Monday 29 January 2018

Don't forget this afternoon's viewing !

Filmed at Boldon Auction Galleries ~ Dickinson's Real Deal will be shown on Monday 29th January on ITV at 3pm.

Wednesday 24 January 2018

Lot 1 General Sale 31st January is a Subaru Forester, 2007, grey, petrol, no tax or mot. Estimate £600 - £800.
Come and view Saturday 27th January 10am-1pm, Tuesday 30th January 2pm - 6pm and morning of Sale from 9am. Auction Wednesday 31st January at 10am.
We also have a Glastron 15 foot speed boat with Johnson engine Estimate £300 - £500.
Further information and images to follow.
Date for your diaries !

Filmed at Boldon Auction Galleries ~ Another episode of Dickinson's Real Deal will be shown on Thursday 8th February on ITV at 3pm.

Monday 15 January 2018

Dickinson's Real Deal

Date for your diaries !

Filmed at Boldon Auction Galleries ~ Dickinson's Real Deal will be shown on Monday 29th January on ITV at 3pm.

Thursday 11 January 2018

We are offering for Auction a collection of Chinese works of art to be sold on the 17th January 2018 in our Antiques and Interiors Sale.

For further details please click here to go to the Auction Catalogue

We are open for viewing Saturday 13th January 10am-1pm, Tuesday 16th January 2pm-6pm and morning of Sale from 9am.

Lot 39 to be sold 
Antiques and Interiors Sale 
17th January 2018

A set of four Royal Doulton Beatles character mugs and one extra John Lennon

Designed in 1984 by Stanley James Taylor, this limited edition set has the serial number on the base of each mug (Paul McCartney-D6724, John Lennon-D6725, Ringo Starr-D6726, George Harrison-D6727) along with the Royal Doulton logo and Stanley James Taylor signature. 
The extra John Lennon mug with serial number D6797. 

Lot  81  to be sold
Antiques and Interiors Sale 17th January 2018

A neon 'Blue Star' hanging sign, Newcastle Breweries

A rare find, this hanging lit up sign is in good working order, the five point 'Blue Star' representing the five founding breweries of Newcastle. 

The star is commonly recognised as the branding of the Newcastle Brown Ale bottle, introduced to the bottle in 1928, the year after the beer was launched.

The sign for auction in the upcoming Antiques and Interiors sale was originally hung in the early 1960's on 'The Cauld Lad' public house in Hylton Castle, taking its name from The Cauld Lad of Hylton, the ghost of murdered stable boy Robert Skelton, said to haunt the ruins of Hylton Castle. The public house stood empty for many years before the site was purchased by a supermarket and the local icon was rescued. 

Thursday 4 January 2018

Friday FREE Valuation dates
· 5th January · 19th January
· 2nd February · 16th February
· 2nd March · 16th March
10am  - 12 noon & 2pm - 4pm

Saturday FREE Valuation dates
· 6th January · 20th January
· 3rd February · 17th February
· 3rd March · 17th March
10am - 1pm

No appointments necessary  (6 items or less please)
If you have more than 6 items we can book free appointments for you – please ask at the office