24/01/2016 Chiswick Curates
This week is a two sale week, with Stamps, Coins and Banknotes on Tuesday 26th January starting at 11am
and Printed Books and Manuscripts on Wednesday 27th January starting at 1pm.
The sale of Stamps, Coins and Banknotes features over 200 lots from around the world with a number of items from the Falkland Islands.
Including this 1891 SG19 1 pence, reddish chestnut, SG21 1 pence claret, SG22 1 pence Venetian red, all crown CA, MM (lot 92). Estimate £80 - £120.
View the catalogue and bid online. If you have any questions or require more information do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8992 4442.
The Printed Books and Manuscripts auction (Wednesday 27th January) is bursting full of interesting items.
One of the highlights is The Mystery of the Sea by Bram Stoker. London: William Heinemann, 1902. Original blue, illustrated cloth, titles in gilt to spine and upper board. Signed by Stoker to "Alfred Harmsworth" (lot 70). Estimate: £700 - £1,000
View the catalogue on our website and you can also bid online.
Both sales will be available to view on Sunday 24th from 12-6pm, Monday 25th 10am - 6pm and before the sale starts on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. This is a chance to come and take a closer look at the collection in full.
The Jewellery Online Auction is now open and includes a beautiful range of items from classic watches to intricate pieces, as well as amazing stones in a variety of settings. View the catalogue and place your bid via the Saleroom.
Last week, we held a sale of Jewellery and Watches. This 18ct gold and diamond floral cluster ring, sold for £4,320 incl Buyer’s Premium. The next sale of this kind will be taking place on Tuesday 15th March. If you have any items to sell, please contact email@example.com
We are pleased to welcome Musical Instruments as a new specialist department here at Chiswick Auctions. Following the extremely successful sale which took place in October, Musical Instruments are now a permanent fixture in our auction line-up. The department will be led by Marco Matathia who has a wealth of experience as a violin maker, restorer, valuer and curator, having dealt with thousands of stringed instruments over the years.
The sales will offer antique and new violins, cellos, double basses, violas, bows and other accessories. Featuring a variety of instruments from lower priced items representing incredible value, alongside exquisite high-end pieces. The auction will appeal to the trade, private buyers and collectors alike.
The Musical Instruments sale will take place on Tuesday 12th April. If you have items you would like to sell, please do get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8992 4442 / 07950 508813.
26th January – Stamps, Coins and Banknotes followed by the General sale
27th January – Printed Books and Manuscripts
2nd February – Antiquities and Tribal Art followed by the General sale
9th February – Ceramics and Glass followed by the General sale
16th February - Rugs followed by Vintage Wine and Spirits followed by the General sale
View the full calendar.
If you have any items you would like to sell, please do get in touch –or call 020 8992 4442.
You can also check the sale results of past auctions.