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Herbert Gurschner Austrian 1901-1975 Old Mentone acrylic on board sold for 2100

 

Herbert Gurschner (Austrian 1901-1975) Old Mentone, acrylic on board, sold for £2,100

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Rare 17th century maps of the world go under the hammer in Perth (December 2015)

1 A rare book of maps which reveals the world as it was known in the 1600s has been sold at auction in Perth. While Australia is notable by its absence the “Isles of Great Brittaine” are quite recognisable to the modern eye with Perth, “Dunkell”, Dundee and “Angusia” all featuring....

Global interest in auction of Sir James Cayzer’s treasure trove (December 2015)

2 As heir to a shipping company fortune, the late Sir James Cayzer really did have it all – a castle, a collection of Rolls-Royces and some of the most expensive “boys’ toys” that money could buy. Now his most treasured possessions, including a remote controlled 8ft long battleship and a...

Kinpurnie Castle contents reveal life upstairs, downstairs (December 2015)

3 A fascinating glimpse into the privileged life led by a wealthy shipping family in their Angus castle has been revealed as the end of an era draws to a close. For over 100 years Kinpurnie Castle near Newtyle was owned by the Cayzers, whose massive fortune was founded by Sir...

£15,000 auction surprise for owner whose painting found in the attic had been dismissed as average (August 2015)

4 A painting discovered in a Perthshire attic and which had been dismissed as being of little value has sold for almost £15,000. The owner had taken it to one Scottish auction house which declined to sell it as they believed it was worth less than £500, their lot threshold value....

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