An interesting collection of ephemera including the Radio Times Coronation Issue 1953, Union Jack Magazine 1926, approximately eight Elvis Magazines, Elvis Mail, five copies of Art Journal 1852, The Man of Sorrows by Elbert Hubbard produced by The Roycrofters, East Aurora New York 1905 in soft suede binding, four old bottles, retro glasses including Ray-Ban and Versace, etc.
A model Jaguar R1 race car signed Eddie Irvine, a transportation ticket for Lennox Lewis vs Mike Tyson fight June 8 2002 (cost 2400 US dollars), a commemorative Atlanta Braves baseball, a wooden model American football for New York Giants, an enamelled Yankees Blvd street sign and a billiard scoreboard, etc.
A large quantity of currency bagged by country including a bronze, silver and paper money.
Two Verge pair-cased silver pocket watches, one with the name eradicated in working order with porcelain dial, Roman numerals and gilt hands, the other signed Ben. Ralph, London part dismantled, and a Verge Cased pocket watch by Adam Burdess, Coventry in a silver case with an engine turned silver and gilt metal face and second hand around a wreath of flowers.
Two mosaic tablet brooches – one a pretty marcasite floral display and a bar brooch, a snuff bottle stopper with the head of a satyr, an old turned gavel, an Ex Libris book stamp, pin holder, napkin ring and frog.
Two letters from Reg Kray, brother of Ronald, one on lined A4 white pad paper with punched holes, the other on two pieces of pink writing paper and a Christmas card along with a Broadmoor Hospital Form 134-1A that relates to opening mail and a Teen and Twenty Disc Club fan letter signed Jimmy Savile, undated.
A 9 ct gold Masonic jewel for Lodge No. 4222, in original fitted box, and a gilt-metal chain bracelet
A large quantity of silver-plated and other metalware, contained in two large and one small carton, including under plates, salvers, tea ware, cutlery, etc., and a modern silver-handled bread knife
An EPNS cutlery service for six, including knives, in an unusual rose motif pattern and a small quantity of coins and medals
An interesting collection of silver-plated and other items, in three cartons and loose, including Old Sheffield Plate basket, waiter, and other items, EPNS tea tray, mug, etc.; also mother of pearl– and ivory-handled cutlery, some in a case, pewter and other dishes, etc.
A large quantity of cutlery, mainly Continental EPNS, including an extensive service by Colsman, in three small cartons
A quantity of miscellaneous silver-plated and other metalware items, in a carton and four original boxes, including a tea set, candlesticks, candle lamps, etc., together with a silver cigarette box
A quantity of silver-plated novelties and other metalware, in two cartons, including 'Childhood Memories' piggy bank, brush set, etc., in original boxes, also souvenir spoons, a yacht sculpture, lily candlesticks, tea wares, candelabra, etc.
A small carton of metalware, including a boxed Arthur Price set of EPNS King's pattern serving pieces, a syphon stand, woven basket, napkin rings, photo album, etc.
A Viners Parish Collection canteen of stainless steel Dubarry pattern cutlery for eight, 58 pieces, and a small carton of miscellaneous steel and other cutlery
A carton of metalware, including a cased carving set with stag horn handles, EPNS entree dish, EPBM teapot, steel goblets, etc.
A carton mainly of EPNS cutlery, including a Continental service in elegant floral pattern, also a set of knives with inlaid bone handles, a decorative dagger in sheath, souvenir spoons, etc.
A small carton of sundry items, including a 19th century silver-plated wirework basket, a boxed set of Sheba steak knives, other cutlery, Islamic tinned copper dish, etc.
A small carton of mainly 19th century plated items, including an unusual lidded sauce boat, a pair of Old Sheffield decanter stands, a pair of later decanter stands, condiments, sugar scuttle, sundry cutlery, etc., and a mother of pearl dish
A carton of plated items, including an unusual Edwardian teapot with overhead handle, the remainder of later date and including a tea service, trefoil and other dishes, candelabra, butter dishes, etc.
A good Walker & Hall oak canteen, now containing only oddments of cutlery, including a Fiddle pattern gravy spoon
A Regency silver-plated globular hot water urn, an EPNS turnover breakfast dish, crested meat dome, oval dish, and two child's mugs, together with an EPNS Albany pattern gravy spoon
A pair of very large modern silver-plated circular serving dishes with covers and internal dividers, by Cavalier, from Harrods
A modern Viners Guild Silver Collection canteen of Bead pattern plated cutlery for eight, 58 pieces, together with a glass-handled bread knife and similar cake slice
A good late Victorian EPNS scallop-shell biscuit box in ornate frame, together with a turnover breakfast dish and an oval entree dish on hot-water base
A pair of filled sterling dwarf candlesticks, a George V silver wishbone sugar tongs, and a silver rifle-shooting prize spoon, together with a small quantity of metalware, including vases, sugar scuttle, etc.
A part service of German 800 silver cutlery, comprising: 18 table forks, 4 serving spoons, 12 knives with filled handles, and a similar carving knife, all with modern English blades; together with a German Hamburg serving spoon and 8 silver-handled implements; 48.5 ozt weighable
A quantity of battered silver items, 20.1 ozt, together with a metal vase and three other pieces
A modern Malaysian Kelantan silver ring flower-holder and a similar pen tray, together with an embossed Eastern box, Hong Kong silver-overlaid bitters bottle, silver-overlaid hand mirror and five similar brushes, 22.3 ozt weighable
A quantity of silver cutlery, comprising: a good Fiddle pattern soup ladle with crest, London 1826, three Georgian and one Victorian tablespoons, and three small spoons, 17.5 ozt
Silver, comprising: a pair of stemmed bowls, two sauceboats, cigarette case, sauce ladle, eight small spoons and three salt spoons, 25.7 ozt
Silver comprising: a pair of pepperettes, mustard pot, napkin ring, 11 small spoons, and sugar tongs; a silver-mounted stopper, button hook, glove stretchers and hair brush; and a set of plated fruit knives and forks for six in case, a loose set for fish, and a plated rabbit bottle stopper; 9 ozt weighable
A fine German Art Nouveau 800 silver covered sugar basin and matching milk jug, embossed and applied with flowers, stamped mark of Bernhard; together with a sauce ladle in similar style, and a set of 12 fish forks with filled floral handles and unusual etched steel tines; 22.5 ozt weighable
A quantity of Georgian and Victorian silver cutlery, comprising: a Fiddle pattern fish slice, London 1825, another fish slice, three ladles, a butter knife, sugar tongs, and five small spoons, 20.3 ozt gross
Three pieces of Georg Jensen silver, comprising: an Acanthus pattern tea strainer, London import mark for 1963; Acorn pattern nutcracks, London import mark probably for 1965; and a Blossom pattern small spoon; together with a pair of steel small servers, also by Jensen
A pair of unusual Edwardian silver salts, each cast in the form of a naval crown, with spoons, H.B maker's mark, Birmingham 1906; together with a pair of silver butter shells, a butter knife, and an Indian chased silver salt; 8.1 ozt
A set of six Georg Jensen table knives and of six matching cheese knives, with filled silver handles in Acanthus pattern, Danish and English stainless blades
A Georgian crested silver waiter, apparently unmarked, a Georgian oval salt on ball and claw feet, a wine funnel spout, and a Victorian pin tray, 11.6 ozt
A George III silver oval salt, London 1779, a pepperette pierced with pales and swags, London 1799, two Victorian sugar spoons, and a Victorian butter knife with ivory handle, 5 ozt weighable
Three silver toddy ladles, comprising: one of Oar pattern, Edinburgh 1807; another of Fiddle pattern, Glasgow 1824; the third with pouring lip, Dublin 1815; 84 gm
A pair of Scottish provincial silver toddy ladles in Fiddle pattern, monogrammed EMcM, by David Gray of Dumfries, 56 gm
A late Victorian graduated set of four hunting beakers in horn, with silver mounts and glass bottoms, Birmingham 1887, in leather case
Small silver, comprising: a South African ashtray with central 1967 Rand coin; six souvenir teaspoons, including three with enamelling, in sterling and 800; and an agate-handled trowel bookmark; 6.5 oz gross
A late Victorian silver porringer with leaf-scroll handles, London 1898, a child's mug dated 1931, a plain oval napkin ring, and a pin box, 11 ozt
Sundry small silver, comprising: three 19th century American teaspoons marked H.L. Webster & Co. Providence R.I., six various implements, a small vase, silver-topped glass jar, and three silver-handled items; and also six metal cocktail sticks; approximately 5 ozt of silver
Sundry small silver, comprising: a fine late Victorian gilt apostle teaspoon, with overstruck mark of George Lambert, London 1892; an Edwardian sugar tongs by Mordan & Co. of unusual crossover design; six 1930s enamelled prize teaspoons from the United Dairies Sports Club; three napkin rings; two silver-topped glass jars; a scent bottle; and two silver-faced photograph frames; 9.1 ozt weighable
Sundry small items, comprising: an ornate Edwardian silver-handled dressing brush, shoe horn and glove stretcher; an Art Deco silver condiment set with spoons; and a metal lorgnette, snake bracelet, and three beakers; 4.8 ozt weighable
Silver, comprising: a Regency-style sugar basin, Chester 1911; late Victorian buckle bangle, Birmingham 1883; embossed hand mirror; five teaspoons; sugar tongs; Indian pepperette; and a pill box; 12.1 ozt gross (excluding mirror)
800 silver, mainly German, comprising: a pair of beakers, six tots, a large fancy spoon, salad tongs, bottle stopper with figural finial, two match safes, a pickle fork, and 20 small spoons, 27.2 ozt gross
Small silver, comprising: a salt and three napkin rings, a Hungarian 800 small bowl and a napkin ring, and three silver-handled implements, 7.5 ozt weighable
A Malaysian Kelantan silver rose bowl applied with local coats of arms and dated 1971, together with five Georgian teaspoons, three other teaspoons, a butter knife, and a propelling pencil, 12.9 ozt gross
Sundry silver, comprising: a sterling child's plate, five silver-mounted glass coasters, mustard pot with spoon, and five silver-mounted glass jars or bottles; together with a plated squirrel dish and four other items; 7.5 ozt weighable
Judaica: two silver-handled bread knives with Hebrew inscriptions, one with sterling handle signed Wo Pert, the other with 800 handle and Victoria blade, together with a nickel-plated dish embossed with inscriptions and Jewish scenes to the border
A good harlequin set of six Art Deco silver-gilt and enamel coffee spoons, Birmingham 1935/37/38, 54 gm, in case
A harlequin set of six Danish silver-gilt and enamel coffee spoons in case, with two further spoons of similar type, 67 gm
An Edwardian pair of silver and mother of pearl fish servers, Sheffield 1903, in fitted case
A Royal Doulton brown-glazed stoneware jug, with earlier hinged silver lid, crested and initialled, a pair of filled silver small candlesticks plus two glass salts
A 19th century German Hamburg silver milk jug, on four leaf feet, by L. Victop, 144 gm, 4.6 ozt
A 19th century Norwegian 12 standard silver pastry server, elaborately stamped with animals within rococo panels, stamped hollow handle, by Middelthon of Trondheim, 79 gm
A good and extensive George III silver cutlery service in Fiddle, Thread, and Shell pattern, with engraved crest, by Eley & Fearn, comprising: 16 tablespoons (14: 1817, 1: 1815, 1: 1816), 14 table forks (1815), 14 dessert forks (9: 1815, 5: 1817), 14 dessert spoons (1817), 6 salt spoons and 1 condiment ladle (1817), 2 sauce ladles and 1 sifter ladle (1816), together with 5 matching egg spoons by William Eaton, London 1844, and the following by George Adams, also matching: 14 teaspoons (4: 1859, 10: 1872) and 4 sauce ladles (1876); 195 ozt
Two good George III silver skewers matching the foregoing service, each with shell and ring terminal with engraved crest, by Eley & Fearn, London 1817, 12.5 and 13.5 in, 8.8 ozt
A George III silver cruet, on four lappet feet, complete with seven original cut-glass bottles, three with silver mounts, the remainder with glass stoppers, maker's mark AK, London 1813, together with a Georgian salt spoon
Judaica: a late Victorian silver presentation trowel inscribed to Herbert Wolfe Levy on the laying of the foundation stone of the David Lewis Hostel and Club 3rd December 1901, ivory handle, 10.5 in long, London 1899
A part-reeded silver teapot, Sheffield 1902, 16.3 ozt gross
A George V silver trophy cup, 17.8 ozt
A good George V silver tea tray, lobed oval, Sheffield 1926, 27.5 in, 105 ozt