Aldous Huxley, Brave New World, 1st edn.
Sold for £1,150

A Pigeon judging postcard with other cards
Sold for £180

A 1st World War Distinguished Service Medal group
Sold for £1,250

C. Wheatstone rosewood cased accordion.
Sold for £800

Naval officer£s dirk.
Sold for £1,400

A Tyers single line brass tablet, Camborne £ Delabole.
Sold for £480

Gill Watkiss, £Winter at Instow£.
Sold for £2,300

Gill Watkiss, £Celebration, St Just£.
Sold for £2,000

19th century mahogany French bijouterie table.
Sold for £1,500

Reuben Chappell, Pr £Naiad of Llanelly£.
Sold for £1,150

Cold painted bronze woodcock.
Sold for £840

PR late Regency mahogany library chairs.
Sold for £4,900

Jensen caddy spoon.
Sold for £310

Edwardian rose bowl.
Sold for £360

19th Century £Plymouth£ tankards.
Sold for £840

French miniature ivory mantel clock.
Sold for £460

Edwardian style pearl and diamond bracelet.
Sold for £600

Russian enamel pot.
Sold for £13,500

George Whitaker £The Breakwater, at Plymouth£ .
Sold for £370

Cartier, a meerschaum cigarette holder .
Sold for £1000

Pair of Royal Worcester jugs.
Sold for £800

Victorian birch Umbrella stand.
Sold for £570

An S Hancock & Sons Morrisware gourd shaped vase.
Sold for £310

An English Majolica frog inkwell and cover.
Sold for £160

A large Victorian mahogany extending dining table.
Sold for £2,100

A George III mahogany serpentine commode.
Sold for £1,900

A Georgian mahogany bachelors chest.
Sold for £600

95 An 18th century South German parquetry and marquetry commode.
Sold for £5,200

A Regency rosewood and satinwood card table by William Wilkinson.
Sold for £4,600

A 19th century Indian hardwood brass bound chest.
Sold for £460

Stuart Armfield, 'FISHING BOATS TIED UP AT LOOE'.
Sold for £310

William Williams of Plymouth, 'NEAR TOPSHAM', and a companion, 'ON THE EXE, TOPSHAM', titled verso, a pair..
Sold for £1,000

A double hinged bangle c1860's.
Sold for £3,700

Rolex Oyster Datejust.
Sold for £3,700

A 19th century Continental glass casket.
Sold for £1,100

An Edwardian tortoiseshell and silver photograph frame.
Sold for £950

An Austrian cold painted bronze.
Sold for £600

A 19th century half-block model, £La Revolutionare£.
Sold for £1,500

G W Miller, 'STUDY OF TWO MANCHESTER TERRIERS'.
Sold for £500

A necklace of three strings of cultured pearls.
Sold for £1,300

Cary£s New & Improved Celestial Globe, 1799.
Sold for £12,500

A Cary£s New Celestial Globe, 1816.
Sold for £7,800

R O Lenkiewicz
'STUDY OF ANNA WITH GARDEN LANTERN'
Sold for £3,200

R O Lenkiewicz
'PAINTING WITH WOMEN, OBSERVATION ON THE THEME OF THE DOUBLE, STUDY OF ANN GRAY - POET, ST ANTHONY', THEME PROJECT 18'
Sold for £4,700

S J Lamorna Birch
'ETTRICK WATERS'
Sold for £800

Arthur Molton Foweraker
'MOONLIGHT AT STRETE, SOUTH DEVON'
Sold for £950


A rare 17th century Japanese Kakiemon style vase.
Sold for £5,400


A Victorian conversation seat
Sold for £1,100

A Victorian mahogany extending dining table
Sold for £750

A Troika Pottery anvil vase

Sold for £520


A late 18th century Turkish Miquelet lock rifle
Sold for £3600


Richard Avedon, The Beatles Poster Set
Sold for £640


A Georgian silver wine funnel
Sold for £290


J Newton, New Terrestrial Globe, together with John Newton £ A New Celestial Globe, 1787. (2)
Sold for £10,200


Silver tea caddy
Sold for £240

A Russian niello decorated silver cigar case
Sold for £500


A good quality 19th century mahogany pedestal sideboard.

£1,050


A Victorian walnut side cabinet.
Sold for £1,600

William Avenell, Portsea. A George IV mahogany long case clock.
Sold for £3,000

A Regina model 50 oak 15" disk musical box.
Sold for £2,900

275. A George II silver coffee pot.

Sold for £800

Horatio H Coul***ry? "STUDY OF A KITTEN DRINKING FROM A BOWL OF MILK".
Sold for £1,350

J Cooper & Sons, London, a glazed bow fronted display case containing two taxidermied rudd.
Sold for £2500

J Cooper & Sons, London, a glazed case containing a pike and a rudd.

Sold for £1800


Charles E Brittan (SNR), "Bick, Portrait of a Terrier".
Sold for £380


Thomas Lyde Hornbrook, "English Warships in Heavy Seas.
Sold for £750

Alfred Parkman. "Blackfriars Bridge", watercolour.
Sold for £600


An 18th century Maltese walnut and olive wood chest.
Sold for £4,100


A set of eight Regency mahogany dining chairs.
Sold for £1,400

A set of six country oak dining chairs.
Sold for £660


A George III mahogany long case clock by Matthew Dawson.
Sold for £3,900


Tortoiseshell tea caddy.
Sold for £640


A pair of Clarice Cliff candlesticks.
Sold for £850


A Doulton Lambeth jardiniere.
Sold for £640


Alfred Wheeler, "Study of Three Hounds thought to be from the Quorn".
Sold for £2,400

Wade Guiness advertising figures.
Sold for £250

An enamelled silver vesta by S Morden & Co.
Sold for £1,050

Four George III candlesticks by John Green & Co, Sheffield, 1796.
Sold for £3,300

James J Corbett and Robert Fitzsimmons as They Battle for Championship of the World.
Sold for £350

A diamond crescent brooch claw.
Sold for £680

A Georgian naval sabre.
Sold for £410

Brass lattice framed sextant by Bryant Briggs.
Sold for £500

Pr silver photo frames
Sold for £160


Edwardian bow brooch
Sold for £520

Italian gold and micro-mosaic locket
Sold for £620

Bing locomotive and tender
Sold for £2,500

Strawberry brooch
Sold for £500

Italian micro-mosaic brooch
Sold for £400

Chinese table screen
Sold for £3,800

Shelley Art Deco teaware
Sold for £840

Pr. George III silver tea caddies
Sold for £1,900

Dink cars c1940
Sold for £115

Edwardian silver card case
Sold for £220

Samuel Carter, "Scottish Collie & Terrier"
Sold for £4,000

Ruskin Pottery miniatures
Sold for £2,200

18th Century oak dresser base
Sold for £1,800

Newlyn copper mirror
Sold for £530

Edwardian pearl and diamond earrings
Sold for £8,600