Find out which lots stole the show in our recent September fine auctions
Julian Thomson, Anderson & Garland MD shares some top tip to follow when collecting toys.
Mouseman furniture has been in production for over a century and is still made by the family-run firm today, employing many of the traditional techniques used by Thompson himself.
Mouseman furniture is increasingly popular with buyers from the UK and overseas, and demand at auction is at an all-time high. Find out more about the man behind the iconic furniture and how the signature mouse began life.
Remember the James Bond Aston Martin with the working ejector seat? How about green and red Meccano? Did you ever wait eagerly for your father to bring home some new rolling stock for the Flying Scotsman, or rushing downstairs on Christmas morning to find the new Beano Annual under the tree?
Buying at auction can be overlooked for many reasons. Often perceived by the public as expensive, unaffordable, and rather daunting, however in reality, it couldn’t be more different to this. Auction houses are an Aladdin’s cave of rare finds and unique pieces that, more often than not, can be secured for a fraction of the price of their shop equivalents at retail prices.
Here are 5 top reasons to buy furniture at Auction.
On Thursday 29th July, Anderson & Garland sold Composition in White, Black and Indian Red executed July - August 1954 by Artist Victor Pasmore as part of The Modern Auction for an outstanding £62, 537 (inc. buyers premium)
Whilst choosing a nice bottle of wine to share over dinner is one thing, choosing a bottle to invest in requires a different set of selection criteria. Find out what our experts have to say about investing.
With 15 Auctions under our belt so far this year, there has been lots going on here at A&G. Find out about what we have planned for Autumn/Winter plus meet the the latest recruites to the A&G team.
The Anderson and Garland Homes & Interiors Auction on Tuesday 6th July was a roaring success! One item in particular, a Jaques of London chess set (lot 440) attracted interest from buyers both near and far.