Taylor's Auctions

Taylor’s Auctions was founded in Montrose, Scotland in 1974 and remains a family-run business.  In 2010 they moved into new purpose-built premises, and in 2013 opened an additional saleroom onsite. 

Their regular sales offer a range of specialist categories from antique furnishings and decorative arts to coins and stamps, toys, militaria, natural history, fine wines and tribal art.


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Lothians crock rates high in kitchenalia

12 October 2020

A small group of Victorian transfer-printed stoneware crocks offered by Taylor’s (24% buyer’s premium) in Montrose on September 16 included a 7½in (18cm) butter crock with the logo of the Lothians Dairy Co of Slate Ford Road, Edinburgh.

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Bid Barometer

24 August 2020

Online buying: realised prices at auctions on thesaleroom.com

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An enigmatic £200,000 Chinese sleeper unmasked

23 March 2015

Drama came at a recent sale at Taylor’s Auction Rooms in Montrose when a lot of two pieces of Chinese blue and white porcelain sold for £200,000.

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Miniature vase, maximum price

25 June 2005

Moorcroft miniatures are a collecting field in their own right. Anyone who owns a copy of Paul Atterbury’s book Moorcroft will be aware from the sleeve illustration just how many of the factory patterns were produced in miniature, often requiring an extra delicacy of touch on the part of the designer, potter and decorator.

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Repeating time and money

23 December 2004

Complete with its original bill of sale and warranty, this fine 18ct gold chronograph minute repeater pocket watch made by London maker J.W. Benson sold into the trade for £3100 at John Taylor’s (12% buyer’s premium) of Louth on December 7.

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When the second best got better… Crown Devon plaques post £1520

22 September 2004

COMPETING against the likes of Carlton Ware and Crown Ducal for market share, cheerful mass-produced ceramics were what the prolific Fieldings Crown Devon factory did best. The best of the second best, if you like.

The maritime climate

29 June 2004

LEADING the sale conducted by John Taylors (12% buyer’s premium) in Louth on June 1 was a marine barometer by Rodgerson & Co.

US bidder recognises superiority of Minton’s fresher fruit

03 April 2003

Minton did majolica just a bit better than anyone else – not just in their large monumental and sculptural pieces but also in the smaller and more mundane wares.

Auction Group acquire Honiton salerooms

12 July 2002

UK: The Fine Art Auction Group have added to their network of regional salerooms with the acquisition of Taylor’s of Honiton in Devon.

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