68 Billy Hughes (7th Prime Minister of Australia), cast metal door stop, circa 1918 remains of painted finish only faintly visible 15cm high $150–200 69 DON WREFORD Australian art glass bowl, Daylesford, Victoria, late 20th century signed “Wreford” 16cm high, 24cm across $200–300 ❖ 70 Geraldine Gee ventriloquist doll circa 1960s 55cm $600–800 ❖ 71 BRENDEN SCOTT FRENCH Two Australian art glass vases 48cm and 50cm high (2) $400–600 72 Australian art glass seven-piece decanter and goblet set, late 20th century marked “Slater” the jug 24cm high (7) $100–200 ❖ SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS AND NATURAL HISTORY 73 “Around The World Canadian Pacific Route” an impressive world globe on painted cast iron base, 19th century 73cm high, 48cm diameter $1,500–2,500 ❖ 74 “Philips 12 Inch Popular Celestial Globe” with brass mounts on bakelite base, circa 1920 40cm high, 30cm diameter $400–600 75 “Philips 12 Inch Terrestrial Globe” with brass fittings on ebonised turned wooden base, circa 1920 45cm high, 30cm diameter $300–500 76 “Philips British Empire Globe” on turned ebonised stand, circa 1920 35cm high, 19cm diameter $150–250 ❖ 77 “Philips 10 Inch Challenge Globe” with chrome fittings on black bakelite stand, circa 1920 31cm high, 26cm diameter $120–200 ❖ 78 “Aard-Globe” by Wagner & Debes of Leipzig, early 20th century 40cm high, 30cm diameter $150–250 ❖ 79 “Philips 13½ Inch Terrestrial Globe” on black bakelite stand, circa 1920 44cm high, 35cm diameter $120–200 ❖ 80 A Magic Lantern slide projector, brass and tin, 19th century 37cm high, 44cm long, 16cm wide $250–350 81 A rare Australian cedar banjo barometer by J. JENNINGS, 99 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE, 19th century 115cm high $600–800 82 A taxidermied duck, early 20th century 90cm wingspan $200–300 67 Australian marquetry panel by Michael D. Retter, Sydney, titled “Carbeen Eucalyptus tesselaris” , signed lower left “M. D. Retter, 2001” 45.5 x 37cm $150–250 ❖ 68 71 16