Transit 17 seater minibus

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Saturday 20 October 2018

Commencing at 10:30am

Bedford Auction Centre


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

A 2004 b(53) Ford Transit, 2.4 litre diesel twin axle,
17 seater minibus to be sold by auction.
170,000 km (Tacho fitted)

P1730238The selection of items forms a part of our weekly Sale 4.

The sale is open for viewing all day Friday 8am – 8pm. To find out more about this auction click ‘Auction & Catalogue Details’ above.

Recent Highlights in Bedford Auction Centre

Four felt cards displaying a collection of brass and metalware livery and military buttons (approx. 210), together with a further collection of loose military buttons including Russian Police uniform buttons and others (qty)

Sold for £460

A horn handled hunting knife and sheath, the blade engraved 'From P. Ashley Cooper, Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1934', overall l. 30.5 cm, together with a spear head (2)

Sold for £750

A 20th century bracket clock, the movement striking on a gong and bell with eight chimes and repeater cord, the silvered face with Roman numerals and three subsidiary dials, within an ebonised and gilt metal mounted case, h. 71 cm

Sold for £800

A. Wilkinson: a needlwork depicting plumed birds of paradise and tropical birds, 62 x 49 cm
*This needlework is sold with a letter written by the artist, aged 82 in 1960. He describes how he never would have believed he could have completed this piece, recounting how he received the 'last sacrament' during the Boer War and was reported dead by the War Office in 1901, later spending time in nine hospitals.

Sold for £750

After Francis Stamper, London: a 19th century brass lantern clock with an anchor escapement, the movement striking on a bell, the dial with Roman numerals, on a later oak bracket,
h. 90 cm overall

Sold for £950

18th Century School,
A half-length portrait believed to be George III when Prince of Wales,
oil on canvas,
laid to board,
74 x 61 cm

Sold for £1,200

A late Georgian mahogany dining table, reducing to a side table, with a concertina folding base and two additional leaves, in the manner of Robert Wright of Bond Street, Hull, 64 cm to 324 cm

Sold for £1,000

A Harley Aircraft Landing Light, Model No. F, No. 7599, with a copper and aluminum casing, on an adjustable tripod base

Sold for £460

Original watercolours by an accomplished hand depicting a variety of European National Costumes with manuscript titles in French. Contained within a landscape qto qtr binding, gilt with marbled boards. Unattributed.

Sold for £600

A George I and later walnut, crossbanded and feather banded bureau, the fall-front enclosing a fitted interior over two short and two long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, bearing a later ivorine label for Spillman & Co., w. 97 cm

Sold for £800

A group of approximately eighty cap badges relating to county and city regiments including London Rifle Brigade, Devonshire, City of London Volunteer Corps, Liverpool Scottish, Suffolk, Westmorland etc.

Sold for £440

A late 19th century fusee wall clock by John Walker, 77 Cornhill & 230 Regent Street, London, 5713, within a mahogany circular case, d. 38 cm

Sold for £550

After Jules Moigniez (1835-1894), a pair of brown patinated bronze figures modelled as stags on naturalistic bases and marble plinths, h. 75 cm

Sold for £700

A 19th century French repeater carriage clock, the movement stamped Paris and striking on a gong, marked 8289, the enamelled face with Roman and Arabic numerals, within a brass and five-glass case, h. 20 cm, in a fitted leather case

Sold for £500

A late 19th/early 20th century German violin with a two-part back, bearing a paper Stradiuarius label, together with a German ebony, metalwares and mother-of-pearl mounted bow, in a similar case

Sold for £840

Pieter Christian Dommersen
(Dutch, fl. 1865-1913),
Fishermen on a calm coastline,
signed and dated 1902,
oil on board,
29.5 x 39 cm

Sold for £1,000

A Chinese Export metalware three piece bachelor's tea service typically relief decorated with blossoming branches, dragons and traditional scenes, Wing Nam & Co.

Sold for £1,500

A late 19th century brass precision theodolite by Carl Bamberg, Friedenau, No. 6478, on an ebonised tripod stand

Sold for £1,100

A Meissen figural group modelled as a family at rest on a rococo base, h. 10 cm, together with four further Continental figural groups (5)

Sold for £550

A pair of Cantonese bottle vases typically decorated in coloured enamels with traditional court scenes within foliate fields, h. 34.5 cm

Sold for £650

Recent Highlights in Jewellery

A Portuguese 18ct yellow gold articulated bricklink bracelet with fine engraved scrolled decoration, clasp stamped '800', 48.4 gms

Sold for £1,150

A 19th century 18ct yellow gold elongated link watch chain with t-bar and lobster clasp, (clasp 15ct), hallmarked for Chester 1888, overall 67.5 gms

Sold for £1,220

An 18ct white gold ring set pear shaped fancy pink/purple diamond in a three claw setting, the shoulders each set a tapered baguette cut white diamond, central stone approximately 0.7 carats, ring size M, 2.5 gms

Sold for £1,500

An 18ct yellow gold band ring set three rows of seventeen baguette cut diamonds in a brick setting, ring size L, 10.8 gms

Sold for £1,800

A yellow metal articulated link bracelet set thirteen graduated brilliant cut diamonds, each in a six claw setting, central stone approximately 0.5 carats, overall 6.7 gms

Sold for £2,000

An early 21st century gentleman's stainless steel cased 'Reverso Duo Dial-Night & Day' wristwatch by Jaeger-LeCoultre, the rectangular dial in the Art Deco manner with black Arabic numerals and second hand section, the reverse with a grey dial, luminous numerals at 12, 3 and 9 o'clock and 24 hour section on an articulated bracelet strap, dial w. 1.9 cm, movement numbered 2055301, with box and papers, purchased 19.10.01

Sold for £3,500

A late 19th century yellow metal ruby and diamond ring, the central ruby (approximately 1ct) flanked by two approximately 0.5ct diamonds and interspaced with diamond chips. Inscribed inside the shank: 'L.P from W.T 1893'

Sold for £2,100

A gentleman's stainless steel Speedmaster Professional wristwatch by Omega, the circular black dial with white Arabic and baton numerals and three subsidiary dials within a black enamelled bezel on a canvas strap, case back with NASA moon landing tribute, dial d. 3.3 cm

Sold for £1,700

A platinum three stone ring set emerald cut emerald and two brilliant cut diamonds in raised openwork settings, each diamond approximately 0.75 carats, ring size N 1/2, 3.7 gms

Sold for £2,750

An 18ct yellow gold ring set single brilliant cut diamond in an eight claw setting, stone approximately 2 carats, ring size O 1/2, 2.9 gms

Sold for £3,500

A late 19th century 18ct yellow gold cased half hunter pocket watch by Benson, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and second hand section within a plain case decorated in blue enamel, dial d. 4.1 cm, case hallmarked for London 1899, overall 119.8 gms, contained in a fitted case with gilt tooled decoration

Sold for £1,000

An 18ct yellow gold hinged bracelet set three rows of small brilliant cut diamonds within a diagonal twist setting, internal w. 5.6 cm, 44.2 gms

Sold for £1,200

A 14ct white gold ring set brilliant cut diamond in a raised four claw setting, the openwork shoulders set eight small diamonds in a modern setting, stone approximately 1.25 carats, ring size M, 6.6 gms

Sold for £1,500

A yellow metal full eternity ring set four rows of small brilliant cut diamonds, the sides also set a row of small diamonds, ring size K 1/2, 11.6 gms

Sold for £1,500

An 18ct yellow gold cocktail ring set four rows of brilliant cut diamonds within a circular undulating setting, ring size Q, 13.3 gms

Sold for £2,000

A gentleman's two colour stainless steel superlative chronometer 'Oyster Perpetual Datejust' wristwatch by Rolex, the circular silvered dial with diamond set hour markers and date aperture on a bracelet strap, dial d. 3 cm, with box and papers, first purchased in 1996 and serviced in 2005

Sold for £3,300

An early 20th century 18ct gold and platinum five stone diamond ring, set with five old cut graduating diamonds totaling approximately 1.50ct.

Sold for £1,100

A large 9ct gold mounted micro-mosaic brooch depicting a cherub riding a chariot. w. 6.5 cm.

Sold for £3,400

A white gold ring set centrally with an oval tanzanite in a four claw setting, the shoulders each set five small graduated diamonds, stone approximately 6 carats, ring size N 1/2, 6.7 gms

Sold for £2,300

A white metal two section clip of openwork design set brilliant and baguette cut diamonds throughout in the Belle-Epoque manner, overall l. 6.5 cm, 43.3 gms

Sold for £3,200

Recent Highlights in Retail Stock

Retail Stock

Raymond Weil gents wristwatch

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Sharp 90" LCD LED 3D smart TV set

Sold for £2200

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

Sold for £220

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

Sold for £720

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Small single axle galvanized trailer

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Unite U-820 wheel balancing machine

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Yamaha AEX 1500 Semi-Acoustic electric guitar with hard shell carry case

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(2010) Scania D Class P-SRS P230 Rigid Curtainside LGV, 18,000kg GVW

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Hiremaster 20ft corrugated metal collapsible metal storage container with pair of end opening doors

Sold for £540

YT63 AKN (2013) Ford Transit 100 T260 FWD, 2198cc diesel MOT: 21/10/2018 (no certificate)

Sold for £4,2300

Terex TC48 5 ton rubber tracked excavator complete with protection cage, 1 x 24'' bucket, 2 x 36'' buckets, 1 x 18'' bucket, 1 x 12'' bucket and a ditching bucket Year 2008 Hours 10063

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Kuboto 6100 garden tractor complete with bucket and forks

Sold for £1,750

Puma Yang Model FG15-3 1.5 tonne gas counter balance forklift truck, Year 2000, reading 2654 hours

Sold for £1,600 hammer price

A two seater electric Ez-go Golf buggy with charger and key

Sold for £1000

Morso wood burning stove with glass half plate and flu pipes

Sold for £400

Unite U-286 wheel changing machine

Sold for £800

All weather wicker garden patio seat of oval form with 8 matching armchairs and cushions and a cover

Sold for £700

Henri Selmer Paris Series III S80 Tenor Saxophone, accessories and case

Sold for £2,500

(2014) BMW 120D M Sport 5 door hatchback in black with Harmon Kardon Speakers, Sat Nav, Xenon headlights, Comfort package, Black panel display etc

Sold for £9,400

Large aluminum scaffold tower complete with wheels, out riggers, doors etc

Sold for £580

Thwaites 1 tonne skip loading dumper Year 2011 Hours 749

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Yamaha breeze quad bike

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Quingo Arc disability scooter with rainguard

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