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Auction Calendar

Our next auction will be our Two Day Sale of Jewellery, Antiques & Collectables on Monday 30th September & Tuesday 1st October commencing at 10am.

Viewing will be the Friday 27th, Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th September beforehand from 10am - 4pm and on the morning of the sale from 8am

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Free Valuation Days

Friday 11th Oct
(10am til 4pm) Essex Auction Rooms, 37 Websters Way, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 8JQ
10:00am
Monday 14th Oct
(10am til 4pm) Essex Auction Rooms, 37 Websters Way, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 8JQ
10:00am

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Specialist Auction Sales

We have regular Specialist auctions at our saleroom in Essex of Watches, Jewellery, Toys & Models, Militaria, Sporting Memorabilia and Rock & Pop Memorabilia.

Specialist 2019 sale dates:
Specialist Militaria Sale - 1st October
Football Sale - Monday 7th October & Tuesday 8th October
Specialist American Coin Sale - Friday 18th October
Specialist Toy Sale - Monday 4th November
Specialist Watch Sale - Tuesday 19th November

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Auction Catalogue

You can view all the lots from our latest auction online catalogue here.

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Estimate: £600
Sold: £750
A highly unusual taxidermy six legged dog. This small specimen measure approximately 20cm long, 12cm tall and 5cm wide (this is an approximate measurement of the animal itself, not the base it sits on).

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Estimate: £800
Sold: £1700
A midi Rolex Datejust wristwatch. The gold dial is decorated with square diamond numerals and a magnified date aperture, with a conforming gold tone fluted bezel. Mounted on a bi metal strap, this chronometer is sold with its original box.

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Estimate: £600
Sold: £560
An 18ct yellow gold ring set with four central diamonds in a square formation, flanked either side by three diamonds. Ring size approx N, total weight approx 4.35 grams.

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Estimate: £400
Sold: £460
Two Harriet Glen gold brooches comprising one 18ct in the form of a squirrel and one 9ct in the form of a sheep and two lambs, approx 27g.

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Estimate: £50
Sold: £1700
A rare Minton Porcelain cup and saucer attributed to Marc Louis Solon pate-sur-pate Neo Classical decoration with applied gilt. No damage or restoration.

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Estimate: £80
Sold: £340
A Quality 19th Century Worcester dish cirica 1862-75 by Thomas Bolt, dipicting a Neo classical scene on a deep blue glazed ground. No damage or restoration, diameter 26cm

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Estimate: £600
Sold: £550
A large and impressive 1930s William Moorcroft signed vase with Orchid on a deep blue ground. No damage or restoration. Height 27cm.

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Estimate: £300
Sold: £800
A Quality late 19th or early 20th Chinese Century Carved coral figure the goddess of Mercy the base of the figure carved with flower heads on an ivory base carved in the form of simulated waves. Height 16cm.

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Estimate: £80
Sold: £700
A Quality gilt metal figure of an Indian goddess. With applied cold painted decoration. Height 17cm.

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Estimate: £300
Sold: £360
A Quality Royal Crown Derby hand painted porcelain vase with panels of flowers. Signed C Harris. With applied gilt on a deep blue ground. Hight 37cm no damage or restoration.

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Estimate: £1500
Sold: £5400
A Quality Royal Crown Derby Porcelain display vase with a high tapering cover with detailed quality gilding with applied turquoise on a green and Royal blue ground with hand painted panels signed by Leroy. The marks to the base with Royal warrant His Majesty The King. No damage or restoration height 24cm.

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We are a family firm of auctioneers that was first established in 1947. Based in Rayleigh, Essex, we hold monthly two day auctions of Antiques, Jewellery and Collectables selling over 20,000 lots on an annual basis.

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