Henry John Yeend King, an oils on panel triptych of a classical idyll typical of the Aesthetic Movement, signed, applied to a Victorian upright piano in figured walnut by Justin Browne of London, the lower panel by the pedals also painted with steps to a lily pool [hall downstairs]
From Aspinal of London an unused notebook of A5 size with gold-edged pages bound in pink leather in its original box, a Pasotti umbrella with gilt lion's head pommel and a box full of loose stamps.
A set of six George III silver teaspoons, London 1789, 1.5 ozt
Small English silver, comprising: a hammered specimen flower vase by Geoffrey Harding, London 1977, a pair of later-berried Georgian tablespoons, a Georgian punch ladle inset with a Spanish coin, two serving pieces, a pair of teaspoons, and a child's fork, 13.1 ozt gross
An ornate Victorian silver cruet stand base, with wood insert, London 1859, 15.1 ozt gross
An Edwardian silver sweetmeat stand, London 1908, 3.6 ozt
A good George VI silver cocktail shaker with harp handle, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co, London 1937, 21.1 ozt
A decorative late Victorian blotting book, in ebonised wood applied with an embossed silver plaque and pierced spandrels, depicting a romantic couple, London 1882
Five 19th century pot lids including the Village Wedding, Cries of London 'Who'll Buy My Lavender?' and 'Primroses – Yellow Primroses' [s68]
A Bassett-Lowke model of a Waterloo era field gun with limber, in wood and bronze, .38 gauge, London proof mark, 27 in overall, with some documentation, together with a framed copy of the Waterloo medal from an edition of 5000, a framed antique map of The Field of Waterloo, an iron cannon ball, three containers as military drums, a silver medal clasp, vintage Haig's Fund poppy, and PDSA Busy Bees badge [K]
A quantity of books including 17 volumes The Works of Charles Dickens – Household edition by Chapman & Hall, London, green sleeved edition, music books, classical cd's and records [garage]
Modern stacking drawers in four sections giving 11 drawers and two small boxes veneered in black leather made by The Holding Company of London.
An upright piano by August Forster in a figured case sold by Markson of London, the keyboard raised on cabriole legs.