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1 A brass three part apothecary's pessary mould and an apothecary's pill board.

Sold for £25
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2 Two 19th century papier mache large trays.

Sold for £70
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3 A George IV painted truncheon with royal arms and further arms with a shield containing five towers and two lions. Initialled C. W. and dated 1821.

Sold for £60
Lot: 3
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4 Frederick Clive Newcome "Highland Pool on the edge of the New Forest" large watercolour, signed. Lot: 4
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5 An orivit Art Nouveau pewter twin-handled bowl.

Sold for £25
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6 An Arts & Crafts brass jug by Orme Evans & Co., Wolverhampton, together with two First World War brass tins.

Sold for £30
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7 A whalebone walking stick with sea ivory handle.

Sold for £230
Lot: 7
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8 A walking cane with horn handle.

Sold for £5
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9 A double-ended bird carved snuff box, indistinct retailer's stamp.

Sold for £30
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10 A half model of the paddle steamer Brighton 1863, Bristol Steam Navigation Co., glazed case. Overall width 29 3/4ins.

Sold for £80
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11 A brass telescope on tripod stand.

Sold for £60
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12 A Victorian pierced brass fender.

Sold for £15
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13 William Martin pair of late Victorian oil paintings, each signed.

Sold for £45
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14 A still life, flowers, signed E. Knowles, together with a golfing drawing.

Sold for £10
Lot: 14
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15 A still life, flowers, oil on canvas.

Sold for £25
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16 A lithograph, Falmouth and the River Fal, together with one other lithograph.

Sold for £20
Lot: 16
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17 Three naive embroidered panels, two show a bird on a branch, the other a tethered dog, each 3 1/2ins x 5ins.

Sold for £65
Lot: 17
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18 A Japanese cloisonné vase signed Sosen tsukuro, decorated with chrysanthemums on a red ground, height 9 1/2ins, damaged. Lot: 18
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19 A prayer book ornately bound.

Sold for £25
Lot: 19
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20 A James Healey & Sons double lever A1 corkscrew, together with a Baxter print of Napoleon, original mount.

Sold for £40
Lot: 20
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21 A rare small Georgian tortoiseshell-veneered tea caddy of octagonal section, the slightly domed lid with a central vacant silver boss, height 3 1/2 ins, width 4 ins. (See Illustration)

Sold for £620
Lot: 21
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22 A pair of mother-of-pearl veneered opera glasses with telescopic handle.

Sold for £35
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23 A Georgian-style mahogany tea caddy with serpentine end, the lid veneered with a shell motif.

Sold for £130
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24 A Tunbridge Ware box veneered with triangles of different woods, together with a Tunbridge Ware puzzle in a box.

Sold for £80
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25 A brass hand letter clip by J Bratcliffe Birmingham registration mark, together with a tartan covered 19th century matchbox.

Sold for £40
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26 A few Chinese gaming counters and English gaming counters in a form of spade half guineas, together with a French brass mounted box, and a manicure set.

Sold for £15
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27 Ebony dressing table ware.

Sold for £5
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28 An unusual brass matchbox by the Keswick School of Industrial Art, together with a miniature 19th century brass padlock.

Sold for £25
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29 Six pewter plates, 9 1/4ins diameter.

Sold for £50
Lot: 29
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30 A death plaque together with a photograph of the recipient, Melville Cocking, he served in the 8 Foreway Co. Royal Engineers; he died of wounds 16th April 1918; together with enamelled "Railway Service" badge made by Fattorini etc.

Sold for £45
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