Remarkable Rooms to include Country Pursuits & Sporting - 28th July 2022

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Lot 1

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An impressive and large George III rosewood triple breakfront library bookcase, the fret swan neck pediments above a series of glazed doors with enamel numbers above panels cupboard doors, 660cm long, 278cm high, 56cm deep


Lot 2

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A good George III mahogany cellarette/wine cooler, the sarcophagus shaped body with a hinged lid opening to reveal a lead lined compartmental interior flanked by lion mask handles and above carved lion paw feet, 62cm wide, 46cm deep, 55cm high


Lot 3

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Substantial pair of Doulton Lambeth garden urns, the flared bodies with acanthus leaf decoration above waisted stems, oval and has moulded feet and square plinth bases, stamped to bases and interiors, 55cm diameter, 68cm high


Lot 4

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A large pair of Regency pricket sticks, the spike tops above acanthus leaf carved columns and a scrolling base, 159cm high, (2)


Lot 5

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Late 19th�Century / early 20th�Century 8 day mahogany wall clock, , the mahogany drop case with the repainted dial with GWR for Great Western Railway and�Roman hours, single�train fusee movement, 75cm high


Lot 6

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Ten Early 20th Century BP board room chairs, the brown leather back with embossed BP initials within a diamond, the arms with scrolled terminals above brown leather seats , square tapering legs and block feet (10)


Lot 7

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George III mahogany drop leaf dining table, the circular drop leaf top above tapering legs and pad feet, 101cm long, 138cm wid when fully open, 75cm high


Lot 8

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George III mahogany chest of drawers, the rectangular top above four long drawers, 95cm wide, 48cm deep, 88cm high


Lot 9

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George III mahogany wine cooler, in the Gillows manner, the rectangular top enclosing a series of lead lined and two wood lined compartments above a gadrooned edge and tapering gadrooned legs on castors, 59cm wide, 33.5cm deep, 58cm high


Lot 10

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A Victorian set of five bronze alloy Imperial Standard� measures, Buckinghamshire, marks to rim, the bodies marked for� 'IMPERIAL QUART', 'IMPERIAL PINT', 'IMPERIAL HALF PINT', 'IMPERIAL GILL' and 'IMPERIAL HALF GILL',� along with� 'COUNTY OF BUCKS 1855', the footrim and bodies with official detrited numbers,� 6cm high to 13.5cm high, (5)