The Truro Auction Centre was formed in 1990 by local Auctioneer Martyn Rowe, setting up business in the centre of Truro.
Business from the outset was extremely busy holding at least one auction a week with General Household Sales every Thursday and conducting specialised Antique & Picture Sales and Collectors Sales alternately each month.
The business moved in 2001 to Triplet Business Park, halfway between Chacewater and St. Day providing a large auction rooms with two main salerooms all on ground level with large car-parking for 150-200 cars.
We are probably twice as busy at this current venue and as we ever were in the centre of Truro and throughout the course of 2012 we sold over 34,000 lots by auction.
MORE RECENT SALES
|A rare Marklin clockwork tinplate model steam boat – sold £5200.00 (Collectors Sale)|
|Longcase clock by William Wilton of St Day – sold £3200.00 (Antique Sales)|
|A set of Victorian silver owl pepperettes & mustard pot 1865/7
|An old copper divers helmet by Siebe Gorman
|A group of First War medals including DSO and MC to The Tunnelling Companies Royal Engineers
|Chinese carved jade circular bowl 4″ diameter
|A Chinese Ivory Fan
NEXT SALESAntique & Picture Sale
Next Sale – Friday 28th October
Closing date for entries 11th October
Next Sale – Date to be confirmed
Good Quality General Household Sales
Every Thursday at 10 am
On View every Wednesday 2.00pm – 6.00pm & morning of Sales from 9.00am
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MORE RECENT SALES
|A selection of audio recording equipment – sold £800.00 (Household Sales)|
|Victorian porcelain and wood doll – sold £4300.00||Welsh village oil on canvas by David Carpanini – next Antique & Picture Sale 28th October||19th Century Eastern carved ivory fan – next Antique & Picture Sale 28th October|
|Collection of O Gauge locomotives including Bowman, Bassett Lowke & Hornby – next Collectors Sale||Collection of Arthur Rackham illustrated books – next Collectors Sale||Victorian inlaid walnut folding card, games and work table – next Antique & Picture Sale 28th October|
|18th Century English Cavalry back sword circa 1760 – sold £780.00||Impressive Indian woven panel mounted with turquoise, pearl, amethyst and semi-precious stones – next Antique & Picture Sale 28th October|
|Pair of cased percussion Officers belt pistols by Westley Richards – sold £4600.00|