Buying & Selling
Phoenix House, Lower Bristol Road, Bath
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Collector's Sale Highlights
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Sold For £720 A WWII Wareings of Northampton pilot’s helmet
Sold For £780 A rare WWII Luftwaffe pilot’s one-man rescue dinghy
Sold For £240 A German WWI Saxon Infantry regiment Pickelhaube helmet (BA XIX, 1916).
Sold For £250 Early 20thC enamelled Rowntree’s advertising sign
Sold For £3,100 A Wurlitzer model 1400 Jukebox, circa 1951
Sold For £460 A box of twenty-five H. Upmann “Corona Major” Cuban cigars.
Sold For £2,300. A collection of amber, coral, & costume jewellery, badges, knives, etc.
Sold For £500 A late 19thC Taxidermist’s display
Sold For £380. A painted composition head & shoulders female doll dressed in 19th century costume, & on giltwood rectangular plinth, 24” high.
Sold For £430. A 9ct. gold albert of curb links, with bar, pendant 1876 half-sovereign.
Sold For £1,300. A brass scratch-built stationary steam engine, 16¾” high; & two similar smaller ditto.
Sold For £300. An early 20th century mother-of-pearl fan with pierced guards & spines; together with three other fans.
Sold For £560. Two Cavalry Officer’s swords
Sold For £800. A World War One trio; 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, & Victory Medal, awarded to Private W. T. Hawkins, Royal Fusiliers; together with various Boy Scout pennants, etc.
Sold For £5,000 A group of WWI Nurse’s service medals awarded to Nursing Sister G. Black, later Sister G. M. Craik
Sold For £920 A Persian ceremonial dagger
Sold For £2,500 A large scratch-built model Great Western steam engine
Sold For £460 A Fijian carved warriors club or Ula Tavatava
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