Our Antiques and Collectables auctions take place every 6 weeks and goods are welcomed for entry up to 2 weeks prior to this.
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Standard Seller Charges
Seller's commission - 15% of the hammer price.
Lotting fee (per lot) - £5 (which includes photography and entry in the printed and online catalogues);
Accidental Loss and damage warranty - 1.5% of the hammer price, or for unsold and withdrawn lots on the lower estimate;
Withdrawal fee (per lot) - If You wish to withdraw a catalogued lot, a withdrawal fee will apply of £20; together with, in addition, VAT thereon.
Proceeds from all auctions are paid by cheque or bank transfer and are sent out within 4 to 6 weeks of the auction provided they are paid for in full. Should the amount due be less than £15, the cheque will remain at the auction House for collection by the seller.
BOWMORE 1995 Cask type: Butt Cask Number: 261 RLA: 152.90 (approx. 385 bottles at cask strength) abv: 55.6% Currently stored under bond at Inverhouse Distillers - Airdrie
about Lot 9
TIFFANY & CO DIAMOND BALL BYPASS BRACELET in eighteen carat rose gold, the diamonds totalling 1.14cts, from the Tiffany City HardWear Collection
about Lot 56
SPRINGBANK 1999 Cask Type: Fresh Bourbon Cask Cask Number: 191 RLA: 91.8 (approx. 230 bottles at cask strength) abv: 54.4% Currently stored under bond at Springbank Distillery, Campbeltown.
about Lot 7
JAMES MCBEY (Scottish 1883-1959) Port Erroll, watercolour, signed and dated 13 July 1922, 42.5cm x 27.5cm
about Lot 377
GEORGE V SILVER TEA SET comprising a tea pot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, all on ball feet, Sheffield 1917, 1380g/48.6oz
about Lot 193
ART NOUVEAU LIBERTY & CO. ENAMEL DECORATED SILVER BUCKLE of pierced and shaped design, hallmarks for Birmingham 1903; together with six matching enamel decorated buttons marked 950 and MBO, in shaped fitted case
about Lot 155
CHINESE VASE decorated with koi carp, with a pierced wood lid and six character mark to the base, 19.5cm high
about Lot 281
VINTAGE OLDS RECORDING BRASS TRUMPET the bell engraved 'Olds Recording Made By F.E. Olds and Son, Fullerton, Calif', serial number 304426 on the middle piston valve, bell diameter 12cm; together with eight mouth pieces including examples marked: Blessing 10 1/2C, Wm. McCubbrey Glasgow, Rudy Muck 13C Made in England, Rudy Muck Cushion Rim 17C Made in England, and Al Cass Milford Mass. 3; three mutes including one marked Selmer Styratone; and a 'Musician's union Scottish District Directory' for 1971-72, with case Note: this trumpet was owned by Duncan Paterson who appears on page 105 of the directory
about Lot 286
SANTOS DE CARTIER OCTAGON WRISTWATCH the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the circular case with solid gold octagonal bezel, with blue sapphire crown, the back plate numbered 187902 and 00697, mid size model measuring 29mm, on stainless steel bracelet strap with gold screw detail
about Lot 78
VINTAGE SCOTTISH SHIPBUILDER'S BRASS PLAQUE marked 'No. 589 Scotts' Shipbuilding and Engineering Co. Ltd. Greenock', of rectangular form and mounted on wooden panel, 33cm x 50cm Note: The plaque is from yard 589, where Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering built the Diesel Naval Submarine, Trooper, in 1942. The firm was founded in 1711 and closed in 1993. The headquarters were in Greenock, Scotland and they built over 1250 ships on the Clyde.
about Lot 268