Saturday 13 June 2020
Commencing at 10:00amBedford Auction Centre
Friday 12th 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.
How to View & Bid
Live Online Bidding
The sale date advertised above is subject to change and dependent on the national situation. Please check our website frequently for further updates.
Bid live online for no additional cost this week!
Our auctions feature approximately 2,500 lots of antique & general furniture, office furniture, modern electrical and household goods, vehicles, plant & machinery, garden equipment, commercial assets, ex-retail and other stock.
With the increased threat of Coronavirus (Covid-19) W&H Peacock have taken steps to help you avoid the crowds while still enjoying our sales. The following measures have been put in place:
Staggered Starting Times
This week our sales will be starting at the following times:
Saleroom 2: 9.30 am
Saleroom 3: 10.00 am
Saleroom 4: 12.00 noon
Saleroom 5: 1.00 pm
Live Online Bidding in all our sales
This Saturday you will be able to bid live in all of our sales (excluding vehicles) online. Due to the exceptional circumstances, W&H Peacock will be covering your online surcharge this week,
meaning that you can bid online for no additional cost.
Buyers’ premium and VAT will still apply.
To access iBidder, follow the ‘Live Online Bidding’ link from our website. iBidder is a third party bidding platform and has its own registration process.
Additional Viewing Hours
Our Eastcotts salerooms will be open on:
Thursday from 5pm-8pm
In addition to our normal viewing hours of 8.30am-8pm on Friday
We have put in place measures to make sure all public areas are spotlessly clean. However, we do ask that all attending W&H Peacock make sure that they follow the recommended Government advice:
View the Sales and Bid Online
All our weekly and specialist sale catalogues are available to browse online. Buyers who have a client number can register to leave commission bids online. Once logged in, commission bids can be placed whilst browsing the catalogue until 30 minutes prior to the sale’s start.
Leave Bids via phone
You can leave bids by telephoning our office on 01234 266366 until the sales commence.
As the situation develops our staff will be closely monitoring the UK Government’s advice on spread and containment of the virus and looking for more ways to offer you the chance to continue to bid at W&H Peacock.
Weekly sale catalogues will be published
online every Thursday 6.30pm
Entries are now invited Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday 8.30am – 5.00pm
Recent sale results from this auction are displayed below. To view highlights from other auctions, click here.
Bedford Auction Centre
A regency green leather button upholstered library chair, possibly Irish, the mahogany, reeded and brass inlaid frame of lyre-shaped form, on reeded legs with casters
Sold for £850
Cartier, an 18ct yellow gold and silver brooch in the form of a hawk resting on its trainers gauntlet, its eye set a small ruby, the glove decorated in black enamel and set small diamond and coral, signed verso and numbered 11513
Sold for £3,800
A collection of thirty-seven silver mounted clear and coloured glass vesta jars, various dates and makers.
Sold for £2,500
Talwin Morris: Glasgow School, 'Art Nouveau' Bookcase designed by Morris featuring a moulded top above three open shelves and four embossed copper plaques together with the complete complementary set of 21 bindings incorporating the gilt 'Peacock Feather' design on the maroon leather spines reflecting that of the plaques.
Sold for £800
Johann Huggler, Brienz (Swiss 1834-1912), a late 19th century clock, the French Japy Freres movement striking on a bell, within a Black Forest carved figural case modelled as a hunter holding a rifle, a buck over his shoulder with a hare, beaver and three partridge emerging from the stump and roots below, signed, h. 94 cm.
Sold for £7,600
A large group of pre-1920 Edward VII and George V silver coinage including shillings, florins, sixpence and threepence, overall
Sold for £1,400
Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson of Kilburn, an oak nest of three occasional tables each with a relief carved mouse, max w. 61cm
Sold for £800
Samuel La Grave, London: an 18th century table clock, the twin-train fusee movement striking bell, with an inscribed brass rear, the silvered dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, date aperture, strike/silent dial and decorated with an Oriental building, surrounded by brass spandrels within a mahogany and brass mounted case on ogee feet
Sold for £1,900
Van Cleef & Arpels, a yellow metal clip in the form of a seated musician playing the mandolin, her head set facet diamond, her chest and legs set cabochon emeralds and further small diamonds & rubies, signed verso and numbered 20444
Sold for £4,700
A late 18th century Cuff-type brass microscope by P. Dollond, Strand, London, together with several glass slides, within the mahogany case, h. 44 cm.
Sold for £2,300
A matched Chinese metalware four piece tea service, each pieced relief decorated with dragons within a hammered field, character marks to bases, together with a pair of similar sugar nips, overall 50 ozs (5).
Sold for £2,800
A Chinese stoneware blue and white shallow dish of circular form centrally decorated with a dragon, six character mark to base, d. 34.5 cm
Sold for £2,200
A Stuart Turner model of a direct-coupled steamed engine and electric generator, stamped 180
Sold for £340
William Tolliday, a model of a three-master sailing ship over a mineral sea, on a matching plinth, signed 14 x 11cm
William Tolliday joined Garrard & Co. in the late 1960's and worked from a workshop above the shop
Sold for £1,400
Makita 18v toolkit with drill, impact drive, reciprocating saw, circular saw, angle grinder, torchm 2 batteries and charger
Sold for £220
YT63 AKN (2013) Ford Transit 100 T260 FWD, 2198cc diesel MOT: 21/10/2018 (no certificate)
Sold for £4,2300
Puma Yang Model FG15-3 1.5 tonne gas counter balance forklift truck, Year 2000, reading 2654 hours
Sold for £1,600 hammer price
Mitsubishi "40" diesel counter balance forklift truck with triple mast and side shift together with a spare pair of forks. Capacity: 4000kg downgraded to 2500kg, Year 1996, Serial No: EF19B-50001
Sold for £4,100
(1993) JCB 525.67 Loadall rough terrain fork lift truck with pair of forks and 1.5m ditching bucket, Registration: K125 SFW, First registered: 1/4/1993, Hours: 6699
Sold for £4,100
Volvo FL6 tanker lorry with 2500 gallon (2000/500 fresh) tank fitted in 2014 Year: 2003 registration W5 POO
Sold for £15,750
(2014) BMW 120D M Sport 5 door hatchback in black with Harmon Kardon Speakers, Sat Nav, Xenon headlights, Comfort package, Black panel display etc
Sold for £9,400
Doosan model DX27Z 3 tonne tracked excavator Year 2013 with 3 buckets, key start, showing 1671 hours
Sold for £7,700 hammer price
2002 Volvo B12M Bus, 12000cc Diesel, 50 seater, White, Registration CE02 YRX (Please not the number plate photographed is not included in this lot), First registered 01.05.2002, Test expires 25.07.16, Odometer shows 039,078 kilometres
Sold for £21,000
Bobcat T40170 teleporter, Type 4290, with pair of forks, Year 2005, 4000kg capacity, Hours 5310
Sold for £8,500