LOT 703 £30/50 (06:01PM)

A large square stoneware planter plus two similar smaller, a stoneware trough, two Venus de Milo style stoneware figurines, a gold-painted figurine and another of a large black cat

LOT 717 £60/80 (06:10PM)

A large collection on four shelves of die-cast model vehicles, mainly buses, by various makers including Solida, EFE, Corgi and Lledo, in various scales, also a small quantity of model cars, locomotives, a model plane, London Transport souvenir mugs, etc., along with many of the original boxes [shelves top of stairs and with boxes behind on silver plate shelves]

LOT 718 £40/60 (06:10PM)

A collection of over 50 model tanks from World War II to modern day, along with many issues of The Combat Tanks Collection magazine issues between 4-85 but not complete runs [upstairs book shelves]

LOT 719 £40/60 (06:10PM)

A Hornby Railways R.504 Inter-City Express set and an assortment of other Hornby 00 gauge locomotives, carriages and rolling stock, track, signals, control centre, etc. many in original boxes [upstairs book shelves]

LOT 721 £20/30 (06:13PM)

A small number of die cast model vehicles including a Vanguards Singer Chamois, boxed, and a Dinky fire engine, an Abu Pimpel 2 ice fishing rod, four old framed bank notes including two one pound notes signed by J Page, another signed by P Beale and a ten shilling note signed by J Hollom, old share and loan certificates, etc. [upstairs book shelves]

LOT 722 £20/30 (06:13PM)

A small collection of die cast model vehicles, mostly Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, some boxed, and a set of child's building blocks [upstairs book shelves]

LOT 722A £25/35 (06:13PM)

Three small crates of books, almost all novels by Henry Williamson including Tarka the Otter, Salar the Salmon, The Donkey Boy, How Dear is Life and many more, some published by Macdonald and first edition, some with dust jacket and in protective wrap [upstairs book shelves]

LOT 723 £30/40 (06:15PM)

A case of 7 inch singles, mainly rock and pop from the 1970s and 1980s, a small number of 12 inch LPs and a Living Shakespeare double box set [upstairs book shelves]

LOT 725 £40/60 (06:15PM)

A Scalextric motor racing set 31 and associated cars, track and accessories, a box of old Meccano and an Imai completed model of Thunderbirds Tracy Island [upstairs book shelves]

LOT 726 £40/60 (06:15PM)

A large collection of books in 17 boxes and on three shelves, mostly on transport, travel and vehicles including the railways from steam to the London Underground, buses, trams, etc. [upstairs book shelves]

LOT 728A £20/30 (06:18PM)

Two boxes of 12 in LP records, mainly Top of the Pops compilation LPs from the 1970s, and a box of assorted football programmes, mostly 1970s and 1980s including some World Cup final [upstairs book shelves]

LOT 731 £40/60 (06:22PM)

A lady's long pastel mink fur coat of mink tails with double-breasted front and back split, and a coyote fur short lady's jacket [upstairs rail by door]

LOT 732 £30/50 (06:22PM)

A red fox fur lady's jacket with shawl collar and concealed front fastening and a longer raccoon fur jacket of similar shape, also a box of accessories including hats, gloves, a patent leather handbag, fur pieces, etc. [upstairs rail by door and box below]

LOT 733 £15/25 (06:22PM)

A lady's dark brown squirrel fur full length coat with shawl collar and concealed front fastening, a dark grey mole fur ladies long jacket and a black coney fur lady's jacket, fur pieces, etc. [upstairs rail by door]

LOT 735 £20/30 (06:25PM)

Vintage lady's clothing, mostly 1970s, comprising an Ib Jorgensen floral chiffon dress and camisole, two Deborah Newall dresses, one an evening gown with rainbow sequinned skirt and matching eye mask and the other with cowl neck in floral print, a lilac dress with beadwork cuff and shoulder details and a floral shirt dress [rail top of stairs]

LOT 739 £70/100 (06:27PM)

An Emporio Armani blue velvet coat dress with asymmetric front zip, a Ted Baker silver sequinned short jacket and a Gigi Young floral print silk dress [rail top of stairs]

LOT 740 £60/80 (06:27PM)

A 1960s Mary Quant reversible cape in green wool and tweed, a Mary Quant multi-coloured rain cape in original drawstring pouch and a small box of cotton crochet tablecloths and crochet-trimmed table mats [rail top of stairs and box below]

LOT 743 £80/120 (06:30PM)

Four pairs of lady's designer shoes including Miu miu 'Brianne' dolly shoes with crystal heels and black patent Penry court shoes, Louis Vuitton floral strappy sandals, all boxed, and a pair of Marc Jacobs sandals, along with a pair of boxed Miu miu ankle boots and a pair of purple suede Biba knee-high boots [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 745 £70/100 (06:30PM)

A shelf of interesting vintage 1920s lady’s clothing including an ivory velvet cloak with ermine trim, dresses, lingerie, camisoles, blouses with lace and beadwork trim, lace collars, accessories, gloves, etc. [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 752 £100/150 (06:34PM)

A large folder of approximately 422 printed fashion sketches or stat sheets from couture fashion shows in the early 1970s and supplied by Cardinal Fashion Studios in New York and in their original folder, including designs by Ungaro, Balenciaga, Lanvin, Ferraud, Patou, Nina Ricci, Yves Saint Laurent, Givenchy, Gres, Dior, Chanel and others [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 754 £100/150 (06:34PM)

An oil on canvas portrait of Ann Price, assistant to Norman Hartnell, signed Vasco Lazzolo '54, framed (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.)[upstairs by end shelves]

LOT 755 £60/80 (06:37PM)

Two boxes of assorted fabric and beadwork scraps and samples including Norman Hartnell signature print fabrics in claret and parchment yellow, several fur pieces, beaded cuffs and collars, etc. (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 756 £30/50 (06:37PM)

Four signed Norman Hartnell silk squares (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 757 £40/60 (06:37PM)

A Victorian star-shaped beaded velvet pincushion with Royal crest from the office of Sir Norman Hartnell (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 758 £60/80 (06:37PM)

A pearl, ivory and gold-coloured bridesmaid's headpiece sample of leaves and floral sprays, probably from the wedding of Princess Elizabeth to Prince Philip (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 759 £80/120 (06:39PM)

Three fashion sketches with labels on the back March 1944 and 'sketched by Madame Ett – International Textiles', and a further sketch of Gertrude Lawrence as feature in Norman Hartnell's book 'Silver and Gold', along with an original copy of the book in pale pink leather binding. (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 760 £60/80 (06:39PM)

A Norman Hartnell fashion sketch marked 'Alice Delysia "Mother of Pearl"' of the French actress in a spangled blue dress with fur trim, as she appeared at the Gaiety Theatre in 1933, signed by Norman Hartnell, framed and with turquoise velvet surround (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 761 £60/80 (06:39PM)

A Norman Hartnell beaded and embroidered sample panel of wisteria blossom, the Norman Hartnell signature also embroidered, framed and glazed (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs by end shelves]

LOT 762 £40/60 (06:39PM)

A Norman Hartnell fashion sketch of 'The Empress Esmerelda' in white and green feather-trimmed gown, signed by Norman Hartnell in pencil, marked R.34, framed and glazed (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs by end shelves]

LOT 763 £40/60 (06:42PM)

A Norman Hartnell fashion sketch of 'The Empress Violetta' in a white gown with floral decoration and a violet sash, signed by Norman Hartnell in pencil and marked R.30, framed and glazed (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs by end shelves]

LOT 764 £40/50 (06:42PM)

Four beadwork Christmas cards sent to our client by Norman Hartnell, the Queen's dressmaker, (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 765 £40/60 (06:42PM)

Two first edition Norman Hartnell books; 'Silver and Gold', signed and dedicated to Ann Price, and 'Royal Courts of Fashion', also 'Norman Hartnell 1901-1979' from Brighton/Bath, 'Two Centuries of Royal Weddings' by Christopher Warwick, signed by the author and dedicated to Ann Price, 'The Queen's Clothes' illustrated by Robb and with introduction by Sir Norman Hartnell, magazines on Royalty, etc. (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.)[upstairs end shelves]

LOT 766 £40/60 (06:42PM)

A collection of Norman Hartnell archive items including office stationery, examples of a Hartnell tie and cufflinks, toiletry samples, correspondence, packaging and bags, a 1966 presentation plaque from Manchester Committee B.E.C.C., photographs, etc. (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [upstairs end shelves]

LOT 767 £100/150 (06:44PM)

A leather-bound 'Royal Appointments' diary for 1958 by Smythsons and used by Sir Norman Hartnell in 1958 and showing several appointments for HM The Queen, Princess Margaret and the Queen Mother, also a small quantity of Royal correspondence including a signed letter from HM The Queen thanking him for his wedding present and a signed card sent from Buckingham Palace at Christmas (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [in jewellery cabinet]

LOT 768 £400/600 (06:44PM)

A spectacular, and rare, Norman Hartnell beaded and embroidered presentation sample panel of the design for the Coronation dress of Queen Elizabeth, depicting a flower for each country of the Commonwealth, and 'ER' monogram in pastel pinks and golds on ivory satin, framed and glazed, approximately 9 in square (PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor by his aunt, Mrs Edith Anne Price [Annie], who was private assistant to Norman Hartnell in the West End of London from 1944 and continued working there for two years after Hartnell's death in 1979. She died at the age of 97 in 2005.) [office]

LOT 775 £30/40 (06:44PM)

An oak-cased canteen of cutlery, a Hornsea Heirloom pattern dinner and tea service, a pair of vases decorated with romantic scenes, a small collection of toby jugs [G38]

LOT 783 £30/40 (06:49PM)

Three shelves of general household items and china including four NatWest baby piggy banks, a small quantity of records, Vintage Lots Tudor Blocks, two briefcases and a handbag, a large wash bowl, a teak table lamp, a small quantity of glass ware comprising vases and a small quantity of china ware [G32, 29 & 26]

LOT 784 £20/30 (06:49PM)

A shelf of china including decorative plates, a fish money box, mugs and ornaments plus some soap ware items such as boxes, elephants and a model Taj Mahal plus a Kodak Home Projector [G33]

LOT 786 £20/30 (06:51PM)

A precision boxed mitre box and saw, a black holdall containing tools plus further tool boxes and tools, a lion cast iron doorstop, old wood working planes, vintage hand bags etc. – a mixed lot [under G34 & G31]