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Large antique French blacksmith's bellows, approx 168 cm long x 124 cm wide

Victorian inlaid treen pin cushion, in the form of bellows, 18.2 cm wide

A pokerwork kookaburra pattern smoker's stand and pair of bellows, the stand 68 cm high

Fire bellows. 19th century oak, beautifully decorated with angels, lions head & Armorials, length 76 cm

'Tut Tut' early motorcar and driver, Lehmann Brand – EPL 490, German tinplate, clockwork wind-up toy in excellent original condition with Lehmann marks, operational mechanism, trumpet horn and paper bellows to the underside, c. 1920s/30s, USA

A group of eight Limoges boxes and ornaments, later 20th century, comprising four shaped trinket boxes, an ashtray, two pairs of miniature bellows, a miniature trinket box designed as a chair, and a tiny shell dish, all in bleu-de-roi and gilt decorated wi

Antique French fire bellows, approx 66 cm long, 33 cm wide

An unusual ornately carved set of oak and leather fire bellows, Italian/Spanish, 19th century, 115 cm long

Huon pine Arts & Crafts bellows decorated with gumnut & gumleaf carving

A collection of ancient glass earrings, Geelvink Bay area, West Papua; these glass earrings were collected on the Waropen Coast along the north Coast of West New Guinea, traditionally called 'Dimbo' in the local Warpoen language, they were an important typ

Victorian bellows, with leather and brass components and carved timber body, 47 cm long

Early 19th century English elm, leather and brass fire bellows, approx 72cm long

A pair of brass mounted oak fire bellows, English, 19th century. 56 cm long, 20 cm wide

A set of carved pine bellows, Australian, late 19th century, 67 cm long

An early 19th century glass decanter in the form of a bellows with new sterling silver spout

A brass and leather studded fender together with a pair of wrought iron firedogs and bellows, 50 cm high, 170 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A timber framed applied embroidered dragon design fire screen together with a set of bellows

A German walnut cased mantel clock, the architectural case incorporating a carved pediment with cuckoo mechanism, the square face flanked by spiral carved columns, the brass face with silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, the 8-day mechanism by Jungha

A mahogany 'Musette' crank organ music box, with rolls, circa 1870/80s, an American made hand cranked music roll player, housed within a table top box with a hinged top and fall front case decorated with gilt stencilling, the cranking mechanism and bellows

Hohner 21 button Accordion. Pressed pattern wood case with some border holes. Bellows appear functional

A large Meissen ewer, 'Fire', late 19th/early 20th century, the baluster body with moulded dragon handle and applied figures of gods and putti holding emblems of fire; bellows, kindling and torches, the whole profusely moulded and glazed with a deep band p

A large Meissen ewer, 'Air', late 19th/early 20th century the baluster body with shaped flowing handle and applied and painted figures of the Queen of the heavens, putti blowing clouds and bellows and exotic birds on a ground of swirling clouds within feat

A German porcelain figure of a travelling bellows seller, 19th century, crossed mark

Flutina c1850, forerunner of the accordion as we know it today. It was made by the Busson Brevete Companay of Paris, stamped on side of wood. All mother of pearl keys working, some scuffing to bellows but no holes can be seen, with original case. Instrumen

Piccolette de luxe No. 396648, Contessa-Nettel, Germany; 127-rollfilm, tan-leather body covering and bellows, nickelled-metal fittings, with a Carl Zeiss, Jena Tessar f/4. 5 7. 5 cm. Lens No. 552572 in a dial-set Compur shutter; a black Piccolette with a N

Lantern slide viewer, British; 3. 25 x 3. 25 inch, mahogany body, brass-fittings, black square-cut bellows, and binocular viewing lenses with slide focusing

Polyrama Panoptique, France; the green-paper covered body containing six 20 x 14 cm. Views; green-paper bellows and mahogany lens panel with viewing lens

Leica M2 No. 1138683, chrome, with a Visoflex reflex housing, bellows unit, double cable-release, and a Leitz screw-fit Summicron 5 cm. F/2 lens No. 1192598

Leicaflex No. 1122606, chrome, Leicaflex bellows attachment, with a Leitz Elmarit-R f/2. 8 35mm. Lens No. 2042409 with cap

A Victorian mahogany and leather pair of bellows, with metal bead rims and decorated panels and scrolls, a bone disk inlaid to the centre and with painted wording of the Lord's Prayer and 'H Leavestey Maker, Nottingham', 77 cm long.

A Tanzbar Mechanical Accordion. Germany, rosewood veneered case with fretted sound vents, leather strap handles at each end, decorated paper over leather bellows

Pair of brass and timber leather studded bellows, marked [Triton]. Length 86 cm