A Rolex Oyster Perpetual 18ct Gold Ladies Wristwatch w/box & paperwork + guarantee & service receipts (photo inc)
Good Collection of First Edition Books inc Raymond Chandler, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway, John Lennon, Dylan Thomas, Joseph Conrad etc..
A Good Variety of Gold Jewellery inc a mayor/mayoress set, sovereigns, gold pocketwatches, chains, rings etc..
Various German and French Mantel Clocks + a lovely Smiths wall-clock
Two Extensive Royal Albert Old Country Roses Tea & Dinner Services
A Large Array of Vintage and Gold-Nibbed Mentmore/Platignum Fountain Pens
Some great vintage toys include boxed and near-mint Barbie Dolls & Steiff Bears
We’re still accepting goods all the way up to Thursday 24th March for this next sale, so if you are keen to add to what is currently looking like a great catalogue, then please do not hesitate to get in touch, either on the phone to 01422 649669/07712 566791, or via email to email@example.com.
Good afternoon everyone, I hope you’re all doing well and having a decent start to 2020?
So last weekend’s sale was interesting, some highs, some lows, but all-in-all a good day for our vendors/sellers with some fierce bidder battles and above average hammer prices..
So don’t forget, our next auction is two weeks today and if you’re keen to want to sell with us and enter your goods into our February catalogue, then you’ve got until next Monday 14th, Valentines day, to get in touch.
Below is a list of our top ten hammer prices from Saturday 30th:
Good evening everyone, hope you’re all well – so yesterday’s sale was quite interesting and it was nice to see so many new faces in the sale-room.. Thank you to our customers for making the day what it was 🙂
So first off the next sale for us is on Sunday 30th January, and we’re open for taking in of goods this week, as well as collecting sold items, if you’d like to drop in. Our top ten results, financially, from yesterday’s sale are as follows:
Lot 210 – 18ct Diamond Cluster Ring – £800
Lot 112 – Pair of Bronze Storks – £650
Lot 200 – 9ct 21g Gold Chain – £320
Lot 110 – Pair of Antique Legal Document Boxes – £200
Good evening everyone, so here’s the uploaded catalogue link via Easylive Auctions, for this coming Saturday’s sale – with viewing in-person here in Halifax on Thursday and Friday 10am-5pm, plus the Saturday morning. To be clear, our sale days are 99% normally the Sundays, but we’ve had to make this one off change on this occasion.
Just under 300 lots at present, so a small first auction of the year for us, with a few more pieces for me to add in tomorrow, with more jewellery, rugs, toys, ceramics and collectables in particular.
Thank you for everyone’s interest and do drop us a line if you’ve got any questions..
PS Hello to all of our new blog followers off the back of the business’ Antiques Road Trip debut earlier this week (we’re on again this Tuesday afternoon btw!)
Episode Three is this coming Wednesday, featuring experts James Braxton and Natasha Raskin-Sharp, with the second episode of our run in Series 24, the following Tuesday 11th, featuring David Harper & Izzy Balmer.. here’s a link and here’s hoping that we come across well on the TV!!
Good evening to all of our blog followers and web supporters – thank you to everyone who have bought and sold with us this year, who’s commented and endorsed, who’ve spread the good word and passed on goodwill, basically to all the good people who have helped us on our journey since the start of the year, thank you so, so much!
Our top ten of the year includes the amazing 19th Century French serpentine desk at just under a £6,000 hammer price, the miniature Norris plane at £3,700, the Franck Muller watch at £2,000, the French Gold Coin Bracelet at £1,800, the incredible Wainhouse Tower Model at £1,600, the Indian 22ct Gold Necklace Set at £1,450, a rare set of British War Medals at £1,100, the Burmese Ruby & Diamond 18ct Gold Ring at £1,000, the 18ct Diamond Cluster Ring at £950, and finally the great locally acquired Moreau bronze classical figure, back in May, at £900…
The auction diary for 2022, starts on January 9th and follows on very third Sunday, to:
January 30th, February 20th, March 13th
April 3rd, April 24th, May 15th
June 5th, June 26th, July 17th
Aug 7th, Aug 28th, Sep 18th
Oct 9th, Oct 30th, Nov 20th, Dec 11th
Here’s hoping for a brilliant 2022 and thank you again for everyone’s support across the last twelve months 🙂
Good afternoon everyone, hope you’ve all had a lovely week and that you enjoyed Sunday’s sale, some ups and downs, but a good day all-in-all, happy vendors and happy buyers!
The highlight was how the Barbie dolls performed, my most unexpected hammer of day was £130 for the Victorian Gypsy Mirror, and my heart-warming chuckle of the day was seeing Sally (Office Manager) bringing in some throws from our house for buyers to wrap around them in-case they got too cold 🙂
So our Top 20 results from Sunday are as follows – we’re taking in and accepting goods as we speak for the next sale, so please do get in touch if you’re interested:
19th Century French Gold Coin Bracelet – sold for £1,800
Pokemon First Generation Card Set – sold for £850
Gents Gold Sovereign Ring – sold for £500
Gold Topaz Ring & Necklace – sold for £380
Joblot of Various 9ct Gold – sold for £360
Triple-Entente Belgian Pocketwatch & Gold Parts Pocketwatch – sold for £320
Collection of Hornby Train/Railway Sets – sold for £280
Mens’ 9ct Gold Cufflinks – sold for £280
Gold Charm Bracelet – sold for £260
1990’s Lego Train Set – sold for £240
Illuminated Land Rover Sign – sold for £190
Triang Train Set w/Buildings etc – sold for £180
Mattel 1960’s Barbie Doll – sold for £180
Mattel 1960’s Barbie Doll – sold for £170
Mattel 1960’s Barbie Doll – sold for £160
Gold Topaz Ring & Necklace – sold for £150
Palm Beach Barbie Doll – sold for £150
Philip Heath Ulla Lost Mid-size Doll – sold for £140
Royal Yacht Britannia Naval Uniform – sold for £135
Good afternoon everyone, I hope you’re having a good end to October and are happy halloweening or planning Fireworks nights etc… We’re cataloguing right now, and I just wanted to preview a few of the selections from our forthcoming Sunday 7th November sale, firstly here’s the link to our article in the Halifax Courier this week, about one vendor’s England World Cup 1966 collection:
Hope you’re all having a good weekend and keeping warm brrrrr… So just to recap on the last sale, I thought we’d just drop out a rundown of the top sellers from Sunday – the TV filming was the highlight of course, but below are a few of the top earners, many thanks!
Lot 140 – 9ct Gold Charm Bracelet – £520
Lot 146 – 9ct Gold Ladies Bracelet – £400
Lot 255 – G-Plan Teak Sierra Sideboard – £300
Lot 41 – Art-Deco Silver Birmingham Tea Service – £250
Lot 250 – Steel Frame Sling Back Designer Danish Leather Chair – £220
Lot 251 – Sling Back Designer Danish Chair & Pouffe – £220
Lot 160 – 9ct Gold Chain – £200
Lot 152 – Two Pairs of Gold & Diamond Set Earrings – £200
Lot 161 – 9ct Gold Chain – £190
Lot 77b – Thomas the Tank Engine Boxed Set – £180
Lot 38 – Gnomeman Yorkshire Oak Stool – £180
Lot 122 – 18ct & White Gold Diamond Ring – £180
Lot 266 – Large Antique Skep/Mill Basket – £170
Lot 185 – Trawlerman Portrait by Bernard Hailstone – £160
Lot 49 – Oil-on-Board of a Shipwreck, possibly Claude-Joseph Vernet – £160
See you all for our 7th November sale – so far we’ve got a specialist 1966 World Cup memorabilia collection, Hornby and others train sets, lots of boxed Lego, some very nice gold jewellery w/Polish amber bead necklaces, a number of boxed Barbie and other original dolls, all-sorts really – if you’re keen to consign anything for the 7th, then please do get in touch 🙂
Psssstt.. PS – if you can keep a secret, we’ve still got one of the cheapest ‘standard’ like-for-like seller commission rates in Yorkshire, just 10%+vat… I don’t think its out there yet as I hear a rumour that people are paying 15-20% or more elsewhere, plus various charges like lotting fees etc… Just thought it would be worth a reminder 😉
There a couple of additional lots to add in across the remainder of today (Wednesday), so the total will likely be around 330 once we’re said and done! For those of you who are interested in the Antiques Road Trip filming and part of the day, their experts have consigned 20 items with us, so take a look and maybe see if you can guess the twenty?! Best score so far is 5/20!!
On the Road Trip front, the only other thing to mention, sadly, is that the experts, James Braxton and Natasha Raskin-Sharp, are sadly not going to be with us on the day itself due to covid filming concerns and restrictions, but the cameras and STV’s production crew are.. whatever the case it should be an exciting day 🙂