Sold for £6000
Hugh Douglas Hamilton
Head and shoulders portrait of Joseph Gulston

Watercolour
Inscribed verso, together with two others, Mrs Gulston and master Gulston, dated 1771, National Museum of Wales exhibition label verso
27 x 22cm
Sold for £4,800
A white metal pendant of oval form pierced with Masonic symbols
including a dividers, square, rule, mallet, set with a 1.5 carat solitaire diamond and another 1 carat solitaire diamond on a white metal chain
Sold for £4,200
Frank Moss Bennett
A maiden performing before noblemen and women with Naval vessels in the background

Believed to be Lord Nelson meeting Lady Hamilton in Italy
Oil on canvas
Signed F M Bennett and dated 1940
Harrods Picture department label verso
102 x 83.5cm
Sold for £2,900
A matched pair of George III mahogany tea caddies
of urn shape with acorn finials and panelled lids on spreading foot and a geometrically inlaid square base, 26cm high
Sold for £2,800
An extensive collection of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern English Bone China
Sold for 2,500
A diamond set brooch of odeonesque form
set with round old cut diamonds, to a white metal claw setting and removable yellow metal bar
Sold for £2,300
A collection of twenty yellow metal fob seals, some inset with carved hardstones
Sold for £2,050
Kevin Sinnott
Anxious Traveller

Oil on canvas
Initialled
Bernard Jacobson Gallery labels verso dated Sept 88
173 x 136cm
Sold for £1,600
A French Kingwood and gilt metal mounted torchere, the shaped rectangular top above a single drawer on hipped cabriole legs and gilt metal mounted sabot feet united by a shelf, 29.6cm wide x 23.5cm deep x 72.5cm high
Sold for £1,550
A 19th Century mahogany campaign chest, with two short and three long drawers on turned feet in two sections, 83.5cm wide x 48cm deep x 111.5cm high
Sold for £1,550
A 19th century French Kingwood and gilt metal mounted vitrine
, the shaped marble top above a serpentine glass door with glazed sides, the base with a marquetry panel depicting flowers and leaves on sabot feet, 76cm wide x 40cm deep x 163cm high
Sold for £1,550
A Royal Mint 2009 UK Gold Proof Sovereign Five-Coin Collection, No.0352 / 1750 comprising a Five pounds, Double Sovereign, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign in original case and sleeve with certificate of authenticity
Sold for £1,450
An Elizabeth II 2009 United Kingdom gold proof five-coin sovereign collection, comprising a five pounds, double sovereign, sovereign, half sovereign and quarter sovereign, No.1075/1700 in original case
Sold for £1,450
A Royal Mint 2008 United Kingdom Gold Proof Sovereign Collection No.1404 / 1750 comprising a gold Five pounds coin, a Double sovereign, a Sovereign and a Half Sovereign, contained in original box and sleeve with certificate of authenticity
Sold for £1,400
An Elizabeth II 2000 United Kingdom gold proof four-coin sovereign collection, comprising a five pounds, two pounds, sovereign and half sovereign, No.0734/1000 in original case
Sold for £1,400
A Royal Mint UK 1980 gold proof set comprising a Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign in original case
Sold for £1,350
Kevin Sinnott
Home Time for the Historians

Oil on canvas
Initialled
Bernard Jacobson Gallery labels verso dated 1989
173 x 144cm
Sold for £1,350
An Elizabeth II 1980 United Kingdom gold proof four-coin set, comprising a five pounds, two pounds, sovereign and half sovereign, in original case
Sold for £1,300
A Turkish silk rug, with a cream ground decorated with a vase of flowers and a hanging basket of flowers, the border with a green ground and floral border, 102cm wide x 147cm long
Sold for £1,250
A 18ct yellow gold necklace set with six graduating round brilliant cut diamonds totalling approximately 1.6 of a carat, total weight approximately 19 grams
Sold for £1,200
The Macallan Royal Marriage Malt Whisky, bottled to commemorate the marriage of Prince Charles and Diana with malt whisky distilled in 1948 and 1961; the respective years of their births, 75cl, 43% vol
Sold for £1,200
Kevin Sinnott
Lament

Oil on canvas
Initialled
Bernard Jacobson Gallery and Koplin Gallery labels verso dated 1987
142 x 157.5cm
Sold for £1,150
A white metal and champleve enamel hinged box and cover of circular form, decorated with a landscape scene with flowers in the foreground on the lid, with white beaded decoration, the body with panels of single flowers and leaves, marked HA 88, possibly Russian, 5cm diameter
Sold for £1,100
Kevin Sinnott
Great Book II

Oil on canvas
Initialled
Bernard Jacobson Gallery labels verso dated 1988
150 x 115.5cm

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