Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Prices hit the roof at Gaze’s

Gaze Auctioneers, Diss Norfolk

Gaze held a Rural and Domestic Bygones Auction on Saturday 21 November 2009. Head auctioneer Carl Willows said, "Bygone door furniture hits the roof at Gaze’s. An enamel finger plate for Sunlight Soap sells for £2300 (incl. premium). Enamel signs generally making good money. No man traps but kingfisher traps going to £380. Baker’s trolleys- excellent display or shelving at £223."


Above: A Sunlight soap enamel finger plate, sold for £2,000.


Above: A Kingfisher trap stamped IXL, sold for £340.


Above: A 2" round jaw Kingfisher trap, marked XL to base, other marks rubbed, sold for £300.


Above: A pair of Bakers trolleys sold for £200 each.

Gaze

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