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Lot Number: 1
An early 19th century tortoiseshell tea caddy, the pagoda hinged top set with a white metal plaque engraved with the initial ''M'', enclosing two lidded compartments above pewter strung main body and four turned feet, width 14.5cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £400 - £600

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Condition Report

There is a fine 3cm crack running to the left hand panel to the lid as you look at the caddy. There is a slight lifting to the pewter inlay in parts. A couple of tiny chips to the back corner of the caddy. Two of the upright supports within the tea caddy are missing where the lid would meet the base. There are a couple of very fine cracks to the ivory platforms where the lid meets the base. There is a fine crack to the tortoiseshell to the front of the tea caddy and a couple of chips to the right hand side. Section of pewter stringing is missing to the right hand side as you look at the caddy, and also to the left hand side. The tea caddy is in good original condition and of good colour.

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Lot Number: 2
An early 19th century tortoiseshell domed two division tea caddy, the pewter strung hinged lid enclosing two compartments above plain body raised on four turned ivory feet, width 18cm.
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Estimate: £400 - £600

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Condition Report

There are a couple of fine cracks to the reverse of the tea caddy near the hinges. Overall the colour is good. No obvious signs of repair. There is a very fine crack towards the foot front right as you look at the caddy. The base section is split horizontally. Otherwise in good order.

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Lot Number: 3
A Regency Moroccan leather and brass mounted work box of sarcophagus form, with twin ring handles, enclosing compartments (two with covers) and a leather stationery section with stamp compartment attached to the hinged lid, with a single drawer to the front, raised on ball and claw feet, 25 x 18cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £150 - £250

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Condition Report

There are some splits to the leather mainly to the corners and edges, multiple dents of different sizes throughout, also areas of scratching, the compartment interior has got one partition piece loose, also there are six major and four minor areas where the paper lining of the compartments is ripped, the leather of the stationery sections appears to be in good condition apart from damage to one upper corner, there is a small section of leather missing.

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Lot Number: 4
A late Victorian mahogany framed shop display cabinet, the moulded cornice above glazed sides, mirrored back, two shelves and plinth base, inscribed ''J.S.Fry & Sons Ltd'', width 49cm, height 60.5cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £150 - £250

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Condition Report

Fairly solid throughout. Old scuffs and dents to wood, bet generally sound. Would benefit from a good clean.

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Lot Number: 5
A late Victorian mahogany framed shop display cabinet, the moulded cornice above glazed sides, the front inscribed ''Rowntree's Chocolates'', with two shelves and plinth base, width 82cm, height 70cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £300 - £500

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Condition Report

Fairly solid throughout. Old scuffs and dents to wood, bet generally sound. Would benefit from a good clean.

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Lot Number: 6
A late Victorian mahogany framed shop display cabinet with brackets for two shelves, width 56cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Condition Report

Fairly solid throughout. Old scuffs and dents to wood, bet generally sound. Would benefit from a good clean.

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Lot Number: 7
An unusual late 19th century American pressed oak tea caddy, the hinged lid surmounted with flowers enclosing two oak floral decorated lids above a scroll set main body, width 24cm, height 17cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Condition Report

There are significant losses throughout the applied oak moulding, please refer to photographs for this. The lids are original and it also has traces of the original lining to the interior.

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Lot Number: 8
A 19th century mahogany veneered tea caddy of sarcophagus form with satinwood inlaid escutcheon and edges, with four brass scroll decorated legs, the hinged lid enclosing two containers with covers, the brass lock stamped R.C&S, 23 x 12.5cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £30 - £50

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Condition Report

There are a few areas to the lid where the veneer is lacking, one corner is missing the inlaid edges. The feet are a bit misshapen, one is slightly bent. There are a few slits to the veneer on both covers and inside of the box has been painted with silver coloured paint.

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Lot Number: 9
A 19th century walnut jewellery box with wooden inlay and mother of pearl mount, width 30cm, and a smaller rosewood example, width 25.5cm (both af) (2).
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number: 10
A 19th century simple oak rectangular lidded box, a wall clock (now with battery movement), cutlery tray, etc.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number 10
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