A few of the images that feature in today’s post were done on Tuesday, most today. All are of items that will be going under the hammer on April 27th. We aim to have our catalogues ready about one month before the sale, which with a two-day sale coming up on the 30th and 31st effectively means that I have tomorrow and next week at my disposal for imaging.
A WIDE RANGE OF IMAGES
I will start with the images from Tuesday that I considered worth sharing…
Today’s images cover a wide range of interests, and I will deal with the best of them by category…
These items are in 250s to low 300s, so will go under the hammer near the end of the second hour of the auction…
The first four images are of lot 241
The next four images are lot 251
This lot is not of course militaria, but it was in amongst a box of militaria and was the only book of the day.
Given that we (James and Sons) are Norfolk based this picture had to be selected)
The cricket pic got in by way of ‘photographers privelege’!
This picture is by John Constable – ’nuff said
And completing the gallery for lot 259 this quirky oval picture
Lot 292 – a four image gallery.
Lot 300 – a spitfire badge
Lot 312 (four images)
Next up in today’s whistle stop tour are some bulk postcard lots…
This vast collection fo postcards came by post from Belgium!
The bulk of lot 634
The best of lot 634
To finish, some interesting miscellaneous items…
Some interesting pewter (I think it is pewter anyway)
Lot 703 – a collection of old tins
The glass front on this on is still clear enough that you can see trhe camera lens reflected in it!
I am branch secretary of NAS West Norfolk and #actuallyautistic (diagnosed 10 years ago at the comparatively advanced age of 31). I am a keen photographer, so that most of my own posts contain photos. I am a keen cricket fan and often write about that subject. I also focus a lot on politics and on nature.
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