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This roulette wheel made by George Mason & Company which based in Denver from 1890-1910 carries an estimate of £1000-1500 at Tayler & Fletcher’s Fine Art & Antiques Sale on October 17.

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1. Wedgwood Egrets pattern lustre bowl

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The Design sale at Woolley & Wallis on October 16 includes this Wedgwood Egrets pattern lustre bowl designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones estimated at £200-300.

The Design sale at Woolley & Wallis in Salisbury on October 16 includes a 8in (20cm) Wedgwood Egrets pattern lustre bowl designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones.

It is one of a number of trial pieces consigned from the collection of Anne Makeig-Jones (b.1934), the daughter of Doris Audrey Wedgwood (1894-1968) and Thomas Makeig-Jones.

Estimate £200-300. View the auction online via thesaleroom.com.

2. 1930 World Cup poster

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The official poster for the 1930 World Cup was printed in colour but it was accompanied by a smaller monochrome version – this example is estimated at £800-1200 at Chiswick Auctions on October 16.

Two sizes of posters were commissioned by the Uruguayan Football Federation for the first (1930) FIFA World Cup. The official poster designed by the graphic artist Guillermo Laborde was printed in colour but it was accompanied by a smaller monochrome version carrying the official stamp of the Comite Ejecutivo.

This example of the latter was sourced in Montevideo from a descendant of Olivera y Fernande, the original publisher of the poster.

At Chiswick Auctions’ sale of Autographs & Memorabilia on October 16, it is estimated at £800-1200.

View the auction online via thesaleroom.com

3. Scottish colourist picture

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'Mull from Iona' by Francis Cadell, offered with a £25,000-35,000 estimate at Bonhams’ Scottish art sale in Edinburgh on October 16.

Scottish colourist Francis Cadell (1883-1937) is renowned for his depictions of interiors in his native Edinburgh and for his scenes of the island of Iona.

Mull from Iona, a 2ft 1in x 2ft 6in (64 x 76cm) oil on canvas, is offered with a £25,000-35,000 estimate at Bonhams’ Scottish art sale in Edinburgh on October 16. The picture was previously purchased at Christie's, South Kensington in March 2015 and has been owned privately in the UK since. 

4. US antique roulette wheel

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This roulette wheel made by George Mason & Company which based in Denver from 1890-1910 carries an estimate of £1000-1500 at Tayler & Fletcher’s Fine Art & Antiques Sale on October 17.

Denver, Colorado, founded in 1858 as a mining town, quickly attracted saloons, bars and casinos to help prospectors spend their gold or drown their sorrows.

This roulette wheel was made by George Mason & Company which was based there from 1890-1910. Stamped with the maker’s mark and the serial number 1079, it carries an estimate of £1000-1500 at Tayler & Fletcher’s Fine Art & Antiques Sale in Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, on October 17.

It comes for sale from a professional croupier who has owned it for more than 30 years.

View the lot on thesaleroom.com.

5. King Kong figure

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A 6ft 10in (209cm) tall King Kong figure produced by OxMox and estimated at £300-500 at Adam Partridge.

Adam Partridge will host an auction on site at music venue Lathom Hall in the Seaforth, Liverpool. Owner Brian Corrigan is retiring after 31 years at the venue, His collection of film, music and pop-culture memorabilia will be offered and the first lot of the October 19 sale is this 6ft 10in (209cm) tall King Kong figure produced by OxMox and estimated at £300-500.

View the lot on thesaleroom.com.