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Antique & Collectors Auction Sunday 29th October

Antique & Collectors Auction
Sunday 29th October

Viewing Friday 27th October 9am-6pm
& from 7am on morning of auction.

Nearly 800 lots from several deceased estates and many private vendors.
Items include: Antiques; Antique Furniture including Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, 1871 walnut Davenport, period gate leg tables, early Victorian four fold screen; Ormolu Pier Cabinet, small chests in chests; Collectables;  Gold, Silver and  Jewellery; Pottery & Porcelain including Lladro, Moorcroft including Florian ware, Beswick including rare Beswick Turkey and Royal Doulton; Militaria including a late 18th c British light cavalry officer’s sabre in scabbard with J J Runkel, Solingen blade and many rifles; Medals including a 1901/02 Kings South Africa medal, a Turkish silver Crimea medal 1855, Issued by the Sultan of Turkey and a unusual Victorian Long Service medal awarded to W H McColley, Leading Stoker, HMS Supply 212; Militaria including collections of hats; Glassware including a collection of Whitefriars Glass;  an early sampler; Musical instruments including a French Petit Jean L’aine guitar, a pianola with 150 rolls, and a saxophone; Early tools including a Holtzapffel & Deyerlein Hachoir;  Taxidermy including fox and bird diorama; Prints including Dali; an excellent collection of Clocks including 18th c Regency chain driven rosewood bracket clock, bronze clocks, grandfather clocks and wall clocks; Stamps and Postcards; Coins and coin cabinets; Dolls houses and doll prams etc.
NOT TO BE MISSED

 Unique Auctions, The Unique Auctions Building
Vincent Court, Turnstone Road, Teal Park, Lincoln, LN6 3AD
Items Always Accepted For All Future Sales. Complete House Clearances Handled Daily.

click to view catalogue on the-saleroom.com

If you would like further information, please email us at office@unique-auctions.com
or telephone our office on 01522 690444.

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