The following items are in chronological order by auction date starting with the soonest at the top of the page.
All of these items will be available to bid on approximately 7-10 days prior to the auction when the catalogue for the auction is live online.
Specialist Collectable Toys Auction
Thursday 20th June
A Morgan pedal car by Hamilton Brooks & Co. of Hereford, steel chassis with treadle-action drive to rear axle, wheels with solid rubber tyres, fibreglass body, finished in Royal Ivory with black upholstery, Perspex 'aero' screen, 124cm long overall.
Antiques & Collectables Auction
Friday 21st June
A selection of John Ditchfield Glass Ware
A selection of 20th Century studio glass including Whitefriars, Mdina and John Ditchfield Glasform
Ancient Coins of the Roman Republic and Greece
Thursday 4th July
An Extensive Single Owner Collection of Roman Republican Denarius From the 3rd Century B.C. to the Roman Civil and Social Wars Period, notably Julius Caesar portrait coins, Sextus Pompey, Cassius, Brutus and Octavian. The majority of Roman Republican families are represented within this collection. The collection also includes a quantity of Ancient Greek Tetradrachms from Sicily, Athens, Thasos and Macedonia.
Roman Republic Silver Denarius, Julius Caesar, 44 B.C. (Obverse)
Roman Republic Silver Denarius, Julius Caesar, 44 B.C. (Reverse)
Greek Silver Double Drachm Macedonian Kingdom, Philip II, 315-294 B.C. (Obverse)
Greek Silver Double Drachm Macedonian Kingdom, Philip II, 315-294 B.C. (Reverse)
Roman Republic Silver Denarius Cassius - Proconsuland Imperator (comitted suicide 42 B.C. (Obverse)
Roman Republic Silver Denarius Cassius - Proconsuland Imperator (comitted suicide 42 B.C. (Reverse)
Roman Republic Silver Denarius, Sextus Pompey (younger son of Pompey the Great), executed 35 B.C. (Obverse)
Roman Republic Silver Denarius, Sextus Pompey (younger son of Pompey the Great), executed 35 B.C. (Reverse)
A Royal Mint United Kingdom 1986 Gold Proof Set
George III Cartwheel Two Pence 1797
Bank of England Five Pounds Banknote; Chief Cashier Catterns, London 1st March 1932
Medals & Militaria Auction
Thursday 18th July
Winifred Clark served as a Queen Alexandra Nurse on H.M. Hospital Ship Llandovery Castle II (built in Glasgow 1925) the ship had 450 beds and 89 medical staff. The ship supported campaigns in Ethiopia and Eritrea in 1941, Suez in 1942. In 1943 she covered the coast between Alexanrdia-Tobruck-Benghazi. She covered Montgomeries "Operation Husky" on Sicily. Miss Clark went on to be Matron at Southend-on-Sea.
A pair of 18th Century Griffins Flintlock Pistols
Vinyl Records & Music Ephemera Auction
Thursday 1st August
A Ben Caton Framed Poster for Jarvis Cocker's 2007 Meltdown Festival on London's South Bank. As Jarvis Cocker's Keyboard Player 2006-10 the Vendor was given a copy after the performance.
Rolling Stones; "Have You Seen Your Mother Live!"; A Rare 1966 Decca Factory Sample LP
Rare Russian and Pre-war Chinese Pathe / Victor Records
David Bowie; "Moonage Daydream: The Life and Times of Ziggy Stardust", signed copy by David Bowie and Mick Rock, 2002 Hardback in protective box.
A good selection of Pop, Rock & Metal Coloured Vinyl Picture Discs
A good selection of Rolling Stones Vinyl 1960's and later Picture Discs and Picture Sleeves noted
Football Programmes & Sporting Memorabilia Auction
Thursday 12th September
Sheffield United; Bound Album of Football Programmes from 1923-1924
1939-40 Sheffield United Player's Complimentary Season Fixture / Ground Addmitance Card
1954-55 Football League Division 3 Winners Medal awarded to Goalkeeper Harry Hough
A Sheffield Football Club Medal for 1875 Boxing Catch Weight event
A Sheffield Wednesday Shareholder's Ground Admittance Disc
1954 World Cup Finals Programmes including The Final itself between Hungary and West Germany
Sheffield Wednesday v Rotherham Wartime Single Sheet Programme
1929 England Itinerary Card versus The Rest at Hillsborough
Aston Villa Immediate Post-war Memorabilia
'The Tim Hale Sheffield Postcard Collection' Specialist Auction
Thursday 12th September
Part of a collection of postcards showing 'The Great Fire of Heeley, Sheffield in 1921
On 23rd April 1921 all but the forges at the Sheafbank Works were destroyed by Sheffield’s largest peacetime fire which resulted in £100,000 of damage. The fire is said to have been caused by sparks from a passing railway engine igniting the roof of the wood store and machine shops. Despite the disaster, the company was so firmly established that it managed to rebuild the Works and to survive a slump in trade during the 1920s and 1930s.
Antique & Fine Art Auction
Friday 27th September
18th Century Mahogany 8-day Grandfather Clock, William Dent London
A selection of Louis Vuitton luggage and handbags to be offered in our vintage & designer fashions and accessories section
A selection of Royal Worcester, Royal Crown Derby and Coalport Vases from a larger collection
A selection of Royal Worcester Vases painted by members of the Stinton family
A mid-19th Century Majolica Game Pie Dish
A Japanese Meiji Period Bronze, cast as an Elephant attacked by Tigers
Flies, Floats & Drives; The Engineered Live Steam Auction
Thursday 13th December
A 1 ½ inch Engineered Live Steam Allchin Traction Engine
A 2 inch Engineered Live Steam Clayton Lorry