So just a quick message to the good people who have added yourselves to our blog, to update you on how Sunday’s auction went – thankfully it was a good one. The only slight downside was how the puppets’ hammer prices fared, but overall it was a successful day – here are the top results, plus don’t forget that our next sale is on Sunday 26th September 🙂
- Wainhouse Tower Model: £1,600
- Collection of Indian Gold Jewellery: £1,450
- Boxed Omega Geneve Watch: £800
- Pair of Stinton Royal Worcester Small Vases: £550
- Royal Dux Chariot Figure: £420
- Royal Worcester Fruits Miniature Tea Pot: £440
- Pair of Signed James Skerrett Worcester Tiles: £360
- Early RAF Wall Clock: £340
- Henry John Yeend King Small Oil on Board: £220
- Trio of Wade Punch & Judy Puppets: £220
Hi Everyone, hope you’re all staying safe and enjoying some sunshine, picking up some antique bargains here and there, and welcoming of a blog or two from yours truly!
So last time out was a bit of a milestone for us hitting a £5,000+ hammer price for one of our lots, the Antique French Louis XVI-style desk.. to say I didn’t see that coming would be an understatement, but nonetheless I was really pleased for the family concerned for it to have done so well. That as well as the Gents Franck Muller watch at £2,000 were both brilliant results for us. Here’s the link to Halifax Courier article:
So 4th July should be a good sale, the two Norris Woodworking planes are the star lots so far, but we’re open for consignments all the way up to the afternoon of Wednesday 30th June, if you’re keen to sell with us.
Thank you for supporting the auction and do drop me a line if you’re interested in selling or buying with Halifax Mill Auctioneers. If you’re a Facebooker then do feel free to add yourself as a friend with a ‘like’ or ‘follow’, thanks again..