Latest News Articles by Tom Derbyshire
Sergio Aguero shirt worn when scoring last-gasp Man City title winner in 2012 comes up at auction18 May 2022
Probably best to look away now if you are a Man Utd fan...
Throwing light on proceedings at west London auction16 May 2022
London auctioneer overcomes power cut to complete sale including a mighty Fresnel lens
Previews: issue 254316 May 2022
A selection of 15 upcoming lots from auctions taking place around the UK and Ireland.
Titanic twists of fate: tale of two auction lots in the US and UK11 May 2022
Fate played a cruel hand in the case of two Titanic passengers whose stories have come to light through recent auction lots.
‘Liberation dolls’ come to auction in Newbury09 May 2022
When the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp was liberated on April 15, 1945, a party of British Red Cross nurses and doctors stayed and tended those they could help back to health.
Paradise before the horrors of war09 May 2022
One of the last five works created by the German Expressionist August Macke is for sale at Ketterer Kunst after being family owned for almost 100 years.
Previews: issue 254209 May 2022
A selection of 16 upcoming lots from auctions taking place around the UK and Ireland.
Pick of the week: Record price for an RAF Victoria Cross02 May 2022
The Battle of Britain or Dambusters are usually involved when it comes to sizeable Royal Air Force medal results.
Car badges make a statement at auction02 May 2022
Charterhouse (25% buyer’s premium) has been holding auctions of classic cars, motorcycles and automobilia for nearly 20 years.
Heuer helps rally timing02 May 2022
Described by Bonhams (15% buyer’s premium) as “the ultimate in rally equipment from the 1960s”, a pair of stopwatches mounted on an original Heuer plate intended to be attached to the dashboard of a racing or rally car received a suitably enthusiastic response.
Previews: issue 254102 May 2022
A selection of 12 upcoming lots from auctions taking place around the UK and Ireland.
BP battered but still four figures02 May 2022
‘Significant damage and rust’ was spot on as a catalogue description when it came to an enamel sign sold at Cotswold Auction Company (22% buyer’s premium) on February 8. It was a mess.
Automobilia and petroliana: Pump action at auction02 May 2022
While classic, vintage and antique cars have a sizeable collecting market, the wider worlds of automobilia and petroliana also attract dedicated enthusiasts with plenty of auctions featuring a variety of lots.
Shell posters sure to create interest wherever they sell02 May 2022
The You Can Be Sure Of Shell adverts are some of the most familiar and renowned examples in British graphic design.
Herry motors on at Antikbar02 May 2022
This London Transport poster for the Motor Show that took place from October 17-26, 1935, in Olympia, west London, was designed by Heather Perry – known as Herry Perry (1897-1962). It was printed by The Dangerfield Printing Co, London.
Canadian ‘Black Battalion’ memento sells at Dix Noonan Webb02 May 2022
A medal awarded to a member of the only Canadian battalion composed of black soldiers to serve in the First World War has sold in a London auction.
Monaco Deco design02 May 2022
French illustrator Robert Falcucci (1900-89) was famous for his graphic works of the Art Deco era – particularly the Monaco Grand Prix posters.
Rolls-Royce ecstatic at sales figures02 May 2022
Spirit of Ecstasy has adorned the bonnet of every Rolls-Royce motor car since February 6, 1911.
Lalique mascots add a touch of glass02 May 2022
Lyon & Turnbull notes that while mascots made no functional contribution to a car, they “certainly added style, and generally have fared better over time than the cars to which they were mounted”.
Archer car mascot points way to luxury02 May 2022
Ewbank’s (24% buyer’s premium) held a dedicated Cars, Motorbikes, Scooters & Automobilia auction on December 2 in Send, Woking.