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Thomson Roddick Auctioneers & Valuers

Auction House Name Thomson Roddick Auctioneers & Valuers
Site URL http://www.thomsonroddick.com
About Us Thomson Roddick Carlisle hold monthly Antiques and Works of Art sales which comprise over 500 lots of antique furniture, gold, silver, jewellery, clocks and watches, Oriental and Asian works of art, paintings both traditional and contemporary, pottery, porcelain etc. These sales are held at 10:30am with viewing on the day prior from 10am until 5pm and on the morning of the auction from 9am. The Collectors' Sales are held bimonthly and typically comprise of coins, banknotes and exonumia, medals and militaria, toys, dolls and model railways, postcards, stamps, cigarette cards and ephemera, fishing tackle, sporting effects and instruments, ethnic, tribal and eastern arts and whisky, wine and spirits. These sales are held at 10:30am with viewing on the day prior from 10am until 5pm and on the morning of the auction from 9am. The home furnishings and interiors sales are held fortnightly on a Tuesday. A typical sale will comprise between 400 and 600 lots of decorative ceramics, books, vintage trunks and cases, 20th century design, furniture, rugs, collectables, glassware, lamps, pictures and other goods. Viewing for the fortnightly sales is generally the day before the sale between 2pm and 5pm and on the morning of the auction from 9am. Antiquarian and Collectable book auctions are held monthly on a Wednesday and start at 12noon. Viewing is the day prior and on the morning of the auction from 9am. Our office is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday. Deliveries of goods to the saleroom is preferred on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays during office hours, items can be accepted on a Wednesday although please call the office to book an appointment.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
City Carlisle
Country United Kingdom
Zipcode CA2 7NA
Contact Number 01228 528939
Buyer's Fee All lots are subject to a buyer’s premium of 17.5% plus VAT.
Consigner's Fee

  • <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Darwin, Charles. <i>On the Origin of Species.</i> Presentation Copy. Sold for $500,075.
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Darwin, Charles. Autograph Letter Signed, 3 pp, negotiating the 2nd American edition with Appleton. Sold for $21,325.
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Hemingway, Ernest. Autograph Letter Signed, 8 pp, Paris, 1924, to his father discussing Bullfighting, Stories, and his new baby. Sold for $25,075.
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Shakespeare, William. <i>Corialanus.</i> London, 1623. 1st printing [Extracted from the First Folio]. Sold for $50,075.
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Swift, Jonathan. <i>Gulliver's Travels.</i> London, 1726. 1st edition, Teerink's A edition, fine, large copy. Sold for $21,325.
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Fitzroy, Robert. Autograph Letter Signed to agent Thomas Stilwell, informing him of the progress of H.M.S. Beagle. Sold for $17,575.
    <center><b>Bonhams<br> Property from the Collection of Nicole and William R. Keck II</b>
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Shakespeare, William. <i>Sonnets.</i> 1901. 2 volumes. Printed on vellum and illuminated by Ross Turner, bound by Trautz-Bauzonnet. Sold for $13,825.
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Beardsley, Aubrey. <i>The Birth, Life, and Acts of King Arthur.</i> 1893-94. 2 volumes. Contemporary painted vellum gilt by Chivers. Sold for $5,325.
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Assisi, St. Francis. <i>The Canticle of Brother Sun.</i> Illuminated on vellum, for the Grolier Society. Sold for $7,575.
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Rackham, Arthur. <i>Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens.</i> 1/500 copies signed by Rackham. Sold for $4,825.
    <b>Bonhams, Jun 13 results:</b> Proust, Marcel. <i>Du coté de chez Swann.</i> 1st edition, 1st issue. Inscribed by Proust. Sold for $8,825.
  • <b>Swann Auction Galleries:</b> Ian Fleming, <i>Goldfinger,</i> first edition, inscribed to Sir Henry Cotton, MBE, London, 1959. Sold for $25,000.
    <b>Swann Auction Galleries:</b> Joseph Brant, Mohawk Chief, ALS, writing after pledging support to King George III against American rebels, 1776. Sold for a record $35,000.
    <b>Swann Auction Galleries:</b> Sonia Delaunay, <i>Ses Peintures</i> . . ., 20 pochoir plates, Paris, 1925. Sold for a record $13,750.
    <b>Swann Auction Galleries:</b> Diana, Princess of Wales, 6 autograph letters signed to British <i>Vogue</i> editor, 1989-92. Sold for $10,400.
    <b>Swann Auction Galleries:</b> Alexander Hamilton, ALS, as Secretary of the Treasury covering costs of the new U.S. Mint, 1793. Sold for $12,500.
    <b>Swann Auction Galleries:</b> Benjamin Graham & David L. Dodd, <i>Security Analysis,</i> first edition, inscribed by Graham to a Wall Street trader, NY, 1934. Sold for $20,000.
    <b>Swann Auction Galleries:</b> George Barbier & François-Louis Schmied, <i>Personnages de Comédie,</i> Paris, 1922. Sold for $9,375.
    <b>Swann Auction Galleries:</b> Alphonse Mucha, <i>Ilsée, Princesse de Tripoli,</i> Paris, 1897. Sold for a record $13,000.
    <b>Swann Auction Galleries:</b> Ralph Waldo Emerson, <i>The Dial,</i> first edition of the reconstituted issue, Emerson’s copy with inscriptions, Cincinnati, 1860. Sold for a record $3,250.