TOYS & COLLECTORS GIFTS SALE RESULTS

Our last  Collectors Carousel Auction of the year was our Toys & Collectors Gifts and was our biggest and best toy sale ever!  With a range of single owner collections from Star Wars to Corgi, it attacted buyer galore!

A private collection of Corgi and other model vehicles totalled £5,171! Lego collections also did well, and a single owner collection of Matchbox toys and Star Wars figures did well at £780!

Most popular among the toys, a quantity of dolls including Sasha, Gregor and baby Sasha did well with the internet at £170! At the same level, a similar lot including Sasha dolls and a box of Sasha clothing sold for £170.

An internet bidder snapped up a box of model cars including Vitesse, EG, Gateway Global for £140.

From a private vendor, a Sindy Patch doll in her box sold to the internet at £100.

Popular in the cabinet, a portrait miniature in a gold frame, signed and engraved ‘From Frances 1795’ was snapped up by a room bidder at £380.

Three Waterman Ideal Fountain pens did well with the internet at £440. A silver two-compartment table cigarette box with internal striker sold to a commission bid at £170.

The highest selling lot, a Persian Qashqai rug didn’t disappoint in its pre-sale interest.  Consigned from a vendor near Penrith, it sold to a telephone bid at £650!

A Naïve American school oil on canvas of the Grand Canyon, signed and dated 1881 did well with the internet at £240.

A quantity of records attracted plenty of room competition, one buyer snapping them up for £240!

Most popular among the Militaria, a 1930s/40s Hitler Youth Regiment Nazi flag sold to the internet at £480.

In the firearms, a Bettinsoli over/under shotgun sold to a room bidder at £390. A Charles Ingram shotgun did well with the internet at £360.

A taxidermy Spanish Eagle did well with the internet at £240.

Exceeding expectations, a Persian Kasak rug sold to the internet at £240.

From a house clearance, a leaded and stained-glass window caught the room’s eye at £220.

Most valuable among the furniture, a scumbled pine Victorian housekeeper’s cupboard sold to the internet at £480.

A Globe Wernicke bookcase sold to the room at £200.

Following on from our previous success with beds, a sleigh bed with its base sold to a commission bidder at £200.

Ercol is forever popular in our saleroom! A nest of three pebble tables sold to the room at £160.

Our last auction this year is our next #curatedbypfk auction on the 18th December, the catalogue online Friday.

Our first auction of the new year is 8th January The New Year Sale. For free valuation and sales advice, contact us on info@pfkauctions.co.uk or 01768 890 781

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at PFK!

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