Antiques


Beautiful and not so beautiful objects from the world of our ancestors, made in every material known to man, from ceramics to human hair.

Books & Comics


Books from old to not so old, magazines, comics, newspapers, all covering a wide range of subjects and interests.

Collecting


Everything from the traditional stamp collecting, to, you just name it, the range is so wide and getting wider every day. If it is out there someone will find it interesting or beautiful, and start collecting. A wonderful way of preserving items ,which might otherwise be lost for ever.

Entertainment & The Arts


Mankind's ability to entertain his fellow human, whether it be the visual arts, music or the spoken word.

Ephemera


Interesting or curious information preserved on paper, or similar material such as vellum.

Home


The home and the objects used in it through the ages.

Science & Military


Mankind's ability to make progress, then destroy it through his ingenuity and bravery.

Toys & Sport


From childhood to our mature years, the toys and sport that has entertained us and our ancestors.

Transportation


How to get from A to B, the numerous methods of transport and its history, whether it be by land, sea or in the air.

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MO-ANA Hawaiian Waltz

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When you wore a Tulip and I wore a Big Red Rose

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Forest Echoes Waltz

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Waltz Amelia – New ball-room dance.

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My Moonlight Madonna

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My Lulu – Mein Liebling

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My Little Bimbo

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Bells Across The Meadows

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Bells Across The Meadows

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Bells Across The Meadows

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Bells Across The Meadows

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South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)

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Rendez – Vous

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Leon Adam’s Liselotte as a Valse.

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Frolic-Time Lancers

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Valse D’Avril

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Lady Lavender

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A True Lover’s Knot Valse

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In a Persian Market – Intermezzo Scene

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Peg O’My Heart

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Memory Lane


We all have memories, and certain objects often re kindle these long forgotten memories or spark an interest in this long lost world.

Doctor Who and the Brain of Morbius

Guernsey Evening Press, 9th October 1940 ,Original wartime newspaper produced under Nazi occupation 30th June 1940 to 9th May 1945.

Wanted – No. 5, Dec '89

Old English Brass Long Stemmed Shoe Horn – Sculpted Horse Head Handle

The Spectator Vol VI , No 395 ( June 3 . 1712 to No 473 (September 1712 ) ,plus index

Indiana Beach, Lake Shafer, Monticello, Indiana – Colour Photographic Postcard

Once Upon a Time – No. 136, September 18th, 1971

Monthly Film Bulletin Sept 1965 , films reviewed ,from ALSKANDE PAR /LOVING COUPLES ,TO YOU MUST BE JOKING.

Diana ,our future Queen.

The Purgatorio of Dante Alighieri

Ayr and the Land of Burns

Crystal Palace versus Stockport County

Small Vintage Fruit Knife ,with white pearl handle and red sleeve cover

Irma La Douce – Performed at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry – Oct-Nov 1972

World of Wonder – No. 57, April 24th, 1971

Valley Gardens, Harrogate – Black and White Photographic Postcard (Unused)

Films and Filming , November 1985.

McEwan's Export India Pale Ale Beer Mat

Shakespeare's Richard III – Performed at the Royal National Theatre, 6th April, 1991

The Children's Newspaper No. 58 – 24th April, 1920

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