Rare and valuable collectibles to go under the hammer in Mid Wales

Rare and valuable collectibles, including original particular of sale document for the auction of the Cyfronydd Estate near Welshpool, Powys, will go under the hammer later this month.

More than 150 items have so far been submitted for the latest online collective sale to be organised by Mid Wales and Shropshire auctioneers and estate agents Morris, Marshall and Poole with Norman Lloyd. It will be held starting on Tuesday, 8 December and continuing until 7pm on Wednesday 17 December.

It follows the success of a similar auction in July that included large amounts of furniture and collectibles.

“The online sale of lots from Dolforgan Gardens in Kerry in July demonstrated the strength of the market, with all lots sold and in the majority of cases these went for an above guide price,” said Tony Evans, a Partner at MMP/NL.

A strong market for collectables and antique furniture

“Due to demand, we decided to host another one which would include a wider range of lots from a range of sellers. These include good quality collectible items we know will excite a lot of potential buyers.”

Among the 150 items is a rare sales particulars document about the sale of Cyfronydd Hall, near Welshpool, Powys, in 1927.

The sale of properties, land and other items was handled by Messrs Lane Saville and Co of Grosvenor Square, London.

Other items include a Welshpool grandfather clock, a rare Lachenal and Co (London) concertina, numerous Oak dressers, a range of furniture, a good number of Beswick farm animals, silver, china, paintings, and other historic items and collectables.

A physical viewing, under strict Covid-19 social distancing regulations, will take place on Friday, 11 December between 10am and 3pm at MMP/NL’s Welshpool Livestock Sales site off the Buttington Cross roundabout at Welshpool.

A link to the site can be found at www.thesaleroom.com. For more information, contact MMP/NL on 01938 552371.