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By Richard Brewster on 21-Jul-2015 (Exclusive to the Antiques Reporter)
The late Neil Collister was the sort of collector most auction houses would pay good money to have in the room at sale time.
There was always some item – be it smalls or antique furniture – that would grab his interest every time he frequented his favourite Melbourne or Victorian regional auction houses and his collection grew steadily.
By Richard Brewster on 06-Jul-2015 (Exclusive to the Antiques Reporter)
Sterling silver remained popular at Philips Auctions June 21 sale with bidders competing for items from a quality collection.
When gynaecologist and obstetrician Peter Elliott died last year he left a collection of art and antiques that is set to be the biggest single-owner art sale of the year.
By Richard Brewster on 22-Jun-2015 (Exclusive to the Antiques Reporter)
Philips Auctions continual ability to attract quality jewellery items has resulted in another strong offering at its forthcoming sale from 6pm Monday June 22 at 47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern.
While catalogue estimates range from a few hundred dollars to many thousands, resident gemmologist Tanya Philips has once again ensured auction goers will not be disappointed – no matter what their favoured price range.
Dinky 505 Foden flat truck with chains, 1st type maroon cab, cha… to be offered by Leonard Joel Pty. Ltd. Melbourne 12/08/2015, Lot No. 99, Est: $1,000—1,500
Yasu Meizan lidded landscape vase surrounded by a lakeside villa… sold by Lawsons Sydney 30/07/2015, Lot No. 223, Price: $15,954