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Next Collector’s Sale – date to be announced


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Upcoming Items



















Cased Cornish mining dial by Newton of Camborne late Wilton of St Day – next Collectors Sale
















Rare George III Officers gorget of the 32nd (Cornwall) Regt – sold £1800.00




1862 Colt six-shot percussion revolver – next Collectors Sale










Rare Cornish Tin Smelting Co of Redruth tin ingot with hot-dip hand stamps – sold £3000.00






Rare Cornish “tin candle” 20 1/2″ long – sold £500.00

































Recent Sales

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A pair of 2WW German Naval binoculars – sold £2300.00 Cornwall & Devon Miners Artillery Helmet – sold £2600.00 Pair of cased 19th Century Officers percussion belt pistols by Westley Richards – sold £4600.00
 Original 24-page music score by Malcolm Arnold “The Padstow Lifeboat” – sold £2100.00  Victorian Officers broad sword of the 74th Highlanders – sold £1300.00  Album of 19th Century African and Americas stamps – sold £1100.00
 2012 gold £10 proof coin – sold £5400.00  Pair of cased flintlock duelling pistols by Robert Wogdon of London – sold £8400.00  Family group of medals including MGS with Talavera bar, Punjab medal, IGS and First War medals – sold £10,200.00

Old copper divers helmet by Siebe Gorman – sold £4000.00


Atlas of the Society for Useful Knowledge, 2 vols 1844 – sold £3000.00

Collection of Cornish and West Country railway memorabilia – sold in excess of £12,000.00

Pair of cased over-and-under percussion pistols by Rodda – sold £4800.00

Rare Cornwall Constabulary uniform circa 1913 – sold £1300.00


George 111 flintlock deck-rail blunderbuss with replaced stock – sold £1800.00

What Can I Buy?

Books, postcards, cigarette cards, paperwork, stamps, coins including gold and silver, medallions, banknotes, mining and sporting memorabilia, scientific instruments, toys, models, medals, badges, weapons and militaria

When Can I Buy?

Every 6 – 8 weeks – look out for detailed adverts in the local press (West Briton, Cornish Guardian and Cornishman)

What Commission Do I Pay?

15% plus Vat at the current rate –(on commission only)

When Can I View?

Wednesdays (prior to sale) 10am – 1pm (specialized sales only) and 2pm – 6pm
Thursdays (prior to sale) 2pm – 4pm
And Morning of Sales from 9am


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 Rare Marklin clockwork model boat “Jolanda” – sold in Sept for £5600.00  Album of Cornish mining related photographs & postcards – sold £1900.00  Victorian porcelain and wood doll – sold £4300.00

Captains coatee of the Royal Carmarthen Fusiliers circa 1804 – sold £3500.00

 Cased 20 bore percussion sporting gun by Forsyth – sold £2800.00  A collection of modern construction diecast toys – sold £1400.00
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Rare Doggett’s coat and badge Thames waterman’s rowing prize jacket 1953 – sold £5300.00 First War DSO MC group of medals to the Tunelling Companies Royal Engineers – sold £8000.00 Rare Crimea Officers sword of Capt John M Webb 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards – sold £1400.00


Are Catalogues Available?

Yes they are, from our office at the Auction Centre. Priced at £3 (or can be posted at a cost of £4) Tel: 01209 822266

Do You Post Items Purchased?

Yes we have our own in-house postal service, most items purchased can be sent locally, nationally and abroad for a small fee. – Auctioneers discretion will apply

How Long Do I Have To Remove Items?

Items can be cleared during the sale, otherwise we would expect all items to be paid for and cleared within 2 weeks of the auction.

Transporting Large Purchased Items

We don’t provide any transport ourselves but can recommend a carrier who would be willing to help.

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