September 2015


Favourite Dinky toys an auction feature

Dinky toys – the favourite of many children during the 20th century – will be auctioned from 9.30am Friday September 11 at Young’s Auctions 229 Camberwell Road, East Hawthorn.

The auction features a large collection of opals from Coober Pedy and Lightning Ridge (perfect for Christmas presents) and several substantial diamond rings.

Sterling silver is another feature along with a large pair of cast iron urns 1.6 metres tall, which has proved highly popular so far with auction goers.

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Philips Auctions

Auction jewellery makes a great Christmas present

With Christmas only a few months away, buyers are already turning their attention to Christmas presents – and jewellery is always a strong contender, particularly if pieces can be purchased at reasonable auction prices.

Philips Auctions forthcoming jewellery sale, from 6pm Monday September 7 at 47 Glenferrie Road Malvern, is the perfect opportunity to purchase Christmas gifts for wives, partners and girlfriends – or is simply a great place to add to existing collections.

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Don Bradman's Australian Test blazer a must for collectors

Don Bradman’s 1936-37 Australian Test blazer from his first series as Australian captain will be a massive drawcard to Mossgreen’s sporting memorabilia auction from 10am Monday September 7 at 935 High Street, Armadale.

The 1936-37 Ashes series was notable for the fact that Bradman scored successive ducks and Australia lost the first two Tests.

He then scored two double centuries and a single century inn the last three Tests to help forge a remarkable Australian Ashes win.

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Philips Auctions

Australian artists feature in Armadale estate auction

An Armadale estate with paintings from the likes of Australian artists 1969 Archibald Prize winner Ray Crooke, Albert Tucker and Bill Coleman should draw the auction crowds to Philips Auctions latest sale from noon Sunday September 6 at 47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern. 

Tucker’s Parrot in burnt landscape is typical of his ongoing fascination with birds during his lifetime and carries a catalogue estimate of $16,000-$20,000.

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Abbeys Auctions

Cameras and gym equipment for photography and fitness buffs

An assortment of cameras and gymnasium equipment are the highlights of Abbeys Auctions weekly sale from 9am Friday September 4 at 480-482a Station Street, Box Hill.

The gym equipment includes mats, dumbbells and free weights.

Abbeys Auctions is preparing for the start of its next online auction, which begins at 7pm Wednesday September 9.

Included in the sale are appliances, toys, clothes and health food products unclaimed through Australia Post.

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Massive model train collection a boon for enthusiasts

A massive collection of model trains – all as new and still in their original boxes – continues to be progressively auctioned as part of Young’s Auctions latest weekly sale from 9.30am Friday September 4 at 229 Camberwell Road, East Hawthorn.

The model trains are 10 to 30 years old and feature brand names like Atlas and Powerline. They have been kept under the vendor’s home in circumstances that ensure their excellent condition.

Like its predecessors, this sale features about 30 lots of the model trains and is number 21 in the auction series. 

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