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1042 Books: '' Flodden : A Scottish Tragedy '' by Peter Reese, published by Birlinn Ltd, Edinburgh, 2003, '' Scottish Coins: A history of small change in Scotland '' by Nicholas Holmes, published by NMS Publishing ltd, 1998, '' Midlothian , Through Time '' by Liz Hanson, published by Amberley Publishing , Stroud, 2015 and '' A History of the Scottish People from the earliest times '' by Rev Thomas Thomson, published by Blackie & Son , London . (4)
£30-50
Lot: 1042
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1042A Books: A collection of approx 36 books to include : 'The Life and Death of King John' 1917, 'Great Northern?' 1947 , 'Out with Romany by the Sea' 1941, 'Fun for the Secret Seven' 1963, 'Coleridge, selected Poetry and Prose' 1950, 'Musetta' 1960, 'The Luck of Roaring Camp : Californian Tales and Poems' 1929, 'Worzel Gummidge Again' 1946, 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit' , 'Tick, Tack and Tock' , 'A Man from the North' , 'Five Go Off to Camp' 1953, 'How to Build a New World' and others . (36 approx)
£30-50
Lot: 1042
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1043 *Withdrawn from Auction* Books: A collection of books on American Art and Furniture, to include; '' Book of American Furniture '' 1973 by Doreen Beck , published by Hamlyn , London, '' American Folk Painters of Three Centuries '' 1980 edited by Jean Lipman and Tom Armstrong, published by Hudson Hill Press , Inc , New York, '' An American Beastiary '' 1979 by Mary Sayre Haverstock, published by Harry N Abrams, New York, '' American Painted Furniture 1660 - 2880 '' 1979 by Dean A Fales Jr, published by EP Dutton , New York, '' Shaker Furniture '' 1964 by Edward Deming Andrews and Faith Andrews, published by Dover Publications, New York. Together with '' Muebles De Estilo Frances '' 1974 by Jose Claret Rubira, published by Editorial Gustavo Gili, Barcelona. (6)
£10-20
Lot: 1043
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1043A Books: A collection of approx 23 books to include '' Love & Laughter '' by Donald Hughes, signed, 1939, '' The Boy with the Loaves and Fishes '' by Enid Blyton, 1948, '' Notable Voyages from Columbus to Parry '' by William H G Kingston, 1880, '' Listening for Nightingales '' by W Tartleton Klein, 2002, '' In a Free State '' by V S Naipaul, 1971, '' Tarantula '' by Bob Dylan, 1971, '' Memories of Old Friends being extracts from the journals and letters of Caroline Fox '' by Horace Pym, 1882, '' The Clever Little Tailor '' by Frederick Saywell, 'Aesop's Fables '' illustrated by Heidi Holder, 1981, '' The Rash Act'' by Ford Madox Ford, 1933, '' The Hawk of Aurania '' by Erroll Collins, 1944, ' Challenge to Clarissa ' by E M Delafield, 1931, 'Little Star' 1881, 'Close of Play ' by Leslie Ames, signed, 1953, 'Son of Woman' by John Middleton Murry, 1931, 'Lawrence of Arabia ' by R H Kiernan, 1937, ' The Rich House ' by Stella Gibbons, 1941, 'The Saint in Miami' by Leslie Chateris, 1961, and 'An Explanation of the Collects, by way of Questions and Answers; with Practical Address ' 1832. (23 approx)
£15-25
Lot: 1043
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1044 Books: A collection of 35 books on antiques and collectables , to include ''Derby Porcelain'' by John Twitchett, '' Water-colour Painting in Britain: 1 The Eighteenth Century '' by Martin Hardie, '' Flight And Barr Worcester Porcelain 1783-1840 '' by Henry Sandon , '' Glass and Glassware '' by George Savage , '' Wedgwood '' by Wolf Mankowitz, '' English Silver '' by Judith Banister , '' Collecting Antique Metalware '' by Evan Perry, '' The Book of Costume '' by Millia Davenport, '' Rockingham Ornamental Porcelain '' by DG Rice and others.
£20-30
Lot: 1044
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1045 Books: 'Our Own Country' Volumes 1-6 , illustrated, published by Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co, London, c1882, bound in navy blue with gilt coloured lettering, together with 13 volumes of ' Nouvelle Geographie Universelle La Terre Et Les Hommes ' by Elisee Reclus, published by Hachette et Cie, 1885, to include volumes V , VI, VIII, IX, XI, XII, XIX, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, having bound red leather spines with red marbled covers and gilt coloured lettering. (19)
£20-30
Lot: 1045
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1046 Books: A collection of approx 27 books to include : 'People's Edition of the Entire Work's of W.E Channing' m1843, Volume 1, 'Taming The Tiger' 1928, 'Maunders Treasury of Knowledge', 'Maunders Treasury of History', 'Maunders Treasury of Scientific and Literary Treasure, ' Maunders Biographical Treasury' , 'Maunders Treasury of Natural History', 'Palgrave's Golden Treasury' , 'Verses' 1898, 'Pearls from the Poets' , 'Come Ye Apart' 1916, 'Essays' 1903 and others. (27 approx)
£30-50
Lot: 1046
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1048 Ephemera: 'Wife and No Wife: The Prince of Wales and Mrs Fitzherbert' Five Portrait Caricatures by James Gillray , limited and numbered edition 102 of 2500 copies, published by The Sunday Times Magazine, 1969 in original envelope with embossed Prince of Wales Feathers crest above title .
£30-50
Lot: 1048
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1049 Eric J Hosking FAPP , MBOU ( later OBE) (1909-1991) ,
4 Exhibition sized black and white photographs ,
'Barn Owl with Mouse',
'Harrier',
'Heron',
and 'Wader',
Hoskings was a pioneering Ornithological photographer who was the first person to make a living from Bird photography.
Dame Miriam Rothschild wrote :
'Eric Hosking brought birds into all our lives. He opened our eyes to the beauty of their world, their grace and fascination. He probably achieved more for avian conservation than any other naturalist of our day.'
£500-750
Lot: 1049
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1050 Eric J Hosking FAPP , MBOU ( later OBE) (1909-1991) ,
5 Exhibition sized black and white photographs ,
' Imperial Eagle (Aquila Heliaca Adalberti) Spain ' x 3,
'Collared Dove ' ,
and ' Snowy Owl ' ,
The largest 30'' x 40''.
Hoskings was a pioneering Ornithological photographer who was the first person to make a living from Bird photography.
Dame Miriam Rothschild wrote :
'Eric Hosking brought birds into all our lives. He opened our eyes to the beauty of their world, their grace and fascination. He probably achieved more for avian conservation than any other naturalist of our day.'
£550-650
Lot: 1050
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1051 Salvage / Architectural : a collection of Edwardian Brass covered carpet stair rods with fixing ends. Each measuring approximately 30" long.
£25-35
Lot: 1051
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1052 Salvage : Architectural and Garden : A 19thC brass Fire Fender with urns to ends , measuring 13 1/4" high and 51" wide
£15-25
Lot: 1052
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1053 Salvage / Architectural : A pair of cast iron a spherical shaped brass topped Andirons with adjustable height sections to front, measuring 23" high x 19" deep.

£100-150
Lot: 1053
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1054 Architectural / Garden Salvage : a carved stone figure of a lizard mounted atop a human face , measuring 13 " high x 16" long.
£100-200
Lot: 1054
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1055 Garden and Architectural Salvage : a 19 thC reconstituted stone bow front trough , measuring 19" wide x 14 3/4 deep x 6" high
£25-35
Lot: 1055
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1056 Salvage : a quantity of pierced brass quatrefoil shape , Moroccan style / Gothic , known as 'Cross Club', each section 18 1/2" wide , the longest approximately 55" long.
£20-30
Lot: 1056
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1057 Architectural / Garden Salvage : A late 19thC Kentish Apple-pickers' ladders , a painted wood dual "A" frame pattern set of step with wrought iron pin-hinge to top , measuring approximately 90" high
£100-150
Lot: 1057
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1059 Garden and Architectural Salvage : Vintage Industrial , a set of 2 shop front dome shaded black painted enamel Lights , each approximately 9" wide and extending 24" long , with supports .
£30-50
Lot: 1059
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1060 Salvage / Architectural : a pair of architectural stands of stoneware like of tree trunk form by Gibbs and Canning , Tamworth ( stamped) in the Naturalistic style , 20 1/2" high x 18" at their widest diameter.
£250-300
Lot: 1060
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1061 Architectural Salvage : Three large turned wood pillars (possibly for four-poster bed) together with a further similar turned wood pillar. Length 90in (approx.) (4)
£80-100
Lot: 1061
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1062 Architectural Salvage : A pair of colour glazed and etched glass decorated window-sashes; one with damaged inset panel. (2)
£40-60
Lot: 1062
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1063 Salvage / Architectural : Roll Top Bath ; A Victorian style mid mount cast iron and enamel white Roll top bath with four cast ornate feet , ( no tap end ) , 26" high x 68 3/4" long .
£80-120
Lot: 1063
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1064 Architectural / Garden Salvage : a cast iron shaped Fire back with lion rampant under two angels flanked by pillars , fire basket and andirons / firedogs , the fire back measuring 25" high x 19 1/3" wide.
£50-80
Lot: 1064
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1065 Architectural / Garden Salvage : A small white-glazed stoneware butler's sink c1910 measuring 18" long , 14" wide and 6" deep.

£20-30
Lot: 1065
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1066 Architectural / Garden Salvage : 3 x 18thC pine doors , all painted grey to one side , the largest 30 7/8" wide x 70 34" high.
£40-80
Lot: 1066
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1067 Architectural / Garden Salvage : A cast iron fire back with image of a knight over an armorial shield flanked by decorative foliage and measuring 21" high x 27 3/5" wide.
£60-100
Lot: 1067
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1068 Architectural / Garden Salvage : A quantity of small terracotta plant pots contained in four apple-storage trays.
£40-60
Lot: 1068
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1069 Salvage / Architectural : Garden Roller ; An antique cast iron push / pull garden lawn roller , measuring , 21 3/4" wide x 48" high.
£50-80
Lot: 1069
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