Dr Who: Five rehearsal scripts for the original four and one later episode,
Estimate: £1500 - 2000
Two Egyptian green glazed composition Shabti, late period, 26th-30th dynasty, circa 664-332 B.C., 18.5 and 19cm excluding ebonised wood
Estimate: £300 - 500
Sold for £3,800
A 19th century Sun Fire Office London printed tin advertising sign 53 x 73cm
Estimate: £800 - 1200
A coco-de-mer nut, 9.5in.
Estimate: £250 - 350
Sold for £260
A coco-de-mer nut, 12in.
Sold for £340
An early 20th century Pickwick Patent penny in the slot game machine The Clown, width 1ft 6.5in. height 2ft
Estimate: £400 - 600
Sold for £700
Japanese movie interest: A reproduction of a Japanese Samurai helmet (Kabuto), with ebonised box, helmet approximately 41.5cm wide
Estimate: £200 - 300
Sold for £360
A reconstructed Elephant Bird egg, approximately 31cm, with ebonised wood stand
Estimate: £500 - 800
Sold for £900
An Indian carved ivory figure of Parvati and Ganesh, c.1900, overall height 30.5cm
A 19th century Continental enamel bougie box, d. 5.5cm
A late 18th/early 19th century Flemish walnut and ivory crucifix, 19in. width 14.5in.
A 19th century Persian Qajar lacquered and gilt scribes casket (Qalamdan), height 3.25in. width 11in
A late 19th century Italian white metal, silvered bronze and ebonised crucifix, 24in.
Sold for £180
A 19th century Italian ormolu mounted rosewood and walnut crucifix, 33in.
A 18th century Tetuan morocco leather wallet, 5.5in.
A Stobwasser papier mache table snuff box, c.1800, d. 9.7cm
Sold for £480
A papier mache table snuff box attributed to Stobwasser, c.1800 d. 9.6cm
Estimate: £150 - 200
Sold for £130
A WWI Royal Field Artillery officers dress sword, owned by 2nd Lieutenant Richard Henry Moore,
Sold for £190
A WWI Royal Field Artillery officers dress uniform and accessories, on a mannequin,
A rare Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms officers coatee and shako, c.1840,
Sold for £3,400
A Victorian Cameron Highlanders sporran, case 24in.
Sold for £380
A Maori carved hardwood tewhatewha club, New Zealand, 59in.
Sold for £1,600
A Maori carved hardwood taiaha staff, New Zealand, 64in.
Sold for £600
An unusual Victorian needlework hanging wall pocket, stitched by William Burwise 25 x 5in.
Sold for £800
A pair of George III turned and carved mahogany candle shields, 11.5in., 12in.
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