LOT 801 £30/50 (07:08PM)

A black leather Masters briefcase with combination lock, a burgundy leather Flaurose briefcase and two more in black leather [upstairs wooden shelves]

LOT 804 £30/50 (07:10PM)

Three shelves and a box of gents' shoes and boots including Gucci and other loafers, Loake, Kurt Geiger, etc. [upstairs wooden shelves and box beside]

LOT 806 £50/70 (07:10PM)

A good old Meccano set, mainly green and red, in fitted wooden chest with drawers, also a small collection of model train set items including TTR Express Passage Train, platforms, power units, etc. [upstairs shelves]

LOT 808 £80/120 (07:13PM)

A 1994 facsimile edition set of Charles Darwin's The Zoology of the Voyage of HMS Beagle in four bound volumes and in box, a Royal Geographical Society Atlas of the World, and a small collection of Folio Society books including The Greek Myths I and II and Rudyard Kipling, [upstairs shelves]

LOT 809 £20/30 (07:13PM)

A vintage Chad Valley tinplate globe, a vintage Britains Limited model farmyard in original box, a number of model cars, wicker doll furniture, games, and a Rubik's Cube [upstairs shelves]

LOT 810 £40/60 (07:13PM)

A collection of model trains including mainly 00 gauge Hornby and Lima locomotives and rolling stock, various scenery and accessories including Airfix, and a box of empty boxes, mainly Hornby [upstairs shelves]

LOT 813 £70/100 (07:15PM)

A box of Cecil Beaton books including The Face of the World 1957, signed, The Cecil Beaton Diaries, memoirs, Fair Lady, I Take Great Pleasure, The Glass of Fashion and Near East [upstairs shelves}

LOT 816 £30/50 (07:18PM)

A box of soundtrack and poetry records, some original, including Some Like It Hot, Rocky Horror, original sealed, An Evening With Quentin Crisp, sealed, Midnight Cowboy, Gigi, Clockwork Orange and Twiggy in The Boyfriend [upstairs shelves]

LOT 817 £40/60 (07:18PM)

A box of books including some leather-bound, Picturesque Country Homes, After Pretoria – The Guerilla War, Mrs Beeton's Household Management, Wisden, a visitor's book and a bound notebook in Hebrew [upstairs shelves]

LOT 817 £40/60 (07:18PM)

A box of books including some leather-bound, Picturesque Country Homes, After Pretoria – The Guerilla War, Mrs Beeton's Household Management, Wisden, a visitor's book and a bound notebook in Hebrew [upstairs shelves]

LOT 818 £30/50 (07:18PM)

A box of records featuring female recording artists, including pop, soul and jazz, including Piaf, Garbo, Doris Day, Shirley Bassey, Sarah Vaughan and Mae West [upstairs shelves]

LOT 819 £40/70 (07:18PM)

Four boxes of 12 in records, mainly rock and pop from the 1960s and 1970s, including Motown, Johnny Cash, Elvis, film soundtracks, and also a box of 7 in singles similar and some loose [upstairs shelves]

LOT 822 £30/40 (07:20PM)

A wooden chest containing old leather-bound books including Old and New London in six volumes, Cassels Book of Quotations, Dickens, poetry and Boys Own Book of Natural History [upstairs shelves]

LOT 823 £40/60 (07:20PM)

Two boxes of die-cast model vehicles including Corgi Classics, Exclusive First Editions, Vanguards, 1:76 Railway Scale From Oxford, etc. [upstairs shelves]

LOT 824 £100/200 (07:22PM)

Two boxes of books including Ian Fleming 'You Only Live Twice', 1964 first edition, French Bibliotheque de la Pleiade published novels, Folio Society Jane Austen novels, etc. [upstairs shelves]

LOT 826 £50/80 (07:22PM)

A collection of mainly 12 in records, mainly pop, rock and punk, including a Beatles original first pressing of Sergeant Pepper (mono), rare electronic Trip Tych, sealed, Ralph Graham, sealed, Roy Harper, a mint three-album set 'Woodstock, also some sleeves, and a collection of 7 in records, mainly pop, rock and prog [upstairs shelves]

LOT 827 £30/50 (07:22PM)

A collection of rare classical records and EDI box sets and albums including original first ED issues, Mozart Don Giovanni Columbia SAX2389-2372, labels in silver and blue stereo printed, classical acetates and test pressings, plus a handful of BBC transcript discs [upstairs shelves]

LOT 835 £30/50 (07:27PM)

A collection of Enid Blyton books, mainly Famous Five, including first editions Hodder & Stoughton, also Secret Seven and some paperbacks, etc. [shelves top of stairs]

LOT 855 £25/35 (08:02PM)

A stylish 1970s wooden garden table of circular form with slatted wood on a folding stand and two matching armchairs, a white circular garden folding table and four circular modern bentwood chairs in original green staining with cane seats and a reproduction nest of three tables with green leather tops.

LOT 855 £25/35 (08:02PM)

A stylish 1970s wooden garden table of circular form with slatted wood on a folding stand and two matching armchairs, a white circular garden folding table and four circular modern bentwood chairs in original green staining with cane seats and a reproduction nest of three tables with green leather tops.

LOT 866 £180/250 (08:07PM)

A fine 19th century continental barrel-fronted bureau in figured mahogany revealing a fitted interior of small drawers and a cupboard flanked by columns above a slide and three drawers with gilt-metal embellishments.

LOT 867 £40/80 (08:09PM)

A good quality reproduction oak dresser the shelved superstructure above three drawers and three panelled cupboards (matching the serving table lot 931).

LOT 868 £30/50 (08:09PM)

A furniture lot comprising a small black lacquered bow-fronted chest of two drawers, an oval mahogany pedestal coffee table, a butler's style coffee table with hinged flaps and a small chiffonier.

LOT 869 £40/70 (08:09PM)

An early 19th century mahogany bow-back desk chair, a 19th century writing table on tapering legs and a small and ornate box on cabriole legs and claw feet.

LOT 874 £40/60 (08:12PM)

A charming 19th century mahogany dressing table mirror with a domed topped rectangular plate edged in satinwood between turned columns on a three drawer base and turned ivory pad feet.

LOT 875 £50/70 (08:14PM)

A charming early 19th century dressing table mirror, the oval plated edged in satinwood between shaped supports on a serpentine box base with shell inlay and two drawers on bracket feet.

LOT 876 £30/50 (08:14PM)

A Louis XV style centre table, possibly in cherry wood, with carved pierced frieze on cabriole legs and a pair of continental salon chairs and a mahogany armchair.

LOT 881 £25/35 (08:16PM)

A Victorian mahogany circular breakfast table on a turned column and triform platform base, a satinwood octagonal centre table c.1900 with cross-banded decoration and a mid-20th century cane chair.

LOT 882 £30/50 (08:16PM)

A 19th century pine writing table of two drawers on square tapering legs, a Victorian mahogany writing table, a charming pedestal wine table with original painted decoration on tripod base and an old table Wertheim sewing machine.

LOT 888 £30/50 (08:21PM)

A large furniture lot comprising an early 19th century large oak Pembroke dining table, an oak trestle table with scrubbed top, a bamboo and rattan occasional table and magazine rack, a Victorian writing table with original painted decoration and two other bamboo and rattan occasional tables.

LOT 894 £100/150 (08:26PM)

A splendid Victorian sewing table the octagonal hinged top revealing an original interior on four strap-like supports, carved pedestal and quatrefoil base and an Edwardian mahogany games table banded in satinwood with a hinged, base-lined, revolving top on slender tapering legs.

LOT 898 £25/35 (08:28PM)

An oak stick stand of good quality umbrellas and sticks one with a metal pommel, two golf clubs, and a court sword, possibly 18th century, a vintage step ladder and a small Victorian pine box with metal corners and carry handles and with original label for London & South Western Railway.