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Friday 03 November 2017

Commencing at 11:00am

Bedford Auction Centre

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Friday 24th October – 5pm to 8pm,
Saturday 25th October – 9am to 1pm,
Thursday 2nd November – 9am to 6pm,
Morning of sale from 9am

Of Local Interest & Importance: An original London Brick Company sign depicting the company’s logo, to be included in our October Antiques sale

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This selection of items forms a part of our October Antiques & Collectors Items sale.

To find out more about this auction click ‘Auction & Catalogue Details’ above.

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A 9ct yellow gold engine turned cigarette box of rectangular form, Asprey, London 1928, w. 18 cm, in a fitted case

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William Emerton of Wootton: an 18th century longcase clock, the brass face with foliate spandrels, date aperture, secondary dial and moon phase, within a mahogany case

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A Charles Frodsham Congreve rolling ball skeleton timepiece with three dials, the third being in the form of a finial, visable escapement and a tilting table under a perspex dome,
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An 18ct white gold ring of prunt form centrally set with a brilliant cut diamond within a surround of four cushion cut rubies and twelve further diamonds within a border of fourteen petal shaped motifs each set three graduated diamonds, central stone approximately 0.5 carats, w. of setting 2.4 cm, ring size M, 9.6 gms

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William Watson (fl.1866-1872),
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A pair of William IV silver and parcel gilt salts of nautilus shell form, Joseph Angell I & John Angell I, London 1835, h. 6 cm, 10 ozs

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Joseph Weiss
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'Public House...Byway Hill',
signed,
oil on panel,
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A late 19th century brass and silvered pot with a swing handle, ornately engraved with geometric motifs and Arabic script, d. 25 cm

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Attributed to Harry and Lou Epstein, an Art Deco walnut dining suite including a twin-pedestal table, a sideboard and six 'Cloud' chairs

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Frederick William Elwell (1870-1958),
a half-length study of a gentleman wearing a frilled collar,
signed Fred Elwell and dated 1902,
oil on canvas,
71 x 64 cm

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A 'Grasshopper' skeleton clock by The Greenwich Clock Co. of London with three enamelled dials, fusee movement, grasshopper escapement and an anchor motif within a mahogany and glazed case, h. 45 cm *This clock is based on the first marine chronometer made by John Harrison (1693-1776)

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A 19th century transfer printed blue and white meat plate decorated with a family taking a stroll in a country estate, w. 62 cm

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A Victorian five pound coin, old head, dated 1893

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A 18ct yellow gold cased half hunter pocket watch by Benson, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, two subsidiary dials and a repeater within a plain case engraved with initials and decorated with blue enamel numerals, overall 165.3 gms, dial measures d. 4.3 cm, case numbered 36702

Sold for £2,300

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signed with a monogram,
oil on canvas,
33 x 43 cm

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A 9ct yellow gold engine turned cigarette box of rectangular form, Asprey, London 1928, w. 18 cm, in a fitted case

Sold for £4,100

William Emerton of Wootton: an 18th century longcase clock, the brass face with foliate spandrels, date aperture, secondary dial and moon phase, within a mahogany case

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An Ekco 'All-Electric Radio Type A.D.65 Receiver' in a domed bakelite case, h. 40 cm, together with five boxed associated valves

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A Khorasan Tabriz woolen rug, the floral motifs on a blue ground within matching red borders, 447 x 345 cm

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A group of three 20th century Tribal knobkerries of plain uncarved form

Sold for £4,300

After Charles Octave Levy (French 1820-1899), a bronze figure modelled as 'Le Reveil', signed 'CH Levy', h. 70 cm

Sold for £1,100

A Charles Frodsham Congreve rolling ball skeleton timepiece with three dials, the third being in the form of a finial, visable escapement and a tilting table under a perspex dome,
h. 43 cm *The clock has separate dials for hours, minutes and seconds, the latter moving every fifteen seconds as the table tilts. Individual seconds are indicated by the seconds indicator bar located horizontally across the table. Per day, the tungsten ball moves 6.432 miles.

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An 18ct white gold ring of prunt form centrally set with a brilliant cut diamond within a surround of four cushion cut rubies and twelve further diamonds within a border of fourteen petal shaped motifs each set three graduated diamonds, central stone approximately 0.5 carats, w. of setting 2.4 cm, ring size M, 9.6 gms

Sold for £2,200

William Watson (fl.1866-1872),
British Longhorn and their young,
signed and dated 1878,
oil on canvas,
29.5 x 44 cm

Sold for £850

A pair of William IV silver and parcel gilt salts of nautilus shell form, Joseph Angell I & John Angell I, London 1835, h. 6 cm, 10 ozs

Sold for £1,150

A late 16th/ early 17th century Flemish tapestry fragment depicting figures preparing for battle before noblemen, some on horseback, 132 x 150 cm

Sold for £2,000

Joseph Weiss
(known as Josè Weiss, 1859-1919),
'Public House...Byway Hill',
signed,
oil on panel,
32 x 25 cm, together with another by the same hand 'Houghton Lane, Amberley' (2)

Sold for £550

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Attributed to Harry and Lou Epstein, an Art Deco walnut dining suite including a twin-pedestal table, a sideboard and six 'Cloud' chairs

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Frederick William Elwell (1870-1958),
a half-length study of a gentleman wearing a frilled collar,
signed Fred Elwell and dated 1902,
oil on canvas,
71 x 64 cm

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Sold for £950

A 19th century transfer printed blue and white meat plate decorated with a family taking a stroll in a country estate, w. 62 cm

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A Victorian five pound coin, old head, dated 1893

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An old bottle of Nikka Gold & Gold Samuri Edition Whisky from Tokyo Japan circa 1970, no size nor strength stated (estimated 43% 75cl)

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Mies van der Rohe, a pair of 1976 'Barcelona' chairs, the brown leather button upholstered cushions on chromed frames

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An 18ct yellow gold fancy link necklace/chain, 54.1 gms

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An 18ct white gold three stone ring set cushion cut ruby and two old brilliant cut diamonds in a raised setting, central stone measures 1.1 x 1 cm, each diamond approximately 0.75 carats, ring size N, 6.7 gms

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An early 20thC Japanese story book with coloured illustrations, possibly with some hand colouring, concertina in format, 10'' x 7''. Fabric binding and 'pages'.

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