Architectural Salvage and Bygones

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Thursday 18 June 2020

Commencing at 11:00am

St Neots Auction Centre


Wednesday 17th June 9am - 5pm
Viewing for this sale is available with restrictions. A limited number of people will be permitted in the salerooms at any one time and strict social distancing measures will be in place.

Please note that our Limited Viewing is subject to change and dependent upon Government guidance at the time.

Auction Collection & Clearance Service Available



Please note this sale will be held live on the internet and attendance in person will not be allowed*. Subject to change

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If you are considering buying or selling at our Agricultural Bygones, Vintage Memorabilia, Automobilia sale or need any further information please contact the auctioneer Anthony Baker

Recent Highlights

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Bygones & Architectural Salvage

Singer cast iron 4 star stool base with wooden seat

Sold for £200

Enamelled metal sign advertising Phipps stout, bottled at the Northampton brewery, size 1020x1830mm

Sold for £340

Corona Extra dump bin beer cooler

Sold for £550

Assorted foot pumps, oils, solvent cleaners, paraffin cans, etc.

Sold for £220

Enamelled tin sign for kings dinner pills cure by J. Wise of St. Neots

Sold for £120

Union flag

Sold for £110

A galvanized feeding trough with 4 divisions

Sold for £85

2 vintage public toilet door locks together with an Art Nouveau letter box, decorative brass door knocker and various other door furniture

Sold for £90

An anvil, l. 71 cm

Sold for £160

20 Czech pendant ceiling lights with moulded glass shades

Sold for £270

Wooden 'Evelyn's Barrow'

Sold for £220

Galvanized metal trough, 1850x420x490mm

Sold for £340

XUT 186S, Range Rover, 3000cc diesel, gold First Registered: 15/06/1978, 7 former keepers, vendor acquired in 1998 Last MOT 1998, key, V5 present, HPI clear

Sold for £6,400

Of advertising interest: An early/mid 20th Century double sided brown patinated bronze sign advertising the Royal Bank of Scotland *it is believed that this sign may have hung in the Head Office, Edinburgh, but archivists have not been able to confirm

Sold for £460

Early 20th Century metal and glass cloche

Sold for £130

A black and white painted timber dovecote of hexagonal form on a single column, h. 315 cm approximately

Sold for £120

A cast metal stove by "Porteat & Son" with flu pipe attachment

Sold for £85

A pine two seater school desk with a wrought iron framework

Sold for £120

A set of 4 black and white enamelled bulley ceiling lamps with iron grills

Sold for £160