Hi Everyone, hope you’re all keeping well and thank you for our sellers and buyers custom, patience and support across this last sale.. There were a few too many passes here and there, but it was still a positive day given how much of a sunny afternoon it was with people still bidding 🙂
We’re taking in goods as we speak for the next auction on Sunday 31st July over this coming week, so please do get in touch if you’re in need of an appraisal or passing on a loved one’s collectables.. Here is our top ten from Sunday:
Lot 176 – Rolex Precision 1960’s Gold Watch – £1,800
Lot 154 – Gold £5 22ct Coin – £1,700
Lot 155 – Gold 22ct Double Sovereign Coin – £1,300
Lot 176a – Maurice Lacroix Ladies Gold Watch – £800
Lot 159c – 18ct Gold, Diamond & Imperial Topaz Ring – £750
Lot 146h – Corgi/Dinky Die-Cast Suitcase Collection – £600
Lot 153 – 1925 Gold Sovereign Coin – £320
Lot 159b – Collection of Victorian Scent Bottles – £280
Lot 123 – Collection of Four Beatles LPs – £260
Lot 114c – Edwardian Chest on Stand – £240
Thanks again and see you all in a few weeks… James
Good afternoon bloggers and bloggees (is that a word?) – I’m pleased to let everyone know that the catalogue has been up online since last night, which is all positive, but there are still additional items to be added as we speak – a Concorde collection, more Railway/Train set collectables, jewellery, lego, allsorts, up to around 400 lots for the weekend.. Thank you to all of our sellers and buyers for their patience and custom.. James
Happy 4th July Independence Day to everyone and our American friends – with a few consignments over the weekend to be added in and detailed today, we will have the catalogue out there and online by this time tomorrow.. 300+ lots as it stands and some really interesting pieces, inc..
Large Train/Railway Collection inc Hornby and Tri-ang etc
Good and Varied Assortment of Gold and Silver Coins
Part Two of the Con Cluskey (The Bachelors) Estate Sale
An Interesting Formula 1 (F1) Motor Racing Photo-Art Collection
Various Jewellery Collections, Dress Rings and a lovely 1960’s Rolex Precision Watch w/9ct strap
Numerous Royal Doulton Figures inc historical pieces and Decorative Ladies
Ercol Furniture, Mouseman Pieces + Yorkshire Oak
Silver Cutlery Sets and Tea Services inc WMF
A Good Collection of Various Vinyl LP Records inc Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Rolling Stones etc
Various Vintage toys inc Dinky and Corgi Die-Cast, Airfix, Revell, Barbie Dolls etc..
Steiff and Merrythought Limited Edition Teddy Bears
Military and Army Cap And Lapel Badges
Moorcroft Pottery (inc Queens Choice), Royal Dux, Wedgwood etc..
Hopefully we’ll see a lot of you bidding and viewing with us at the weekend.. here is the pre-link to the catalogue via The-Saleroom, with Easylive to follow..
Regrettably, we’re having to move our next sale ahead one week, to the following Sunday, so the 10th July..
I am sorry to anyone who’d planned around the original 3rd July date, but as it stands and has stood, there are just too many circumstances contriving together, that have made this Sunday unworkable and not in everyone’s best interests..
Apologies again and thank you for everyone’s custom and patience..
Good afternoon everyone, hope you’re all well and staying safe – so this Sunday’ catalogue is regrettably taking us a little longer than normal to get uploaded, so as it stands, it’s looking like going online via Easylive and The-Saleroom, best case from Wednesday (29/06) morning.
Its again a good assortment of Collectables, Jewellery, Homewares and on this occasion a good chunk of toys, both vintage and some more modern – the toys include Dinky, Corgi and Matchbox Die Cast, Hornby and Triang Railway Sets, Steiff Bears, Barbies, Lead Soldiers + Britains, allsorts!
Lots of rings and jewellery this time around – 75% all there to be sold and without reserve, from lot 150 onwards.., plus the second part of the Con Cluskey Estate Sale from lot number 40 onwards..
If you’re a Facebooker, then do periodically take a look at that page, both for preview photos, as well as the uploaded catalogue link on Wednesday 🙂
Good afternoon everyone, I hope you’re all enjoying the sunshine and not working too hard!
So outside of what transpired to be a tricky day for furniture at the weekend, it was an interesting sale overall with some good prices across the art and watches, strangely enough the stamps too, plus some positive numbers on the items of antique silver and to my surprise the early John Wayne comic book covers.
Our next sale is on Sunday 3rd July @ 12pm, an we’re taking in consignments and goods for that one as we speak, so please do not hesitate to get in touch if you’re after a valuation or would like any advice.. Here are our top 10 results from Sunday’s sale:
Rolex Submariner Hulk Wristwatch (no box nor papers) – £14,300
Peter Brook ‘Frost on Snow’ Painting – £6,400
Peter Brook ‘Sloping Off t’Pub…’ – £3,500 (Sold after the sale)
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Wristwatch (no box nor papers) – £2,600
9ct Gold Charm Bracelet – £1,700
Bulova 18ct Gents Wristwatch – £900
Russian 1830’s Musket – £480
Early Chinese Monkey Netsuke + Silver Purse – £480
Wim Bos Dutch 1930’s Maritime Scene Watercolour – £400
Coin Library Folder w/ a range of silver coins – £400
Hello everyone, I trust you’re all well and have all had a nice Jubilee weekend? So attached via the below links is the catalogue for this forthcoming auction sale we’re featuring for the 12th June event.. There are a still a fair few more items to add, maybe 50+ lots before Thursday, so do take a look today and also over the next day or so for the main bulk and any updates as well..
Halifax Mill Auctioneers are proud to announce our involvement with the estate sale of one of Elland, Brighouse and the Halifax Calder Valley’s most famous musical names, The Bachelors’ Con Cluskey, who sadly passed away earlier this year.
The estate’s treasures and collectables will be spread across specialist sections within our 12th June, 3rd July and 24th July auction catalogue sales, and will include personal effects, items of furniture and homewares, plus some really great pieces of music memorabilia, instruments, and Bachelors’ keepsakes.
Having lived in our region for over 50yrs, he will have been a familiar face to many of our locals, both from the stage and on the radio, and we’re very much looking forward to honouring his legacy. If you would like any advance information about these next three auctions, then please do not hesitate to contact us on 01422 649669, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, thank you.
Good evening everyone, I must say time goes slowly when I think back that our sale was only a week ago today.. It was an interesting day and outside of us having accepted a couple of Rolex watches with too high/optimistic reserves, it was a great sale.. Whether it be a number of new buyer faces, our new sale-room bidding platform partnership improving, or the range of collectables that overachieved, it was a successful day all-around!
Our catalogue for 12th June is already looking interesting with additional appointments in the book for this week and next, plus we’re accepting goods and consignments all the time, so don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’d like to sell with us across either this next auction or on 3rd or 24th July..
For now though, here are the top ten financials from last week’s sale and catch you all soon, also do keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates here and there:
Good afternoon everyone, hope you’ve all had a nice weekend.. So the first online upload of the 15th May catalogue went up last night, just 260 lots so far, but once we get are skates on across the rest of today, Tuesday, Wednesday (latest), we should be up around 350 lots.. There are some great items again I must say, so I hope you all enjoy having a browse through – remember we do have two bidding platforms too, and I’ve included both links below..
Bidding with the Saleroom adds on 4.95%+vat and Easylive adds either 3%+vat or they offer a one-off £3 up-front fee prior to registering, meaning on that basis no additional percentage uplift to your commission total..