A 20thC bronze figure group of a dog with a hare
after Pierre-Jules Mène. 230 x 80 x 165mm.

Realised: $380


A pair of 19thC French bronze urns
raised on square black marble and variegated red and white marble bases, the urns decorated with the god Pan dancing with three naked women, olive branches as handles. H.365mm.

Realised: $800


A large Victorian copper lidded brandy pan
with ebonised handle; the body and lid engraved 'Cֹ٠Aֹ٠D Stillroom', lid handle stamped '4 Pint', maker's mark under the base 'Temple & Crook, Ironmongers, Motcomb St. S.W'.

Realised: $300


Two 19thC copper and brass barrel shaped tankards
with lap seam beneath the handles. , remnants of nickel plating. H.220mm.

Realised: $100


An 18thC copper oval pot with wrought iron swing handle
rolled rim, lap seamed base and side joints. 340 x 280 x 220mm approx.

Realised: $320


A Georgian walnut tea caddy
rectangular form with chamfered sides, the interior with two compartments and original mixing bowl. 290 x 140 x 150mm.

Realised: $420


A Regency period chinoiserie work box
gilded decoration on black ground of landscape with figures and pavilions, oblong cushion shape, the interior with some ivory implements in compartments. 380 x 280 x 160mm.

Realised: $550


A set of 19thC apothecaries’ scales
by Oertling, London, in original glass and wood cabinet, two drawers to the front, raised on three adjustable brass feet, (crack to rear glass). 530 x 280 x 500mm.

Realised: $220


A c.1900 mahogany coin collector's cabinet
square form, some moulded borders, the single panelled door enclosing 15 narrow shelves, each with 36 round felt lined cut-outs including many old coins of the world. 365 x 365 x 290mm.

Realised: $410


A vintage ivory handled walking stick
the Malacca cane shaft with a monogrammed silver plated collar and right angle ivory handle. L.890mm

Estimate: $180


A late Victorian walking stick
the ebonised shaft with 'fluted' marine ivory tusk handle, silver cap and collar, a presentation inscription to the cap, London 1898. L.915mm

Estimate: $300 - $400


An early 1900s silver topped cane
the ebonised shaft with embossed silver top, Birmingham 1918.

Realised: $410


An African old carved ivory tusk section
the traditional bust of a woman with figured ‘storyboard’ above. H.285mm. Solid at the base (oval 60 x 50mm) hollow to the top, (same dimensions) 835gms.

Estimate: $200 - $350


A quality 20thC scrimshaw tooth
engraved one side with single humpback whale, the other with four broaching images, some natural cracking. L.140mm

Realised: $300


A vintage 'Uncle Sam's Cash Store Register'
tin plate money bank, black painted finish with lithographic highlights.

Realised: $60


A vintage ivory Bakelite phone
rotary chrome dial with base phone number tray, with original wiring. 300 series, designed in 1932 became the GPO standard (332) phone, largely produced in the 1940s and 1950s. Most were black in colour, only a relatively small number of ivory-coloured versions made.

Realised: $150


A heavy leather bag
labelled inside 'G.J.Oliver, Loco Assistant, Woodville'. 410 x 250 x 280mm.

Realised: $380


A vintage enamelled double sided wall sign 'Player's Please' tobacco
detailed "It's the Tobacco that counts", red and black lettering on yellow; steel frame and bracket wall mount. 570 x 420mm

Realised: $600


An antique violin and bow
indistinctly labelled 'Charlotte Paris 1835'. Some faults. In wooden case.

Realised: $300


An old violin in case
with three bows, the wooden case with inlaid decoration.

Estimate: $400


A vintage Maton quality 12-string 'Folk 150' acoustic guitar
rosewood fretboard and headstock, decorative framed band to the sound hole, original interior label, 'Serial No. 148'. L.1100mm.

Realised: $625


A vintage white male mannequin head
fibreglass with aluminium connector mount, c.1970s. H.290mm.

Realised: $280


A rare Australian pressing 'The Beatles Collection'
a fourteen LP Limited Edition boxed set, featuring all the official Beatles albums plus bonus ‘Rarities’ LP, vinyl and covers, in textured gold leaf box showing some distress.

Realised: $360


A large and impressive rock crystal carved parrot on quartz crystal slab base
with feather carved detail and semi-precious stone highlights including amethyst, rubellite and agate carved beak, gilt metal claws, the natural polished fractured large quartz base of variable brown tone. H.345mm.

Realised: $1,800


A carved amazonite parrot perched upon a single large clear rock crystal
with coloured semi-precious stone highlights and gilt metal claws, all upon an ebonised stone base. H.210mm.

Realised: $650


A folding landing net
with brass and timber frame, turned wood handle with brass cap.

Realised: $60


A Ogden Smiths brass and steel extension gaff
turned wood handle, copper belt clip to side, the hook keeper with maker's details, c.1910.

Realised: $150


A large vintage Hardy's alloy salmon gaff
with stainless hook, brass belt clip and original paint finish. Hardy's Coat-of-Arms impressed near butt end, c.1940.

Realised: $90


An unmarked fly reel
3⅞", in the manner of a Hardy’s ‘Perfect’, but with tension adjustment to the back rim, japanned finish, agate line guide, brass foot.

Realised: $90


A rare and desirable 2nd edition - 'The Malay Archipelago:
The Land of the Orang-Utan and Bird of Paradise. A Narrative with Studies of Man and Nature', by Alfred Russel Wallace, pub. Macmillan & Co., 1869 2nd., folding maps, numerous illustrations, 2 vols in contemporary calf boards with ridged and gilt spines with red/green labels, some wear; tight, marbled ffep, scattered foxing. Presentation manuscript inscription to fly-pages to Wm. Halse [(1816-82) emigrated to NZ 1841, Solicitor, J.P.; Resident Agent for the New Zealand Coy. in New Plymouth (1848-52); Commissioner of Crown Lands (1851-63); Deputy Superintendent Taranaki Provincial Government 1858].

Estimate: $800 - $1,200


'The Picturesque Atlas of Australasia' Vols I
II and III by Andrew Garron, 1st edition, 1886, including multiple black and white engravings and colour maps (including North Island and New Zealand).

Realised: $280


A vintage 1949 Air France Europe travel poster by Robert Falcucci
featuring London's Tower Bridge, Parisian monuments, Château de Chenonceau, and a Lockheed Constellation, the first pressurized passenger aircraft, which revolutionized global travel. 950 x 570mm

Estimate: $200 - $300


A large vintage travel poster for Rome / Roma issued by ENIT and Italian Railways
the image includes the Colosseum and Trajan's Column, c.1930s, designer unknown. 910 x 590mm.

Realised: $260


A French railways poster
'Chemins de fer d’Alsace et de Lorraine / Oderen Vallée de Wildenstein'. 990 x 690mm.

Estimate: $220


A framed vintage railway poster 'Old World Villages'
colour lithograph designed by Helen Byrne Bryce and issued by the Underground Electric Railways Co. of London, Ltd., c.1924. 1000 x 600mm.

Estimate: $900


Ida Bagus Made Bandjar (Indonesia)
'Batoean' (Batuan Village, Bali), monochrome ink and wash. Inscribed 'Ida Bagus Md Bandjar' and titled verso. Mounted, unframed. 255 x 410mm

Realised: $70


A framed miniature portrait
signed A Fraustadt and dated 1872, labelled verso 'Polish Nobleman' and with German retailer’s label, 100 x 70mm in ornate gilded wood frame.

Realised: $420


A set of six Asti ‘beauties’ love letter postcards
each with a love letter penned to the reverse; in a common frame carved by the recipient, our vendor’s grandmother Miss N. Fitzjohn of Dannevirke. 363 x 825mm. An attached photocopy shows the penned letters, only discovered recently when a framer was restoring the matt.

Realised: $280


A 19thC French engraving
'La Jaconde', engraved by Jean Massard. 240 x 160mm.

Realised: $160


Two horse studies in oil
by Alto, signed and dated 1906. 150 x 200 and 210 x 120mm.

Estimate: $300


Two Qoin Club etchings
an Auckland House by M.A. Robinson and T. d'V. Gulliver. 95 x 140mm and 120 x 105mm

Estimate: $300


A map of British Guyana
c.1854, drawn by Rapkin, published by John Tallis & Co. 360 x 250mm

Estimate: $90


An 18thC copperplate map of Shropshire
by Robert Morden, from Camden's Britannia 1722 edition, imprint of Abel Swale Awnsham & John Churchill. 355 x 420mm.

Realised: $80


A scarce 17thC copperplate map of Gloucestershire
'Glocestershire Contrived into Thirty Thre Severall Hundreds' from the first edition of John Speed's 'Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain' pub. London, Sudbury & Humble 1611/12. 380 x 510mm.

Realised: $275


An 18thC strip map
'The Road from Cambridge to Coventry', by John Ogilvy c.1675, published in Ogilvy's Britannia'. Hand coloured. 350 x 425mm.

Realised: $160


Six small antique English Counties maps
Worcestershire (3), Essex, Surrey and Cambridgeshire, largest 200 x 295mm.

Realised: $230


A 17thC map of Worcestershire
'Wigorniensis Conitatus Sabrine' by Christopher Saxton, engraved by William Hole 1607 for Camden's 'Britannia'. Hand coloured. 280 x 310mm.

Realised: $180


An early 18thC copperplate map of Shropshire
'Shropshyre Described the Sittuation of Shrowesbury Shewed' from John Speed's 'Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain' pub. London, imprint of Henry Overton c.1710. 380 x 510mm.

Realised: $260


A 17thC copperplate map of Worcestershire
'Worcester shire described ' by Christopher Saxton and John Speed, engraved by Jodocus Hondius, Amsterdam 1610; pub. London, imprint of Thomas Bassett and Richard Chiswell c.1676, text verso. 380 x 510mm.

Realised: $150


A Stanley plane
No.26. L.380mm.

Estimate: $100


An H.S.B & Co Revonoc plane

Realised: $50


A selection of chisels and gouges
in leather holder.

Realised: $240


Three large Marples chisels
wood handles with labels. L.400mm.

Realised: $190


Four various chisels
includes paring chisels, a swan neck mortise chisel and a gouging chisel.

Estimate: $180


Four large brown ceramic table casters
with brass socket fittings.

Realised: $110


A large heavy pair of emasculator pincers
wooden handles.

Realised: $60


A Stanley floor plane
No. 74, c.1886 - 1923.

Realised: $250


A Stanley skew cutter combination plane
No.46, rosewood handles.

Realised: $160


A steel blade scraper
No. 20.

Realised: $30


Three vintage oil cans
includes a Braimes, etc.

Realised: $60


A Stanley veneer scraper plane

Realised: $210


A Matheson plough plane
screw stemmed, No.9b.

Realised: $120


A Spiers rosewood and steel smoother plane
coffin shaped.

Realised: $160


A Stanley weather-strip plough plane

Realised: $90


A vintage Rabone tape measure
and brass plumb bob.

Realised: $60


A Spiers rosewood and steel smoothing plane
coffin shape.

Realised: $180


A rosewood and steel smoothing plane
craftsman made.

Realised: $190


A rare Sargent & Co. tongue and groove plane

Realised: $200


A 12" Starrett & Co. cast iron level

Realised: $70


An 18" Stanley cast iron level

Realised: $75


An Edward Preston bullnose plane. L.120mm.

Realised: $100


A Stanley ivory rule
four-fold, two foot with German silver ends.

Realised: $240


A 12 gauge loader and creaser.

Estimate: $100


A Matheson rosewood and steel panel plane

Realised: $420


Two colonial salt glazed gully traps
both unmarked, old chips. 450 x 360mm.

Estimate: $200


Two colonial salt glazed gully traps
both unmarked, old chips. 500 x 330mm and 400 x 330mm.

Estimate: $200


Two colonial pipe bends
one salt glazed and marked Crum Brickworks, the other plain brown glaze and unmarked, old chips. H.290mm.

Estimate: $150


Two colonial salt glazed pottery house piles
both marked Carder Bros. & Co. Auckland, old chips. H.585 and 600mm.

Estimate: $150


Two colonial salt glazed pottery drainpipes
marks NZ Brick Works New Lynn and the other mark indistinct but possibly Carder Bros, old chips. H.670 and 690mm.

Estimate: $150


Two pairs of colonial glazed pottery drainpipes
one marked R.O. Clark Hobsonville, one Carder Bros, one Archibald Bros. Avondale and one unmarked. old chips. H.700 and 690mm.

Realised: $180


Two colonial salt glaze gully traps
one marked Avondale Brick and Pottery Co. Ltd., the other not marked, old chips. 410 x 390mm and 360 x 410mm.

Realised: $120


Two colonial salt glaze gully traps
marked R.O. Clark Ltd and R.O. Clark Hobsonville, old chips. 510 x 340mm and 440 x 360mm.

Estimate: $150


Two colonial salt glaze gully traps
no maker's marks, old chips. 650 x 450mm and 400 x 340mm.

Realised: $140


Five colonial pottery drainpipes
two marked ROC Ltd and Carder Bros. Ponsonby, various sizes.

Estimate: $100


A colonial salt glazed toilet bowl
stamped 13M, old chips. 560 x 400 x 240mm.

Estimate: $150


A vintage stone glazed white enamel laundry sink
rectangular shape with overflow drainage grate to side. Maker's stamp to base. 690 x 220 x 390mm.

Realised: $450


Seven garden edging tiles
various patterns and glazes, one marked Carder Bros.

Realised: $150


Eleven NZ bricks
various makers marks and symbols, includes W. Hunt Auckland, G. Boyd Auckland, etc, old chips.

Realised: $80


Twenty N.Z bricks
various makers marks and symbols, includes Avondale Brick and Pottery Co., Carder Bros., etc, old chips.

Realised: $150


Twenty N.Z bricks
various makers marks and symbols, includes G. Boyd Auckland, Carder Bros., North Te Awamutu, etc, old chips.

Realised: $130


Twenty N.Z bricks
various makers marks and symbols, includes North Te Awamutu, NZ Brick New Lynn, etc, old chips.

Realised: $140


Twenty N.Z bricks
various makers marks and symbols, includes North Te Awamutu, W. Hunt Auckland, etc, old chips.

Realised: $130


Ten N.Z bricks
various makers marks and symbols, includes W. Hunt Auckland, North Te Awamutu, etc, old chips.

Realised: $80


A Turkish light sabre
c.1826, with brass basket guard and backstrap cast with Turkish crest, marked 'Mole', wire bound rayskin grip; single fullered blade with double edged leaf tip. L.900mm.

Estimate: $350


An interesting late 18thC Indian Maratha sword hilt of Khanda pattern fitted to a 19thC light cavalry sabre blade
tri-fullered, etched 'Patent, P.D.Luneschloss, Solingen'. The all-steel hilt with ridged knuckle and hooked tang. L.970mm.

Realised: $240


A 19thC Indian tulwar
curved, fullered, single edged with last section forming a double edge spear point kilij style blade. The one piece steel hilt decorated foliate patterns, saucer shaped disc pommel. L.820mm.

Estimate: $250


An 18thC Indian talwar
with bright polished single edged blade with single fuller, dot punched fleur-de-lis mark to right side; cruciform hilt with gold inlaid checkerboard pattern also to the large saucer disc pommel. Leather covered wooden scabbard. L.920mm

Realised: $310


A Malay parang knife in scabbard
with curved damascene blade fitted to a horn hilt and with horn mouthed rosewood scabbard. Overall 540mm

Realised: $100


A Burmese dha sword
with curved swollen single edged blade, woven rattan bound grip interspersed with silver wire and with silver ferrule and pommel. The teak scabbard with silver chape and mouth, 22 silver bands and wound with red cloth bound rope shoulder sling. L.980mm.

Estimate: $800 - $900


A display collection of fifteen Eastern and South East Asian bladed weapons
including a small Japanese wakizashi; an early Persian relic yataghan; together with knives, daggers and swords from the East Indies, Bali, Borneo and Malaysia. Attached to an ornamental star shaped brass rack. W.700mm, H.700mm.

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,500