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Mayflower 400 Auction

Date & Start Time: Wednesday 16th September 2020 - 10.30am

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It’s an important year for Plymouth, so much so, that even the Royal Mint have produced a coin to celebrate one of the most important events in its history.

The anniversary of the pioneering voyage of the Mayflower ship will be celebrated across the country with many events throughout the year but none more than in Plymouth, being the final departure point from the UK of the Pilgrim Fathers on a quest to seek religious freedom.

Collectables, antiques and art enthusiasts can also be part of the 400th anniversary celebration with our invitation to consign items for a unique Mayflower 400 auction taking place in Plymouth.

This unique Plymouth themed auction will be held exactly 400 years to the day the Pilgrim Fathers set sail, on Wednesday 16th September 2020.

It’s now time to check your collections for items with a connection to Plymouth. It could be a group of war medals, military objects, a sword, Plymouth porcelain, posters, railway effects, marine items, original early photographs, memorabilia, clocks, watches, paintings and of course sporting memorabilia from The Pilgrims!

Suitable entries for the sale will be accepted over the coming months and will be promoted worldwide online. We are expecting significant interest from ‘our American friends’.

If you have something of interest please get in touch with us on 01752 254740 or message direct 

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A rare painting by Fred Yates, The Kathleen & May was the last wooden three masted schooner to trade from the Westcountry. This painting shows it moored in Sutton Harbour. Click to view larger size image
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The Mayflower, a fine work consigned by Brian Pollard, 12 Click to view larger size image
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