For the Specialist Collector

Our specialist service to Executors, Solicitors and Heirs - We inventory, Value and market collections to our range of outlets including dealers and auction houses. Too diverse to list - the range is from hand made dolls house furniture to a speciialist collection of Jaguar Die Cast Model Cars and a gigantic collection of military aircraft photographs put together by a retired air commodore from 1953 when he was 15 in the Air Cadets until his retirement in 2012. We're always happy to discuss your requirements. See T's & C's for conditions.

 

Current 

Warwick & Warwick Auctioneers recently sold the first part of the collection coins & banknotes - for £27,660 with 36 lots unsold. The Collection arrived in 24 boxes and a rack of framed maps & Bonds. The collection was uncatalogued, uncollated and unvalued. We were contracted to optimise the return - which was much less in expectation than the final valuation - and negotiate an element of competition between the competing houses. It pays to research. Stamps are next on the 5th September and then the  Scripophily and Antique Maps. Jonathan Marsh was a well known collector both here and in Hong Kong - we are permitted to name the collection - however - we operate with absolute discretion on behalf of our clients.

One of the coin boxes - as it arrived

A Modern Maritime Library created between 1960 & 2000

A very small part of a maritime library of around 1.200 titles covering all the 'Blue Ribband' liners and every warship in the Allied, German, Japanese Imperial, fleets from their origins to WWll. There are also a good selection of Railway and Steamtrain books and several collectors guides. Ask and we shall sift. Only perfect condition on offer. 

And now for something completely different. This is one stack of a VERY large number of stacks of magazines which we have been asked to clear. there are several No. 1's and many bound annual volumes of well known titles - Mayfair, Penthouse, Playboy, Escort, Health & Efficency and many others too numerous to list. We don't have much time so if you have any interest - details and prices on request.

And slowly, order emerges from chaos - at least the stacks are of the same mags. 

The Franklin Mint Car Collection (part)

Just in over the weekend of 29th/30th September. Still hunting the boxes in the late collector's loft. Prices will be posted when condition and original packaging are completes.

Left to Right, Open Chafeur Rolls Royce 1958 Phantom III,  Chevrolet 1957 BelAire, Merecedes 1904 Simplex, Packard 1940. Lincoln 1941 Continental

Left to Right, Jaguar 1938 SS-100, Alvis 1938 4.3 Litre, Cadillac 1910 Roadster, MG 1948 MG TC Roadster.

Left to Right, Cadillac 1959 Series 62, Ford 1949 Converible, Chevrolet 1955 Nomad, Chevrolet 1958 Impala.

Left to Right. Cadillac 1953 Eldorado, Buick 1953 Skylark, Ford Fairlane 1953 Crown Victoria, Pierce 1933 Silver Arrow.

Left to Right, a Maharaja's 1929 Rolls Royce Phantom II boat tail and on the left a 1993 Rolls Royce Phantom III.

A very small sample of the Naval Officers Collection

A 1/24 scale model of a Vosper Motor Torpedo Boat of 1943. Some very slight restoration to be done prior to sale. £440.00

The New Queen Mary model from the maiden voyage. £300.00

These ships shown below were removed from their boxes for photographing. We have not collected all the models as yet and they are scheduled to be delivered to Charles Miller in Fulham at the beginning of December. For the full inventory of this collection which we believe is complete, please contact.

DeAgostini i/1250 scale Warships of the Secong World War. 

More of the DeAgostini Collection

More of the same

More of the same.

18th Century Copper for the knowledgable collector

C1780. A Georgian Standard Excise 1 Gallon copper measure with a later C1840 Victoria Excise mark in tin overlay to the Georgian Stamp. 9 1/2" tall. £350.00.

C1780. A Georgian Copper Kettle - extensive repairs in Tin. 11" tall. Marked 6 on base. £100.00

Our Cast lead military figures from the "Sentry Box" Collection.

This is a collection of lead cast and hand painted military figures approximately 6 inches (120mm) high except for the horseman - from the Sentry Box series. Incredible detail in the accuracy of the uniforms.

 

Garde National Lancer - £70.00
Household Cavalier - £50.00
A Royal Hussar - £40.00
The Honourable Corps of Gentleman at Arms - £55.00
The Royal Scots - £60.00
The Rifle Brigade - £45.00
A Welsh Guardsman - £50.00
A Beefeater - £65.00

The Royal Ulster Rifles  £50.00

The Scots Guards - £70.00