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The 1797 Battle of Cape St. Vincent Watercolour by Marine Artist George Odlin (1947 - 2012), late 20th Century.

A Circular Bois Durci Medallion Snuff Box with the Obverse and Reverse of the Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal, after T. Brock.

A Napoleon Bonaparte Framed and Glazed Wax Portrait Profile.

Large Metalware Bust of Napoleon Bonaparte, After Felix Lecomte.

A Large Silvered Copper Dutch High Relief Ancient Battle Scene. Glazed in an Oval Frame.

1870 - 1871 Franco-Prussian War Metal Snuff Box. The Silvered Cover with Arms & Armour in Relief.

Early 19th Century Circular Snuff Box, the Cover Inset with a Gilt Metal Relief Medallion of Napoleon Bonaparte, Marie Louise and the Roi de Rome.

'Naval Victories', A Pierced Gilt Metal Box Containing Six Gilt Bronze Medalets for Lord Exmouth (Algiers August 1816), Earl Howe (The French Fleet Defeated off Ushant 1 June 1794), Earl St. Vincent (The Spanish Fleet Defeated 14 Feby 1797), Admiral Duncan (The Dutch Fleet Defeated 11 Octr 1797), Sir Sydney Smith (Acre Defended, Buonaparte Repulsed, Syria Saved) and Lord Nelson (Nile 1 Augt 1798, Copenhagen 1 April 1801, Trafalgar 21 Oct 1805). The Box and Tokens circa 1816.

La Veille De La Bataille D'Austerlitz, after the Painting by Emile Jean Horace Vernet. A Bronzed Metal Figure of a Seated Napoleon Bonaparte on a Square Plinth.

Oliver Cromwell - A Mid 19th Century Framed & Glazed Gilt Bronze Portrait Profile Bust.

'Nelson's Victory' 1805 - 1905 Centenary Commemorative Copper Salver, Made With HMS Victory Copper.

An Early 19th Century Napoleon Bonaparte Portrait Profile Stobwasser Type Snuff Box; the Emperor Adorned in Red and White Classical Robes.

19th Century Vice - Admiral Viscount Nelson Circular Gilt Brass Snuff Box with Battle Honours.

An Early 19th Century Oval Relief Metal Portrait Profile of George III in an Ebonised Rectangular Frame with Suspension Loop.

An Early 19th Century Bronzed Lead Portrait Roundel Depicting Queen Caroline, Wife of George II. In a Square Frame with Suspension Loop.

A 19th Century Set of Eight Grand Tour Framed Plaster Roundels.

Charles James Fox Two Gilt Copper Clichés of the Obverse of the 1806 Medal by T. Webb for Thomason & Jones, one incuse.

A Pair of Framed Copper Relief Plaques of King George V and Queen Mary.

A Large and Heavy 20th Century White Metal Bust of Vice-Admiral Viscount Nelson on a Socle Base, After Fredericks.

A French Silver Box 'Paris Plage 1914 - 1916', with Gilded Interior. Albert Deflon, Paris.

The Roi de Rome, An Early 19th Century Ormolu Mounted Circular Snuff Box with Central Engraving of the Infant Son of Napoleon Bonaparte, After Francois Gerard.

A 19th Century Framed & Glazed Gilt Metal Relief Lion Profile.

A 19th Century Framed & Glazed Gilt Metal Portrait Profile of the Duke of Wellington.

George IV Silver Dessert Knives & Forks for Six. Sheffield 1827 Aaron Hadfield.

The Peninsula War, Battle of Barrosa, Gilt Metal Mounted Tortoiseshell Snuff Box with Eagle Emblem. During the Battle a French Regimental Eagle was Captured by a Single British Division, who Defeated Two French Divisions.

A French Silver Plate on Copper Wood Lined Box, the Cover with Engraved Picture 'Le Billet Doux', after the Picture by Mariano Alonso Perez. Engraved by P. Girard.

A Silver Plated Box with Wood Lined Interior, the Cover with Image of TSS Arandora Star. She was a 1930's British Cruise Ship, converted to a Troop Ship in WW2. In 1940 she was Sunk by a German U-Boat with the Loss of 805 Souls, Mainly Interned Germans & Italians.

An Arts & Crafts Silver Plated Box. The Cover Inset with an Enamel Roundel.

Peninsula War, Battle of Talavera, Papier Mache Snuff Box.

3rd Cavalry Regiment British Indian Army Silver & Enamel Cigarette Case. Birmingham 1934 Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd. 4.5 troy ounces.

A Colonial Period Indian Silver Presentation Trophy Cup for the 17th Cavalry. Hamilton & Inches, Calcutta, circa 1921. 8 troy ounces.

A Pair of French Napoleon III & Imperatrice Brass Bust Bookends on Ebonised Plinths.

A Framed Gilt Metal Relief Portrait Profile of Napoleon Bonaparte.

A William IV Silver Inkstand. London 1837 George Frederick Pinnell. 15 troy ounces.

A George III Old Sheffield Plate Oval Pedestal Coffee Pot, Domed Cover with Ball Finial, Fruitwood Scroll-Capped Handle, Domed Foot & Crested. Circa 1810.

A Large 19th Century Copper Relief Portrait Profile of Napoleon Bonaparte Housed Within a Circular Wooden Frame.

An Ornate Victorian Silver Plated Inkstand with Two Diamond Cut Glass Ink Bottles, Wax Compartment, Taperstick Holder and Snuffer, circa 1850 - 60.

George IV Silver and Carved Mother of Pearl Cased Dessert Knives and Forks for Twelve. Sheffield 1824 - 29, Aaron Hadfield.

Six George II Silver Tablespoons of Hanoverian Pattern. London 1742 James Wilks. Ex Dutton Manor, Lancashire. 13.2 troy ounces.

An Indian Colonial Silver Inkstand with Presentation Inscription to 35 (Madras Presidency) Squadron, RAF from the Madras Governor’s War Fund. Orr Silver, Madras circa 1947. 46 troy ounces.

19th Century Gilt Metal Relief Profile of the Duke of Wellington.

Anglo Indian Silver Armorial Waiter for Lieutenant General Henry Thomas CB. He fought in the Peninsula War and the War of 1812. A Detailed Heraldry Report Accompanies this item. Mathies & Barron, Bombay circa 1830. 13.9 troy ounces.

A Set of Eight George III Silver Dinner Plates with the Arms of Henry William Paget,  1st Marquess of Anglesey (Earl of Uxbridge 1812 - 1815). The Engraving is After Lord Anglesey was Appointed Knight of the Garter in 1818. Perhaps Best Known for Leading the Heavy Cavalry Charge against Comte D'Erlon's Column at The Battle of Waterloo in 1815. At the End of Battle he Lost a Leg to a Cannonball. 130 troy ounces. 

Victorian Royal Engineers Regimental Silver Snuff Box. Birmingham 1866, Colen Hewer Cheshire. 5.9 troy ounces.

Edwardian Silver Flat-Top Tankard with the Arms of Moore for the Earl of Drogheda. London 1905 Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd. 18.6 troy ounces. 

George V Silver Armorial Inkstand in the George I/II Style. London 1924 D & J Wellby. 
Arms of Brocklehurst & Lascelles of Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire. 38.5 troy ounces.

Early Victorian Silver Inkstand. London 1839 Richard Sibley, Retailed by Makepeace of London. Provenance: The Eric William Towler Collection formerly from Glympton Park, Oxfordshire. 56 troy ounces.

George III Silver Inkstand with the Arms of Colby. London 1813/14 Joseph Craddock & William Ker Reid. 49.5 troy ounces.

An Indian Colonial Silver Tankard 'Balmer Lawrie Polo Cup 1936'. Cooke & Kelvey, Calcutta. 13.8 troy ounces.

A Victorian Silver Hip Flask, 'D.K Robertson, Norfolk Regt from H.C.B 1887'. London 1885 William Summers.

British Indian Army Cased Set of Six Silver Teaspoons for North Western Railway Volunteer Rifles.

An Early 20th Century Cased Set of Twelve Silver Plated Teaspoons with Arts & Crafts Detail to the Stems. Retailed by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh. Made by Charles James Allen of Sheffield.

A Victorian Cased Set of Four Gilt Lined Silver Plated Cauldron Salts with Beaded Detail & Raised on Hoof Feet. With Four Matching Salt Spoons. Elkington & Co. 1883/84.

George VI Cased Set of Six Silver & Enamel Teaspoons, Pierced Crest & 'HMS RENOWN' to each Terminal. Issued to Commemorate her 1926 Refit. Birmingham 1926 Souvenir Manufacturing Co. 2.3 troy ounces.

A Victorian Silver Plated Souffle Dish & Liner. Elkington & Co. 1893.

A Set of Four Russian First Half 19th Century Copper Relief Plaques. Of Neoclassical Style Commemorating Military Achievements in 1812 & 1826. 

Uniface Medallion for Admiral Lord Exmouth (Obverse of the 1816 Bombardment of Algiers Medal).

Royal Canadian Armed Forces Uniface Bronze Medallion presented by Admiral Sir Michael Boyce GCB OBE ADC Chief of Defence Staff.

A Large George IV Silver Inkstand. London 1825 Joseph Angell I. 51 troy ounces.

A Georgian, George III, OId Sheffield Plate Coffee Pot with the Marital Arms of Brigadier General Sir William Cator (1785 - 1866) K.C.B., circa 1810 - 20. As a young Second Lieutenant, in the Royal Artillery, he fought with Wellington in the Peninsular War. He was Mentioned in Dispatches by Wellington on Several Occasions.

A Set of Twelve George IV Scottish Silver Tablespoons, with Engraved Crest of Lion Passant over Coronet under the Ribboned Motto "Vivre Pour Mourir Mourir Pour Vivre". Edinburgh 1822  Alexander Henderson. 31 troy ounces.

An Edwardian Silver Inkstand. London 1903 Solomon Joel Phillips. 19.9 troy ounces.

An Edwardian Silver Inkstand. London 1908 Charles Asprey & George Asprey. 25 troy ounces.

A George V set of Six Silver Teaspoons with the Cypher for the First Calcutta Volunteer Rifles. Sheffield 1915 Mappin & Webb.

Victorian Cast Iron Relief Plaque of The Duke of Wellington by Jobson's of Derby, dated 1854.

An Elizabeth II Silver Box of circular form, the hinged cover applied with the bust of Nelson with H.M.S Victory engraved behind, inscribed 'HORATIO NELSON 1805-2005', in a fitted box. London 2005 Richard Jarvis of Pall Mall. 6.3 troy ounces.

A Set of Six George II Silver Hanoverian Tablespoons. London 1740. 12.8 troy ounces.

Six George II Silver Hanoverian Tablespoons. London 1738 Richard Pargeter. 11.3 troy ounces.

A Pair of Early Victorian Old Sheffield Plate Oval Meat Dishes. Crested for General Sir James Yorke Scarlett KCB. He Commanded the Heavy Brigade at The Battle of Balaklava in 1854 during The Crimean War, Defeating a Numercially Stronger Russian Army.

A George III Silver Meat Skewer. London1802 probably William Eley I. 3.1 troy ounces.

A George III Silver Soup Ladle. London 1808 Peter & William Bateman. 6.1 troy ounces.

George V Silver Treasury Inkstand Presented to Lionel de Rothschild from the Marquess of Londonderry. London 1912 Lambert & Co. 67 troy ounces.

George IV Cased Silver Dessert Service for Twelve. London 1822 Richard Poulden.

George II Silver Christening Mug. London 1754 William Grundy. 2.6 troy ounces.

Late Victorian Cased Set of Silver Fish Servers. Sheffield 1897 James Deakin & Sons. The Fitted Case with Burgundy Silk & Velvet Lined Interior.

Pair of William Bateman Crested Silver Entree Dishes & Covers. London 1824.

George III Pair of Silver Hash Dishes & Covers. London 1792 Edward Fernell.

Silver Plated Meat Domes for The Earl of Shrewsbury with Coronet and Lion Silver Handles by Paul Storr.