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Saleroom selection: three modestly valued works including hunting scenes

03 September 2018

Three modestly valued works in regional sales, sold for under £900.

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Saleroom selection: Three modestly valued works in regional sales including Bush Hardy river scene

06 August 2018

A trio of works in regional auctions which sold under £300, including a watercolour of the River Dart in Devon by Thomas Bush Hardy.

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Saleroom selection: three artworks under £1000 including a painting by an Iraqi pioneer

02 July 2018

Three modestly valued works in regional sales including a painting by a pioneer of Iraqi modern art.

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Battle for ‘celebrity’ artist in Sussex

18 June 2018

A quartet of oils by the contemporary British painter Sherree Valentine-Daines (b.1959) produced multi-estimate prices when they went under the hammer in Sussex.

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Zsolnay Pecs leaves Battle bidders hungry for more

19 February 2018

The great Hungarian love affair with Zsolnay Pec ceramics goes on, most recently witnessed in the East Sussex rooms of Burstow & Hewett (15% buyer’s premium) when 27 lots were offered.

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Falcon poster flies among film relics

18 September 2017

Best of 193 lots of film posters which made up a specialist sale at Burstow Hewett (15% buyer’s premium) at Battle was this variation for the classic movie The Maltese Falcon.

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Watch-tapping Alfred Hitchcock Psycho film poster at auction

24 April 2017

Psycho must have been a frightening enough film in its day even without a menacing poster that greeted cinema-goers.

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Cadell emerges in East Sussex

16 August 2012

Burstow and Hewett of Battle in East Sussex will offer this landscape painting by Scottish artist Francis Cadell (1883-1937) on September 26.

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Record books struggle to keep pace with Troika price rises

10 April 2004

NOT all the market resides in a state of stagnation.

Meanwhile, more traditional values also grow

06 April 2004

WHILE Troika ceramics made up the first 150 lots at Burstow & Hewett’s (10% buyer's premium) March 17 sale, there was also more traditional fare on offer, such as this 9in (22cm) diameter pair of mid-18th century English (probably London) delft plates, right, each with a painted design of a cockerel and a flower in blue, green and orange.

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