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Auction Calendar

ONE DAY NO RESERVE SALE Saturday 2nd July commencing at 10.30am with viewing Friday from 10am - 4pm

Our next two day sale of antiques, jewellery & collectables will be held on Monday 18th & Tuesday 19th July. Celebrity Antique Road Trip will be joining us on Tuesday so come along!

Viewing will be on the Friday, Saturday & Sunday before the sale from 10am - 4pm and on the morning of the sale from 8am

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Free Valuation Days

Our next free valuation days held at our auction room will be on:

Wednesday 29th June & Tuesday 5th July

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Specialist Auction Sales

We have regular Specialist auctions at our saleroom in Essex of Watches, Jewellery, Toys & Models, Militaria, Sporting Memorabilia and Rock & Pop Memorabilia.

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Auction Catalogue

You can view all the lots from our latest auction online catalogue here.

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Estimate: £100.00
Sold: £340.00
A rare 1960s Triang metallic blue Jaguar E Type childs pedal car

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Estimate: £80.00
Sold: £350.00
An early tin wheeled blue childs pedal car in the 1920s motorcar style

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Estimate: £6000.00
Sold: £7100.00
Registration no. OL 8728 Frame no. 4101 Engine no. 4148 Introduced in 1923 the BSA Model S was the first machine made by BSA to use an overhead valve engine and range was complemented by a side valve "sports" model. Both where rated highly in the motorcycle press of the time as the "go anywhere" motorcycle. "OL 8728" is fitted with the side valve engine and was first registered in 1924. The motorcycle was restored to concourse condition in 1986 and it is one of the best to come to market in recent years but as an older restoration light recommissioning will be required before use. The sidecar was not fitted to the motorcycle when new but was fitted during its restoration and is of the period and believed to be correct for the model. The motorcycle is a great vintage machine and is applicable for the VMCC Banbury run. The motorcycle is sold with current V5 and some paperwork, photographs and information from the restoration.

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Estimate: £800.00
Sold: £1100.00
Registration no. No Paperwork Frame no. 96628 Engine no. XZ1596 Wolf machines where built in Wolverhampton by Wearwell cycles from 1901 until the mid 1940s. At the start of the 1930s Wolf started to use a range of Villiers light weight engines which was a common move at the time. The 150cc single port motorcycle offered for sale here has an Albion three speed gearbox and will require recommissioning and checking before returning to the road. The motorcycle does not have a V5 but is sold with an extract from the 1992 Sotheby's Catalogue and could be registered with the assistance of the VMCC.

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Estimate: £1200.00
Sold: £980.00
Registration no. SMY 872F Frame no. A- A2S7S - 1047645A Engine no. TBC Designed by Sir Alec Issigonis and introduced in 1959 the Mini was to become one of the most iconic British cars ever to be produced. With a production run spanning nearly 40 years the designed remain mostly unchanged with some engine and chassis modifications until being acquired by BMW. The Mini offered for sale here is the 1967 Austin Mini Mk. 1 Super de-luxe two door saloon built at the Long Bridge plant. The car is in need of full restoration and will require extensive work to return it to a road worthy condition.

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Estimate: £2500.00
Sold: £1250.00
A fine quality Art Nouveau silver Tyg with hammered decoration, Chester hallmarks 1908 for Barker Brothers, bearing presentation inscription to theatre impresario Emile Littler from The Directors of the New Theatre, Oxford (4.35 Kilos)

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Estimate: £900.00
Sold: £850.00
An 18ct gold diamond and sapphire cluster dress ring

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Estimate: £2360.00
Sold: £2400.00
A platinum solitaire rings set with 1.65 carat diamond

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Estimate: £380.00
Sold: £380.00
A platinum ring with central diamonds surrounded by further diamonds

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Estimate: £400.00
Sold: £390.00
A white gold 18ct lady's ring set with a heart shape emerald approx 1.5 ct and suround by diamonds.

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Estimate: £400.00
Sold: £380.00
A Chinese Kangxi jar painted with mythical beasts, double ring mark to base. Approximately 23 cm,

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Estimate: £3000.00
Sold: £3100.00
A rare early 20th century Louis Vuitton floorstanding steamer luggage trunk.Typical brown canvas and leather type, the exterior printed with repeating yellow LV logo, wooden and metal studwork straps, leather carry handles, original lock stamped Louis Vuitton, painted AAC with remnants of old luggage labels.Front opening revealing fitted interior comprising six leather fabric lined drawers, linen fronted pull out chrome dress rail hung with original wooden hangers and embossed leather label to base. Approximately 110cm length x 55cm width, depth of largest drawer 18cm. CONDITION REPORT: edge of one corner lacking, age related wear including some scratches to canvas and paint marks.The interior in overall very good order, with some damp spotting

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Estimate: £350.00
Sold: £390.00
A set of eleven Beswick Alice in Wonderland figures.

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Estimate: £300.00
Sold: £300.00
A pair of violins in original Jaeger case, labelled Bernhard Franke, Stuttgart.

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Estimate: £600.00
Sold: £1620.00
A cased 2004 United Kingdom gold pattern set

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Estimate: £600.00
Sold: £1620.00
A cased set of 4 gold pattern collection coins

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Estimate: £300.00
Sold: £400.00
A gold charm bracelet.

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Estimate: £300.00
Sold: £580.00
A gold three band bangle with attached gold pendent stamped 750.

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Estimate: £300.00
Sold: £590.00
A gold bracelet with oval links stamped 750.

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Estimate: £400.00
Sold: £350.00
A 20th Century quality bronze of a hippopotamus signed Bernard, approximately 40cm by 23cm with the initial D on the foot

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Estimate: £400.00
Sold: £500.00
Antique Gladstone bag containing skeletal remains, instruments and a fitted vampire killing slaying outfit including a pin fire pistol

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Estimate: £300.00
Sold: £280.00
A mahogany cased drop dial Fusee wall clock, maker Thomas Haley, Norwich

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Estimate: £100.00
Sold: £400.00
A cased percussion screw cap pocket pistol with walnut grip marked with instinctive maker

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Estimate: £1500.00
Sold: £1500.00
A quality watercolour by Charles Edward Dixon (1872-1934) the marine view dipicting a view of Grenwich.size 25x61cm.

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Estimate: £400.00
Sold: £400.00
A framed Vic Ellis oil painting of a Thames barge , The Will Everard (built in Yarmouth 1925) with a detailed Certificate of Authenticity by Vic Ellis.

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Estimate: £350.00
Sold: £340.00
A German II world war naval officers Dagger brass finish the top with an egal the blade with a squiral symbol Solingen.

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Estimate: £250.00
Sold: £1500.00
A vintage pedal car made by L.B Ltd in conjunction with Tri-ang Motor the car with wooden chasse, Crome mounts and spoked wheels. This paticular model of pedal car was sold via Libertys of London. One light missing.

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Estimate: £1000.00
Sold: £1500.00
A Victorian boulle credenza with serpentine front above two doors, one panel glass missing with gilt applied classical amounts

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