Auction Report – 5 November 2016

Home Made Cakes

Home Made Cakes

Our Bonfire Day auction had the normal range of colour and moments of surprise. An Edison wax cylinder record player produced the biggest fireworks selling for £110. Followed up by a bang from the five vintage car badges on a rail selling for £60. You can see these and the other ten top selling items below.

But some people just come for the cake.

There will be more cake and probably mince pies at our Saturday 3rd December auction in Itchen Abbas Village Hall. If you would like to sell lots (not cakes) at this auction, please contact Claire – 01962 734941 or bookings@auctionsinday.co.uk .


 

Lot 25 - Collection of butterflies and moths in wooden case - Sold for £25

Lot 25 – Collection of butterflies and moths in wooden case
Sold for £25

Lot 29 - Heavy oriental table lamps - Sold for £27

Lot 29 – Heavy oriental table lamps
Sold for £27


Lot 32 - Box of oriental china - Sold for £37

Lot 32 – Box of oriental china
Sold for £37

Lot 35 - Crown Derby tea seat -Sold for £35

Lot 35 – Crown Derby tea seat
Sold for £35


Lot 101a - Sideboard with cutlery canteen - Sold for £30

Lot 101a – Sideboard with cutlery canteen
Sold for £30

Lot 114 - "Cheeky girl" statuettes - Sold for £27

Lot 114 – “Cheeky girl” statuettes
Sold for £27


Lot 126 - Six Waterford wine glasses - Sold for £52

Lot 126 – Six Waterford wine glasses
Sold for £52

Lot 160 - Edison Bell Gem cylindrical record player and wax cylinders - Sold for £110

Lot 160 – Edison Bell Gem cylindrical record player and wax cylinders
Sold for £110


Lot 165 - Display cabinet - Sold for £50

Lot 165 – Display cabinet
Sold for £50

Lot 194 - Ornately carved tall back oak chair - Sold for £30

Lot 194 – Ornately carved tall back oak chair
Sold for £30


Lot 243 - Five Vintage car badges mounted on a rail - Sold for £60

Lot 243 – Five Vintage car badges mounted on a rail
Sold for £60

Lot 243 - Three WWII medals with ribbons - Sold for £35

Lot 243 – Three WWII medals with ribbons
Sold for £35


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