Chinese ginger jars A pair of 18th Century Chinese ginger jars that sold for £2,675 inc commissions
Victorian £5 gold coin An 1887 Queen Victoria £5 coin, est £800 - 1,000
Our 1st February auction saw record numbers of registrations and bidders for our online auction. Highlights included a Chinese Daoguang bowl selling for £1,700 inc commission, a Victorian ebonised credenza selling for £850 and an Art Deco diamond ring selling for £2,400 inc. Our next auction on 22nd February includes a 1st edition Winnie the Pooh and a limited edition Kate Greenaway volume including a pencil sketch. The sale will have a particularly strong stamp section with a consignment of 20 lots from a deceased estate collection. Including a good Great Britain Windsor album containing high value Queen Victoria stamps, estimated at £1,000 - 1,500. The sale also includes three prints by leading British artist John Piper, a set of Royal Doulton figures depicting Henry VIII and his six wives, and a rare flintlock pistol by Durs Egg. Highlights from past recent sales include an 1887 Queen Victoria £5 Gold coin that sold for £2,100 inc commissions, an Asprey silver mounted spirit barrel that sold for £1150 inc, a pair of Chinese ginger jars that sold at £2,675 inc commissions and an interesting collection of autographs that fetched £875 inc commissions. For advice on consigning items for our auction on January 11th or any aspect of the auction process contact the saleroom on 01425 480 178.