Thursday 5th & Friday 6th November 2020 at 10.30am
Tuesday 1st December and Wednesday 2nd December 2020 at 10.30am. Winter Antiques & Fine Art Sale - We are currently accepting suitable entries for inclusion in this sale. Please contact the office for more information.
Welcome to the website of Lindsay Burns & Company Auctioneers & Valuers, a family run firm for over 35 years. We hold regular General Sales and quarterly Antique & Fine Art Sales from our King Street saleroom in the City of Perth. Our professional valuation services and are widely used by both Private and Fiduciary clients. Specialising in Antiques, Fine Art, Collectables and General Chattels we have the expertise and experience to ensure you get the best possible results through traditional and live online auctions.
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Public toilets are unavailable on the premises.
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After Antonio Verrio, Maritime scene, oil on canvas, sold for £5,100
17th/ 18th century British School, Portrait of a young girl, oil on canvas, sold for £1,400
A large Persian carpet, late 19th century, sold for £10,500.