Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Toys, Dolls, Antiques & Interiors - Friday 22nd July

Toys, Dolls,
Antiques & Interiors
Early Steiff bear, gold plush with button, 30cm, est £300-£400

Friday 22nd July
at 10.00am
The Bingham Hall, 
King Street, Cirencester, 
Glos., GL7 1JT

On View
Thursday 21st July : 10.00 am - 7.00 pm 
Friday 22nd July : 8.30 am - 10.00 am

ENTRIES NOW ACCEPTED
01242 256363 / 01285 642420

Catalogue online Weds. 20th July (evening) 
www.cotswoldauction.co.uk

 George II silver card tray, est. £200-£300

Gold plush bear “Albert” c. 1920's by W J Terry, 50cm,
est. £250-£350

Large collection of Pelham Puppets, with original boxes,
various estimates

Four eighteenth century delft plates, est. £100-£200

“Days Gone By” and “Trackside” model vehicles, various estimates 

Robin der Bar, “Herbert”, reproduction bear by Marie Robischon, 43cms,
est. £80-120

Moorcroft "Pomegranates" patterned vase, est. £150-£250

Part of collection of London Transport, Corgi and other model vehicles,
various estimates


Dolls:- Sasha, German, Teddy Bears:- Steiff, Robischon, Terry, Model Vehicles:- Dinky Supertoys, Lledo, Corgi, etc., Model Railway:- Hornby, Tinplate:- Meccano, Louis Marx, Pelham Puppets, Dolls House, Games, Jigsaws, Furniture:- 1960’s Meredew teak bedroom suite, Ercol, Cotswold School style dining table, Edward VIII cast iron pub table, Victorian piano stool, extending dining table, Edwardian Sutherland table, sets mahogany dining chairs, Quicksey kitchen cabinet, Howard & Sons side table, antique wing armchair, Edwardian oak kneehole desk, Clocks:- Edwardian barometer, Ceramics:- Susie Cooper, Wedgwood, Royal Copenhagen, Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Doulton Slaters, Goebel, fairings, Meissen, Beswick, Collectables:- old cash register, first day covers, brass candlesticks, writing boxes, hunting horn, pair Regency bronze candlesticks, chocolatier 1830, Silver:- George II silver card tray, travelling inkwell, Chinese miniature teapot, smallwork, silver frames, Jewellery:- 9ct gold cufflinks, watches, Pictures:- John Speed ‘Buckingham’ map, H Frank, C Aldin, Books

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