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 firstname.lastname@example.org .
Yes this Saturday 5th November we are running an auction at Badger Farm Community Centre, Winchester. It’s at the bottom of the Sainsbury’s car park. Viewing from 12:30 – Auction at 2pm.
As ever, we are never, quite sure what will be for sale until Saturday morning. However this time a seller with some good looking lots has provided us with photos and descriptions.
Here are two to wet your appetite. More will be uploaded shortly. If you are selling this Saturday and wish to promote your lots please add photos and descritions below.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday.
Descriptions of the lots:
Antique copper bed warming pan
Antique brass table light stand (from an oil light)
Vintage decorative wooden cake stand
4 dining chairs (in need of re-upholstery and restoration)
Vintage Remington Noiseless Portable Typewriter with case
Antique Edison Bell Gem cylindrical record player (in need of some parts) and collection of records
Rustic pasta jar and lid
Antique letter weighing scales and weights (needs repair at one hinge)
Framed print of pencil portrait by John Ward
Antique silver plated fish serving knife and fork
Vintage Wedgwood china bell trinket 173 Please advise
Vintage display cabinet with glass walls and shelf
Boxed silver/ silver plate fish knifes and forks
Ceramic green table light with shade
Unusual antique precision made wooden nested jars with lids
Vintage silver plated gentleman’s cigarette box with handle