The Oak Interior - 25th and 26th May 2022

The Oak Interior - 25th and 26th May 2022

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room Stowmarket, Suffolk

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The Oak Interior - 25th and 26th May 2022

The Oak Interior - 25th and 26th May 2022

Auction closed (2 day sale)

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Two 14th century pewter pilgrims' badges, both with the bust of a male, one Thomas Becket, each within decorative borders, one with traces of natu...

Three Medieval pilgrims' badges, 14th and 15th century, to include a section of rattle, a half-section of St Thomas's horse and a bust of St. Thom...

A 15th century pewter secular badge, designed as a copulating cockerel and hen, 40mm long                                        This ...

Two 14th century pewter pilgrims' badges, each designed as the head of St. Thomas Becket,  wearing a mitre, with frowning face and drooping mousta...

A collection of Medieval  pewter pilgrim and secular badges,  to include: a buckler,  probably representing St. Thomas Becket; two badges featurin...

A 12th century pewter  pilgrim's souvenir, an ampullae with scallop shell ornament, 45mm high, together with another example with angled handles a...

A 14th century pewter pilgrim's badge, designed as Christ on the cross within a barbed quatrefoil frame, together with two hunting horn (one with ...

A large collection of Medieval pewter pilgrim's badge fragments, together with a 17th century toy pewter plate, jettons (counters), rings, and fur...

Seven 14th century pewter pilgrim/secular badges, each with the bust of man within a decorative frame, 16mm diameter to 20mm diameter (7) ...

A collection of 14th and 15th Century Medieval Pilgrim badge, the badges depicting the Virgin and Child within the horns of a crescent moon, 21mm ...

An interesting collection of yellow metal medieval plaque sections, each of thin metal, two depicting St. George slaying the Dragon, one of the te...

A large collection of Medieval and Tudor excavated finds: mainly pewter, to include knife terminals, clothing fasteners, dagger and belt ornaments...

An intriguing small Roman lead 'curse' panel, etched with a written curse, 60mm long, 40mm high -                Reputedly found at Billingsgate

A collection of excavated items, to include clay pipe sections from the 16th to 19th Century, three knives from the 17th and 18th centuries, a kni...

A collectors' cabinet filled with an interesting collection of artefacts, dating Roman to 20th century, with ten drawers filled, to include mediev...

A William IV set of seven brass alloy Imperial Standard measures, Nottingham, each rim marked with an Exchequer portcullis, and with various' WIV'...

A George V brass alloy Imperial Standard measure, the rim marked with the Exchequer portcullis and date '1926', the body marked 'QUARTER GILL / CO...

A Victorian set of five bronze alloy Imperial Standard  measures, Buckinghamshire, marks to rim, the bodies marked for  'IMPERIAL QUART', 'IMPERIA...

A Victorian set of four bronze-alloy Imperial Standard measures, each rim marked with Exchequer portcullis , the bodies marked for  'IMPERIAL QUAR...

A George IV bronze alloy Imperial Standard measure, the rim marked with the Exchequer portcullis and with crowned cyphers, the body marked 'IMPERI...

A George IV bronze alloy Imperial Standard measure, the rim marked with the Exchequer portcullis and with crowned ciphers for Queen Victoria, the ...

A Victorian set of six bronze Imperial Standard set of measures, Cambridge, each rim marked with the Exchequer portcullis and 'VR' cypher , the bo...

A Victorian set of graduated brass weights, 7lb, 4lb, 2lb, 1lb, 1lb, of globular form, marked in script 'County of Huntingdon', dated '1853', each...

A Victorian brass alloy Imperial Standard measure, the rim marked with the Exchequer portcullis and 'VR' cypher, the body engraved  'IMPERIAL QUAR...

A Victorian 'gunmetal' Imperial Standard set of five cased measures, Buckinghamshire, each rim marked with the Exchequer portcullis, 'VR' and 'GR'...

A Victorian brass alloy Imperial Standard measure, the conical body with lug handles and marked 'IMPERIAL HALF GALLON / COUNTY OF WARWICK 1891', 2...

Six 18th century snuff boxes, Dutch, to include: a copper and brass example with farming scene and inscription engraved to body, 16.5cm wide, anot...

Two 19th century brass and leather mounted Fellowship Porter badges, the first engraved  'Jas C Gwilliam, Fellowship Porter, 7th Nov 1840 No TL 40...

An 18th Century Dutch copper snuff box with of the period English naming, the box with tavern scenes t o the top and bottom, the edge with the eng...

A group of twelve 19th century brass and copper measures, English and ScottishOf baluster, bulbous and straight-sided form, pint to half-gill capa...

A William & Mary pewter OEWS half-pint ball and bar baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1690The body with two incised lines, the slightly domed lid cen...

A group of 16th/17th century pewter toy plates and dishesTo include a broad rim charger, examples cast with foliate decoration, porringers and tok...

Three pewter Imperial Scottish baluster measures, circa 1830To include a Glasgow pint; an Edinburgh half-pint and a Glasgow double dome-lid gill (...

Four pewter lidless Jersey measures, circa 1790-1820To include a good OEWS pint example, with crowned ‘GR’ mark to lip; an OEWS half-pint; and two...

A pewter toy master salt, circa 1680Of circular footed form, extensive nature’s gildingDiameter 5.4cmProvenance: Sandy Law Collection, sold Philli...

A miscellaneous group of mostly 19th century pewterTo include ice moulds, pepperette, Welsh hat, funnels, salts and a spice pot, (32)Numerous dent...

A mid-18th century pewter OEWS quart Jersey lidded measure, circa 1750With touchmark of John de St. Croix, London (fl.1729-?), (PS91) to lid, alon...

A 19th century pewter and horn snuff box, ScottishBy John Durie, (fl.1830-1868), (PS15988); together with twenty four mostly 19th century and smal...

A George II pewter OEWS gill bud baluster measure, Southampton, circa 1740The body with four mid-lines, maker’s mark of Ann Carter (fl.1730-1754),...

A group of 19th century pewter ‘shoe’ snuff boxesAll with decoration (7)Some surface scratches, dents and rust.Please note this is only a brief ov...

A William & Mary pewter OEWS gill ball and bar baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1690The body with two incised lines, the slightly domed lid centred ...

Two 17th century pewter punch-decorated ‘spice’ platesEach having a geometric decorated rim, steep booge and shallow boss designed with a single f...

A group of four 18th century pewter Jersey lidded measures, circa 1790-1830To include a pint example; two half-pint and one noggin; all with crown...

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