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We are dedicated to providing both our buyers and sellers with a personal, confidential and professional service covering antiques, collectors’ items, valuations and a complete clearance service. We take great pride in our reputation and are meticulous in the detail when bringing your items to the market place. We combine the best of today’s technology with the values of our traditional family firm.


All our sales are fully illustrated online and take place on Fridays and Saturdays in our Ivy Road saleroom.

A rare Dunlop sign

sold for £5,900

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Sold for £8,024

15th Century Missal sold for £17,700

A Dinky Toys gift set

sold for £625

A rarely seen agricultural enamel sign sold for £3,660

Following our successful sale of goods from the former Yesterday’s World museum in Great Yarmouth, we have now been given the exclusive right to sell half the exhibits from the museum’s sister venue in Sussex.

Items from Yesterday’s World in Battle that are to be sold on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 May include the stock, fittings and signage from a range of preserved early 20th century shops including a pub, post office, haberdashers, traditional confectioners and electrical store.

Further items from Yesterday’s World, Battle, will be sold during June and July, including a large collection of both replica and real items from the royal family and palaces. A nightgown worn by Queen Victoria is one of the lots expected to attract particular attention.

 In addition, the sale includes:

 

· A fortune-telling amusement machine similar to the Zoltar Speaks machine featured in the Tom Hanks 1988 film, Big. Several other amusements are included. (see video below)

· An unusual collection of models of fairground rides including swing boats and a Ferris wheel.

· Highly collectible Star Wars toys, to coincide with the release of the new Star Wars trailer.

· Lots of vintage packaging and enamel signs, which attract collectors from across the country.

Yesterday’s World is a museum of British social history featuring exhibits from the 19th and 20th centuries.

Items will be available for viewing on Thursday 14 May 4–8pm.

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