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Thu 17 October 2019
541 Lots entered with 80% of these selling.
A large array of items forward for the October Auction with 541 Lots entered and over 80% sold.A large crowd of over 100 people in the room (probably the most for some time) with interest in all sections. A high level of interest on both the internet bidding platforms created a vibrant selling atmosphere. Our top Lot which confirmed the attraction of Auctions, led to Lot 345, A group of otters in bronze, selling at £980.00, which exceeded expectations by several hundred pounds.
Other highlights were, Lot 215 – Miscellaneous ceramics including a pair of Chinese temple dogs at £480.00 and a selection of jewellery sold from £250.00 to £350.00.
WW1 & WW2 militaria and memorabilia always attract considerable interest with Lot 376, A WW1 Iron Cross and RAF Badges selling at £340.00. Lot 337, A rare Joubert Cie Welsh Fusiliers WW1 trench raiding sword sold at £220.00.
18th century oak furniture was selling well from £300.00 - £450.00An Arts & Crafts Brass wall mirror with inset high fired Ruskin ceramic roundals sold at £300.00, again exceeding expectations.