Perfume, Cosmetics and Toiletries

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Saturday 12 October 2019

Commencing at 10:00am

Bedford Auction Centre

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Friday from 8.30am - 8.00pm
and morning of sale from 8.30am

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A specialist sale of 200 lots of unopened, boxed branded perfume and aftershave including Chanel, Jimmy Choo, Christian Dior, Jo Malone, Gucci, YSL, Paul Smit, Jean Paul Gaultier, Paco Rabanne, Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Tom Ford, Issey Miyake and many others.

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Also a consignment of mixed lots of toiletries, cosmetics including deodorants, shampoo, nail polishes, gels, makeup, lipsticks, etc.

These items will be sold as part of Sale 3 in our Weekly Sale

Weekly sale catalogues will be published 
online every Thursday at 6:30pm

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Bedford Auction Centre

A 19th century Gillows & Co. walnut, strung and crossbanded ladies writing table. the tooled leather surface of kidney shape forms over a single shaped frieze drawer, on cabriole legs mounted with brass ram's heads, on bras capped feet, stamped to the drawer 'Gillows & Co.' l.131cm

Sold for £750

"Survey and Valuation of the Estate of the Earl of Essex in the Parishes of Stebbing, Saling, Raine & Bocking in the County of Essex." C.1795. Qto. reversed calf binding, gilt maroon title label, aeg, marbled eps. Manuscript valuation presented in accomplished calligraphy featuring very detailed measurement in columns of the land (Acres, Roods and Perches) and its use together with buildings and total rental value , (particularly relating to farms in parishes together with hand coloured plans, summaries, 'remarks' and recommendations

Sold for £1,400

A Victorian gold £5 coin dated 1887

Sold for £2,000

A 9ct yellow gold curblink bracelet with heart shaped padlock clasp suspending a large quantity of charms including an Edwardian sovereign dated 1905, a cine camera, a jointed teddy bear, a pair of skis and many others, overall 190 gms

Sold for £2,400

David Paque (Early 20th Century), A rural road with horses, figures and a lake, signed, oil on canvas, 39 x 64 cm

Sold for £850

A Royal Worcester bud vase of bottle shaped form with trumpet neck, hand painted with scenes of sheep in a mountainous landscape by Harry Davis. Shape number 1661. Date code for 1908, h. 24 cm

Sold for £1700

A cased set of twelve early 20th century Russian silver gilt spoons decorated in cloisonne enamel with foliate motifs, Moscow kokoshnik standard mark, M3, l. 10.5 cm

Sold for £950

The Royal Mint 2018 Five-Coin Gold Proof set, No. 605, including a five-sovereign piece, double-sovereign, sovereign, half-sovereign and quarter-sovereign, cased

Sold for £2,500

A pair of Chinese cast metal brush pots of cylindrical form relief decorated and gilt highlighted with dragons within a stormy border, h. 24 cm

Sold for £620

A 19th century mahogany extending dining table, with three fitted leaves, on turned baluster legs with castors, 136 cm to 298 cm, w. 126 cm

Sold for £750

A William and Mary Walnut and crossbanded cabinet , the two doors enclosing an arrangement of small fitted drawers, over three open graduated drawers, on bracket feet w.110cm

Sold for £1,000

A large portfolio containing the original plans, improvements and drawings for the construction and design of the House and Gardens of Latimer house situated in Latimer, Buckinghamshire designed by Edward Blore , Samuel Ware and the brothers Jearrad , dating from the 1820s. The portfolio contains detailed plans of various floors including references to: The Servants Rooms and hall, Cook's room, Larder, Scullery, Butler's Room and Pantry etc. also included in this lot are two later period coloured plans/maps of the Latimer estate, likely from the early 20th century providing an insight into the architectural ideas and practice of the Regency period and the social structure of this era.

Sold for £3,100

A group of Middle Eastern niello decorated metalware comprising a rectangular tray, a circular tray, a pair of dagger letter openers, a teapot, a sugar bowl, two dallah jug, four tea bowls and a jug (13)

Sold for £2,100

A late 19th century Louis Vuitton trunk with a crocodile skin leather body and mahogany brass studded ribs bearing various travel stickers including Cook's Cabin, British Rail etc., maker's label to the interior c. 1885,
No. 45030, w. 101 cm

Sold for £5,400

A collection of enamel automobile racing medals to include mainly Brooklands automobile racing club examples dating from 1920s onwards.

Sold for £850

An early 20th century Russian silver and parcel gilt kovsh, decorated in cloisonne enamel with foliate motifs, 88 standard and 11th Artel Moscow mark, h. 14.5 cm, 16.5 ozs

Sold for £10,000

An early 20th century 'Black Forest' carved umbrella and stick stand modelled as a bear with a polychrome face, tongue and teeth, h. 124 cm *Bought to the UK from Switzerland in the 1930's by the vendor's grandfather

Sold for £3,500

Ralph Peacock (1868-1946),
A head and shoulders portrait of a girl,
Margaret Girselda, daughter of A. Wedderburn Q.C., b. 1888,
signed and dated 1900,
oil on canvas,
60 x 49 cm, together with a private circulation book 'A History of the Wedderburns', 1997

Sold for £850

An early 20th century oak stand with silver plated mounts containing approximately fifty hat pins including two micro mosaic examples, an Egyptian revival glass pin and many others (qty)

Sold for £700

A brass lantern clock, the dial stamped 'Willaim Gray, London' with black Roman numerals, with a later mahogany bracket, h. 38 cm

Sold for £800

Retail Stock

Makita 18v toolkit with drill, impact drive, reciprocating saw, circular saw, angle grinder, torchm 2 batteries and charger

Sold for £220

Apple i Mac 27" retina display all in one desktop computer with wireless mouse, keyboard and box

Sold for £720

Raymond Weil gents wristwatch

Sold for £330

Sharp 90" LCD LED 3D smart TV set

Sold for £2200