Items from the estate of the late Dame Elisabeth Frink (1930-93) are included in the Charterhouse sale in Sherborne, Dorset, on November 14-15. The items, all in barn storage for several years, come via her son from her marriage to her first husband Michel Jammet.
“It is quite an eclectic selection, as you would expect from a family of artists,” says auctioneer Richard Bromell.
A floor-standing painted wood candelabrum is guided at £100-150.
A rare programme for the 1954 World Cup Final played at the Wankdorf Stadium in Bern, Switzerland, carries an estimate of £300-400 at an online sale conducted by Midlands Sports Auctions in West Bromwich that closes on November 17.
The final, still known in Germany as the Miracle of Bern, is often deemed one of the greatest matches in World Cup history. West Germany, who had been hammered 8-3 by the Golden Team of Hungary in the group stages, produced a massive upset when beating them 3-2 in the final on July 4, 1954.
The sale titled Mid Century Design at W&H Peacock in Bedford on November 16 includes an upholstered metal-framed armchair designed by Bengt Ruda for Nordiska Kompaniet.
An early-20th century silvered bronze car mascot or hood ornament depicting the Royal Naval Crown carries an estimate of £100-200 at East Bristol Auctions on November 15.
It is stamped with the name Gieves as it was originally retailed by the renowned Savile Row tailor (and naval uniform supplier) Gieves & Hawkes.
The original design, adopted by the Admiralty in 1903, was by Everard Green, then ‘Rouge Dragon’ at the College of Arms.