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Lot 302 Newton, Son & Berry (fl.1830-1838, London), a Newton`s New and Improved Terrestrial pocket Globe 3 1/2", contained in a carrying case, labelled Newton's New and Improved Terrestrial Globe, Published by Newton Son & Berry, 56 Chantry Lane, London, (there is one small hole approximately 8mm by 2mm and two small torn patches by the north pin and equator. The case is cracked) £500-800
Lot 547 19th Century oil painting, study of a young lady wearing a white silk dress with a rose, unsigned, re-lined, 29 1/2" x 24 1/2" £200-400
Lot 772 A fine mid Victorian gold, diamond and opal crescent brooch, set with 11 circular and oval cut opals, interspersed with 24 brilliant cut diamonds in a fitted box £500-100
Lot 1048 A Georgian inlaid oak dresser, the raised back with moulded and dentil cornice fitted 3 shelves flanked by a pair of cupboards, the base fitted a cupboard enclosed by a panelled door flanked by 4 long drawers, raised on cabriole supports 88"h x 53"w x 18 1/2"d £500-800
Lot 429 A 17th Century embroidered and crocheted panel by Mary Ray Nolos PK, with motto Remember thy creator in the days of youth while the evil days come not 1684, in the Lord put I my trust, Psalm XI, come ye children hearken unto me I will teach you the the fear of the Lord 15" x 7 1/2" £150-250
Lot 818 A gentleman's steel cased Rolex oyster perpetual wristwatch with black dial and bubble back case, inscribed 848366, 35mm wide (The face is pitted and the glass is scratched. The strap is not original) £500-700
Lot 651 Stuart Devlin, a silver, silver gilt and enamel, Twelve Years of Christmas Surprise Box - Three French Hens, enclosed in a pierced triangular box with ribbon festoon, London 1972, limited edition 76/100, boxed, approx. 408 grams £300-500
Lot 558 Isobel Watkin, Cornish School oil painting, a study of The White Boat in Mevagissey Harbour, with figures, harbour arm and distant buildings, signed. 39 1/2cms by 32cm (frame: 49 1/2cms by 43cms) £100-200
Lot 1066 A set of 4 French carved open arm salon chairs, the seats and backs upholstered in wool work, raised on turned and fluted supports £300-500
Lot 32 A pair of Shelley Intarsio oviform vases, the geometric decoration with stylised peacock feathers and floral motifs no.3634 10" £200-250
Lot 878 A 19th Century French 8 day striking mantel clock with enamelled dial, contained in a gilt ormolu case, the back plated marked Medaille D'or Pons 1827 £300-600
Lot 1062 A George III inlaid mahogany chest on chest, the upper section with moulded and dentil cornice and having reeded columns to the side, fitted 3 short and 3 long drawers, the base with fluted columns to the side, fitted 3 long drawers, raised on ogee bracket feet 71"h x 48"w x 22"d £500-800
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