055.   A 'DOURO' TREASURE SOVEREIGN.
W W raised 1853 dated Younghead Sovereign in NGC case.£150-200
1056.   A 'DOURO' TREASURE SOVEREIGN.
W W incused 1854 dated Younghead Sovereign, in NGC case.£150-200
1057.   A 'DOURO' TREASURE SOVEREIGN.
W W incused 1854 dated Younghead Sovereign, in NGC case.£150-200
1058.   A 'DOURO' TREASURE SOVEREIGN.
W W incused 1855 dated Younghead Sovereign, in NGC case.£150-200
1059.   A 'DOURO' TREASURE SOVEREIGN.
W W incused 1855 dated Younghead Sovereign, in NGC case.£150-200
1060.   A 'DOURO' TREASURE SOVEREIGN.
Large date 1856 Younghead Sovereign, in NGC case of issue.£150-200
1061.   A 'DOURO' TREASURE SOVEREIGN.
Younghead 1864 dated Sovereign in NGC case of issue.£150-200
1062.   A 'DOURO' TREASURE SOVEREIGN.
Victorian Younghead 1864 dated Sovereign, in NGC case of issue.£150-200
1063.   A MOUNTED 1/3rd GUINEA PIECE.
George 111 dated 1804 with affixed loop mount. Also a buckled 1/4 Guinea dated 1762. (2)
£80-100
1064.   A USA TRADE DOLLAR.
A Silver trade dollar with 420 grains, 900 fine below the Eagle.£50-80
1065.   TWO CROWN PIECES
Both George 1111 dated 1821, in worn condition.£30-40
1066.   THREE VICTORIAN CROWNS.
1844 and 1890 Crowns in worn condition, together with an 1889 Crown piece. (3)£30-50
1067.   THREE CROWN PIECES.
Victorian dated 1893, Edward V11 dated 1902, George V dated 1935 and a Canadian 'Canoe Dollar' dated 1935. (4)£40-60
1068.   A USA GOLD DOLLAR.
Liberty Head dated 1853, also a Half Dollar marked Californian Gold 1853. A 1/4 Dollar, Cal, 1871. (3)£80-100
1069.   £15 FACE VALUE PRE 1918/47 COINAGE.
Silver and part Silver Halfcrowns/Florins/Shilling etc coinage, approximately £15 face value.£80-120
1070.   A CHARLES 11 CROWN PIECE.
Worn condition dated 1677, also a worn Geo 111 Crown, etc£30-40
1071.   TWO SILVER DEERHOUND PRIZE PLAQUES.
Two heavy HM Silver ingot shaped Deerhound Prize plaques, dated 1922 & 1925 respectively. Both awarded for the Abbotsford Bowl or Ruritania/Ross Bowl to Mrs Hobarts.£30-40
1072.   A HALF SOVEREIGN.
A Jubilee issue 1887 Half-Sovereign.£50-60
1073.   HAMMERED SILVER COINAGE.
Including two Elizabeth 1 Sixpenny pieces and other earlier 1d pieces.£100-150
1074.   A LARGE COLLECTION OF COINS.
Modern GB issues of UNC sets and singles, also cased silver Crowns and medallions. Older coinage includes South Afrikan Republic halfcrowns etc. 19th/20thC issues from European countries and the USA among others are silver dollar and silver thaler issues.£800-1000
1075.   A CHARLES 1 BRONZE MEDALLION.
Commemorative bronze medallion by J Rottiers of 50mm diameter, Carol.D.G.M.B.F.ET.Rex & Glor. Mem, surrounding bust of Charles 1 on obverse. Reverse has a hand holding a celestial crown above sheep in a landscape below. Legend reads Virtvt.Ex.Me.Fortunam.Ex.Aljis. A Rugby School silver HM medal for Boxing 1891 won by G E Blunt, also other uniform bullion items, etc£30-40
1076.   AN 1887 SPECIMEN SET.
Crown to 3d set (7) in original case marked Specimens 1887.£50-70
1077.   CASED VICTORIAN COINAGE.
Cased Double-Florin, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and 3d all dated 1887. 1953 Cased set, Canadian 1957 Silver Dollar etc.£40-60
1078.   AN ALBUM OF COINS.
George 111 1758 and 1787, Victorian 1868 and 1887 Shillings among other copper, part silver and cupro-nickle examples.£40-60
1079.   A QUANTITY OF COINAGE.
Bronze Paisas and foriegn 19/20thC issues, 1861 Thaler, Medallions etc.£90-120
1080.   A TFWM GROUP OF FIVE TO A LT COLONEL ASC.
British War Medal named to Lt Col L G Reading, Territorial Force War Medal in bronze named to Lt Col L G Reading ASC. 1935 Jubilee and 1937 Coronation medals. Special Constabulary G V named to Leonard Reading.
Lt Colonel Reading was a Birmingham Councillor and served in the Special Constabulary C1935.
Provenance from the family tells of his service in Ireland C1916, whilst in the N Midlands Territorial Brigade ASC. Promoted to Major in 1905. Possibly educated in Solihull (Grammar School), the family have a long history of service to and for Birmingham City. A copy of him attending the 1935 Special Constabulary Church Parade wearing four of his medals, with other old soldiers, is with the group. All medals mounted for wear including a corresponding set of miniatures. Whether he was entitled to a VD/TD and or a Defence medal is uncertain, at this time.
See Illustration£200-300
1081.   CASED MOON LANDING MEDALLIONS.
One with numbered certificate (Silver-Gilt) 2.1/2" diameter 133/500. Two others one made fine silver to commemorate 20th July 1969. A Silver-Gilt and a Silver Charles Dickens cased medallions 1.3/4" diameters. Various Coins including Crown pieces etc.£100-150
1082.   GREAT WAR DEATH PLAQUES TO THE BEATY-POWNALL FAMILY.
The first of the two plaques is named to Thomas Trelawny Beaty-Pownall, 2/Lt acting Captain KIA 24th March 1917 whilst attached to the 2nd Border Regt. The Son of Lt Col G A and Susan Beaty-Pownall.
The second plaque is named to George Ernest Beaty-Pownall. Lt Col aged 41 who died of wounds 10th October 1918, whilst attached 1st KOSB from the 2nd Border Regt.£100-150
1083.   MAUNDY COINS
Victorian Maundy Coinage 4d/3d/2d/1d all dated 1894.£60-80
1084.   CASED CROWNS.
Five cased QE11 Jubilee Crowns dated 1977. Cased Silver 3 Dinar 42mm coins (2) 1977 issues.£50-60
1085.   CASED SILVER INGOT.
Johnson-Matthey 100 grammes Silver Ingot 999 bullion numbered 506365.£30-40
1086.   VICTORIAN CROWNS etc.
Six Victorian Crowns various dates, Double Florins etc, all in worn condition.£50-70
1087.   USA SILVER DOLLAR etc.
1878 Silver Dollar, 1887 Shilling & Sixpence, 1896 Maundy penny, cased sporting medals etc.£40-60
1088.   PRE 1947 SILVER COINAGE £14 FACE VALUE.
Halfcrowns, Florins, Shillings, Sixpences etc, pre 1947 coinage.
£80-100
1089.   1935 CROWN PIECES.
Six 1935 GV Crowns, modern cupro-nickle Halfcrowns, etc.£40-60
1090.   A SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Sovereign dated 1903 'M' in ground.£120-130
1091.   A SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 Sovereign dated 1910 'S' in ground.£120-130
1092.   A SOVEREIGN.
QE11 issue dated 1958.£120-130
1093.   A HALF-SOVEREIGN.
An Edward V11 half-sovereign dated 1907.£50-60
1094.   A MILITARY CROSS MINIATURE GROUP OF TEN MEDALS.
MC/1914 Star & Bar Trio/GSM bar Iraq/France & Germany Star/Defence & War Medals/37 Coronation/L Du Honnuer. Mounted for wear (10)£40-60
1095.   GREAT WAR MEDALS.
Silver and Bronze Belgian chest worn medals of the Order of Leopold. 1914/15 Trio to Gnr T Bayley RFA, etc£40-60
1096.   W W 11 MEDALS.
Including 1939/45-Atlantic-Africa (1st Army Bar)-Italy-Burma-Pacific Stars, Defence & War medals.(8)£50-70
1097.   A CASED PROOF GOLD SET.
£2 ,Sovereign and Half-Sovereign Proof Gold Set dated 1986.
£350-400
1098.   COINAGE AND BANKNOTES.
A GB album of copper and part silver coinage, Halfcrowns, Florins etc. £10 and £5 banknotes and £5 cupro-nickel issues etc.£80-100
1099.   A WATERLOO MEDAL TO THE 95TH FOOT.
Named in the correct style to Alex McLennon.2nd Battn.95th Foot, with two asterix markings before and after the recipients name. Alex McLennon served in the 6th Company Kings Royal Rifle Corps. where he was wounded during the battle.
The ring is missing from the original suspender, the medal is nicely toned.
Gordons states that the 95th had 14 officers and 178 other ranks wounded during the battle, form a strength of 585 men. Also some 34 Killed in Action.
Sold with a related Watercolour portrait , assumed to be his son, dated 1850. Painted by Samuel Berry Godbold who exhibited between 1842 and 1875. A young officer in a yeomanry style red uniform, 14" x 18.5", in an ornate frame. Foxing to the portrait and some damage to the frame surround is evident.
See Illustration.£2000-3000
1100.   A TRIO AND PLAQUE TO AN E. LANCS OFFICER.
Named to Lieutenant G B Dickinson of the East Lancashire Regt on the 1914/15 Star, Lt G B Dickinson on the Bwm & Victory medals. Mounted on a bar for display purposes. The plaque named to George Bairnsfather Dickinson with E Lancs badge and date of death 3rd May 1915. Mounted on an ornately carved oak frame.
Lt G B Dickinson was a locally born man who was educated at Cheltenham College, the son of William Dickinson of Kingweston . Somerset. (Now part of Millfield School). Posted at first as missing the date of the 3rd May 1915 he was officially accepted as Killed in Action, on that date.
See his ancestor Alex McLennon and brother Lt Col H C Dickinsons medals in this sale.
See Illustration.£300-400
1101.   A TRIO AND PLAQUE TO A SOM LI/KAR OFFICER CASUALTY.
A 1914/15 Star named to Capt H C Dickinson Som L I. Bwm and Victory medals named to Lt Col H C Dickinson. Hugh Carey Dickinson was the brother of Lt G B Dickinson of Kingweston Somerset.
Also educated at Cheltenham then the RMC Sandhurst before joining the Somerset Light Infantry in August 1904. In September he set sail for India with his regiment not to return until 1908. After 3 years on home service he set sail for British East Africa, being seconded from his regiment to the Kings African Rifles. After home leave in 1913-14 he returned to duty when the great War broke out. Taking part in active operations in German East Africa, in 1917 raising an extra battalion of the Kings African Rifles with the rank of Lt Colonel.
He was wounded in the neck by a spiked bullet in July 1917, taking two months to recover from the severe injuries sustained. On the 22nd July 1918 he was reported missing after an action in Portuguese East Africa. Having twice been cut off and surrounded by the enemy, he had been forced to surrender to no other than Paul Emil Von Lettow himself, commanding six companies of troops. Lt Col Dickinson had only the one company to resist the overwhelming attack.
'The Germans treated me always with respect. The living was very hard. For two months I had only boiled Matama a native grain to eat. During the next four months Lt Col Dickinson marched some fourteen hundred miles under close guard. Determined to escape when possible, the opportunity did not arise before hostilities ceased. Von Lettow was undefeated by the british and was still fighting days after hostilities ended. Only upon being informed of the German Surrender, did he cease fighting.
After all this Lt Col Dickinson succumbed to Influenza in Dar-es-Salaam East Africa on December 18th 1918. His plaque named to Hugh Carey Dickinson is mounted on an ornate carved Oak frame, with SLI badge above and date of death below. Also a copy of the British Roll of Honour with Lt Col Dickinson's photograph and details contained therein.
See his ancestor Alex McLennon and brother Lt G B Dickinson's medals in this sale.
See Illustration.£400-500
1102.   A CASED MEDALLION.
Bronze issue Lord Kitchener 67mm diameter by J P Legastelois, in fitted Spink case. A German W W 1 Iron Cross second class.£30-40
1103.   CASED SILVER GILT MEDALLIONS.
In book issued with the set Churchill Centenary Medallions, the Trustees Presentation edition. 24 HM silver with gold overlay medallions depicting scenes from Winston Churchills life.
£200-250
1104.   THREE FRAMED MEDALLIONS.
Three framed bronze medallions. The largest approximately 60mm 'Felice M. Di San Tommaso and bust on the obverse.Speranza-Delle Patrie-Lettere-Delizie-Della Madre-Infelice-MDCCCXL111. The second is also European 40mm approx, Carolus Ludov Bourbonius and Maria Theresa Sabavda. MCCCXX, later busts on the reverse.This medallion celebrates the marriage in 1820 and their later life. The last again 40mm approx diameter, Victoria Regina obverse and The National Fisheries Exhibition of 1883 by Pinches. This is the bronze issue, also made in silver and gold.
£70-100
1105.   A TRIO TO THE WEST SOMERSET YEOMANRY.
Framed 1914/15 Trio named to 844 Pte H H Hurley of the West Somerset Yeomanry. Inset photograph of Hubert Hurley as a young Yeoman with his bandolier.£100-150
1106.   R.N.V.R GREAT WAR PAIRS.
Bwm & Victory Medals named to BZ 2109 Ord.R.G.Stone RNVR. Also a pair named to WZ 4219 F Le G Edwards O.Tel RNVR£60-80
1107.   AN ARMY CYCLISTS CORPS CASUALTY GROUP.
1914/15 Trio with Plaque and Scroll in a contemporary frame. Corporal William McKay of the Army Cyclists Corps was Killed in Action aged 41 on the second day of the Battle of Loos 26/09/1915. Husband of Margaret Harnill McKay of 224 Gilbert Hill, Swinton, Ballieston, Glasgow. A soldier in the 15th Division Army Cyclists Coy, commemorated on panel 135 of the Loos Memorial. £250-350
1108.   A SIX MEDAL GROUP TO GP CAPTAIN T KING CBE.
India General Service bar 1936-37 named to F.Officer T King. 1939/45 and Burma Stars, War Medal, GSM bar Malaya (QE11) issue, named to Gp Capt T King RAF. QE11 Coraonation medal, the six mounted for wear. Entitled to a CBE which is not with the group, Gp Captain Kings award document for the Coronation medal is included also miniature medal group of seven mounted for wear headed by a CBE.£300-400
1109.   AN RAF GROUP TO GP CAPTAIN T KING RAF. (CBE)An India General Service Medal named to F Officer T King RAF with bar NWF 1936-37. 1939/45 and Burma Stars, War Medal and QE11 GSM bar Malaya named to Gp Captain T King. 1953 Coronation medal with award document to Gp Capt T King. Miniature set of medals with a CBE at the front. (Gp Capt Kings CBE is not with the group). Both sets are mounted for wear. With the group is a superb photograph album of RAF life after WW11 in such places as Singapore. With the RAF emblem on the hardbound cover, menus and other ephemera are included. Another similar volume with sparse content again of Gp Captain Kings service life.£500-700
1110.   A 1914/15 TRIO R.E/RAF.
Named to 562208 Spr H J Pearce R.Eng. MIC shows trio issued and transfer to the Royal Air Force No 319915.£50-70
1111.   BASE METAL ROMAN COINS.
21 various base metal issues including Constantine etc.£50-70
1112.   A GOLD STATER (LION OF PANTICAPAEUM)
A contemporary copy of the coin in the British Museum (Black Sea 859) and the Prinkipo Hoard IGCH-1239. At least a very good copy, at best of unknown earlier origins. A coin that was given to the present owners father, shortly after the 39/45 War. £200-300
1113.   THE ORDERS OF WILLIAM NORMAN DOLEY OBE.
Cased OBE (Civil), Chevalier de L'Ordre de Leopold with certificate of award.(1947). Order of the Crown (Belgian) 1953 with award document. another Knights award of the Order of Leopold. Cased OBE and a set of miniatures including a Great War trio ("Lt North Staffs-Commission Document with 1917 date). Long Service cased lapel badge, framed Military Portrait and later Civilian posed photograph C1950's. Served many years as the Chamber of Commerce representative in Belgium.£250-300
1114.   CROWNS AND OTHER COINAGE.
Georgian and Victorian Crowns, Halfcrowns, Florins and Shilling pieces etc. Other modern coinage, Sixpences, copper and gilded coins.£100-150
1115.   SILVER MEDALLIONS.
Kings and Queens of England since Elizabeth 1, 18 in total£150-180
1116.   A 21st LONDON REGT GROUP OF FOUR.
Bwm and Victory medals named to 654321 Pte C C Bellingham 21st Lond Regt. Also W W 11 Defence and War medals, unamed as issued.£40-50
1117.   A GEORGE V WREATH CROWN.
A 'Wreath' Crown dated 1932 on the reverse.£100-120
1118.   COIN COLLECTORS OAK CHEST.
Sturdy oak chest with 14 drawers with some mixed 19th/20thC common coins. 23" long by 8.75" wide by 10" deep. Late Victorian or Edwardian in style.£50-80
1119.   A HALF-SOVEREIGN.
A GV Half-Sovereign dated 1911. Also GV coinage 2/6d-2/-1/-6d-3d and copper lustre coinage etc£70-100
1120.   A BRONZE BRITISH WAR MEDAL S. AFRICAN ISSUE.
Named to S.Kutl.OA NO. S.A.N.Labour Corps.£50-70
1121.   A GT WAR ESSEX REGT CASUALTY PAIR.
Named to 24596 Pte W A Haywood KIA 15/10/1916 aged 22.£40-60
1122.   A MEMORIAL PLAQUE.
Named to Edward Bysh, who died 18/11/1916. 7th Battn R West Surreys.
£50-70
1123.   AN RAF W W 11 MEDAL GROUP.
1939/45 and Africa Star with N A 1942-43 bar, Defence and War medals. The RAF slip confirming his awards signed by W Cmmr R Crabien. Issued to 912951 Cpl P J A Stenning of !5 Miles Road. Epsom. Surrey.
1124.   SILVER WOUND BADGES 1914-18.
(9) including badge No 28028 to Pte A W Peppin Somerset LI, also eight further numbered badges.£50-80
1125.   A WW11 ROYAL NAVAL OFFICER CASUALTY GROUP.
1939/45 and Atlantic Stars, Defence and War Medals. A large silver China Fleet Rifle Meeting 1932 named to Lt Commr R H Cowan, lost on HMS Wasp 22/05/1942, aged 42. He also served in the 1914-18 war.£50-70
1126.   WW11 MEDALS.
Including those awarded to a husband and wife (ATS), also C T Wade RAC 1939/45 and Africa Stars (8th army clasp), Defence and War medals etc.£40-60
1127.   NAVAL EPHEMERA AND MEDALS.
Naval Discharge Certificate, (30) certificates made out to Lt Commr H W Wright. Together with Naval shoulder boards and cloth badges etc. A Bwm named to Lt F G C Saunders.£40-60
1128.   IMPERIAL SERVICE AND WW11 MEDALS.
Imperial Service Medals to different recipients, Defence and a Sporting Medal to a W Riding soldier KIA 1917. A miniature Gt War plaque. Certificates and Badges including Registered War Badges, RMLI and RNAS Armoured Cars etc.£60-100
1129.   A WILLIAM 111 HALF-GUINEA.
Dated 1698 with right facing bust, crowned cruciform sheilds reverse with later harp.£200-300
1130.   A WILLIAM 111 HALFCROWN.
Dated 1701 with Tertio in the edge lettering, modified large shield reverse.£100-150
1132.   A CHARLES 1st GOLD UNITE.
Tower mint with 1st Bust obverse, flatter single-arched crown. Lightly scratched X under the XX, behind the bust.£600-800
1133.   A COMMONWEALTH HALFGROAT ALSO A PENNY.
Both undated with value mark above the sheilds.£30-40
1134.   AN Album of Silver Winston Churchill Centenary Medallions.£150-200
1135.   A QUANTITY OF COINAGE.
Victorian Crowns of 1897 LX1 and 1899 LX11, USA Silver Dollars of 1886 (S) and 1921. Peace Dollar 1923, other European coinage etc.£60-100
1136.   A CHARLES 1 SILVER MEDALLION.
A 40mm diameter Return of Charles 1 to London 1633 medallion. Riding a horse with a baton in hand, obverse reads. Carolvs Avgvstiss' et Invictiss'. Mag', Brit. Fran'.et Hib. Monarcha. The reverse shows a view of London from the south bank of the Thames, with radiate sun above. : E: Sol Orbem Rediens Sic Rex Illvminat Vrebm.£60-100
1137.   Great War and WW11 Medals.£50-70
1170.   SILK CIGARETTE CARDS
made by B.D.V cigarettes, and including national flags and part of the ceramic art series. £40-60
1171.   FOUR POSTCARD ALBUMS
containing theatrical cards and actresses, Bristol, Winscombe, Lynton etc. Also including a number of Hunting postcards.
£100-150
1172.   POSTCARD ALBUM - FOREIGN & GB
including continental cards from Switzerland, Germany, and France, mostly early 20th century. Also with some GB cards including a number of Scottish postcards.£50-80
1173.   POSTCARD ALBUM - JAPAN & NEW YORK
an interesting album including Japan, scenes of Yokohama, Tokyo etc. Also with some postcards of Singapore, Bermuda etc, and a number of interesting postcards of New York.£50-80
1174.   POSTCARD ALBUM - ANIMALS
including postcards of Dogs, Cats and Horses. Also with some Swiss postcards, loose postcards etc.£40-60
1175.   POSTCARD ALBUM - SWITZERLAND
a large album mostly with Swiss scenes, and a variety of other cards.£50-80
1176.   POSTCARD ALBUM AND EPHEMERA
various GB postcards including Witham, Buckingham, Birmingham etc. Also with Anchor Line Shipping memorabilia, including Passenger List, menu cards etc.£150-200
1177.   POSTCARD ALBUM
containing views of Branscombe, Torquay, Teignmouth, Dawlish, Hastings, and many more. Early 20th century.£80-120
1178.   POSTCARD ALBUM
early 20thc album, containing views of Hampstead, Windsor, Douglas, Clovelly, Bristol, Wareham, and many more. Also including shipping postcards, and Tottenham Hotspur 1909/1910.£60-100
1179.   POSTCARD ALBUM - IRELAND
circa 1910 and including various Irish postcards, Portrush, Co Antrim, Dublin, Belfast etc. Also including Indian postcards, English, and continental cards.£60-100
1180.   POSTCARD ALBUM - IRELAND & GIBRALTAR
circa 1910 and including Irish postcards, Londonderry, Belfast, Portrush etc. Also including Italian postcards, France, and other European cards, and a number of Gibraltar cards.£100-200
1181.   POSTCARD ALBUM - MCGILL
including a number of cards by McGill, Bruce Bairnsfather 'Old Bill' cards, and a number of WW1 postcards.£60-100
1182.   POSTCARD ALBUM - MCGILL
including a number of cards by McGill, European cards etc. Also with a large quantity of loose postcards.£60-100
1183.   SHIPPING POSTCARDS
circa 1920's and including SS Australia, HMT Kaiser-I-Hind, Vectis etc. Also with shipping brochures, programmes etc.£40-60
1184.   TWO POSTCARD ALBUMS
including Newcastle, Holy Island, Alnmouth, Whitby, Aberdeen, Plymouth etc. Also with some comical cards.£50-70
1185.   A LARGE QUANTITY OF GB POSTCARDS
including Dartmoor, Bristol, Castle Combe, Cathedrals etc.£50-80
1186.   GB AND OTHER POSTCARDS
including Broadstairs, Ramsgate and other seaside resorts, foreign postcards etc.£60-100
1187.   POSTCARD ALBUM
large album containing Golly cards, Mabel Lucie Attwell, Franco-British Exhibition, Bristol Zoo, Aeroplanes and Boats, and assorted GB cards.£100-200
1188.   POSTCARD ALBUM - ST IVES
including a large quantity of St Ives postcards, and mostly Cornish cards. Also including, Penzance, Truro etc, and postcards on Churches etc.£60-100
1189.   POSTCARD ALBUM - REIGATE
GB content including mostly Reigate local scenes, Military processions etc. Also with other local cards. £50-70
1190.   POSTCARD ALBUM - JAPAN
mostly containing foreign cards from the turn of the century. Including, Japan, China, Sri Lanka, South Africa etc.£50-80
1190A.  QTY OF GB AND FOREIGN POSTCARDS
including Lydford Gorge, Poole, Sandbanks, Swanage etc.£40-60
1191.   POSTCARD ALBUMS
including some Irish postcards, GB seaside postcards, Northwich Subsidence, Blackburn Mills, Cornwall etc.£80-120
1192.   POSTCARD ALBUM
including Weston-Super-Mare, various cards from the South West, Brighton etc.£60-100
1193.   POSTCARD ALBUMS
three albums including various places, Clifton Suspension Bridge, Puritan, Tetbury and other parts of the country. Also some postcards of India, and various loose cards.£80-120
1194.   A STAMP COLLECTION.
A collection of Stamps including many Penny Reds. Mint GB and Foreign part sheets, Royal Wedding issues etc £200-300
1195.   POSTCARDS AND SILK CARDS
including an album of WW1 silk cards, a large quantity of French WW1 postcards of ruins, battle scenes etc. Also some cigarette cards.£100-150
1196.   A LARGE STAMP COLLECTION.
34 Albums/Books of Stamps from Victoria to QE11 issues, in used and many unused examples. Commonwealth and Empire are well laid out particularly Australia and New Zealand. High values of QE11 are mint unmounted and events in the Queens reign, weddings , jubilee etc are well represented.£600-800
1197.   INDIAN POSTCARD ALBUM
a fascinating album containing mainly coloured postcards of India. Mostly of places such as Dagshai, Jubbulpore, Simla, etc, and also some postcards of Indian people. Also with some photographs of India.£100-200
1198.   VICTORIAN SCRAP ALBUM
the album in a superb leather binding. Containing watercolours of flowers, poems, engravings and prints, Christmas cards, and various other scraps.£80-120
1199.   POSTCARD ALBUM- LOUIS WAIN
a wonderful postcard album including postcards by Louis Wain, McGill, Lawson Wood, Tom Browne, memorial cards and Christmas cards. Also with a large quantity of loose postcards.£200-300
1200.   MATCHBOX SUPERFAST MODELS
model numbers 1-10, and an additional model 9 AMX Javelin. All boxed, circa 1970's.£30-50
1201.   MATCHBOX SUPERFAST MODELS
model numbers, 10,11,12,13,14,15,16,18 (two both Hondarora),19 and 20. All boxed, circa 1970's.£30-50
1202.   MATCHBOX SUPERFAST MODELS
model numbers 21-30, including two model 25 and two model 26. All boxed, circa 1970's.£30-50
1203.   MATCHBOX SUPERFAST MODELS
model numbers 31-40, including three model 31's, two model 32's, two model 33's, two model 34's, and two model 40's. All boxed, circa 1970's.£30-50
1204.   MATCHBOX SUPERFAST MODELS
model numbers 41-50, including two model 41's, two model 44's, and two model 50's. All boxed, circa 1970's.£30-50
1205.   MATCHBOX SUPERFAST MODELS
model numbers 51-60, including two model 51's, 53's, 57's, 59's, and four model 54's. All boxed, circa 1970's.£30-50
1206.   MATCHBOX SUPERFAST MODELS
various models ranging from 61 through to 75 with only 63 missing, and some duplications. All boxed, circa 1970's.£30-50
1207.   MATCHBOX RACE TRACK SET - G4
in a boxed set with six race cars and four other vehicles, and with Grand Prix Race Track, R4 series.
£20-30
1208.   VARIOUS MATCHBOX BOXED ITEMS
including bubble wrapped Superfast models, bubble wrapped Superkings models, and boxed Fighting Furies model etc.£30-50
1209.   VARIOUS BOXED AND UNBOXED MODEL VEHICLES
including a boxed G7 Models of Yesteryear Set, Concorde Matchbox model, Veteran Car Gifts by Lesney, and various other items.£20-30
1210.   VARIOUS BOXED MATCHBOX ITEMS
including Rusty a pull along toy, Fighting Furies model, Magnetic games, Abba clothing, Mary Quant dress etc.£20-30
1211.   VARIOUS MATCHBOX CATALOGUES
assorted catalogues from the 1970's and 1980's, and a book on Lesney Matchbox 1-75 Series Diecasts by Maurice Hammond.£10-20
1212.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATION - ROY HUXLEY
an original gouache illustration of a PK-30 Provost Aeroplane. Painted by Roy Huxley as a design for the packaging of Matchbox Airfix. 15ins (38cms) by 9 3/4ins (25cms)£60-100
1213.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATION - ROY HUXLEY
an original gouache illustration of a Jaguar SS-100. Painted by Roy Huxley for the packaging of Matchbox. 17 1/2ins (44cms) by 11ins (28cms)£60-100
1214.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATION OF JOHN SURTEES - ROY HUXLEY
an original gouache illustration of the Matchbox Racing Car, driven by John Surtees. Painted by Roy Huxley, as a design for Matchbox. 17 1/4ins (44cms) by 11ins (28cms)
* Between 1972-74, Matchbox Toys were a major sponsor of Formula 1, racing their own team ' Team Matchbox'. £60-100
1215.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS - DEREK A STOWE
original gouache illustrations of Models of Yesteryear, all painted by Derek A Stowe. Models include, Y16, Y13, Y14, Y12, Y11, Y8, Y7, Y9, Y6, Y3, Y4, and Y1. 16 illustrations in total, seven of which are signed.£60-100
1216.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL BLISTER CARDS DESIGNS - SUPERFAST MODELS
original designs for Matchbox packaging, from the Superfast models. Including model 42 Iron Fairy Crane, model 62 Mercury Cougar, model 13 Wreck Truck, and seven other designs.£40-60
1217.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL BLISTER CARDS DESIGNS - SUPERFAST MODELS
original designs for Matchbox packaging, for the Superfast models. Including model 20 Lamborghini, model 21 Foden Truck, model 22 Pontiac, and seven other designs.£40-60
1218.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL BLISTER CARDS DESIGNS - SUPERFAST MODELS
original designs for Matchbox packaging, for the Superfast models. Including model 18 Field Car, model 16 Bull Dozer, 17 Horse Box, and seven other designs.£40-60
1219.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL BLISTER CARDS DESIGNS - SUPERFAST MODELS
original designs for Matchbox packaging, for the Superfast models. Including, model 72 Jeep, 71 Ford Truck, model 70 Grit Spreader, and seven other designs.£40-60
1220.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL BLISTER CARDS DESIGNS - SUPERFAST MODELS
original designs for Matchbox packaging, for the Superfast models. Including model 35 Fire Engine, 34 Volkswagen, 33 Lamborghini, and seven other designs.£40-60
1221.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL BLISTER CARD DESIGNS - SUPERFAST MODELS
original designs for Matchbox packaging, for the Superfast models. Including model 51 Tipper, model 52 BRM Car, 54 Cadillac, and seven other designs. £40-60
1222.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL BLISTER CARD DESIGNS - SUPERFAST MODELS
original designs for Matchbox packaging, for the Superfast models. Including model 69 Rolls Royce, 57 Eccles Caravan, 69 Tractor Shovel, and eight other designs.£40-60
1223.   MATCHBOX ORIGINAL DESIGNS - SUPERFAST MODELS
four large original designs for packaging, showing colours, measurements etc. Including model 12 Freightline, model 23 Volkswagen Camper, 35 Fire Engine, and model 16 Case Bulldozer.£30-50
1224.   A LARGE QUANTITY OF ORIGINAL MATCHBOX DESIGNS
designs from Models of Yesteryear packaging, the large designs showing box layout, colours, dimensions etc. Also with two Superkings designs.£40-60
1225.   A QUANTITY OF MATCHBOX PHOTOGRAPHS
including exterior and interior photographs of the factory, production line etc.£30-50
1226.   THREE ORIGINAL MATCHBOX ILLUSTRATIONS
the three painted in gouache and all framed. They include the Hawker Fury aeroplane, Cobra helicopter, and Stukemaster aeroplane. All of which became Matchbox kits. 14 1/2ins (37cms) across£60-100
1227.   THREE ORIGINAL MATCHBOX ILLUSTRATIONS
all painted in gouache, and all framed. They include, Focke-Wolf aeroplane, Zero's from the carrier Akagi attacking Pearl Harbour, and Lysanders attacking a German motorised unit. 14 1/2ins (37cms) across£60-100
1228.   THREE ORIGINAL MATCHBOX ILLUSTRATIONS
all painted in gouache, and all framed. They include, Alpha Jet, Spitfire MK9, and Boeing P12E. 14 1/2ins (37cms) across£60-100
1229.   MATCHBOX MAJOR PACKS SERIES
including M5 59, Massey Ferguson Combine Harvester with red body and yellow blades. With M3 59, Tank Transporter in military green. Both in boxes.£40-60
1230.   MATCHBOX SERIES
eight in total including, No 1 Diesel Road Roller, No 44 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud, No 65 Jaguar, No 13 Wreck Truck, No 14 Ambulance, No 8 Caterpillar Tractor, No 20 Stake Truck, and No 16 Transporter Trailer. All in boxes.£100-200
1231.   MATCHBOX SERIES
nine in total including No 11 Road Tanker, No 17 Bedford Removal Van, No 26 Cement Mixer, No 12 Land Rover, No 22 Vauxhall Cresta, No 28 Compresser Truck, No 11 Petrol Tanker, No 4 Massey Harris Tractor, and No 40 Bedford Tipper. All in boxes.
£100-200
1232.   MATCHBOX SERIES ITEMS
including No 19 MG, and No 15 diamond mover, both in boxes. Also with a quantity of loose Matchbox vehicles and empty Matchbox boxes. Loose vehicles include Bedford Luxury Coach No 21, and sand and gravel supplies No 4 etc.£50-80
1233.   LARGE QUANTITY OF BRITAINS SOLDIERS
including WW1 period figures, some with guns etc. Also with a variety of other military figures, some marked Britains and some unmarked.£80-120
1234.   DINKY AND OTHER MODEL VEHICLES
including a Schuco wind up car, a Minic racing car, and a variety of other vehicles all unboxed. Also with model police boxes, figures etc.£40-60
1235.   BRITAINS AND DINKY TOYS
including a Britains military motorcycle with machine gun, and a two person tank. Also with some dinky vehicles including, LMS Express Parcels Truck, and a variety of military vehicles (all unboxed).£40-60
1236.   DINKY AEROPLANES
including Empire Flying Boat and a variety of others. Also with model boats and various figures, some marked J O Hill & Co.£40-60
1237.   LIONEL CORPORATION 0 GUAGE LOCOMOTIVE -NEW YORK
including a locomotive (lionel 252), and three coaches. Also with a battery transformer, railroad crossing sign and track, and some original boxes. Marked, The Lionel Corporation New York, for 0 guage track.
*The Lionel Corporation was an American toy manufacturer and retailer between 1900-1993. They specialised in a variety of products but were best known for toy trains and model railroads. £100-150
1238.   HORNBY DUBLO ELECTRIC TRAIN SET
model EDP15 Passenger Train 'Silver King', in original box. Also with various Railway items including Hornby Dublo switch points, track etc.£50-70
1239.   DINKY TOYS 771 INTERNATIONAL ROAD SIGNS
complete with twelve road signs, and in it's original box.£30-50
1240.   SCHUCO MECHANICAL DOG
the wind up mechanism operating the front paws. Also with some Japanese tin plate toys, Schuco style monkey, tin plate letter box, and various other items. £30-50
1241.   SCHUCO AND DINKY TOYS
including a Schuco and DRP clockwork cars, various Dinky racing cars, Dinky aeroplanes etc.£80-120
1242.   BRITAINS AND ELASTOLIN MILITARY FIGURES
a large quantity of lead Military figures, some marked Britains and others unmarked. Also with some Elastolin German Military figures.£80-120
1243.   LEAD FARM ANIMALS
various animals and Human figures, farm carts and model buildings etc. Some marked Britains, the majority unmarked.£40-60
1244.   CHAD VALLEY DWARFS - DISNEY
three soft toy Dwarfs from the Disney originals, all marked with stitch on labels. Also with a Norah Wellings Admiral and a large quantity of other soft toys.£40-60
1245.   EARLY GAMES AND PLAYING CARDS
including games by Jaques and Chad Valley, Draughts and Dimonoes, assorted playing cards, building blocks etc. Also marbles and various toys.£40-60
1246.   WRENN OO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - ROYAL SCOT
catalogue number W2260, in Maroon and in it's original box with instruction manual.£80-120
1247.   WRENN OO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - MALLARD
catalogue number W2211, model number 60022, in it's original box with instruction manual.£50-70
1248.   WRENN OO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - KING GEORGE VI
catalogue number W2302, in Maroon, in it's original box and instruction manual.£150-200
1249.   WRENN OO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - WD GREY
catalogue number W2281 from the 2-8-0 class, in it's original box and instruction manual.£150-250
1250.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - SIR NIGEL GRESLEY
catalogue number W2212 in blue, in it's original box and instruction manual.£50-80
1251.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - LAMPORT & HOLT
catalogue number W2267 in Blue, in it's original box and instruction manual.£100-150
1252.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - CITY OF WELLS
catalogue number W2266A in green, in it's original box and instruction manual.£100-150
1253.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - LMS MAROON
catalogue number W2272, in it's original box and instruction manual.£100-150
1254.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - BARNSTABLE
catalogue number W2235 in green, in it's original box and instruction manual.£60-100
1255.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - ROYAL AIR FORCE
catalogue number W2273 Royal Scot, in it's original box and instruction manual.£100-150
1256.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - LYME REGIS
catalogue number W2237 in green, in it's original box and instruction manual.£60-100
1257.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - BR GOODS
catalogue number W2224, model number 48073, in it's original box and instruction manual.£40-60
1258.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - CITY OF LONDON
catalogue number W2226 in Maroon, in it's original box and instruction manual.£50-70
1259.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - PLYMOUTH
catalogue number W2266, model number 21C103, in it's original box and instruction manual.£100-150
1260.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - CARDIFF CASTLE
catalogue number W2221 in green, in it's original box and instruction manual.£50-70
1261.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - CITY OF GLASGOW
catalogue number W2229, in it's original box and instruction manual.£50-70
1262.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - TANK
catalogue number W2218, in it's original box and instruction manual.£50-70
1263.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - CITY OF BIRMINGHAM
catalogue number W2228, in it's original box and instruction manual.£60-100
1264.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - QUEEN ELIZABETH
catalogue number W2301, in it's original box and instruction manual.£150-200
1265.   WRENN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE - CLAN LINE
catalogue number W2235S in blue, in it's original box and instruction manual.£60-100
1266.   OO GUAGE LOCOMOTIVE - A H PEPPERCORN
a locomotive and tender LNER 525, boxed.£50-80
1267.   HORNBY 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
including Lord Rathmore R.308, Flying Scotsman R.078, and Fowler Locomotive R 2066. All in original packaging.£50-80
1268.   HORNBY 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
including, Cameronian R2103, 6113 Locomotive R2098, and Class QI C8 R2343. All in original packaging.£50-80
1269.   HORNBY 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
including, Princess Elizabeth R2426, Evening Star R2187, and Class 9F Loco R2105C. All in original packaging.£50-80
1270.   HORNBY 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
including, Clive of India R2180, King George 11 R303, and Black Five Loco R840. All in original packaging.£50-80
1271.   HORNBY 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
including, Princess Elizabeth R2215 Limited edition of 5000, and King George V R737. Both in original packaging.£50-70
1272.   HORNBY 00 GAUGE
mixed lot including a Hymek Diesel Loco R074, Hagley Hall Loco R313, Pannier Tank R041, and various other items.£50-70
1273.   FLEISCHMANN HO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
seven in total including model numbers, 4170, 4165, 4103, 4130, 4087, 4235, and 4177. All in it's original packaging. £100-200
1274.   GRAHAM FARISH BY BACHMANN LOCOMOTIVES
three model locomotives, Duchess of Abercorn 372176, Duchess of Hamilton 372-178, and Musketeer 371-401. All in original packaging.£60-100
1275.   LILIPUT H0 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
six in total including, Western Green Crusader, Western Viscount etc. All in original packaging.£60-100
1276.   BACHMANN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
four models including, Morecombe & Heysham 31-202, Gresley V2 class, and two others. All in original packaging.£80-120
1277.   BACHMANN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
four models including, Sir Walter Raleigh 31-405, Queens Westminster Rifleman 31-227, and two other models. All in original packaging.£80-120
1278.   BACHMANN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
four models including, W P Allen 32-554, Late Crest 32-576, and two other models. All in original packaging.£80-120
1279.   BACHMANN 00 GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES
four models including, Aberdonian 32-551, Austerity 32-252, and two other models. All in original packaging.£80-120
1280.   VARIOUS LOCOMOTIVES
including Hornby Silver Fox R099, Hornby County of Somerset 1004, Bachmann, Fleischmann etc.£50-100
1281.   BACHMANN BOXED LOCOMOTIVES
both in fitted wooden boxes, Sir Guy Williams model 104 of 2000 produced, and Tornado model 916 of 1000 produced. Both with certificates.£50-80
1282.   MODEL LOCOMOTIVE - DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND
a lovely scratch built model, model number 6233. Comprising a locomotive and tender, and in a wooden box. Locomotive 14ins (36cms) long£80-120
1283.   HORNBY MODEL LOCOMOTIVES
two models of The Princess Elizabeth and Duchess of Buccleuch, both by Hornby. Also with a model by Fleicshmann. All in perspex cases.£50-80
1284.   DINKY TOYS
two boxed examples of the 10 Ton Army Truck, model 622. One in slightly better condition than the other. Also with a boxed 689 Medium Artillery Tractor. £60-100
1285.   DINKY TOYS
three boxed examples, 688 Field Artillery Tractor, 674 Austin Champ, and 814 AML Panhard. £60-100
1286.   DINKY TOYS
two boxed examples, 676 Armoured Personnel Carrier, and 670 Armoured Car.£40-60
1287.   DINKY TOYS
including a boxed 692 Medium Gun, and various loose examples of model 692.£30-50
1288.   A QTY OF DINKY TOYS
all Military related, including field guns, military cars etc. All unboxed.£50-70
1289.   DINKY TOYS
all Military related, including trucks and first aid truck. All unboxed.£50-70
1290.   DINKY TOYS
all Miltary tanks, various models. All unboxed.£50-70
1291.   TRIANG ELECTRIC TRAIN SET
OO Guage, R3.E model railway set. In original box, just missing track.£40-60
1292.   HORNBY OO BOXED MODELS
various boxed examples including, R.072 BR Class green diesel, R.857 Class 2 Locomotive, R.759 Locomotive with tender etc.£50-70
1293.   COLLECTION OF UNBOXED MODEL VEHICLES
mostly 1960's/70's, and including Dinky, Corgi, Britains etc. In varying states of condition.£60-100
1294.   HORNBY 00 GUAGE
qty of track and switches etc, also transformers including Hornby No 1.£30-50
1295.   HORNBY 00 GUAGE LOCOMOTIVES
3 boxed locomotives, EDL1 Sir Nigel Gresley, EDL7 Tank Loco GWR, and EDL17 Tender Loco.£60-100
1296.   HORNBY 00 GUAGE WAGONS
including boxed and unboxed examples, including Cattle Truck etc.£50-80
1297.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL
The Dream Baby, with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Also with a cloth doll. Impressed marks, AM, Germany, 351/3R. 13ins (33cms) high£40-60
1298.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted brown eyes and an open mouth. Impressed marks, AM, 390, DRGM 246, 11. 23ins (58cms) high£60-100
1299.   BAHR & PROSCHILD BISQUE HEAD DOLL
the shoulder head with weighted blue eyes, and open mouth with teeth. On a jointed kid body with composition limbs. Impressed marks, 309,9. 21ins (53cms) high£80-120
1300.   SIMON & HALBIG FOR KAMMER & REINHARDT
the bisque head doll with weighted blue eyes, open mouth with teeth, and pierced ears. Body disconnected, also with a damaged bisque head doll. Impressed marks, Simon & Halbig, K & R, 73. 27ins (69cms) high£80-120
1300A.  LATENER FRENCH DOLL
fully jointed body, with weighted blue eyes, open mouth, and pierced ears. Marked, Latener, France, 8. 21ins (53cms) high£100-150
1301.   A QTY OF ANTIQUE DOLLS CLOTHING
including dresses, petticoats, and various other clothing.£40-60
1302.   CHILTON WINTER SKATER TEDDY BEAR
a very large Teddy Bear made by Chilton, almost certainly for a shop display. Dressed for cold weather with a hooded jacket and muffler, circa 1930's. Label stitched into the foot, Chilton Toys, Anurge Pets, Institute of Hygiene in red writing on a white label. 27ins (68cms) high
*For similar example see Collecting Teddy Bears and Dolls by Alison Beckett, page 58.£400-600
1303.   UNUSUAL BLACK BISQUE HEAD DOLL
with moulded hair, fixed brown eyes, open mouth with painted lips, and composition limbs. Unmarked.£150-200
1304.   ARMAND MARSEILLE BISQUE HEAD DOLL - 341
dream baby, with fixed blue eyes and painted mouth. Impressed marks, AM, Germany 341. 20ins (51cms) high£80-120
1305.   SIMON & HALBIG FOR KAMMER & REINHARDT DOLL
with fixed brown eyes, open mouth and pierced ears. Impressed marks, Halbig, KR and star symbol. 21ins (53cms) high£150-200
1305A.  19THC BLACK CLOTH DOLL
an unusual doll, with glass eyes and finger nails, in original shoes and clothing. 18ins (46cms) high£100-150
1306.   ARMAND MARSEILLE BISQUE HEAD DOLL - 390
with weighted brown eyes, open mouth with teeth, and composition limbs. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 390, 6. 20ins (51cms) high£100-150
1307.   HEUBACH BISQUE HEAD GOOGLY EYED DOLL
a modern doll, with googly eyes and painted mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach, Germany, 7, Antie 78. 12ins (30cms) high£80-120
1308.   SIMON & HALBIG BISQUE HEAD DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. The hair has been cut and the body is not articulated. Impressed marks, Simon & Halbig, Germany, 132.£80-120
1309.   WALKIE TALKIE DOLL
circa 1940's, as the elongated legs move the head rotates and eyes flutter. Shoes marked, Cinderella No 3. 23ins (58cms) high£40-60
1309A.  ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL
The Dream Baby, with weighted eyes and open mouth. Also with some additional dolls clothing. Impressed marks, AM, Germany, 351/7.K. 22ins (56cms) high£50-70
1310.   ADOLF WISLIZENUS DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, AW Special, Germany. 23ins (58cms) high£60-100
1311.   A SHOP AUTOMATON
of a mother dog and three puppies, all with nodding heads. Operated by electricity. 28ins (71cms) high£150-200
1312.   ANTIQUE TEDDY BEAR - 1910
circa 1910 and possibly by Bing, with black boot buttons eyes and elongated arms. With a swival head and limbs. 21ins (53cms) high£200-300
1313.   KAMMER & REINHARDT KAISER BABY CHARACTER DOLL
with painted facial features, and bent limbs that can be placed in a crawling position. Impressed marks, K & R, 36. 14ins (36cms) high£200-300
1314.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 370
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth, on a kid body. Some damage to the neck. Impressed marks, 370 AM-2-DEP. 21ins (53cms) high£50-80
1315.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Made in Germany, Armand Marseiile, 390, 7 1/2. 23ins (58cms) high. £80-120
1316.   ADOLF WISLIZENUS BISQUE HEAD DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, A W W. 23ins (58cms) high£80-120
1317.   SIMON & HALBIG DOLL - 121
with weighted brown eyes, open mouth, and dimpled cheeks. Impressed marks, Simon & Halbig, 121, 50. 22ins (56cms) high£100-200
1318.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseiile, 390, 6. 22ins (56cms) high£80-120
1319.   SIMON & HALBIG FOR KAMMER & REINHARDT
with fixed blue eyes, open mouth and pierced ears. Impressed marks, Simon & Halbig, KR, 53. 18ins (46cms) high£80-120
1320.   ALT BECK & GOTTSCHALCK DOLL - SWEET NELL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth, and pierced ears. Impressed marks, AB monogram, 1362, Made in Germany, 2 1/2. 22ins (56cms) high£80-120
1321.   SCHOENAU & HOFFMEISTER DOLL
with fixed blue eyes and open mouth. Some damage to the head. Impressed marks, SH PB, 1900, 3 1/2. 19ins (48cms) high£60-100
1322.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
the small doll with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 320.11, Germany. 10ins (25cms) high£40-60
1323.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 351
the dream baby, with fixed blue eyes and open mouth. Also with a smaller example, again with fixed blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, AM Germany, 351.4.K. 16ins (40cms) high£60-100
1324.   WAX SHOULDER HEAD DOLL
the poured wax doll with wax head and shoulders, and wax limbs. With glass eyes and painted mouth. 16 1/2ins (42cms) high£80-120
1325.   WAX SLIT HEAD DOLL
with wax head and shoulders, and wax limbs. With glass eyes and painted mouth. 18ins (46cms) high
£60-100
1326.   WAX SHOULDER HEAD DOLL
with wax head and shoulders, and wax limbs. With glass eyes and closed mouth. 17ins (43cms) high£60-100
1327.   WAX SLIT HEAD DOLL
with a wax head and shoulders, and wax limbs. With glass eyes and painted mouth. 21ins (53cms) high£100-200
1327A.  HERTEL SCHWAB & CO GOOGLY EYED DOLL
with googly blue eyes operated by a wire mechanism, painted mouth and composition limbs. Impressed marks, 173.4. 13ins (33cms) high£400-600
1328.   THREE WAX HEAD DOLLS
all with glass eyes and painted mouths, one badly damaged. Largest 16ins (40cms) high£60-100
1329.   VARIOUS DOLLS
including a German bisque head doll, wax doll, and various others. German doll 12ins (30cms) high£50-100
1330.   VARIOUS DOLLS
including various small china head dolls, 19thc miniature wooden doll, and various others.£50-100
1331.   LARGE FELIX THE CAT SOFT TOY - 1930'S
early soft toy with swivel head, and elongated limbs and tail. Circa early 1930's. 21ins (53cms) high£300-400
1332.   MICKEY MOUSE SOFT TOY - 1930'S
an early Mickey Mouse figure, probably made in the early 1930's. Made in velvet, with stitched on shorts and boots. 9ins (23cms) high£50-100
1332A.  KAMMER & REINHARDT MINIATURE DOLL
with blue eyes and painted mouth, and in a Scottish outfit. Impressed marks, K & R. 6ins (15cms) high£40-60
1333.   BISQUE HEAD DOLL
mould number 167, probably by Kestner, with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Wig missing, 16ins (40cms) high£50-80
1334.   A WAX DOLL
the shoulder head with glass eyes, painted features, and in a Welsh costume. Also with various other dolls and soft toys, including a Merrythought dog. 15ins (38cms) high£40-60
1335.   CHAD VALLEY DOLL - BAMBINA
circa 1920's, with glass eyes and a cloth body. Stitched labels on the feet, Chad Valley Bambina, Hygienic Toys. 18ins (46cms) high£40-60
1336.   NORAH WELLINGS CLOTH DOLLS
one of a snow baby, also with matching boy and girl figures. All with stitched labels, Made in England by Norah Wellings. £30-50
1337.   A MINIATURE BISQUE HEAD DOLL
possibly French, with fixed blue eyes and open mouth. In a later glass dome. 5 1/2ins (14cms) high£50-100
1338.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF BLACK DOLL - 399
the bisque head with weighted brown eyes, painted mouth and pierced ears. Currently disarticulated. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 399.1, DRGM, Germany.
£80-120
1339.   A PAIR OF FRENCH DOLLS
with identical faces, one slightly larger than the other. One with weighted brown eyes the other fixed eyes, open mouth, and pointy teeth. Impressed marks, Monheuit, S/Bois, France, DL, head sizes 13 &14. 19ins (48cms) & 18ins (46cms) high
£200-300
1340.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
the bent limbed doll with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 320.10, Germany. 24ins (61cms) high£120-150
1341.   SCHOENAU & HOFFMEISTER DOLL
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, SH, PB, 1909, 3 1/2, Germany. 22ins (56cms) high£80-120
1342.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Made in Germany, 390, AM, 3/0. 13ins (33cms) high£50-70
1343.   ANTIQUE TEDDY BEAR
with glass eyes, padded feet and hands, and swiveling head and limbs. 21ins (53cms) high£40-60
1344.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
the large bisque head with weighted blue eyes, open mouth with teeth, and on a composition body. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 390, AM 16. 34ins (86cms) high£80-120
1345.   THREE WOODEN PEG DOLLS
with painted heads and wooden limbs. Largest 11ins (28cms) high£30-50
1346.   KAMMER & REINHARDT WIMPERN BABY DOLL
with impressed W on it's forehead, with brown weighted eyes and open mouth with wobbly tongue. Impressed marks, K & R, 26. 10ins (25cms) high£60-100
1347.   ADOLF WISLIZENUS FOR HEUBACH
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth, the head turns when walking and also has a voice box. Impressed marks, AW, W, Germany, 8, Heubach Koppelsdorf. 25ins (64cms)£80-120
1348.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 352
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth with two upper baby teeth. Impressed marks, AM, Germany, 352. 18ins (46cms) high£80-120
1349.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390n
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, 390n, DRGM, 246/1, 10, Armand Marseille. 28ins (71cms) high£100-150
1350.   KESTNER BENT LIMB DOLL
the large doll with weighted eyes, open mouth with tongue, and bent limbs. Impressed numbers. 26ins (66cms) high£150-200
1351.   SIMON & HALBIG BISQUE HEAD DOLL
model number 1078, with weighted eyes and open mouth, and pierced ears. Impressed marks, Simon & Halbig, 1078, S & H. 19ins (48cms) high£120-150
1352.   HANDWERCK BISQUE HEAD DOLL
with weighted eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Max Handwerck, Germany, 2 1/4. 21ins (53cms) high£80-120
1353.   SCHOENAU & HOFFMEISTER BISQUE HEAD DOLL
with weighted eyes, and open mouth. Model number 1909. Impressed marks, SH, PB, 1909 4 1/2, Germany. 24ins (61cms) high£120-150
1354.   SIMON & HALBIG FOR KAMMER & REINHARDT
with weighted eyes and open mouth, and pierced ears. Impressed marks, Simon & Halbig, KR. 20ins (51cms) high£150-200
1355.   QTY OF DOLLS CLOTHES
including Victorian and other dolls clothes, hats etc.£30-50
1356.   PADDINGTON BEAR
by Gabrielle Designs, with original clothing and boots. £20-30
1357.   BURGGRUB BISQUE HEAD DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Porzellanfabrik Burggrub, 169, 6, Germany. 22ins (56cms) high£120-150
1358.   SCHOENAU & HOFFMEISTER DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, SH, PB, 914, 8, Germany. 26ins (66cms) high£120-150
1359.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 390, 12. 29ins (74cms) high£150-200
1360.   LARGE ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 390, 16. 32ins (81cms) high£250-300
1361.   A COLLECTION OF CINDY DOLLS
circa 1970's, all clothed.£30-50
1362.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 300.61/2, Germany. 23ins (58cms) high£80-120
1363.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, Thuringia, 300.7. 24ins (61cms) high£80-100
1364.   GEBRUDER HEUBACH DOLL
with fixed brown eyes and open mouth. Small crack on the back of the neck. Impressed marks, Heubach within a square, 10 1/2, Germany. 19ins (48cms) high£80-120
1365.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Made in Germany, Armand Marseille, DRGM, 246. 16ins (41cms) high£60-80
1366.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 312, Sur, 2, Germany. 22ins (56cms) high£60-80
1367.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with fixed blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 300.6, Germany. 18ins (46cms) high£80-120
1368.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 936
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseiile, Germany, 936, 3. 15ins (38cms) high£60-80
1369.   A KESTNER DOLL
with weighted blue eyes, open mouth and voice box. Some damage to the face. Impressed marks, JDK, 257, 57. 21ins (53cms) high£60-80
1370.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 320.3, Germany. 18ins (46cms) high£60-80
1371.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 990
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 990, 1. 13ins (33cms) high£60-80
1372.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Some damage to the head. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 342.10, Germany. 25ins (63cms) high£60-80
1373.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 985
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, AM, Germany, 985, 6. 15ins (38cms) high£60-80
1374.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 250.2/0, Germany. 17ins (43cms) high£60-80
1375.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Made in Germany, 390, DRGM.246, 2. 16ins (41cms) high
£60-80
1376.   SIMON & HALBIG FLIRTY EYED DOLL
with flirty blue eyes and open mouth with tongue. Some damage to the back of the head. Impressed marks, Simon & Halbig, 126, Germany, 72. 26ins (66cms) high£100-200
1377.   SCHOENAU & HOFFMEISTER DOLL - 1909
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, SH, PB, 1909, 4/0, Germany. 13ins (33cms) high
£60-80
1378.   KAMMER & REINHARDT CHARACTER DOLL
mould number 100, with painted hair and facial features. Impressed marks, KR,100, 28. 14ins (36cms) high£80-120
1379.   SFBJ DOLL
with fixed brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, SFBJ, 60, Paris. 17ins (43cms) high£60-80
1380.   TWO HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLLS
one with weighted blue eyes, marked 267.11/0, Drgm, 10ins (25cms) high. The other with weighted blue eyes and marked, 320.12/0, 12ins (30cms) high£50-70
1381.   GEBRUDER OHLHAVER REVALO DOLL
with weighted, piercing blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Revalo, 22-10, and a cross mark within a circle. 19ins (48cms) high£100-150
1382.   VARIOUS DOLLS
including an AM dream baby doll 341 (damaged), and various other dolls.£40-60
1383.   GERMAN BISQUE HEAD DOLL
the shoulder head doll with moulded hair, and painted eyes and mouth. Some damage to the neck. Impressed marks, Germany, 3. 15ins (38cms) high£30-50
1384.   KESTNER DOLL
with brown eyes, open mouth and tongue. Impressed marks, JDK, Germany, 257, 46. 19ins (48cms) high£60-100
1385.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 250.3, Germany. 23ins (58cms) high£80-100
1386.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 990
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 990, 12. 23ins (58cms) high£60-80
1387.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Made in Germany, Armand Marseille, 390n, DRGM.246, 6 1/2. 20ins (51cms) high£60-80
1388.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 390, 6 1/2. 23ins (58cms) high£60-80
1389.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 390, 8. 24ins (61cms) high£60-80
1390.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL
The Dream Baby, with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, AM, Germany, 351/6.K. 17ins (43cms) high£50-70
1391.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 390, 3. 17 1/2ins (44cms) high
£50-70
1392.   QTY OF VARIOUS DOLLS
including a small bisque head doll, composition head dolls and various others.£30-50
1393.   ANTIQUE BLOND TEDDY BEAR
circa 1930's and possibly by Hermann, with a stitched horizontal nose, boot button eyes, and elongated body. 19ins (48cms) high£350-450
1394.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, AM, 7, 390, DRGM.246/1. 24ins (61cms) high£60-100
1395.   ALT BECK & GOTTSCHALCK DOLL
with weighted eyes and tongue, and open mouth. Impressed marks, AB monogram, 1361/50, Made in Germany. 22ins (56cms) high£80-120
1396.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille Germany, 390, AM, 10. 25ins (63cms) high£60-100
1397.   LEON PRIEUR MON CHERI FRENCH DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth with teeth. Impressed marks, Mon Cheri, LP, Paris, 11. 23ins (58cms) high£100-150
1398.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 300.7, Germany. 22ins (56cms) high£60-100
1399.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseillle, Germany, 390, AM, 11. 27ins (68cms) high£60-100
1400.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Made in Germany, Armand Marseille, DRGM, 246/1, AM, 10. 25ins (64cms) high£60-100
1401.   19THC WAX DOLL
the shoulder head doll, with blue glass eyes operated by a wire mechanism. Arms missing. 23ins (58cms) high£80-120
1402.   19THC WAX DOLL- RED MAIDS SCHOOL
the circular head with painted features, and in it's original red cloak and shoes. 14ins (35cms) high
*The uniform on the doll is a replica of the uniform used at Red Maids School in Bristol. The school was founded in 1634 and is the oldest surviving girls school in the country.£80-120
1403.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 996
with weighted blue eyes, and open mouth with a moving tongue. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 996, AM, 12. 22ins (56cms) high £60-100
1404.   SIMON & HALBIG DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Simon & Halbig, S & H, 7. 17ins (43cms) high£100-150
1405.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Koppelsdorf, Germany, 1330, AM, 7. 17ins (43cms) high£60-80
1406.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Made in Germany, Armand Marseille, 390, AM, 5. 20ins (51cms) high£60-80
1407.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 320.2, Germany. 17ins (43cms) high
£60-80
1408.   GERMAN BISQUE HEAD DOLL
probably by Ernest Heubach, with weighted brown eyes and open mouth with wobbly tongue. Marks worn, 342.6, Germany. 20ins (51cms) high£60-100
1408A.  JUMEAU BISQUE HEAD DOLL
a stunning 30ins Jumeau doll. With fixed blue glass paperweight eyes, open mouth with upper teeth, in a good quality pale bisque head. With original earings still in her pierced ears, and entered from a private collection. Incised mark, 13. 30ins (76cms) high£1200-1800
1409.   SCHOENAU & HOFFMEISTER DOLL
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, SH PB, 914, 9, Germany. 26ins (66cms) high£80-120
1409A.  ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
the small doll with weighted brown eyes, open mouth, and original clothing. Impressed marks. 9 1/2ins (24cms) high£50-70
1410.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 370
with weighted brown eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, 370, AM, 10, DEP, Armand Marseille, Made in Germany. 26ins (66cms) high£60-100
1411.   HEUBACH KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 300.7, Germany. 23ins (58cms) high£60-100
1412.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 390
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Armand Marseille, Germany, 390, 12. 28ins (71cms) high£80-120
1413.   ANTIQUE SPANISH DOLL
the doll with a composition head and large limbs. With fixed glass eyes and open mouth. Unmarked. 27ins (68cms) high£40-60
1414.   RECKNAGEL DOLL
with fixed blue eyes and painted mouth. Impressed marks, Germany, 2 1/2, RA, 138. 14ins (35cms) high£40-60
1414A.  19THC WAX DOLL
with moulded hair, wooden limbs, and in it's original clothing. 12ins (30cms)high£40-60
1415.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL - 351
The Dream Baby, with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, AM, Germany, 351/4k. 17ins (43cms) high£40-60
1416.   ARMAND MARSEILLE BLACK DOLL
with fixed brown eyes and open mouth, a little damage to the neck. Impressed marks, AM, Germany, 320/2k. 13ins (33cms) high£60-100
1417.   SIMON & HALBIG DOLL
with weighted blue eyes, open mouth and pierced ears. Impressed marks, 1079, Germany, Halbig,S & H, 3 1/2. 10ins (25cms) high£50-70
1418.   ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL
the small doll with fixed brown eyes and open mouth. Also with an AM 341, and a small German bisque head doll. Impressed marks, AM-10/0. 12ins (30cms) high£80-120
1419.   BISQUE HEAD DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth, unmarked. 15ins (38cms) high£40-60
1420.   A PAIR OF 'RELIABLE' DOLLS
the composition heads with weighted eyes and open mouth. Also with an AM 351 doll and another doll. Reliable dolls 16ins (41cms) high£50-70
1421.   HEUBACK KOPPELSDORF DOLL
with weighted blue eyes and open mouth. Impressed marks, Heubach Koppelsdorf, 320.6, Germany. 21ins (53cms) high £60-100
1422.   VICTORIAN DOLLS PRAM
with a metal frame and leather lined interior.£40-60
1422A.  AM GOOGLY EYED DOLL - 323
with weighted googly blue eyes, closed mouth, and dressed as harlequin. Impressed marks, Germany, 323, AM, 4/0.10ins (25cms) high£100-200
1423.   19THC PATENT CORKSCREW
with a bone handle and brush, and brass barrel with Royal Crest. Marked, Patent. 7ins (18cms) unextended £100-150
1424.   ALAN BEAN SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - APOLLO 12 MISSION
signed in gold ink on a coloured photograph of the moon. Signed, Alan Bean Apollo 12.
*The Apollo 12 mission took place in November 1969, four months after Apollo 11. Alan Bean and Pete Conrad spent over a day conducting experiments on the surface.£100-150
1425.   MUHAMMAD ALI SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
signed in black pen, the photograph mounted with another photograph of Ali and the phrase, Float like a Butterfly sting like a bee. With a certificate of authenticity on the back, sold by the Memorabilia City. Frame 21ins by 17ins.£100-150
1425A.  EARLY 20THC PUNCH & JUDY THEATRE
named 'Uncle Colin', and used at Weymouth, Swanage and other resorts by three successive generations. With curtain, backdrop etc, and later replacement puppets including Punch & Judy, Policeman, Crocodile etc. 82ins (208cms) high£100-200
1426.   SIGNED DONALD BRADMAN FIRST DAY COVER
signed in ink, framed and mounted with a photograph of Bradman and his career statistics. With a certificate of authenticity on the back, sold by Memorabilia City. Frame 21ins by 17ins.£100-150
1427.   EARLY BRONZE AGE AXE HEAD
the flat bronze axe head, circa 2,500 BC. The item was dug up in a West Dorset field around 50 years ago. The age was confirmed by the Dorset County Museum. 4 3/4ins (12cms) long£80-120
1428.   GWR PHOTGRAPH 1935 - CHAPELTON STATION
railway memorabilia including a photograph of the GWR Centenary Banquet in London 1935. Also with some certificates awarded to the Chapelton station for Best kept station, various years.£40-60
1429.   ENGLAND V SCOTLAND FOOTBALL PROGRAMME - 1944
dated Saturday 19th Feb 1944, played at Wembley Stadium. With both teams listed, and previous results of England, Scotland matches on the back.£60-80
1430.   "OLD BILL" BRUCE BAIRNSFATHER CAR MASCOT
the bronze mascot mounted on a wooden base. Signed on the rim of the helmet, Bruce Bairnsfather and a registration number under the muffler 669204. Also with a Grimwades 'old bill' tobacco jar. Mascot 4 1/4ins (11cms) high
*Mascots of Old Bill were produced for Cars and Motorcycles, and were produced by Messrs Louis Lejeune Mascots Ltd. £200-300
1430A.  NEWTON & CO PATENT MAGIC LANTERN
with original paper label, Newton & Co 3 Fleet Street, Temple Bar, London, Paris Exhibition 1878, Prize medal for lanterns and slides. In it's original pine case, and with a brass lens. Box 17 1/2ins (44cms) long£60-100
1431.   COLLECTION OF "OLD BILL" POSTCARDS
sixteen postcards mounted in a frame, all of differing scenes designed by Bruce Bairnsfather. Also with framed images of Old Bill, taken from the Bystander magazine.£100-200
1432.   COLLECTION OF FOUNTAIN PENS
including a Watermans Ripple, a Swan Leverless, Esterbrook & Co Relief 314, Watermans 877, Felix Macauley Self Filler, Blackbird Swan, Conway 106, Conway 286 etc. Also with some propelling pencils.£100-150
1433.   NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA POCKET BAROMETER
with a white enamel dial and brass case. Signed, Negretti & Zambra, London, 10456. Dial 1 3/4ins (4cms)£40-60
1434.   THORNTON PICKARD 'AMBER' CAMERA
the plate camera c1899-1905, brass and mahogany case and plates.
£60-100
1434A.  A MODEL STEAM PLANT
the engine mounted on a metal plate and wooden plinth. With a Smiths Oil pressure guage. 15 1/2ins (39cms) high£100-200
1435.   A FOLDING VIEW PLATE CAMERA
no visible makers name, with two unassociated lenses of the period etc. Also with a Kodak camera as found.£40-60
1436.   A SWIFT CAR MASCOT.
A plated Swift mounted on a wooden plinth.£30-50
1437.   EARLY BUILDING BLOCKS
including Dometo inter-locking building materials and Lotts Bricks, both in original boxes. Also with another boxed set of building blocks.£60-100
1438.   EARLY MECCANO SET
in a fitted mahogany box, the top tray with Meccano booklets, tin, and assorted items. The bottom layer with wheels, gears etc. Box 18ins (46cms) across£80-120
1439.   ANTIQUE ROCKING HORSE
the painted horse with fitted saddle and reins, and on a rocking trestle base. 45ins (114cms) high£300-500
1440.   TWO STEREOSCOPIC VIEWERS AND CARDS
the cards including Royalty, British and Continental scenes, Exhibitions etc. Approx 80 cards in total.£80-120
1440A.  EARLY MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES - COX OF LONDON
approx 40-50 wooden slides by Cox, 22 Skinner St, London. The slides with circular glass inserts, in a variety of subjects. Also with glass slides, magic lantern slide frames etc, and in a fitted wooden box.
£100-200
1441.   BLACK FOREST STYLE CUCKOO CLOCK
the weight driven clock with carved pediment and face. The black dial with white numerals. Dial 4 1/2ins (11cms) £100-200
1442.   A QTY OF CRICKET COLLECTORS PLATES
all commemorating a Century of Centuries, including W G Grace, Len Hutton, Jack Hobbs, Don Bradman, and various others. Made by Coalport and Royal Grafton, sixteen in total.£150-200
1443.   FRAMED LETTERS BY AND TO SIR NEVILE WILKINSON KCVO.
A signed letter from Sir Nevile dated 1930 from the Royal St George Yacht Club, Kingstown, Ireland. Another from William Blake to Beatrice and Nevile Wilkinson dated 17/8/1931.'The spirits of the air live on the smalls of fruit, and joy, with precious light moves around the gardens, and sits singing in the trees'. Photographs and other ephemera are in the frame.£40-60
1444.   WALTER LINDRUM SNOOKER CUE
The World Champion Cue, Break 4137. The ash cue stamped, 17oz. With it's original metal case.£80-120
1445.   POLAR EXPLORATION - MODEL OF SLEDGE AND SKIS
a handmade model of a sledge and ski's, made by James William Dell. He served with Captain Scott as able seaman on the Discovery Expedition 1901-1904. He participated on two sledging expeditions and his skills as a sail maker were employed in producing canvas ration and sleeping bags. He later served with the Shakleton-Rowett Antarctic Expedition in 1921-22. This model was reputed to have been made by Dell at base camp on the Scott Expedition, from materials available. The sledge and ski's are reputed to have been made from cutlery, and the plinth is made in mahogany. Dell lived in Somerset in his retirement, and became a founder member of the Antarctic Club. Plinth 10 1/4ins by 7ins (18cms)£500-800
1446.   19THC PATENT CORKSCREW
with a bone handle and brush, and a brass barrel with key winding mechanism. Worm damaged. £100-150
1447.   CARPENTERS PROPELLER - RAF
a wonderful model of a propeller, made by Aircraftman Clifford. G. Issacs. It was made as his trade test after entering The Royal Air Force as a carpenter in 1938. The propeller in a pine case, also made by the same person. Propeller 40ins (102cms) long
£40-60
1448.   ALBUM OF WATERCOLOURS AND DRAWINGS
circa 1860's and including Landscape scenes, Portraits, Caricatures and various other drawings and watercolours. All painted and drawn by the same hand. Also with stamps, vintage calenders and various ephemera. £50-100
1449.   CASED ADMIRALTY SIGNALLING LAMP
in a fitted wooden box, Admilarty Pattern 16087, 1945. Also with additional shades in a box.£40-60
1450.   FA CUP FINAL PROGRAMME - 1937
the match played between Preston North End and Sunderland on May 1st 1937. Also with a programme from 1966, Newcastle versus Chelsea.£50-70
1451.   19TH/20THC PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM
initials RGLH for R G Horton, colonial Civil Service Officer School, sporting and other topics, neatly laid out. £80-120
1452.   POST GREAT WAR PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM
circa 1920, relating to Coral Horton wife of R G Horton. Subjects include, shipping, Burma, British North Borneo, Jesselton Turf Club, Burma Police etc. A well laid out album of life in Burma in the early post war years.£80-120
1453.   PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM OF BRITISH NORTH BORNEO
circa 1920's, Dr Hugh Lewers DSO OBE, photographs of Jesselton, Servants, Military France 1917. Later photographs of life back in England etc.£70-100
1454.   BRITISH NORTH BORNEO PRESENTATION ALBUM
dated 1902-1923 on the retirement of Mr R G L Horton. Wonderful scenes of North Borneo, natives etc.
£80-120
1455.   GREAT WAR PERIOD PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM
France circa 1917 and family images.£60-100
1456.   SCRAP/PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM - MELBOURNE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
circa 1905 and compiled by H B Lewers DSO OBE, a former pupil at Melbourne Grammar School. Team photographs, newspaper cuttings, many editions of The Melburnian etc. Lt Col Lewers was a very good sportsman who may have progressed further had the war not intervened.£100-150
1457.   19THC GEOMETRY SET - EAST INDIA COMPANY
in a Rosewood box with silver mounts and inset plaque. Two internal trays, the ruler stamped W & T Gilbert London. The plaque reads, Wm Wilson Saunders, Instrument presented to him by the Hon Court of Directors of the United East India Company as a mark of the courts appreciation of his conduct in the Company's Military Seminary. 12th June 1829. 7 3/4ins (19cms) across£100-150
1458.   SCRAP ALBUM - WHITE STAR LINE
an interesting album containing a number of theatre programmes (some signed) and a number of Cunard and other shipping items. Including menu cards from the Mauretania and Aquitania, and various other items.£40-60
1459.   A QTY OF FOUNTAIN PENS
including two boxed Parker fountain pens, a Valentine fountain pen, and four other pens (three of which are Parker).£40-60
1460.   19THC CORKSCREW
with a bone handle, and a brass barrel with Royal crest. 7ins (18cms) long unextended£60-100
1461.   POCKET BAROMETER - R BALLANTINE
with a silvered dial and in a gun metal case. Signed, R Ballantine, Optician, Glasgow. Dial 1 1/2ins (4cms) diameter£60-80
1462.   VICTORIAN PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM - ROYALTY
a wonderful album containing a large number of photographs of British and Continental Royalty, and famous people of the day. Including Queen Victoria and Prince Albert with many images of their children, King of the Belgiums, Jennie Lind, Lady Hamilton of Romania, Prince Napoleon, Napoleon 1, Disraeli, Gladstone, Peel, Lord Shaftsbury, Livingstone and Stanley, Count Von Bismarck, Dickins, and many more. A well laid out album with a leather binding .£200-400
1463.   A MUSICAL BOX
in a rectangular Rosewood case, inlaid with a floral panel. With a brass cylinder and steel comb. Also with an additional mechanism for a music box. Case 23ins (58cms) across£200-300
1464.   MANTLE CLOCK/MUSICAL DISC PLAYER
an unusual mantle clock, with disc player incorperated. In a Walnut case with a metal dial, and disc player underneath. With six discs in total, operated by two winding holes on the clock dial. Clock 20 1/2ins (52cms) high, discs 4 3/4ins (12cms) diameter£50-100
1465.   DOLLS HOUSE FURNITURE
period items including model furniture, dolls tea ware, and various internal dolls house items etc.£80-120
1466.   CASED OBOE - LOREE OF PARIS
the three piece instrument with original reeds, in a fitted case with inset metal plaque for Loree of Paris. Also stamped on the Oboe.£50-80
1467.   POLLOCKS TOY THEATRE
a wonderful kit theatre called the 'The Large Redington Neptune', the stage set with lights on the foot and wing. Also with a large number of Theatre backdrops and scenes, various plays, information about the setting up of the theatre, photographs of plays etc. £300-500
1468.   TOY THEATRE BOOKS
including 'Toy Theatre Memorabilia', 'Georgian Playhouse', 'History of the Toy Theatre' and various others.£60-100
1468A.  PORTFOLIOS OF PLAY SHEETS AND PROSCENIUMS - TOY THEATRE
one folder containing 85 continental play sheets, German, Danish,Swedish etc, mixture of complete plays etc. Also with a folder of Prosceniums by Pollocks and Baldwins, colour printed.£100-200
1469.   BOXING AUTOGRAPH BOOK
a large number of signatures in an edition of the Pictorial History of Boxing. Compiled by a former professional boxer, they include Boxing signatures and other famous people. Including, Sebastian Coe, Brian Jacks, Charlie Magri, Terry Lawless, Jimmy Young, Jim Watt, Harry Carpenter, Alan Winter, Alan Pascoe, Steve Ovett, and many more.£80-120
1470.   ANTIQUE MANDOLIN
with Tortoiseshell and Mother of Pearl inlay, and a chevron inlaid border. The barrel back in Rosewood. Unmarked. 24ins (61cms) long£100-150
1471.   ROCKING HORSE
the wooden horse elaborately painted, formally a Horse from a carousel.£200-300
1472.   LEICA LEITZ CAMERA
circa 1950, model number 515146, lens marked Leitz Elmar f=5cm. Film speeds up to a 1000. Top marked, Leica DRP, Ernest Leitz Wetzlar, Germany. In it's original leather case.£80-120
1473.   ENSIGN MULTEX CAMERA
model.0, H21151, film speeds up to a 1000, with a 50mm Anast lens.£40-60
1474.   YASHICA DOUBLE REFLEX CAMERA
model number Mat -124G, lens marked Franke & Heidecke Germany.£40-60
1475.   19THC PATENT KALEIDOSCOPE
by John Gorham, Invented and Patented April 14th 1858, and published by Smith Beck & Beck, London. The wooden instrument in three sections which assemble, a number of paper discs, and in a fitted wooden box. Discs 4 1/2ins (11cms)
£80-120
1476.   19THC POLLOCK'S TOY THEATRE
made by Benjamin Pollock, the stage made in wood with paper coverings. Including a large number of Characters and scenery printed in colour, which can be cut and used to perform plays. Including Aladdin, Blackbeard etc, theatre props etc. 13 1/2ins (34cms) high£100-200
1477.   MINORU RACING GAME - JACQUES
with a folding canvas board, six painted horses and jockeys, and original instruction sheet. By John Jacques & Son London, also with other games. £40-60
1478.   CASED FRENCH HORN - CORTON
the brass horn with silvered keys, and in a fitted leather case. Marked, Corton, Supplied by Paxman, London.£50-100
1479.   STEREOSCOPIC VIEWER AND CARDS
in an ebonised case with carved floral decoration. With approx twenty cards, including The Whitehouse Library, Barmouth Railway Bridge, and various other cards.£100-150
1480.   SIGNED CRICKET BAT - 1950'S
signed by South Africa, Middlesex, Somerset, Surrey, Warwickshire, Essex, Sussex, Yorkshire, and Gloucestershire. Also with a cricket stump by Nicholls, which splits in half to reveal signatures. They include, India, Somerset, Worcestershire, and Glamorgan.£80-120
1481.   SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM - MUSICIANS & THEATRE
a fascinating collection compiled by Albert Sandler, former leader of the Palm Court Orchestra and Violinist. Containing many personalised photographs of Billy Rey, Scott & Whaley, etc and many more. Also with a scrap album containing telegrams, Greeting cards, and Scrap, and also his personal leather attache case with AS stamped initials.£100-200
1482.   PHILIPS TERRESTRIAL GLOBE
a nine inch globe on a turned wooden stand. Marked, Philips Terrestrial Globe, London Geographical Institute, Fleet St. £80-120
1483.   PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
including a large album containing photographs of Dunster, Lynmouth, Lynton, Doone Valley etc, all dated 1887. Also with two family photograph albums.£100-150
1483A.  MAGIC LANTERN AND SLIDES
Standard EP magic lantern in original box. Also with a variety of lantern slides, also in their original wooden boxes.£80-120
1484.   ANTIQUE SPEAR
with a long metal point and flattened metal point at the other end. 83ins (211cms) long£20-40
1485.   STEREOSCOPIC VIEWER
made in mahogany with viewer. Also with some cards, mostly of Paris, and a Gramophone-Cinema (The Kinephone) in it's original box.£40-60
1486.   HUNTLEY & PALMER BISCUIT TIN
in the form of a bookcase, also with another tin by Huntley & Palmer and other tins.£40-60
1487.   MUSICAL PROGRAMMES AND SHEET MUSIC
all framed, some of sheet music for a variety of shows, and also programmes. Including, Freddie & The Dreamers, In a Persian Market (signed by the composer), Bing Crosby, Gracie Fields etc.£60-100
1488.   A CASED ALTIMETER
the brass case with an engraved silvered dial. Marked on the dial, Surveying Aneroid Compensated, Keep the eye level with point of needle. In it's original leather case. Dial 1 3/4ins (4cms) diameter£50-70
1488A.  NATURAL HISTORY SLIDES
a variety of slides from the 1940's-1960's, including flora and fauna, insects, pictures of France etc.£40-60
1489.   ROBERT DIGHTON (1752-1814)
A VIEW NEAR HYDE PARK CORNER
Etching with hand colouring, published 1802
Plate 19.5 x 13.5cm.
++ Needs a light clean£120-150
1490.   AFTER HENRY ALKEN (1785-1851)
PARTRIDGE SHOOTING; PHEASANT SHOOTING; GROUSE SHOOTING; WILD DUCK SHOOTING
Four, aquatints with hand colouring, by T. Sutherland, published by R. Ackermann, late impressions or restrikes
Each 21 x 64.5cm. (4)
++ Some foxing£80-120
1491.   PAIR OF LIMITED EDITION PRINTS - N MACE
Mallards on the Flood and The Frozen Pond. Both limited edition and signed in pencil. (2)£40-60
1492.   AFTER JOHN LEECH (1817-1864)
A CAPITAL FINISH; DON'T MOVE THERE, WE SHALL CLEAR YOU!; A FRIENDLY MOUNT; NO CONSEQUENCE; COME HUP! I SAY - YOU UGLY BRUTE!
Five, chromolithographs, each with printed title on the support sheet, published by Messrs Agnews, 1865
Each 36 x 59.5cm. (5)
++ A little faded; some light staining on support sheets£250-300
1493.   AFTER CHARLES ANCELIN (1863-1940)
POINT TO POINT SUBJECTS
Three, prints with pochoir colouring
Each 30 x 48.5cm. (3)
++ Generally good condition£60-100
1494.   LEON DANCHIN (1887-1939)
SETTERS' HEADS
Photogravure, finished by hand, signed in pencil
48.5 x 71cm.
++ Some foxing£200-300
1495.   GEORGE SOPER (1870-1942)
HUNTING SCENES
A near pair, drypoint etchings, each signed in pencil
Each 18 x 27.5 cm. approx. (2)
++ Good impressions; some slight foxing/spotting£100-150
1496.   AFTER CECIL ALDIN (1870-1935)
SCOTTISH TERRIER
Bears signature, print on ivorine, finished by hand, unframed
9 x 12cm.
++ Good condition£300-400
1496A.  AFTER CECIL ALDIN (1870-1935)
TWO GREYHOUNDS RACING
Print on ivorine, finished by hand
9 x 12cm.
++ Good condition£300-400
1497.   AFTER CECIL ALDIN (1870-1935)
THE HUNTSMAN; HER LADYSHIP; THE PARSON
Three, chromolithographs, c.1901
Each 41.5 x 33cm. (3)
++ Some foxing and light staining£150-200
1498.   AFTER ARCHIBALD THORBURN (1860-1935)
TEAL; LAPWING (2()
Three, colour reproductions, published by A. Baird-Carter, 1905-1906, signed in pencil, unframed
Each 17 x 25cm. (3)
Provenance: Charborough Park, Wareham, Dorset
++ Good condition
£50-80
1499.   AFTER ARCHIBALD THORBURN (1860-1935)
THROUGH THE SNOWY COVERTS; AUTUMN AT LOCH MAREE
A pair, colour reproductions, published by The Thorburn Museum, 1989, editions of 850
Each 40 x 55cm. approx. (2)
++ Slightly faded£80-120
1500.   WINIFRED MARIE LOUISE AUSTEN (1876-1964)
THE SHELDRAKE FAMILY
Etching with drypoint. signed in pencil
16.5 x 27.5cm.
++ Good condition; a fresh impression£120-180
1501.   AFTER JOHN KING (Contemporary)
CATTISTOCK, 1968; MENDIP, 1958
Two, colour reproductions, published by The Sporting Gallery Ltd, 1970 and 1968, each signed in pencil
33 x 50.5cm.; and 33 x 50cm. (2)
++ Generally good condition; very slightly faded£100-150
1502.   AFTER MICHAEL LYNE (1912-1989)
THE DUKE OF BEAUFORT'S HUNT; THE HEYTHROP NEAR UPPER SLAUGHTER; THE COTSWOLD AT SHIPTON OLIFFE
Three, colour reproductions, various publishers, c.1946-1956
Each 38 x 53cm. approx. (3)
++ Some old creases, notably in the last example£300-400
1503.   AFTER LIONEL EDWARDS (1878-1966)
"BEAUFORT" - THE MARQUESS OF WORCESTER HUNTING HOUNDS, WATCHED BY HIS FATHER, THE 9th DUKE
Colour reproduction, published by E. W. Savory Ltd, with facsimile Beaufort signature on support sheet
26.5 x 38cm.
++ Good condition £150-200
1504.   AFTER LIONEL EDWARDS (1878-1966)
(HUNTING SCENE)
Colour reproduction, signed in ballpoint
36 x 53cm.
++ Slight discoloration; some pale foxing£100-150
1505.   AFTER LIONEL EDWARDS (1878-1966)
THE DEVON AND SOMERSET STAGHOUNDS
Colour reproduction, signed in pencil
41 x 61cm.
++ Good condition£150-200
1506.   AFTER SNAFFLES (1884-1967)
THE HUNTSMAN
Colour reproduction, printed remarque, with blindstamp and pencil signature
21 x 27cm.
++ Faded£120-180
1507.   AFTER SNAFFLES (1884-1967)
THE SPARROW-CATCHIN SORT
Colour reproduction, printed remarque, with blindstamp and pencil signature
22 x 28.5cm.
++ Faded£120-180
1508.   AFTER SNAFFLES (1884-1967)
THE TIMBER MERCHANT
Colour reproduction, printed remarque, with blindstamp and pencil signature
23 x 30cm.
++ Faded£120-180
1508A.  AFTER SNAFFLES (1884-1967)
THE WORST VIEW IN EUROPE
Colour reproduction, printed remarque, with blindstamp and pencil signature
22.5 x 48.5cm.
++ Faded; light stained£200-300
1509.   AFTER SNAFFLES (1884-1967)
GOT YER, YOU OLD BADMASH!
Colour reproduction, printed remarque, with blindstamp and pencil signature
25 x 42.5cm.
++ Typical grey/yellow discoloration; damp marks on support sheet£200-250
1510.   AFTER SNAFFLES (1884-1967)
OH! TO BE IN ENGLAND NOW THAT APRIL'S THERE
Colour reproduction, printed remarque, published by Messrs Fores, signed in pencil
31.5 x 53.5cm.
++ Image slightly faded; spotting on support sheet
£250-350
1510A.  AFTER SNAFFLES
PADDY
Watercolour over a printed base on grey paper
19.5 x 23cm.
++ Good condition£200-300
1511.   ALFRED WILLIAM STRUTT (1856-1924)
"VICTORI SPOLIA"
Signed, watercolour
42 x 72.5cm.
++ Faded and discoloured£300-400
1512.   HENRY ALKEN (1785-1851)
HARE COURSING
Signed, pencil and watercolour
21 x 33.5cm.
++ Needs a light clean
£400-600
1513.   ERNEST GRISET (1843-1907)
ON THE ROAD TO THE MEET; A RECORD RUN
A pair, both signed, watercolour, the former with pen and ink
Each 22 x 34cm. approx. (2)
++ Each in need of a light clean£200-300
1514.   E** M** WHISH (Fl.c.1913)
A 14-STONE HUNTER; THOROUGHBRED
Two, both signed and inscribed with title, the former also dated 1913, signed and inscribed on old backpapers verso, pencil
Each 20 x 30.5cm. (2)
++ Good condition£60-80
1515.   R** OVERTON (c.1900)
HARE COURSING
Signed, grey wash drawing
14.5 x 22cm.;
with a small vignette on a similar theme, style of Henry Alken; a print of Coursing after Alken; a photo print of H. G. Miller's greyhounds, Mullingar and Misterton; and another foxhunting print (5)
++ Generally satisfactory/good; photo print with tears£40-60
1516.   CHARLES GATEHOUSE (1866-1952)
HUNTSMAN, ON THE ROAD TO MAN MEAD
Signed and dated 1920, watercolour and pencil
25.5 x 34cm.£150-200
1517.   FOLLOWER OF SEPTIMUS EDWIN SCOTT(1879-1965)
AT THE POLO PARK
Bears a signature, watercolour
38.5 x 28cm.
++ Good condition overall£300-500
1518.   JOHN S. SANDERSON WELLS (1872-1955)
THE HUNTSMAN'S PACK
Watercolour
17 x 28.5cm.
++ Two "dents" in the sky; colours generally good£150-200
1519.   OLIVE WHITMORE (Fl.c.1923)
OVER THE WALL
Signed, pastels on buff paper
30.5 x 24cm.
++ Good condition£100-150
1520.   LIONEL EDWARDS (1878-1966)
EXMOOR MALE AND FOAL, CLOUTSHAM; OFFICERS, WITH HORSES AT A MANGER
Two, the former monogrammed, dated 1937 and inscribed with title, the latter signed and dated 1916, pencil, each laid down onto card, unframed
14 x 25cm. and 21 x 35cm. (2)
++ A few old slight handling marks£180-250
1521.   JOHN CYRIL HARRISON (1898-1985)
BLACK TERN
Gouache en grisaille
32.5 x 22.5cm.
* Authenticated verso by the artist's son, R. C. Harrison
++ Good condition£150-200
1522.   PHILIP RICKMAN (1891-1982)
NATURAL GROUP WIGEON, FORFAR LOCH 18 NOV/1932 GREEN PLOVERS BATHING WITH THEM
Signed, inscribed with title and dated 1933, pencil, a sketchbook leaf
10.5 x 16cm.;
with nine further framed sketches by the same hand, most signed or initialled, c.1933-1936, pencil or gouache en grisaille, in seven frames (8)
++ Generally good; some foxing or pale marks£200-300
1523.   BASIL NIGHTINGALE (1864-1940)
THE CELEBRATED BELVOIR GAMBLER
Signed, inscribed with title and further inscribed by Weathergage - Gratitutde/ drawn to scale from my / portrait from life painted / for the Duke of Rutland / for which he paid a "pound per pound"- / Gambler weighed exactly / 80 lbs - was 23 inches / high - girthed 31 inches / 27 1/2 inches long - / 8 1/4 in round arm - / 5 1/4 below knee - / 9 1/4 round thigh-, watercolour vignette
29 x 46.5cm.
++ A little faded£800-1000
1524.   JOEL KIRK (b.1948)
TIGER HEAD, 1990
Signed, pastels on green paper
48 x 63cm.
++ Good condition£150-200
1525.   PETER HAYMAN (b.1930)
JUVENILE GOLDEN EAGLE WITH PTARMIGAN
Signd and dated 1972, watercolour vignette
Sight 50.5 x 62cm.
++ Good condition
£100-150
1526.   ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY
MOUNTED HUNTSMEN WITH HOUNDS
Oil on canvas
43 x 58cm.
++ Craquelure; some flaking; needs a clean etc£100-150
1527.   EDWARD M. FOX (Fl.1813-1864)
LAZARUS, A BAY HUNTER IN A STABLE
Signed and dated 1840, also inscribed verso, oil on canvas
50 x 59.5cm.
++ Patched small tear in background left of centre; some craquelure; needs a clean£700-900
1528.   G** GREGORY (Fl.c.1851)
A DARK BAY STALLION IN A STABLE YARD WITH A TERRIER AND A SHEEPDOG
Signed and dated 1851, oil on canvas
47 x 64.5cm.
++ Some retouching along the stretcher bruises; needs a light clean£600-800
1529.   FOLLOWER OF EDWARD ARMFIELD (1817-1896)
SPANIELS FLUSHING DUCK
A pair, oil on board
Each 22.5 x 34.5cm. (2)
++ Each needs a clean£200-300
1530.   JOHN ARNOLD WHEELER (1821-1903)
OVER THE GATE
Signed with monogram, oil on board
31 x 38.5cm.
++ Good condition overall; a few minor chipped losses; needs a light clean£500-700
1531.   D** M** M** (c.1900)
HEAD STUDY OF A TERRIER
Signed with initials in monogram, oil on canvas
23 x 33cm.
++ Lined; generally good£500-700
1532.   ENGLISH SCHOOL, 20th CENTURY
MINORU, WITH HERBERT JONES UP
Inscribed MINORU H. JONES, oil on canvas
39.5 x 49.5cm.
* King Edward VII's horse, Minoru, by Cyllene out of Mother Siegel, won the 1909 Derby and the 2000 Guineas in the same year.
++ Needs a light clean£200-400
1533.   ATTRIBUTED TO PETER BIEGEL (1913-1988)
A GYMKHANA
OIl on board
29 x 39cm.
++ Good condition£300-400
1534.   THOMAS IVESTER LLOYD (1873-1942)
STUDY OF A BAY HUNTER IN A STABLE
Signed, oil on canvas
29 x 34cm.
++ A few minor blemishes and chips; needs a light clean£300-400
1535.   PETER BIEGEL (1913-1988)
PAT SMYTHE ON FINALITY
Signed, oil on canvas
75.5 x 59.5cm.
* Pat Smythe (1928-1996) was a prominent British equestrian, winning a bronze team medal at the Stockholm Olympics in 1956. Her success with Finality made her a popular and successful showjumper but financial pressures forced its sale. In 1960, she married a Swiss, Sam Koechlin, and relocated to Switzerland but returned to England after her husband's death in 1986.
++ Good condition£1000-1500
1536.   HUNTING JOURNAL 1895 - NORTHUMBERLAND
kept by John Carnaby Collingwood, Cornhill House, Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland. The journal records a list of meets, horses involved, and general remarks on the day from 1895-1915. In a red leather binding with gilt tooling.£120-150
1536A.  COLLECTION OF HUNT BUTTONS
including brass, ivory and other examples. Mostly with initials, some with fox motifs, 72 buttons in total.£100-150
1537.   HUNTING JOURNAL 1778 - DERBYSHIRE HARRIERS
including Hunting accounts and information relating to the Derbyshire Harriers. Covering the period 1778-1785, and also including other writings.£150-200
1537A.  ONYX FOX ASHTRAY
the oval dish mounted with a metal figure of a fox. 7 1/4ins (18cms) across£40-60
1538.   FRAMED POLO PHOTOGRAPH - 1930'S
circa 1936, showing the three greatest players of the era, having defeated England for the Westchester Cup. The players are, Winston Guest, Tommy Hitchcock, and Laddie Sanford. £20-40
1539.   A CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF AN OTTER - SIGNED
beautifully carved, naturalistically modelled and signed on the back, Les Jewell. 35ins (89cms) long£120-150
1540.   A CROCODILE SKIN SUIT CASE
with brass double lever locks and a velvet lined interior. Stamped with the initials, GMR. 24ins (61cms) across£100-150
1541.   A PIGSKIN TRUNK
with metal locks and leather adjustable straps. 25 1/2ins (65cms) across£80-120
1542.   PALLADIAN STYLE DOG KENNEL
made in wood in the form of a Grecian temple, and modelled on David Garrick's summerhouse in London. With a removable top and cushioned interior, suitable for a small dog. 30ins (76cms) high, 34ins (86cms) long
*David Garrick purchased Hampton House in 1754. The grounds and probably the summerhouse were designed by Capability Brown.£200-300
1543.   PIG STICKING LANCE - INDIAN
the long shaft with a heavily weighted base, the steel spear point with a leather sheath. Marked, Manton & Co Calcutta. 79ins (200cms) high£50-80
1544.   A COLLECTION OF HUNT BUTTONS
including Blackmore Vale, Badsworth Hunt, Exmoor Hunt, New Forest Hunt and South Devon Hunt. Mostly brass examples.£100-150
1545.   HAMPSHIRE HUNT JACKET AND BUTTONS
the red jacket with brass hunt buttons, initialed HH.£40-60
1546.   PAIR OF RIDING BOOTS
black and red leather boots, with wooden inserts. Size 10's.£30-50
1547.   PAIR OF DOULTON LAMBETH TANKARDS
unusual tankards, with a design of a fox on a cream ground. Impressed mark, Doulton Lambeth, England. 5ins (12cms) high£40-60
1547A.  BRITAINS HUNTING SET
including mounted and unmounted horseman, hounds etc.£80-120
1548.   LEATHER CARTRIDGE MAGAZINE
by George Gibbs of Bristol, with five divisions and leather straps. Also with some gun cleaning rods and quantity of cartridges. 15ins (38cms) across
£100-150
1549.   BURROUGHES & WATTS SNOOKER SCOREBOARD
in mahogany with sliding markers, for snooker and billiards. Marked, Burroughes & Watts, 10 Soho Square, London. 38ins (96cms) across£100-150
1550.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. The buttons with a fox mask at the centre and writing around the edge, Charbro Hunt. Marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 3/4in (2cms) diameter£100-200
1551.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. The buttons with a fox mask at the centre and writing around the edge, Charbro Hunt. Marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 3/4in (2cms) diameter£100-200
1552.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. The buttons with a fox mask in the centre and writing around the edge, Charbro Hunt. Marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 3/4in (2cms) diameter£100-200
1553.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. All marked with the initials, CH, and marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 1ins (2 1/2cms) diameter£100-200
1554.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. All marked with the initials, CH, and marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 1ins (2 1/2cms) diameter£100-200
1555.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. All marked with the initials, CH, and marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 1ins (2 1/2cms) diameter£100-200
1556.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. All marked with the initials, CH, and marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 1ins (2 1/2cms) diameter£100-200
1557.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. All marked with the initials, CH, and marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 1ins (2 1/2cms) diameter£100-200
1558.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. All marked with the initials, CH, and marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 1ins (2 1/2cms) diameter£100-200
1559.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
96 buttons in total, with 24 buttons on each sheet. All marked with the initials, CH, and marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 1ins (2 1/2cms) diameter£100-200
1560.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
approx 80 hunt buttons, all with the initials, CH, and marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 1ins (2 1/2cms) diameter£80-120
1561.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
approx 80 buttons, all with a fox mask in the centre. Writing around the edge reads, Charbro Hunt, and marked on the back, Extra Rich Gilt, London. 3/4in(2cms) diameter£80-120
1562.   CHARBOROUGH HUNT BUTTONS
made by Doughty & Co of London circa 1836-1855, the 23 buttons with a fox motif and initials underneath. The initials probably representing a member of the Erle-Drax family, marked on the back, Doughty & Co, 103 St Martins Lane. Still in their original Doughty & Co paper wrapping.£80-120
1563.   A PAIR OF HOOF CANDLESTICKS
with plated tops and heart shaped bases, with pierced floral decoration. 12ins (30cms) high£30-50
1563A.  BRONZE GROUP - FOX & CUBS
by Sebastian Habenschaden 1813-1868 of Munich. Modelled with the fox and cubs playing around a tree stump. Signed and with a plaque on the back, and mounted on a wooden plinth. 6ins (15cms) high£400-500
1564.   HARE COURSING SILVER TROPHY
the silver trophy cup with Greek key borders, inscribed "Frome and District Coursing Club, presented by Mrs C Lister 1949. Makers mark, KB, London 1933, and mounted on a wooden plinth with the names of recipients. 10ins (25cms) wide, 19.5oz.£100-150
1565.   STEVENGRAPH - HARE COURSING
called 'The First Point', woven in silk with a hare coursing scene. Woven by Thomas Stevens, Coventry and London. Frame 9 1/2ins (24cms) across£30-50
1566.   HARE COURSING AND HUNTING
including two Greyhound 'slips' for releasing two dogs at a time. Also with letters and documents relating to the Hare Coursing Bill, the letters to Mr Fox then secretary of the Yeovil and Sherborne Coursing Club from a number of members of parliament. Also with a Swiss & Co.'s No 1 Hunting Map for East Cornwall, Devonshire, and West Somersetshire district, and a sporting book.£40-60
1566A.  BRONZE FOX
modelled in a seated position. 3 3/4ins (9cms) high£200-250
1567.   GREYHOUND MEMORABILIA - CROWN FOREST
a collection of prizes given to the owners of 'Crown Forest', for it's wins at the White City Stadium. Including a plated entree dish, coffee pot, silver rimmed decanter and candleabra, all inscribed. Also with a photograph of the dog with it's prizes.£40-60
1568.   A CROCODILE SKIN SUITCASE
with brass fittings and a lined interior. Stamped initials, RMF, and with a canvas outer case. 18ins (46cms) by 14ins (36cms)£80-120
1569.   MODEL OF A LONGDOG
the pottery figure on a rectangular base. Impressed marks difficult to read, model no 310. 9ins (23cms) high£30-50
1570.   PAIR OF SCOTTIE BOOK ENDS
the metal figures mounted on wooden plinths. 7 1/4ins (18cms) high£50-70
1570A.  COLD PAINTED BRONZE FOX
beautifully modelled, the fox crouched ready to attack. 7ins (18cms) high£120-180
1571.   BRONZE OF A GREYHOUND
the bronze sculpture naturalistically modelled, and mounted on a rectangular wooden plinth. 9 3/4ins (25cms) high overall£100-150
1572.   FONTAINEBLEAU MEISSEN STYLE GREYHOUND
the porcelain group beautifully modelled, the Greyhound astride a dead Hare and tree branch. Marked, Meissen style cross swords mark. J Fontainebleau. 6 1/2ins (16cms) high£150-200
1573.   BRONZE GREYHOUND GROUP - WILKINSON
of two dogs, one seated and one standing, on an oval base. Signed, C Wilkinson. 5 1/4ins (13cms) high£400-600
1574.   PAPER KNIFE
the handle in the form of an animal foot, with silver mount for The Pendle Forest Craven Harriers. 13 1/2ins (34cms) long£40-60
1575.   LOMAX FOLDING BOOT JACK
the wooden jack with brass inset studs. Stamped, Lomax, Cockayne. 20 1/2ins (52cms) long£40-60
1576.   LEATHER HUNTING HORN HOLSTER
the black leather case with loop handle. 10ins (25cms) long£40-60
1577.   LIZARD SKIN HANDBAG
fitted inside. 7 3/4ins (19cms) high£30-50
1578.   LEATHER HAT BOX
superb quality box with brass English lever lock. Stamped initials, RCHW. 14 1/2ins (37cms) across£80-120
1579.   A BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A FOX
by Emma MacDermott, the head naturalistically modelled and mounted on a stone base. Signed underneath, E Macd. 9 1/2ins (24cms) high£200-400
1580.   HORSE RACING POSTER - 1830
of Dover Races, that took place at Buckland Bottom. With a list of races and prizes, and mounted in an oak frame. 31ins (79cms) high£40-60
1581.   HORSE RACING CAR MASCOT
in chrome, with a horse and jockey by the finishing post. On a circular base. 6 1/4ins (16cms) high£50-80
1582.   LEATHER CASED TOP HAT
by Andre & Co of 163 Piccadilly, in a fitted leather case. Also with a bowler hat by Christy's of London. Case 14ins (36cms) across £50-80
1583.   BOWLER HATS
both by Lock & Co, St James St, London. Also with an anti cast roller, hock boots etc.£40-60
1584.   BRASS FOX DOOR STOP
the handle in the form of a riding crop, with foxes mask underneath. Heavily weighted. 14ins (36cms) high£50-70
1585.   HORSE MEASURING WALKING STICK
the wooden shaft with metal studded handle. The horse measuring stick concealed within the shaft. Silver mounts and inscription, JBS Royal Hotel, Ascot. 38ins (97cms) long£80-120
1586.   SWAINE & ADENEY HUNTING WHIP
with a simulated horn handle and leather shaft, and two fitted silver collars. Marked, Swaine Fibreglass, British Pat No 737585.£80-120
1587.   WALL MOUNTED FOX MASK AND WHIP
made in brass, with a fox mask at the centre on top of a model of a riding whip. 12ins (30cms) long£40-60
1588.   RARE ROYAL DOULTON CECIL ALDIN PLATES
both plates painted with Dog caricatures, on a light green ground. Designs taken from Cecil Aldin originals. Marked, Cecil Aldin, Royal Doulton. 9 1/2ins (24cms) diameter
*Royal Doulton produced 'Aldin's Dogs', a series of Decorative plates for approx twenty years from the 1920's.£80-120
1588A.  LEATHER SADDLE
made by Larkins of Horsham, the spring tree all purpose saddle 17ins.£80-120
1589.   3 IRISH MADE TOP HATS
one by W Dennehy & Sons Cork with a coloured band, and two hats by Woodrow of Dublin.£60-100
1590.   LOCK & CO BOWLER HATS
three hats by Lock & Co London, and three other bowler hats including one by Lincoln Bennett of Piccadilly.£60-100
1591.   LEATHER CASED HUNTING FLASK
of cylindrical form, with a plated top and leather straps. 10ins (25cms) long£60-100
1592.   A HORSESHOE CLOCK/BAROMETER - CORK
by Breton & Sons of Cork, both dials in white enamel and with metal horseshoe surrounds. The strut stand in the form of a ships mast, and dated Aug 18th 1883. 9 3/4ins (25cms) high£80-120
1593.   A HUNTING WHISTLE
with a carved horn mouthpiece, malacca shaft and leather grip.£40-60
1594.   CAST IRON UMBRELLA STAND
modelled as a dog with riding crop handle. 23ins (58cms) high£80-120
1595.   BLACK FOREST TABACCO JAR - DOG
made in the form of a dogs head, produced for the Swiss market, and marked Lugano. The hinged lid reveals a lined interior. 6 3/4ins (17cms) high£200-300
1596.   A LEATHER SHOTGUN CASE.
Alfred Davis label inset, fitted out for 30" barrelled shotgun.£70-100
1597.   BESWICK FOX - FIRESIDE MODEL
model number 2348, designed by Graham Tongue and issued between 1970-1984. From the fireside series. 12ins (30cms) high£150-250
1598.   A PAIR OF CAST SILVER FOX MASK STIRRUP CUPS
inscribed " To Mickey from his friends & supporters in the Worcestershire Hunt, 30th April 1977 " below a fox mask and initials WH. By Richard Comyns of London 1977. 5.75ins (14.5cms) 20oz£200-300
1599.   A PLATED SNAFFLES FIGURE - MR JORROCKS
the figure on horseback, with a circular base and on a wooden stand. Incised signature, Snaffles, 12, and Registration number. 7 1/4ins (18cms) high£60-100
1600.   SILVER CANDLE EXTINGUISHER - HUNTING HORN
in the form of a hunting horn, by E Baker & Son, Birmingham 1915. 12ins (30cms) long 1.2oz.£100-150
1600A.  LARGE BRITAINS HUNTING SET
comprising 27 hounds, 2 foxes, 6 foot servants, 4 side saddle figures on horseback, and 5 huntsmans on horseback. £300-400
1601.   A LATE VICTORIAN CAST SILVER LETTER CLIP
in the form of a fox jumping a fence, hallmarked London/Birmingham 1893. The clip and fox by different makers. The fox by A Barrett & Co. 4ins (10cms) long. 5.5oz.£150-200
1602.   VARIOUS HUNTING BUTTONS
mostly brass examples for a variety of hunts. Hunts include, Southdown, Bathursts, North Warwicks, Puckeridge etc. £60-80
1603.   HORSE MEASURING STICK
in the form of a walking stick, with a Malacca shaft and silver collar, and an antler handle. Handle lifts up to reveal a wooden measure. 36ins (92cms) long£200-300
1604.   EARLY LONG BOW
with a plain wooden shaft. 61ins (155cms) long£60-80
1605.   EARLY LONG BOW
the plain wooden shaft made in a hardwood. 76ins (193cms) long£60-80
1606.   ANTIQUE LONG BOW
the wooden shaft with horn terminals and velvet grip. 74ins (188cms) long£40-60
1607.   ANTIQUE LONG BOW
the wooden shaft with horn terminals and velvet grip. 73ins (186cms) long£40-60
1608.   ANTIQUE MAHOGANY BOOT STAND
with divisions for six pairs of boots, and turned hat pegs. 38ins (96cms) high£180-220
1609.   FOX TIMES DUMMY BOARD
possibly used for advertising, the board painted with a fox holding an edition of the 'Fox times'. 45ins (114cms) high£40-60
1610.   LEG OF MUTTON GUN CASE
the leather case with adjustable strap. 29 1/2ins (75cms) long£80-120
1611.   FOX DOOR STOP
the fox head in brass, heavily weighted. 7 3/4ins (19cms) high£40-60
1612.   LEG OF MUTTON GUN CASE
with a secure lever brass lock. 31ins (79cms) long£60-100
1613.   GOLD FOX STOCK PIN AND TWO HORSE BROOCHES
all 9ct gold, one Horse brooch showing two galloping horses, the other of a single horse.£180-220
1613A.  HORSE MEASURING WALKING STICK
with a bamboo shaft and lever in the handle revealing a wooden ruler. 36ins (92cms) long£50-70
1614.   LADIES RIDING CROP
the narrow leather crop with plated mounts. 22 1/2ins (57cms)£30-50
1615.   1875 Silver Horn and Case
VICTORIAN SILVER HUNTING HORN
makers mark, CB, London 1874. 10ins (25cms) high. 3.5oz£500-700
1615A.  COLLECTION OF RIDING CROPS
two with silver mounts, and various other crops. Also with a saddlebag etc.£50-70
1616.   A PAIR OF MODERN SILVER CONDIMENTS - HUNTING
salt & pepper in the form of hunting horns, made in silver and parcel-copperplate. Also with modern silver napkin rings in the form of stirrups, pair of bottles with silver fox mask spouts, and other decorative items. Makers mark, P & B, London, 1984. 5.7ins (14cms) high£100-150
1617.   A MOUNTED FOX MASK
on an oak shield. Also with a stuffed Jay in a glass case.£30-50
1618.   A MOUNTED STAGS HEAD
on an oak shield, marked Pothiemurchus. Also with a mounted Fallow head, and some mounted antlers.£60-100
1619.   LEOPARD SKIN RUG
full length skin. 86ins (218cms) long£40-60
1620.   OTTERS HEAD - ROWLAND WARD
mounted on an oak plaque, inscription reads Courtenay Tracy Otter Hounds, Bagber Bridge, 14.5.51. Rowland Ward label on the back. Also with a dated fox mask and another, and a fur.£60-100
1620A.  A STUFFED MINK
the head and shoulders mounted on an oak shield.£30-50
1621.   A STUFFED BADGER
full length, on a wooden plinth.£80-120
1622.   STUFFED BARN OWL AND PHEASANT
both on wooden plinths.
£60-80
1623.   FOX MASK AND BRUSH
mounted on a wooden shield, also with a stuffed squirrel and Jay.£60-100
1624.   A SNOWY OWL IN CASE
a wonderful Snowy Owl, on a naturalistic snowy crag. In a wooden case. Case 29ins (74cms) high£200-300
1625.   OTTERS HEAD
the head mounted on an oak shield, dated 7th June 1919 271/2lbs. £70-90
1626.   FOX MASK
the head mounted on an oak shield, label on the back for F W Bartlett of Bunbury. Writing in pen, N.W.Hounds, Hunningham Coppice, Sept 1937.£40-60
1627.   A CASED STUFFED HERON
full length, with a painted backdrop and a number of other birds including a Kingfisher. Case 38ins (96cms) high£200-300
1628.   CASED FISH
of a small pike and a perch, in a square case with naturalistic background. 17ins by 15ins.£60-100
1629.   MOUNTED OTTERS HEAD
on an oak shield. label on back for W K Petherick Taunton.£30-50
1630.   A STUFFED FOX
full size model, mounted on a modern wooden plinth. £40-60
1631.   A STUFFED PHEASANT
full size model, on a modern wooden plinth.£40-60
1632.   MOUNTED FOX MASK
on an oak shield, and dated Jan 22nd 1908.£30-50
1633.   CASED EXOTIC BIRDS
a large display, with various exotic birds placed on branches and fauna. Under a large glass dome. Also with a cased Kingfisher. 30ins (76cms) high£200-300
1633A.  A LARGE STAGS HEAD
mounted on a wooden shield. Head 31ins (79cms) high£200-300
1634.   MOUNTED FOX MASK - AYLESBURY HUNT
the fox head mounted on an oak plinth. Inset label reads, Vale of Aylesbury Hunt, Kingston Wood, October 25th, 1972. Label for Rowland Ward on the back. Plaque 13ins (33cms) high
£40-60
1635.   BUFFALO SKULL
unmounted head and horns.£50-80
1635A.  A MOUNTED FOX - HUNTING
standing upright and fully clothed in hunting clothing, holding a hunting horn and standing a circular wooden base. 35ins (89cms) high£150-250
1636.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
Sport in War, 1936, 4to; Beasts of the chase, 1950; Ogilvie, Will H. A Handful of Leather, 1928. Orig. cloth, d.ws. Colour plates and other illustrations. (3)£50-70
1637.   CRICKET BOOKS
34 various modern Cricket books. (34)£100-150
1638.   RANJITSINHJI, K S
The Jubilee Book of Cricket, Edinburgh and London 1897. Portraits. Signature of the author on slip printed Sussex County Cricket Club pasted to verso of frontispiece (some spotting to text, end leaves marked with sellotape). Selkirk, George H, Guide to the Cricket Ground, London and Cambridge, 1867. Folding score sheet and plates. Both 8vo, orig. cloth. (2)£100-120
1639.   CRICKET BOOKS
34 various volumes. (34)£100-150
1640.   HUNTING BOOKS AND POSTCARDS
including a Hunting Diary 1922-23 and various related books. Also with a number of Hunting postcards, pictures and ephemera.£50-100
1641.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
illus. Nine titles, including Hunting Songs, 1925; The Wiles of the Fox, 1932; with 5 others, including The Sport of Queens by Dick Francis, 1957 signed by the author in 1969. 4to., and 8vo., orig. cloth. illustrated. (14)£60-80
1642.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
The Devon and Somerset Staghounds, 1936, written by E. T. MacDermot and illustrated by Lionel Edwards.£200-250
1642A.  ALCOCK, C W - FAMOUS CRICKETERS AND CRICKET GROUNDS
edited by C W Alcock, leather binding and numerous plates, of players and grounds of the day.
£200-250
1643.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
Tally Ho Back, 1931, by Rancher and plates by Lionel Edwards.£30-40
1644.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
The Horn, 1937, written by Patrick Chalmers and illustrated by Lionel Edwards.£30-40
1645.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
Sport in War, 1936, written by Captain Lionel Dawson and illustrated by Lionel Edwards.£30-40
1646.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
A Leicestershire Sketch Book, 1935, written and illustrated by Lionel Edwards.£35-45
1647.   LIONEL, EDWARDS
Royal Newmarket, 1945, written by R C Lyle and illustrated by Lionel Edwards.£30-40
1648.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
Sketches in Stable and Kennel, reprint 1944, by Lionel Edwards.£30-40
1649.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
Sporting Verse, 1927, written by Adam Lindsay Gordon and illustrated by Lionel Edwards.£20-30
1650.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
Master of the Sporting Scene, reprint 1986, written by J.N.P Watson.£20-30
1651.   OGILVIE, WILL
A Handful of Leather, 1928, and Over the Grass, 1925. Both illustrated by Lionel Edwards. (2)£50-70
1652.   STREET, A G
In his own Country, 1950, with drawings by Lionel Edwards.£20-30
1653.   MYTTON, JOHN
The Life of John Mytton, 1925, with coloured plates after the original illustrations by Alken and Rawlings.£25-35
1654.   BADMINTON LIBRARY
Racing & Steeple-Chasing, 1889, and Hunting, 1888. (2)£40-50
1655.   COLQUHOUN, JOHN
Sporting Days. Edinburgh & London 1866. Bookplate of the Piscatorial Society, and presentation inscription on half title from J. W. Gant, 1875.--Francis, Francis. A book on Angling, Fifth Edition, 1880. Frontispiece and 16 plates, 6 of them coloured (spine faded)--Thorne, James. Rambles by Rivers. The Thames. 2 vols in one, 1847. Text illustrations.--Stewart, W. C. The Practical Angler...,Fourth Edition, Edinburgh, 1861. Text illustrations (title stained, spine chipped) 8vo, or 12mo.,orig. cloth. With 4 others. (8)£100-200
1656.   FISHING BOOKS
28 various volumes including: Badminton Library. Cholmondeley-Pennell, H, Fishing, Salmon & Trout, Sixth edition, revised, 1893; Pike and other Coarse Fish, 1901 (bit soiled). Illustrated--Westwood, T. & T. Satchell. Bibliotheca Piscatoria, reprint, 1966. Mostly 8vo., orig. cloth. (28)£80-120
1657.   GRESHAM ANGLING SOCIETY
Papers Sessions 1882-83. 8vo., orig. cloth gilt.£200-300
1658.   HALFORD, FREDERICK M
Dry-Fly Fishing in Theory and Practice. 1889. 8vo., orig. cloth gilt. Lithographic frontispiece and 25 plates, some coloured. With 2 others by the same. (3)£100-120
1659.   HAMILTON, EDWARD
Recollections of Fly Fishing...,1884. 8vo., orig. cloth gilt. Mezzotint frontispiece and 5 plates. With 25 others on fishing. (26)£100-150
1660.   HAWKER, LT COL. PETER
instructions to young sportsmen...,Sixth Edition, 1830. 8vo.,cont. green stained calf gilt (spine faded, rubbed). Frontispiece, portrait, plates and text illustrations (frontis. reinserted with tape, lower margins of plates stained) With 27 others on fishing. (28)£100-150
1661.   JACKSON, JOHN
The Practical Fly-Fisher; More particularly for Grayling or Umber. Third Edition, 1880. 8vo., orig. cloth gilt. 10 coloured plates. Bookplate of the Piscatorial Society, with presentation inscription on flyleaf with W. H Broughton. £100-150
1662.   MAXWELL, SIR HERBERT
Chronicles of the Houghton Fishing Club 1822 - 1908. 1908. No 19 of 350 copies. 4to., orig. cloth, t.e.g., other edges uncut. Portraits and plates.£80-120
1663.   SANDEMAN, FRASER
By Hook and by Crook, Henry Southeran, 1892. 8vo., orig. cloth gilt (soiled). 16 plates, 5 of them chromolithographs. Signature of (Lord) Yarborough on flyleaf.£80-120
1664.   SHIPLEY, WILLIAM
A True Treatise on the Art of Fly-Fishing, Trolling, etc., edited by Edward Fitzgibbon, 1838. 12mo., orig. cloth, spine gilt (lightly soiled). Frontispiece.£60-80
1665.   SKUES, G.E.M
Minor Tactics of the Chalk Stream, A. & C. Black, 1910. 8vo., orig. cloth gilt (slightly soiled). Coloured frontispiece. With two others by the same. (3)£80-120
1666.   SKUES, G.E.M
The Way of a Trout with a Fly, A. & C. Black, 1921. 3 plates, 2 of them in colour; side-lines, side-lights & reflections, Seeley, Service & cO., 1932. 8 Photographic plates. 8vo., orig. cloth (some spotting to text in first vol) (2)£100-120
1667.   SIMPSON, CHARLES
Leicestershire & It's Hunts,1926, 2 short tears to spine; The Harboro Country, 1927 (torn d.w). With another illus by the same. 4to; orig. cloth. Illustrated, including colour plates. (3)£30-50
1668.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
illus. Royal Newmarket, 1945.d.w. With 6 others illus by the same, and 14 others on horses. 4to.and 8vo.orig. bindings. Illustrated. (21)£40-60
1669.   RIDING EPHEMERA
including a large quantity of Welsh Pony & Cobb Society volumes, Riding Magazines circa 1930's, two riding hats etc.£20-40
1669A.  A QTY OF HORSE RACING REFERENCE BOOKS
including Hunter Chasers Point to Point, Hunters Guide, Race Form, and various others.
1670.   STEWART, F A
Hunting Countries, 1935. Signed in pencil on title. Cross Country With Hounds, 1936; Hark to Hounds, 1937. All ablong 4to., orig. cloth d.ws. (2nd & 3rd titles with defective d.ws.) Colour and plain plates. (3)£200-250
1671.   A LARGE COLLECTION OF HUNTING & HORSE BOOKS
including both old and modern books. Including, A Treatise on Fox-Hunting by Vyner, Foxiana by Bell, The Heythrop Hunt by Hutchinson etc. £50-100
1672.   EDWARDS, LIONEL
My Hunting Sketch Book, two volumes 1928-30 (vol 1 2nd impression). 4to, orig cloth (slightly soiled). Mounted colour plates and other illustrations. (2)£80-120
1673.   ARMOUR, G DENHOLM
Hunts With Jorrocks, illus, second edition 1908; Thoughts on Hunting, orig. cloth gilt. Spines faded, 2nd vol soiled, colour plates, tipped in. (2)£40-60
1674.   MUNNINGS, SIR ALFRED
Autobiography,3 volumes (vol 1 reprint) Oct 1952, vol 2 Second Edition Dec 1951, vol 3 Oct 1952. (3)£30-50
1675.   PAYNE, C.J "SNAFFLES"
A Half Century of Memories, reprint 1950, with two others illustrated by the same, and Royal Newmarket illus by Lionel Edwards (1945). (4)£20-30
1676.   WABBURTON, R.E EGERTON
Hunting Songs, 1925, tipped in colour plates by Lionel Edwards. Buchanan-Jardine, Sir John, Hounds of the World, signed edition no 78 of 600 copies, 1979. With ten other Hunting related books. (12)£80-120
1677.   LYNE, MICHAEL
A Parsons Son, limited signed edition, no 32 of 750 copies, 1974. With two other books. (3)£30-40
1678.   SPORTING BOOKS. 20 VARIOUS VOLUMES
including titles by or about Lionel Edwards, Michael Lyne, Lionel Dawson, Roger Longrigg, Cecil Aldin, C F Tunnicliffe, and Jim Meads. Various sizes and bindings.£50-100
1679.   FRY, C.B.
Magazine of Sports and Outdoor Life. Vols 1 - 10. 1904 - 09. 8vo., orig. green cloth. Numerous illustrations. (10)

1679A.  OSBALDESTON, GEORGE
Squire Osbaldeston: his autobiography. Edited by E D Cumming, London and New York April 1926. 4to.,orig. cloth. Colour and plain plates (pencil annotations in the text, ex library label on verso of lower cover). With 3 others illustrated by Lionel Edwards: Forrard-On, 1930; Tally-Ho-Back, 1931, Sketches in Stable and Kennel, 1933, and 11 other volumes. (15)£50-70
1680.   O'DONOGHUE, POWER
Ladies on Horseback, 1889, third edition. With three other Sporting books. (4)£30-50
1681.   HARDY ST ANDREW FLY REEL
from the Lightweight series and produced between 1961-64. The 4" alloy reel marked, Made by Hardy Bros Ltd, England, St Andrew.£80-120
1682.   G FARLOW FISHING REEL
3 3/4" brass reel with ivory winder. Some wear to both sides. Marked, G Farlow, Makers 191 Strand London. £40-60
1683.   J BERNARD FISHING REEL
3 3/4" brass reel, with an ivory style winder. Marked, J Bernard & Son, 4 Church Place, Piccadilly London. £40-60
1684.   VARIOUS FISHING REELS
including casting reels etc, including an American patent reel.£30-50
1685.   VARIOUS CASTING REELS
including a Shakespeare Mustang, Daiwa Millionaire II series, and various others. All boxed.£40-60
1686.   FISHING FLIES AND BOOKS
including two cased sets of fishing flies, House of Hardy Catalogue, and books on fly dressing and tying.£30-50
1687.   HARDY 'WYE' SALMON ROD
11' rod, the four section cane rod in it's original canvas bag. Marked, The Wye, Palakona.£250-300
1688.   VARIOUS FISHING RODS
including various antique and modern fishing rods. Including cane rods, modern rods in tubes etc.£40-60
1689.   HARDY 'PERFECT FLY REEL
3 1/2" reel with wide drum. Marked, Made by Hardy Bros Ltd, Alnwick England.£60-80
1690.   ROBERTSONS OF GLASGOW FLY REEL
3 3/4" reel, also with an Albu Ambassador multiplier, another reel by Garnett, fishing flies and accessories etc. £60-80
1691.   PHOTOGRAPH - FLY FISHING
a photograph of Frederick Alford, a famous Fisherman. Framed with a 'fly' inside the frame.£30-50
1692.   A HEAVY DUTY SPLIT CANE ROD
11'3" 3 piece rod with two tops, one short for spinning. Also with an unnamed split cane Salmon rod 12'6", and a similar example. (3)£50-80
1693.   A VERY FINE PALAKONA JJH SPINNING ROD
9' 6" 2 piece rod with stud lock ferrule. Few signs of use.£60-80
1694.   AN AMERICAN SPLIT CANE TROUT ROD
9' 0" 3 piece rod, also with a 3 piece general rod with split cane top plus a similar in greenheart. (3)£30-50
1695.   AN AERIAL TYPE 4" REEL
stamped Army and Navy. Also with an unnamed 4" alloy spinning reel, a boxed multiplier and various other items.£50-70
1696.   AN ALLCOCKS AERIAL 4" REEL
BP line guard, but face plate damaged. Stamped, The Allcock Aerial, J Allcock & Co, Redditch, England.£50-70
1697.   PLAYFAIR ALLOY 4" FLY REEL
stamped, Playfair Aberdeen.£20-30
1698.   SHARPES 3 3/4" FLY REEL
The Gordon, in very good condition. Marked, Sharpes of Aberdeen.£20-30
1699.   G LITTLE 4" FLY REEL
with a brass drum, also with a further metal 4" reel. Stamped, G Little Makers to HRH Prince of Wales.£30-40
1700.   J BERNARD OF LONDON BRASS FLY REEL
4 1/2" reel, plus a further brass reel stamped R Heatons Patent 3250. Reel stamped, J Bernard Makers, 5 Church Place Piccadilly London.£30-40
1701.   AN INTERESTING ADAPTA CASE STYLE REEL
the spinning reel marked, Grice & Young Ltd Christchurch.£20-30
1702.   ALLCOCKS MATCH AERIAL REEL
4 1/2", in good condition and contained in it's original box. Marked, Match Aerial, Allcocks, Redditch England.£60-80
1703.   C FARLOW & CO 4 1/4" BRASS REEL
stamped, Mallochs Patent, C Farlow & Co 10 Charles St, St James' Sq. With a similar reel with swivel drum, stamped Malloch - Erskine Patent.
£60-80
1704.   A UTK PILLARED MULTIPLIER
1 3/4" over pillars. Marked, UTK Trade Mark, Regus Pat Off. Also with fly winch.£30-40
1705.   A & G WILSON 4 1/2" REEL
an interesting early reel, made in brass and wood, with an ivory handle. Stamped, A & G Wilson Edinburgh, Fishing Rod and Tackle Makers to his late RHPA.£50-80
1706.   FARLOWS SERPENT 4" REEL
in good condition, also with a Farlows Ambassador 4" reel in fair condition.£20-30
1707.   C FARLOW & CO PATENT LEVER BRASS FLY REEL
4 1/4" stamped marks, No 2320, C Farlow & Co, 191 Strand London. Also with a Farlows alloy 3 3/4" reel. Both in reasonable order.£30-40
1708.   EMSLIE OF DUNDEE BRASS FLY REEL
2 7/8" reel, also with an unmarked pillared brass reel with attached winding handle. Stamped, Emslie Maker Dundee.£20-30
1709.   AMERICAN PFLUEGER PAKRON REEL
the alloy reel with balanced winding arm. Marked, Pflueger Pakron, no 3178, Made in USA, Patented.£20-30
1710.   A LARGE WOODEN SEA REEL
7 3/4" made in mahogany and brass with double check mechanism. With a brass wheel back and tension adjuster. Unmarked.£50-80
1711.   ALLCOCK STANLEY THREADLINE REEL
marked pat number 276861, S Allcock & Co, Redditch England. Also with a Tokoz Record fixer spool.£20-30
1712.   ALLCOCK STANLEY THREADLINE REEL
pat no 273361, S Allock & Co, Redditch England. Also with a Allcock Duplex fixed spool.£20-30
1713.   HARDY HARDEX FIXED SPOOL REEL
marked, The Hardex Reel, Hardy Bros Ltd, Alnwick England. Also with a Hardy St John fly reel in worn condition.£50-70
1714.   HARDY SUNBEAM REEL - 3 1/2"
in it's original case, marked Hardy Bros Ltd, The Sunbeam 6/7. Also with a Hardy Viscount 3 1/4" reel.£50-70
1715.   HARDY MARQUIS NO 2 SALMON REEL
4" reel in a fitted case. Marked, Marquis Salmon No 2, Made by Hardy Bros Ltd, England.£40-60
1716.   HARDY SUPER SILEX 4" REEL
in original box, marked Hardy Bros Ltd, Alnwick England.£50-70
1717.   HARDY PALAKONA FISHING ROD
9'0" two piece rod, in fine condition.£60-80
1718.   UNUSUAL SPLIT CANE TRAVELING FLY ROD
10'0" five piece rod, with two tops of different lengths.£60-80
1719.   MILWARD SPLIT CANE SPINNING ROD
8'9" two piece rod, with only slight signs of use.£40-60
1720.   HARDY PALAKONA KOH-I-NOR FLY ROD
8'9" two piece rod, with two tops one of which is a replacement. Also with a Hardy Perfection two piece rod.£60-80
1721.   SPLIT CANE SALMON ROD
15'0" three piece rod in fair condition. Also with another Salmon rod by Haynes, 17'6" in three pieces with two tops.£20-30
1722.   A SPLIT CANE SEA ROD
9'0" three piece rod, and a split cane three piece coarse rod, 11'0". Both in good condition.£30-40
1723.   A SPLIT CANE TROUT ROD
the three piece rod with two tops of different lengths, 9'6". Also a Hardy three piece salmon rod in need of attention, 14'6". £30-40
1724.   SHAKESPEARE CARBO THREE PIECE COARSE ROD
11'0", plus a two piece graphite trout rod, 8'0". Both in fine condition.£20-30
1725.   A HARDY FIBATUBE FLY ROD
a two piece rod 8'0", and a Hardy Richmond Walker Superlite two piece rod, 9'3". Both in good condition.£20-30
1726.   A MUCH USED SEA ROD
8'0" two piece rod, another sea rod 6'0" in fair condition, and a 6'6" glass spinning rod.£15-25
1727.   A WHOLE CANE /SPLICED CANE COURSE ROD
12'6", a glass coarse rod The Firebird 10'0", and a further spliced split coarse rod 13'0". All in good condition.£20-30
1728.   A SPLIT CANE TROUT ROD
by J B Walker of Newcastle, the two piece rod 8'6" and in used condition. Plus a good glass spinning rod, 8'0".£20-30
1729.   SHAKESPEARE STRAIGHT FIBRE GLASS ROD
two piece rod, also with a glass trout rod 8'6", and a heavy duty spliced greenheart salmon rod 16'0" in three sections. All in fair condition.£20-30
1730.   A SHAKESPEARE CARBON MATCH ROD
in three sections 13'0", a split cane sea rod 6'0", and a Japanese split cane fly rod with additional spinning top 8'3". Fair condition only.£20-30
1731.   TWO GLASS SPINNING RODS
both well used, and two glass sea rods with two butt joints and three interchangable tops. Some signs of use.£20-30
1732.   A CANE COARSE ROD
14'0", also with an interesting two piece spinning rod 7'9". Also a glass malica rod and a glass two piece rod.£20-30
1733.   FIVE ASSORTED FISHING RODS
including a greenheart salmon rod, a further greenheart rod, two trout rods and one other.£20-30
1734.   THREE SPLIT CANE RODS
including a two piece sea rod, a three piece trout rod, and another rod.£20-30
1735.   A QUANTITY OF FISHING REELS
including various brass examples, one stamped G Bustin Oxford. Also with some wooden and alloy reels.£40-60
1736.   A QUANTITY OF FISHING REELS
including a cased reel by Ryobi, with assorted alloy and brass reels.£40-60
1737.   A QUANTITY OF FISHING REELS
including various boxed and unboxed examples, Alvey wooden reel and various others.£40-60
1738.   A LARGE QUANTITY OF FISHING REELS
mostly wooden examples of various sizes, most of them early 20th century.£40-60
1739.   A QUANTITY OF FISHING REELS
including some boxed and unboxed examples. Some wooden examples, and a variety of others.£40-60
1740.   A LARGE QUANTITY OF FISHING EQUIPMENT
including gaffs, fishing flies, and various other items. Mostly of an antique nature.£50-70
1741.   A QUANTITY OF FISHING RODS
mostly split cane examples, various bags etc.£20-40
1741A.  A FISHING ROD CABINET
of slender form, in mahogany with compartments inside. 73ins (185cms) high£30-50
1742.   A PALAKONA JJH NO 1 TROUT FLY ROD
9'6 3 piece rod, also with a Hardy 3 piece salmon fly rod. The Hardy rod marked, To HM King George V, 12' with two tops and shorter spare. (2)£60-100
1743.   A WALKER BAMPTON SPLIT CANE SALMON ROD
11' 0" 2 piece rod. Also with an Allcocks split cane spinner "The Nimrod", and a Martin James split cane fly rod. (3)£60-100
1744.   A HARDY SILEX 3 1/2" SPINNING REEL
in good condition, also with another fly reel 3 1/2" The Bute. (2)£60-80
1745.   MALLOCHS PATENT DRUM REEL
in good condition, also with two circular fly boxes with spinners etc, and a simple line winder.£30-50
1746.   A HARDY 3' 1/4" FISHING REEL
The Princess, from the lightweight series. Marked, Made by Hardy Bros, England.£40-60
1747.   OGDEN SMITH TROUT FLY REEL
'The Exchequer' in it's original box. Also with another reel, winder etc.£30-50
1748.   HARDY 'SUPER SILEX' FISHING REEL
the 4 1/2" reel with ivorine handle, also with a wooden and brass reel and Oxby Cast Tyer. Stamped, Made by Hardy Bros Ltd, Alnwick, England. £50-80
1749.   A HARDY FIVE PIECE TRAVELLING FISHING ROD
the wooden rod with brass joints, and contained in a canvas bag. Stamped, Hardy Bros Ltd, makers Alnwick, England, G1324. Also with four other fishing rods and landing net a/f.£60-100
1750.   HARDY MARQUIS SALMON NO 2 FISHING REEL
4" reel, in it's original case and with a spare spool. Stamped, Made by Hardy Bros Ltd, England.£80-120
1751.   HARDY MARQUIS 8/9 FISHING REEL
3 1/2" reel, in it's original case and with spare spool. Stamped, Made by Hardy Bros Ltd, England.£80-120
1752.   HARDY PERFECT FISHING REEL
3 3/8" reel, in it's original case and with a spare spool. Stamped, Made by Hardy Bros Ltd, England.£100-150
1753.   HARDY PERFECT FISHING REEL
3 5/8" reel, in it's original case and with a spare spool. Stamped, Made by Hardy Bros Ltd, England.£100-150