Images of some of the items in our September 26th sale:
Bottle of malt whisky and drug jar marked 1665, 7.5″ high.
Brocas cricket bat “Eton Aug 30 1861″ and Armand Marseille doll marked 390 A16M, 34” high.
Various clocks circa 1900.
Coloured pencil drawing Hubert Robert 10.25″ x 7.5″, a collection of WWI medals including Military and Victory with endorsement.
Regency painted chair and painted chest.
Selection of Oriental carpets and military chest.
Art Nouveau style table and five-section Globe Wernicke bookcase.
19th century bronze and gilt metal candlesticks, 11″, and blue glass and ormolu horns of plenty, 9.5″.
Spelter horse head inkwell.
Various clocks and pill boxes including enamel.
Cigars and pair of 19th century ormolu braziers, 12.5″.
Painted silk and mother-of-pearl fan, signed Viteau.
Spode armorial plates, 10″ and three 19th century Worcester dishes, 6.75″.
18th century Sevres dish, 6″ square.
Seven trompe l’oeil watercolours, two 12″ x 18″ and five 14″ x 20.5″ approximately, and a needlepoint picture of a spaniel.
C. Varley landscapes, both 5.75″ x 8″ approximately.
Pair of Edwardian chairs and marquetry tray on stand.
Club fender 48″ (inside) and a 19th century clock set impressed Bruchon.
A Bally 801 ‘Penny Star’ electro-mechanical one-arm
bandit slot machine.