An impressive Falkland Islands collection, two volumes, from 1878-1979, to include, many 1/2d, 1d, 2d, 2 1/2d, 4d, 6d, 9d, and 1 shilling mint and used, 1894 and 1896 covers, half crown and 5 shillings, mint, used and Specimen, , 1904-1912 Definitives mint, used and Specimens, War Stamps overprints, block of 8 War Stamp 1d, 1929 Definitive through to £1, mint used and cover1910-1935 Silver Jubilee block of 8 x 1d with lightening conductor variety, Victory issue, including a block of 15 x 1d, and 3d, through to 1978. (2).
A Nintendo Game and Watch (Donkey Kong Circus, Model MK-96) panorama screen handheld game c.1984 (serial number 90907750)
To be sold on behalf on Monkey World, Dorset
An early 20th century tin plate model of a car & driver.
An Avery Hardoll petrol pump with half gallon face, pump and hose, patent no.410.13, 183 x 56 cm
Rolex, Submariner, a stainless steel automatic with date wristwatch, Ref. 16610, circa 1992, movement cal. 3135, 31 jewels, black dial, applied triangular, baton and dot indexes, magnified date aperture, centre seconds, Oyster case, screw-down crown and back, calibrated bezel, stainless steel Oyster bracelet, case, dial, movement and bracelet signed, diameter 40 mm, Rolex tag N401034, Oyster and Submariner booklets, N401034 guarantee dated 02.09.92, Rolex anchor, Rolex service receipt dated 02/08/01, original purchase receipt for £1,315, case with pad, box, one owner.
The Submariner is known as one of Rolex’s most iconic tool watches. Developed in 1954, for scuba diver’s to measure the time spent under the water, it has had continuous upgrades over the years. It was adapted for military use and early models achieved cult status when they were worn by James Bond in the 1960’s films
A Claud Butler gents 'Alpina' 2020 mountain bike, grey/red, lightweight alloy, 19 inch frame, 27.5 inch wheels.
C.1960 BSA Sunbeam 250, Project, 250cc. Registration number 656 LNN not recorded with DVLA. Frame number not found. Engine number not found.
The BSA Sunbeam, also sold as the Triumph Tigress, was a scooter designed to have good performance and handling for the motorcycle enthusiast. The entry of the BSA group into the scooter field was announced by Edward Turner in October 1958. The design by Edward Turner drew on Triumph's long experience of building fast motorcycles, and was sold under two brand names to take advantage of established distribution networks. This badge engineering was one of the last uses of the Sunbeam marque. The differences between the BSA Sunbeam and Triumph Tigress were entirely cosmetic - the former in polychromatic green paint, also two-tone red and cream, with a BSA badge; the latter in a shell blue or mimosa and ivory (two tone) with Triumph badging.
The scooter was available with a 250 cc four-stroke twin or 175 cc two-stroke single-cylinder engine. The 250 cc model was discontinued in 1964, the 175 cc model in 1965.
The registration number is not recorded with DVLA and there is no paperwork.
A LNWR metal signal in/out indicator, copper facia stamped L&NW Ry electrical & signal dept., Crewe.
weight approx 4kg
A coin operated singing bird in cage automaton, probably, French, circa 1890, the bird with moving head, beak and tail feather synchronized to the birdsong, under a gilt brass cage with one penny coin entry shoot, on a canted rectangular gold painted pine base pull out drawer, key stamped Bird Cage EMD, 60 cm.
1989 VW Polo Mk2, 1272cc. Registration number G775 MKH. Chassis number WVWZZZ80ZKW168973. Engine number 2G040290.
The Polo Mk2 was introduced in October 1981, with the major change being the introduction of a third body style with a steep rear window, in addition to a version resembling the original Mk1 shape with a diagonal rear window.
The Polo competed in the supermini sector with its new rivals like Austin Metro and Ford Fiesta and it was one of the largest superminis in production at this time, meaning that it was close to larger cars including the Ford Escort in terms of size, space and price. Within two years of its launch, however, it was faced with competition from a wave of new rivals, particularly the Fiat Uno and Peugeot 205.
MKH was purchased new by our deceased vendor and used sparingly over its time with her. There is a large folder of receipts dating back to the early 1990’s confirming the current mileage of 44,512 miles. The last MOT was carried out in September 2020 although we do not have the official paperwork. 5 speed gearbox.
Sold with the V5C, MOT history and a large collection of receipts. The car was driven from Bridlington to our Goole saleroom on trade plates and no issues were noted, although we would advise safety checks as it has been stood for a while.