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An Oriental ivory BRISÉ fan and a bone letter opener. Mid 20th century. The folding fan with each stick crisply pierced with patterns and typically joined with a running ribbon; the small letter opener with a row of carved and pierced elephants and an elep

A group of ivory and bone items, an ivory cuff bangle (66, 70mm diameter) and ring, a bone letter opener and pendant necklace.

Sterling silver thistle top paper knife, hallmarked Birmingham 1907 together with a sterling silver thistle top cocktail fork hallmarked Birmingham 1911

A West Australian sterling silver letter opener by Terry Walsh. Late 20th century. In the arts and crafts style with wildflower finial handle. Stamped 'STG.SIL. & T.W.', with makers box. Length 17.8 cm. Weight 31grams

A nephrite letter opener, nephrite handle and knife joined by an ornate silver central cuff.

Paper knife. Sterling silver by G Hawksley & Co Sheffield 1910 length 20 cm

Paper knife. Sterling silver (unmarked) Main knife decorated with Grapeleaves Terminating in a cross with single. Diamond in gold mount four mounted seed pearls in gold surround length 23 cm

Paper knife. Sterling silver with gold plated handle by Grant MacDonald London 1974 length 30 cm

Paper knife. Sterling silver with gold plate handle Ggm (Grant MacDonald) London 1975 length 28.5 cm

Paper knife. Sterling silver with gold gilt handle by Stuart Devlin London 1975 length 30.5 cm

A group of 5 whalebone implements including bodkins (3), a paper knife and sailors tool. Longest 21 cm. Note: This lot has been identified at the time of cataloguing as containing organic material which may be subject to restrictions regarding export

Twenty three Australia post collectors models, including Nineteen Matchbox 1/75 models (some Duplicates) plus two CY104AAA Convoy models, Pmg letter opener gift set and six piece gift set (M boxes E-M) (23)

Monarch, Imperial Securities company, letter opener, approx 29 cm wide

Rene Paul Marquet gilt bronze letter opener in the form of man in the moon and the minstrel with carved ivory head Marquet incised to back, stamped 'France 4415'

5 Boer POW crafted artefacts, comprising: bone letter opener, dipping pen inscribed 'St Helena Pow 1901'; bone pen shaft inscribed 'St Helena 1902'; bone napkin ring inscribed 'B. Oorlog. 1902'; ivory carved book mark/letter opener. Length 25 cm. (St Helen

Antique 19th century German carved walnut figural paper knife, 37 cm long

A late-Victorian silver letter opener/with propelling pencil; Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1898. Length 18 cm. (fitted case)

Georg Jensen sterling silver Wagtail letter opener, together sitting on a crystal paper weight. Designed by Allan Scharff, marked Denmark, Georg Jenson, 925s

A silver and bone handled paper knife, French, circa 1900. 26.5 cm

Two carved bone letter Openers (2) depicting an Egyptian Pharaoh and Queen

An Australian silver boomerang letter opener engraved with a crest of a bird; marked anchor, Stg, C. Length 18.3 cm

An Australian silver boomerang letter opener with kookaburra finial; Prouds, Sydney c.1929. Length 8.7 cm

An Australian silver boomerang letter opener with 9ct gold kookaburra. Length 13 cm

Sterling silver letter opener with gum leaf handle by Zigmunt Libucha

A Victorian tortoiseshell letter opener, bearing the applied silver inscription 'Melba' supplied by Leuchars & Son, 405mm long. Property from the Collection of Dame Nellie Melba GBE

An 18ct gold letter knife, Tiffany & Co, circa 1920 the truncated top section inscribed M and marked Tiffany & Co., the lower section tapering to a sharp point, 60 grams, 220mm long. Property from the Collection of Dame Nellie Melba GBE

Two tortoiseshell letter openers one in the form of a woman the other a dagger

A pair of Victorian silver grape scissors by Charles Rawling and William Summers, London 1847, with a Victorian letter opener by John and Henry Lias, London 1837. The scissors in fiddle and thread shell pattern, the opener of typical form, 139 grams in tot

Two sterling silver handle letter openers, hallmarked Birmingham 1938

Silver & silver plated miniature ornaments, pocket watch, letter opener, napkin ring & bird box (7 items).