ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES
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Took place on Friday 14th of December 2018
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A GLAZED MAHOGANY DISPLAY CASE WITH AN ASSORTMENT OF EARLY BUTTERFLY COLLECTORS EQUIPMENT. Entomological pins in original boxes and packaging, sample card issued by L. Christie, entomologist, pocket lenses, various forceps, nests of glass topped collecting tubs etc.
A LATE VICTORIAN 24 DRAWER BUTTERFLY COLLECTORS CABINET, having two stacks of 12 drawer formation with 2 top compartments to accommodate storage cases, books etc., original glazed drawers constructed in deal with single brass ring pulls, plastozotelined, numbered to back of drawer, English pin depth, drawer size 36cm x 41cm, overall dimensions 92cm x 42cm x 114cm (twin doors detached requiring restoration. Beading fitted to accommodate glass or panels)
A PARTRIDGE Taxidermy specimen, open mounted, on turned wood circular plinth, 17cm high
D.L. KENINGALE, TAXIDERMIST A WELL MODELLED JACKDAW SPECIMEN presented in a jungle green taped case, with natural ground and grasswork, and expressive painted backdrop, with trademark farthing coin set into groundwork, stamped and signed verso, case no.1042, 42.5cm x 37cm
SERIES OF 24 MALE, FEMALE, UNDERSIDE, THE FALSE HEATH FRITILLARY, neatly arranged and presented in glazed display case
SERIES OF 26 MALE, FEMALE, UNDERSIDE, THE HEATH FRITILLARY, presented in glazed display case
A MEGALODON TOOTH (Carcharocles Megalodon) from an extinct big tooth shark, lived approximately 2.6 million to 23 million years ago, thought to have reached a length of 18m