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Lot Number: 51
A late 19th century walnut cutlery box, the pierced central carrying handle above twin sloping hinged lids, one inlaid with a knife, the other inlaid with a fork to a stepped plinth base, length 33.5cm.
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Estimate: 40 - 60

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Surface scratches throughout, a few scuffs too the edges but overall OK.

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Lot Number: 52
A late George III mahogany satinwood crossbanded rectangular tea caddy, the hinged lid enclosing two lidded compartments and central aperture for bowl, raised on ogee bracket feet, width 31cm, height 19cm.
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Estimate: 60 - 100

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Condition Report

There are a few tiny losses to the crossbanding and splits to the crossbanding, a slightly dry appearance to the lid and slightly faded, a few surface scratches and lifting to the crossbanding in parts, the feet are replaced or have been off and reapplied.

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Lot Number: 53
A Victorian walnut and geometric strapwork inlaid decorated sewing box, the hinged dome lid enclosing a lift-out compartmentalised tray, with various cottons and accoutrements, width 25.25cm.
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Estimate: 40 - 60

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There are a few losses of inlay to the decoration, surface scratches throughout.

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Lot Number: 54
A 19th century rosewood brass inlaid rectangular trinket box with hinged lid and fall-down front section, length 26.5cm.
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Estimate: 30 - 50

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Condition Report

The brass inlay is rather crude and possibly a later addition, an area of damage to the reverse of the box, there is a couple of areas of repair to the veneer of the interior section and has traces of a French paper label to the base.

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Lot Number: 55
An Edwardian mahogany chevron strung and inlaid small book rack centred with a Prince of Wales oval inlay, length 33cm, a miniature Edwardian mahogany line inlaid stationery rack, length 16cm, an inlaid oval photograph frame and two circular frames containing engravings.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Condition Report

General surface scratches and wear throughout.

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Lot Number: 56
A 19th century mahogany travelling box, the rectangular top with central brass carrying handle and twin lidded compartments above two drawers with recessed brass carrying handles, width 36.5cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Condition Report

The two brass plaques at the top are later embellishments, the recessed handles are replaced, signs of use commensurate with age.

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Lot Number: 57
An early 20th century rectangular painted noticeboard inscribed ''The Loyal Waterloo Lodge No.3345, M.U.I.O.F. List of Past Grands'', height 92cm, width 71cm.
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Estimate: 40 - 60

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Condition Report

The painted decoration is more recent, two vertical splits in the timber, otherwise general wear.

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Lot Number: 58
An Edwardian folding walnut boot jack of simple form, stamped ''Made in England'', length 30cm.
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Estimate: 20 - 40

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Wear commensurate with age , some staining, overall ok.

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Lot Number: 59
A 19th century pine shield shaped wall hanging, later painted with an armorial, height 57cm.
Category: Collectors' Items
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Sings of worm to it, surface scratches, small splits, general wear.

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Lot Number: 60
Four early 20th century shield shaped coat of arms plaques including Cambridge University and Pembroke College and The Inner Temple, one with label verso ''From J. Coulson, manufacturer of carved oak goods, 24 St. Andrews Street and 180 East Road, Cambridge'', the largest 31cm, the three smaller examples 19cm and 17.5cm (4).
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Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number 60
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Condition Report

The larger shield is actually tin set on the oak shield and has heavy wear throughout, the other three also have wear to the paintwork throughout.

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