A leather cased Leica IIIF camera outfit, comprising body No.814823 with original Leitz Elmar 5cm lens, Hektor and Elmar lenses, filters and other accessories, also Weston Master II exposure meter. Sold for £760.



A boxed Finescale Brass Gauge 1 Class 4MT locomotive in black British Railways livery - as new condition - Sold for £900


A 30½" 18th Century flintlock blunderbuss by Thomson & Co., London, with brass barrel, brass and steel furniture, with rod.

Sold for £2,200.



An early 20th Century Avery-Hardoll Ltd., Surry - Model CH1 hand cranked petrol pump and a 1914 patent British made S.F. Bowser & Co. similar. Sold for £1,800


An 8' high reproduction cast iron three tier fountain, set on a base with four opposing classical dolphin pattern supports. Sold for £580



A Matchless Model “R” 1927 250cc Motorcycle.

Sold for £4,800.


An AJS Model 16M Motorcycle.

Sold for £2,000.

An AJS Model 16 350cc Motorcycle.

Sold for £3,200.

A Triumph Spitfire 1300.

Sold for £2,000.


A Swallow Doretti bodyshell with twin SU fed 1991cc engine.

Sold for £4,700.


A cased 1989 United Kingdom £5 brilliant uncirculated 22ct gold coin, No. 01510 - 39.94gms.

Sold for £1,000.


An early 19th Century French lead bath containing rambling roses.

Sold for £400.

A J. W. Tolley double barrelled twelve bore shotgun with box lock ejector in original fitted leather case initialled AGB - Serial No. 87818.

Sold for £600.


A 1763 Baskerville’s holy bible, thick red morocco leather bound boards (front detached), spine worn, Pub. Cambridge by John Baskerville – containing inscriptions and ephemera. Sold for £3,000.


A Victorian wall mounted painted cast iron post box (Dawlish Post Office)with crown and 'VR' motif to top, enamelled collection details panel and others, with galvanised wire rack - no lock - facia 32 1/2" high, 13 1/2" wide, the whole 13" deep. Sold for £500.


A 19" x 17" 19th Century stained and painted oval leaded glass panel depicting Elizabeth I atop a white horse and accompanied by an armed gentleman, being welcomed into a castle.

Sold for £350.


A pair of 12" Cloisonné bulbous vases with slender necks and stylised floral decoration on blue ground.

Sold for £860.


An old cased model of a steam ship - "Coatbridge", with painted diorama backing - hull approximately 28" long.

Sold for £300.

A Bremond 1882 inlaid rosewood pianette musical box, playing thirty six airs on six cylinders, five contained within a fitted drawer, set on turned legs (with 1938 Catalogue).

Sold for £5,000.


A mid 20th Century oak fire screen with applied automotive badges, including Salmson, Bentley, Armstrong Siddeley, Holden and Alfa Romeo, etc.

Sold for £210.

A cased set of United Kingdom Golden Jubilee Gold Proof coinage (No. 0157) in 22ct. gold, comprising thirteen coins in total including four pieces of Maundy Money, complete with certificate - 148.65 grms. total weight.

Sold for £4,200.

A 29" lead cherub bird bath on concrete pedestal base.

Sold for £380.


A 11'2" Great Western Railway platform bench with three cast iron supports bearing pierced GWR monogram an wooden slatted back and seat.

Sold for £400.

A pair of mid 20th Century plaster busts depicting Emperor Marcus Aurelius and his son Commodus, mounted on plaster 4'1" high. (Copies of originals in British Museum, London).

Sold for £750.

A large and impressive Bass advertising wall mounted mirror inset with Mother-of-Pearl, within a painted pine frame bearing King George V Coat of Arms,

(57" high x 61 1/2" wide).

Sold for £370.

A violin having a two piece back, cased, with two bows, violin bearing paper label Arthur Richardson, Crediton, Devon, dated 1921. 14'' back.

Sold for £500.

SKODA FABIA 1.2 Petrol, 2007, five door hatchback in blue, 8700 miles, Reg: WF 57 GAO, 12 months MOT,

6 months TAX.

Sold for £4,800.

A 19th Century inlaid rosewood cased cylinder musical box having 12 airs.

Sold for £430.

A Cogswell and Harrison 12 bore double barrel, boxlock ejector, 28 inch sleeved barrels, 1/4 choke right, 1/2 left, 14 1/2 inch pull, single trigger self opening action, 23855, in canvas case, with cleaning kit.

Sold for £420.

A double barrel 20 Bore boxlock non-ejector shotgun, by Manton & Co. of Calcutta, Serial No. 7725, in its original labelled case.

Sold for £500.

A good quality crocodile skin lady's travelling case, by Asprey's, London, with cover and a  green crocodile skin fitted travelling case, lined and with cover.

Sold for £540 and £300.

A 17th Century Spanish iron clad strong box.

Sold for £500.

A J.C. Vickery crocodile skin gentleman's travelling case, with weather cover.

Sold for £330.

A pair of carved Black Forest candlesticks/table lights of a tree trunk with goats.

Sold for £420.

1837-1887 - Set of Jubilee coinage, four gold and seven silver, by Goldsmith's Alliance Ltd., Cornhill, London - original case (£5, £2, Sovereign, Half Sovereign, seven silver from Crown - 3d.).

Sold for £2,200.

22ct. gold British Definitive Stamp Replicas, Penny Black (12.3 grams) and £1 Machin stamp (26 grams).

Sold for £1,100.

A 9' 8" 19th Century Gothic carved oak niché with ornate conical top section.

Sold for £380.

A Sunningdale (Southern Region) enamelled metal station name sign, with white text on green ground.

Sold for £1,200.

An Art Nouveau copper mounted pendant light with vaseline glass shade.

Sold for £540.