Sold for £4,300
An extensive stamp collection of world stamps including seven Victorian Penny Blacks, sheets of Penny Reds and Two Penny Blues etc contained within stamp albums and books
Sold for £2,900
‘FRYS CHOCOLATE’ ‘FIVE BOYS’ Enamel advertising sign, white lettering on blue background bearing inscription DESPERATION, PACIFICATION, EXPECTATION, ACCLAMATION, REALIZATION, “ITS FRYS”, MAKERS TO T.M THE KING & QUEEN, MAKERS TO H.M. QUEEN ALEXANDRA 56cm x 75.5cm
Sold for £880
A Chiltern Toys teddy bear on a tricycle, together with a Steiff mohair teddy bear, 43 cm tall, other teddy bears and pyjama cases
Sold for £700
Harbin (Robert) Magic of Robert Harbin M.I.M.C illustrated by the author, edited by Peter Warlock M.I.M.C, printed by C.W Mole and Sons, ltd, first edition 1970, no.78, in original cardboard delivery sleeve together with a signed income tax slip agreement sheet, a typed letter to the purchased signed by Harbin and a hand written letter on Robert Harbin headed paper
Sold for £580
Famous magicians of the world reviewed by Arnold Furst together with circa 200 other pamphlets and books on magic
Sold for £580
A large quantity of Dinky, Corgi and Matchbox toy cars, truck, military vehicles, ships etc, together with Hornby carriages, castle, Triang Minic motorway track and cars etc
Sold for £520
A 1924 Olympic rugby figure: a plaster rugby figure of a French rugby player wearing French colours by the French artist E Coffin – produced and designed to celebrate the Paris Olympic Games in 1924 – mounted on a rectangular base c/w brass plaque inscribed “VIIIth Olympiade Paris 1924 – Le Rugby par Coffin”, 27.5cm high
Sold for £400 Cardiff City A F C 1927/1928 a collection of 33 home match programmes, all lacking their covers, ex-binder.
Sold for £390
A pair of Leica 7 x 42 BA binoculars (cased)
Sold for £390
A collection of Dinky toys including lorries, cars, aeroplanes, etc, together with carved Noah’s Ark figures etc
Sold for £370
A Hornby Train Goods Set No.20 comprising and O gauge clockwork 0-4-0 locomotive and tender No.60985, with carriage and track, boxed, two bayko construction sets and a quantity of Dinky military vehicles, Corgi trucks etc
Sold for £360
A boxed Hornby Dublo electric train set comprising a Duchess of Atholl 4-6-2 locomotive and tender together with an EDL 18 standard 2-6-4 Tank locomotive, EDLT20 Bristol Castle 4-6-0 locomotive and tender, carriages, track, corgi and lledo toy cars etc
Sold for £340
Cardiff City A.F.C. 1926/27, a collection of 33 Cardiff City home match programmes, all lacking their covers, ex-binder
Sold for £340
A collection of circa 300 postcards including scenes of the suez, Kuala Lumpa, Giza, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sierra Leone, Barry, Birkenhead, Plymouth, Swansea, Bristol, comic cards, World War 1 cards, playing cards, a collection of cigarette cards, copper tokens etc
Sold for £320
Harold William Hailstone, a collection of original cartoon sketches, including, cyclists, Coronation sketches, interior scenes etc, with annotations for publication
Sold for £320
A large quantity of Picturegoer magazine from the 1920s through to the 1950s
Sold for £310
Circa 500 postcards, loose and in albums including Cunard White Star liners, scenic cards, including Dumfries, St Andrews, Dundee, Loch Lomond, Aberdeen, Skegness, photographic cards and assorted photographs etc
Sold for £310 A “Welcom” Jigsaw book together with a collection of James Robertson’s marmalade Pin badges, a purse, small ivory figure etc
Sold for £300
Arsenal V Cardiff City, 23 April 1927, half title page cut away
Sold for £260
A montage for Muhammad Ali titled “Yesterday”, signed, framed and glazed
Sold for £260
A Davis & Son Colliery and Engine House Aneroid Barometer, the 30cm circular silvered dial with mercury thermometer, inscribed Davis & Son, London & Derby, in a bronzed metal case, with a John Davis & Son catalogue
Sold for £250
Circa 500 postcards in an album and loose including comic cards, portrait cards, a card for New Zealand Rugby Football Team, scenic cards including Eastbourne, Symonds Yat, Newport, Portishead, London, Chepstow, Raglan, Cardiff etc
Sold for £240
Professor Hoffman, Magical titbits, 1911, together with more magic, later magic and other books by the same author
Sold for £240
Will Goldston’s card system of exclusive magical secrets, together with Will Goldston’s easy road magic, Goldston (Will) secrets of famous illusionists, 1933, Goldston (Will) more modern card tricks, and other books by Goldston & others, circa 17 books
Sold for £240
A collection of cigarette cards
including a set of Ogdens Puglists and Wrestlers, Wills Time & Money in different countries, Ogdens Racehorse etc

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