Leski Auctions - now owned by Mossgreen

Leski Auctions - now owned by Mossgreen

Alex Jesaulenko collection up for auction

Four premiership medals are among the vast collection of football memorabilia one of Carlton’s favourite sons and football playing icon Alex Jesaulenko is auctioning from 5pm on Thursday through Leski Auctions at 13 Cato Street, Hawthorn.

Well remembered for his “mark of the century” over Collingwood ruckman Graeme Jenkin during the 1970 VFL Grand Final, Jesaulenko was instrumental in Carlton’s (which was down by 44 points at half time) famous come from behind victory.

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Antique violins a tuneful reminder of ages past

It’s probably one of the greatest opportunities instrument lovers and child prodigy musicians have ever had to compare and acquire a genuine antique violin in Australia’s 225-year history.

Leski Auctions forthcoming two-day sale, from 5pm on Wednesday and Thursday at 13 Cato Street Hawthorn, features 45 of these stringed instruments belonging to a professional musician who has been collecting violins for more than 40 years.

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Stamp auction results reach massive highs

Since May, when the largest world gathering of professional philatelists and serious stamp collectors for the year assembled at the Royal Exhibition Building, Leski Auctions stamp auction clearance rates have gone through the roof.

“At the time, millions of dollars in early Australian material changed hands and people were concerned that this would just flood the market,” managing director Charles Leski said.

Instead, this major world event created new interest and reawakened dormant stamp collectors who began actively seeking out new material.

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Albert Einstein letter and other famous autographs collection auctioned

Albert Einstein, the acknowledged father of modern physics and one of the most prolific intellects in human history, is one of the more famous names featured among a comprehensive collection of signed letters and books amassed by Austrian-born Fred Goldschlager – who as a young boy living in Vienna between the two world wars started collecting autographs as a hobby.

Mr Goldschlager died earlier this year and his collection is being auctioned as part of Leski Auctions latest sale from 5pm on Wednesday and Thursday at 13 Cato Street, Hawthorn East.

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Football memorabilia auctioned at right time of the season

The lure of increasingly difficult to win premierships has resulted in AFL teams becoming ever more competitive and, as this season passes the halfway mark, 2013 is proving no different with the top sides knuckling down for a tight race to the finish.

At this time of the year knowing the interest it generates, Leski Auctions at 13 Cato Street, Hawthorn East invariably has some football memorabilia up for grabs.

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