Auction: Monday 5th July 2021, 11am

Viewing: Saturday 3rd July, 9am to 12noon
Viewing: Saturday 12th June, 9am to 12noon
Viewing: Tuesday 15th June, 9am to 12noon

Fine 19th Century Jewellery and Silver, Tokens, Medals and Coins. Mrs Estelle Gould was a long time member of the Silver Society. This is a Live and Online auction. The auction will be held in our rooms at 11am Monday 5 July, and also streamed live online. Catalogue

1

A VICTORIAN BROOCH

Estimate 250 - 450

A VICTORIAN BROOCH, featuring a fly, mounted with emerald, baroque pearl and seed pearls, gold plated pin, on 14ct gold. Weight all in with safety chain 3grams

2

A PAIR OF LATE 19th CENTURY VENETIAN BUTTONS

Estimate 80 - 150

A PAIR OF LATE 19th CENTURY VENETIAN BUTTONS, mosaic work, mounted in metal with gold plated finish. Presented in original box ‘Davide Bedendo Venice’. Circa 1880.

3

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 120 - 220

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS, shaped as leaves, and acorn, yellow metal. Length 4cm.

4

A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH BROOCH

Estimate 50 - 100

A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH BROOCH, mounted with bloodstone, agate, central orange paste on sterling silver. Diameter 5cm. Weight 21grams.

5

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH

Estimate 100 - 200

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH, together with a jet mourning ‘fob chain’.

6

A SCOTTISH BRACELET

Estimate 80 - 120

A SCOTTISH BRACELET, featuring banded agate, bloodstone on silver. Length 20cm. Weight all in 24.2grams.

7

A PEARL NECKLACE

Estimate 100 - 200

A PEARL NECKLACE, off-round cultured pearls of approx. 6.5mm, poor lustre, blemishes, mounted on a 14ct gold clasp enhanced with turquoise beads.

8

AN ANTIQUE MURANO BEADED NECKLACE

Estimate 50 - 100

AN ANTIQUE MURANO BEADED NECKLACE, on brass links.

9

A VICTORIAN TWISTED CHAIN

Estimate 2000 - 2600

A VICTORIAN TWISTED CHAIN, with clasp. Length 75cm. Weight 85.3grams.

10

A SCOTTISH BROOCH

Estimate 80 - 120

A SCOTTISH BROOCH, circular disc shaped, featuring agate, bloodstone on silver. Diameter 6cm. Weight 37grams.

11

A 9ct ROSE GOLD CASE WRISTWATCH

Estimate 120 - 200

A 9ct ROSE GOLD CASE WRISTWATCH, enamel dial.

12

A VICTORIAN MOURNING SWIVEL RING

Estimate 300 - 600

A VICTORIAN MOURNING SWIVEL RING, revealing a niello work panel featuring a fountain or an onyx cabochon cut stone, on well decorated mount approx. 9ct rose gold. Cut ring – resized to K. Weight 3.1grams.

13

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FOB CHAIN

Estimate 80 - 120

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FOB CHAIN, one metal link. Weight 20.3grams.

14

A GEORGIAN JEWELLERY SET

Estimate 300 - 500

A GEORGIAN JEWELLERY SET, comprising a brooch, opening on a mourning locket, with matching earrings, gold finish on metal, green paste and emerald doublets, presented in original box.

15

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH

Estimate 250 - 550

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH, set with garnets, amethyst and spinels, mounted on pinchbeck.

16

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 450 - 850

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS, filigree work, tested as 14ct gold approx. Weight 4.5grams.

17

A SHELL CAMEO BROOCH/PENDANT

Estimate 30 - 60

A SHELL CAMEO BROOCH/PENDANT, featuring a lady’s profile, mounted in 800 standard. Weight 7.6grams.

18

AN ALEXANDRITE SET RING

Estimate 150 - 250

AN ALEXANDRITE SET RING, round cut stone in 9ct rose gold (tested). Size P. Weight 4.4grams.

19

A SHIELD FRAME RING

Estimate 60 - 80

A SHIELD FRAME RING, tested as 9ct gold. Weight 1.8grams.

20

AN INTAGIO RING

Estimate 150 - 250

AN INTAGIO RING, sardonyx mounted in 15ct gold. Size N. Weight 3.9grams

21

A VICTORIAN RING

Estimate 250 - 450

A VICTORIAN RING, mounted with turquoise and split pearls, in 14ct gold (tested). Size O-P. Weight 4.6grams.

22

AN ANTIQUE INTAGLIO RING

Estimate 150 - 250

AN ANTIQUE INTAGLIO RING, carnelian mounted in rose gold tested approx. 14ct. Size K-L. Weight 2.8grams.

23

AN EDWARDIAN PEARL RING

Estimate 250 - 450

AN EDWARDIAN PEARL RING, central pearl of 8mm, and 5mm, very good lustre and seed pearls on sides, mounted in 14ct yellow gold. Size N-O. Weight 4grams.

24

A VICTORIAN RING

Estimate 250 - 450

A VICTORIAN RING, featuring amethyst and diamonds, in gold (tested as 18ct gold). Size L-M. Weight 2.9grams

25

A STERLING SILVER RING

Estimate 60 - 120

A STERLING SILVER RING, set with blue enamel and paste. Size O. Weight 6.5grams. Birmingham 1981.

26

A VICTORIAN MOURNING RING

Estimate 120 - 160

A VICTORIAN MOURNING RING, featuring garnets, engraved ‘Ann Claigh of 1 Sept 1825 Oct 58’, on yellow metal. Size R. Weight 2.9grams.

27

A GEORGIAN MOURNING RING

Estimate 250 - 450

A GEORGIAN MOURNING RING, black enamel, diamonds and seed pearls on 18ct gold, ‘In Memory of’, engraved inside band ‘Vassalli-Helena’. Size M. Weight 3.1grams. Circa 1824.

28

A LATE VICTORIAN MOURNING RING

Estimate 250 - 450

A LATE VICTORIAN MOURNING RING, black enamel, green and colourless sapphires on 18ct yellow gold. The band revealing ‘In Memory of’. Size M. Weight 3.8grams

29

A STERLING SILVER BROOCH

Estimate 20 - 40

A STERLING SILVER BROOCH, set with carnelian. Weight 6.6grams.

30

A 9ct ROSE GOLD RING

Estimate 130 - 160

A 9ct ROSE GOLD RING, featuring shaking hands. By Apex. Size R. Weight 5.1grams.

31

A CRESCENT BROOCH

Estimate 250 - 450

A CRESCENT BROOCH, set with seed pearls, on 14ct gold (tested). Weight 6grams

32

A WEDDING RING

Estimate 150 - 200

A WEDDING RING, 18ct yellow gold. Size R. Weight 3.4grams.

33

A PAIR OF GOLD CUFFLINKS

Estimate 120 - 160

A PAIR OF GOLD CUFFLINKS, signed Apex, 9ct rose gold. Monogrammed HBP. Weight 4.8grams.

34

A PAIR OF ANTIQUE DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 80 - 120

A PAIR OF ANTIQUE DROP EARRINGS, mounted with amethyst on 9ct gold. Weight 1.3grams

35

A CLADDAGH GOLD RING

Estimate 100 - 160

A CLADDAGH GOLD RING, 9ct rose gold, circa 1929. Size R. Weight 2.9grams.

36

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 100 - 200

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS, set with seed pearl, gold plated.

37

A SHELL CAMEO BROOCH

Estimate 120 - 200

A SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, depicting a lady’s profile, mounted in 9ct gold, safety chain. Weight 10.7grams.

38

A VICTORIAN PENDANT

Estimate 80 - 120

A VICTORIAN PENDANT, mounted with an oval cut garnet, on gold plated mount. Length 4.5cm.

39

A WEDDING RING

Estimate 240 - 300

A WEDDING RING, 18ct yellow gold, plain design. Size Q-R. Weight 5.1grams.

40

A PAIR OF PEARL EAR STUDS

Estimate 80 - 150

A PAIR OF PEARL EAR STUDS, featuring 8mm pearls, blemished, medium lustre, Akoya type, on 9ct gold. Weight 2.9grams

41

A WEDDING RING

Estimate 100 - 160

A WEDDING RING, 9ct rose gold, signed by Saunders. Size O. Weight 4grams.

42

A PAIR OF ANTIQUE EARRINGS

Estimate 40 - 60

A PAIR OF ANTIQUE EARRINGS, pinchbeck and seed pearl.

43

A VICTORIAN BROOCH

Estimate 80 - 150

A VICTORIAN BROOCH, circular shaped, the back revealing on a flower specimen on sterling silver. Diameter 3.5cm. Weight 13.3grams

44

A GEORGIAN BAR BROOCH

Estimate 200 - 300

A GEORGIAN BAR BROOCH, featuring ruby and seed pearls on 14ct yellow gold. Weight 3.4grams.

45

A GEORGIAN BAR BROOCH

Estimate 80 - 120

A GEORGIAN BAR BROOCH, set with paste, mounted in gold, silver and metal. Length 4cm. Weight 8.3grams.

46

AN EDWARDIAN BAR BROOCH

Estimate 80 - 120

AN EDWARDIAN BAR BROOCH, set with amethyst, on silver. Length 5cm. Weight 8.2grams.

47

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 250 - 550

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS, featuring blue beads, visible repair, mounted in 14ct gold (tested with acid). Weight 5.4grams.

48

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 300 - 600

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS, featuring two old cut diamonds of approx. 0.05ct each, set in 14ct gold (acid tested). Weight 3.8grams

49

A VICTORIAN CHAIN

Estimate 150 - 250

A VICTORIAN CHAIN, gold plated clasp, each link low carat gold. Weight all in 11.4grams.

50

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH

Estimate 800 - 1200

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH, featuring tassel, nine cabochon cut turquoise, small oval braided mourning setting on back with safety pin. Metal pin. 14ct yellow gold (acid tested). Weight 12.8grams

51

A MINIATURE ANTIQUE BROOCH

Estimate 50 - 100

A MINIATURE ANTIQUE BROOCH, shell cameo featuring a Roman Female profile, mounted in gold plated. Height 2cm.

52

A PAIR OF EARLY 20th CENTURY SILVER DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 120 - 250

A PAIR OF EARLY 20th CENTURY SILVER DROP EARRINGS, the top part set with round cut amethyst, on gilded silver. Drops possibly Victorian and tested as sterling silver; Amethyst part early 20th century. Length 5.5cm. Weight 8.6grams.

53

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 50 - 120

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS, small size, mounted with tiny rough cut diamonds, 9ct gold. Weight 0.9gram

54

A VICTORIAN BROOCH

Estimate 100 - 200

A VICTORIAN BROOCH, well engraved with foliate design, featuring belt and buckles. Metal. Length 6cm.

55

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY MOURNING SAUTOIR

Estimate 60 - 120

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY MOURNING SAUTOIR, off-round and heart alternating beads.

56

A VICTORIAN NECKLACE

Estimate 150 - 200

A VICTORIAN NECKLACE, well-articulated links, metal and sterling silver. 22.6grams.

57

A VICTORIAN FLORENTINE PIETRA DURA BROOCH

Estimate 80 - 120

A VICTORIAN FLORENTINE PIETRA DURA BROOCH, flower panel set in 9ct rose gold. Weight 15.1grams all in.

58

A PAIR OF DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 20 - 40

A PAIR OF DROP EARRINGS, gilt and sterling silver. Weight 3.8grams.

59

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN EAR STUDS

Estimate 150 - 250

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN EAR STUDS, transformed later, featuring turquoise and seed pearls on gold and silver mount. Weight all in 3.3grams. One broken pin.

60

A STERLING SILVER PENDANT

Estimate 30 - 60

A STERLING SILVER PENDANT, shaped as a Dolphin. Weight 24grams.

61

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 150 - 250

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DROP EARRINGS, featuring a ‘Fleur de Lys’, 9ct rose gold (tested). Weight 3.7grams.

62

AN IONA SCOTLAND BROOCH

Estimate 60 - 120

AN IONA SCOTLAND BROOCH, sterling silver, shaped as a crowned heart. Weight 14.3grams. Brass pin. Length 5.5cm.

63

A COIN CHARM BRACELET

Estimate 80 - 120

A COIN CHARM BRACELET, featuring silver token or coins, some engraved with names. Weight all in 58grams.

64

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY MOURNING SAUTOIR

Estimate 50 - 120

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY MOURNING SAUTOIR, set with black, cream and white plastic beads, enhanced with wooden ovoid beads.

65

AN ANTIQUE OPERCULUM BRACELET

Estimate 150 - 250

AN ANTIQUE OPERCULUM BRACELET, mounted on 9ct rose gold. Weight all in 32.5grams.

66

AN AMETHYST TIE PIN

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMETHYST TIE PIN, mounted in gilt.

67

AN EDWARDIAN PINCHBECK MOURNING BROOCH

Estimate 100 - 200

AN EDWARDIAN PINCHBECK MOURNING BROOCH, featuring braided hair.

68

AN ANTIQUE BRASS SEAL

Estimate 20 - 30

AN ANTIQUE BRASS SEAL, intaglio.

69

A MOURNING BLACK AND RED NECKLACE

Estimate 40 - 80

A MOURNING BLACK AND RED NECKLACE, with tassel, circa 1950.

70

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH

Estimate 350 - 550

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH, featuring braided hair, monogrammed SSC to back, in gold – tested as 14ct, with safety chain. Weight 8.7grams

71

A PAIR OF ANTIQUE STYLE DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS

Estimate 450 - 850

A PAIR OF ANTIQUE STYLE DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS, old European cut diamonds of approx. 0.10ct each, mounted on 18ct gold-tested. Weight 3.5grams. With Valuation.

72

A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED LOCKET

Estimate 50 - 100

A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED LOCKET, monogrammed MIO on front, broken bale.

73

AN EDWARDIAN GOLD BAR BROOCH

Estimate 140 - 200

AN EDWARDIAN GOLD BAR BROOCH, set with two old cut synthetic sapphires and an old cut colourless topaz, mounted in 14ct yellow gold. Length 5cm. With safety chain. Weight 6.1grams.

74

AN ANTIQUE SHELL CAMEO BROOCH

Estimate 150 - 250

AN ANTIQUE SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, depicting a Lady’s profile, mounted in 9ct gold, with safety chain. Presented in a ‘Delarue Ltd 378 George St, Sydney, London’. 6x 5cm. Weight 17.9grams.

75

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH

Estimate 200 - 500

A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH, the central panel well decorated with hair, the verso opening on a photograph, the well braided frame enhanced with leaves, 9ct rose gold. Length 8cm. Weight all in 60grams.

76

A STERLING SILVER PERFUME BOTTLE

Estimate 100 - 200

A STERLING SILVER PERFUME BOTTLE, engraved ‘To Annie in Memory of Uncle Willie’, in original case. GW, Birmingham 1865. Weight 24.3grams.

77

A TURQUOISE AND PEARL NECKLACE

Estimate 40 - 60

A TURQUOISE AND PEARL NECKLACE, on metal clasp.

78

A VICTORIAN TORTOISE SHELL JEWELLERY BOX

Estimate 100 - 200

A VICTORIAN TORTOISE SHELL JEWELLERY BOX, raised on ball feet, enhanced with ivory. 18 x 10.5 x H. 5cm.

79

A VICTORIAN ENAMEL STERLING SILVER BUTTON

Estimate 40 - 60

A VICTORIAN ENAMEL STERLING SILVER BUTTON, together with a fan shaped brooch (no pin, painted mother-of-pearl).

80

A COLLECTION OF LATE VICTORIAN IVORY BEADS

Estimate 20 - 40

A COLLECTION OF LATE VICTORIAN IVORY BEADS, some carved into Roses.

81

AN ETNIC SILVER BROOCH/PENDANT

Estimate 40 - 60

AN ETNIC SILVER BROOCH/PENDANT, 900 silver, glass cabochon and cross shaped. Signed MZ 900 to verso. Weight 18grams.

82

A LADIES HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH

Estimate 60 - 120

A LADIES HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH, enamel, silver case, with key. American made circa 1860.

83

TWO WATCHES

Estimate 80 - 120

TWO WATCHES, including a Longines and a Seiko.

84

AN IVORY CARVED MOURNING BOX

Estimate 40 - 60

AN IVORY CARVED MOURNING BOX, with gold and mourning items.

85

A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN AND EARLY 20TH CENTURY PICTURE PENDANTS

Estimate 200 - 400

A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN AND EARLY 20TH CENTURY PICTURE PENDANTS, mixture of gold, gilt, gold lined…

86

TWO ANTIQUE DOG TAGS

Estimate 20 - 40

TWO ANTIQUE DOG TAGS, AND AN ANTIQUE WHISTLE.

87

A VICTORIAN COLLAR ORNAMENT AND A PAIR OF DROP EARRINGS. Metal

Estimate 20 - 40

A VICTORIAN COLLAR ORNAMENT AND A PAIR OF DROP EARRINGS. Metal, with silver finish.

88

A VICTORIAN CARVED IVORY TRINKET BOX

Estimate 30 - 60

A VICTORIAN CARVED IVORY TRINKET BOX, mounted with onyx, mourning memory of a child. Diameter 45mm

89

A PAIR OF STAINLESS STEEL CUFFLINKS

Estimate 20 - 40

A PAIR OF STAINLESS STEEL CUFFLINKS, circa 1930. Together with other sundry pieces.

90

A MINIATURE STERLING SILVER PILL BOX

Estimate 20 - 40

A MINIATURE STERLING SILVER PILL BOX, circular. Weight 4.8grams. Diameter 25mm.

91

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token ‘All My Love Peter, 1892’, featuring a bust of Queen Victoria. Worn.

92

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, ‘GB to BK’ on Victorian coin, with suspension hole on top.

93

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a token, engraved with The Lord’s Prayer, on a 1938 three pence.

94

FRANCE

Estimate 50 - 100

FRANCE: a WWI love token, engraved ‘Belgium Palestine, Egypt, Salonica, France’, on a French coin, with suspension hole on top.

95

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a token, engraved ‘(…) August 19th 1766 Bombay’. Worn.

96

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, monogrammed BF with engraving, on four pence, 1845.

97

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a commercial Middlesex Newgate 1794 Halfpenny token.

98

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘Remember Me Tom’ around Queen Victoria’s bust, on one shilling, 1895.

99

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: a commercial Moore Middlesex token, 1795.

100

GREAT BRITAIN – NORFOLK

Estimate 60 - 120

GREAT BRITAIN – NORFOLK: Norwich. A Conder Halfpenny commercial token, 1792.

101

EGYPT

Estimate 50 - 100

EGYPT: a love token, engraved ‘SGT WH Price’, on 50 Piastres, with suspension hole on top, 1916.

102

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, featuring a bust of George V, engraved ‘European War 1914 H.A 2101 4th Yorks’, with suspension hole.

103

AUSTRALIA

Estimate 30 - 60

AUSTRALIA: a commemorative token, in memory of Queen Victoria (died 1901), with suspension hole.

104

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘Mother 1814’, on a 1892 Victorian coin, with suspension hole on top.

105

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘Algier’s Oran 1942 to Mother from Bill’, on a French brass coin, with suspension hole on top.

106

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, ‘W. Sturt died Dec. 23 18?3’, on a 1826 King George IV coin, copper.

107

INDIA

Estimate 50 - 100

INDIA: a trench art token, engraved ‘R.C. H.J.Moleta 2587 R.E. Vera my love’, on a 1877 one rupee.

108

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a WWI trench art token, engraved ‘H.Gould 267881’, featuring a Devonshire Hat badge, on a King George V coin.

109

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘WA 1787’ and ‘JA’ on verso, on a King George II coin.

110

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 100 - 200

GREAT BRITAIN: a WWI trench art token, featuring a cut-out profile of King George V wearing a boater hat.

111

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ’28/12/1901 To Ellie from Sydney’, on copper coin.

112

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘Faye Louise Take Care Ivan’, on a Queen Elizabeth II coin, 1977.

113

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 80

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘Love is True’ and ‘RW to TW’, on reverse, with stamped heart in middle.

114

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: three love token, engraved ‘GrandPa’, ‘Vin 1893’, and ‘Auntie Jennie’, on Victorian coins.

115

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 80

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘Kate’ on observe, on a Queen Victoria coin, with suspension hole on top.

116

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 80

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘RG to HR’ in heart, on a Queen Victoria coin.

117

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘Thursday Child has Far to go’, on a Queen Victoria coin, with suspension hole.

118

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘AB, I*I*8*1779’, on a King William III coin.

119

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a ‘love’ token, inscribed ‘Gloucester Cathedral’ on observe, and engraved ‘CHG’ on reverse, with bale.

120

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 80

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved on both sides, monogrammed IHR and IJQ.

121

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, well engraved with leaf design and monogrammed KCA on observe, on a King Edward VII coin.

122

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘Souvenir Ada Kathleen Beatrice Helen 3rd Jan 1901’, on a 1900 florin.

123

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 80

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘CMH to WRH’ in centre, on a William III coin, with suspension.

124

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘EMM 25.12.99’ on observe, on a 1881 three pence coin.

125

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 80

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘BR’, on a 1918 three pence coin, with suspension hole.

126

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a medal, featuring an engraving of St Mary Tuteury on observe, on a 1887 three pence.

127

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN : a love token, monogrammed ‘IJ’ and well engraved with face to verso.

128

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, split in half and engraved ‘HCF’ and ‘MAF’, on a Queen Victoria coin.

129

SIX REPRODUCTION CONVICT LOVE TOKENS

Estimate 20 - 30

SIX REPRODUCTION CONVICT LOVE TOKENS, in three packs.

129A

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, featuring Queen Anne, engraved ‘SMJC – JG’, on a 1708 crown.

129B

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘1763 – Polly Reddish John Browne’, on a King William III (1650-1702) crown, 1763.

129C

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 80 - 160

GREAT BRITAIN, a love token, engraved ‘WG Porter – Born – Octr 13th 1813’, on a King George III ‘cartwheel’ penny, copper, 1797.

129D

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 80 - 160

GREAT BRITAIN: a love token, engraved ‘W G Porter – Born Octr 13th 1813.’, on a King George III ‘cartwheel’ penny, copper, 1797.

129E

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 60 - 120

GREAT BRITAIN: a Boer war trench art pendant, with suspension hole on top, featuring Queen Victoria, stamped ‘MAFEKING’, on a 1900 penny, 1899-1902.

129F

UNITED STATES

Estimate 40 - 80

UNITED STATES: a love token, engraved ‘D. Gallagher & Wife – From – Ed Gallagher – USMC – 1900 – OLONGAPO. P.I.’ on a 1850 Mexican silver coin, 1900.

129G

SOUTH AFRICA

Estimate 40 - 80

SOUTH AFRICA: a Boer war love token, featuring president Kruger and engraved ‘TO ADA’ with flowers and bows, on a South African two 1/2 shillings coin, 1899-1902.

129H

SOUTH AFRICA

Estimate 150 - 300

SOUTH AFRICA: a Boer war trench art token, featuring president Kruger with a hat and pipe, on a 1894 South African shilling, 1899-1902.

129I

SOUTH AFRICA

Estimate 150 - 300

SOUTH AFRICA: a Boer war trench art token, featuring president Kruger with a bushmen’s hat, pipe and collar, on a 1894 South African shilling, 1899-1902.

129J

SOUTH AFRICA

Estimate 150 - 300

SOUTH AFRICA: a Boer war trench art token, featuring president Kruger with a top hat and pipe, on a 1892 South African two 1/2 shillings coin, 1899-1902.

129K

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 150 - 300

GREAT BRITAIN: a Boer war trench art token, featuring Queen Victoria, engraved with a hat, beard and uniform to resemble King Edward VII, on a 1887 pence, 1899-1902.

129L

SOUTH AFRICA

Estimate 100 - 200

SOUTH AFRICA: a Boer war trench art token, featuring president Kruger and engraved ‘Boer war 1899 to 1901 – Kroonstad O.R.C’, on a 1896 two shillings coin, 1899-1902.

129M

MEXICO

Estimate 40 - 80

MEXICO: a remembrance token, on two reales, engraved ‘in memory of a friend – died 22 dec. 1810 aged 84’, with initials ‘AL’.

129N

AUSTRALIA

Estimate 20 - 40

AUSTRALIA: a commercial token, inscribed ‘A. TOOGOOD SYDNEY – merchant Pitt & King St’, on a 1855 British coin.

129O

AUSTRALIA

Estimate 40 - 80

AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND AND GREAT BRITAIN: a collection of merchant tokens and coins, including 1871 and 1855.

130

A GROUP OF ANTIQUE CALL-IN CARDS

Estimate 20 - 40

A GROUP OF ANTIQUE CALL-IN CARDS, in pouch

131

A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN TREEN PIN CUSHIONS

Estimate 50 - 100

A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN TREEN PIN CUSHIONS, cedar and black velvet. Height 7.5cm all in.

132

A SUITE OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE

Estimate 1100 - 1600

A SUITE OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE, Old English shell, monogrammed ‘R’, comprising five main forks, six entree forks and six dessert spoons, Elizabeth Eaton London 1857. Weight 1,324grams. (17)

133

FOUR STERLING SILVER PATE KNIVES

Estimate 100 - 160

FOUR STERLING SILVER PATE KNIVES, Art Nouveau, Atkin Brothers Sheffield, 1905. Weight 127grams.

134

FOUR GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER DOG NOSE TABLE SPOONS

Estimate 200 - 500

FOUR GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER DOG NOSE TABLE SPOONS, engraved with wings and half-moon, Dublin mid-18th century, faint marks. Weight 232grams.

135

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOON

Estimate 50 - 100

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOON, Old English pattern, engraved ‘Sarah’ to handle, William Welch II Exeter 1810. Weight 55grams.

136

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER DOG NOSE TABLE SPOON

Estimate 50 - 100

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER DOG NOSE TABLE SPOON, engraved GA 1772-1779 to back of handle. Weight 35grams. Mark indistinct.

137

TWO STERLING SILVER FORKS

Estimate 100 - 200

TWO STERLING SILVER FORKS, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, monogrammed, entree fork by Chawner & Co London circa 1860, and a main fork, by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner London 1809. Weight 147grams

138

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOON

Estimate 50 - 120

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOON, Old English pattern, well decorated with engravings, monogrammed, circa 1800, possibly by George Cowles, London. Weight 55grams.

139

TWO VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS

Estimate 60 - 120

TWO VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS, the Queen pattern one monogrammed, James Wilks, London 1852 and a Kings pattern one, initialled to back, London 1849. Weight 124grams.

140

TWO GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER DOG NOSE SPOONS

Estimate 120 - 160

TWO GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER DOG NOSE SPOONS, faint marks. Weight 119grams.

141

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER FISH SLICE

Estimate 140 - 220

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER FISH SLICE, fiddle pattern, the blade well decorated with openwork, crested, James Beebe London 1823. Weight 179grams.

142

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 150 - 220

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON, Old English, thread and shell pattern, John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater London 1892. Weight 220grams.

143

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GARVY LADLES

Estimate 100 - 200

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GARVY LADLES, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, monogrammed on handle, Elizabeth Eaton, London 1852. Weight 196grams.

144

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER LADLE

Estimate 200 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER LADLE, Old English pattern, thread and shell pattern, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1897. Weight 304grams

145

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 120 - 220

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON, fiddle pattern, well engraved in bowl depicting St George and the Dragon, initialled on handle, Charles Wallis London 1853. Weight 152grams.

146

A SILVER CUP

Estimate 40 - 60

A SILVER CUP, monogrammed, swirls and foliate design, repaired, damaged. Together with a STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON, Gibson & Co Ltd London 1918. Weight 81grams. (2)

147

A RARE 18th CENTURY STERLING SILVER NIPPLE GUARD

Estimate 150 - 250

A RARE 18th CENTURY STERLING SILVER NIPPLE GUARD, crested, no hallmark, specially made to order. Weight 12.7grams. Diameter 5.5cm.

148

TWO GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TEA SPOONS

Estimate 30 - 60

TWO GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TEA SPOONS, Old English pattern, engraved on handle ‘A.G. 79 S.D.’, George Ferris Exeter 1811. Weight 23grams.

149

A GROUP OF STERLING SILVER FORKS

Estimate 150 - 250

A GROUP OF STERLING SILVER FORKS, including entree and main, pickles, all English hallmarks. Weight 208grams.

150

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 100 - 200

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON, fiddle pattern, John James Whiting London 1848. Weight 140grams.

151

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 100 - 200

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, crest on handle, Elizabeth Eaton London 1846. Weight 187grams.

152

A STERLING SILVER PIN TUBE

Estimate 20 - 40

A STERLING SILVER PIN TUBE, plain design, Adie & Lovekin Ltd Birmingham 1912.

153

AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER VESTA CASE

Estimate 40 - 60

AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER VESTA CASE, with shield and foliate design, stamped Sterling. Weight 23.8grams.

154

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE

Estimate 100 - 200

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE, lightly engraved ‘In Memorium EMG’, gilt interior, maker’s mark …M, Birmingham, 1818. Weight 10.5grams.

155

FIVE VARIOUS STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS

Estimate 250 - 450

FIVE VARIOUS STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS, all English or Irish. Together with a dessert spoon, damaged. Weight all in 323grams.

156

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON

Estimate 60 - 80

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON, Old English pattern, Richard Crossley London 1796. Weight 20grams. Together with a sterling silver tea spoon (Walter & John Barnard, London, 1894) and a measure spoon. Weight 34grams. (3)

157

A STERLING SILVER BERRY SPOON

Estimate 40 - 60

A STERLING SILVER BERRY SPOON, faint marks, possibly Edinburgh. Weight 33grams

158

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FRUIT FORK

Estimate 40 - 80

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FRUIT FORK, Queen pattern, monogrammed, MAC, probably by John Kilpatrick, London 1871. Weight 63grams.

159

THREE STERLING SILVER TABLE FORKS

Estimate 200 - 400

THREE STERLING SILVER TABLE FORKS, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, monogrammed, Robert Wallis, London 1847. Weight 259grams

160

A VICTORIAN KINGS PATTERN DESSERT SPOON

Estimate 80 - 160

A VICTORIAN KINGS PATTERN DESSERT SPOON, initialled ‘D’ on handle, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1841. Weight 60grams. Together with another VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON, possibly by Elizabeth Eaton, London 1856. Weight 59grams. Total weight 119grams. (2)

161

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TABLE FORKS

Estimate 100 - 200

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TABLE FORKS, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, initials removed, Chawner & Co, London circa 1866. Weight 185grams

162

A STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

A STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON, monogrammed handle, repaired. Weight all in 29grams.

163

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON

Estimate 20 - 30

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON, fiddle pattern, engraved, monogrammed MOL, H J Lias & Son, London circa 1866. Weight 14grams.

164

A WILLIAM IV STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 100 - 200

A WILLIAM IV STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON, fiddle pattern, monogrammed JD, Charles Boyton (I) London 1834. Weight 118grams.

165

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON

Estimate 40 - 80

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON, fancy pattern, monogrammed on handle, John James Whiting London 1852. Weight 62grams.

166

A SET OF STERLING SILVER CAKE FORKS

Estimate 100 - 200

A SET OF STERLING SILVER CAKE FORKS, for six, embossed handles, Gee & Holmes, Sheffield 1958. Boxed. Weight 145grams.

167

THIRTEEN STERLING SILVER DINNER KNIVES

Estimate 100 - 200

THIRTEEN STERLING SILVER DINNER KNIVES, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, Terry Shaverin, Sheffield, 1990. With TEN MATCHING ENTREE KNIVES. All with stainless steel blades. (23)

168

A PART VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SET

Estimate 200 - 400

A PART VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SET, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, monogrammed E.B, comprising entree and main fork, and two table spoons, sauce ladle, Elizabeth Eaton, London 1857. Weight 470grams.

169

AN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON, the handle showing ‘Souvenir’ and with ‘Justicia’ finial. London 1899. Weight 25grams.

170

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON

Estimate 40 - 80

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON, Ol English and bead pattern with foliate engraving, Henry Holland, London 1872. Weight 48grams

171

A STERLING SILVER MOUSTACHE TEA SPOON

Estimate 40 - 60

A STERLING SILVER MOUSTACHE TEA SPOON, monogrammed LB on handle, James Wintle London 1817. Weight 27grams.

172

A SILVER PLATED MOUSTACHE SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

A SILVER PLATED MOUSTACHE SPOON, fiddle pattern.

173

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT FORK AND SPOON

Estimate 80 - 120

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT FORK AND SPOON, all over decoration with foliate, engraved A.L.S from H.S.S June 13 1888. John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater London 1887. Weight 62grams.

174

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON AND FORK

Estimate 60 - 120

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON AND FORK, fiddle, thread and shell patter, the spoon monogrammed GD, Chawner & Co, London 1876, the fork by William Robert Smily London 1858. Weight 66grams.

175

A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON, Hanoverian pattern, shell back, engraved to front ‘The gift of Ann Hill’ and ‘Tho’s humphris’ to back of handle , circa 1747. Weight 26grams.

176

A STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

A STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, Walker & Hall Sheffield 1959. Weight 18.9grams.

177

A STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

A STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON, well engraved with farm animals, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater London 1903. Weight 24grams

178

A STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON

Estimate 20 - 50

A STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON, ‘Mother Hubbard’ to Susan, Kirby Beard Ltd Sheffield 1944. Weight 24grams

179

A STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 50

A STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, featuring ‘Mary had a little Lamb’, W H Collins & Co Glasgow, 1907. Weight 19grams.

180

A STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

A STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, featuring ‘This Little Pig went to Market’, Levi & Salaman Birmingham 1900. Weight 18.1grams.

181

A STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

A STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, decorated with ‘Little Miss Muffet’, Walker & Hall Birmingham 1907. Weight 14.3grams.

182

A STERLING SILVER BABY RATTLE

Estimate 60 - 120

A STERLING SILVER BABY RATTLE, ivory ring, mother of pearl handle, featuring ‘Little Bo Peep’, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham 1920.

183

A BABY RATTLE

Estimate 50 - 100

A BABY RATTLE, moss agate handle, sterling silver head shaped as a dog, Crisford & Norris Ltd Birmingham 1906. Length 8.5cm.

184

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BABY RATTLE

Estimate 40 - 60

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BABY RATTLE, mother-of-pearl handle, well embossed with animals, ‘Hey Diddle Diddle’, Adie & Lovekin Ltd Birmingham 1901. Length 9.5cm.

185

A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED BABY RATTLE

Estimate 30 - 60

A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED BABY RATTLE, the finial well decorated with a face, engraved ‘Victoria Hayes born 3rd June 1848’.

186

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY BIB CLIPS

Estimate 30 - 60

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY BIB CLIPS, shaped as rabbits. Weight 8.4grams.

187

A STERLING SILVER BOWL

Estimate 140 - 200

A STERLING SILVER BOWL, depicting war scene and engraved ‘Resolved That We Never Should Forget Our Animal Friends’. Weight 126grams. Diameter 11.5cm.

188

A STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING CUP

Estimate 100 - 150

A STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING CUP, well decorated with foliate, squirrels John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, London 1886. Weight 117grams.

189

A STERLING SILVER CUP

Estimate 160 - 220

A STERLING SILVER CUP, single handle, raised on circular foot, engraved ‘Peter Pan’, Robert Edgar Stone London 1946. Weight 197grams.

190

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING CUP

Estimate 110 - 160

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING CUP, single handle, monogrammed, engraved to base ‘From his maternal Grandmother Anne Maria Capps May 9th 1844’, Charles Fox I London 1813. Weight 132grams.

191

A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED SINGLE HANDLED CUP

Estimate 20 - 40

A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED SINGLE HANDLED CUP, well decorated with Children, ‘Presented to Reginald Frank Bush, born Aug 7th 1894…’. Height 8cm.

192

A STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING CUP

Estimate 150 - 250

A STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING CUP, circular stepped base, with rooster, chicken design, engraved ‘Brigid’, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1946. Weight 175grams. In original box.

193

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CUP

Estimate 180 - 220

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CUP, single handle, lightly engraved with Cottage and children decoration, Walker & Hall (John Edward Bingham) London 1883. Weight 199grams. In original case.

194

A STERLING SILVER CUP

Estimate 100 - 200

A STERLING SILVER CUP, well decorated with the Noah’s Ark, gilt interior. Weight 121grams.

195

A SILVER PLATED CUP AND HORSE MENU STAND. (2)

Estimate 30 - 60

A SILVER PLATED CUP AND HORSE MENU STAND. (2)

196

A STERLING SILVER CUP

Estimate 120 - 160

A STERLING SILVER CUP, gilt interior, the decoration featuring flowers and cartouche. Stamped 925. Weight 147grams.

197

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, featuring farm animals. Weight 20.8grams.

198

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BIRTH BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BIRTH BABY SPOON, for Therese Elizabeth Pavia 1916 May 22. Weight 23.3grams.

199

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, featuring a Boston Terrier. Weight 20.3grams

200

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, featuring ‘Little Bo-Peep’. Weight 12.1grams.

201

THREE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOONS

Estimate 60 - 80

THREE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOONS, ‘Birth Record’, ‘Buster Brown’ and ‘Tom Tom the piper’s son’. Weight 66.2grams.

202

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, ‘Lucy Locket’. Weight 20.8grams.

203

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 60

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, 1894, featuring a Kitten. Inscribed to Thomas. Weight 20.6grams.

204

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, ‘Bow Wow Wow’. Weight 14.7grams.

205

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, ‘There was an old Woman who lived in a shoe’. Weight 12.3grams.

206

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, ‘Little Boy Blue’. Weight 18.9grams.

207

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, inscribed ‘Edna 1903’, featuring three kittens. Weight 20.8grams.

208

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, featuring ‘Who killed Cock Robin’. Weight 20.6grams.

209

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, ‘Chuck Chuck said the Hen’. Weight 10.5grams.

210

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY BIRTH SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY BIRTH SPOON, W. Allan Lavender, 1919 Nov. 7. Weight 19.4grams.

211

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SET

Estimate 40 - 60

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SET, comprising fork and spoon, ‘Little boy blue’ and “Little Miss Muffet’. Weight 27.6grams.

212

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, featuring a witch, pat. 1898. Weight 16.6grams.

213

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 30

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, dog shaped handle, inscribed Doggie on handle. Weight 19grams.

214

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON

Estimate 30 - 60

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON, ‘Kathleen’, Import hallmarked. Weight 33.1grams

215

FOUR AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOONS

Estimate 80 - 100

FOUR AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOONS, ‘The Man in the Moon’, ‘A Donkey Party’, ‘Rock a Bye Baby on the Tree Top’, and the last one inscribed ‘Joseph’. Weight 64.7grams.

216

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 60

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, well decorated with ‘Little Jack Horner’. Weight 21.6grams.

217

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BIRTH SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BIRTH SPOON, ‘Grace Dec 14th 1915’. Weight 27grams.

218

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, featuring Who Killed Cock Robin’. Weight 17.3grams.

219

A TIFFANY & Co STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 100 - 200

A TIFFANY & Co STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, rabbit ear shaped. Weight 39grams. Circa 1950.

220

A TIFFANY & Co STERLING SILVER INFANT BABY SPOON

Estimate 30 - 60

A TIFFANY & Co STERLING SILVER INFANT BABY SPOON, Stork shaped. Weight 23grams. Circa 1995.

221

A TIFFANY & CO STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON

Estimate 60 - 120

A TIFFANY & CO STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON, the handle well decorated with characters. Weight 59grams.

222

SIX TIFFANY & Co STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS

Estimate 350 - 550

SIX TIFFANY & Co STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS, Persian pattern, monogrammed ‘EA’ on handle, circa 1872. Weight 464grams.

223

AN AMERICAN ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOON

Estimate 50 - 120

AN AMERICAN ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOON, the handle well decorated with poppies and monogrammed F.F.L. Weight 63grams. Together with another American by R.Wallace silver plated serving fork ‘1835 R.Wallace’. (2)

224

TWO SILVER PLATED BERRY SPOONS AND ANOTHER.

Estimate 20 - 40

TWO SILVER PLATED BERRY SPOONS AND ANOTHER.

225

A PAIR OF AMERICAN SILVER TABLE SPOON

Estimate 100 - 200

A PAIR OF AMERICAN SILVER TABLE SPOON, the handle well decorated with flowers, monogrammed to back McD, by Cady & Olmstead. Weight 108grams.

226

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BABY SPOON, ‘Peter Rabbit’. Weight 14.8grams.

227

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON, ‘May II Apple Blossom’ and ‘Gemini’ handle, inscribed John in bowl. Weight 24grams.

228

TWO AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOONS

Estimate 40 - 60

TWO AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOONS, including a Birth spoon (Paul Miller Jan. 1929). Weight 59.8grams.

229

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON

Estimate 30 - 60

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER INFANT SPOON, monogrammed LR, well decorated. Weight 30.2grams.

230

FOUR INFANT SPOONS

Estimate 20 - 30

FOUR INFANT SPOONS, stainless steel or silver plated, including Carlton ones.

231

AN AMERICAN SILVERED INFANT FORK

Estimate 40 - 60

AN AMERICAN SILVERED INFANT FORK, by Rogers, Together with another and two infant silver plated spoons. (4)

232

TWO SILVER ITEMS

Estimate 30 - 60

TWO SILVER ITEMS, including a 933 silver ‘David’ napkin ring. Weight 20grams.

233

A STERLING SILVER THIMBLE

Estimate 30 - 60

A STERLING SILVER THIMBLE, embossed with rabbits, Ammonite Ltd Birmingham 1982. Together with AN AMERICAN MONEY CLIP, sterling silver, featuring a drummer and ‘Rub a Dub Dub’. Weight all in 13.4grams. (2)

234

A GERMAN SILVER INFANT SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

A GERMAN SILVER INFANT SPOON, well decorated finial. Weight 30.2grams.

235

A RUSSIAN TEA SPOON

Estimate 20 - 50

A RUSSIAN TEA SPOON, all over engraving on handle, monogrammed to front handle, dated 1952. Weight 22grams.

235A

A POLISH CADDY SPOON

Estimate 20 - 50

A POLISH CADDY SPOON, gilt bowl, well decorated bowl and handle. 800 standard. Weight 19grams.

236

A DUTCH SILVER BABY FEEDING PUSHER

Estimate 20 - 30

A DUTCH SILVER BABY FEEDING PUSHER, inscribed to Erika dated 26-9-75, 833 standard, 1947. Weight 21.5grams.

237

EIGHT LATE 19th CENTURY NAPKIN RINGS

Estimate 80 - 120

EIGHT LATE 19th CENTURY NAPKIN RINGS, comprising a Scottish sterling silver well embossed one (depicting a Young farm girl, initialled IH, by T Smith & Son, Glasgow 1886 – 26.1grams), a sterling silver pair of engraved ones (with young girl playing Badminton type game or swing – tested 925 silver – 54.4grams), a German silver one (by Schneider, 800 silver, embossed young women with a dog/wolf – 31grams), four silver plated ones well engraved with fields or comic scenes.

238

UNITED STATES

Estimate 40 - 60

UNITED STATES: Newport, Oregon 1996 silver medallion, 285/2500 edition, ‘I helped Keiko’.

239

SIX N.E. CRITTENDEN AMERICAN ENTREE FORKS

Estimate 150 - 250

SIX N.E. CRITTENDEN AMERICAN ENTREE FORKS, silver, with dot and foliate pattern, monogrammed. Weight 224grams.

240

SIX AMERICAN STERLING SILVER FORKS

Estimate 250 - 450

SIX AMERICAN STERLING SILVER FORKS, Ball Black & Co 1850-1876 silver with fancy pattern handle, monogrammed. Weight 357grams.

241

A STERLING SILVER CREAM LADLE

Estimate 30 - 60

A STERLING SILVER CREAM LADLE, fiddle pattern, London 1828. Weight 29grams.

242

THREE GEORGIAN FIDDLE THREAD AND SHELL PATTERN TEA SPOONS

Estimate 60 - 80

THREE GEORGIAN FIDDLE THREAD AND SHELL PATTERN TEA SPOONS, two George IV by Sarah & John William Blake, London 1822 and one George III by William Eley & William Fearn circa 1797. Weight 74grams.

243

A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT COMMEMORATIVE SPOON

Estimate 50 - 100

A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT COMMEMORATIVE SPOON, engraved on handle ‘Henry Revell Reynolds, Baptzd Jan. 1st 1857 – Festival of ‘the Circumcision of Christ’, figural finial, James Wintle, London circa 1850. Weight 66grams.

244

AN ENGLISH AND DUTCH BIRTH SPOON

Estimate 50 - 100

AN ENGLISH AND DUTCH BIRTH SPOON, Dutch twisted neck, characters shaped handle, English hallmarked and Dutch hallmarked bowl well engraved ‘3rd March/May 1720’, B H Joseph & Co (Barnet Henry Joseph) London 1888 – with ‘F’ (1840) lettre date from the Netherlands. Weight 66grams.

245

A DUTCH SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 200 - 500

A DUTCH SILVER BASTING SPOON, Dutch provincial, circa 1740. Weight 238grams

246

A PAIR OF DUTCH SILVER PICKLE FORKS

Estimate 40 - 60

A PAIR OF DUTCH SILVER PICKLE FORKS, well decorated on handle, flower pattern, circa 1855, 835 standard. Weight 33grams.

247

SIX DUTCH SILVER TABLE SPOONS

Estimate 200 - 400

SIX DUTCH SILVER TABLE SPOONS, rattai pattern, J.M. Van Kempen & Son, circa 1920. Weight 244grams.

248

A SUITE OF DUTCH SILVER FLATWARE

Estimate 1200 - 1600

A SUITE OF DUTCH SILVER FLATWARE, Rose, dots and ribbon pattern, 830 silver, comprising salad servers, six main forks, six entree forks, six table spoons, seven tea spoons, six soup spoons, a sauce ladle, two serving spoons. Weight all in 1676grams. (32)

249

A DUTCH LARGE SEA FOOD FORK

Estimate 30 - 60

A DUTCH LARGE SEA FOOD FORK, 835 standard, fish finial, 1888. Weight 29grams.

250

A FRENCH SILVER TABLE SPOON

Estimate 40 - 60

A FRENCH SILVER TABLE SPOON, dot pattern, shield to back, 800 standard. Weight 45grams.

251

FOUR 19th CENTURY FRENCH SILVER MAIN FORKS

Estimate 300 - 500

FOUR 19th CENTURY FRENCH SILVER MAIN FORKS, monogrammed on back of handle. Weight 334grams.

252

SIX AUSTRIAN SILVER FISH KNIVES AND FORKS

Estimate 120 - 240

SIX AUSTRIAN SILVER FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, monogrammed on handle, rope and foliate design, 800 standard. Handles and blades silver. Weight all in 417grams. Maker ABA.

253

AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN STERLING SILVER LADLE

Estimate 150 - 250

AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN STERLING SILVER LADLE, circa 1900. Weight 198grams.

253A

AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON

Estimate 20 - 40

AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON, 800 standard. Weight 27.3grams.

254

A HUNGARIAN SILVER TABLE SPOON

Estimate 50 - 80

A HUNGARIAN SILVER TABLE SPOON, 800 standard. Weight 71grams.

255

A HUNGARIAN SILVER TEA SPOON

Estimate 20 - 60

A HUNGARIAN SILVER TEA SPOON, 800 standard. Weight 26grams.

256

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY GERMAN SILVER LADLE AND MATCHING BASTING SPOON

Estimate 150 - 350

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY GERMAN SILVER LADLE AND MATCHING BASTING SPOON, 800 standard, Art Nouveau foliate finial. Weight 365grams

257

A LATE 19th CENTURY NORWEGIAN SILVER SPOON

Estimate 100 - 200

A LATE 19th CENTURY NORWEGIAN SILVER SPOON, thread pattern, 82% silver, signed by Thune, worked in Oslo, dated 1871. Weight 190grams.

258

A RUSSIAN SILVER TABLE SPOON

Estimate 40 - 80

A RUSSIAN SILVER TABLE SPOON, dated 1895, St Petersburgh. Weight 67grams.

259

A SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 150 - 250

A SILVER BASTING SPOON, possibly from Austria or Germany, circa 17th century. Weight 184grams.

260

A SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 80 - 120

A SILVER BASTING SPOON, monogrammed on handle. Possibly German, 16th-17th century. Weight 89grams.

261

A STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 100 - 200

A STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON, the bowl well decorated with flower, monogrammed on handle, stamped ‘PK63’. Weight 183grams.

262

AN INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER BASTING SPOON

Estimate 100 - 200

AN INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER BASTING SPOON, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, monogrammed ‘B’, Hamilton & Co, Calculta, late 19th century. Weight 165grams.

263

FOUR STERLING SILVER CAKE FORKS

Estimate 250 - 350

FOUR STERLING SILVER CAKE FORKS, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, monogrammed on handle ‘B’, Hamilton & Co., mid-19th century. Together with an English silver matching fork. Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1840. Weight 260grams.

264

FIVE INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER TABLE SPOONS

Estimate 200 - 400

FIVE INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER TABLE SPOONS, Hamilton & Co, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, monogrammed ‘B’ on handle. Together with a matching one by BHDC, London 1840. Weight 306grams.

265

SIX VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS

Estimate 400 - 600

SIX VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, all monogrammed B on handle. Five of them Colonial Indian mid-19th century. One by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1840. Weight 492grams

266

A INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER LADLE

Estimate 220 - 450

A INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER LADLE, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, Hamilton & Co, late 19th century. Weight 251grams

267

A MAPPIN & WEBB STERLING SILVER DOUBLE HANDLED CUP

Estimate 300 - 500

A MAPPIN & WEBB STERLING SILVER DOUBLE HANDLED CUP, monogrammed CMR, well decorated with foliate, gilt interior, Mappin & Webb (John Newton Mappin) London 1893. Length 20cm. Weight 358grams.

268

A BATCHELOR’S TEA POT

Estimate 250 - 450

A BATCHELOR’S TEA POT, sterling silver – tested – unstamped, wooden handle. Weight all in 344grams.

269

A LATE 19th CENTURY AMEICAN SILVER JUG

Estimate 200 - 400

A LATE 19th CENTURY AMEICAN SILVER JUG, well decorated with swirls, by Purecoin, with English import mark, Birmingham circa 1855. Height 19cm. Weight 307grams

270

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER MILK JUG

Estimate 150 - 250

AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER MILK JUG, ‘Lady Diana’ pattern, foliate and swirls, gilt interior, 20th century, by Towle. Height 13.5cm. Weight 330grams.

271

A SILVER PLATED TEA POT

Estimate 80 - 120

A SILVER PLATED TEA POT, well decorated with butterfly, bamboo, egret, monogrammed. Height 13cm.

272

A STERLING SILVER DESSERT SET

Estimate 300 - 500

A STERLING SILVER DESSERT SET, for six, the handle well decorated with floral design. Weight all in 564grams. No hallmarks.

273

TWO ARABIC STERLING SILVER SPOONS

Estimate 60 - 90

TWO ARABIC STERLING SILVER SPOONS, of various patterns. Weight 63grams.

274

TWO STERLING SILVER BUTTER KNIVES

Estimate 50 - 80

TWO STERLING SILVER BUTTER KNIVES, various pattern, Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd Sheffield 1910 and Hilliard & Thomason Birmingham 1894. Weight 47grams all in

275

A BREAD KNIFE AND A CAKE KNIFE

Estimate 40 - 60

A BREAD KNIFE AND A CAKE KNIFE, silver handles, stainless steel blades. (2)

276

SIX ASIAN SILVER TEA SPOONS

Estimate 40 - 60

SIX ASIAN SILVER TEA SPOONS, with Elephant finials. Weight 66grams. Tested as silver.

277

A GROUP OF SOUVENIR SILVER SPOONS

Estimate 80 - 120

A GROUP OF SOUVENIR SILVER SPOONS, with various finials. Weight all in 134grams. (13)

278

SIX BAMBOO FINISH STRAWS

Estimate 40 - 80

SIX BAMBOO FINISH STRAWS, silver plated. Weight 79grams.

279

ENGLAND

Estimate 20 - 50

ENGLAND: East and West Africa Medal, bar indicating ‘Benn 1897’, to P. Higgs.

280

ENGLAND

Estimate 20 - 40

ENGLAND: China War medal 1857-60, bar indication ‘Canton 1857’, unnamed.

281

ENGLAND

Estimate 20 - 40

ENGLAND: South Africa 1853 medal to John Hudson Cape MD Riflemen

282

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Queen’s SA Medal 1899-1902, 3 bars engraved 350 Pte W.W.E.Pope NSW M.R.

283

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Indian General Service medal 1936-39 Bar indicating ‘North West Frontier 1937-39’, to Pritam Singh.

284

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Afghanistan 1878-80 medal to Sepoy Futteh Sing 23rd Pioneers’.

285

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Indian General Service medal 1895-1902 Bar indicating ‘Punjab Frontier 1897-98’, to F.Kirby.

286

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Turkis Crimea medal, Sardinia issue to G.McPhee.

287

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: medal, bar indicating ‘Chin Lushai 1889-90’ to ‘T.Lovelle’.

288

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN, Egyptian medal, bar indicating ‘Gemaizah 1888’, to Pte C.King.

289

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Sudan medal to J.Olive.

290

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Waterloo medal 1815 to John Graham.

291

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Tibet medal 1903-04, no bar, named (indistinct)

292

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 50

GREAT BRITAIN: Indian Mutiny 1857-8, bar indicating ‘Lucknow’, to Jas Williams.

293

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Crimea medal 1854 Bar indicating ‘Sebastopol Inkermann’, unnamed.

294

AFRICA SERVICE MEDAL

Estimate 20 - 40

AFRICA SERVICE MEDAL: to W.Mukari.

295

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 20 - 40

GREAT BRITAIN: Egyptian medal ‘Victory of the Nile august 1st 1798’ to Alexander Davisons.

296

A GROUP OF MEDALS

Estimate 20 - 50

A GROUP OF MEDALS, all of them to P.B. Gould, with ribbons.

297

A GROUP OF MEDALS

Estimate 20 - 50

A GROUP OF MEDALS, BUCKLES AND BADGES, to H.H.B.Pope for the medals.

298

A SERINGAPATAM MEDAL

Estimate 20 - 30

A SERINGAPATAM MEDAL, reproduction of one dated 1799.

299

AUSTRALIA

Estimate 30 - 60

AUSTRALIA: a Melbourne Trinity College medal, featuring three allegories, and engraved ‘knowledge is power’.

300

A COLLECTION OF COMMEMORATIVE AND VICTORY MEDALS

Estimate 30 - 60

A COLLECTION OF COMMEMORATIVE AND VICTORY MEDALS, including two Australia 150th anniversary medals, 1938, and three commemorative coins for their majesties coronation, 1937.

301

AUSTRALIA

Estimate 40 - 80

AUSTRALIA: a pair of commemorative medallions, featuring Pope Paul VI and a map of Australia, made after the 1970 visit of Pope Paul VI in Australia, 1970, pewter and copper. Diameter 46mm.

302

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a school board for London medal, featuring Queen Victoria and engraved ‘Awarded to H. Adams for punctual attendance every time the school was opened during the school year ended A.D. 1895’, with ‘1895’ bar attached.

303

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a Cambridgeshire county council education committee attendance medal, inscribed ‘Awarded to Horace Belsham 1906’, with ‘two years full attendance’ attached, bronze, 1906.

304

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 80

GREAT BRITAIN: A WWI London county council ‘The King’s medal’ for ‘(…) attendance conduct and industry during the year.’, with a ‘1914-15’ bar and a ‘L.C.C’ other, silver.

305

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a West Sussex education committee medal for attendance, inscribed ‘awarded for one year’s excellent attendance at school’, with suspension hole on top.

306

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a commemorative medal, celebrating a centenary of Sunday Schools, featuring the bust of Robert Raikes and an antique scene, with suspension hole on top, 1880.

307

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: an Eton College ‘for regular attendance’ medal, featuring a view of Eton College, with suspension hole on top.

308

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a school board for London medal, featuring King Edward VII and engraved ‘Awarded to A. Didcote for punctual attendance every time the school was opened during the school year ended A.D. 1902’, with ‘1902’ bar attached.

309

A BAND OF HOPE MEDAL

Estimate 30 - 60

A BAND OF HOPE MEDAL, inscribed ‘I promise to abstain from all intoxicating drinks as beverages’ and ‘Prevention is better than cure’, featuring a Bible and verses, with suspension hole on top.

310

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a catholic education council good conduct medal, inscribed ‘reward for good conduct and advance in learning from the catholic education council’, featuring a religious scene, with suspension hole on top, circa 1890.

311

A HALLEYBURY COLLEGE ‘FOR SWIMMING’ MEDAL

Estimate 20 - 40

A HALLEYBURY COLLEGE ‘FOR SWIMMING’ MEDAL, inscribed ‘awarded to D. Scott 1905’.

312

AUSTRALIA

Estimate 40 - 80

AUSTRALIA: a commemorative medal for the test cricket centenary, engraved ‘test cricket centenary – Melbourne cricket ground 1877-1977 – Australia-England’, featuring two cricket players, with certificate of authenticity, 1977.

313

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 400 - 800

GREAT BRITAIN: a cessation of convicts transportation medal, featuring a relief portrait of Queen Victoria and inscription ‘cessation of transportation 1853 – Tasmania founded 1803’, 1853. Diameter 58mm.

314

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 40 - 80

GREAT BRITAIN: a population of the British Empire under the reign of George IV (1762-1830) medal.

315

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a Royal horticultural society medal, featuring a relief portrait of Sir Joseph Banks, and engraved ‘awarded by Carhampton cottage garden show to John Gould 1928’, 1928.

316

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 150 - 300

GREAT BRITAIN: a George III penny, copper, 1797. Diameter 35mm.

317

PORTUGAL

Estimate 50 - 100

PORTUGAL: one pataco or 40 reis, 1812, Lisbon. Diameter 35mm.

318

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 300 - 600

GREAT BRITAIN: a King George III ‘cartwheel’ twopence, copper alloy, 1797. Diameter 41mm.

319

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 50 - 100

GREAT BRITAIN: a George III half penny, copper, 1806.

320

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a King George III coin, 1799.

321

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a King George III half penny, 1807.

322

MEXICO

Estimate 120 - 200

MEXICO: eight reales, featuring a bust of Charles IV, ‘8R. F. M.’ 1797.

323

UNITED STATES

Estimate 20 - 40

UNITED STATES: an American 1904 coin, together with another one.

324

FOUR INTERNATIONAL COINS

Estimate 20 - 50

FOUR INTERNATIONAL COINS, including a 1921 Finnish markka, and a 1830 Spanish coin featuring King Ferdinand VII.

325

AUSTRALIA/UNITED KINGDOM

Estimate 20 - 40

AUSTRALIA/UNITED KINGDOM: a collection of coins, including crown and seven florins, 1900, 1927, 1960.

326

A COLLECTION OF INTERNATIONAL COINS

Estimate 20 - 40

A COLLECTION OF INTERNATIONAL COINS, including India, New-Zealand, and Algerie, 1903, 1919, and 1957.

327

UNITED KINGDOM AND GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 60 - 120

UNITED KINGDOM AND GREAT BRITAIN: two proof sets of the 1971 decimal coinage system for the Great Britain and Northern Ireland, comprising a florin, halfcrown, sixpence, English shilling, Scottish shilling, a penny, a threepence and half penny, 1970-1971.

328

GREAT BRITAIN

Estimate 30 - 60

GREAT BRITAIN: a King George III half penny, 1806.

329

AUSTRALIA

Estimate 30 - 50

AUSTRALIA: a 1756 holey dollar and dump replica, 8R, 1952-1977.

330

UNITED STATES

Estimate 250 - 500

UNITED STATES: a Civil War confederate coin button, with card of authenticity, 1861-1865. Diameter 22mm.

331

A COLLECTION OF BANKNOTES

Estimate 30 - 60

A COLLECTION OF BANKNOTES, including Poland, Japan and France, 1919, 1942, 1946.

332

TWO SETS OF GOLDEN FLEECE MILITARY SWAP CARDS

Estimate 40 - 80

TWO SETS OF GOLDEN FLEECE MILITARY SWAP CARDS, including no. 19 Australian nursing service, Boer war, 1900, and no. 1 New South Wales volunteer rifles, 1855, 26 in total, circa 1964.