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BELOW IS A SELECTION OF LOTS

APPEARING IN THIS WEEK'S AUCTION

 

SATURDAY 20TH JANUARY

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Vintage stained leaded glass panel marked Crown and Anchor size 25ins x 12ins

Estimate £30 - £40

Ref 1301/963

Vintage stained glass leaded panel depicting a Coronet Crown size 25ins x 12ins

Estimate £2 - £30

Ref 1301/961

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VIEWING FOR OUR SATURDAY AUCTION IS

FRIDAY 1PM TO 6PM AND

SATURDAY 9AM TO 11AM

WWI period H.M Silver pedestal fruit stand with filigree relief and inscribed Roland Woods M.B.E c.1923 H7ins D12ins

Estimate £450 - £500

Ref 1301/967

Vintage 20th c brass cased pressure gauge with makers mark  Schaffer and Budenberg Ltd D5ins

Estimate £15 - £20

Ref 1301/977

Vintage 20th c brass cased pressure gauge with makers mark for Dewrance London D6ins

Estimate £15 - £20

Ref 1301/978

Vintage 20th c brass cased pressure gauge marked Methyl Chloride J and E Hall Ltd Dartford D5ins

Estimate £15 - £20

Ref 1301/979

Vintage 20th c brass cased combined pressure and vacuum gauge with makers mark for Drysdale Glasgow D6ins

Estimate £15 - £20

Ref 1301/980

Vintage 20th c brass cased Armstrong nozzle testing pump D4.5ubs

Estimate £15 - £20

Ref 1301/981

Vintage 20th c brass cased pressure gauge with cover, makers mark for Sydney Smith and Sons Nottingham England D4ins

Estimate £15 - £20

Ref 1301/982

Vintage circular level in leather pouch plus engineering sextant marked Cambridge University size 4ins x 2.5ins

Estimate £15 - £20

Ref 1301/966

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