Approximately 40 wrist watches, mainly gents, including Seiko, Casio and a Tudor Royal in gilt-metal.
A coin lot including a large quantity of commemorative crowns from the Festival of Britain 1951, mint coin sets, UK coin sets, a collection of bronze coins bagged and well-presented by the vendor, a small quantity of bank notes and a tobacco tin of miscellaneous American and foreign coins including a list.
Ephemera concerning First World War German prisoners of war interned on the Isle of Man and including two photograph albums, and a large quantity of loose family photographs of that period, together with a small collection of English and foreign coins including a Victorian 1890 crown, old stamps, a silver vesta case engraved 'Beattie Billy Christmas 1912' with engraved decoration, gold-plated cuff-links, studs, etc.
A box of pipes including briar, some unused, one in a carry box, a carton of old briar pipes one unused by Falcon, foreign coins, an original box of cowry shell counters for games, a button-hook and shoe-horn with silver handles, a dagger paper-knife and a collection of old cut-throat razors in a velvet pouch, old scissors, wrist watches, a scout dagger, etc.
A carton full of coins mainly modern coins in sets of presentation packs but including a 1797 Britannia Cartwheel, various crowns including a 1951 Festival of Britain crown, commemorative crowns, an Isle of Man proof crown 1970, two Jersey crowns 1966, a XIII Commonwealth Games 1986 proof silver £2 coin, a Maria Theresa 1780, a Gypsy Moth IV 1966-67 medallion, sealed coin sets for Eire, Australia, Canada and Great Britain, Winston Churchill crowns and two Royal Mint United Kingdom proof coin sets for 1989 and 1990 in original boxes, etc.
52 early 20th century German banknotes: 1906, 1910, 1914, 1917, 1919, 1920, 1922, 1923, values ranging from 1 Mark to 100,000 Mark; and a receipt from Thos. Cook & Son Foreign Banking and Exchange Offices, London, for 1400 Mark, dated 1/7/1920; together with a small collection of unused early 20th century sentimental German sepia postcards
A collection of coins comprising a set of three cased Pobjoy Mint Anniversary silver crowns – Penny Blue, Red and Black, a Bradford Exchange boxed King Edward VIII Maundy Pattern four piece silver coin set, a Boxed Elvis Presley two silver coin set, a 1947 Platinum Wedding Prestige coin set with nine coins, a Queen Elizabeth II Royal Maundy Money set with four coins
Four sets of Bradford Mint coins comprising The HRH Prince George Five Crown coin, The House of Windsor Coinage Portraits Penney Set with eleven coins,a Sapphire Coronation Jubillee silver coin set , Elvis life and Times 40th Anniversary Set with seven US half dollars, The London Mint Office 70th Wedding Anniversary Photographic coin collection with nine coins, a cased Bradford Exchange Orb and an 1840 Penny Black stamp
Five presentation sets from Westminster (Distributors for the British Royal Mint) to include a set of "The Historic Coins of Great Britain" in silver in 14 items, additionally an art enamelled Golden Jubilee crown, a Commemorative Suspension Bridge £1 and an RAF £5 coin, with detailed cards in a fitted box, a set of 26 Trafalgar Bi-centenary silver coins in a fitted box along with two additional £5 coins and a $1 coin with enamelled highlight, a set of History of the Royal Family Coloured Portrait Coin collection comprising 19 items in a fitted case and seven Battle of Britain crowns with enamel decoration, a Douglas Bader crown, three Jubilee crowns with enamel and two Churchill crowns with enamelling, a 1945-2005 £2 coin, a Restoration of the Monarchy £5 coin, five modern crowns, a bronze Great Exhibition medallion, etc. all in a presentation box, The Changing Face of Britain's Coinage Golden Edition with enamelled highlights comprising 17 coins in a wooden presentation box and a 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Flown silver coin cover £5 piece.
An English bronze medallion dated 1897 in its original commemorative box dated 1837-1897, a J B Page £10 note, three £1 notes, a G M Gill £5 note and a J S Fforde 10 shilling note, a small collection of antique coins including George III, a Royal Mint Five Pound set, a presentation pack of " A Century of British Coinage" 1900-1999, a silver-gilt presentation medallion "The Changing Face of Britain's Coinage", a Bobby Moore silver ten francs presentation coin produced by Westminster, other minor coinage, etc.
A fruit box containing a folder of mint stamps in blocks, another containing used stamps in stock book form including a Penny Black, the Grosvenor Stamp Album containing a few sheets of American stamps and an album of First Day Covers mainly 1970s and a second fruit box containing a pink folder of mixed mint definitive stamps including books, a folder of Malta stamps, another of Russia stamps, a blue folder of Eire used, mint and First Day Covers and general albums.
A carton including a number of Beryl Cook calendars, a quantity of legal documents, a postcard book Vues d'Ypres, a quantity of unused gilt metal buttons some of them Naval others with enamelled Scales of Justice, an original Tiddlywinks box and contents, a silver -plated copper coffee pot, an old Williams Deacon's Bank savings box, office stamps, a pipe, 19th century corkscrew, etc.
Four glazed displays of fetishist photographs, a display of erotic postcards, two other framed posters and two cartons of artists catalogues, one signed by the artist Dina Larot, a collection of photographic calendars many of them unopened including fetishist calendars for Dita von Teese and for Rosa-Maria Dudzinski, pin-ups, erotica, and traditional calendars the works of Erte, the royal wedding of Prince William of Wales, the Queen's residences, etc. (lists included).
Four cartons, two containing Eagle Magazines, two containing a large quantity of Eagle Comics and related matter, annuals, etc. (list included), a carton of newspapers for important commemorative occasions – funeral of Princess Diana, The Queen Mother's Century, including the last edition of Today, Friday November 17th 1995 some still unopened, and The Great War Magazine by Winston Churchill in 26 parts 1933.
A box of 78 rpm records including Nelson Eddy, Stan Kenton and his Orchestra, Harry James and his Orchestra, Red Ingle and the Natural Seven, Slim Whitman on London American Recordings, Mantovani and his Orchestra, Dinah Shore & Buddy Clark, Frankie Laine, Al Jolson and The Goodson Record in foldable white plastic, six volumes of Fortune Magazine 1938, three volumes of The Illustrated London News including Coronation issue 1937 and Silver Jubilee issue 1910-1935, Poster Books and books illustrating the art of Boris Vallejo and Frank Frazetta, etc.
A plastic carton of ephemera including a Cup Final Programme between Brighton & Hove Albion and Manchester United, Saturday, 21st May, 1983; an embroidered arm-band for the FA Cup Final Tie 1959, Membering Guest Badges including the Royal Show 1978, a Savoy menu card for 1962 New Year's Eve Party, letters from The Lord Chamberlain's Office to Mrs D Brennan of the Postcard Club of Great Britain, The Coronation Issue of Punch April 28 1937, old town brochures and guide books including Paris, a shoebox of postcards including silk and a tin of old coins including three x five pesetas coins 1870, 1871 and 1837, prints, etc.
Three lever-arch files containing a fascinating archive of mainly love letters between "My Dearest Sid" (Tpr W S Lewis (Fitter) 6745885) and "My Darling Ena" (nee Olivia Friend) who wrote weekly throughout there courtship, marriage and up to his return to Civvy Street whilst living at 4 Dulverton Road, Ruislip, and their planning for a family, her various disappointments in that department, and a move to Sharps Lane, dated from 1939. Also included are various documents: Ration Cards, Permit Books, photographs along with a poignant letter written up in the paper, possibly from Sid, as a casualty of the War discussing with his fellow patients "some encased in plaster, some swathed in bandages, some have shattered limbs suspended at a variety of angles" whilst they discussed the strikes "We felt it was a pity if strikers imagined they were looking after the interests of the lads at The Front. Dead mean have so little need of paltry wage increases, and living men feel the price is too high to pay."
Six well-presented blue and black folders of First Day Covers: War and Anniversary themes, Battle of Britain including Medals, One Hundred Years of Flight including Medals, Nelson/Trafalgar, The Queen's Jubilee including £5 and other coins, and The Queen's Golden Jubilee 2002 including £5 and other coins some American.