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Alan John McNally, limited edition signed print of Edinburgh, with presentation inscription, framed and glazed, 22cm x 29cm.
A Baltic medal 1854 -1855, reverse cast with Brittania, obverse with Queen Victoria, no ribbon or box.
David Mellor, a silver plated contemporary canteen of cutlery by Arthur Price in two fitted boxes.
A French brass faced carriage clock with platform escapement, two keys, hairline crack to dial.
A silver circular box on three feet, a coloured glass and metal overmounted scent bottle, a silver napkin ring, a cased set of six white metal napkin rings, a carriage clock, a pair of opera glasses, other objects including four miniature lead nursery figures, etc.
A pair of marine type modern bookends decorated with dolphins, a presentation anchor, pewter candlesticks, replicas of Rinaldis lions together with novelty South Crofty lighthouse, chart of the River Thames replica, large Binaries brass tray and a set of nine Napoleonic printed scenes, framed and glazed, overall size 86cm x 69cm.
A 22ct wedding band (1.9g), an antique yellow metal amethyst cluster brooch, other jewellery, Churchill crown.
A 19th century whistle, carved ivory, in the form of a dogs head, length approximately 45mm.