12 AUGUST 2021 Sale Information

Dear Friends, Let’s start with some health and safety.  We are viewing this next sale on Wednesday 11th August, and we will request that you wear face masks.  I only need one member of staff to contract Covid and it will close us down.  There will be no public in the sale room during the sale. It’s that time again and we have another sale for you; this one is on the 12th August starting at 11am with viewing on Wednesday the 11th between noon Continue reading →

1 JULY 2021 Sale Information

Dear Friends,  Think  four Cs.  That covers our July 1st auction.  CAR, CIGARS, CAPODIMONTE AND CLOCKS.  We have a 1929 Morris Cowley Flatnose saloon for sale, registration KX 3053.  Our vendor remembers trips out with the whole family.  And then dad decided to rebuild it!  In the meantime a tree grew in front of the garage door, which we had to have removed before dragging it out.  It is for restoration, whilst a restored engine is in place and the original comes too.  Plenty of Continue reading →

1 JULY 2021 Images

Images of some of the items in our July sale: Morris Cowley Flatnose 1929 Reg: KX3053, for restoration:

27 MAY 2021 Sale Information

Dear Friends, At the bottom of my garden is a luscious field full of cowslips and Lady’s Smock, or the cuckoo flower, beckoning us into summer.  None of us can wait. Just before then though we have a great sale for you, perhaps the last with viewing by appointment and no presence in the saleroom on sale day. It’s on Thursday the 27th May at 11am with viewing on the 26th from 12 noon to 7pm. In the 70s and 80s John Sparrow and his Continue reading →

27 MAY 2021 Images

Images of some of the items in our May sale: From the estate of the late John Sparrow and his partner the late Bryan Catley, author of ‘Art Deco and Other Figures’. STATEMENT from Brian Seifert: I have spent a large part of my life connected to the Art World. I spent the sixties as an Interior Designer working on banks, hotels and homes. I moved into the printing industry and spent over 30 years building a reprographics company. Thiswas followed by ten years during which Continue reading →