Good afternoon followers and bloggers.. so, the 18th March sale albeit on a non-standard Saturday wasn’t too bad, a decent auction all-in-all, a few passes here and there, but some good results, as you’ll see from the below summary..
Our next sale is on SUNDAY 16th APRIL at 12pm, and is coming together to be a decent catalogue, so hopefully we’ll see an array of great results in a few weeks time..
Following enquiries from our January valuation days, we’ve got another couple in the diary for April, in Barrowford, Lancashire and also Mirfield, West Yorkshire on Saturday the 22nd and 29th respectively, so they should be good all things being well.
No more BBC TV appearances for a while I don’t think, unless I decide to telephone Cash in the Attic, Bargain Hunt or Mr Dickinson, but we’ll see.. As we’re getting used to the TV coverage I feel as if Jon and I, plus the wider team, are treating it as second nature.. cue the trumpet blowing and self-congratulations haha..
Here are the Top-Ten from Saturday 18th.. do dig out any Chinese rarities you might have!
- Lot 15 – Chinese Bronze Deity = £3,300
- Lot 299c – Chanel Vintage Handbag – £1,100
- Lot 147 – Victorian 15ct Gold Sweetheart Ring – £1,050
- Lot 22 – Late 19th Century Royal Chessmen Set – £850
- Lot 145 – Swiss Beuche-Girod Gold Watch – £580
- Lot 300 – 9ct Gold 23.5g Curb Chain – £540
- Lot 82 – Rare 19th Century French Stamp Set – £500
- Lot 148 – 18ct Gold & Ruby Ring – £460
- Lot 95 – Collection of Various Silver Coins – £440
- Lot 10a – Small Peter Brook Original of a Cat – £420