Results of Auction of Horrors VI ~ Sunday 5th April 2015


Results of our previous auction - Page 1 of 10


1

£130

Deer Foetus in Jar

2

£50

Rare Pair Georgian Treacle Glazed Pottery Sash Window Stops
in the form of lions. These were used by an undertaker's supersticious grandfather to balance new "customers" on overnight: he believed if the coffin had tipped off the lions by the morning, it would alert him to check for signs of life! - Victorians also buried the dead with a bell, 'just in case'.

3

£32

Steampunk Hat with Pheasant Feathers
new unworn condition

6

£80

Very Fine 1867 Walter Raleigh Lead Tobacco Jar
the sides depicting Raleigh smoking together with tobacco plants, with internal pressure/moisture lid. The Pommel fashioned as an Indian with pipe. Lozenze mark to the inside base for 1867

7

£50

Steampunk Hat with Black Bird & Rose
new unworn condition

8

£40

19th Century Gothic White Gold & Diamond Ring
the diamond set in black onyx, very fine work to the shoulders, damaged to one side. Russian?

11

£65

1930's Silver Tarot Card Ring
weighing approx 54 grams

12

£12

Guinness Lighter

13

£6

Carved Wooden Tiki Salt & Pepper

14

£18

Vapo Cresolene Warmer & Sealed Bottle of Fluid

15

£35

Victorian Meerschaum Pipe of Strange Witch Doctor Character

16

£18

Studs & Links Box & Eternity Ring

17

£25

3 Vintage Watches

19

£200

Rare Basque Shepherds Wolfstick
c.1860 - the handle of the cane unscrews to reveal a sharpened steel spike for the repelling of Wolves (or Warewolves?!) - the cane beautifully carved from Medlar tree and with an inscription around the brass mount reading "ETSAIEN BELDURRA NAIZ" - which translates to "I fear the enemy!"

20

£300

Superb 19th Century Double Demon Head Sword Stick
the heads carved from horn

21

£58

Mongolian Laughing Boys Face Skewers from Circus of Horrors
as you will see, there is no fakery to this hihgly dangerous fakir act - these really are razor-sharp surgical steel skewers and they really do go right through his face...

22

£18

Mongolian Laughing Boys Y-Fronts from Circus of Horrors
as worn during his death-defying fakir act of swallowing thread which he then retrieves by cutting his stomach and having an audience member pull the thread back out again. We have personally witnessed burly doormen literally passing out witnessing this act!

24

£30

Cut-Throat & Other Vintage Razors

26

£30

Steampunk Clock
working clock with twinkling blue LED lights

27

£150

Life Size Grim Reaper Figure
made of fibreglass

28

£560

Tiger Skin
full skin with teeth and claws

29

£110

National Time Recorders Clocking-in Clock
rarer model in more Gothic style pediment case

30

£70

Portable Anaesthetic Laughing Gas Machine
fabulous Art Deco styled Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) portable anaesthetic machine

31

£12

Leather Doctors Gladstone Bag

33

£25

Qty Chemist Lab Glass Bottles

34

£20

Quantity Antique Laboratory Glassware
hand blown / etched

35

£10

2 Large Glass Bottles

36

£32

Large Vintage Poison Bottle

37

£30

Anatomical Model
with removable body parts

38

£5

Perfection Bed and Douche Pan