Latest News from 1818 Auctioneers
- Private collector's collection of the world's rarest vinyl makes Â£25,000 plus at auction (19 September)
Tuesday, 27th of September 2016: A private collectorâs collection of a least 750 vinyls has made over Â£25,000 at 1818 Auctioneers on the Lancashire, Cumbria border.
Highlights include â a collection of Nick Drake LPâs, including âBryter Laterâ, and ephemera went for Â£650; the Beatles âPaper Back Writerâ Demo Copy which sold for Â£550; and 11 classical albums on Columbia, Decca and EMI Labels, made Â£450 and; Rolling Stones âLet it Bleedâ which realised Â£340.
The sale, on Monday 19 September, attracted bids from record collectors and music fans from around the UK as well as from those local to the saleroom.
- COLLECTION OF THE WORLD'S RAREST VINYL UP FOR AUCTION: MONDAY 19 SEPTEMBER, CROOKLANDS
Thursday, 15th of September 2016: Music fans and vinyl investors have a rare opportunity to see and own some of the worldâs most valuable records as a private collection is auctioned at a rare vinyl auction next Monday (19 September) at 1818 Auctioneers on the Lancashire, Cumbria border.
- Beatrix Potter lots likely to attract strong interest during 150th anniversary year
Saturday, 20th of August 2016: 2016 is the 150th anniversary of the birth of Beatrix Potter, so we are really pleased to have two fantastic lots coming up in the October Fine Arts auction (3rd & 4th October) that chart some of her local connections and her publishing history.
- SALE OF PRESTIGIOUS POSTCARD COLLECTION SETS RECORD FOR J36 AUCTION HOUSE
Monday, 8th of August 2016: The sale of 30,000 postcards has set a new record for an auction house on the Lancashire Cumbria border.
1818 Auctioneers who have salerooms at Junction 36 Rural Auction Centre, say the collection, which formed part of their two day fine art sale, made Â£25,000 with one album going for Â£1,400 â seven times its estimate.
- Wainwright comparison drawn as local artist's work comes up for auction
Monday, 25th of July 2016: A collection of work by a local artist who worked in the shadow of Wainwright is up for auction on Tuesday 2 August.
Amongst the 16 lots by the Kirkby Lonsdale based artist Karl Stedman, who died last year aged 85, are some of the pen and ink drawings he produced for local magazines over a period of 20 years. They include studies of Alston, Carlisle, Cockermouth, Workington, the Langdale Pikes, Keswick and Maryport.
- Rare Collection of Wrenn OO Gauge Trains at 1818 Auctioneers
Thursday, 21st of July 2016: A rare collection of Wrenn OO gauge trains valued at Â£20,000 - Â£30,000 will go under the hammer at 1818 Auctioneers on July 11th as part of their specialist auction of toys and railwayana.
- Guitar highlights: Specialist Music & Entertainment Sale of Musical Instruments, Collectable Vinyl, Equipment & Memorabilia
Friday, 29th of April 2016: 1818's Music expert, Kev Kendal shares his passion for the guitars going under the hammer on Monday May 2nd.
- Results of Catalogued Specialist Auction, April 4th & 5th
Wednesday, 13th of April 2016: David Brookes summarises the April 4th & 5th auction results.
- Saleroom successes are sweet music to 1818 Auctioneers' ears
Monday, 11th of April 2016: Latest press release from 1818 Auctioneers highlighting the forthcoming May 2nd sale of Specialist Music & Entertainment, Musical Instruments, Vinyl & Memorabilia. The sale will start at 12.30pm , being preceded in the morning by a televised auction of Collectables and Antiques for BBC Antiques Road Trip.
- Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th April: Unparalleled Collection of Military Cap Badges
Friday, 25th of March 2016: Militaria, stamps and coins specialist, Ken has thoroughly enjoyed cataloging a strong section for this monthâs sale, particularly an unparalleled collection of military cap badges