This Autumn Bloomsbury Auctions celebrates the study and observation of the physical and natural world in The Glory of Science. The auction will take place on 14th September at 24 Maddox Street, London W1S 1PP and will include striking photographs, maps prints and autographs.Read More
When Albert Reginald Dicks came home from a career with the Indian Forestry Commission, he brought with him his young East End-born wife Dolly, two young sons and, among his personal possessions, a leopard skin rug and a tiger skin rug as mementos of their time serving there under the British Raj.Read More
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This June saw Summers Place Auctions' first auction with a focus on Tribal Art & Travel take place on the 13th & 14th June 2017. The Billingshurst-based auctioneers have been including the occasional lots of tribal art in the past, but this was the first time the auction house included various collections in the auction and made it its focus.Read More
20 years after the book was first published a rare Harry Potter first edition will be offered at Bloomsbury Auctions. Leading the sale is a first edition Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K Rowling, from 1997, which includes the original pictorial boards and those with beady eyes will notice “1 wand” listed twice on page 53. J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter series has been published in over 2,200 languages and dialects worldwide demonstrating the strength of interest in her work.Read More