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Royal Doulton 'The Old Balloon Seller', HN 315 and 'The Balloon Man', HN 1954.
Royal Doulton figure 'Celia', HN1726 and 'Margery', HN1413.
A Limited edition bronze sculpture by Ramon Parmenter, numbered 21/124.
A Royal Doulton floral tea set and a cake stand.
'The Institution of Christian Religion' by Thomas Norton, printed by Anne Griffin, dated 1634 and 'The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus'. (2)
A wood slide rule, J. Tomlinson Ltd, Publishers, Partick, Glasgow.
J. P. Rennoldson and Sons, Ship Builders oval plaque, number 372 Engine, South Shields.
A pair of 19th century Bradley and Hubbard cast iron oval wall plaques.
A Wedgwood Jasperware biscuit barrel and water jug. (2)
Three Royal Doulton figures of ladies and a Coalport figurine.
A late 19th century Chinese blue and white bowl decorated with landscapes.
A Beswick 'C H Burnham Beauty', a dapple grey Shire and one other horse.
Ten leather bound volumes by William Makepeace Thackeray.
A Royal Doulton 'The Orange Lady', HN 1953 and 'Queen Alexandra Nurse', HN 4596. (2)
Two W. M. F. cup holders with etched glass liners.
A French style 'pull out' Advertising cigarette holder.
A Beswick 'Buzzard', 'Kestrel' and 'Dulux Dog'. (3)
A Beswick Huntswoman on a grey horse and another on a chestnut horse. (2)
Four volumes by Winston Churchill, 'A History of the English Speaking Peoples'.
Two Beswick Huntsmen with red tunics, seated upon chestnut horses.
Two modern Beswick horses and a Beswick 'CH Black Magic' horse. (3)
Three novels by T. E. Lawrence and 'Captains Courageous' by Rudyard Kipling.
Two Continental Bisque porcelain headed dolls and a Scottish doll.
An Oriental lacquered magazine rack and an ivory inlaid box.
An Italian glass table lamp with opaque white glass and gold speckles.
A copper jug, three pewter tankards and pewter plates.
A pair of brass candlesticks and a Cranberry frosted glass shade.
A Royal Doulton figure 'The Parson's Daughter', HN 564.