A GILBERT AND BARKER MODEL E245 SKELETON
AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING, the rectang
18TH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL Woman Selling
A FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY FR
A SET OF ELEVEN POINT ANTLERS and part s
A WILLIAM MOORCROFT CERAMIC VASE of squa
A LATE 19TH /EARLY 20TH CENTURY SHOWWOOD
A POSSIBLY LATE 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LO
Helen Sinclair Reverie a carved reconsti
A SHERATON REVIVAL FRENCH DESIGN TWO TIE
A JAPANESE SATSUMA EARTHENWARE VASE with
A brass binnacle cased ships compass, ci
A 19TH CENTURY TIBETAN BRONZE TEMPLE GUA
A Canberra bomber ejection seat (the Can
A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE LACQUER WORK TAB
A 1915 AUSTRIAN GOLD FRANC
A JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD CARVED IVORY FIG
TWO ROYAL DOULTON SLATERS PATENT EARTHEN
AN 18CT GOLD CASED HUNTER POCKET WATCH,
19TH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL Vase of Flower
A maritime name plate, Cardigan Bay oak
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRENCH FANCY GILT
A late 20th century carved and painted w
A pair of George II style four branch si
NORMAN HEPPLE, R.A. (1908-1994) (ARR App
FROM THE ESTATE OF THE LATE BARONESS FAL
A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY PROBABLE
A brass binnacle cased ships compass, be
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Took place on Thursday 28th of April 2011

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Sold Price
Description
600
£1500
EX BAGINGTON CASTLE, NR. COVENTRY A COLLECTION OF EARLY TERRACOTTA FLOOR TILES comprising nine crates each of 48 10.5cm x 10.5cm square tiles (approx 432 tiles), together with 2 boxes of 8 (16 in all) with Phoenix design and 14 other boxes of tile pieces, some boxes bear labels City Museum, Coventry and reference to Chatwin. (Provenance - Bagington Castle was re-built circa 1397 by Sir Wm. Bagot. It was owned by Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick in 1471 and William Bromley in 1618. By 1630, it was a ruin. Excavations were carried out between 1933 and 1948 by our client's family. Finds associated with its occupation include a large quantity of heraldic floor tiles and ex situ masonry. This collection forms part of that find and was surplus to the museum's requirements)
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605
£70
AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH WALNUT DOUBLE BED with floral upholstered head and footboards and decorative side rails, complete with planked mattress base