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Lot 395

Whitefriars Ruby red molar vase with original label, and a selection of various coloured glassCondition report: Mostly in good order, Victorian blue flask is chipped and nibbled, large blue bowl has a rim chip, green ashtray has a small chip to base

Lot 461

Brass mounted glass inkwell, together with brass chamber stick, silver plated leather covered hip flask and a pair of opera glasses in case (4)

Lot 622

Group silver plated cutlery and flat ware, leather covered hip flask, cut throat razor set in case, empty trinket boxes, writing slope, tea ware and sundries

Lot 665

19th century Masons and Masons-style pottery, including four vases and a scent bottle, the largest vase unmarked, the rest with stamped marks (5)Condition report: Vase on white ground has a couple of small chips to the handles, vase and cover has wear to gilding overall. Flask and stopper has overall signs of restoration. Small vase with twisted handles is cracked and has wear to gilding overall. Two handled vase on blue ground is chipped and has overall wear to gilding.

Lot 235

Brass vintage flask, set of French viewers and leather small sporran.   

Lot 147

A late Victorian silver and glass hip flask, screw-on cover, the cup base gilt, 11cm high, maker?s mark A.G.A., London 1901; a George V gentleman?s silver-mounted and brown leather rounded rectangular hip flask, planished twist-and-pull cover and gilt base cup, 14.5cm high, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1903, [2]

Lot 150

A George V silver-mounted glass tapering hunting flask, retailed by Harrods, London, quite plain, 18cm long, brown leather case, F. Burton Crosbee, Birmingham 1913

Lot 37

A Victorian silver bowed rectangular hip flask, bayonet cover, 8.5cm high, W & G Neal, London 1819, 2oz

Lot 116

A 19TH CENTURY OTTOMAN POWDER HORN, of characteristic curling form, together with another similar larger, two North African circular powder flasks and priming flask. (5)

Lot 117

THREE VARIOUS NORTH AFRICAN POWDER HORNS, each of natural curving form with ornate brass mounts, together with a North African flint napper and priming flask. (5)

Lot 177

A CASED PAIR OF 6-BORE FLINTLOCK BRASS BARRELLED BLUNDERBUSS PISTOLS BY TAYLER, 9inch four stage ring turned barrels engraved with foliate flourishes at the breeches, border engraved stepped and signed locks, full stocks inlaid with scrolling silver wire about the barrel tangs, border and foliate engraved brass mounts, the trigger guards with acorn finials, openwork side plates, horn topped wooden ramrods, contained in a green baize lined oak case complete with accessories, to include red leather covered three way flask, mould, punch, powder measure, cleaning rod, turnscrew, the lid with trade label for Staudenmayer, complete with key.

Lot 194

A JAMES-DIXON & SONS COLT POCKET POWDER FLASK, the bag-shaped copper body with traces of lacquered finish, dent to rear and side, fitted with a lanyard ring, brass top stamped with the manufacturer's details, adjustable brass nozzle.

Lot 196

AN EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASK, the lacquered copper body decorated with, stars, an eagle and shield above crossed revolvers. Riling 753;

Lot 197

AN EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASK, the lacquered copper body decorated with, stars, an eagle and shield above crossed revolvers and E PLURIBUS UNUM. Riling 754.

Lot 198

AN EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASK, the varnished copper body decorated with a revolver to the front. Riling 454.

Lot 199

AN EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASK, the lacquered copper body decorated with, stars, an eagle and shield above crossed revolvers and E PLURIBUS UNUM. Riling 775;

Lot 201

A FINE AND RARE CASED PAIR OF PRESENTATION QUALITY SILVER PLATED MOUNTED 80-BORE COOPER'S PATENT HAMMERLESS PEPPERBOX REVOLVERS BY WILLIAMS & POWELL OF LIVERPOOL, 3.5inch six barrel fluted cylinders engraved with scrolling foliage at the muzzles, border and finely engraved rounded actions decorated with a serpent to the right side and Cooper's patent details to the left, blued ring triggers, blued sliding safeties, border and scroll engraved backstraps engraved with the owner's initials, the stepped butts with traps engraved with scrolling foliage and the maker's details THOS. WILLIAMS LIVERPOOL, contained in their blue baize lined mahogany case, the lid with maker's trade label, complete with commensurate accessories comprising nipple key, turnscrews, starting and cleaning rod, nipple pot, cap pot, white metal three-way flask by Dixon, white metal cap dispenser by Allport, bullet and ball mould with blued sprue cutter, and two further Eley cap tins, the outside of the lid with brass escutcheon engraved Presented to Mr Light by Mr Moss.

Lot 223

AN ANTIQUE .177 CALIBRE BSA UNDERLEVER LIGHT AIR RIFLE, 17.25inch barrel, the top of the reservoir etched with the BSA STANDARD details, serial no. L22862, the stock with chequered inserts, retains most of its original finish, together with a plated powder measure and a plain copper pistol flask. (3)

Lot 230

A THREE WAY PERCUSSION POWDER FLASK, sprung gilt top, lacquered copper body, gilt base with two pivoting covers. Dirt crust to the front and one small dent to the rear.

Lot 235

A THREE-WAY POWDER FLASK, the brass mounted brown leather wrapped tapering body with screw-off base, pivoting top and sprung nozzle.

Lot 327

AN 18TH CENTURY KING'S OWN BORDERERS POWDER FLASK, 23cm natural horn body incised KING'S OWN BORDERERS, decorated with various geometric designs and dated 1748.

Lot 19

An Eastern silver hip flask, with foliate decoration, 13cm high, together with four Egyptian silver napkin rings, a pair of Benares brass cobra candlesticks, 17cm high, and a brass and copper inlaid vase, 15.5cm high, total silver weight approximately 8.5oztCondition report: Hip flask heavily dented. Losses to enamelling on candlesticks. Losses and repairs to vase.

Lot 112

VICTORIAN SILVER HIP FLASK with presentation engraving 'Presented to Mr Robert Whittaker as a token of esteem from a number of friends on his leaving Rochdale White Swan Hotel Dec 1st 1896', 247.2gms (7.95t.oz) Condition Report: Appears in good overall condition with no major damage. Surface wear and scratches with minor dentsIt is dated Sheffield 1896, with removable sleeve cup.Maker is G&JWH14cm's high 

Lot 690

A 19th Century copper powder flask together with various military cap badges, a small tub of foreign coins and some early coins

Lot 206

A boxed pair of 19th century officers percussion pistols. 9.5 inch octagonal blued barrels. Movement marked Portere Achier Fondu Garanti. With intricately carved walnut stocks. Brass bound mahogany box with vacant name plate to top. Velvet lined fitted interior complete with all original accessories, including pistol flask, steel bullet mould, nipple key and cleaning rod and other items. Interior of box with applied paper label for AD Jansen Bruxelles. Box W:46cm x D:7cm x H:28cm

Lot 102

A pair of Coalport pilgrim flask scent bottles, each painted with a canted rectangular landscape vignette on a gilt ground, globular stoppers, green printed crown mark, c.1885

Lot 166

A late 17th/early 18th century French glass tear-shaped flask or phial, in the manner of Bernard Perrot, slightly wrythen-fluted transparent reservoir applied with blue glass twin-handles and a circular base, 7.5cm high, c. 1700

Lot 173

A small 18th century cruciform glass flask or phial, hourglass reservoir applied with purple lugs, 6cm long; another, clear glass, 6.5cm long, [2]

Lot 176

An early 18th century Continental opaque glass gourd-shaped flask or phial, possibly Venetian, the white porcelaneous globular body with red and blue inclusions, lugs to side, later in-keeping stopper, 8.5cm high

Lot 576

A George V silver and clear glass hip flask, domed screw-fitting cover, stirrup cup to base, 14.5cm long, John Pound & Co, London 1913

Lot 598

A Japanese silver and enamel oval hip flask, applied and decorated in polychrome with wisteria, hinged bayonet cap, 14cm long, signed, Meiji period, 5.5oz

Lot 659

A Victorian silver and clear glass hip flask, screw-fitting cover, stirrup cup to base, 15cm long, London 1880

Lot 672

A Victorian silver rounded recytangular hip flask, hinged domed bayonet cap, 14.5cm long, W & G Neal, London 1895, 5oz

Lot 738

Asprey - Victorian silver and clear glass hip flask, domed screw-fitting cover, stirrup cup to base, 12.5cm long, London 1876

Lot 856

An early 19th century French yellow metal-mounted glass tapering scent flask, the hinged cover enclosing a stopper as a pair of love birds, the interior picked out and painted with stars in gilt, 11cm long, c. 1820

Lot 98

A Minton Aesthetic Movement moon flask, each flattened face painted with flowers, winged insects, and a butterfly, white ground, twin-handles, gilt bands, 25cm high, c. 1870

Lot 21

A miscellaneous collection of studio pottery, various jars, a bowl, ceramic chicken and a stoneware bottle flask. H.23cm (tallest)

Lot 22

A 19th century miniature oil on tin of a man holding a large flask, a framed and glazed embroidery and a 19th century silhouette. 15x18cm (largest)

Lot 2

Studio Pottery - a Joseph Bourne & Sons Sir Richard Arkwright limited edition flask, no 197/500; Alan Ward bowls; Dinah Worthy Crich pottery plaque, bowls, etc

Lot 102

A Victorian silver letter knife, London 1849, with caduceus handle, a small silver hip flask, Sheffield 1923, a silver travel inkwell, AD, London 1830 with double crest and motto 'Spes Mea In Deo' and a magnifying lens CONDITION REPORT: Lid to travel inkwell in working order, a couple of minute flakes to glass. Letter knife a little bent, a few scratches. Flask a little dented but sound, bayonet type lid is in working order.

Lot 120

A Victorian silver hip flask, London 1894, of curved oval form with bayonet type cover and pull off cup, 14cm long, approximately 189gm CONDITION REPORT: Overall nice condition. Pale lemon coloured gilding intact to inner cup. Bayonet cover working and cork present. Some rubbing to marks. Cup fully hallmarked, flask with lion passant and maker only. Maker indistinct perhaps FH. Light wear in line with age and usage.

Lot 121

A Victorian silver mounted cut glass hip flask, JNM, London 1894, with bayonet type cover and pull off cup, 14cm long CONDITION REPORT: The silver cover has glue residue all around the collar suggesting it has been glued in place. There is a later cork stuffed in the neck of the flask, the original cork liner from inner cap must have been lost.

Lot 27

An oval silver hip flask, Birmingham 1900, with screw off cover, 12cm high and a silver mounted glass hip flask, Mappin & Webb, London circa 1900, 12.5cm high CONDITION REPORT: Oval flask - Screw off cover possibly associated, it is unhallmarked and has a hole in it as well as small dents. The flask has minor wear and dents but I basically sound. Hallmarks a bit worn, makers mark illegible.Glass flask - Overall good.

Lot 58

A vintage chromed GAT gun and similar cowboy styled flask

Lot 415

A ceramic Spode flagon of Royal Salute 21 year old Blended Scotch Whisky 75cl, in cloth pouch with label, a Wade Scotch Whisky Bell, Prince Andrew & Miss Sarah Ferguson 1986 and a Beswick Whisy flask modelled as a Osprey containing Beneagles Scotch Whisky 13 1/3 Fl Oz, unopened

Lot 5

A Crown Devon John Peel musical flask (mechanism needs attention) and a similar Jug

Lot 360

A selection of various collectable lighters and various odds. To include Ronson Varaflame gas lighter with box, Dalvey travel clock, Ronson lighter, Colibri lighter with box, Pewter flask and various other lighters.

Lot 361

A Military style water flask with leather straps and original cork together with a vintage compass and small case.

Lot 2081

A GEORGE V SILVER HIP FLASK AND CUP, by Finnigans Ltd, London 1910, the plain flask shaped for the pocket, with hinged locking screw cap, the lower half of the flask as a detachable cup. 14.8cm high, 8.2 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks clear and well struck - full set to upper back of flask and back of detachable cup; maker's mark and lion rampant to lower back of flask; maker's mark and lion rampant (both lightly rubbed) to front of neck underneath lid. Flask stands upright. Very slight wobble to lid hinge, lid with cork liner. Minor bruise to front left edge just above cup line, a few minor dents to edge of lid. Engraved 'FINNIGANS LD MANCHESTER' and number '5' to base of cup. Interior of cup is gilded. Scrape marks to lower half of body where cup slides on and off. Very light surface marks and scratches throughout commensurate with age and use

Lot 2101

A SMALL VICTORIAN SILVER HIP FLASK, London 1840, of shouldered sack-form with screw cap, engraved with initials to the centre of an image of the sun. 8.5cm high, 1.9 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks clear and well struck, maker's mark unidentified. Stands upright, slight rocking to base. Bruise to base and dent to right hand side of base rim. Cast line to right hand side pronounced, issuing from dent on base rim, with another minor ding approx. 1cm up. A patch of glue (?) to top of screw cap. Light surface scratches and marks throughout commensurate with age and use

Lot 2112

AN INDIAN COLONIAL GLASS SPIRIT FLASK AND TWO SILVER BEAKERS, by P. Orr & Sons, Madras, early 20th Century, tapering cylindrical, the flask with a silver screw cap, the beakers nesting. 18.5cm high, gross weight of beaker 14.5 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Both beakers stamped 'P.ORR & SONS MADRAS' and 'SILVER' to base, screw cap unmarked but retaining cork liner. Beakers gilded to interior. Both with nicks to top rim, various bruises and dents to body and base rim, tarnishing and surface scratches commensurate with use

Lot 2132

A VICTORIAN SILVER DOUBLE-ENDED FLASK, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1894, cylindrical with a hinged cover to each end, to one end a perfume, to the other end smelling salts, engraved with scrolling foliage. 8.6cm longThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks are clear. Hinges in good order and caps close neatly. Two tiny holes. Some minor bruising to the caps.

Lot 2149

A VICTORIAN SILVER HIP FLASK AND CUP, by William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman, London 1893, the plain flask shaped for the pocket, with hinged locking screw cap, the lower half of the flask as a detachable cup. 13.3cm high, 6.3 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks clear and well struck - full set to upper back of flask and back of detachable cup; maker's mark and lion rampant to lower back of flask; lion rampant (lightly rubbed) to back of neck underneath hinge; maker's mark (lightly rubbed) to front of neck underneath lid. Slight wobble to lid hinge, lid with cork liner. Number '3' engraved to base of cup. Interior of cup is gilded. Small dent to top of L shoulder, small piercing to top of lid cover. Scrape marks to lower half of body where cup slides on and off. Very light surface marks throughout commensurate with age and use

Lot 2166

A VICTORIAN SILVER HIP FLASK, by John Edward Wilmot, Birmingham 1897, oval, shaped for the pocket, twist and hinge cap. 13cm high, 3.3 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks lightly rubbed but legible. Cap hinge sturdy. Cap gilded to interior, retains cork liner. Solder join visible on neck join underneath hinge, thought to be original not repair. Various minor dings, surface marks and light scratches throughout commensurate with age and use.

Lot 2177

AN ELIZABETH II SILVER HIP FLASK, by A Nicholls & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1946, rectangular, shaped for the pocket, decorated with engine turning, with twist and hinge top. 13.3cm high, 6.3 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks clear, date letter lightly rubbed - further lion passant and date letter to base, also both lightly rubbed. Base date letter is for 1947. Lid hinge is sturdy, cap retains cork liner. Tarnishing and surface scratches commensurate with age and use

Lot 2269

A SMALL VICTORIAN SILVER HIP FLASK, by Henry Hyde Aston, Birmingham 1864, oval, detachable cup base and screw cap, engraved with a crest and a monogram. 9.8cm high, 3.3 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks are clear. Screw cap works well and retains the cork. In generally very good condition.

Lot 2286

A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER-MOUNTED SMALL GLASS HIP FLASK, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1892, ovoid with plain twist and hinged top, with removable cup to base. 7.5cm highThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks lightly rubbed but legible - full set to both bottle collar and base of cup. Stands upright, both with cup fitted and without. Top hinge is sturdy, lid retains cork liner. Gilded to interior of cup and top fittings. Light surface marks and scratches commensurate with age and use

Lot 2295

A VICTORIAN SILVER HIP FLASK, by Thomas Johnson I, London 1870, rounded square form, shaped for the pocket, push-button sprung cap, engraved to the front with Cunningham Clan crest above their motto 'OVER FORK OVER', the reverse with monogram in Gothic script, stamped 'ELKINGTON & CO' to base. 12.6cm high, 9.3 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks are clear. Push-button works. Cap retains cork. In generally very good condition.

Lot 2327

A VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT AND GLASS SCENT FLASK, by George Brace, cylindrical with engraved and pierced decoration, a hinged push-button sprung cap to one end and a screw cap to the other, unmarked but tests as silver. 12.5cm longThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Hinged cover in good order and closes neatly. Screw cover closes well.  A few small dents to the covers but in generally good condition commensurate with age. 

Lot 1

A Roman Glass Beaker, probably 4th century AD, with slightly everted rim and band of three lines and four deep indentations to body, 7cm diameter, 7.5cm high; and A Small Glass Flask (2). The beaker with a foreign material bonded to the surface in some areas, visible on the images. Free from any cracks. With substantial surface wear and scratches. Flask broken and re glued and with an area of loss.

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