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ANTIQUES AUCTIONS - Dates & Locations

  • 06-09-2010 10:37am
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    As agreed with Preusse and Arnhem44 a few of the more interesting forthcoming Antiques auctions below.


    Victor Mee Auctions, Cloverhill, Belturbet, Co.Cavan
    (Salerooms located on the N54 and are signposted.)
    Tel: (047) 55076
    Email: [email protected]
    Next sale: Monday 6th September at 5.30pm
    Sale to include a selection of Georgian/Victorian and Edwardian furniture and bygones from a residence in Co.Westmeath and Part .II. of a private collection of pub memorabilia.
    Catalogue online here: http://cloverhillauctioneers.com/
    Viewing: Saturday 4th. September 11am – 6pm. Sunday 5th. 2pm – 6 pm. Monday 6th. 11. am onwards.

    John Weldon Auctioneers, Cow’s Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin.8.
    Tel: (01) 635 1114
    Next sale: 7th September at 2pm – Important Jewellery Auction – 260 lots
    Catalogue available online here: http://www.johnweldonauctioneers.com/
    Viewing: Mon 11am-5pm and Tues 10.30am-12.30pm


    Adam’s, 26 St.Stephen’s Green, Dublin.2.
    Tel: (01) 676 0261
    Next sale: 14th September at 3pm
    The Cartography Collection of the late Dr. Barry Hewson
    Over 450 lots of Irish maps and nautical charts, dating from the 1570′s to the 1850′s. The largest collection ever offered at auction. Including maps by Ortelius, Boazio, Porcacchi, Petty, Speed, Mercator, Bleau and many more.
    On view September 12th-14th.
    Catalogue online at: http://www.adams.ie/

    http://collectireland.wordpress.com/auctions/


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    Gormley’s Art Auctions
    25 Frederick Street, Dublin.2.

    Tel: (01) 672 9031 or (048) 8224 7738
    Email: [email protected]

    OPENING FINE ART AUCTION

    Gormley’s have gathered together 279 Lots of superb paintings with realistic reserves for the opening of their new Dublin auction venue. For me the works by Antrim artist, Verner Finlay (http://irishart.demonweb.co.uk/finlay/bio.htm), are by far the most exciting and apart from their beauty they will surely appreciate greatly in value. Other worthwhile artists included in the sale are Francis Bacon, Percy French, Graham Knuttel, Louis le Brocquy, Markey Robinson, Kenneth Webb and Maurice C Wilks.

    On: Tuesday 22nd February at 7.00pm

    Viewing:
    Saturday 19th February – 12 Noon to 6pm
    Sunday 20th February – 12 Noon to 6pm
    Monday 21st February – 11am to 8pm
    Tuesday 22nd February – 11am to 6pm

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    Lot.115. "Bridging the Liffey" oil on board by Verner Finlay. Est.€800-€1,000

    Online catalogue here: http://www.gormleysartauctions.com/auction.asp?AuctionID=53


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    John Ross & Company (MIAVI),
    37 Montgomery Street, Belfast, Co.Antrim, BT1 4NX

    Tel: (028) 9032 5448 Fax. (028) 9033 3642
    Email: [email protected]

    Website: http://www.rosss.ie/

    IRISH ART SALE

    Weds.2nd March, 2011 at 7.00pm

    356 Lots of quality Irish Art
    Included are works by William Percy French, Frank McElvey, Robert Egginton, Markey Robinson, Arthur K Maderson, Colin Middleton, J P Rooney, Maurice C Wilks, Verner Finlay, Neil Shawcross, George Morrison, Kenneth Webb and Graham Knuttel.

    Online catalogue here: http://www.rosss.com/searchresults.asp?AucID=45
    Viewing:
    Tuesday 1st March: 10.00am – 8.00pm
    Day of Sale: 10.00am – 5.00pm


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    The Auction Rooms,
    Sixmilebridge, Co.Clare


    ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES AUCTION

    On: Tuesday, 22nd February at 10.30am

    Viewing:
    Saturday 19th Feb. 11.00am – 5.00pm
    Sunday 20th Feb. 2.00pm – 5.00 pm
    Late Viewing Monday 21st Feb. 11.00am – 8.00pm
    Tuesday 22nd Feb. 9.00 a.m to start of Sale

    Further details: Aidan Foley (086) 829 0680
    Or email [email protected]

    1,024 Lots of Antique Furniture, Clocks, Paintings, Prints, Silver, Jewellery, Books, Fishing Rods etc. In the middle of all this traditional auction fare is an extraordinary collection of fossils, dinosaur eggs and meteorites all with small estimates.

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    Lot.569. Phylloceras Ammonite 100 million years ago from Mexico. Est.€200-€250

    Also included are some nice oriental ceramics from the Hoi An shipwreck
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoi_An_wreck – these come complete with certificates of authenticity.

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    Lot.555. A late 15th Century Rice Bowl from the Hoi An shipwreck. Est.€400-€600

    Online catalogue here: http://irishcountryhome.auctionflex.com/showlots.ap?co=58371&weid=16100&weiid=0&archive=n&lso=lotnumasc&pagenum=1&lang=En


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    Herman & Wilkinson,
    161 Lower Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6

    Tel: (01) 497 2245
    http://www.hermanwilkinson.ie
    [email protected]

    FINE ART & ANTIQUE SALE

    735 Lots – every imaginable type of collectible in this sale – see downloadable catalogue.

    On: Thursday 24th February at 10.00am

    Viewing:
    Tues. 22nd Feb. from 2.00pm to 5.00pm
    Weds.23rd Feb.until 9.00pm

    Online catalogue here: http://www.hermanwilkinson.ie/news/story.html?id=96


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    Hegarty Antiques,
    Weir Street, Bandon, Co.Cork

    Tel: (023) 885 2910

    SALE OF ANTIQUES & FINE ART

    On: Sunday 27th February, 2011 at 4.00pm

    423 Lots including Oriental & European Ceramics, Furniture, Collectibles, Works of Art, Watches, Jewellery and Silver.
    At: Hegarty’s Auction Rooms, Parnell Business Park, The Bypass, Bandon, Co. Cork.

    Directions: http://www.hegartyantiques.com/location.asp

    Viewing:
    Friday 25th Feb. 11.00am - 5.00pm,
    Saturday 26th Feb. 11.00am – 5.00pm
    Sunday 27th Feb. 11.00am-4.00pm (start of sale)

    Online catalogue here: http://www.hegartyantiques.com/catalog.asp


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    Ashgrove Auction Rooms, Ballybrittas, Co.Laois
    Telephone: (057) 862 6290 or (057) 862 6698
    Email: [email protected]

    Two Day Sale of Art, Antiques, Jewellery & Collectables – 1,260+ Lots


    Tuesday 1st March 2011 at 6.30pm
    Wednesday 2nd March 2011 at 6.30 pm

    (Live Internet Bidding available on Wednesday)

    Catalogues online here: http://the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues?countryid=IE&clientUrlName=ashgrove-auction-rooms
    Viewing:
    Sunday 27th February 2-6pm
    Monday 28th February 10am – 5pm
    From 10am on Sale Days
    Light lunches will be available Day of Sale

    http://collectireland.wordpress.com/auctions-2/


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    Victor Mee Auctions, Cloverhill, Belturbet, Co.Cavan
    (Salerooms located on the N54 and are signposted.)
    Tel: (047) 55076 or (086) 834 2806
    Email: [email protected]

    Sale of Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian furniture & bygones

    On: Monday 7th March at 5.00pm

    Viewing:
    Saturday 5th. 11.00am – 6.00pm.
    Sunday 6th. 2 – 6pm
    Monday 7th 10.00am onwards

    Online catalogue here: http://www.cloverhillauctioneers.com/auction_list.php


  • Moderators, Science, Health & Environment Moderators, Society & Culture Moderators Posts: 58,473 Mod ✭✭✭✭ Wibbs


    FWIW thanks to all who give to this thread. Esp JD.

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    Purcell Auctioneers, Green Street, Birr, Co.Offaly
    Tel: (057) 9120 270


    SALE OF ANTIQUES, FURNITURE, ART & COLLECTIBLES – 790 Lots

    On: Saturday 12th March at 11.00am

    Viewing:
    Friday 11th March 10.00am – 9.00pm and from 9.00am on morning of sale.

    Catalogue online here: http://www.invaluable.com/catalog/searchLots.cfm?scp=c&catalogRef=G9WRNKA4MO

    Sorry for the delay posting this one but the catalogue only went online today (!) - I have emailed the auctioneers as it is becoming something of an annoying habit. Incidentally, Purcell's sales are great for collectibles - literally anything can turn up.


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    Kerry Auction Rooms,
    24 Moyderwell, Tralee, Co. Kerry

    Tel: (066) 718 6734
    Mobile: (087) 2908328
    E-mail: [email protected]

    Next sale: Tuesday 15th March at 2.00pm

    Viewing Times:
    Saturday 12th. March 11.00am – 6.00pm
    Sunday 13th. March 12 Noon – 6.00pm
    Monday 14th March 11.00am – 9.00pm
    Tuesday 15th March (day of auction) from 11.00am

    Catalogue online here: http://www.kerryauctionrooms.com/catalogue/auction15-03-11/auction_49.htm

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    Lot.658. A Berlin Airlift medal. Est.€40-60.

    *Lots of interest here including coins, banknotes, medals and militaria.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 138 ✭✭ SEVERA


    it must be said that this auction has proportionately more household odds and ends compared with actual antiques. i spent 2 hours looking at catalogue with very little of interest to me. thanks anyway JD


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    SEVERA wrote: »
    it must be said that this auction has proportionately more household odds and ends compared with actual antiques. i spent 2 hours looking at catalogue with very little of interest to me. thanks anyway JD

    Agreed, but like most general antiques auctions you have to be prepared to search through mountains of 'brown' furniture and cracked ceramics to find the odd treasure. With a few exceptions even reading through most catalogues online would drive you to drink. :)


  • Registered Users Posts: 138 ✭✭ SEVERA


    Agreed, but like most general antiques auctions you have to be prepared to search through mountains of 'brown' furniture and cracked ceramics to find the odd treasure. With a few exceptions even reading through most catalogues online would drive you to drink. :)
    i agree, although i would say the Kerry auction rooms online catalogue is one of the easier ones to read through, some of the others have no price and if they have a photo its tiny.
    seriously i have noticed my eyesight deteriorating over the last while, now i know why.:eek:


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    Walsh & Walsh Auctioneers,
    The Galway Auction Rooms, Kilcolgan, Co.Galway


    Further information: Paul Walsh (091) 776323 or (087) 814 4030
    [email protected]

    ANTIQUE & FINE ART AUCTION

    On: Monday 21st March at 10.30am

    1,486 Lots to include an 18th century Angelica Kauffmann miniature. This auction is the most exciting auction ever held at The Galway Auction Rooms. With estates from deceased life long collectors from Mayo, Roscommon and Galway . To include exceptional antique furniture, coins ( including proof sets), silver, miniatures, early portraits, jewellery, bog oak, porcelain and much more.
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    Lot.1275 - A framed set of British pre-decimal currency. Est.€10-20

    Viewing:
    Fri 18th & Sat 19th March 10.00am – 6pm
    Sun 20th March 12 Noon – 6.00pm
    Mon 21st March (day of auction) 9.00am – 10.30am

    Directions:
    Just off the Limerick/Galway Road (N18) at Kilcolgan Village – on the (N67) Kinvara Road.

    Online catalogue here: http://www.galwayauctionrooms.com/CATALOGUE26.pdf


  • Moderators, Science, Health & Environment Moderators, Society & Culture Moderators Posts: 58,473 Mod ✭✭✭✭ Wibbs


    Some very interesting lots there. If some are around their predicted price people are gonna get some real bargains...

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    Mealys Fine Art Limited,
    Kilkenny Road, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
    Tel: (056) 444 1229
    Email: [email protected]

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    MALLOW CASTLE, CO.CORK – CONTENTS SALE

    Viewing is at the Castle BUT the sale takes place in the Hibernian Hotel, Main Street, Mallow

    On: Tuesday 5th April, 2011 at 10.30am

    Viewing:
    Sunday 3rd April from 1.00pm – 5.30pm
    Monday 4th April from 10.00am – 5.30pm

    The Sale (Approx.800 Lots) will include Important Portraits, Paintings, Tapestries, Prints, good Irish Furniture, English & Continental Furniture, Glassware, Silver, Silver Plateware, Rugs, Mirrors, Books, Sculptures, Garden Furniture and Motor Cars.

    Online catalogue here: http://www.mealys.com/fineart/Bidcat/Catalogues.asp?F1=3072&F2=4169&F4=1054&select=0212&status=C
    Mealy’s buyers premium is 20% incl.VAT.

    * A word of warning, this is not a traditional 'Big House' sale in the accepted sense and there is little in the sale that has been at Mallow Castle for longer than about 30 years. There will be no boxes of goodies discovered in the attic or Victorian contents of the nursery. That said, it is an opportunity to pick up high class antiques and have a good look around the historic house which was in the same family for many centuries prior to its purchase by an American, Michael McGinn, in the 1980s. A bit more of its history here: http://william-montgomery.com/properties/mallow.htm

    It's good to see that the house has been bought by Cork Council (for a snip) and is to be developed as a tourist attraction:
    http://www.independent.ie/national-news/sale-of-centuries-as-council-snaps-up-castle-for-euro17m-2474275.html


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    Purcell Auctioneers,
    Green Street, Birr, Co.Offaly

    Tel: (057) 9120 270

    Single Owner Collectables Sale – 626 Lots

    Next sale: Saturday 26th March, 2011 at 11.00am

    Viewing:
    Wednesday 23rd March 9.30am to 6.30pm
    Thursday 24th & Friday 25th March 9.30am to 8.00pm
    Day of sale 9.30am to 11.00am

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    Catalogue online here: http://www.invaluable.com/catalog/searchLots.cfm?scp=c&catalogRef=GCCPY20K1P


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    Dolan’s Art Auction House

    Tel: (091) 569 300 or 569 3001
    Email: [email protected]

    IRISH ART AUCTION
    At: The Castletroy Park Hotel, Limerick
    On: Sunday 27th March, 2011 at 4:00pm

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    240 Lots of Irish Art to be sold with no reserve in most cases.

    Viewing:
    Friday 25th March 2:00pm – 9:00pm
    Saturday 26th March 9:00am – 9:00pm
    Sunday 27th March 9:00am – 3:30pm

    Online catalogue here: http://dolansart.com/catalogue.pdf


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    Drums,
    New Street, Malahide, Co.Dublin
    Tel: (01) 845 2819 or (01) 845 4371


    Fine Art & Furniture Auction

    To include: Fine early Cork and Waterford Glass. Later Waterford Glass. Eamonn de Valera, General Michael Collins, Thomas Ashe, letters, etc incl “The Spark” and other newspapers. Harry Kernoff, RHA, Oils by Marion Bloom, Colin Gibson, John Morris, etc. Good 2 door Regency mahogany cabinet from ‘Brookville’ Santry. Pair of Victorian mahogany single sleigh beds, antique rosewood fold-over card table, Victorian brass microscope and case, some early Belleek, etc.

    On: Sunday 3rd April at 2:00pm

    On the premises: 138, Dublin Road, Sutton, Dublin .13.

    Viewing:
    Saturday 2nd April 11am to 5pm
    Sunday 3rd April from 12 midday to commencement of sale

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    Lots of goodies in this sale. :D

    http://collectireland.wordpress.com/auctions-2/


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    At: The Galway Simon Community Furniture Store, Shantalla Road, Galway

    On: Saturday 2nd April at 1:00pm

    Preview: Friday 1st April from 11:00am to 5:00pm

    See http://www.galwaysimon.ie/ for further information

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    Last year their first sale was a great success so if you're in the area it could be worth a look in. :)


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    Whyte’s Fine Art & Collectibles Auctioneers & Valuers
    38 Molesworth Street, Dublin .2.

    Tel: (01) 676 2888 Fax: (01) 676 2880
    [email protected]

    HISTORY, LITERATURE & COLLECTIBLES SALE

    On: Saturday 16th April, 2011 at 1:00pm

    Viewing (at Whyte’s Salerooms, 38 Molesworth Street)
    Weds.13th April to Friday 15th April from 10:00am – 6:00pm daily

    Auction to be held at The Freemasons Hall, Molesworth Street

    Over 600 lots dated from 50 million BC Giant’s Causeway stones to 2007 AD Irish World Cup Cricket Team signed shirt. Manuscripts and documents including the rarest Irish revolutionary printed document extant – Robert Emmet’s 1803 Proclamation, medals including the rarest Irish military medal – The Chaplaincy Service 1939-46, militaria with Irish rebel firearms including Eamon de Valera’s revolver, the first Thompson machine gun used by Cork IRA in 1921, sporting memorabilia including 1895 All Ireland Football “Virtual” Championship to Meath, coins and banknotes including 1500 BC Irish gold ring money, 1000 AD Dublin Viking silver penny, 1919 Limerick Soviet currency note etc.
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    Lot.296 A rare, low numbered, Thompson machine gun from the War of Independence. Est.€10,000 -€15,000

    Online catalogue here: http://www.whytes.com/AuctionPDFs/20110416.pdf


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    At Adam’s Salerooms
    St.Stephen’s Green, Dublin.2.

    Tel: (01) 676 0261 Fax: (01) 662 4725
    [email protected]

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    “INDEPENDENCE”
    Irish Republican & Historical Documents & Artefacts Mealy's in association with Adams
    At: James Adams Salerooms, 26 St.Stephen’s Green, Dublin.2.
    On: Tuesday 19th April, 2011

    Sale starts at 11.00am with the 2nd session at 6:00pm

    630 Lots of fascinating historic material mainly related to events surrounding the 1916 Rising. Posters (including an original copy of the Proclamation Est.€100,000 -€150,00), photographs, letters, medals, weapons, uniforms, flags, books etc. Enough material here to start a small museum. The 168 page catalogue (price €20) is a collectors’ item itself.

    Searchable catalogue online here: http://www.adams.ie/BidCat/Catalogues.asp?F1=3072&F2=4169&F4=1054&select=7029&status=C


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    John Ross & Company (MIAVI),
    37 Montgomery Street, Belfast, Co.Antrim, BT1 4NX
    Tel: (028) 9032 5448 Fax. (028) 9033 3642
    Email: [email protected]
    Website: http://www.rosss.ie/

    ONLINE AUCTION OF CONTEMPORARY ART

    Online catalogue here: http://rosss.ie/online_auctions.asp
    100 lots of Contemporary Irish Art, offered at highly competitive estimates.

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    Lot.56. The Crown Bar, Belfast by Martin D. Cooke. Est.£200 - £300

    In addition to the images online the paintings may also be viewed in Ross’s auction rooms Mon – Fri (9am – 5pm).
    Successful bidders will be contacted within 24hrs of the auction closing to facilitate payment and delivery.

    Starts: 13th April 2011 at 10:00am
    Ends: 20th April 2011 at 9:00pm


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    Herman & Wilkinson,
    161 Lower Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6

    Tel: (01) 497 2245
    http://www.hermanwilkinson.ie
    [email protected]

    *Dublin Coin Auction*

    On: Wednesday 20th April, 2011 at 6.00pm
    Viewing:
    Mon. 18th April from 11:00am – 6:00pm
    Tues. 19th April from 11:00 – 6:00pm
    Weds. 20th April (day of sale) from 11:00am – 5:00pm
    Limited viewing of Lots on Sunday 17th April at Spring Coin & Stamp Show at the RDS

    Auction Enquiries/Bids: Mike Kelly on (089) 413 8474
    Downloadable online catalogue here: http://www.hermanwilkinson.ie/auctions/specialist_onsite.html


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    Whyte’s Sale of History, Literature & Collectables on Saturday (16th April) showed, yet again, that there is still plenty of life left in the collecting world if the quality is there. Prices generally were at or well above their pre-sale estimates with the only surprise, for me, being Lot .41. Copy of the 1803 Robert Emmet Proclamation which sold for only €25,000, below the lower end of its pre-sale estimate of €30,000 – €50,000. Although its condition could kindly be described as distressed, I would have thought that its sheer rarity would have had collectors fighting over it.
    Amongst other lots to sell well were items of weaponry and militaria. Here, again, the star item Lot.296. The Thompson Submachine Gun failed to reach its hefty estimate of €10,000 – €15,000 and was knocked down for €7,200 – still not a bad price! Amongst the coins and banknotes there were several surprises including Lot.469. A Hiberno Norse silver penny with a pre-sale estimate of €3,500 – €4,500 which sold for €12,000, and Lot.585. A Lady Lavery 20 pound note with an estimate of €1,000 – €1,500 which sold for €6,000.
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    Lot.469. A Hiberno Norse silver penny sold for €12,000

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    Lot.585. A Lady Lavery 20 pound note sold for €6,000

    Lot.141. A signed photograph of the explorer Ernest Shackleton fetched €540 as against its pre-sale estimate of €150 – €250. Letterpress and lithographic posters also sold well with Lot.374. a not uncommon, CIE 1950s poster realising €520 (est.€200-€300) and Lot.377. A colourful An Tostal poster going for €1,550 (est.€100-€150).

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    The full catalogue with prices realised is available here: http://www.whytes.com/i7.asp?Auction=20110416&Lot=1


  • Registered Users Posts: 35 ✭✭✭ Szarik102


    Lot.469 wasn't really a surprise. We were well aware that it would fetch in the region of 10k. It is an excessively rare coin in an attractive grade, well struck and centered and without much in the way of wear.
    Lot.585 at 6k was somewhat of a surprise as that is double what it is worth.
    Both very tasty items.


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    Purcell Auctioneers,
    Green Street, Birr, Co.Offaly

    Tel: (057) 9120 270

    BOOK SALE
    On: Thursday 28th April, 2011 at 4:00pm
    Viewing:
    Wednesday 27th April from 10:00am – 9:00pm
    Thursday 28th (day of sale) from 9:00am

    Full illustrated catalogue available here: http://www.invaluable.com/catalog/searchLots.cfm?scp=c&catalogRef=LIJ0GPRUKM

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    Lot.107. The still sought after "Vanishing Dublin" by Flora Mitchell is one of many interesting Irish books with a low start price.


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    P.J.O’Gorman, M.I.P.A.V.,
    Chapel Street, Charleville, Co.Cork
    Tel: (063) 81407
    [email protected]

    IMPORTANT ANTIQUE AUCTION

    Contents of the Convent of Mercy (Cobh); Convent of Mercy (Enniscorthy) plus items from St.Marie’s of the Isle (Cork)
    More than 350 Lots – to include bookcases, dining tables & chairs, Grandfather Clock (Mangans of Cork), late 19th century Throne Chair, William IV Breakfast Tables & others, Life size religious statues, pews, 7 piece Drawing Room Suite, Carved Oak Desk, Inlaid Rosewood Writing Desk, Hall Chairs, 19th century Library Chair, Pitch Pine Refectory Tables, Wall Clocks, Pianos, Piano Accordians, Mandolin, Plated Silver, Brass, Glass, China, 4 large prints of Rome by Giovanni Battista.

    On: Sunday 1st May, 2011 at 2:30pm

    Venue: St.Marie’s of the Isle Primary School Hall, Bishop Street, Cork

    Viewing:
    Friday 29th April from 2:30pm to 7:30pm
    Saturday 30th April from 3:00pm to 6:00pm
    Sunday 1st May (day of sale) from 12 Noon to start of sale

    NO children allowed to view or auction. Admission by catalogue.


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    Adam’s,
    St.Stephen’s Green, Dublin.2.

    Tel: (01) 676 0261 Fax: (01) 662 4725
    [email protected]

    IMPORTANT IRISH ART

    On: Weds.1st June, 2011 at 6:00pm

    Viewing Highlights at the Ava Gallery, Clandeboye Estate, Bangor, Co. Down
    Reception Wednesday May 11th 6.00pm – 8.00pm
    Thursday May 12th – Friday May 20th (11.00am – 5.00pm daily)
    *Special Saturday opening 14th May 2.00pm – 5.00pm

    Viewing full sale at 26 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.
    Sunday 29th May 2.00pm – 5.00pm
    Monday 30th May 9.30am – 5.00pm
    Tuesday 31st May 9.30am – 5.00pm
    Also day of sale 9.30am – 4.00pm

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    Lot.85. Jack B. Yeats “ The Westering Sun” Oil on board – Signed. Est €80,000-€120,000

    Searchable catalogue here: http://www.adams.ie/BidCat/Catalogues.asp?F1=3072&F2=4169&F4=1054&select=3100&status=C


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    John Weldon Auctioneers,
    Unit 2, Cows Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin 8

    Tel: (01) 635 1114
    email: [email protected]

    SILVER & COLLECTABLES AUCTION

    On: Tuesday 17th May, 2011 at 2:00 pm

    Viewing:
    Saturday 14th May 12Noon -5:00pm
    Sunday 15th May 12Noon -5:00pm
    Monday 16th May 11:00am – 5:00pm
    Tuesday 17th May 10:30am-12:30pm

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    Lot.270. An Irish silver dish ring, Dublin 1893 by Edmond Johnson with blue glass liner. Guide Price: €600-900. One of a number of dish rings included in the sale.

    Online catalogue here: http://www.jwa.ie/en/auctions,36.html


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