Latest News from 1818 Auctioneers
- Preview of Figurines & Moorcroft, 16th October 2017
Wednesday, 11th of October 2017: Auctioneer David Hunter has collated a specialist section of figurines and Moorcroft to follow our weekly antiques, vintage, collectables & clearance auction on Monday 16th October. Selling starts at 10am and online bidding is available as usual.
- Results - Weekly Antiques, Vintage, Collectables & Clearance Auction, 9th October
Tuesday, 10th of October 2017: A good day in the saleroom, which started with a couple of cars and included a top-selling Pug and a really good selection of prints. Thanks to all who bought and sold.
- Results - Two Day Antiques, Collectables & Curios Auction, 2nd & 3rd October
Thursday, 5th of October 2017: Thanks to buyers and sellers alike for being part of Monday and Tuesday's Antiques, Collectables & Curios Auction. We're very happy to tell you that we had good results across the board. Top hammer prices follow...
- RESULTS: Monday 16th January, Toys, Models & Railwayana
Wednesday, 18th of January 2017: Thanks to everyone who played a part in our very successful auction on Monday. We're very happy to tell you that the specialist section of toys, models and railwayana reached Â£15,000 and saw a clearance of 93%.
- Auction Results Round-up: November Fine Arts Auction
Thursday, 1st of December 2016: Our auctioneers summarise the lots of interest from a very strong Fine Arts auction, held on November 28th & 29th.
- Auction Results Round-up: Toys, Models & Railwayana, Monday 14th November
Thursday, 17th of November 2016: Thanks to everyone who took part in our specialist auction of Toys, Models & Railwayana on Monday 14th November, auctioneer David Hunter is pleased to report that we had a 90% clearance, with the highest lot price being Â£850 (for lot 607: A refurbished pine booking office counter, believed to be from Green Ayre station, Lanacaster).
- Exceptionally rare 1920s Rolls Royce Christmas gifts expected to make thousands at auction
Monday, 7th of November 2016: TWO very rare Christmas presents given by Rolls Royce to a valued business contact in the 1920s are expected to make thousands of pounds at auction later this month (Mon 28 November)
Known as the sterling silver âObjects de Bureauâ desk set, and made up of 11 items produced between 1926 and 1937, experts believe only seven complete sets exist. The company didnât commission an item in 1931.
A silver ashtray and a cigarette box, given to John Harold Kaye in 1926 and 1928 (respectively) and engraved with his initials, are now up for sale with 1818 Auctioneers on behalf of a grandson.
- RECORD BY CARLISLE BAND MAKES Â£650 AT AUCTION
Thursday, 20th of October 2016: A RARE 1976 record by the Carlisle band 'England', set up by local musician Olly Alcock, has made Â£650 at auction.
Discovered at a valuation day held by 1818 Auctioneers who sold it, the vendor, who wishes to remain anonymous, originally paid Â£2 for it.
- Liverpool Dock History Up For Auction
Thursday, 29th of September 2016: MAPS, plans and specifications for Liverpoolâs docks, dating from the mid to late 1800s and providing a rich insight into their history and growth, are up for auction on Monday 3 October.
The original, hand-tinted documents, many in very good condition and some on cloth, date from a period when the docks became a gateway for mass emigration. Between 1830 and 1930, nine million people sailed from Liverpool, mostly bound for North America, Australia and New Zealand, to seek a better life in the new world. The collection provides a rich insight into the history and growth of the world famous Liverpool Docks in the mid to late 1800s.
- Beatrix Potter letter and books under the hammer for Jo's Appeal
Thursday, 29th of September 2016: A LETTER from Beatrix Heelis (Potter) to Miss Roberts of H Roberts Booksellers of Kendal explaining her reasons for not publishing âThe Fairy Caravanâ in the UK is up for auction on Monday 3 October.