Saturday 12 October 2019
Commencing at 10:00amBedford Auction Centre
Friday from 8.30am - 8.00pm
and morning of sale from 8.30am
How to View & Bid
A specialist sale of 200 lots of unopened, boxed branded perfume and aftershave including Chanel, Jimmy Choo, Christian Dior, Jo Malone, Gucci, YSL, Paul Smit, Jean Paul Gaultier, Paco Rabanne, Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Tom Ford, Issey Miyake and many others.
Also a consignment of mixed lots of toiletries, cosmetics including deodorants, shampoo, nail polishes, gels, makeup, lipsticks, etc.
These items will be sold as part of Sale 3 in our Weekly Sale
Weekly sale catalogues will be published
online every Thursday at 6:30pm
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Bedford Auction Centre
A collection of thirty-seven silver mounted clear and coloured glass vesta jars, various dates and makers.
Sold for £2,500
Talwin Morris: Glasgow School, 'Art Nouveau' Bookcase designed by Morris featuring a moulded top above three open shelves and four embossed copper plaques together with the complete complementary set of 21 bindings incorporating the gilt 'Peacock Feather' design on the maroon leather spines reflecting that of the plaques.
Sold for £800
Johann Huggler, Brienz (Swiss 1834-1912), a late 19th century clock, the French Japy Freres movement striking on a bell, within a Black Forest carved figural case modelled as a hunter holding a rifle, a buck over his shoulder with a hare, beaver and three partridge emerging from the stump and roots below, signed, h. 94 cm.
Sold for £7,600
A large group of pre-1920 Edward VII and George V silver coinage including shillings, florins, sixpence and threepence, overall
Sold for £1,400
Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson of Kilburn, an oak nest of three occasional tables each with a relief carved mouse, max w. 61cm
Sold for £800
A 19th Century continental faience jug of shell form with grotesque handle and fish interior, h. 10.5 (af)
Sold for £3,200
A William and Mary Walnut and crossbanded cabinet , the two doors enclosing an arrangement of small fitted drawers, over three open graduated drawers, on bracket feet w.110cm
Sold for £1,000
A large portfolio containing the original plans, improvements and drawings for the construction and design of the House and Gardens of Latimer house situated in Latimer, Buckinghamshire designed by Edward Blore , Samuel Ware and the brothers Jearrad , dating from the 1820s. The portfolio contains detailed plans of various floors including references to: The Servants Rooms and hall, Cook's room, Larder, Scullery, Butler's Room and Pantry etc. also included in this lot are two later period coloured plans/maps of the Latimer estate, likely from the early 20th century providing an insight into the architectural ideas and practice of the Regency period and the social structure of this era.
Sold for £3,100
A late 18th century Cuff-type brass microscope by P. Dollond, Strand, London, together with several glass slides, within the mahogany case, h. 44 cm.
Sold for £2,300
A matched Chinese metalware four piece tea service, each pieced relief decorated with dragons within a hammered field, character marks to bases, together with a pair of similar sugar nips, overall 50 ozs (5).
Sold for £2,800
A Chinese stoneware blue and white shallow dish of circular form centrally decorated with a dragon, six character mark to base, d. 34.5 cm
Sold for £2,200
A Stuart Turner model of a direct-coupled steamed engine and electric generator, stamped 180
Sold for £340
William Tolliday, a model of a three-master sailing ship over a mineral sea, on a matching plinth, signed 14 x 11cm
William Tolliday joined Garrard & Co. in the late 1960's and worked from a workshop above the shop
Sold for £1,400
A 19th century Gillows & Co. walnut, strung and crossbanded ladies writing table. the tooled leather surface of kidney shape forms over a single shaped frieze drawer, on cabriole legs mounted with brass ram's heads, on bras capped feet, stamped to the drawer 'Gillows & Co.' l.131cm
Sold for £750
"Survey and Valuation of the Estate of the Earl of Essex in the Parishes of Stebbing, Saling, Raine & Bocking in the County of Essex." C.1795. Qto. reversed calf binding, gilt maroon title label, aeg, marbled eps. Manuscript valuation presented in accomplished calligraphy featuring very detailed measurement in columns of the land (Acres, Roods and Perches) and its use together with buildings and total rental value , (particularly relating to farms in parishes together with hand coloured plans, summaries, 'remarks' and recommendations
Sold for £1,400
Makita 18v toolkit with drill, impact drive, reciprocating saw, circular saw, angle grinder, torchm 2 batteries and charger
Sold for £220