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Lot 9A large part dinner service by Thomas of Germany in the Quince pattern, including serving dishes, oval meat plates, dinner plates, breakfast mugs and saucers and bowls, together with a collection of cut glass comprising two bowls, a jug, decanter and stopper and a further hand blown glass bowl of 1970's design. (3 boxes).
Lot 12A group of collectables comprising a Victorian plated twin handled tankard, with glass base, engraved with a lion holding a flag crest and the name 'J Loweth', 17cm high, a plaster bust, modelled as Mozart, bears signature 'A. Giammelli', on turned hardstone socle, 23.5cm high, and a Victorian mahogany desk tidy, with galls tray and three lift lids revealing glass inkwells, 25.5 by 17 by 10cm, and a group of nine portrait busts of famous music composers, together with six wall plaques depicting Bach, Handel, Beethoven, Liszt, Schubert and Wagner. (1 box).
Lot 27A collection of five Victorian centrepieces, four marked Wedgwood, comprising a pair of green glazed rectangular pedestal dishes moulded with trailing vines, a further similar rectangular pedestal dish and a blue and white circular pedestal bowl, together with another green glazed pedestal bowl unmarked to base, 31.5 by 16cm and smaller. (5).
Lot 28A Royal Worcester part dinner service in the Evesham pattern, comprising six cups and saucers, five bowls, one jug, one sucrier, one gravy boat and stand, one sauce boat and stand, eight tureens of various sizes with lids, a spare lid, one butter dish and cover, cruet set, salt and pepper, jar, five bowls and three further dishes. (2 boxes).
Lot 35Charles Howard Hodges after Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792): Lavinia Spencer (nee Bingham), Countess Spencer, mezzotint highlighted with watercolour, Charles Howard Hodges after Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792): Lavinia Spencer (nee Bingham), Countess Spencer, mezzotint highlighted with watercolour, published 1786, London, by W Dickinson, 38 by 28cm, glazed and framed, 44 by 35cm, together with a mezzotint of a young girl in thought, with an open book beneath her hands, 43 by 33cm, glazed and framed, 50 by 40cm. (2).
Lot 41A group of china, comprising two Victorian pot lids 'The Village Wedding, Teniers Pinx', each 10.5 by 5cm, a Victorian Staffordshire model of a thatched cottage, with bocage flowers, 11 by 7 by 12cm, a Beswick figurine 'Jemima Puddleduck', gold backstamp, 11cm, a Francesca Art China figurine 'King Arthur', and a Royal Doulton figurine 'Diane', HN3604, 21cm. (6).
Lot 42Rock and Pop Memorabilia: an original flyer for Vinegar Joe in concert held on Saturday 22nd September 1973, performing with Public Foot The Roman, 21 by 15cm. Notes: Vinegar Joe were an R&B band, formed in 1971, dissolving in 1974, they are best known for launching the careers of Elkie Brooks and Robert Palmer..
Estimate: £40 - £60
Lot 44A collection of ephemera comprising a group of Royal Academy illustrated catalogues, in poor condition, years 1905, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1909, 1910, 1919 and 1922, a leather bound Book of Common Prayer, signed by Malcolm Sargent, 1918, a limited edition Giles Annual 1947 and a collection of twenty vintage OS, Esso and Bartholomew's maps. (1 bag).