Quarterly Antique & Fine Art Sale on
Friday 18th June 2010

Lots: 388-417 of 674

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388

Omega; A World War I Period Hallmarked Silver Cased Wristwatch Head, the signed circular black dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial within plain case to wire lugs, case numbered "5866961" "Omega", import marks for London 1917, movement stamped "Omega 5040913" (damaged/losses).
Estimate: 30-50

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389

Everite; A Lady's 9ct Gold Cased Watch, on 9ct gold expanding bracelet; Rone; A Lady's 9ct Gold Cased Watch, on 9ct gold bracelet; and another lady's watch. (3)
Estimate: 100-200

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85

390

Omega; A 1950's Gent's 9ct Gold Cased Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with Arabic and dagger markers and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, Birmingham 1956, to 9ct gold uniform brick-link bracelet, Birmingham 1963.
Estimate: 200-300

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360

391

Omega; A 1950's Gent's 9ct Gold Cased Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with Arabic numerals and dagger markers, within plain case, Birmingham 1956, on leather strap with 9ct gold Omega buckle.
Estimate: 80-120

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220

392

A Gold Plated Cased Lady's Watch, the dial marked "HERMES", with Arabic and baton markers, within plain case (stainless steel back), to integral geometric link bracelet and snap clasp.
Estimate: 30-50

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393

Thos Russell & Sons Liverpool; A Gold Plated Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed white enamel dial with black Roman numerals (minute hand detached but present) and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, in a fitted box; Together with A Westclox Pocket Ben Openface Pocketwatch.
Estimate: 30-50

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394

A Hallmarked Silver Pair Case Pocketwatch, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, within plain case, movement marked "J N Moore Keightley 10864" (movement damaged), E.B, Birmingham 1827 (lacking pair case).
Estimate: 50-80

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395

A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the enamel dial with black Roman numerals within engine turned case, internally decorated with inscribed "John Moore", W.H, London 1874 (damages); Prescot; A Hallmarked Silver Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial within engine turned case, movement signed "Lancashire Watch Co Ltd VIGIL 845953". (2)
Estimate: 30-50

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396

A Military Pocketwatch, with once luminous Arabic numerals and hands and seconds subsidiary dial, case stamped with arrow above "G.S.T.P. F051379"; A Smiths Empire Openface Pocketwatch, a 'Regus' pocketwatch, St.Johns Ambulance medallion pendant "216562 Winifred Charlesworth", shield plaque, engine turned pencil, micromosaic brooch, watch chain, further brooch, pendant etc.
Estimate: 30-50

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397

A Hallmarked Silver Openface Pocketwatch, the "Improved Patent" signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial within plain case, movement set with diamond end stone and inscribed 1893, London 1858 (dial hinge broken); W W Co Waltham; A Lady's Openface Fob Watch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals, within plain case, movement cover inscribed "Presented to Miss J L Oliver by a few friends in Messrs G J Mason & Co XMAS 1903"; and four watch keys.
Estimate: 30-50

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50

398

Zenith; A Gent's Openface Pocketwatch, the white enamel dial marked "Carnaval de Venise Paris", with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case numbered "115159", movement signed "Zenith 1649692", movement cover marked "Grand Prix Paris 1900 Zenith", Swiss control marks, Insurance Valuation stating tests as 18ct gold.
Estimate: 600-800

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399

A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, the movement cover bearing presentation inscription "Presented to Arthur Unwin Newsome... by Thos W Ward Limited Albion Works Sheffield... 17th August 1912", movement signed E.Rippon, Wicker, Sheffield, in plain case, London 1911, in fitted E.Rippon case; Together with Another Openface Pocketwatch, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, stamped "0.935".
Estimate: 40-60

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55

400

A Gold Plated Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the black military style dial with white Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement stamped "ROLEX LEVER SWISS MADE", in plain Dennison watch case; Together with A Le Paix Slim Hunter Fob Watch, on chain.
Estimate: 150-250

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150

401

Helvetia; Military Pocketwatch, the signed black dial with once luminous Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, case stamped "G.S / T.P 167712" above arrow; Together with Another Similar, (damaged/incomplete), case stamped "G.S / T.P 167711" above arrow. (2)
Estimate: 30-50

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60

402

Wm Greenwood & Sons Leeds & Huddersfield; A 9ct Gold Openface Pocketwatch, the signed white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, movement stamped "15 FIFTEEN JEWELS ROLEX", A.L.D Dennison watch case, Birmingham 1926.
Estimate: 300-500

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290

403

A Hallmarked Silver Pair Case Pocketwatch, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and hand painted rural scene with buildings and trees with figure and farm animal in the foreground, movement inscribed "No.6127 Weston Liverpool", W.R Birmingham 1801, (damaged/lacking balance cock) in plain outer case.
Estimate: 80-120

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130

404

A Hallmarked Silver Pair Case Pocket Watch, the enamel dial hand painted to the centre with a blacksmith shoeing a horse with gentleman standing by, within border of black Roman numerals, within plain case, ES, Sheffield 1805(?) (no duty mark), movement with foliate and scroll pierced balance cock, in plain outer case (damages, glass present but damaged/repaired).
Estimate: 250-350

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405

Cyma; A Lady's Hunter Fob Watch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (damaged no glass), in engine turned case; A Uniform Link Watch Chain, and a leaf engraved disc applied bar brooch, in a fitted case. (3)
Estimate: 20-30

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406

An Openface Lady's Fob Watch, the foliate engraved dial with black Roman numerals within leaf scroll engraved case, stamped "18k", movement cover stamped "Exd by Aldred & Son George St Gt Yarmouth", No.7054, in fitted box.
Estimate: 140-160

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140

407

Emka; An Art Deco Lady's Diamond Set Cocktail Watch, the signed dial with baton markers, within elongated rectangular bezel and shoulders, set throughout with single-cut diamonds, to leather cord strap, case inscribed "Platinum".
Estimate: 600-700

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408

A Pair of Victorian 15ct Gold Cufflinks, Birmingham 1877, the foliate engraved panels on elongated link connections, bearing small monogram stamp.
Estimate: 100-120

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100

409

Bank of England Banknotes - 20 (Somerset) (3); 10 (Somerset) (8) and 5 (Fforde) (12).
N.B. Regularly the notes are choice and there are some mint runs present.
Estimate: 240-300

Nil

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410

A Selection of BU GB Coinage Offered in Coin Tubes, comprising 1967 halfcrowns (125), 1966 halfcrowns (25), 1966 florins (25), 1966 threepences (25) and 1967 halfpennies (25).
Estimate: 20-40

Nil

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20

411

Eleven Pounds and Thirty Five Pence, in pre-1947 silver coins.
Estimate: 120-200

Nil

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170

412

32 George VI Halfcrowns, all are pre-1947 and are offered in the highest grades.
Estimate: 50-80

Nil

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80

413

Halfcrowns - 1914, 1915 (two coins), 1916 (two coins), 1917, 1918 and 1919. All choice.
Estimate: 70-120

Nil

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100

414

Halfcrowns - 1927, 1931 (two coins), 1932, 1935 and 1936.
Estimate: 60-90

Nil

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45

415

26 Post 1946 Halfcrowns, all are in the higher grades and an uncirculated coin dated 1954 is included.
Estimate: 30-50

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416

Florins - 1914, 1918 and 1936. All un-circulated but occasional toning.
Estimate: 20-30

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35

417

23 King George VI Florins - all pre-1947 and all in the higher grades.
Estimate: 30-50

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45

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