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18th October 2018

Buying anything can be a gamble and this week is no exception with a TIC TAC TOE fruit machine making a fantastic focal piece. Royal Crown Derby have been making focal pieces for many years and this Tiger is a great example. How to spot a bargain at auction can be another gamble, what about this spotting scope, it could make things a lot clearer. Load the odds in your…


Buying & Selling at Auction

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11th October 2018

At HHAR we pride ourselves in offering the highest level of service to buyers and sellers alike.  We hold weekly auctions of antiques and home furnishings together with regular specialist sales and also offer free pre sale valuations with no obligation.


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11th October 2018

Vintage Roberts radio still playing tunes after forty years. This cast iron umbrella stand will out perform any umbrella in your collection and even a Jack Vettriano umbrella like this print of his would fit. Moorcroft still selling well, this small peony pattern vase will catch somebody’s imagination.  Viewing 5-7pm Thursday, 9-5pm Friday, Saturday 9-12 noon and morning of sale from 9.00am.


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4th October 2018

This week and next, we have crafting items galore. Boxes and boxes full of bits and bobs – sheer heaven for some.  Border Fine Art makes a comeback this week with some early pieces, plenty of toys for all ages, Lego in bulk and a toy crane just some examples. A neat desk piece is the aluminium cast jet plane on stand. Carl Zeiss are amongst the best of lens makers…


Architectural & Garden Salvage Sale

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4th October 2018

Next Sale – Thursday 11th October – Sale 2pm Entries are now being accepted for this sale which will include everything from garden troughs, salt glaze troughs, chimneys, fireplaces, Belfast sinks, garden furniture and stoneware. The sale will take place in the H&H Exhibition Hall, parking available on site including the over flow car park on Park Road towards Scotby Village. Refreshments and facilities also on site. Sale will commence…


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27th September 2018

  Over 650 lots coming up for auction this week including a large quantity of Pendelfin figurines and houses, silver items including a beautiful christening mug, a ladies gold cased Rolex watch and a 9ct gold cigarette case along with a good selection of tools, ceramics and furniture.  Viewing 5-7pm Thursday, 9-5pm Friday, Saturday 9-12 noon.


Architectural and Garden Salvage Sale

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20th September 2018

Sale held on Thursday 23rd August. Despite the heavens sending five seasons of weather at the stoic audience the prices throughout were positive. Two large troughs sold well one at £690 and one at £400. Statues were keenly bid for with one customer taking home the quirky bears after bidding nearly £400.  Tables and chairs were a good trade with a heavy timber set selling for £260. The next sale…


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20th September 2018

Some classic items this week with a large entry of paintings, perhaps the stars of the show, a pair of oils by the artist G Lodi – matching oils of street urchins in challenging poses. A Scottish artist – G M Rennie, 1874–1953 a typical Rennie, Scottish scene with a distressed frame but a good example. If 3D art is more your thing – a 21stC Bronze of a male…


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13th September 2018

Collectable comics return this week with Spiderman, The Fantastic Four, and many other Marvel characters, more collectables this time from Border Fine Art with over twenty models this week some with the original boxes. Talking of boxes, some rare Airfix railway trucks etc all in the boxes sit nicely alongside some Hornby Doublo trains and accessories. Coming up to the finishing post is an amazing slice of equine history, Lester…


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6th September 2018

A little gem of a painting this week – Lot 424 is a study of a terrier going by the name of Grip, with a glint in his eye this little rascal will SIT on any wall. Marking time this mantle clock could easily be displayed below Grip whilst this Border Fine Art feathered friend may not move a muscle in response to his bark. Right up to date this…