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1 Second World War Air Crew Europe medal group (Belgian Squadron) to Lucien Francis Hector Siroux, number 50063, comprising Knight of The Order of Leopold, Officer of The Order of The Crown, Crois de Guerre with palm leaf, Escapee's Cross 1940-45, Belgian War Medal, 1939-45 Star, Air Crew Europe Star, with ribbon bars and dress miniatures, with Belgian Airforce badge and Force Aerienne Belge Meeting International 1949 medallion, and with Captain Siroux's Carnet de Vol de Pilote with entries from June 1942-1956, and his Carnet de Notes D'Aviateur with photograph

Sold for £420
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2 First World War medal group of three to 2636 Pte. W. J. White. A.Cyc.Corps comprising 1914-15 Star, Victory medal and Great War medal, with original box and delivery package and accompanied by ephemera relating to Pte. White and a piece of shrapnel which could pertain to injuries sustained during service, details of which are mentioned in the aforementioned ephemera; also a Second World War Burma Star, Victory Medal and a Services Rendered badge, buttons etc

Sold for £120
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3 World War II British Empire medal group to Candido Castanos, possibly a Gibraltarian comprising British Empire Medal, 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star with North Africa 1942-43 bar, Italy star and War Medal

Sold for £190
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4 World War II French Resistance flag, 135cm x 63cm

Sold for £100
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5 Royal Navy officer's cocked hat, adorned with a single gilt twist loop with bullion tassels, un-named example, contained within original tole-peinte shaped case, 42cm

Sold for £140
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6 Brass officer's cap snuff box containing a small number of military badges including ASC, the box 8cm diameter

Sold for £75
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7 Late Victorian or Edwardian pay rate calculator, barrel form with printed paper indicating hours and pay rate, housed within a pine case with lift window and adjustment wheel to one side, 70cm

Sold for £35
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8 Scottish walnut and cast steel panel plane, 33cm

Sold for £60
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9 Mathieson & Son, Glasgow dovetail rosewood and steel coffin smoother with parallel iron by Sorby, 23cm

Sold for £100
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10 Lacquered brass binocular microscope by Solomons, Piccadilly, London, with bullseye condenser and a number of accessories including numerous eyepieces, slides etc, contained within original mahogany carrying case, labelled to the top, the case 49cm

Sold for £480
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11 Thomlinson's Equivalent Paper Slide Rule and five further boxwood rules (6)

Sold for £22
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12 Froude's boxwood slide rule, with brass cursor; also two draughtsman's parallel rules and two further rules (5)

Sold for £40
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13 Brass mounted boxwood slide rule; also a Captain Field's Improved Parallel Rule by Aston & Mander, London, and four further rules (6)

Sold for £50
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14 J Swift & son, London, polarizing microscope, 40cm; also an unusual brass microscope by Jules Dubosco, Paris, with independently adjustable column lenses, raised on a cast iron square base, height 53cm (2)

Sold for £110
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15 Victorian boxwood four slide rule by Edward Roberts; also a John Rabone & Sons, Birmingham, brass folding rule with decorative hinge; and mahogany cased catheters including an early 19th Century silver example, book binding tool etc (6)

Sold for £200
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16 Two late Victorian aneroid barometers with a nautical flavour, including a Bott & Co., Liverpool centred with a white dial barometer beneath a clock bordered with carved chain and anchor, 51cm, the other carved as an anchor with ropes bordering the barometer and clock, 53cm (both a/f) (2)

Sold for £70
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17 Cary type mahogany cased brass field microscope, early 19th Century, the case 13cm; also a box of prepared slides including some named example e.g. Norman Flatters, Manchester (24)

Sold for £220
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18 Mahogany cased field microscope, late 19th Century, with lenses and bone specimen slides, on a triform base, the case 16.5cm

Sold for £140
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19 Victorian greenheart library long arm, length 180cm

Sold for £120
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20 George V mahogany cased barograph by Mangam Rhodes & Sons, Bradford, with bevelled glass cover and with map drawer to the base, 35.5cm

Sold for £340
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21 Victorian brass and mahogany beam scales by W & T Avery, with brass bell weights to 1lb, 69cm x 51cm

Sold for £60
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22 Nautical brass inclinometer (ship pitch, tilt, meter gauge), finished in lacquered brass and contained within a mahogany glazed case, 56cm

Sold for £150
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23 Late Victorian or Edwardian brass clock barometer, with T-bar handle, the top inset with compass opposing a viewing window for the balance wheel, the clock dial signed 'Schierwater & Lloyd, Paris', opposing a barometer dial and centred with a vernier scale for a thermometer (deficient), width 15.5cm, height 16.5cm

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24 Victorian presentation brass mariner's holosteric barometer by Elliott Bros. The Strand, London, circa 1869, silvered dial within a brass case inscribed to the reverse 'from George Shaw Lefevre MP to William Hattersley, Master of the Trinity House Yacht Galatea, Autumn 1869, 12.5cm diameter, contained within an ebony veneered velvet line box

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25 Northern Indian pesh kabz, having a carved and pierced wooden hilt, fullered blade with decorative mounts, 30cm, with scabbard with carved wooden terminal and white metal engraved foliate mounts

Sold for £70
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26 Small number of 19th Century bone lacemaker's bobbins including named and motto pieces 'Dear John', 'My Love/Love My', 'Elizabeth Jackson', 'George', 'Richard' and others, all but one with glass spangles

Sold for £100
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28 Modern stamp collection comprising principally special issues, first day covers, royal commemoratives including full albums, Royal Mail presentation packs contained within albums and a good collection of RAF and military related first day covers including many signed, all contained in albums (large quantity)

Sold for £320
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29 Royal Airforce Awards Collection Jersey Philatelic Covers, each signed by seven Airmen, and contained within original presentation folder and outer card box

Sold for £90
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30 Pirelli calendar collection comprising: 1965 (incomplete - four leaves, no date sheets), 1966 (incomplete - four leaves, no date sheets), 1969 (complete), 2 x 1971 (complete, one without packaging), 1972 (complete, plastic backboard present, September-November date sheets written on), 1973 (complete), 1984 (complete), 1985 (complete), 1986 (complete), 1987 (complete), 1988 (complete), 1989 (complete), 1990 (complete), 1991 (complete), 1992 (complete), 1993 (complete), 1994 (complete), 1995 (complete), 1996 (complete) , 1997 (complete), 1998 (complete), 1999 (complete), 2001 (complete), 2002 (complete), 2003 (complete), 2004 (complete), 2006 (complete), 2007 (complete), 2008 (complete)

Sold for £180
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31 Titanic Disaster investigation report by The Sub-Committee of Commerce, United States Senate, Days 2 - 9, 11 - 16, with appendix, published by HM Stationery Office, 1912; also The Journal of Commerce Newspaper dated July 1st 1912 (incomplete)

Sold for £340
Lot: 31
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