CLOS VOUGEOT 1967 Grand Cru Cote DOr, Bo
SILVER DENARIUS: C. SERVILIUS, 57 BC. Ob
T. NEWTON A 12 BORE SIDE BY SIDE BOXLOCK
A ZEISS IKON CONTAX CAMERA L81441, fitte
CARRUADES DE LAFITE ROTHSCHLD 1997 Pauil
A LEITZ LEICAFLEX CAMERA, body only, No.
PENFOLDS GRANGE HERMITAGE Bin 95 1983 bo
A JAPANESE SHORT SWORD, 43cm blade, c.19
A SILVER PIN CUSHION modelled as a seate
An 18th century Chinese God of War, depi
AN EARLY TO MID 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BRO
A pair of North African open armchairs,
SEVEN BLACK FOLDERS CONTAINING CERTIFIED
A Korean elm apothecary cabinet, late Ch
AN ALUMINIUM SECTION OF A WORLD WAR II L
KOKE BARBERS SUPPLY CO St Louis USA A la
AN OVER & UNDER PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL
A ZEISS IKON CONTAREX CAMERA fitted a Ca
A 1915 SOVEREIGN mounted within a 9ct go
A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD CASED HALF HUNTER
KELVIN BOTTOMLEY & BAIRD LTD. A brass bi
A LADYS THREE-QUARTER LENGTH FUR COAT wi
CASTILLO YGAY Gran Reserva Especial 1942
A bronze ships bell engraved, HMS Felix,
A MOORCROFT EARTHENWARE BOWL, trailed an
A LADYS BREITLING CHRONOMETER DIAMOND SE
A 20th century leaded stained glass pane
A maritime name plate, Cardigan Bay oak
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Lot 8
23rd February 2018
A MATCHED SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SET comprising; a Victorian teapot, milk jug and two-handled sugar bowl, with a William IV coffee pot. The tea and coffee pot both have scrolling acanthus thumb piece handles and floral knops to the hinged covers. Thecoffee pot is by Edward, Edward Junior, John and William Barnard, London 1831. The teapot is by Henry Holland, London 1859. The sugar bowl is by Joseph Angell I and Joseph Angell II, London 1847 and the milk jug is by Richard Pearce and George Burrows, London 1840, combined weight 2,213g
£900
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Lot 6
27th February 2015
EDWARD, EDWARD JUNIOR, JOHN & William Barnard AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER DRUM MUSTARD POT of plain Georgian cylindrical form (without liner), inscribed inside cover, London 1844, together with a PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTS FOR CANDLESTICKS to decorativelyreflect the light, and TWO OTHER SMALL PIECES OF SILVER, together with a plated CONDIMENT SPOON and SUGAR NIPS, weighable silver 550g.
£80
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