Friday, 12 February 2016

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A SILVER ‘deaths head’ ring from the 1940s of the type personally presented to long-serving German SS officers sold for £150 in the last Barrow sale by Furness Auctions.

It is thought to have been one of those produced at the end of war. Named and dated examples have sold for thousands of pounds.

A resin model of Nipper the dog which was used to promote HMV products sold for £120 while a spinning wheel made £24.

Plaster figures of a whistling boy from the 1930s made £30 each while a train set in a box which was salvaged from a skip reached £30.

A pair of early 19th century Staffordshire greyhound figures sold for £105, a modern bronze figure made £40 and a collection of glass animal figures found a buyer at £30.

A pair of bisque figures reached £60, an egg coddler with a cricket design sold for £82 and £180 was paid for a set of collectable coins.

A solitaire ring made £250 and a character jug with a Gulliver design sold for £100.

A First World War bronze memorial plaque was sold at £42, a silver cruet set for £85 and a Moorcroft vase for £210.

A vintage chaise longe sold for £125 and a nearly new suite reached £160.

An Arts and Crafts washstand and dressing table went for £150 and a Victorian bedroom suite made £310.


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