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Welcome to Adam Partridge Auctioneers & Valuers, the Liverpool saleroom, based in the vibrant Baltic Triangle creative area of the city just off Jamaica Street, L1.

We hold monthly auctions of Antiques, Fine Art, Collectors' Items and General Goods.

Please contact us if we can be of assistance - from single items to complete house clearances.

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Next Auction:
Antiques & Collectors’ Items Auction with Photographic & Optical Instruments

Sale Date

Wednesday 3rd September 2014
4 days to go

Deadline Date

Wednesday 20th August 2014
0 days to go

Details:
Sale Day: Wednesday 3rd September 2014 from 10:00am
Lots 1 - TBC

Viewing: Tuesday 2nd September 2014 10.00am – 8.00pm

Condition reports to be requested no later than 5.30pm on Monday 1st September 2014. Send requests to conditions@adampartridge.co.uk

Bids to be received no later than 7.00pm on Tuesday 2nd September 2014 or they will not be processed in time for the auction.

Address: 18 Jordan Street
Liverpool
L1 0BP
For Enquiries Call: 0151 709 8070

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Adam Partridge Auctioneers are delighted to present a collection of twelve original artworks originally displayed at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and owned by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society...

Sale Highlights

A fine unmarked gold diamond and gem set Indian oval trinket box.
Sold for: £4100
An autograph book including a full set of Beatles autographs.
Sold for: £990
An 18ct gold open faced pocket watch with circular white enamelled.
Sold for: £980
A large circa 1900 lacquered brass 4 3/4" telescope by Negretti & Zambra of London.
Sold for: £1750
A heavy 22ct cartwheel wedding band, weight approx 60g.
Sold for: £1700
A good mid 19th century Boulle work rectangular casket of sarcophagus form.
Sold for: £1100
A good Victorian carved walnut cameo back button upholstered settee.
Sold for: £1100
A 14ct gold diamond ring, the central stone weighing approx 2cts.
Sold for: £1550
A fine 19th century Chinese embroidered panel.
Sold for: £540