26th APRIL 2012

Here is a selection of photographs of items in our April sale:

26th APRIL 2012

AN AUCTION OF ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES & GENERAL EFFECTS on Thursday 26th April at 11am View: Wednesday 25th, 1–7pm and sale day from 9.30am to include a fantastic one owner, low mileage Triumph 2500TC saloon, 1975 and a Mazda sports car, soft and hard tops,1990, recent cambelt change, MOT for 12 months, est. £700–1000 PAINTINGS incl. F W Scarbrough, G Simonau, J Salmon, C Vasher, Roy Perry, Max Roemer, Richard Mather, George Romney, E W Cook. SILVER & PLATE. JEWELLERY incl. a large quantity of gold, Continue reading →

22nd MARCH 2012

NOTICE OF AN AUCTION OF ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES AND GENERAL EFFECTS including an extensive collection of designer handbags, clothes and modern televisions ON THURSDAY 22ND MARCH AT 11AM View Wednesday 21st, 1-7pm, and saleday from 9.30am (NB Parking on the double yellow lines on the station driveway may result in your car being towed away.) I really can’t boast of a full saleroom this time so we might get away before 8pm!  However, what’s here is worth a visit especially if you want to benefit from Continue reading →

16th FEBRUARY 2012

ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES AND GENERAL EFFECTS On Thursday 16th February 2012 @ 11am. View 15th, 1-7pm; saleday from 9.30am Including a fine early 18th century marquetry walnut longcase clock by William Prevost, Newcastle, 3 watercolours by David Gentleman, 20 items of Lalique and a barn-find MGB GT V8, M registered, chassis no. GD2D1 478 C There really is no excuse not to have a full sale for you this time. Indeed, due to the long break, we are having to send goods into store for the Continue reading →

8th DECEMBER 2011

NOTICE OF AN AUCTION OF ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES & GENERAL EFFECTS ON THURSDAY 8TH DECEMBER 2011 at 11AM VIEW: 7TH 1-7PM AND SALEDAY FROM 9.30AM As I prepare to write this notice a gentleman has delivered about 60 good press photographs he saved from a skip. They all deal with WW2 and include all the A-list stars along with the war cabinet, scenes from the Pacific, American marines on the Iwo beachhead, Chinese infantrymen on the Salween front, Poles being frisked for weapons, a ruined Norwegian Continue reading →

8th DECEMBER 2011

A selection of items in our forthcoming sale on the 8th of December. Moving quickly into the December 8th auction, we are clearing lots of interesting properties including the home of a past chairman of Crown Derby, a wonderful flat in Little Venice, two retired dealers, one form Westbourne Grove who dealt in Oriental and a large local property that includes an immaculate Ford Popular that cost £6000 6 years ago. It is to be sold without reserve. The following pictures are just a taster Continue reading →

3rd NOVEMBER 2011

NOTICE OF AN AUCTION OF ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES AND GENERAL EFFECTS ON THURSDAY 3RD NOVEMBER AT 11AM Please scroll down the page to see photographs! View: Wednesday 2nd 1-7pm and saleday from 9.30am Including an important Beauvais tapestry, circa 1720, 10ft x 13ft, an important late discovery of a fine pair of Russian Popov mid-19th century porcelain jugs, a great collection of 1960s clothes, and three motor cars. The tapestry we have is in phenomenally good condition and comes with an estimate of £8000- £12,000. We Continue reading →

29th SEPTEMBER 2011

SALE OF ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES AND GENERAL EFFECTS ON THURSDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER 2011 AT 11AM VIEW: WEDNESDAY 28TH 1-7PM; SALEDAY FROM 9.30AM Including a very rare Doulton figure group of two bunnies, HN209 and a rare mounted quetzal. Oh boy!!   What a full saleroom!  Checking the shelves I see 20 or so CLOCKS, mainly 19th and 20th century, including slate clocks, one of Egyptian form surmounted with a bronze sphinx, and a fusee wall clock. An interesting item is an Elgin USSV ship watch in lockable Continue reading →

2nd JUNE 2011

Auction Thursday 2nd June 2011 at 11am Viewing Wednesday 1st 1-7pm or from 9.30 am Sale Day The Sheriff of Nottingham once lived in The Priory in Mansfield Woodhouse, a huge house with 15th century orgins. I was delighted to be asked to clear the current contents, mostly 18th and 19th century including a large bureau bookcase, an armoire, a lovely cheval mirror, chests on chests, oak settles and more, and a large collection of books. At the other end of the decorative scale we Continue reading →

24th MARCH 2011

AN AUCTION OF ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES AND GENERAL EFFECTS On Thursday 24th March at 11am. View Wednesday 23rd 1-7pm or Sale day from 9.30am Including a rare De Morgan vase, a good stamp collection and a fine Victorian overmantel mirror. As the snowdrops move over for the daffodils our March sale fast approaches.  The most exciting thing of all is that Luan has discovered a very rare De Morgan vase from The Morgan Crucible Company, circa 1881.  At 18″, it’s decorated in the Isnik style.  There Continue reading →