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A quality pendant brooch of pen square form set with a large central pearl and fully set with old rose cut diamonds

Estimate: £200.00
Sold: £900.00
A quality pendant brooch of pen square form set with a large central pearl and fully set with old rose cut diamonds

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A finely decorated Chinese famille rose vase profusely decorated with robed figures in parades, the base with six character Daoguang mark. Height: 33cm approximately

Estimate: £200.00
Sold: £740.00
A finely decorated Chinese famille rose vase profusely decorated with robed figures in parades, the base with six character Daoguang mark. Height: 33cm approximately

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A gents boxed bi-metal Rolex Submariner having blue dial and bezel with associated booklet

Estimate: £4000.00
Sold: £3800.00
A gents boxed bi-metal Rolex Submariner having blue dial and bezel with associated booklet

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A quality Danish four piece silver tea set of bulbous form with scrolling wooden handles, bearing assay mark for Christian F. Heise (1904-1932)

Estimate: £650.00
Sold: £800.00
A quality Danish four piece silver tea set of bulbous form with scrolling wooden handles, bearing assay mark for Christian F. Heise (1904-1932)

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A boxed Shackleton toy model of Foden Mechanical Vehicle

Estimate: £180.00
Sold: £200.00
A boxed Shackleton toy model of Foden Mechanical Vehicle

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A rare working vintage Omega Automatic Seamaster 300, 1st generation, 1957. Case number 2913, in Omega box

Estimate: £2000.00
Sold: £2000.00
A rare working vintage Omega Automatic Seamaster 300, 1st generation, 1957. Case number 2913, in Omega box

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A large antique twin handled gilt bronze Warwick Vase on a black and green veined marble base

Estimate: £150.00
Sold: £750.00
A large antique twin handled gilt bronze Warwick Vase on a black and green veined marble base

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A Moorcroft made for liberty bowl decorated claremount design 9cm by 23cm

Estimate: £600.00
Sold: £740.00
A Moorcroft made for liberty bowl decorated claremount design 9cm by 23cm

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A rare and complete Victorian officers' dress uniform comprising a scarlet single breasted coatee having silver threaded epaulets and collar stitched with acorns, the coat tails embroidered with same motif and buttons embossed with crowns, black breeches having braided side stripe, red belt with buckle bearing entwined initials crest for Queen Victoria, bicorn hat also with acorn motif and gold threadword knots to sides complete with ostrich feather plume contained in separate cannister and black leather shoes with side lace insets. The coatee  labelled with Henry Poole Saville Row Tailor's label ( know as the 'Founders of Saville Row', original specializing in Military uniforms) and bearing number and  name '1277 F. Stapleton- Bretherton'. All pieces contained in original metal storage trunk, with  conforming nameplate.  PROVENANCE  While there is no direct provenance for the uniform, it is likely that it may have belonged to Frederick Stapleton- Bretherton (1873-1938), a major who fought in both the Boer War and WW1, later mentioned in Dispatches. The family were well respected with established military connections and owned Rainhill Hall in Lancashire. Stapleton-Bretherton may have served with the Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry Calvary.

Estimate: £1000.00
Sold: £1000.00
A rare and complete Victorian officers' dress uniform comprising a scarlet single breasted coatee having silver threaded epaulets and collar stitched with acorns, the coat tails embroidered with same motif and buttons embossed with crowns, black breeches having braided side stripe, red belt with buckle bearing entwined initials crest for Queen Victoria, bicorn hat also with acorn motif and gold threadword knots to sides complete with ostrich feather plume contained in separate cannister and black leather shoes with side lace insets. The coatee labelled with Henry Poole Saville Row Tailor's label ( know as the 'Founders of Saville Row', original specializing in Military uniforms) and bearing number and name '1277 F. Stapleton- Bretherton'. All pieces contained in original metal storage trunk, with conforming nameplate. PROVENANCE While there is no direct provenance for the uniform, it is likely that it may have belonged to Frederick Stapleton- Bretherton (1873-1938), a major who fought in both the Boer War and WW1, later mentioned in Dispatches. The family were well respected with established military connections and owned Rainhill Hall in Lancashire. Stapleton-Bretherton may have served with the Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry Calvary.

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A black case containing a WWII medal group comprising Air Crew Europe Star, two War Medals and Defense Medal with associated documents, photographs and log book to Pilot Officer John Thomas Armon Royal Canadian Air Force. Associated correspondents discuss Pilot Officer Armon being missing after leaving for attacks on Karlsruhe in a Lancaster bomber. Later letters confirm he died in action and are complete with photographs of the grave.

Estimate: £600.00
Sold: £1100.00
A black case containing a WWII medal group comprising Air Crew Europe Star, two War Medals and Defense Medal with associated documents, photographs and log book to Pilot Officer John Thomas Armon Royal Canadian Air Force. Associated correspondents discuss Pilot Officer Armon being missing after leaving for attacks on Karlsruhe in a Lancaster bomber. Later letters confirm he died in action and are complete with photographs of the grave.

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