PS308 | X | u | (No name, age unknown, auctioneer) unspecified |

HURPSUNK (respondent W0000) | X | u | (Unknown speaker, age unknown) other |

HURPSUGP (respondent W000M) | X | u | (Group of unknown speakers, age unknown) other |

- Tape 104801 recorded on 1993-12-09. LocationLondon: South Kensingiton ( auction rooms ) Activity: auction of mechanical music auction

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[1] Lot seventy does not have a horn with it ... but Lot ninety two, the good news is it does have a reproducer ... er ... Lot one hundred and eleven should have a black dot against it to indicate that it will be removed from the premises if not cleared within the stated time ... Lot one seven four is withdrawn ... one nine one ... the estimate should read eight to twelve hundred ... and finally Lot one nine eight is withdrawn. [2] Right, Lot one ... is ... on the screen now, yes, there it is, Lot one ... fifty pounds for this, fifty pounds anyone? [3] That's fifty pounds bid, [...] fifty five ... fifty five now, any more, fifty five. [4] All on fifty five [...] fifty five, any more? [5] At fifty five, all done? [6] Fifty five only ... sixty down there, thank you, sixty on the left, [...] sixty five ... seventy, five ... seventy against you on the left, now any more? [7] Seventy five, you all done at seventy five ... eighty ... eighty pounds now, eighty five ... eighty five, any more? [8] At eighty five bid ... [...] standing ... standing at eighty five against you all seated now, at ninety pounds, standing at the back and I'll sell at ninety pounds, are you all done, ninety pounds ... ninety five just in time ... one hundred ... one ten ... one twenty ... one thirty ... one thirty still on the left at the back at one thirty, any more now at a hundred and thirty pounds? [9] Can I have the number sir. [10] It is eight five seven, thank you very much. [11] And Lot two ... erm ... two receivers and an H M V ... pick-up attachment ... Lot two ... er ... fifty for these, fifty pounds anyone? [12] Fifty pounds ... fifty pounds, anyone at fifty ... fifty pounds, no one at fifty, twenty then, twenty pounds ... twenty pounds ... at twenty, twenty bid down there, thank you, any more at twenty? [13] Twenty pounds, twenty two ... twenty five, twenty eight ... thirty ... five ... forty, five ... forty five ... [...] forty five, all done at forty five, now any more? [14] At forty five, fifty standing ... fifty five ... fifty five [...] standing at fifty five, any more? [15] Fifty five pounds [...] ... all done at fifty five, now any more at fifty ... sixty ... sixty pounds up there [...] ... all done then at sixty pounds [...] |

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[16] Er Lot three ... [...] showing Lot three ... the er Radio Year Book ... [...] fifty pounds anyone? [17] At fifty pounds ... fifty bid, [...] sixty ... [...] seventy, seventy pounds ... any more at seventy? [18] Seventy pounds, five, any more? [19] At seventy five ... all done, at seventy five only, any more at seventy five pounds? [20] Any more ... at seventy five. [21] And Lot four ... is er ... an Amplion speaker [...] Lot four ... and I've fifty offered, any more at fifty, alright sixty ... sixty pounds, any more? [22] At sixty, all done at sixty only, sixty five, seventy ... five ... eighty ... five ... eighty five stands, any more at eighty five pounds? [23] All done at eighty five pounds ... ninety ... good for ninety five ... one hundred seated ... and ten ... one ten on the right standing [...] a hundred and ten ... against you all at [...] and twenty ... one thirty ... one thirty, on the right standing, at one thirty ... are you all done at a hundred and thirty pounds. [24] That's number ... nine O six, thank you. [25] And Lot five ... there's Lot five, the er ... V two ... Lot five and I have four hundred pounds offered for this one ... four hundred pounds and twenty ... four ... fifty, four eighty ... at four hundred and eighty pounds, any more at four eighty? [26] Five hundred ... five hundred now, any more at five hundred ... and fifty ... five hundred and fifty pounds, any more at five fifty? [...] at five hundred and fifty pounds against you [...] , are you all done? [27] At five hundred and fifty pounds ... any more? [28] For one three O. [29] And Lot six ... Brownie number two and ... [...] ... Lot six ... er fifty for these ... fifty pounds ... fifty, anyone at fifty? [30] Fifty five, sixty, sixty pounds, any more ... at sixty five, any more, seventy, seventy five ... eighty ... five ... ninety ... ninety standing, any more at ninety, all done? [31] At ninety only, any more at ninety pounds, all done, ninety five ... one hundred ... one ten ... one twenty ... one twenty standing, any more at a hundred and twenty? [32] All done at a hundred and twenty pounds. [33] [...] nine O six, thank you. [34] Lot seven ... is the Andia Cockatoo loudspeaker now showing, there it is, thank you, Lot seven ... and two hundred is offered for this, two hundred pounds and twenty, [...] two twenty ... forty, sixty ... two sixty now ... any more at two sixty, all done? [35] Two sixty, eighty, three hundred ... three hundred pounds [...] ... any more at three hundred pounds, all done at three hundred pounds, [...] and I'll sell ... at three hundred pounds, any more? [36] One one two five. [37] Whoop. [38] Lot eight ... is the Pye transportable [...] showing [...] twenty pounds ... [...] at twenty pounds ... twenty ... [...] twenty, twenty pounds ... at twenty pounds ... twenty pounds. [39] Lot nine ... is a Brownie number two ... thank you, there it is, Lot nine ... twenty for this one ... twenty pounds ... twenty [...] twenty two ... [...] twenty five ... twenty five seated, any more at twenty five pounds, [...] at twenty five, twenty eight ... thirty ... thirty five ... forty ... forty five ... fifty ... fifty pounds down here ... any more at fifty? [40] I'll sell at fifty pounds ... all done, fifty five standing ... [...] ... standing at fifty five, [...] sixty ... sixty there ... [...] now, sixty five ... seventy ... seventy pounds on the right, any more? [41] Against you on the aisle ... so eighty at the back now ... against you, all done at [...] eighty pounds ... right at the back, [...] eighty pounds, are you all done? [42] I'll sell at eighty pounds. [43] Number three one O ... thank you. |

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[44] Lot ten ... [...] Gecophone number one and I have eighty pounds [...] , eighty five, ninety ... ninety pounds, any more? [45] Ninety five ... at ninety five, any more at ninety five pounds? [46] All done then at ninety five, any more, ninety five, one hundred, one ten ... against you now, a hundred and ten, twenty, one thirty ... at one thirty with me, all done at one thirty? [47] I shall sell then, it's with me at a hundred and thirty pounds. [48] [...] . Lot eleven ... two Pye portables, Lot eleven ... fifty for them, fifty anyone? [49] At fifty pounds ... fifty ... [...] fifty pounds ... at fifty pounds [...] ... fifty pounds. [50] And Lot twelve ... is the Ediswan mains receiver, Lot twelve ... and I have forty offered for this, any more at forty? [51] Forty pounds, any more? [52] At forty, all done then at forty five standing, fifty ... fifty five, sixty ... sixty five ... standing at sixty five, any more ... at sixty five ... all done at sixty five, seventy ... seventy five ... [...] eighty ... eighty five ... ninety ... ninety five ... one hundred ... one ten ... one twenty ... one thirty ... forty ... one fifty ... sixty ... one sixty. [53] [...] one sixty, any more at a hundred and sixty pounds, [...] at one sixty ... any more? [...] thank you very much. [54] And Lot thirteen ... |

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[55] is the Grafonola ... with some needle tins and things, Lot thirteen, twenty for them, twenty pounds ... at thirty pounds, anyone at twenty ... twenty pounds, twenty three, any more, twenty ... at twenty pounds ... any advance on twenty pounds, two, five eight, thirty ... thirty pounds against you, thirty five ... forty ... forty five ... fifty ... fifty five ... sixty ... sixty five ... seventy ... seventy five ... standing at seventy five pounds now, any more ... at seventy five [...] at the back, I'll sell at seventy five pounds. [56] [...] and Lot fourteen ... is the cabinet now showing, thank you, Lot fourteen, fifty for it ... fifty pounds anywhere at fifty ... at fifty pounds ... fifty ... at fifty pounds ... fifty pounds, anywhere at fifty ... unwanted then at fifty pounds ... fifty pounds. [57] ... Lot fifteen ... thank you, is ... two portables, Lot fifteen, twenty for them ... twenty pounds anywhere ... at twenty ... at twenty pounds ... [...] any more at twenty ... twenty two ... twenty five ... twenty five pounds down there, twenty eight ... thirty ... thirty five ... forty ... five ... fifty ... five ... sixty ... five ... seventy ... seventy pounds seated, now any more at seventy, seventy five ... eighty ... eighty five ... ninety ... ninety five ... one hundred ... one ten ... one twenty ... one twenty seated, any more at one twenty? [58] All done then, I'll sell at a hundred and twenty pounds. [59] And the number is ... nine one seven, thank you, Lot sixteen ... mahogany cabinet gramophone, there it is, Lot sixteen, twenty for it ... twenty pounds anywhere? [60] At twenty pounds ... twenty bid ... twenty two ... twenty five, twenty eight ... twenty eight pounds against you now, any more at twenty eight? [61] All done at twenty eight pounds then, any more, thirty ... five ... thirty five against you standing, thirty five, all done then, at thirty five pounds, any more? [62] Forty ... forty five ... fifty ... on the [...] fifty pounds, any more at fifty and I'll sell at fifty pounds. [63] The number is ... nine two seven, thank you, Lot seventeen ... is a Stroviol ... and a couple of bows to go with it, Lot seventeen ... and I have sixty offered for these, five, seventy ... five ... seventy five pounds, any more? [64] At seventy five, eighty five ... ninety five ... one hundred, one ten ... against you now, one twenty ... one thirty ... one forty, one fifty ... with me, one sixty ... near the back at one sixty there, any more at one sixty? [65] All done at a hundred and sixty pounds ... one seventy [...] ... one seventy now on the [...] ... one eighty ... one ninety ... one ninety [...] two hundred ... two hundred pounds. [66] All done at two hundred and I'll sell at two hundred pounds. [67] Eight six one, thank you. [68] Lot eighteen is the H M V Model thirteen ... there it is, thank you ... various accessories to go with it, Lot eighteen ... hundred pounds for it, one hundred anywhere? [69] One hundred pounds ... one hundred ... one hundred bid, ten, twenty ... one thirty ... any more at a hundred and thirty pounds? [70] All done at a hundred and thirty only, one forty, one fifty ... sixty, one seventy ... eighty ... ninety ... standing at one ninety, any more? [71] All done then? [72] Bidding two hundred ... two two twenty on the aisle ... |

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[73] bidding ... two forty ... bidding? [74] Er two sixty ... two eighty ... two eighty the [...] bid, any more at two eighty now? [75] I'll sell at two hundred and eighty pounds ... are you all done at two hundred and eighty pounds. [76] And your number? [77] Eight six three. [78] And Lot nineteen ... is the H M V Model ... one six three, now showing, thank you, Lot nineteen and I've three hundred offered and twenty [...] |

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[79] three eighty, four hundred and twenty ... four eight, four fifty, four eighty ... at four eighty now, any more at four eighty? [80] Four hundred and eighty pounds ... all done at four eighty, five hundred and fifty, six hundred and fifty ... at six fifty now, any more? [81] It's with me at six hundred and fifty pounds ... all done at six fifty then? [82] I'll sell ... at six hundred and fifty pounds ... any more? [83] One three six. [84] Lot twenty ... is a Pathe Gaulois ... glass horn, there it is now showing, Lot twenty and I have ... three hundred offered, three twenty ... three fifty ... three eighty, four hundred ... twenty ... fifty, four eighty ... at four hundred and eighty pounds ... any more at four eighty, five hundred and fifty ... five fifty, any more? [85] Five fifty, six hundred, six fifty ... six hundred and fifty pounds, any more? [86] Six ... seven hundred, seven fifty ... seven hundred and fifty ... eight hundred ... on my right now at eight hundred pounds, any more? [87] At eight hundred, eight fifty ... eight fifty on my left ... nine hundred ... nine hundred pounds, any more? [88] It's against you ... bidding on my right at nine hundred pounds, now any more ... at nine hundred pounds? [89] You all done then, [...] on my right ... nine hundred pounds ... any more? [90] All done? [91] Six six five, thank you. [92] Lot twenty one ... the lacquer cabinet gramophone ... thank you, there it is showing, twenty for this ... twenty pounds anywhere ... at twenty ... twenty pounds [...] any more at twenty? [93] All done at twenty only, two ... five ... eight ... thirty ... five ... forty ... five ... forty five standing, any more at forty five pounds? [94] Fifty ... fifty five ... sixty ... five ... seventy ... seventy pounds standing there, any more at seventy? [95] I'll sell then ... seventy five ... eighty ... five ... ninety ... five ... one hundred, one ten ... twenty, thirty ... one thirty ... on the left now at the back one thirty ... are you all done at one hundred and thirty pounds? [96] Number ... nine six seven, thank you. [97] Er Lot twenty two ... is a Beltona portable ... there it is, thank you ... thirty offered for this, any more at thirty? [98] Thirty pounds, any more? [99] Five, forty ... at forty pounds ... any more? [100] At forty, all done at forty pounds ... five ... fifty ... five, sixty ... five, seventy ... five, eighty ... five ... eighty five at the back, any more? [101] Eighty five pounds then, at the back and I'll sell at eighty five, ninety on the aisle, ninety five ... one hundred ... one ten ... one twenty ... one twenty on the aisle, at one twenty, are you all done at a hundred and twenty pounds? [102] [...] . Now Lot twenty three ... a red portable one O one, there it is, Lot twenty three ... twenty for it ... twenty pounds anywhere ... at thirty pounds, thirty ... twenty bid, thank you, any more at thirty ... thirty five ... forty ... five ... fifty ... five ... sixty ... five ... seventy ... seventy pounds seated, any more at seventy? [103] Five ... eighty ... eighty five ... ninety ... ninety pounds [...] ninety ... are you all done and I'll sell at ninety pounds. [104] [...] one seven, thank you. [105] Lot twenty four ... this is the model one six three ... there it is, thank you, I'd like two hundred offered for this one ... two hundred pounds ... any more at two hundred? [106] Two hundred pounds, any more? [107] At two hundred pounds, are you all done at two hundred, two twenty, two forty ... two sixty, two eighty ... three hundred, three twenty ... three fifty, three eighty ... three eighty with me now ... four hundred ... on my right at four hundred pounds, are you all done at four hundred? [108] I shall sell then at four hundred pounds. [109] Five seven six, thank you. [110] Lot twenty five ... little red Peter Pan ... there it is now showing, thank you and I've a hundred pounds offered for this, any more at one hundred? [111] One hundred pounds and ten, one twenty, one thirty, one forty ... one fifty, one sixty ... seventy, eighty, one ninety, two hundred ... and twenty ... two twenty seated, any more? [112] At two hundred and twenty pounds ... two forty ... two sixty, two eighty ... three hundred ... three hundred pounds, three twenty on the aisle ... three fifty ... three eighty ... three eighty on the aisle, bidding sir? [...] for three ... that bid's on the aisle, three eighty, any more at three hundred, four hundred ... four hundred and twenty ... on the aisle at four twenty, now any more at four hundred and twenty pounds and I shall sell at four hundred and twenty pounds. [...] |

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[113] Lot twenty six ... is the Edison disc phonograph, there it is, thank you, Lot twenty six, hundred pounds for this, one hundred anywhere, one hundred pounds bid, ten, twenty, any more at one twenty, thirty ... one thirty now, any more? [114] You all done at one thirty, [...] one forty, one fifty ... one sixty, seventy ... one eighty ... one eighty on the right, any more? [115] At a hundred and eighty pounds, standing on my right at a hundred and eighty pounds, are you all done? [116] I shall sell at one hundred and eighty pounds, any more. [117] That's number ... five seven six, thank you. [118] Lot twenty seven ... is the cottage gramophone ... there it is, thank you, Lot twenty seven and I have a hundred offered and ten, twenty, one thirty ... forty, one fifty, any more at one fifty? [119] One hundred and fifty, sixty, seventy ... one seventy now, one eighty, one ninety, two hundred and twenty, two forty, two sixty, two eighty, three hundred, three twenty ... in the front at three twenty now, any more? [120] At three hundred and twenty in the front row and I'll sell at three twenty, are you all done at three hundred and twenty pounds. [121] [...] thank you. [122] Lot twenty eight ... is a Klingsor ... there's the Klingsor now showing, Lot twenty eight and I have five hundred offered for it, any advance on five hundred pounds? [123] Five hundred pounds, any more? [124] At five hundred, all done at five fifty, six hundred ... six fifty, seven hundred ... seven hundred pounds with me now, any more? [125] At seven hundred pounds, seven fifty ... eight hundred ... eight hundred, it's against you now, any more at eight hundred pounds [...] still with me at eight hundred, are you all done at eight hundred pounds? [126] I shall sell then at eight hundred pounds, against you all in the room. [127] Number one two nine. [128] And Lot twenty nine ... is a Mikkyphone, that kind of Mikkyphone, Lot twenty nine ... and I have a hundred pounds offered, any more at a hundred? [129] One hundred pounds and ten, one twenty ... one twenty, it's against you now, one thirty, one forty, one fifty, one sixty ... against you at one sixty, the bid's with me at one sixty, any more? [130] One seventy on the aisle ... one eighty ... one ninety ... down on the aisle at one ninety now, any more? [131] At a hundred and ninety ... two hundred ... two twenty ... two twenty, any more bids? [132] On the aisle at two twenty now, are you all done at two twenty? [133] I'll sell then at two hundred and twenty pounds. [134] [...] thank you. [135] Lot thirty ... is a Peter Pan ... there it is now showing, Lot thirty ... a hundred pounds for it, one hundred anywhere? [136] One hundred pounds, one hundred and [...] ten, one twenty ... thirty, forty ... one forty standing, any more at one forty? [137] All done then at a hundred and forty pounds, standing at the back, one fifty ... one sixty ... one seventy, one eighty ... one eighty standing, any more at one eighty? [138] It's against you seated and I'll sell at one hundred and eighty pounds, one ninety ... two hundred ... standing at two hundred now, against you seated, are you all done at two hundred pounds? [...] six six, thank you. [139] Lot thirty one ... is the Model four six one, Lot thirty one ... there it is now showing, thank you, fifty for it? [140] Fifty pounds anywhere at fifty? [141] At fifty, fifty pounds bid, five, sixty ... sixty pounds ... five, any more? [142] Sixty five [...] all done at sixty five now, any more? [143] Six, seventy, thank you, standing, seventy five ... eighty ... eighty five ... ninety ... standing at ninety pounds, against you seated at ninety pounds, are you all done? [144] I shall sell then at ninety pounds, any more, ninety five ... ninety five on my left, now any more at ninety five pounds? [145] I'll sell at ninety five. [146] Number ... eight six [...] , thank you. [147] Lot thirty two ... [clears throat] is ... the H M V [...] one O one showing now, Lot thirty two ... and I have fifty offered for these, five, sixty ... sixty pounds ... any more at sixty? [148] At sixty pounds, five, seventy ... five, eighty ... five, ninety ... ninety pounds, any more? [149] Ninety five ... one hundred standing ... standing at a hundred pounds now, any more? |

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[150] At a hundred pounds, are you all done? [151] And ten ... one hundred and ten up here on my right, any more at a hundred and ten pounds? [152] I shall sell then at one hundred, and twenty ... one twenty, [...] at a hundred and twenty pounds, are you all finished at one hundred and twenty pounds? [153] And thirty, just in time, any more then at a hundred and thirty pounds. [154] And the number's [...] , thank you. [155] Lot thirty three ... is a horn gramophone ... there showing, thank you, Lot thirty three ... erm ... a hundred and fifty offered for this ... one hundred and fifty pounds, any more? [156] One fifty, one sixty, one seventy ... one seventy now, any more at a hundred and seventy? [157] All done then at a hundred and seventy, one eighty seated, one ninety ... two hundred, two twenty, forty ... two sixty ... two hundred and sixty pounds, any more at two sixty? [158] All done at a hundred and sixty, any more at two ... two eighty ... seated then at two hundred and eighty pounds ... any more, are you all done? [159] At two hundred and eighty pounds. [160] [...] nine three, thank you. [161] Lot thirty four ... another horn gramophone now showing, thank you and I have two hundred offered for this, [...] twenty, two forty, two sixty, any more at two sixty? [162] Two eighty, three hundred, three twenty, three fifty, three eighty ... on my right at three eighty now, any more? [163] At three hundred and eighty pounds there and I shall sell at three hundred and eighty pounds. [164] [...] thank you. [165] Lot thirty five ... is the French phonograph now showing, Lot thirty five ... a hundred is offered for this, one hundred pounds and ten, one twenty, one thirty, any more at one thirty? [166] One hundred and thirty pounds, any more? [167] One forty, one fifty ... sixty, one seventy ... eighty, one ninety, two hundred and twenty ... forty, sixty ... one sixty, any more? [168] Two sixty [...] , two eighty ... two eighty down there now any more at two eighty? [169] You all done then at two hundred and eighty pounds? [170] Three hundred seated ... three twenty ... three twenty standing, all done at three twenty and I'll sell at three hundred and twenty pounds, three fifty ... three eighty ... three hundred and eighty pounds standing, any more? [171] Bidding? [172] Four hundred ... four twenty ... four twenty standing, any more? [173] Four twenty standing then and I'll sell at four hundred and twenty pounds. [174] Nine ... seven six, thank you. [175] And Lot thirty six is a Puck ... there it is, thank you, Lot thirty six, fifty for this ... fifty pounds anywhere at fifty? [176] Fifty pounds ... fifty bid, thank you, fifty five ... sixty ... sixty five, seventy, five, eighty, five, ninety, five ... one hundred, one ten ... twenty, thirty, forty, one fifty ... one sixty ... one sixty at the back, any more at one sixty? [177] I shall sell then, one seventy new bidder ... one seventy on the aisle, now any more at a hundred and seventy, one eighty ... one eighty at the back again, all done then at a hundred and eighty pounds. [178] [...] thank you. [179] Lot thirty seven ... is an Edison Gem phonograph ... as you can see it has some cylinders with it ... er fifty pounds for it, fifty pounds any bids, five, sixty, five, seventy ... five, eighty, ninety, one hundred ... a hundred pounds and ten ... any more at a hundred and ten? [180] One hundred and ten pounds, any more? [181] One twenty, one thirty ... one forty, one fifty ... sixty, one seventy, one eighty ... one eighty up here, any more at one eighty? [182] One ninety ... two hundred, two twenty ... two forty, two sixty ... two sixty seated, any more at two sixty? [183] All done then at two hundred and sixty pounds ... two eighty new bidder ... three hundred ... three hundred pounds, all done at three hundred then [...] I'll sell at three hundred pounds. [184] [...] thank you. [185] Lot thirty eight ... is the mahogany Monarch with brass horn now showing, thank you, I've five hundred pounds offered, any more at five hundred? [186] Five hundred pounds, any more? [187] At five fifty, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred and fifty, eight hundred and fifty, nine hundred and fifty, one thousand ... one hundred, two hundred, three hundred, four hundred ... five hundred ... at one thousand five hundred pounds on my right, six hundred ... seven hundred ... one thousand seven hundred pounds on my right now, any more at one thousand seven hundred pounds? [188] I shall sell then at one thousand seven hundred pounds. [189] Number nine seven six, thank you. [190] And Lot thirty nine ... is four six O, there it is, Lot thirty nine ... two hundred offered for it, any more at two hundred, and twenty ... two hundred and twenty pounds, any more? [191] At two forty, two sixty ... two eighty, three hundred ... three twenty, three fifty ... three eighty, four hundred ... and twenty, four fifty ... four eighty, five hundred, and fifty ... five fifty standing now, any more? [192] At five hundred and fifty pounds, all done then? [193] Six hundred new bidder ... [...] six, six fifty ... six fifty standing ... seven hundred, seven fifty ... seven fifty standing, all done at seven fifty then and I shall sell at seven hundred and fifty pounds. [194] [...] one two, thank you. [195] Lot forty ... is the Zonophone advertisement now showing, thank you, Lot forty for which I have eighty pounds offered, ninety, one hundred and ten, one twenty, one thirty ... one thirty standing, any more at one thirty? [196] All done? [197] Standing at the back, one thirty and I'll sell at one hundred and thirty pounds. [198] [...] thank you. [199] Lot forty one ... Edison Gem ... there it is, Lot forty one ... eighty is offered for this ... eighty pounds, ninety, one hundred ... one hundred against you now, any more? [200] At a hundred pounds, all done then at a hundred and ten [...] , twenty ... one thirty, one forty ... fifty, one sixty ... seventy, one eighty ... one eighty with me, it's [...] , any more at one eighty? [201] I shall sell then at a hundred and eighty pounds, are you all done at one eighty? [202] [...] Lot forty two ... two Columbia portables ... there they are now, thank you, Lot forty two, fifty for them ... fifty pounds anywhere for the portables? [203] Twenty then, twenty pounds ... twenty pounds [...] at the back, any more? [204] Twenty two ... five ... eight standing ... twenty eight pounds standing now, any more at twenty eight, thirty, thirty five, forty ... forty five, fifty ... fifty pounds on my right, any more at fifty? [205] Fifty five ... fifty five [...] at the back, any more at fifty five pounds? |

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[206] Sixty on the aisle ... sixty five ... sixty five standing, all done at sixty five pounds? [207] I shall sell then at sixty five pounds ... seventy, just in time, any more at seventy? [208] It's on the aisle now at seventy pounds. [209] And that number is ... nine two seven, thank you. [210] And Lot forty three ... is an H M V one O one ... and a Columbia as well thank you, Lot forty three and I have forty offered for these, any more at forty? [211] Five, fifty ... five, sixty ... sixty pounds with me, any more? [212] Sixty five, seventy, five, eighty ... eighty pounds, any more? [213] Five, ninety ... ninety pounds with me, any more at ninety? [214] I'll sell them at ninety pounds, ninety five, one hundred ... one hundred pounds still with me, any more? [215] Are you all done at one hundred pounds. [216] [...] six one. [217] Lot forty four ... there it is now showing, Lot forty four ... twenty for this, twenty pounds anywhere? [218] At twenty ... two in the Lot ... twenty pounds anywhere? [219] Twenty bid, twenty two ... five, eight ... thirty ... five ... thirty five pounds, any more? [220] Forty ... forty pounds standing, any more at forty? [221] Bidding? [222] Standing then at forty pounds, are you all done and I'll sell, forty five ... fifty ... fifty pounds standing, any more at fifty? [223] Are you all done then at fifty pounds and I shall sell at fifty pounds. [224] Nine six O, thank you. [225] And Lot forty five ... thank you, Lot forty five is ... that's Lot forty five ... an Edison Home phonograph [...] Lot forty five, an Edison Home phonograph with H reproducer and large brass horn ... and I have two hundred pounds offered for it, two hundred pounds, any more at two hundred? [226] Two hundred and twenty, two forty, two sixty, two eighty, three hundred, three twenty, three fifty, three eighty ... three eighty, it's against you now, any more at three eighty? [227] The bid's with me at three hundred and eighty pounds and I shall sell, are you all done at three hundred and eighty pounds. [228] [...] . Lot forty six ... Trade-Mark gramophone, there it is on the screen now, Lot forty six ... I've a thousand pounds offered for this, one thousand pounds, any advance on a thousand? [229] One hundred ... two hundred ... three hundred, four hundred ... five hundred, six hundred ... seven hundred ... one thousand seven hundred pounds standing, any more? [230] One thousand eight hundred ... nine hundred ... two thousand ... two thousand two hundred ... two thousand two hundred pounds, any more? [231] Two thousand four hundred ... two thousand six hundred ... standing at two thousand six hundred pounds, any more? [232] Two thousand six hundred pounds and I shall sell at two thousand six hundred pounds. [233] Three two seven, thank you. [234] Lot forty seven ... is five postcards ... there's the two, there they are ... twenty pounds for them ... twenty anywhere? [235] At twenty pounds ... twenty ... twenty pounds ... twenty is bid, thank you, in the doorway, any more at twenty? [236] I'll sell them at twenty pounds then, in a single bid, are you all done at twenty pounds? [237] Any more, it's in the doorway at twenty pounds ... twenty two ... twenty two near me now, any more at twenty two pounds? [238] All finished at twenty two, twenty five ... twenty eight ... twenty eight still [...] , twenty eight then, all done now at twenty eight pounds. [239] Number ... [...] ... nine one five, thank you. [240] Lot forty eight ... a Style number six now showing, thank you, Lot forty eight ... and I have three hundred offered, three twenty, three fifty ... three hundred and fifty pounds, any more at three fifty? [241] All done, three eighty, four hundred ... four twenty, four fifty, four eighty, five hundred ... and fifty, six hundred ... and fifty, seven hundred and fifty ... at seven hundred and fifty pounds, any more? [242] Eight hundred and fifty ... nine hundred ... and fifty ... one thousand ... one hundred ... two hundred ... three hundred ... one thousand, one thousand three hundred pounds then ... one thousand three hundred pounds, all done? [243] One thousand three on my right standing and I'll sell at one thousand three hundred pounds. [244] Nine seven six, thank you. [245] And Lot forty nine is the drip-pan Gem ... there it is, Lot forty nine ... a hundred pounds offered, hundred and ten, one twenty, one thirty, any more at one thirty? [246] Forty, one fifty, sixty ... seventy ... eighty ... one ninety ... two hundred and twenty ... forty ... . [247] sixty ... two eighty ... three hundred ... three twenty ... three fifty ... three eighty ... four hundred ... four twenty ... four fifty ... four eighty ... five hundred ... and fifty ... five fifty on the right then, any more at five hundred and fifty and I'll sell at five hundred and fifty pounds. [248] Nine seven six, thank you. [249] And Lot fifty ... is a suitcase Standard, there it is now, Lot fifty for which I have a hundred and fifty offered, sixty, one seventy, one eighty ... one ninety ... two hundred, two twenty ... two forty, two sixty ... two eighty, three hundred ... and twenty, three twenty seated, any more? [250] At three twenty, all done then at three twenty now seated [...] and I'll sell at three hundred and twenty pounds. [251] Number eight nine three. [252] Lot fifty one is a suitcase Home, there it is now showing, Lot fifty one, two hundred for this ... two hundred anywhere? [253] Two hundred pounds anywhere? [254] Two hundred, two hundred bid ... and twenty ... forty [...] , two sixty, two eighty ... three hundred ... three twenty ... three twenty now, any more? [255] At three twenty, three fifty standing, three eighty ... four hundred ... four hundred pounds standing, now any more at four hundred? [256] Bidding sir? [...] four hundred standing, four twenty on the aisle ... four fifty ... four fifty standing at the back, any more at four fifty? [257] Four eighty ... five hundred down there ... five fifty ... at five fifty there now, any more? [258] At five fifty, it's against you all on the left, at five fifty, any more at five hundred and fifty pounds? [...] is nine seven six, thank you. [259] Lot fifty two is an Excelsior ... there it is, Lot fifty two, hundred for, one hundred anywhere? [260] One hundred bid and ten, one twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, one sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, two hundred, two twenty, two forty, two sixty ... eighty ... two hundred and eighty pounds standing ... any more? [261] Three hundred, three twenty ... three fifty, three eighty ... four hundred ... four hundred on my right now, any more at four hundred? |

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[262] I shall sell then at four hundred pounds. [263] Nine seven six, thank you. [264] Lot fifty three ... is an Edison Gem ... there it is ... you can see it now ... Lot fifty three and I have a hundred and fifty offered for this, sixty, one seventy, one eighty ... ninety, two hundred ... two hundred, yes, two hundred and twenty, two forty, two sixty ... two sixty near the back seated, any more? [265] Two eighty ... three hundred, three twenty ... three twenty standing, any more at three twenty? [266] All done then and I'll sell at three hundred and twenty pounds. [267] Nine two three, thank you. [268] Lot fifty four is the Fireside ... Fireside [...] Fireside horn, there it is, thank you, Lot fifty four ... two hundred offered, twenty, forty, two sixty ... two hundred and sixty pounds, any more? [269] At two sixty, all done at two sixty only? [270] Two eighty, three hundred ... three twenty ... [...] three fifty, three eighty, four hundred ... and twenty ... four fifty ... eighty ... five hundred ... and fifty, six hundred and fifty ... six hundred and fifty pounds, any more at six fifty? [271] Seven hundred ... seven fifty ... seven hundred and fifty pounds, all done then and I'll sell at seven hundred and fifty pounds. [272] [...] seven six, thank you. [273] Lot fifty five ... four phonograph horns ... and [...] ... Lot fifty five, fifty for them ... fifty pounds anywhere? [274] At fifty bid, thank you, five ... sixty, five ... seventy, five ... against you seventy five, eighty ... eighty five ... ninety ... at ninety pounds up here, any more? [275] Ninety five ... one hundred ... one ten ... one twenty ... one thirty ... one hundred and thirty seated, one forty ... one fifty ... one sixty ... one sixty standing, any more? [276] Bidding? [277] Standing then at one sixty, are you all done, one seventy, one eighty, one ninety ... two hundred ... two twenty ... two twenty on the left standing, any more at two twenty? [278] All done then? [279] Two forty ... two forty standing at the back now, all done at two hundred and forty pounds. [280] Nine two four, thank you. [281] And Lot fifty six ... is the gramophone horn basket ... there it is, thank you, with the horn inside [...] ... er fifty is offered for this, fifty five, sixty, five, sixty five pounds, any more? [282] Seventy, seventy five, eighty ... five ... ninety, ninety five ... one hundred, one ten, one twenty, one thirty, forty ... one forty down there, any more at one forty? [283] All done? [284] Any more at one hundred, one fifty ... one sixty, one sixty in the centre, any more? [285] Seventy ... one seventy, one eighty ... one eighty ... [...] one eighty, are you all done at one hundred and eighty pounds seated in the centre. [286] [...] number is ... nine one seven, thank you. [287] Lot fifty seven is the car mascot ... there it is, Lot fifty seven ... I've a hundred and fifty offered for this, sixty, one seventy, one eighty ... one hundred and eighty pounds, any more? [288] One eighty, one ninety [...] two hundred, two twenty, two forty ... two forty now, any more? [289] Two sixty, two eighty ... two eighty, three hundred ... three twenty ... three fifty ... three eighty ... four hundred ... four twenty ... four fifty ... four fifty at the back on the right, any more at four fifty? [290] Four eighty ... against you now at five hundred ... five fifty ... five fifty seated, any more at five fifty, it's against you all on the right now ... five hundred and fifty pounds. [291] Number again is ... nine one seven, thank you. [292] Fifty seven A, an additional Lot ... the H M V Silver Shield, there it is now ... a hundred pounds for this, one hundred anywhere? [293] One hundred pounds ... [...] ... one hundred pounds for the Silver Shield is bid, thank you, any more at a hundred? [294] One hundred pounds now, any more? [295] At a hundred and ten [...] , twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, two hundred ... two hundred pounds seated near the back, two twenty standing ... any more at two twenty, [...] at two twenty [...] , two forty ... two forty seated now, any more at forty? [296] I shall sell then at two hundred and forty pounds, two sixty ... two sixty on my right, any more at two hundred and pounds? [297] And the number is eight six eight, thank you very much. [298] Lot fifty eight ... collection of record pads and [...] bits and pieces ... for which I have a hundred pounds offered, and ten, one twenty, one thirty, any more at one thirty, forty, one fifty, one sixty, one seventy ... one eighty, one ninety, two hundred, two twenty ... two forty ... two forty on the left at the back, any more at two forty, two sixty, two eighty ... two eighty ... three hundred ... three twenty ... three twenty on the left near the back now, at three twenty, are you, it's your bid, sir, at three twenty pounds [...] , any more at three twenty and I'll sell at three hundred and twenty pounds. [299] [...] number is nine five eight, thank you. [300] Lot fifty nine ... gramophone spare parts this one, Lot fifty nine for which I have ... two hundred pounds offered and twenty, two fifty, two eighty, three hundred and twenty, any more at three twenty? [301] Three fifty, three eighty ... three hundred and eighty pounds now, any more, it's against you all at three hundred and eighty, any more? [302] Four hundred ... four hundred pounds and twenty ... yes [...] four twenty ... bid's with me now at four twenty and I'll sell at four hundred and twenty pounds. [303] One three six. [304] And Lot sixty ... Edison Combination Attachments ... there we are, Lot sixty ... er ... fifty for these, fifty pounds anywhere? [305] At fifty, fifty pounds ... twenty then, twenty pounds ... twenty pounds bid, twenty two, five eight, thirty, five, forty, five, fifty ... five ... fifty five pounds, any more? [306] Sixty ... five ... seventy ... seventy five ... eighty ... eighty five ... ninety, five ... one hundred ... one ten ... twenty ... thirty ... one forty ... fifty ... one sixty ... standing at one sixty now, any more at one sixty? [307] And I shall sell at a hundred and sixty pounds. [308] [...] , thank you. [309] And Lot sixty one ... phonograph spare parts this time ... there we are, Lot sixty one and I have a hundred offered and ten, one twenty, one thirty ... any more? [310] One forty, one fifty, one sixty, seventy, one eighty ... one ninety, two hundred ... and twenty ... there standing at two twenty, two forty, two sixty ... two six two eighty ... |

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[311] three hundred ... three hundred pounds [...] , any more at three hundred? [312] All done at three hundred now, all done? [313] Three hundred pounds. [314] [...] thank you. [315] And Lot sixty two ... is the Edison ephemera, Lot sixty two, and I've a hundred offered for this, one hundred pounds, any more? [316] At a hundred pounds, any more at a hundred, and ten, one twenty ... one thirty, one forty ... fifty, one sixty ... seventy, one eighty ... one ninety, two hundred ... two hundred pounds [...] , against you at the back, two hundred, two twenty ... front row now at two hundred and twenty pounds, two forty, two sixty ... two eighty ... three hundred ... and twenty ... three twenty on the right seated, any more at three twenty? [317] It's against you at the front and I'll sell at three hundred and twenty pounds. [318] [...] , thank you. [319] And Lot sixty three ... is the red Gem carrier arm now showing with an N reproducer ... [...] I have sixty pounds offered, any more at sixty? [320] Sixty pounds, any more? [321] At sixty, all done then at sixty pounds ... any more? [322] I'll sell at sixty, sixty five, seventy ... seventy five, eighty ... eighty five, ninety ... ninety pounds with me, it's against you seated, at ninety pounds, all done now and I shall sell at ninety pounds, any more at ninety pounds. [323] [...] six O. [324] Lot sixty four ... [...] is er advertising ... items, records and other bits and pieces for which I have sixty pounds offered, any more at sixty ... five ... seventy ... five, eighty five, ninety five, one hundred ... ten, one twenty ... thirty, one forty, one hundred and forty pounds with me, are you all done, one fifty in the middle, one sixty ... one seventy ... [...] one hundred and seventy, any more? [325] At a hundred and seventy pounds seated on the right ... one eighty standing ... one ninety ... one ninety on the right seated, any more at one ninety, all done then at one hundred and ninety, two hundred ... two twenty ... two twenty, any more? [326] Against you at two twenty ... two forty ... two sixty ... two sixty seated on the right, any more at two sixty? [327] At two sixty then, there I'll sell at two hundred and sixty pounds. [328] Eight two two, thank you. [329] Lot sixty five ... is an album of postcards, Lot sixty five for which I have four hundred pounds offered and twenty, four fifty, four eighty ... four hundred and eighty pounds, five hundred ... five hundred now and fifty, six hundred and fifty, six fifty, any more? [330] At six hundred and fifty pounds [...] seven hundred, seven fifty ... eight hundred and fifty ... nine hundred ... nine hundred pounds on the right seated, any more? [331] At nine hundred pounds now, all done? [332] At nine hundred and I shall sell at nine hundred pounds down there at nine hundred pounds. [333] [...] thank you. [334] Lot sixty six ... is the Columbia B Q, there it is, Lot sixty six ... four hundred pounds offered, four twenty, four fifty ... four hundred and fifty pounds, any more? [335] Four eighty, five hundred and fifty, six hundred ... and fifty ... seven hundred and fifty, eight hundred ... against you now at eight hundred and fifty ... seated there at the back at eight fifty ... nine hundred ... standing at nine hundred, nine fifty, one thousand ... one thousand pounds, any more? [336] One thousand pounds, standing at the back then at one thousand pounds, against you seated and I'll sell at one thousand, any more at one thousand pounds? [...] thank you. [337] Lot sixty seven ... thank you, is the typewriter showing now, Lambert typewriter ... hundred pounds for it, one hundred anywhere? [338] One hundred pounds [...] , thank you, any more at a hundred? [339] One hundred pounds ... and ten ... one twenty, one thirty, forty, one fifty ... one sixty, one seventy, one eighty, one ninety, two hundred ... on my right at two hundred pounds, any more? [340] At two twenty ... two forty ... two sixty ... two eighty ... three hundred ... and twenty, three twenty on my right, any more at thee twenty, three fifty ... three eighty ... three eighty on my right, all done at three eighty and I shall sell at three hundred and eighty pounds. [341] [...] thank you. [342] Lot sixty eight ... Edison stand, there it is now, Lot sixty eight ... er ... three hundred is offered for this, three hundred pounds ... and twenty, three fifty ... three eighty, any more at three eighty? [343] Four hundred ... four hundred and twenty, four fifty ... four eighty, five hundred and fifty, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred and fifty, near the back, seven fifty seated, any more? [344] Eight hundred ... eight fifty ... nine hundred ... nine fifty ... one thousand ... one thousand pounds standing now on my right, any more at a thousand pounds, are you all done, it's up there and I'll sell at one thousand pounds. [345] Nine seven six, thank you very much. [346] And Lot sixty nine ... Edison Standard, there it is, Lot sixty nine, two hundred is offered for this, and twenty, any more at two twenty? [347] Two forty ... two forty now, any more at two forty, sixty, two eighty, three hundred, three twenty ... three twenty with me now ... three fifty ... [...] at the back, three fifty, any more? [348] At three fifty [...] and I'll sell at three hundred and fifty pounds. [349] Eight nine three, thank you. [350] Lot seventy ... Edison Bell Standard, there is no horn included with this Lot, please note, Lot seventy and I have two hundred pounds offered and twenty, two forty, sixty, two eighty ... three hundred and twenty, three fifty, three eighty, four hundred, four hundred pounds against you then at the back now, any more at four hundred, it's with me, four twenty, four fifty, four eighty ... on my left seated at four eighty ... any more now at four hundred and eighty pounds? [351] And it's eight six three, thank you very much. [352] Lot seventy one ... a Stroviol now showing ... and I have fifty pounds offered, five, sixty, five, seventy ... seventy pounds, any more? [353] At seventy five, eighty, five, ninety ... five ... ninety five at the back now, any more? [354] One hundred and ten, one twenty ... one twenty seated, any more at one twenty? [355] Bidding? [356] One thirty ... one forty ... one forty now, any more? [357] One fifty ... one sixty on the aisle, one seventy ... one eighty ... any more? [358] One ninety ... one ninety, two hundred ... two hundred pounds near the back, any more? [359] Two twenty ... [tape change] ... on my left up here, any more at two twenty? [360] I shall sell then at two hundred and twenty pounds. [361] The number [...] is ... is it eight six three? ... ... |

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[362] Er Lot seventy two ... someone fed up? |

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[363] At fifty for it's offered ... fifty pounds ... at fifty pounds bid ... five, sixty ... sixty pounds, any more? [364] At sixty ... all done at sixty? [365] Sixty five ... seventy ... five ... eighty ... five ... eighty five up here, any more? [366] At eighty five now, all done at eighty five pounds, all done on my right and I'll sell at eighty five pounds is there's no further bids at eighty five pounds. [367] [...] , thank you. [368] Lot seventy three ... is the Moscow Pathephone, there it is, Lot seventy three, fifty for this one ... fifty pounds anywhere? [369] At fifty bid, five, sixty, five, seventy, five, eighty ... eighty five, ninety, five, one hundred, one ten ... one twenty, one thirty, one forty, one fifty, one sixty ... one sixty at the back, any more at one sixty? [370] All done then at a hundred and sixty pounds ... at the back. [371] Eight two six. [372] Lot seventy four is the Concert ... that's it, yes there it is the er Edison Concert, Lot seventy four ... five hundred offered for starters, five hundred pounds, any more at five hundred? [373] Fifty, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred, seven hundred pounds, any more? [374] At seven hundred pounds, all done at seven hundred and fifty, eight hundred, and fifty, nine hundred, and fifty, one thousand ... one hundred, two hundred, three hundred, four hundred, five hundred ... at one thousand five hundred on the right now, any more? [375] One thousand five hundred pounds, six hundred, seven hundred, eight hundred ... nine hundred, two thousand, two thousand two hundred, thousand four hundred, thousand six hundred, thousand eight hundred, three thousand ... three thousand pounds on my right there, now any more? [376] At three thousand pounds then, are you all done at three thousand pounds. [377] Number nine seven six, thank you. [378] Lot seventy five ... is the reproduction Berliner, there it is, Lot seventy five ... hundred for [...] , one hundred pounds anywhere? [379] One hundred pounds is bid, thank you, any more? [380] And ten ... against you now at a hundred and ten pounds, one twenty on the aisle, one thirty, one forty, one fifty, one sixty, near me at one sixty, any more at a hundred and sixty pounds, seventy ... one eighty ... one ninety ... any more? [381] Two hundred ... two hundred pounds against you now at the back, now any more at two hundred? [382] Are you all done then? [383] It's up here and I'll sell ... two twenty new bidder ... two twenty now ... two twenty then it's half way down on the left at two twenty and I'll sell at two ... two forty [...] ... two sixty ... still against you ... two sixty, it's down there and I'll sell at two hundred and sixty pounds. [384] [...] is eight six four, thank you. [385] Seventy six ... thank you, is the Victor now showing, Lot seventy six, two hundred offered for this, two hundred pounds and twenty, any more? [386] Forty, two sixty, two eighty, three hundred, three twenty, three fifty, three eighty ... standing at three eighty now, any more? [387] At three eighty then, all done at three eighty, four hundred [...] and twenty ... four fifty, four eighty ... five hundred and fifty ... six hundred and fifty ... six hundred and fifty standing, any more at six fifty? [388] Seven hundred, seven fifty ... standing at seven fifty, any more? [389] All done, seven hundred and fifty then and I'll sell at seven hundred and fifty pounds. [390] [...] six six. [391] Lot seventy seven is a Style four gramophone and there it is, Lot seventy seven ... three hundred offered for this one, three hundred pounds and twenty ... three fifty, any more at three fifty? [392] Three hundred and fifty pounds, all done then? [393] Three eighty, four hundred ... four twenty, four fifty ... four eighty, five hundred ... and fifty ... six hundred ... and fifty, seven hundred ... and fifty ... it's on the left at seven fifty now, eight hundred behind you ... against you now ... eight fifty ... nine hundred standing ... nine fifty ... one thousand ... one thousand pounds standing on the left at the back, one hundred ... two hundred ... three hundred, one one thousand three hundred pounds, that's against [...] ... any more at one thousand three hundred, four hundred, five hundred ... one thousand five hundred standing, any more? [394] One thousand five hundred pounds then, are you all done at one thousand five hundred pounds? [...] thank you. [395] Lot seventy eight ... is the red Gem now showing, thank you, Lot seventy eight for which I have three hundred offered, and twenty, three fifty, three eighty ... four hundred, any more at four hundred? [396] Four hundred pounds and twenty, four fifty, four eighty, five hundred and fifty, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred ... seven hundred pounds with me now, any more at seven hundred pounds? [397] Against you all, seven fifty ... at the back now standing at seven hundred and fifty pounds, are you all done at seven fifty? [398] I'll sell at seven hundred and fifty pounds. [399] Nine two three. [400] Lot seventy nine ... is the Pathe now showing, Lot seventy nine and I have [...] pounds offered for it and sixty, any more at one sixty? [401] Seventy, one eighty, one ninety, two hundred ... at two hundred pounds, against you, any more? [402] Two hundred and twenty, two forty ... two sixty ... on my right now at two sixty, any more? [403] At two hundred and sixty pounds [...] and I'll sell at two hundred and sixty pounds. [404] Number nine seven six, thank you. |

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[405] Lot eighty ... Edison Bell Gem, there it is, Lot eighty ... hundred for it, hundred pounds anywhere? [406] One hundred pounds, one hundred for the Gem, one hundred pounds ... one hundred pounds bid, thank you, and ten ... twenty, thirty, forty, one fifty, one sixty, seventy, one eighty, ninety, two hundred, two twenty, two forty, two sixty ... two sixty seated, any more at two sixty? [407] Two eighty ... three hundred and twenty ... three twenty, all done then at three twenty, any more at three hundred and twen three fifty new bidder ... against you at the back now, bid's on my left at three fifty and I'll sell, the bid's here at three hundred and fifty pounds. [408] Er ... eight six three, thank you very much. [409] Lot eighty one ... is the Victor ... thank you, there it is now showing, Lot eighty one ... a hundred and fifty is offered for this, one hundred and fifty pounds, any more? [410] At one sixty, one seventy ... eighty, one ninety ... two hundred, two twenty ... forty, two sixty ... two ... eighty ... two eighty at the back seated, any more at two eighty? |

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[411] Three hundred sir, [...] twenty, three fifty, three eighty, four hundred, four twenty, fifty, four eighty, five hundred ... five hundred ... you offered five hundred? [412] Five hundred pounds standing, against you seated now, any more? [413] At five hundred then ... five fifty in the front ... here at five fifty, are you all done at five hundred and fifty pounds? [414] Up here. [415] [...] , thanks very much. [416] Lot eighty two ... an Edison Amberola seventy five ... now on the screen, Lot eighty two and I have three hundred pounds offered for this, any more? [417] Three hundred and twenty, three fifty ... three hundred and fifty pounds now, it's with me still at three fifty, any more? [418] Three fifty then and I shall sell at three fifty, three eighty, four hundred ... four hundred pounds now, still with me at four hundred, against you all in the room and I'll sell at four hundred pounds. [419] Four four six. [420] Lot eighty three is a Busy Bee ... there's the Busy Bee, Lot eighty three ... [...] , hundred pounds for it? [421] Hundred pounds anywhere? [422] One hundred is bid, ten, twenty, one thirty, any more at one thirty? [423] One hundred and thirty pounds, any more? [424] All done at one thirty, any more [...] one fifty ... sixty, seventy ... one eighty ... one, one ninety ... two hundred ... two twenty ... two forty ... two forty at the very back there, any more at two forty? [425] All done then at two hundred and forty pounds, all done? [426] Two hundred and, two sixty ... two eighty ... two eighty standing at two eighty against you seated and I'll sell at two hundred and eighty pounds. [427] Number three one O, thank you. [428] Lot eighty four ... is the New Compton now showing, Lot eighty four, two hundred is offered, any more at two hundred? [429] Two hundred pounds, any more? [430] Two twenty ... forty, two sixty, two eighty, three hundred, and twenty, three fifty ... standing at three fifty then, any more? [431] At three hundred [...] eighty, four hundred ... four twenty, four fifty ... standing at four hundred and fifty pounds, any more? [432] Four eighty, five hundred ... five hundred pounds, five fifty, six hundred ... at six hundred pounds standing now [...] against you all seated, six fifty ... six fifty seated on the aisle at six hundred and fifty pounds, are you all done at six hundred and fifty pounds. [433] Nine two eight, thank you. [434] And Lot eighty five ... now showing, thank you, a Zon-O-Phone, Lot eighty five ... two hundred offered, any more at two hundred? [435] Two twenty, forty ... two sixty, any more at two sixty? [436] Two hundred and sixty pounds, all done at two sixty? [437] Two eighty, three hundred, and twenty ... against you there at three twenty it's there, are you all done? [438] Three fifty ... three eighty ... three hundred and eighty pounds, four hundred ... and twenty ... four fifty ... four fifty on my right now, any more at four fifty? [439] Four eighty ... four eighty on the left, all done at four eighty and I shall sell then at four hundred and eighty pounds. [440] [...] four eighty. [441] [...] thank you. [442] Lot eighty six ... is a Junior Monarch ... there it is now, eighty six, two hundred offered, twenty ... two forty, two sixty, any more at two sixty? [443] Two eighty, three hundred ... three twenty, three fifty ... three eighty, four hundred ... four twenty, four fifty ... four eighty ... four eighty standing, any more? [444] Five hundred ... five fifty ... six hundred and fifty, seven hundred and fifty, eight hundred ... eight hundred pounds seated now, eight fifty ... nine hundred ... nine fifty, one thousand, one hundred ... one thousand one hundred pounds now, any more at one thousand one hundred and I shall sell then at one thousand one hundred pounds. [445] Nine seven six, thank you. [446] Lot eighty seven ... Edison Gem ... there it is ... a hundred and fifty is offered and sixty, one seventy, any more at one seventy? [447] One eighty, one ninety, any more at one ninety? [448] One, two hundred, two twenty ... against you now at two twenty, any more at two twenty? [449] The bid's with me, two forty ... two forty now, any more at two forty? [450] All done? [451] It's down there at two forty ... at ... two fifty ... still against you at two fifty, any more? [452] Two fifty then, all done at two hundred and fifty pounds. [453] [...] . Lot eighty eight ... is another similar Gem, there it is, thank you, Lot eighty eight ... and I've a hundred and fifty offered for this ... one sixty ... seventy, one eighty, one ninety, two hundred, and twenty, two forty ... two forty, any more at two forty? [454] All done then ... two fifty ... on the left at two fifty now, sixty ... two sixty, two seventy ... eighty ... two eighty then, all done at two hundred and eighty pounds. [455] Er eight ninety, thank you. [456] Lot eighty nine is a new Cecil ... Zonophone, there it is, thank you, a hundred is offered for this one, a hundred pounds ... one hundred pounds anywhere, one hundred ... one hundred bid on the aisle, thank you, any more? [457] At a hundred pounds, all done at a hundred [...] ? [458] One ten ... twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, one sixty, seventy, eighty ... one eighty on the aisle, any more at one eighty, it's your bid, sir ... one eighty, any more? [459] One ninety standing ... two hundred, two twenty, two forty, two sixty, two eighty ... three hundred ... three hundred pounds standing, any more at three hundred? [460] I shall sell then at three hundred pounds. [461] Nine two four. [462] Lot ninety ... is a Dulcephone ... there it is, Lot ninety, thank you and I have er four hundred offered for this, four hundred pounds and twenty, four fifty, four eighty, five hundred, and fifty, six hundred and fifty ... six fifty standing, seven hundred and fifty, eight hundred and fifty ... nine hundred and fifty, one thousand, one hundred, two hundred, three hundred, four hundred ... one thousand four hundred at the front, any more? [463] One thousand five hundred ... six hundred ... bidding? [464] One thousand six hundred pounds here, seven hundred ... one thousand eight hundred ... nine hundred, two thousand ... two thousand pounds, any more at two thousand pounds? [465] All done, it's against you [...] two thousand, are you all done ... at two thousand pounds standing on my right then and I'll sell at two thousand pounds. [466] And it's nine ... seven six, thank you. [467] Lot ninety one ... Intermediate Monarch mahogany, there it is ... [...] ... and I have six hundred offered for this and fifty, seven hundred and fifty, |

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[468] eight hundred at the back, eight fifty ... against you now at eighty fifty, any more? [469] Nine hundred, nine fifty ... one thousand one hundred ... one thousand one hundred with me, any more? [470] Two hundred, three hundred, four hundred ... one thousand four hundred pounds, any more? [471] At one thousand four hundred on my right and I'll sell at one thousand four hundred pounds. [472] Nine seven six, thank you. [473] Lot ninety two ... is [...] reproducer [...] there it is, Lot ninety two ... er, eighty pounds for this, eighty pounds ... eighty pounds anywhere? [474] Eighty bid, thank you ... five ... ninety, five, one hundred ... one hundred on the aisle, any more? [475] And ten, one twenty, thirty, forty, one fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty ... one eighty on the aisle, any more at one eighty? [476] I shall sell then at ... one ninety ... against you on the aisle now, two hundred new bidder ... two hundred pounds on the left at two hundred, are you all done? [477] I'll sell at two hundred pounds. [478] Nine four O, thank you. [479] Lot ninety three, a Kastenpuck ... there it is ... and I have a hundred offered for this, and ten, one twenty, one thirty, one forty, one fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, two hundred, and twenty, two forty, two sixty, two eighty ... three hundred and twenty ... three twenty, three fifty ... [...] three fifty, any more? [480] At three fifty ... three eighty ... three eighty [...] , any more? [481] Three eighty ... four hundred ... four hundred pounds in the front now, any more at four hundred pounds? [482] All done then at four hundred pounds ... any more? [...] one five. [483] Lot ninety four ... is the Peter Pan now showing, thank you, and I have sixty offered, five, seventy, five ... eighty, five, eighty five pounds now, any more? [484] At eighty five ... ninety ... ninety five ... one hundred, one ten ... one twenty, one twenty on the aisle, any more at one twenty? [485] All done then? [486] One thirty ... one forty ... one forty on the aisle, one forty then and I shall sell at ... one fifty also on aisle, one sixty ... one sixty now near me on the aisle at one sixty, are you all done at a hundred and sixty pounds? [...] six seven. [487] Lot ninety five ... the three twenty Pathe discs, Lot ninety five ... erm fifty for them? [488] Fifty pounds for these, fifty anywhere? [489] At fifty pounds, anywhere at fifty? [490] Fifty pounds ... fifty is bid, thank you, standing, any more at fifty? [491] Fifty five ... sixty, five ... seventy five ... eighty five ... ninety ... ninety pounds standing, any more? [492] At ninety pounds, ninety five ... one hundred ... one ten ... twenty ... thirty ... one forty ... one fifty ... bidding? [493] One sixty ... one seventy ... one eighty ... standing at a hundred and eighty pounds, are you all done? [494] One eighty and I'll sell at one hundred and eighty pounds. [495] [...] four six, thank you. [496] Lot ninety six ... is the Ampico rolls, Lot ninety six, fifty for them? [497] Fifty pounds anywhere? [498] At fifty pounds, fifty ... fifty pounds anywhere ... [...] fifty ... fifty pounds ... fifty pounds. [499] Ninety seven ... there it is now showing, Lot ninety seven, singing bird in cage ... I have three hundred offered for this, three hundred pounds and twenty, three fifty, three eighty, four hundred and twenty, fifty ... four eighty ... five hundred ... fifty ... six hundred and fifty, seven hundred ... fifty ... eight hundred ... eight hundred pounds seated now, any more at eight hundred and fifty ... nine hundred ... and fifty ... nine fifty [...] nine fifty, one thousand new bidder ... thousand one hundred ... one thousand one hundred pounds, any more? [500] At one thousand one hundred pounds on the right at the back, any more at one thousand one hundred pounds. [501] Eight seven five, thank you. [502] Lot ninety eight ... cabinet roller organ, there it is, Lot ninety eight ... two hundred offered, two hundred pounds, any more? [503] Two twenty, forty, sixty, two eighty, three hundred and twenty, three fifty, three eighty, four hundred and twenty, four fifty, four eighty, five hundred ... five hundred now, any more? [504] Five fifty, six hundred and fifty ... seven hundred ... and fifty ... eight hundred ... eight hundred pounds near the back seated at eight hundred, any more? [505] Eight fifty ... nine hundred ... nine fifty ... nine fifty on the right, any more at nine fifty? [506] All done at nine hundred and fifty pounds. [507] Nine seven six, thank you. [508] Lot ninety nine ... Griesbaum figure, there it is, thank you and I have two hundred offered and twenty, fifty, two eighty, three hundred ... three hundred pounds, any more? [509] Twenty, three fifty, three eighty ... four hundred ... and twenty, four fifty ... four eighty, five hundred and fifty, six hundred ... six hundred pounds against you now, it's with me at six hundred pounds, are you all done? [510] At six fifty new bidder ... at six fifty now, any more at six hundred and fifty pounds. [511] The number ... is eight seven three, thank you. [512] Lot one hundred ... is the Weber upright Duo-Art piano, Lot one hundred, two hundred pounds offered, two hundred pounds, any more at two hundred? [513] Two hundred pounds, any more? [514] Two hundred ... two twenty, two forty ... two sixty, two eighty ... bidding? [515] Three hundred, three twenty ... can't see you ... three fifty, three eighty ... four hundred and twenty ... four [laughing] fifty [] ... four fifty down there, any more? [516] At four fifty, all done? [517] Four eighty ... five hundred ... and fifty ... six hundred ... and fifty ... seven hundred ... seven hundred pounds on my right then, any more bids down there at seven hundred and I'll sell at seven hundred pounds. [518] And the number here is ... nine seven six, thank you. ... ... |

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[519] Lot one hundred and one ... thank you, is the Rogers Ampico piano, Lot a hundred and one, I've five hundred offered, five hundred pounds, any more at five hundred? [520] Fifty ... five hundred and fifty now, any more? [521] At five hundred and fifty pounds, any more at five fifty? [522] Five hundred and fifty pounds, any more at five fifty? [523] All done at five fifty only? [524] Six hundred and fifty ... six fifty ... any more? [525] Six fifty only then ... bidding? [526] All done then at six hundred and fifty pounds, any more at six hundred and fifty. [527] Lot one hundred and two ... there it is now, Lot one hundred and two and [...] I have six hundred offered for this, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred and fifty, any more at seven fifty? [528] Seven hundred and fifty pounds, any more at seven fifty? [529] At seven hundred and fifty pounds, are you all done at seven hundred and fifty? [530] At seven sixty, seven eighty ... seven eighty now, all done at seven hundred and eighty pounds. [531] Lot a hundred and three ... Ariston now showing, thank you, Lot a hundred and three, a hundred for it, one hundred pounds ... is bid ... and ten, one twenty, thirty ... forty, one fifty, sixty ... seventy ... one eighty ... ninety ... two hundred ... two hundred pounds, any more at two hundred? [532] Two twenty ... two forty ... two sixty ... two eighty ... two hundred and eighty [...] ... three hundred ... three twenty ... three fifty ... three eighty ... four hundred ... and twenty ... four hundred and twenty pounds down there, any more then at four hundred and twenty pounds? [533] Eight five three, thank you. [534] Now Lot one hundred and four ... there it is now showing, thank you, Lot a hundred and four, Simplex ... fifty for it, fifty pounds anywhere? [535] At fifty pounds anywhere at fifty? [536] At fifty pounds, twenty [...] , twenty pounds ... twenty pounds ... twenty pounds, no one want it for twenty pounds ... is bid, thank you, on my right, any advance on twenty? [537] Twenty pounds only and I shall sell if there's no further bid, are you all done? [538] Twenty two now ... twenty five ... twenty eight ... thirty ... thirty five ... forty ... forty five ... bidding? [539] Fifty ... fifty five ... sixty ... sixty five ... sixty five, seventy ... seventy five, eighty ... eighty pounds standing ... any more, it's against you seated there at eighty pounds. [540] Three two four, thank you. [541] Lot a hundred and five ... is the Celestina now showing, Lot a hundred and five ... and I have a hundred and fifty offered for this, and sixty, one seventy, one eighty ... one ninety ... any more at a hundred and ninety pounds? [542] Two hundred and twenty ... two twenty with me still, any more? [543] Two twenty, forty, sixty ... two eighty, three hundred and twenty, fifty ... three eighty, four hundred and twenty ... on the right at four twenty there, any more? [544] At four twenty then and I shall sell at four hundred and twenty pounds. [545] That is number ... nine seven six again, thank you. [546] Lot one hundred and six ... table barrel organ, there it is, Lot one hundred and six ... and I have two hundred offered and twenty, two fifty, two eighty, three hundred and twenty ... three fifty, three eighty, four hundred and twenty, four fifty ... there at four fifty now, any more? [547] At four hundred and fifty pounds, all done then at four fifty and I'll sell at four hundred and fifty pounds. [548] [...] nine three. [549] One hundred and seven ... is a sixty five note er Pianola [...] ... twenty for this one, twenty pounds anywhere? [550] At twenty pounds ... twenty ... at twenty pounds ... no one want it for twenty? [551] At twenty pounds ... twenty pounds ... all done at twenty pounds ... is bid, thank you, [...] any more at twenty? [552] I'll sell at twenty pounds only, are you all done at twenty pounds? [553] That's number nine two seven, thank you. [554] Lot a hundred and eight ... a portable reed organ ... there it is ... twenty for this ... twenty anywhere? [555] Twenty pounds ... twenty pounds anywhere? [556] No one want it for twenty pounds ... is bid, thank you, twenty two pounds ... twenty five ... twenty five [...] , any more at twenty five? [...] twenty five? [557] All done then at twenty five [...] and I'll sell at twenty five pounds. [558] [...] one hundred and nine ... the English chamber barrel organ now showing, thank you ... and I have eight hundred pounds offered for this ... fifty, nine hundred and fifty ... nine hundred and fifty pounds ... one thousand one hundred ... one thousand two hundred ... on my right now at one thousand two hundred pounds, any more? [559] One thousand two, three hundred, four hundred ... one thousand five hundred ... six hundred ... bidding? [560] Seven hundred, eight hundred, nine hundred, two thousand ... two thousand two hundred ... two thousand four hundred ... two thousand six hundred ... two thousand six hundred, two thousand eight hundred ... three thousand ... three thousand ... all done at three thousand pounds and I'll sell at three thousand pounds. [561] Number again is ... nine seven six, thank you. [562] Lot one hundred and ten ... barrel organ ... showing at the back [...] screen now, Lot one hundred and ten and I have three hundred pounds offered, twenty, three fifty, three eighty ... three hundred and eighty pounds, any more? [563] Four hundred, four twenty, four fifty, four eighty, five hundred and fifty, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred and fifty, eight hundred ... eight hundred pounds on my right now, any more? [564] At eight hundred pounds on my right and I shall sell at eight hundred pounds. [565] That is eight six nine, thank you. [566] Lot a hundred and eleven ... eighty eight note player piano [...] , there it is, thank you ... twenty for it, twenty pounds ... twenty [...] twenty ... twenty pounds ... twenty pounds, no one want it at twenty pounds ... twenty pounds ... is bid, thank you, [...] twenty two ... twenty two now, any more? [567] Twenty five ... twenty five pounds [...] , any more at twenty five and I shall sell at twenty five pounds if there's no further bid ... any more at twenty five pounds? [568] Number nine two seven, thank you. [569] Lot a hundred and twelve ... [...] ... erm ... twenty pounds for these? [570] Twenty? [571] Twenty pounds anywhere? [572] Twenty pounds ... no one want them at twenty ... twenty pounds ... twenty pounds, all done then at twenty pounds only? [573] Twenty pounds ... twenty pounds. [574] Lot one hundred and thirteen ... the singing bird box, |

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[575] Lot a hundred and thirteen ... there it is now ... the Rochat and I have two thousand for it to start at two thousand, two hundred ... two thousand four hundred ... two thousand six hundred ... thousand eight hundred, three thousand ... three thousand pounds, any more? [576] At three thousand, two hundred, five hundred ... three thousand eight hundred, four thousand ... four thousand two hundred ... four thousand two hundred pounds down there, four thousand five hundred, four thousand eight hundred ... five thousand ... five thousand pounds in the ... fourth row, five thousand pounds, any more? [...] five thousand five hundred ... six thousand ... six thousand pounds, any more? [577] Six thousand five hundred ... seven thousand ... seven thousand pounds, any more? [578] At seven thousand pounds ... all done at seven thousand, the bid is here and I'll sell at seven thousand pounds. [579] Eight seven three, thank you. [580] Lot one hundred and fourteen ... now showing ... another one by Bruguier, Lot one hundred and fourteen ... and I have four thousand pounds offered to start with, [...] four thousand two hundred, five hundred ... four thousand eight hundred, five thousand ... at five thousand pounds, any more at five thousand? [581] At five thousand [...] it's with me at five thousand five hundred ... fifth row at five thousand five hundred pounds, any more at five thousand five hundred pounds down there and I shall sell at five thousand five hundred pounds. [582] [...] seven three, thank you. [583] And one hundred and fifteen ... is a Rochat again now showing and I have two thousand offered, two thousand two hundred, five hundred ... two thousand eight hundred ... three thousand ... at three thousand pounds, any more? [584] Two hundred, three thousand five hundred, three thousand eight hundred ... four thousand ... two hundred ... four thousand five hundred ... four thousand eight hundred ... five thousand ... five thousand pounds, any more at five thousand pounds and I'll sell at five thousand, all done at five thousand pounds. [585] Number ... is three one seven, thank you. [586] Lot a hundred and sixteen ... thank you, another Bruguier now showing ... and again I have two thousand offered to start, two pounds, any more at two thousand? [587] Two thousand two hundred ... two thousand four hundred, two thousand six hundred, two thousand eight hundred, three thousand ... three thousand pounds down there, three thousand two hundred ... three thousand five hundred ... three thousand eight hundred ... [...] three thousand eight hundred, any more? [588] At three thousand eight hundred pounds then, on my right ... bidding? [589] Three thousand eight hundred pounds, all done at three thousand eight hundred pounds. [590] [...] Lot one hundred and seventeen ... another Bruguier now showing, Lot one hundred and seventeen for which I've three thousand offered ... two hundred, five hundred ... three thousand five hundred ... three thousand eight hundred, four thousand ... at four thousand pounds now, any more at four thousand? [591] Four thousand pounds, all done at four thousand two hundred, four thousand five hundred ... at four thousand five hundred pounds, the bid's with me, are you all done at four thousand five hundred and I shall sell then at four thousand five hundred pounds. [592] [...] three seven. [593] Lot one hundred and eighteen ... singing bird box now showing [...] , Lot one hundred and eighteen for which I have five hundred pounds offered and fifty, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred and fifty, eight hundred and fifty, nine hundred ... at nine hundred on the right there, any more? [594] Nine hundred pounds, all done at nine hundred pounds and I'll sell at nine hundred pounds. [595] [...] thank you. [596] Lot a hundred and nineteen ... singing bird box now showing, Lot a hundred and nineteen ... for which I have six hundred offered and fifty, seven hundred, any more at seven hundred pounds? [597] Seven hundred ... all done then, seven fifty, eight hundred ... eight hundred pounds now, any more? [...] hundred pounds ... eight fifty I hear down there, thank you, any more at eight fifty? [598] Eight fifty on the right and I'll sell at eight hundred and fifty pounds. [599] Three six O ... thank you very much. [600] Lot one hundred and twenty ... [...] mother of pearl case now ... three hundred for this one, three hundred pounds, any more? [...] three hundred and twenty, three fifty, three eighty, four hundred and twenty ... four hundred and twenty, four fifty ... four eighty ... five hundred ... fifty ... six hundred ... six fifty ... seven hundred ... seven hundred pounds near the back, any more at seven hundred, and fifty new bidder ... against you now ... seven hundred and fifty over there on the right at the back and I'll sell at seven fifty ... eight hundred ... eight hundred on the left at the back, now any more at eight hundred pounds? [601] Against you on the right ... eight hundred pounds and I shall sell then ... are you all done at eight hundred pounds? [602] Three two six, thank you. [603] Lot a hundred and twenty one ... fine musical necessaire now showing, thank you, Lot one two one ... for which I have eight hundred pounds offered, fifty, nine hundred and fifty, one thousand, one hundred ... one thousand one hundred pounds ... two hundred ... three hundred ... one thousand three hundred and fifty, any more? [604] One thousand four hundred ... on my left at one thousand four hundred pounds ... any advance on one thousand, five hundred ... one thousand six hundred ... seven hundred ... eight hundred ... nine hundred ... one thousand nine hundred pounds, any more at one thousand nine hundred? [605] The bid is there at one thousand nine hundred pounds ... one thousand nine hundred pounds. [606] Number [...] thank you. [607] Lot a hundred and twenty two ... overture snuff box ... Der Freischutz this one, Lot one two two ... for which I have one thousand pounds offered, one hundred, two hundred ... three hundred ... four hundred ... one thousand five hundred ... one thousand six hundred, any more at one thousand six hundred pounds? [608] One thousand seven hundred, eight hundred ... nine hundred, two thousand ... two thousand two hundred, two thousand four hundred ... two thousand six hundred, two thousand eight hundred ... three thousand ... two hundred ... three thousand five hundred, three thousand eight hundred ... four thousand ... four thousand two hundred ... four thousand five hundred ... at four thousand five hundred pounds in the fifth row now, any more at four thousand five hundred pounds, all done? [609] Four thousand five hundred pounds. [610] Er ... eight seven [...] , thank you. [611] Lot one two three ... is ... black composition snuff box, there it is now, Lot one two three ... and I have three hundred pounds offered for this and twenty ... three fifty ... three eighty, four hundred ... four hundred pounds and twenty, four fifty ... four fifty with me now, any more at four hundred and fifty pounds, any more at four fifty? [612] Four hundred and fifty pounds, are you all done at four fifty, four eighty ... at four eighty now ... all done at four hundred and eighty pounds. [613] [...] seven. |

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[614] Lot one hundred and twenty four ... thank you, another one showing here, three hundred is offered and twenty, three fifty, any more at three hundred and fifty? [615] Three hundred and fifty pounds, three eighty, four hundred ... at four hundred pounds ... are you all done at four hundred? [616] It's with me and I'll sell at four hundred and twenty, four fifty ... against you at four fifty, any more? [617] All done then, it's with me still at four hundred and fifty pounds against you all in the room. [618] [...] four seven. [619] Lot a hundred and twenty five ... thank you ... another snuff box now showing, Lot one two five for which I have two offered and twenty ... two fifty, two eighty, three hundred ... three hundred pounds, any more? [620] At three hundred pounds, are you all done at three hundred pounds? [621] Any more? [622] Twenty, three fifty ... against you at three fifty now, any more? [623] Three eighty, four hundred ... four hundred pounds, any more? [624] It's with me then at four hundred pounds and I shall sell at four hundred pounds. [625] Four hundred pounds, all done. [626] [...] four seven. [627] Lot a hundred and twenty six ... snuff box ... there it is now showing in a painted tin case ... and I have five hundred offered for this ... five hundred and fifty, six hundred ... six fifty, seven hundred and fifty, eight hundred ... eight hundred pounds, any more? [628] Eight hundred pounds ... are you all done then at [...] eight hundred and fifty, nine hundred ... at nine hundred pounds [...] with me still, are you all done at nine hundred pounds? [629] One four seven. [630] Lot one two seven ... Laurencekirk box, there it is, thank you ... and I have four hundred offered and twenty ... four fifty, four eighty, five hundred and fifty ... at five fifty now, any more at five fifty? [631] All done then? [632] Six hundred, six fifty ... against you at six hundred and fifty pounds, any more? [633] Bid's with me, seven hundred, seven fifty ... eight hundred, eight fifty ... nine hundred ... at nine hundred pounds in the fifth row, any more at nine hundred pounds? [634] Nine fifty ... standing at nine fifty then, are you all done at nine hundred and fifty pounds? [635] Three two six, thank you. [636] Lot a hundred and twenty eight ... is the snuff box now showing, thank you, Lot one two eight ... and I have six hundred pounds offered, fifty, seven hundred and fifty, eight hundred ... eight hundred pounds, any more? [637] Eight fifty, nine hundred ... nine fifty, one thousand ... one hundred, two hundred ... one thousand three hundred ... four hundred ... five hundred ... one thousand six hundred, seven hundred ... eight hundred ... one thousand eight hundred pounds, any more? [638] One thousand nine hundred new bidder ... one thousand nine hundred pounds near the back in the aisle ... two thousand ... two thousand two hundred ... two thousand two hundred pounds ... near the back, two thousand four hundred ... two thousand four hundred pounds on my left and I shall sell at two thousand four hundred pounds. [639] [...] thank you. [640] Er Lot one hundred and twenty nine ... three airs snuff box now showing, Lot one two nine for which I have five hundred offered, five fifty, six hundred ... six hundred pounds, any more? [641] At six hundred and fifty, seven hundred ... seven hundred against you now, any more? [642] Seven hundred pounds ... any more at seven hundred? [643] All done then at seven hundred pounds, seven fifty, eight hundred ... eight fifty, nine hundred, nine fifty, one thousand ... one hundred ... at one thousand one hundred in the fifth row, any more at one thousand one hundred and I shall sell at one thousand ... one hundred pounds. [644] And the number is ... three one seven, thank you very much. [645] Lot a hundred and thirty ... tortoiseshell box now showing, Lot a hundred and thirty and I have four hundred offered for this one, four twenty, fifty, four eighty, five hundred, and fifty ... six hundred and fifty, seven hundred and fifty ... [...] and fifty ... nine hundred ... at nine hundred pounds [...] fifty, one thousand ... one hundred ... two hundred ... one thousand three hundred ... four hundred, five hundred, six hundred, seven hundred, eight hundred, nine hundred, two thousand, two hundred ... two thousand four hundred ... two thousand six hundred ... two thousand eight hundred, three thousand ... three thousand pounds ... it's your bid at three thousand ... any advance on three thousand pounds, are you all done then at three thousand pounds? [646] Three one seven, thank you. [647] One three one ... thank you, now showing, Lot one three one and I have five hundred offered for this ... fifty, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred ... seven hundred now, any more? [648] Seven fifty, eight hundred and fifty, nine hundred ... and fifty, one thousand ... one hundred, two hundred ... one thousand two hundred pounds, any more? [649] One thousand two hundred pounds, the bid's with me, are you all done at one thousand two hundred pounds ... a thousand three hundred ... on my right now at one thousand three hundred pounds, any more? [650] At one thousand three hundred and I shall sell at one thousand three hundred pounds. [651] Six six seven, thank you. [652] Lot a hundred and thirty two ... there it is now, a snuff box with micro-mosaic lid, Lot one three two and I have eight hundred pounds offered for this one and fifty, nine hundred and fifty, one thousand, one hundred, two hundred, three hundred, four hundred, one thousand five hundred, six hundred ... one thousand six hundred pounds at the back in the aisle, any more? [653] One thousand seven hundred [...] ... one thousand eight hundred, nine hundred, two thousand, two thousand two hundred, two thousand four hundred, two thousand six hundred ... eight hundred ... three thousand ... three thousand two hundred ... three thousand two hundred pounds [...] , any more now? [654] At three thousand two hundred pounds, three thousand five hundred ... three thousand five now in the fifth row ... three thousand eight hundred ... three thousand eight hundred pounds, any more? [655] All done then at three thousand eight hundred? [...] sell at three thousand eight hundred pounds. [656] Nine five seven, thank you very much. [657] Lot a hundred and thirty three ... now showing, thank you, Lot one three three and I have five hundred offered and fifty, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred ... seven hundred pounds, any more? [658] Seven fifty, eight hundred ... and fifty ... there at the back in the aisle at eight hundred and fifty pounds ... nine hundred and fifty ... one thousand, one hundred ... two hundred, three hundred ... four hundred ... a thousand five hundred ... six hundred ... one thousand seven hundred, one thousand eight hundred, nine hundred ... two thousand ... two thousand two hundred, two thousand four hundred ... [...] six hundred ... eight hundred ... two thousand eight hundred pounds in the fifth row ... now any more? [659] Two thousand eight hundred and I shall sell [...] two thousand eight hundred pounds. [660] Er ... [...] three one seven? |

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[661] One hundred and thirty four ... [...] ... er ... Bordier box, there it is, Lot one three four ... [...] it's illustrated in the catalogue ... a small box with a [...] , Lot one three four ... and I have three hundred pounds offered for it, three hundred pounds and twenty, three fifty, three eighty, four hundred, and twenty, four fifty, four eighty ... five hundred and fifty, six hundred ... and fifty, seven hundred and fifty ... eight hundred and fifty ... near the back in the aisle at eight hundred and fifty now ... nine hundred ... nine fifty ... nine hundred and fifty, any more? [662] At nine fifty then, all done then at one ... one thousand ... one thousand one hundred ... still near the back in the aisle at one thousand one hundred and I shall sell at one thousand one hundred ... one thousand two hundred just in time ... any more? [663] One thousand three hundred ... all done at one thousand three hundred pounds. [664] Nine five seven, thank you. [665] One hundred and thirty five ... a small box by Capt, snuff box by Capt ... now showing ... er ... I have er four hundred pounds offered, four fifty, five hundred and fifty, six hundred, six hundred and fifty, seven hundred ... and fifty, eight hundred ... and fifty ... on my left at eight fifty now, any more? [666] At eight hundred and fifty pounds on my left seated and I'll sell at eight hundred and fifty pounds, all done? [...] five. [667] Lot one hundred and thirty six ... [...] tortoiseshell case ... [...] Lot one three six ... Martinet and Benoit ... could well be, yes ... it's in a plain tortoiseshell case ... er ... I have four hundred pounds offered for this, four twenty, fifty, four eighty, five hundred ... five hundred pounds, any more? [668] Five fifty, thank you, six hundred ... six hundred pounds with me, [...] on the screen [...] ... six hundred pounds with me, any more at six hundred pounds? [669] Six fifty, thank you ... down there at six fifty now, any more at six hundred and fifty [...] seven hundred ... seven fifty ... seven hundred and fifty pounds, are you all done at seven fifty then? [670] Any more at seven hundred and fifty pounds. [671] And the number again is ... eight seven [...] thank you very much. [672] One hundred and thirty seven ... snuff box of casket form ... that's the right one, yes ... and I have two hundred offered for this ... two twenty, two forty ... two sixty, two eighty, three hundred and twenty, three fifty, three eighty, four hundred ... at four hundred pounds, any more? [673] Four hundred pounds, any more, it's with me at four hundred now, are you all done? [674] Four twenty, four fifty ... [...] four fifty, any more? [675] Four fifty, four eighty, five hundred ... five hundred, it's still with me at five, five fifty [...] ... five fifty, are you all done at five fifty and I'll sell then at five hundred and fifty pounds. [676] Three one seven, thank you very much. [677] Lot a hundred and thirty eight ... silver gilt box with micro-mosaic, there it is now showing, thank you ... and I have one thousand five hundred pounds offered to start me, six hundred, seven hundred, one thousand eight hundred, nine hundred, two thousand ... two thousand pounds, two thousand one hundred ... two thousand two hundred, three hundred ... thousand four hundred, five hundred, two thousand six hundred ... on my left at two thousand six hundred pounds, any more? [678] At two thousand six hundred pounds [...] in the aisle at seven hundred, eight hundred ... two thousand nine hundred ... three thousand ... three thousand pounds, any more at three thousand? [679] Two hundred, three thousand four hundred ... three thousand four hundred [...] now any more? [680] Three thousand four hundred and I'll sell at three thousand four hundred pounds on my left. [681] Two five two, thank you. [682] Lot a hundred and thirty nine ... snuff box in tortoiseshell case now showing ... initials W B D on the top and I have four hundred offered for it, four fifty, fifty, four hundred and fifty now, any more? [683] At four eighty, five hundred ... five hundred pounds with me, any more? [684] Five fifty ... on my right now at five fifty, any more at five hundred and fifty pounds? [685] Are you all done at five hundred and fifty pounds. [686] [...] thank you. [687] Lot one hundred and forty ... is an overture snuff box, there it is, thank you ... it's a Mozart one and I have one thousand five hundred offered for this, six hundred, seven hundred ... one thousand eight hundred ... one thousand nine hundred ... any more at one thousand nine hundred pounds? [688] One thousand nine hundred pounds, all done then at one thousand nine hundred pounds? [689] Two thousand [...] at two thousand pounds now, any more? [690] Two thousand, all finished and I'll sell then at two thousand pounds, are you all done at two thousand pounds? [691] [...] And Lot one hundred and forty one ... [tape change] |