Robert Thompson Mouseman oak cheese board
traditionally carved with a mouse, square form with slot containing cheese knife to the side. 225 x 175mm.

Realised: $350


A Victorian burr walnut tea caddy
oblong, the interior with two curved lidded removable caddies. 250 x 150 x 165mm.

Realised: $180


A 19thC European country fruitwood turned wooden bowl
fine ribbed bands, age evident. Dia.360mm.

Estimate: $90


A Continental wood glove box
the exterior carved with florals, oak leaves and belt strapping. 320 x 100 x 700mm.

Estimate: $100


A Victorian quartered oak decanter case
oblong with brass strapped corners and bale handle to the lid, the front opening to reveal an interior fitted to hold three decanters and glasses, replaced with three later claret jugs. 370 x 220 x 270mm.

Estimate: $275


A Victorian paper maché standish
two inkwells, stamp holder and stationery compartment, hand painted with flowers and gilt embellishments. 225 x 210 x 170mm.

Realised: $120


A rare antique metal elephant figure toy
riveted body with articulated legs and trunk, 'Patent 1873' stamped to underside. H.60mm.

Realised: $120


A Greedy Boy money box
green jacket with white collar, cast aluminium by H.C.U. Ltd, Ch-Ch. H.160mm.

Realised: $120


A Greedy Boy money box
blue jacket with red spotted collar, white tie (rare combination), cast aluminium by H.C.U. Ltd, Ch-Ch. H.160mm

Realised: $90


A Greedy Boy money box
cast iron, manufactured in the USA.

Realised: $100


A Greedy Boy money box
red jacket with brown collar and green tie (unusual combination), cast aluminium by H.C.U. Ltd, Ch-Ch. H.160mm

Realised: $100


A Greedy Boy money box
cast aluminium, UK manufacture. H.160mm.

Realised: $140


A Greedy Boy money box
cast aluminium, UK manufacture. H.160mm.

Realised: $130


A Jolly standing money box
manufactured by John Harper Ltd, U.K.

Realised: $130


Rare 1930s Schuco wind-up rabbit and baby
felt covering over metal-framed body and feet, with 'Schuco Patent' stamp and key.

Realised: $80


A vintage Fun-Ho dump truck and breakdown truck
the bulldozer with scoop, remains of paper label to both plus decal to both sides of breakdown truck carriage.

Realised: $150


Three vintage Fun-Ho models
racer, jeep and tractor, labels to reverse of two.

Realised: $140


A boxed set of Britain's cast toys
'The Bahamas Police Band', in box and with certificates.

Estimate: $120


Two vintage games
both in original boxes, 'Flashy Flickers' magic picture gun and Capt. Scarlet.

Realised: $220


A Hornby toy speed boat
in original box.

Realised: $140


An ivory chess set
incomplete and some damage.

Realised: $320


A mid-20thC quality Italian carved and painted wood nativity set
15-piece, including traditional animals and figures.

Realised: $1,050


an early/mid 20thC Italian medical chart
displaying blood systems in colours on black ground. Detailed 'Antonio Vallardi Editore-Milano’ and more. Ebonised wood ends. 680 x 1000mm. Labelled verso, small tear.

Estimate: $350


An early/mid 20thC Italian full body medical chart ‘Sistema Circolatorio'
various printed graphics in colour on black ground, medical numbering key detailed panel. Ebonised end boards. 1400 x 1000mm.

Estimate: $500


A vintage American Frohse mid 20thC medical chart ‘The Endocrine Glands’
printed in colours with a near full body and highlighted glands. By ‘A.J. Nystrom & Co. Publishers, Chicago’ and ‘Plate 9’ Copyright 1939’. Sprung retractable fittings. 1740 x 1080mm.

Estimate: $700


Nine European pharmacy tins
painted to simulate wood grain and with chemists’ labels to the front, various sizes. Tallest 380mm

Realised: $240


A collection of vintage rolling pins
various sizes, one or two handles absent.

Realised: $140


A collection of vintage corkscrews

Realised: $360


A craftsman made 16" mahogany infill joining plane
closed handle, wedged keeper and cupid's bow bridge.

Realised: $260


A cased Sargent moulding plane
in original wooden carrying box with accessories and extra blades.

Realised: $180


A brass cased sighting compass
with green card scale, the sight with coloured glass sun filters. Dia.100mm.

Realised: $140


A large vintage Magic Lantern
with electric fitting and wire, in original metal carrying case. 410 x 150 x 400mm.

Realised: $425


A Victorian 'Laterna Magica'
with slides and in original wooden box with coloured label. 310 x 230 x 120mm.

Estimate: $180


A (Houghton) Butcher's No.6 Watch Pocket Carbine 'Tropical Model' folding camera
original black over copper finish, mid-1920's period.

Realised: $120


A Thornton Pickard camera
Junior Special Ruby Reflex, Quarter Plate, c1924, in original leather case, with extra glass plates.

Realised: $110


A Berthiot Emel C-93 8mm cine camera
c1939, in original leather case with instruction book and accessories.

Realised: $150


An early 20thC movie projector
hand operated, black and steel with reel housing operating by pulley mechanism above the projection lens, with brass fittings. H.840mm.

Realised: $280


A rare Hammond typewriter
in excellent condition and with original wood cover. Produced in America from the 1880s they were the only competition for Remington typewriters.

Realised: $380


A late Victorian skeleton phone
with handset and wires. Unbranded but probably Ericsson. H.300mm.

Realised: $460


A vintage Stromburg-Carlson enamel wall phone
with original wiring. H.540mm.

Realised: $360


A vintage General Electric public telephone
with original handset and wiring. 150 x 210 x 330mm.

Estimate: $150


A vintage rotary phone
white Bakelite, with tray for phone numbers, with original wiring.

Realised: $110


A walnut tabletop stereoscope viewer
with a large single glass lens and a removable binocular lens, with adjustable viewing angles . L.220mm. Along with a collection of stereo cards.

Realised: $190


A 19thC walnut cased Polyphon
along with numerous pierced player discs, the tabletop player with inlaid lid opening to reveal a picture inset under the lid and the mechanism with gilt metal fittings, tempo-regulator and steel player comb. Working order with crank handle. 580 x 520 x 350mm.

Realised: $3,600


A Victorian glass telescopic candle lamp
the ornate gilded metal base supporting an octagonal cobalt blue and gold glass column, contains a brass cylinder holding a large candle, glass chimney in a holder to the top. H.910mm.

Realised: $500


A large heavy vintage spun brass preserving pan
with cast iron swing handle. Dia.410mm.

Realised: $210


An original Brady wicker fishing creel
complete with canvas carry bag attached, leather and canvas harness, Brady logo attached, c.1940s.

Realised: $120


A large 6” English Gamages mahogany game/salmon reel
with on-off check and impressive horn handles c.1890.

Realised: $120


A Hardy ‘Marquis’ No.7 fly reel
3⅜" in original case and with box.

Realised: $110


A vintage brass salmon reel
4” with ebonite handle, made by J. Bernard & Sons.

Estimate: $360


A late 19thC quality 4" brass salmon fishing reel
Malloch style, horn handle and in working order.

Realised: $90


A late 19thC 3¼" brass fly fishing reel by D. Watson & Co. of Inverness
horn handle, stamped with maker's details.

Realised: $70


A c.1930 Hardy's large size fold-up landing net
with original netting. 1100mm (extended).

Realised: $70


A cardboard Hardy Bros. fly box
contains a selection of flies.

Estimate: $100


A wooden Gipsy Moth propeller
serial no. 5981P. L.1630mm.

Realised: $440


An Indonesian kris
with carved Garuda hilt, wavy blade and heavily carved wooden scabbard. Overall 565mm.

Estimate: $150


A Louis Vuitton ‘Monogram’ canvas handbag
the flap with metal clasp fitting, side pouch, stitched shoulder strap, the internal pouch showing some delamination, fixed handle. 280 x 220mm. Provenance: Purchased new in Auckland c.1990s.

Realised: $580


An authentic Prada Nappa light brown handbag
in crumpled leather and double bow and tassels to opening. With original label, envelope and monogrammed dust bag.

Estimate: $500


An impressive crocodile skin fitted travelling case
with original canvas cover. Named to the front. 710 x 430 x 210mm. Provenance: Born in Bombay, Mrs Mehroo Jehangir was the daughter of Sir Dhunjibhoy and Lady Bomanji. Her father was an Indian Shipping Magnate from Calcutta where he built up a significant fortune, but he and his wife divided their time equally between India and the UK (where he owned the 40 bedroom mansion called Pineheath in Harrogate, Yorkshire and a house in Windsor). The family moved in high society and were known for their very generous philanthropic activities for which he was knighted. The crocodile suitcase, evidently owned by Mehroo may have been made in India, but the high quality workmanship could also indicate that the skins may have been taken to the UK for the case and cover to be manufactured there. Widowed in 1944, the death of Mehroo in 2012 heralded the end of the Bomanji dynasty in England and their Harrogate home was tragically deserted.

Realised: $875


A vintage enamel sign
'The Premier Insurance Company Ltd, Madras', minor chipping. 455 x 310mm.

Realised: $240


An album of older Chinese stamps
in Lighthouse album, mint and used displayed in sets.

Realised: $570


Six Dutch pewter plates
scalloped rims, touch marks to base. Dia.250mm.

Realised: $160


A bronze crucifix
from South West InDia.190 x 330mm.

Realised: $120


A portrait miniature on ivory
of a woman in French 18thC dress, signed LeBrun. Oval image in rectangular frame 145 x 125mm.

Estimate: $150


A pair of framed 19th century miniature portraits
one inscribed verso 'Mr Bicknell, who was I believe, the originator of the Volunteer Movement in England'; the other of a woman. Each 125 x 95mm.

Realised: $675


A vintage French poster of pigeons
ex a French school, framed under glass. 810 x 920mm.

Realised: $300


A 17thC map by Robert Morden
Hand coloured copper plate engraving of Norfolk. 410 X 580mm.

Realised: $90


A 19thC map of China
published 1882. 570m x 400mm.

Realised: $200


A pair of naive oils on board
depicting hunting scenes after Henry Alken, signed Ballnek-Webster. 240 x 260mm and 250 x 250mm.

Estimate: $400


A framed woodcut engraving from the Illustrated London News
‘Lover’s Leap’. 350 x 235mm.

Estimate: $150


Four chromolithographic prints of cattle
19thC. 205 x 230mm.

Realised: $420


A late 20thC icon
with gilt ‘Mother of God’ image painted on wood. 260 x 310mm

Realised: $340


A pair of tailor's scissors
with brass handles. L.340mm.

Estimate: $120


A 19thC carved and turned bone pedestal pin cushion combination thimble holder
the thimble holder top with pierced bars, the spherical form body with worn red velvet pin cushions. H.90mm. Minor damage.

Estimate: $80


Three vintage ivory and bone sewing items
includes a carved ivory cotton reel clamp, other reel and basket form pin cushion.

Realised: $150


An Art Deco Mury of France opalescent glass scent bottle in original box
faceted form, the box in good original condition, detailed to the lid 'Le Narcisse Bleu Mury, Paris, France', the bottle with original detailed paper label and blue stained finish to the front and top of stopper. Bottle height 60mm.

Realised: $80


A base metal double sovereign case
in the form of a pig, with suspension ring and dog clip. L.60mm.

Realised: $190


A silver propelling pen and pencil
with seal stone finial.

Realised: $70


A large piece of quartz crystal
encrusted with many clusters. 380 x 200mm.

Realised: $200


A large turtle shell
the thirteen main plates displaying rich butterscotch to dark brown mottling. Small loss . L.590mm.

Realised: $280


A good quality reindeer skin rug
original Scandinavian label on reverse. L.1200mm.

Realised: $260


A Mongolian goat hide
with long lustrous blonde fur. L.1000mm.

Realised: $300


A Himalayan goat hide
dyed blue.

Realised: $90


An old elephant foot ottoman
four nails present, the tooled leather top with studded band fastening.

Estimate: $600


An old elephant foot ottoman
four nails present, the tooled leather top with studded band fastening, a companion stool to the above.

Estimate: $600


A bronze museum copy of an ancient Greek mirror
a naked man standing on the back of a tortoise holds up the mirror. With patination to imitate being buried for centuries. H.385mm.

Realised: $400


Four coins of the era of Alexander the Great
including a Persian silver siglos, Macedonian bronze, silver drachm, etc.

Realised: $120


Two sets of German brass nesting bucket weights
one hinge broken. Dia.55mm.

Realised: $100


A replica of a marble sculpture
the head of a young boy cast in resin, on wood stand. Overall H.230mm.

Realised: $100


A vintage painted plaster head of a child
on wood block stand. Height on stand 340mm.

Realised: $120


A Victorian walking cane
the tapering wood shaft terminating with a silver plate horse leg handle.

Realised: $400


A silver American Army sweetheart bracelet
the links with the American armed forces eagle.

Estimate: $100


A WWII period poster of Churchill
with Spanish text 'El Hombre Del Momento'. 730 x 480mm.

Realised: $170


Two small diameter cannon balls
Dia.65mm and 80mm.

Realised: $120


A Chinese silver (tested) cannonball trophy
engraved: 'HKV (Hong Kong Volunteers), Annual 64 Pdr Competition, 1889, 2nd Prize, Presented by Major Tripp, Won by Sergeant Osborne. Spherical in two sections, gilded interior, on carved rosewood stand. The 64pdr cannon battery was part of the defence scheme for Hong Kong harbour. Provenance: by descent from our vendor's great-grandfather. Dia.120mm.

Realised: $260


A WWI military surgeon's instrument set
by Arnold & Sons, Giltspur Street London; in fitted mahogany case, inset with brass shield engraved 'Operation Instruments ↑ 1916', with approximately 55 various instruments in three levels. Outer tin protector case with maker's brass label. 455 x 175 x 80mm.

Realised: $1,600


A quality modern silver shagreen and horn mounted Scottish dirk
the single edged steel blade with saw back section, the horn handle and shagreen scabbard with 'Sterling Silver' mounts finely decorated with Scottish scrolls, relief goats head pommel. Embossed silver marks and makers initials TD. Overall L.480mm.

Estimate: $1,800


A 19thC military Tower percussion musket
marked to lock: 'Crown over VR/1859 Tower', brass Indian inscribed rondel to stock and armoury marking to trigger strap, two band barrel with proof marks, with sling hangers and original ramrod. L.1200mm. No license required.

Realised: $1,000


A Soloman Island paddle club
flat slightly tapering form culminating in a spear point at one end, carved decoration to one side. L.970mm.

Estimate: $180


An early redware terracotta baluster jar
probably Filipino, two loop handles to the shoulder (one restuck). H.230mm.

Realised: $60