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Set of Beatles ‘Bobb’n Head mascots’ from the 1964 edition made in Japan for the American distributor ‘Car Mascots INC’ Los Angeles 26, Calif. U.S.A.
William IV silver Claret jug marked for London 1833 by Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard.
Silver mounted cut glass claret jug marked for Birmingham 1892, showing the influence of Christopher Dresser with Rd. number 187357 by Heath & Middleton.
Victorian novelty silver Cavalier trinket dish marked for London 1883 by James Barclay Hennell.
George IV silver soup tureen marked for London 1826 by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I.
Scottish Provincial silver Plaid brooch by Donald Fraser (c 1780- c1829) Inverness. marked DF INS, Circa 1810.
George IV silver Claret jug/ Coffee jug marked for London 1828 by Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard.
Chinese Export silver and enamel two handled cup marked to the base with script mark for Wu Hua as retailer and artisan mark (possibly Hou) Tientsin & Peking. Circa 1880- 1920.
Pair of Indian silver beakers marked for MM – recorded but name currently unknown. Probably made in Cutch (Bhuj), Circa 1885- 1890.
German Art Deco ‘900’ silver and black enamel Minaudière by Louis Kuppenheim of Pforzheim, Germany, Circa 1924-1930.
George IV silver wine funnel marked for London 1829 by Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard.
A late 19th century French clock garniture in the Turkish revival style by Samuel Marti.
George III silver ‘Beau Brummell’ roundlet corkscrew marked for Birmingham 1792 by Joseph Taylor.
Dutch silver corkscrew by Josephus Servatius Anderlee (1782-1818) marked for Amsterdam 1785.
Art Deco silver corkscrew marked for London 1944 by Wakely & Wheeler.
An early 19th century French gilt bronze and marble mantle clock surmounted with a bronze bust signed ‘Marin’ for Joseph-Charles Marin, French sculptor (1759-1834).
An early 19th century French gilt bronze and ormolu ‘Urn’ mantle clock by ‘Bienayme Fils’.
Late 19th century English walnut cased mantle clock, surmounted with a spelter bust, signed W. Davis & Sons, London’.
Victorian silver trophy cup marked for London 1873, with central ‘Atlas’ figure by Richards & Brown.
Art Deco silver christening cup marked for Birmingham 1934 by Charles S Green & Co Ltd.
Art Deco silver sugar spoon marked for London 1930 by H.G. Murphy.
Arts & Crafts silver beaker marked for Birmingham 1922 by Albert Edward Jones.
Victorian silver mounted porcelain scent bottle marked for Birmingham 1900, the silver by Henry Bushell & Co and the Porcelain by Lock & Co.
Victorian silver crimped rim sugar dish marked for London 1884 showing the influence of Christopher Dresser by Hukin & Heath.
Art Deco silver trophy marked for Birmingham 1939 by C T Burrows & Sons.
Victorian silver sweet dish marked for London 1894 by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater.
Art Deco silver gravy boat marked for Sheffield 1940 by Stower & Wragg Ltd.
Victorian silver milk jug marked for Chester 1900 by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes.
Art Deco silver beer mug marked for Sheffield 1946 by H. Fisher & Co.
Art Deco silver rose bowl marked for Birmingham 1927 by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd.
Arts & Crafts silver caddy spoon marked for Birmingham 1918 by Albert Edward Jones.
Scottish Provincial silver mounted deer hoof inkwell by Ferguson and Macbean of Inverness with hallmarks for Edinburgh 1891.
Victorian silver tazza marked for Birmingham 1884 by Elkington & Co.