An Edwardian oval silver twin handled tray, London 1900, maker James Dixon and sons. Monogrammed and dated 1909 to centre. Weight 3200gm, size 63 x 42cm.
A Victorian silver castle-top card case. The Royal Exchange London in high relief with a foliage scroll border and reverse by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1844. Monogram to reverse. 10 x 7 cm. Weight 74.5gm.
A Limoges 'Elisabeth' Bernardaud Golden Phoenix pattern 8 piece dinner and tea service commemorating Queen Elizabeth II visit to France in 1957 comprising; 1 x soup tureen 22cms h x 30cms d, 2 x tureens 17cms h x 28cms d, 1 x oval platter 38.5cms d, 1 x gravy boat, 8 x dinner plates 26.5cms d, 8 x medium plates 22cms d, 8 x side plates 16cms d, 8 x fruit plates, 8 x soup dishes and saucers, 8 x tea cups and saucers, 8 x coffee cups and saucers, 1 x cake plate and knife, 1 x tea pot 26cms h, 1 x coffee pot 19cms h, 1 x lidded sugar bowl 16cms h and a cream jug. 91 pieces in total.
Hergé: Four original sketches by Belgium artist Hergé along with four comic books from the 40s and 50s 'On a Marche sur la Lune', 'Le Tresor Rackham Le Rouge', 'Objectif Lune' and 'The secret of the Unicorn' two of which with signatures from Hergé which were signed in person in 1953 (Le Tresor Rackham Le Rouge and The secret of the Unicorn). From the family of the recipient of the signed book.
Early Chinese porcelain Meiping vase subtlety decorated with 12 peaches. 19cm h.
A superb 19thC walnut circular dining table in the manner of Thomas Hope. Made from one piece of wood. Top 193cm d. Provenance by family descent from large house on Richmond Hill. Pictured in Yorkshire life 1952. Associated with lot 985.
A pair of antique silver Arab Ottoman Persian Middle East shoes Harem Princess. Circa 1850-1900. 19cms l.
A fine quality 18thC mahogany bracket clock by John Baker of Hull, with double fusee movement, verge escapement, brass face and engraved back plate with pull repeat mechanism.
29cms w x 19cms d x 47cms h (handle down).
A collection of boxed NZG Modelle metal diecast vehicles including 165 Fuchs Hydraulik Bagger, 2x 222 Cat 769C Truck, 286 Crawler Excavator, 141 JCB 807, R-10 Large Diameter Drill Rig, 164 Terex GM 82-50 Crawler, 185 Fuchs Hydraulik-Krane, 2x 204 Ruston-Bucyrus 155-RH Hydraulic Excavator, 231 Demac Road Finisher, 190 Cat 215, 205 Kettendozer Cat D4E, 256 Grove Manlift and New Holland Toploader.
Three pieces 19thC or earlier carvings, believed to have been pew ends retrieved from an abbey that perished in a fire. Two measuring 30 x 26.5cms.