Adam Partridge Auctioneers Cheshire
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Lot Number: 1
A 19th century mahogany rectangular two division tea caddy, width 30.5cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number: 2
A 19th century walnut dome topped tea caddy with geometric strapwork inlay, the hinged lid enclosing two dome topped compartments, width 25.5cm and a small oak biscuit barrel with metal mounts and ceramic liner (2).
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Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number: 3
A late George III oak and mahogany crossbanded candle box with pinned leather replaced strap hinge and tapering body, length 46cm.
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Estimate: £30 - £50

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Lot Number: 4
An Edwardian oval mahogany serving tray with inlaid specimen wood design of cornucopia and scrolling tendrils with starburst centre and two brass handles and a rectangular carved oak example, width 64cm (2).
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Estimate: £80 - £120

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Lot Number: 4A
An Edwardian oval mahogany inlaid tray with floral decoration, brass handles and curved gallery, width 67cm.
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Estimate: £50 - £80

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Lot Number: 5
HOLTZAPFFEL; a rare triptych containing seventy turned rosewood handled chisels, the case with line inlay and brackets for hanging, height of case 80cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £800 - £1200

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There are five spare apertures in the case which are lacking chisels, general ware as you would expect as this was a used set, overall surface ware commensurate with age.

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Lot Number: 6
An unusual late 19th century Cox's patent publicans' mahogany and brass till, designed by John Christopher Cox, patent granted 1883, with enamelled JC Cox plaque to either side of the central enclosed chute for visible payments between racks for coin storage, on base with change bowls and drawer, width 64cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £200 - £300

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Lot Number: 7
A late 19th century burr walnut Tunbridge ware writing slope with mother of pearl lozenge decoration and escutcheon, the hinged lid enclosing pen tray and ink bottle, width 35cm.
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Estimate: £80 - £120

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Lot Number: 8
A Victorian walnut and inlaid sewing box and a carved oak stool (2).
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Estimate: £30 - £50

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Sewing box: top section loose, several rips and tears to fitted interior, two cracks at the base, minor losses to inlay and scuffing to the corners, with a large scratch on the back (see additional images).

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Lot Number: 9
An early 19th century mahogany faced desk box/writing slope, the double hinged slope enclosing shelf and drawer, with mother of pearl inlaid handles and graduated pen holder to gallery, width 45cm.
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Estimate: £60 - £80

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