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This 18th century treen model of a ship’s hull with a note reading ‘This was taken out of a writing bureau belonging to Lord Collingwood’ carries an estimate of £300-500 at Special Auction Services on November 5.

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1. An 18th century treen ship model

Tucked inside this 18th century treen model of a ship’s hull above is a historic note reading: This was taken out of a writing bureau belonging to Lord Collingwood. I saw the bureau and know its history.

It is a reference to Vice-Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood who assumed the role of command-in-chief after Nelson’s death at Trafalgar. The 5½in (14cm) carving carries an estimate of £300-500 at Special Auction Services in Newbury on November 5.

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2. An embroidered picture 

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This Carolean stumpwork and embroidered picture on silk probably depicting the Genesis scene of Jacob and Rebecca at the Wellis estimated at £1000-2000 by the Cotswold Auction Company on November 5.

This 12 x 10in (30 x 25cm) Carolean stumpwork and embroidered picture on silk probably depicts the Genesis scene of Jacob and Rebecca at the Well.

Exotic animals and an Indian-style temple populate the background while a label to the back reads: This Picture Belonged to Mary Coats, a Cousin of Audrey Hope and was part of her estate.

It is pitched at £1000-2000 by the Cotswold Auction Company in Cheltenham on November 5.

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3. A rare 18th century Ottoman Greek silverware bowl

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This small silver gilt bowl, a rare example of 18th century Ottoman Greek silverware, carries an estimate of £1500-2000 at Lyon & Turnbull on November 6.

This small silver gilt bowl above, decorated with iconography derived both from ancient Greek mythology and the Eastern Orthodox tradition, is a rare example of 18th century Ottoman Greek silverware.

Each figure has a meaning: the winged figure holding a bow is Eros, symbolic of hope and love; the two deer represent piety and devotion; the wolf the founding of pagan Rome; the pig forbidden food; lastly, the dog is symbolic of patience, loyalty and obedience.

The 5in (12cm) dish carries an estimate of £1500-2000 at the Fine Asian & Islamic Works of Art sale at Lyon & Turnbull on November 6.

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4. A Blitz picture 

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This is one of a group of 21 watercolour and pencil drawings by Ivor Beddoes depicting scenes from the London Blitz which are estimated at £3000-5000 on the second day of the Dominic Winter auction of November 6-7.

The London Underground serves as a noisy and uncomfortable but safe retreat in one of a group of 21 watercolour and pencil drawings by Ivor Beddoes (1909-81) depicting scenes from the London Blitz years of 1940-41.

Estimated at £3000-5000 on the second day of the Dominic Winter auction of November 6-7, they are part of a ‘monster collection’ of militaria formed by the late Lt Col ‘Bob’ Wyatt that the auctioneers reckon may have to be spread over four or five sales.

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5. An Art Deco Jazz coffee set 

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This 1930s Art Deco Jazz pattern pottery coffee set by the Royal Winton Grimwades factory is estimated at estimate £80-120 in David Duggleby’s November 8 auction.

This 1930s Art Deco Jazz pattern pottery coffee set comprising coffee pot, six coffee cans and saucers, sugar bowl and cream jug, is by the Royal Winton Grimwades factory.

The estimate is £80-120 at David Duggleby in Scarborough on November 8.

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