Sold for £5,100
A Louis Vuitton steamer trunk upholstered in the traditional monogram print, having brass fittings, the cream lined interior having a shallow removable tray, with brass carrying handles, brass lock and clasps, stamped “1 Rue Scribe Louis Vuitton Paris, London, 149 New Bond Street. Made in France”, the interior bears a similar trade label, No. 145294, 101cm wide x 55cm deep x 58cm high
Sold for £3,400
A C Jeffries concertina with nickel plated pierced ends, having three rows of bone buttons (34 in total), with a six foldaway bellows, stamped “C JEFFRIES, MAKER” to one end, in original hexagonal carrying case
Sold for £3,000
1905 A Wales V New Zealand match programme at Cardiff Arms Park, 16 December 1905, covers detached but present
Sold for £1,850
1907 – An Ireland International Jersey with sewn in label for T Lynch & Son, 27 Westmoreland Street, Dublin, with sewn on embroidered badge decorated with shamrocks and a date of 1907, signed to the collar “B Maclear”
Sold for £1,250
A 1906 Wales V Scotland rugby match programme
played at Cardiff Arms Park on February 3rd, 1906
Sold for £1,150
A postcard album containing circa 115 advertising postcards including ogden’s fruit and honey tobacco and cigarettes, Ogden’s St Bruno, Ogden’s Coolie, Bird’s custard powder, Schweppes, Redfearn’s rubber heals, Gossages magical soap, Hornimans tea, Beecham’s pills, Allenbury’s foods for infants, Berry’s diamond polish, Calvert’s tooth powder, Wood Milne rubber heels, Barnum and Bailey limited postcards, Wren’s polish, Buffalo Bill’s Wild West, Faulder’s chocolates, C.W.S soaps, Pelaw, Shell, Jewsbury & Browns, Bray Mantles, Henley’s cyder, Nestle’s milk
Sold for £780
A collection of postcards relating to the Newport Dock disaster on July 2nd 1909, together with postcards relating to the Railway Strike, in August 1911, Ebbw Junction Collision, Nr Newport, Sept 28th 1907, G.W.R Station, Newport, Newport Railway disaster and other postcards, circa 48
Sold for £650
A large collection of postcards some loose and in albums, including dogs, scenic cards of Blackpool, Torquay, Clevedon, Cardiff, Barry, Ramsgate, photographic cards, Louis Wain, ships, trains, etc, together with a leather bound photograph album
Sold for £600
1908 – The First Wallabies Tour to The British Isles. A 1908 Wales V Australia rugby match programme: played at Cardiff Arms Park on Saturday, December 12th, 1908 – c/w team photograph of the Wallabies together with head and shoulder Vignettes of the Welsh team
Sold for £450
A collection of circa 160 postcards depicting trams, and postcard of bathers after Herouard, French Cards, Art Nouveau style cards, cars and other modes of transport, views of Stratford upon Avon, Royalty cards, Charlie Chaplin etc
Sold for £410
A large quantity of circa 188 postcards depicting scenes in Newport, including the New Post Office, Savoy Hotel, High street, Commercial St, Bridge St, Bridge and Castle, S.S. Belgia, Clarence place, Chepstow Road, Corporation road, Caerleon road, Alexandra docks, the car transporter bridge, etc
Sold for £410
A postcard album containing circa 200 postcards including scene of particular roads in Newport, Military scenes, Newport temperance choir, views of Caerleon, Alexandra docks, The car transporter bridge etc
Sold for £410
A collection of circa 55 advertising postcards for Fry’s cocoa & Fry’s milk chocolate, including “A Double First”, “No Better Food”, “The Bloom of Health”, Five boys “cocoa, sah” “The Best is good enough for me” “Keep out the cold” “A perfect breakfast table” “Jolly good and alot for the money” “Highway Robbery” “My Eye! aint Fry’s milk chocolate nice” “The Prize Winner”, “Disgraced but not defeated”, etc
Sold for £410
A collection of circa 150 postcards depicting scenes and events in Newport including Lysaghts home defence corps, beechwood bowling club trip to Abergavenny, Church parade 1st Mon T. Oct. 18 1914, County Hospital Newport, Royal proclamation Newport 9.3.10, opening New Dock by Prince Arthur, funeral of the late Viscount Tredegar 14/3/13, white Rose laundry, The Floods Pant road Newport Dec 22-09, Newport fire brigade, store fronts, carnivals etc
Sold for £400
The Right Hon. W.E Gladstone – a typed letter from 4 Whitehall Court S.W. June 23rd 1898, signed, together with a handwritten letter on House of Commons paper signed by Keir Hardie, and other signed ephemera etc including H. Bismarck, William IV, Robert Peel, William Pitt, A.J Cronin, A. Bonar Law etc
Sold for £400
A collection of J R Gaunt, London Car badges including, Badge of the Order of the Garter. “Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense” Welsh guards insignia with the leek against a red and blue enamel ground, The Life Guards badge, The Queen’s Royal Regiment ( West Surrey) badge, the Royal Corps Of Signals Badge, and another with a flaming torch
Sold for £370
1906 – The South Africans’ Rugby Tour, 1906, the Souvenir Album, official programme containing the photos and biographical sketches
Sold for £350
The Right Hon. A.J Balfour – a handwritten letter on Downing street paper dated December 16th 1901, and postcard photographs, together with a handwritten letter addressed to Lady Helier and signed by Field Marshal Sir D. Haig, and other signed ephemera etc, including Stanley Baldwin, Rt Hon, J. Ramsay MacDonald, Neil Kinnock, Jim Callaghan, Edward Heath, Ken Livingstone, Harold Wilson etc
Sold for £350
An Edward VII gold sovereign dated 1906 in a yellow metal slip mount together with a proof silver Piedmont twenty pence, assorted crowns, Royal Mint proof sets and a lady’s 9ct wristwatch
Sold for £350
An LG 42″ flat screen television, mounted with a surround sound system, playstation and model racing car seat
Sold for £320
A collection of circa 40 sporting postcards including Newport Walker rats 9-2-13, South African Rugby team 1912-14, Newport Harlequins Rugby Club 1927-28, Newport First XV 1909-10, Newport Team 1910-11, Newport First team Feb 9, 1907, Newport team Oct 1st 1904, Portrait card of W.J Martin, captain of Newport First XV 1912-13, Newport polo team etc
Sold for £300
Advertising – A G.W.R commercial advertising enamel sign “1D, Daily Mirror, Best all along the line” black text on a yellow background, 37cm x 106cm, original label verso
Sold for £300
A collection of nineteen boxed jig-saw puzzles including G.W.R. Henley Bridge, Kind George V, The Torbay Express, Piccadilly Circus, The Night Mail, Royal Route to the West, Speed, The Cheltenham Flyer, The Romans at Caerleon (x2), The Vikings landing at St. Ives, Stratford Upon Avon Charrard House x 2, The Fishguard Army, 1797, Freight train, Britain’s Mightiest, The Cornish Riviera Express, Cornwall preparing for a catch, The Model Railway and a Cunard Jig-Saw puzzle R.M.S Aquitania
Sold for £280
A gentleman’s 9ct yellow gold Rotary wristwatch with a gilt metal dial and batons together with a gilt metal open faced pocket watch, two 9ct yellow gold bangles approximately 21 grams, a sapphire and diamond ring, silver vesta case, white metal match box holder and costume jewellery
Sold for £270
Chinese Government 6% Sterling Shanghai Hangchow Ninpo Railway completion loan of the 25th year of the republic of China, £50 Bond, No.00807, within a green border 1932 with 47 coupons on the reverse, together with two Chinese Imperial Government, 5% Hukuang Railways sinking fund gold loan of 1911, bonds for £100 and £20, no 107197 and 40 coupons folded to the reverse of both, two other bonds, a Colcombet Freres Bond and two sets of framed banknotes

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