A carton of ephemera including early motoring and hiking maps, early Ordnance Survey maps, an early Connoisseur and Apollo magazines, a small box of cigarette cards, another "Calling All Nations" a BBC magazine, card fans and a box of old pipes, costume jewellery, cigarette lighter, cigarette cases, etc., and a Ratners gold-plated ladies' wrist watch.
Collectors' coins some with enamel highlights in a fitted glazed box, a quantity of collectable pocket watches some advertising Stobart lorries, a quantity of British bank note coins, and a giant gilt-metal £5 coin dated 2016 in its presentation box.
Two similar Chinese wool rugs one woven with flowers and dragon on a fawn ground the other smaller with flowers on a fawn ground [railings] and a third Chinese rug decorated with a dragon motif. [railings half landing]
A fine modern Persian silk carpet with label of Nesgarzadeh stating it to be Qom of Zabiee design with central medallion on a turquoise ground within blue and brown borders (with label stating it to be 300 x 196 cm). [railings]
A rail of good gents' clothing including jackets, some Italian, Valentino, a Burberry coat, Driza-Bone coat, a Mulberry coat, shirts, trousers, etc., and a box of shoes including Gucci, with trees [upstairs rail by door]
A rail of ladies' mainly designer clothing including dresses, jackets and coats, Armani, Vera Wang, Missoni, Oleg Cassini, MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, a Persian lamb coat with mink collar, and a suitcase of separates, knitwear, a pair of Armani shoes and a pair of Stephane Kelian shoes [upstairs opposite shelves and floor beside]
A copy of Norman Hartnell's book 'Silver and Gold' with signed inscription from Norman Hartnell to his assistant Anne Price, referring to her mention on page 103, also a beadwork sample piece, a number of scarves including Jacqmar and Liz Claiborne, a Trifari articulated paste tiara, possibly a sample designed by Norman Hartnell, a guilloche enamel dressing table set and a silver-backed brush [upstairs wooden shelves]
An important Normal Hartnell presentation sample, of HRH Queen Elizabeth's Coronation robe depicting all the flowers of the Commonwealth and retaining their vibrant colours, approximately 11 in x 9 in visible, framed, the reverse of the frame inscribed with annotated image of the design and dedicated to his assistant Anne Price, signed 'with gratitude' by Normal Hartnell, [upstairs wall above wooden shelves]
A vintage leather vanity case and another vanity case containing a Herbert Johnson top hat, and ladies' accessories including a blonde mink hat, fur tippets, an ostrich feather boa, beaded accessories, etc., also a box of mainly cotton separates, some embroidered, and a pith helmet [upstairs shelves and floor beside]
A shelf of model trains, mainly 00 gauge, including Hornby Freightmaster set and RS.29, a number of locomotives and rolling stock, some from kits, track, power units, and a box of Kitmaster sets [upstairs shelves]
Britains model farm including Disc Harrow, Farm Roller, Ford 5000 tractor, Four Furrow Plough, Acrobat high speed rake, Manure Spreader, Forage Harvester and other models, many boxed, also trees, fences, buildings, animals, gates, hedges, etc. [upstairs shelves]
A box of art books, some in slip covers, including Tracy Emin, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Working America, The Curt & Heidemarie Engelhorn Collection, Excellence in Action : A Portrait of the Guards, etc. [upstairs shelves]
A combined lot comprising a 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, a 19th century tilt-top wine table on a tripod base, a folding folio stand by Daler-Rowney, an oak spinning wheel chair with shaped back and a wood and bamboo style open bookcase.