Lifetime collection of early English porcelain to be sold by Philips Auctions in Melbourne

An internationally significant Australian-based early English porcelain collection will be sold on Sunday July 30 by Philips Auctions in Melbourne. The museum quality collection belongs to Hamilton based Timothy Menzel, formerly a trustee with the City of Hamilton Art Gallery who, through his grandfather developed an interest in collecting, specialising in porcelain.

Mossgreen to sell contents of historic horse racing property

By Richard Brewster on 18-Jul-2017 (exclusive to the Antiques Reporter)

Horse racing devotees and auction goers will have the opportunity to obtain a slice of Australian thoroughbred racing history when the contents of historic Wood Nook Farm, near the Victorian town of Nagambie, go under the hammer on July 25 in Armadale.

A thoroughbred nursery for more than six decades, Wood Nook was extensively developed by former Moonee Valley Race Club chairman Bob Scarborough and his wife Rosemary.

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