Railtons

Railtons are an auction house based in Wooler, Northumberland. The company was established by Jim Railton in 1993 and they moved to their current premises in 2010.

Railtons hold quarterly auctions of fine art and antiques together with estate sales across the year, covering all areas of antiques and collectables.


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Bid Barometer

16 December 2019

Online buying: realised prices at auctions on thesaleroom.com

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Auctioneer Railton fined £1000 over birds’ eggs

06 April 2010

NORTH East auctioneer Jim Railton has been fined £1000 after being charged over the sale of an Edwardian collection of birds’ eggs.

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Auctioneer Railton fined £1000 over birds' eggs

31 March 2010

THE Northumberland auctioneer Jim Railton who was charged with offering and advertising 54 wild birds’ eggs for sale, has now been fined £1000 plus costs at Alnwick Magistrates Court.

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Auctioneer faces jail and huge fine over birds’ eggs

15 March 2010

ONE of the North East’s best-known auctioneers faces a substantial fine and a possible prison sentence after being charged over the sale of an Edwardian collection of birds’ eggs.

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Railton takes lease on Alnwick site

30 March 2009

NORTHUMBERLAND auctioneer Jim Railton has taken over the Old Narrowgate Salerooms in Alnwick on a lease from the Duke of Northumberland.

PREVIEW

15 April 2004

THIS weekend (April 17-18) Northumberland auctioneer Jim Railton will sell the residual contents of the late Dowager Countess of Tankerville’s estate house in Chillingham, pictured right.

For when he clocks off...

23 September 2002

LATE, but interesting news arrives from Northumberland in the form of this 18th century bracket clock, right, by Horseman and Quare, which emerged from a Northumbrian farmhouse to be the star of the sale held by Jim Railton (15% buyer’s premium) at Newcastle Racecourse on July 13.

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