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622 Victorian mahogany library bookcase, circa 1870, the top with an ogee moulded cornice over two moulded arched glazed doors opening to adjustable shelves, the base fitted with two moulded panel doors opening to an adjustable shelf, all raised on a plinth base, width 100cm, height 232cm

Sold for £380
Lot: 622
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624 Turkman woollen rug, traditional red ground with three lines of guls, size approx. 162cm x 104cm

Sold for £95
Lot: 624
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625 1930s traditional two seater settee, re-upholstered throughout in a bold floral fabric, raised on block feet with castors, width 133cm, depth 92cm, height 86cm

Sold for £70
Lot: 625
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626 Art Deco limed oak display cabinet, circa 1935-40, the circular top with two bevelled glass doors with original chrome handles, opening to display shelves, over a base fitted with two cupboard doors, all centred with fluted columns, and opening to shelves and drawers, all raised on plinth feet, width 112cm, height 162cm, depth 48cm

Sold for £220
Lot: 626
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627 French mahogany and inlaid display cabinet, circa 1900, having a brass galleried caddy style top inlaid with a ribbon and floral trails above a door bordered with further foliate inlays and brass beading surrounding a shaped glass panel opening to two velvet covered shelves, glass panel sides, foliate inlaid frieze, and raised on cabriole legs with brass sabots, width 71cm, height 158cm, depth 44cm

Sold for £260
Lot: 627
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628 Kerman silk rug, salmon pink field detailed with a vase design with flying doves, within a border with calligraphic reserves, size approx. 131cm x 78cm

Sold for £75
Lot: 628
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629 Traditional fabric upholstered two seater settee in the Georgian style, camel shaped back and scrolling arms, upholstered throughout in a fruiting vine design fabric in straw yellow against a deep blue ground, raised on ogee moulded square section legs united by a stretcher, width 163cm, depth 86cm, height 90cm

Sold for £480
Lot: 629
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634 Fine Bakhtiari panel carpet, probably Chahar Mahal, the field detailed with foliage and flowers in red, green and blue, within a red and fawn flowerhead border, size approx. 298cm x 200cm

Sold for £200
Lot: 634
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635 Secessionist style mahogany and inlaid display cabinet, circa 1900, the bow fronted top with four small cupboard doors and inlaid with two roundels featuring the profile of a young lady in brass, pewter and boxwood, over a central cabinet door with glass panel sides and a plate glass shelf, and a further display area beneath with a pull down door, two short drawers with metal knobs, crossbanded with satinwood and centred with a honeysuckle inlay of pewter, brass and harewood, open shelf to the base, all raised on square supports, width 128cm, height 183cm, depth 47cm

Sold for £200
Lot: 635
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636 Early Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, fitted with two short and three long graduated drawers with pressed brass oval plate handles, raised on splayed bracket feet, width 106cm, depth 51cm, height 102cm

Sold for £240
Lot: 636
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637 Edwardian mahogany and inlaid concave fronted display cabinet, having a central astragal glazed door within concave side panels, fitted with two fabric covered shelves, glazed panel sides, raised on a base with a central recessed panel cupboard door, flanked on either side with bowed inlaid recessed panels, all raised on tapered square section legs with spade toes, width 116cm, height 181cm, depth 39cm

Sold for £220
Lot: 637
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639 George II walnut eight day longcase clock by Joseph Smith, Chester, circa 1730, the hood with a broken moulded arch with three gilt finials, over a brass 12 1/2'' arched dial with silvered chapter ring, matted centre with subsidiary seconds and date aperture, moon phase to the arch and signed, five pillar movement striking on a bell, the trunk crossbanded and feather banded, with canted corners over a similar box base, all raised on bracket feet, height 236cm
Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches

Sold for £1450
Lot: 639
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640 Late Victorian brass extending standard lamp, converted to electricity, with a cranberry tinted and etched glass shade, over a pink glass tank and adjustable column and triform base, height to the top of the chimney, 176cm

Sold for £130
Lot: 640
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641 French giltwood three fold screen, late 19th Century, having shaped glazed panels at the top and printed silk panels beneath, all within ogee moulded outlines, height 154cm, each panel 53cm wide

Sold for £85
Lot: 641
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642 Victorian mahogany drop trunk wall clock, circa 1840, painted 12'' dial with Roman numerals, single fusee movement, drop trunk with ebony line inlays, 40cm diameter, height 65cm
Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches

Sold for £100
Lot: 642
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644 Quality reproduction oak enclosed dresser in the Georgian style, by Titchmarsh & Goodwin, fitted with three drawers and three shaped fielded panel cupboard doors opening to shelves, all raised on stile feet, width 167cm, depth 54cm, height 89cm

Sold for £340
Lot: 644
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646 Regency mahogany bowfront side cabinet, circa 1810-20, the top with broad crossbanding over a brushing slide and two frieze drawers with pressed brass knobs, over well figured doors, opening to a single shelf, flanked by reeded columns, with carved stiff leaves, raised on short turned legs with brass castors, width 92cm, depth 56.5cm, height 102cm

Sold for £190
Lot: 646
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647 French walnut part bedroom suite comprising two single beds with shell carved and moulded panel headboard and footboard, width 89cm; pair of marble topped bedside cabinets, each with a single drawer and cupboard door, raised on cabriole legs, width 50cm; matching marble topped washstand, fitted with two frieze drawers and raised on slender cabriole legs, width 89cm (5)

Sold for £260
Lot: 647
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648 Elm and metal bound strong box, Continental, early 19th Century, of elongated rectangular form with heavy wrought metal carrying handle to each side, strap hinges and supports, with later pine base boards and plinth, width 141cm, depth 57cm, height 50cm

Sold for £260
Lot: 648
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649 William IV mahogany toilet mirror, circa 1835, the arched plate on acanthus finial columns, over a base with barrel fronted jewellery box, raised on bun feet, width 69cm height 94cm

Sold for £50
Lot: 649
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650 French style walnut and inlaid vitrine, late 20th Century, slight domed top with brass surmount over two glazed doors with foliate trail inlays, opening to two plate glass shelves, glazed panel sides, raised on French cabriole legs with brass sabots, height 174cm, width 93cm, depth 36cm

Sold for £240
Lot: 650
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651 Oak joined mule chest, early 18th Century with later carving, the top hinged and opening to reveal a candle box interior, three lozenge carved fielded panel front over two drawers with later wrought metal handles, raised on stile feet, width 128cm, depth 52cm, height 85cm

Sold for £190
Lot: 651
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652 French fruitwood farmhouse table, three plank top over a single frieze drawer, raised on slender turned and tapered legs, length 217cm, width 90cm, height 75cm

Sold for £550
Lot: 652
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653 Elm coffee table, 19th Century and later, three plank top fitted with a single frieze drawer, raised on tapered square section legs, length 144cm, width 69cm, height 56cm

Sold for £280
Lot: 653
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654 Late Victorian carved oak monk's bench, folding top with foliate carved border over a box base with lift up lid and carved recessed panel front, width 107cm, depth 46cm, height 75cm

Sold for £220
Lot: 654
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661 George III mahogany bachelor's chest, circa 1780, fitted with a brushing slide over four graduated long drawers with brass swan neck handles, raised on straight bracket feet, width 83cm, height 79cm, depth 51cm

Sold for £520
Lot: 661
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662 William IV rosewood duet music stand, the adjustable lyre form lectern over an adjustable column within a turned and tulip carved pedestal, triform base with squat bun feet, width 43cm, minimum height 103cm

Sold for £460
Lot: 662
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663 Oak joined wainscot chair, third quarter of the 17th Century with later alterations, the back with a lunette cresting rail above a lozenge carved panel back, reduced in height, open arms, later wooden seat, raised on turned and ringed front supports united by a stretcher base, height 111cm, width 60cm, depth 57cm

Sold for £300
Lot: 663
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664 Unusual Art Deco settee, probably Continental, circa 1920-35, finished in walnut veneers throughout, square sided with two chrome finished pull out trays concealed within the arms and two narrow base drawers, multi-coloured fabric covered cushions and seat, width 153cm, depth 69cm, height 72cm

Sold for £420
Lot: 664
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665 Pair of David Colwell design bentwood ash reclining chairs, cross frame united with fawn padded canvas, the back and seat supported with bamboo stretchers, 115cm

Sold for £170
Lot: 665
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