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Westcountry Art featuring Robert Lenkiewicz

Wednesday 11th September 2019 @ 6.00pm

Viewing 9th,10th & 11th September 2pm to 6pm

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Wednesday 9th October 2019 @ 7pm

Viewing 6pm to 7pm

Antiques, Collectables & Gold Coins

Wednesday 16th October 2019 @ 10.30am

Viewing 14th & 15th 2pm - 6pm, 16th 9am - 10.30am

Fine Jewellery and Watches

Wednesday 6th November 2019 @ 6pm

Viewing 4th, 5th, 6th November 2pm to 6pm.

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Welcome to Plymouth Auction Rooms

Plymouth Auction Rooms is a family run business established in 1992. The team have a wealth of experience enabling them to provide a professional, friendly and efficient auctioneering and valuation service.

Auctioneer and valuer Paul Keen has over 30 years experience and has appeared on BBC television, local and national radio. He is also regularly featured in the Westcountry media – with popular editorial features.

The auction rooms hold regular sales featuring art, jewellery, watches, antiques and collectors’ items.

Enthusiasm for promotion and marketing has yielded many exceptional results including a record price for a pair of Chinese Export pottery parrots at £200,000 and the auction of English gold pattern coins, selling worldwide for £330,000.

Plymouth Auction Rooms is widely respected and recognised as the leading saleroom for works by iconic painter Robert Lenkiewicz.

A high profile internet presence and an on-line bidding facility has seen Plymouth Auction Rooms evolve into one of the Westcountry’s leading auctioneers and valuers.

The 1969 Rolex Submariner, Model 5513

The 1969 Rolex Submariner, Model 5513

LOCAL COLLECTOR OUTBIDS RECORD NUMBER OF ONLINE BIDDERS TO SECURE RARE ROLEX

 

A rare Rolex Submariner watch bought on the Falkland Islands in 1970 for just £47 attracted a record number of online bidders at the August sale. However, it was a determined Plymouth collector sitting in the saleroom that had the winning bid after he ‘fought of’ four telephone lines and a flurry of internet bids to secure the watch for a premium inclusive bid of £11,470.