We handle a wide range of Collectables throughout our sales. From Militaria to Toys, Books to Maps, Coins to Stamps, Photograph Albums to Cameras, Needlework Samplers to Taxidermy, Swords to Pistols, Violins to Flutes, Shooting to Fishing, Posters to Sporting Memorabilia and Tribal Art.

A 19th century German bisque head doll, sold for £2,900

A Royal Mint four coin UK gold proof set, 1980, sold for £2,200

A French violin, Paul Bailly, luthier ancien eleve de J.B. Vuillaume, sold for £5,500

A George III ivory one keyed flute, sold for £1,000

A George V basket hilted Officers sword by W. Anderson & Sons, Edinburgh, sold for £450

A Great War DSO group of six medals awarded to Captain A. G. Hebblethwaite, sold for £2,000

A Gun metal and brass butt marker by Asprey, London, sold for £2,700

A late 19th century African Tribal carved wood head rest, sold for £820

A late 19th century painted pine salmon, sold for £480

A vintage Leica M3 camera, number 852-520, sold for £780

A pair of early 19th century flint lock pistols, Hawkes Moseley & Co., London, sold for £1,000

A replica silver gilt Ryder Cup trophy and cover, sold for £3,300

A Victorian and later stamp collection incorporating Penny Blacks, Penny Blues and Penny Reds, sold for £1,850

A view of Wall Street, New York, 1887, from a late 19th century photograph album documenting a tour of New Zealand, Honolulu, The United States of America and Canada, sold for £2,250

A Regency needlework sampler by Elizabeth Smedley, dated 1802,sold for £320

An early 20th century taxidermy Stags head, sold for £380

A System of Anatomical Plates, John Lizars FRSE, Edinburgh, sold for £300

James Bond 007, For Your Eyes Only, an original film poster, Lonsdale Bartholomew Ltd., sold for £230

Jansson J. Scotia Regnum, hand coloured map, sold for £200

Thomson John, The Atlas of Scotland, sold for £1,150