Lot 2

An Edwardian silver goblet trophy with stand, having inscription regarding East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry Marksman Competition 1908, presented as 1st prize to Sergeant P Thornton. Sheffield 1908, Walker & Hall, approx 236g

Lot 3

An Edwardian silver lidded trophy with wooden stand having gadrooned decoration, moulded loop handles and bearing inscription regarding Wenlock’s Horse, (E.R.Y.Y.) presented to Sergeant P Thornton of A Squadron in 1912. Sheffield 1907, Martin Hall & Co, approx 382g

Lot 5

A silver goblet trophy having beaded foot and stem with presentation inscription regarding East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry Trained Men’s Competition 1911, 1st prize presented to Sergeant P Thornton, Sheffield 1911, Walker & Hall, approx 230.7g

Lot 7

A small Edwardian silver capstan inkwell of traditional form having clear glass liner and bearing inscription regarding East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry Signallers prize 1908, presented to Sergeant P Thornton, Sheffield 1908 Walker & Hall, GW approx 203g

Lot 10

A small silver rose bowl trophy of traditional form bearing inscription regarding East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry A squad Century cup 1910 presented to Sergeant P Thornton, Birmingham 1910 A & J Zimmerman Ltd, approx 125g

Lot 14

A silver capstan inkwell of traditional circular weighted form, bearing inscription regarding Wenlock’s Horse (E.R.Y.Y.) presented to Sergeant P Thornton of A Squadron 1903 – 1913. Sheffield 1913, Walker & Hall, glass liner broken, approx 390.5g

Lot 27

An Edwardian silver vesta of plain form bearing inscription regarding Wrestling on Horse Back, A Squadron E.R.Y.I.Y. 1905. Sheffield 1903, Walker & Hall, and a miniature Edwardian silver trophy having loop handles and wooden stand, bearing inscription regarding Regimental Challenge cup 1907 A Squadron E.R.Y.I.Y presented to Corpl P Thornton, Sheffield 1907, Walker & Hall, approx 80.7g

Lot 86

A silver hip flask of traditional form having bayonet clasp hinged lid and bearing Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews crest to front, Sheffield 2005, maker NW, approx 199.8g

Lot 88

A silver quaich of traditional form bearing Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews crest to handles, London 2004, makers mark NW, approx 288g

Lot 90

A silver hip flask of traditional form having bayonet clasp hinged lid and bearing Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews crest to front, Sheffield 2004, maker NW, approx 205.6g

Lot 94

A cased silver Armada dish of plain form bearing Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews crest to centre and oversized hallmarks to rim, Sheffield 2005, maker NW, and four silver HM silver teaspoons of golf interest bearing cut out initials WGC to terminals, Birmingham 2000/01/03, approx 199.5g

Lot 46

A limited edition silver three arm candelabrum commissioned by the Dean & Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral to commemorate the Royal Wedding of HRH The Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer in July 1981. The candelabrum has three branches rising from between the wings of a Dragon, Griffin & Phoenix with appropriate shields on a tapered base decorated with silver gilt orange blossom. London 1981, Hector Miller, Ltd edition 269/400 with original certificate and papers, approx 614g