Medals, Militaria, Jewels and Gems…
14th March 2016
This week we are playing host to three fantastic specialist sales,
the week starts on Tuesday 15th March with Medals and Militaria
followed by Jewellery and Watches which will then be followed by the General sale.
The Punjab sale is taking place on Wednesday 16th March and starts at 1pm.
The Medals & Militaria sale is taking place on Tuesday 15th March at 11am. Amongst the star lots is Lot 2. WWI Military Cross medal group awarded to WWII casualty Captain J.R. West , Berks Yeo (Berkshire Yeomanry) and later of 5th Battalion Dorset Home Guard; GV Military Cross, 1914-15 Star, British War and Victory Medals and miniatures.
Captain West died as a result of friendly fire as he, along with many, were strafed by an inexperienced Canadian pilot whilst attending a fire power demonstration. Included in this lot are memoriam, coroner deposition and inquisition, card of his former residence, identity card, photograph of him in uniform, copy of the events of the friendly fire incident. Estimate: £2,500 – £3,000
For more information, contact Captain Mark Longson on 020 8992 4442 or ku.oc1506082972.snoi1506082972tcuak1506082972ciwsi1506082972hc@kr1506082972am1506082972
The Jewellery and Watches sale includes a wide selection of beautiful and unique pieces.
One of the pieces that stands out is lot 468, a gent’s c.1960’s 18ct rose gold ‘Rolex’ Oyster Perpetual day-date chronometer wrist watch (1803). Estimate: £5,000 – £6,000.
Along with lot 377, an Art Deco gold, platinum, pink sapphire and natural pearl dress ring. Estimate: £1,200 – £1,500.
View the catalogue and bid online. If you have any questions or require more information, contact ku.oc1506082972.snoi1506082972tcuak1506082972ciwsi1506082972hc@tt1506082972am1506082972 or call 020 8992 4442.
Wednesday 16th March, 1pm
Antiquarian Postcards, Books, Maps & Photographs
PRIVATE LIBRARY OF A SCOTTISH COLLECTOR
On Wednesday 16th March at 1pm, we will be showcasing the second and final part of this unique collection of 19th century photography, vintage postcards and maps relating to British India and Afghanistan.
The fine private library has been the dedication of a Glaswegian-born collector, who has spent the best part of 50 years compiling this fascinating selection of pieces.
All sales will be available to view on Monday 14th 10am – 6pm and before the sales starts on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. This is a chance to come and take a closer look at the collection in full.
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Dates for your diary
Tuesday 15th March – Jewellery and Watches followed by Medals and Militaria followed by the General sale
Wednesday 16th March – Punjab sale
Tuesday 22nd March – Fine Art followed by Silver and Objects of Vertu followed by the General sale
Tuesday 29th March – Rugs followed by the General sale
Wednesday 30th March – Printed Books and Manuscripts (to include Hans Fellner collection)
View the full calendar.
If you have any items you would like to sell, please do get in touch – email@example.com or call 020 8992 4442.
You can also check the sale results of past auctions.