David Duggleby

David Duggleby are auctioneers and valuers in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. They have two or three auctions a month offering items in a range of fields such as antiques, interiors, stamps, postcards, coins, vintage toys, collectables and paintings.

As well as clearances, removals and storage, the company also offers valuations both for probate and insurance purposes.


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Frederick Austin: an artist of the old school

26 February 2024

Group of works by a maker who used mostly traditional techniques creates a secondary market test

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Family value of Brian Shields

23 October 2023

Large urban or coastal scenes in the manner of LS Lowry were the stock-in-trade of Brian ‘Braaq’ Shields (1951-97).

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Beautiful bijin lady catches the eye on the Yorkshire coast

02 October 2023

This Japanese Imari bijin was made at the Imari kilns around 1690-1700. She wears a long kimono decorated with apple blossom and leafy branches.

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Certainly worth a handshake at £23,000

22 May 2023

The artist Júlio Pomar (1926- 2018) is considered one of the most important modern Portuguese painters.

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Staithes Group works show signs of revival at the top end at least

10 April 2023

Local supporters help to boost pictures produced in art colony based in a North Yorkshire fishing village

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Arnup destined to sculpt

26 September 2022

Apparently Sally Arnup (1930-2015) knew she was going to be a sculptor from the age of five – taking a shed in the family garden as a studio.

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Mason’s maritime depictions

12 September 2022

'Catspaws off the Land and Parting with the Tug' are a pair of drypoint etchings by Staithes Group artist Frank Henry Mason (1875-1965), signed in pencil with Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamps, Nos 7 and 8.

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Watches: Sherpas on the rise

18 July 2022

ATG reports on the market for the Enicar series of watches that were taken to Everest

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Pick of the week: High demand for rare Hull silver

04 July 2022

Abraham Barachin became the last silversmith to use the Hull town mark of three ducal coronets.

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Ruskin’s Venice by Moonlight sparkles on Scarborough sale day

17 January 2022

Grand Canal sketch has provenance to artist’s student who became a renowned collector

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Algernon Newton takes to the country

31 May 2021

Algernon Newton (1880-1968) has been one of the stars of the season with both his urban and rural scenes attracting high prices in the regions in the last month.

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Uncommon Wimbledon cast-iron mechanical bank emerges in Scarborough sale

31 May 2021

Almost two decades after the first American cast-iron mechanical banks, John Harper and Company of the Albion Works in Willenhall, Staffordshire filed a patent for the Wimbledon bank on September 21, 1885.

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Snuff box bidding battle in York

15 March 2021

This George III silver table snuff box by Phipps and Robinson, London 1814, is engraved to the cover with a plan of the battle of Talavera in the Peninsular War.

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Scarborough selection consigned by a familiar face

07 December 2020

A notable group of pictures from a local vendor gave a boost to the Autumn Art Sale held by David Duggleby (20% buyer’s premium) in Scarborough.

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Affordable art: Three works sold for under £2000 including a Louisa Canziani oil on canvas

28 September 2020

Three modestly valued works selling at regional sales including a Louisa Canziani painting.

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Auerbach’s theatrical flourish in Scarborough

06 April 2020

An unsigned Frank Auerbach (b.1931) sketch in coloured inks of Camden Theatre in London, a favourite subject of the artist, emerged as the top-selling lot at Scarborough saleroom David Duggleby (22.5% buyer’s premium).

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Doulton Lambeth frogs and cricketers make for a lively sale

23 March 2020

A c.1880 Doulton Lambeth stoneware tobacco jar and cover was one of the pleasant surprises at a recent David Duggleby (18.75% buyer’s premium) sale in Scarborough.

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Art Nouveau vases, Mouseman wall brackets and Great War gallantry medals – five lots to watch at auction this week

02 March 2020

With estimates from £600-3000 here are five previews of upcoming items this week.

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Five lots to watch at auction this week including a treen model ship, Ottoman Greek silverware and an Art Deco Jazz coffee set

04 November 2019

With estimates from £80-5000, here are five previews of upcoming sales this week.

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Becker price is a cut above

30 September 2019

Harry Becker (1865-1928) is not well known outside East Anglia but he is much admired both for a skilled grasp of Impressionism and his choice of subject matter.

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