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A Royal Doulton biscuit box for Huntley & Palmers Biscuits: in the form of a bombe shaped commode, with green transfer decoration and nursery rhyme decorated cover 'Little Tom Tucker, Sang For His Supper', 14cm high.
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An early 20th century Continental porcelain pug dog whistle: with single reed to interior, together with a carved ivory dog's head whistle (glass eyes absent) and an antler whistle. (3)
A Royal Doulton seriesware jardiniere 'The Gallant Fishers':, 22cm diameter.
A 19th century Elsmore & Forester puzzle jug: decorated with Grimaldi The Clown and cock fighting scenes with title beneath, 22cm high.
A plated six-division toast rack: of arched outline, in the form of crossed croquet mallets, the carrying handle in the form of a hoop and ball, raised on ball feet, 16cm. long.
A late 19th /early 20th century bronze Mr Punch clubroom table lighter:, standing holding a feather in one hand and a cup in the other with a cigar in his mouth, on an octagonal wooden base, 25cm high
An early 20th century equestrian theme timepiece:, the single barrel movement with gilt engraved dial and Roman numerals in a circular case with horseshoe frame suspended in a stirrup, 20cm high, together with a horseshoe photograph frame and a bit (3)
A 20th century bronze figure of a racehorse:, unsigned on a marble base, 26cm high.
Major Cecil Brown RA RBS (1868-1926) A Hackney Horse, signed Cecil Brown:, bronze on a rectangular plinth base, 32cm high.
A pair of Edwardian silver mounted opera glasses, William Walker, Chester 1901:, the main tubes with scroll decoration and vacant cartouche, in a black leather case.
An Elizabeth II silver presentation trophy of a Commonwealth soldier, maker Carrington & Co, London, 1964:wearing British army shirt, shorts and webbing, holding his rifle over his shoulder, on an ebonised plinth base, overall height 14cm.
A pair of Georgian children's silver spurs, maker 'BC', London:, with iron spike wheel and chain link mounted buckle, remains of original leather straps.
After Pierre-Jules Mene (1810-1879) a brass figure of a greyhound: on an oval base, 10cm high.
A silver two handled trophy for Dulverton Hunt Point to Point Races 1952:,maker Adie Brothers , Birmingham 1923, and one other silver trophy for Sandyway Agricultural Show, maker Robert Pringle & Sons , London 1929, total weight of silver 14oz
A bronze figure of Napoleon:, 22cm high together with an unused White ensign in sealed bag of issue (2)
An early 20th century silver plate mounted otter's pad belt buckle:, the two pads with engraved end mounts and clasp decorated with a Baronesses coronet over the name 'Mary', 13cm long
A pair of brown leather riding boots and trees by Peal & Co, London:, the boots stamped to interior with maker's mark and numbered '163433' , the trees inscribed 'C C Bradshaw Esq.' together with a pair of wooden boot trees by M Wildsmith & Sons, London, with brass top plate also marked 'R E Sharp Esq.' (glued for display purpose)
A printed silk handkerchief 'Winners of the Derby from the Commencement in 1790':, the central panel with 'Airborne' winner of the Derby in 1946, published by Welch, Margetson & Co , London, framed, 86 x 86cm (damaged)
A copper and brass mounted post horn:, unsigned, 16cm long.
Peal & Co, London and others, three pairs of brown leather boots:, a pair of brown leather shoes, a pair of black leather boots and a pair of black gym shoes etc.
Peal & Co, London a pair of black leather riding boots:, together with three pairs of spurs by Peal, wooden boot trees and an aluminium extractor by Peal, together in a canvas boot box.
Peal & Co, London two pairs of black leather riding boots:, one with boots trees, the other with associated boots trees (a lot)
Peal & Co, London a pair of black leather riding boots: and one other pair by Conway Williams, London (2)
Peal & Co, London two pairs of brown leather riding boots with boot trees:.
An early 20th century Russian nagaika (riding crop):, the ebonised shaft with niello work grip and whip mount, the shaft stamped 'British made', overall length 96cm.
A late Victorian taxidermy parrot under glass dome:, unsigned, naturally set on a gilded wooden socle, 47cm high
A set of 10 point antlers and a set of 14 point antlers on a shield plinth:. (2)
A late 19th century cased taxidermy group of game birds by Ward & Co, London:, naturally set, taxidermist label lower right side panel, in a glazed case, 91 x 101.5 x 31cm
(Lophura nycthemera) Chinese Silver Pheasant. A cased taxidermy specimen: naturally set, unsigned, 49.5 x 93 x 24cm (worm damage to backboard)
(Bonasa umbellus) Ruffed Grouse:, a cased taxidermy specimen, unsigned, 78.5 x 45.5 x 24cm.
A pair of taxidermy mounted Otter masks by Peter Spicer, Leamington Spa:, both on shield plinths with paper labels to verso, one with additional manuscript label 'Jacobstowe Mill West Kennet 1887',
A pair of taxidermy mounted fox masks by Peter Spicer, Leamington Spa:, on shield plinths with paper labels to verso, dated to fronts 'TFH Jan 10th 1907' and 'TFH Oct 15th 1906', to front, and one other fox mask probably by Spicer (2)
A taxidermy otter mask by Peter Spicer & Sons, Leamington:, mounted on a shield plinth and stamped as per title to verso, together with a taxidermy fox mask on an oak shield plinth, probably by Spicer & Son and an otter pad on shield mount, unsigned (3)
A taxidermy fox mask by Peter Spicer, Leamington:, mounted on an oak shield with paper label to verso, together with one other fox mask and tail on an oak shield, probably by Spicer, dated 'TFH Nov 18th 1907' (2)
A pair of taxidermy fox masks by Spicers & Sons, Leamington:, on oak shield plinths with taxidermist's label to verso (2)
An early 20th century preserved deer's head on an oak shield plinth:, and one other of antlers (2) (a/f)
A late 19th century taxidermy group of exotic birds:, including humming birds and others, all naturally set under a glass dome on an oval rosewood veneered base, 59cm high.
A copper and brass powder flask by Bartram & Co:, together with another by G W Hawksley and one other, unsigned (3)
A Moroccan brass powder flask: of triangular form with scroll decorated front, the panel incised with animals and floral scrolls, numbered '1315' to one side and '131' to the other , 21.5cm long
A brass bound canvas covered wooden cartridge case: with fitted divisions, label to lid interior for 'W T Hancock & Co, London', 14 x 33 x 26cm
A group of six late 19th/early 20th century bird calls,: comprising one treen call and five leather bellow calls. (6)
Two Islamic bronze powder flasks: of globular kidney shaped form , one with ivory stopper, (2)
A collection of various cartridge and percussion cap boxes:.
A copper and brass powder flask, by G & J W Hawksley, Sheffield:, with hunting dog and game bird decoration 20.5cm long (a/f)
A painted wooden pigeon decoy:, 34cm long.
A small horn and brass powder horn: together with a brass dram, a copper and brass powder flask, a leather shot flask and a collection of bullet moulds and accessories (a lot)
A horn powder flask by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield:, signed to top as per title and also stamped 'Quick loading Fireproof', 27cm long.
A horn and brass shot flask: unsigned, with lever measure and suspension mounts, 32cm long
A Sykes Patent brass and leather shot flask: together with a copper and brass powder flask (2).