Stroud Auctions

Gloucestershire-based auction house Stroud Auctions were set up in 2004. The first permanent auction house in the town, they were established in Stroud under the leadership of James Taylor, the son of a long-standing antiques dealer.

Their sales includes general antiques, art and collectables alongside specialist sections such as Asian art, ceramics, scientific and musical instruments, militaria, taxidermy, toys, vinyl, clocks, coins and textiles.


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Playing your cards right in Stroud

08 November 2012

A large collection of playing cards comprising some 200 lots has been consigned to Stroud Auctions in Gloucestershire and will be sold without reserves on November 14-15.

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Weighing up the options

30 April 2012

At their May 9-10 sale, Stroud Auction Rooms in Gloucestershire will include over 200 lots of weights and scales from a single collection.

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Chinese works stolen in Stroud

25 October 2011

POLICE are appealing for help after 27 Chinese works of art were stolen from Stroud Auction Rooms in Gloucestershire a day before they were due to be sold.

Stroud to get its own auction house

20 July 2004

A NEW auction house opening in Stroud in Gloucestershire is to hold its first sale on July 28. Stroud Auctions Ltd will be the first permanent auction house in the town.

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