Adam Partridge Auctioneers Cheshire
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Lot Number: 1
A 19th century mahogany and brass mounted travelling apothecary box, the hinged lid set with a concealed swing carry handle enclosing a part fitted interior with nine clear glass bottles above single base drawer enclosing glass pestle and mortar, two glass bottles and various stoppers, height 21cm, width 23cm, depth 17cm.
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Estimate: £300 - £500

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The brass mounts have been tarnished, there is a split on the lid running from the brass handle to the right edge, minor scuffs and surface scratches throughout as one would expect, there are various bottle missing and the brass rod to lock the base drawer when the lid is open is missing.

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Lot Number: 2
An early 20th century oak wall mounted rectangular tool cabinet with arched pediment set with an oval plaque inscribed ''Army and Navy C.S.I. Tool Cabinet'', above pair of cupboard doors enclosing two shelves and two base drawers, 66 x 37.5cm.
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Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number: 3
A 19th century rosewood sarcophagus form tea caddy with twin gilt metal lion mask ring handles, the hinged lid enclosing two lidded compartments flanking an associated Chinese blue and white mixing bowl and another, width 35cm.
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Estimate: £50 - £80

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Lot Number: 4
An early Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid sarcophagus tea canister (for restoration), also a boxed mahjong set with plastic pieces (2).
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Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number: 5
Two Victorian papier mâché tea caddies painted and gilded, both 18 x 12 x 12cm (2).
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Estimate: £100 - £150

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Condition Report

One of them is lacking a foot support but it is present inside and can easily be repaired.

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Lot Number: 6
Two Victorian papier mâché dishes, inlaid with mother of pearl, painted and gilded, one with brass handle, diameter 26cm (af) (2).
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Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number: 7
A 19th century mahogany rectangular tea caddy, the hinged lid enclosing two lidded lead lined compartments, and an associated cut glass mixing bowl, width 33cm.
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Estimate: £50 - £80

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Lot Number: 8
An early Victorian rosewood tea caddy of waisted sarcophagus form, the hinged lid opening to reveal two lidded compartments and central aperture for bowl and raised on four bun feet, width 38cm.
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Estimate: £50 - £80

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Lot Number: 9
A Victorian walnut and brass mounted tea caddy, the domed hinged lid opening to reveal two lidded compartments and central vacant aperture, width 28cm, also a simple two division tea caddy, width 21cm (2).
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Estimate: £50 - £80

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