Sold for £3,900
John Knapp Fisher
Farm buildings with church

Watercolour
Signed and inscribed verso, dated 1978
16 x 61cm
Sold for £3,400
Andrew Beer
“Last Chance”Blue cheq badge cock, W.H.U.39.Y.119.

Flown all stages to Carlisle, winning 1st Bargoed N.R.H.S. 1st Nom & 5th Fed. from Carlisle, also this oil painting for the first bird in Bargoed NRHS. Bred and flown by Davies and Howells 1939.
Racing Pigeon portrait
Oil on canvas
Signed
29.5 x 39.5cm
Together with a companion “Red Reliance” Red Cheq Cock, W.H.U.39.Y.120. Flew all stages to Carlisle in 1939, all stages to Perth 1940, winning 2nd Edinburgh, time 7 hours, 17 minutes losing by 2 decimals and 1st prize & this oil painting from Perth. Time 11 hours, 7 minutes, Bred & Flown by Davies & Howells in Bargoed N.R.H.S.
Sold for £2,500
John Elwyn (Welsh 1916 – 1997)
Farm buildings

Acrylics
Signed
32 x 49cm
Sold for £2,200
An oriental gilt bronze statue of Lakshmi
seated on a leaf and bead decorated base, 25cm high x 15.5cm wide
Sold for £1,750
An 18ct yellow gold half hunter keyless wound pocket watch
, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and a seconds subsidiary dial inscribed J.W. Benson, London, the back plate inscribed “The Field, Best London Make by warrant to H.M. The Queen”, together with a yellow metal Albert watch chain marked 750 to the lobster clasp, approximately 54 grams, approximately 35cm long
Sold for £1,650
The Royal Mint – The Sovereign 2018 five coin gold proof set, No.271/750
, including a The five sovereign piece, the double sovereign, sovereign, half sovereign and quarter sovereign, in presentation box with outer boxes and certificate
Sold for £1,500
A Lady’s Rolex Oyster perpetual Datejust superlative chronometer
, with a white dial, Roman numerals and date aperture with a stainless steel bezel and strap, with box
Sold for £1,250
An Edwardian diamond brooch
, in the form of a flower head and stem, encrusted with round old cut diamonds, varying from approximately 0.5 of a carat to 0.01 of a carat to a white metal mount and yellow metal setting, 10cm long, approximately 32 grams
Sold for £1,050
An impressive George III style mahogany breakfront bookcase
, the leaf moulded cornice above four glazed doors and sides with glazing bars, the base with leaf carved plinth on four leaf carved cabriole legs and claw feet, 250cm wide x 55cm deep x 192cm high
Sold for 920
A Swansea porcelain shaped rectangular dish
, with gilt twig handles, locally painted by David Evans with bouquets of flowers loosely tied with lilac ribbons, arranged just inside the gilt rim, 28.5cm wide, red script mark and E.E. Cashmore label verso
Sold for £900
A 9ct yellow gold charm bracelet
, set with numerous charms including a fob, bunch of keys, trumpet, Madonna and child, fan, St Christopher, kiwi, London bridge, poodle, teapot etc, approximately 104 grams
Sold for £880
A gentleman’s 9ct yellow gold Rolex wristwatch
the silvered dial with batons and a seconds subsidiary dial inscribed Rolex precision, on a 9ct yellow gold strap, inside of case marked 12868 and 338461, hallmarked for 1964 and 1965 with box and papers
Sold for £850
Kiyoshi Saito (Japanese, 1907-1997)
Steady Gaze
Two cats – black and white, against a bright blue background, stretching their necks towards a little yellow butterfly

A Woodblock Print
Signed in white
37.5 x 25cm
Sold for £820
Jules Rene Herve
Tuileries gardens
Oil on canvas
Signed
Whitgift galleries label verso
51.5 x 62cm
Sold for £820
An 18th century slipware flask
, of rectangular form, having four ring handles with a brown glaze and mustard yellow decoration dated 1798, 22.5cm high
Sold for £800
Ernest Zobole (1927-1999)
Painting about a landscape No.7

Mixed Media
19 x 18cm
Martin Tinney gallery labels verso
Sold for £750
An 18ct yellow and white gold rope and box link twist necklace
, 73cm long, approximately 41.5 grams
Sold for £700
A large slipware decorated dish
, of rectangular form with a brown ground and mustard yellow line decoration, 42 x 36.5cm
Sold for £680
Children’s china
– A 19th century name plate with a green line border and mottled red ground for “Fanny”, 18.5cm diameter together with other name plates including Jane, Hannah and Joseph, flower related plates and other plates
Sold for £650
An opal and diamond ring
the central oval opal approximately 17mm x 12mm, surrounded by twenty round brilliant cut diamonds to a white metal claw setting and 18ct yellow gold shank
Sold for £650
Charles Wyatt Warren
View of Llyn Peris, Nr Snowden

Oil on board
Signed and labels verso
23.5 x 54cm
Sold for £620
An 18ct yellow gold bracelet
with S shaped links, approximately 33.5 grams, 21cm long
Sold for £600
A Myford Super 7 lathe
, serial number SK1444884 in green with additional gears, chucks, accesories etc
Sold for £600
A Nantgarw porcelain centrepiece
, London decorated with sprays of garden flowers within a blue line border, impressed NANT-GARW C.W., 36cm wide
Sold for £580
An Edwardian diamond cluster ring
of pointed oval form, set with nineteen old round cut diamonds to a white metal setting and yellow metal shank marked 18ct and Plat

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