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Wednesday 9th September 2015 @ 4.00pm and 6.00pm

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Wednesday 30th September 2015 @ 10.30am

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Welcome to Plymouth Auction Rooms

Plymouth Auction Rooms is a family run business established in 1992 by Paul and Sharon Keen. The team have a wealth of experience enabling them to provide a professional, friendly and efficient auctioneering and valuation service.

Paul has some 30 years’ experience in the auction business and has appeared on BBC television, local and national radio. He is also regularly featured in the Westcountry media – with regular newspaper columns and editorial features.

The auction rooms hold regular sales featuring art, jewellery, watches, antiques and collectors’ items.

Enthusiasm for promotion and marketing has yielded many exceptional results including a record price for a pair of Chinese Export pottery parrots at £170,000; the auction of English gold pattern coins, selling worldwide for £330,000; and the sale of a cricket ball from the famous 1933 ‘bodyline’ series for £10,000.

Plymouth Auction Rooms is widely respected and recognised as the leading saleroom for works by iconic painter Robert Lenkiewicz with many paintings regularly selling from £10,000 to £20,000.

A high profile internet presence and an on-line bidding facility has seen Plymouth Auction Rooms evolve into one of the Westcountry’s leading auctioneers and valuers.

This fine Plymouth painting by Nicholas Condy Sold for 2,500.

This fine Plymouth painting by Nicholas Condy Sold for 2,500.

This fine diamond ring sold for 32,400.

This fine diamond ring sold for 32,400.

GERMAN VASES SURVIVE WORLD WAR II BOMBING.

A pair antique vases that survived the bombs of World War II are expected to sell for over a £1,000 this month at auction.

The vases had been kept in a cupboard at a Plymouth property for many years which protected them from the German bombs which destroyed part of the property.

They have remained in the same family since and have now been consigned to auction.

They have been identified as probably the work of German porcelain maker Carl Thieme of Potschappel who worked for important factories such as Dresden and Meissen.

 

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VALUATIONS IN AUGUST
VALUATIONS IN AUGUST
We shall be holding our next Valuation Mornings at our Salerooms from 3rd August. Monday to Thursday 9am to 1pm.
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