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Lot Number: 1410
WILLIAM NEALE; a Victorian hallmarked silver handled and ivory bladed page turner with bright cut foliate decoration, hallmark obscured, length 42cm (af).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 20 - 40

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two chips, several areas of staining and surface scratches throughout to blade, blade has been detached from handle and crudely rejoined with losses to mounts, also with areas of dense and tarnish throughout and heavy rubbing to the edge.

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Lot Number: 1411
An early 29th century ivory bladed silver handled page turner, marks obscured, (af) length 36cm.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 20 - 30

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Lot Number: 1412
WILLIAM COMYNS & SONS; a Victorian hallmarked silver mounted clear glass circular inkwell with pierced foliate, scroll and lattice decoration and with hinged lid, London 1899, diameter 8cm.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Condition Report

Hinge is slightly loose but otherwise ok. Postage cost to UK mainland address approx 15.00 plus VAT.

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Lot Number: 1413
HENRY WILKINSON & CO; a Victorian hallmarked silver twin handled ink standish of oval form centred with a taper stick acting as a detachable cover of nibs compartment, flanked by two clear cut glass silver mounted ink bottles, on four outswept supports with scrolling feet, London 1865, length including handles 26.5cm, weighable silver approx 11.6ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 150 - 200

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Lot Number: 1414
A late Victorian hallmarked silver and glass ink stand, the faceted ink bottle with hinged lid on shaped circular base inscribed 'November 3rd 1951', London 1895, diameter 16cm.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Lot Number: 1415
An Edward VII hallmarked silver capstan inkwell, the hinged tortoiseshell set cover with foliate swag detail, with loaded base, Birmingham 1909, diameter 11cm.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Lot Number: 1416
HUKIN & HEATH; a George VI hallmarked silver Art Deco design inkwell, the hinged square with cantered corners above a spreading square section base with glass liner and star cut glass base, Birmingham 1942, width 12cm.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 100 - 150

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Lot Number: 1417
ADIE BROS LTD; a George V hallmarked silver and blue guilloche enamel decorated Art Deco style eight day travelling clock, Birmingham 1929, width 8.5cm (af) and a clear hobnail cut glass cylindrical dressing table jar with green guilloche enamel decorated cover, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1909, height 8.9cm (2).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Condition Report

Damage to the enamel of the clock (two major areas), the dial glass needs replacing, can't guarantee that the clock is in working order, dressing table jar with dints around, nibbles to the glass particularly to the edge of the base.

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Lot Number: 1418
HENRY MATTHEWS; a George V hallmarked silver and pale turquoise guilloche enamel fan shaped eight day desk clock, Birmingham 1929, width 12cm (enamel af).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 20 - 40

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Unfortunately the guilloche enamel, the fan shaped support is damaged in at least three places, no glass to the clock.

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Lot Number: 1419
ZENITH WATCH COMPANY; a George V hallmarked silver cased and enamel decorated miniature mantel clock, the circular dial set with Arabic numerals, Glasgow import mark 1920, engraved with presentation inscription 'Clara Passmore with love and gratitude February 1936', numbered 5890 to base, height 5.5cm, in fitted in Mappin & Webb case (af).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Three major areas of damage to enamel to the top of the clock, tarnish and minor surface scratches throughout commensurate with age, top of one hinged part of case badly (af)

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