Tuesday 23rd December at 5pm
Monday 29th December
Closed New Year’s Day
Country Sale Dates:
Monday 8th December
Monday 15th December
Monday 5th January
There will be no Country Sale on:
Monday 22nd or 29th December
Our annual Poultry and Seasonal Produce Sale will be held on Friday 19th December. Sale starts 11am with viewing morning of the sale from 8.30am
Please note – Entries have now closed. For further information please contact Anne Pegg - Tele: 01263 733195 or email: email@example.com
Please note Keys Fine Art Auctioneers will be unable to asisst with shipping/packaging for the East Anglian Art Sale on November 28th along with their Fine Winter Art Sale on December 12th.
We recommend using Mail Boxes Etc. Address; 37 St Andrews Street, Norwch NR2 4TP. Tel; 01603 926420 Fax; 01603926720 Email; firstname.lastname@example.org Website; mbe.co.uk/norwich
For over half a Century this traditional Country Sale has been held on the same site each Monday (Tuesdays after a Bank Holiday)
10.00 Garden Produce & Nursery Stock
10.30 Victorian & 20th Century Furniture and Effects
12.30 Motor Vehicle Sale
13.30 Cottage Furniture and Effects with Books
For further information please contact David Gould or visit our website page
Artist’s resale rights (Droit de Suite) in addition to our normal Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% + VAT, a commission of 4% (No VAT) will be payable on resale works of qualifying artists, for a period of up to 70 years after their death, on pictures making over one thousand Euros (payable in Sterling at the rate applicable on the day of the sale); such Lots are marked with an “*”, this will be payable by the purchaser of the picture.
Please refer to Item 8 of our Terms & Conditions for terms and expressions attributed to artists and their works.
Keys Fine Art Auctioneers offer a Condition Report Service in advance of our Fine Art Sales and respectfully ask that requests are made at least 48 hours prior to the commencement of the Sale. Although we do our best to reply we regret that late requests are not guaranteed to be met due to the constraints of the sale.
We take great care to ensure that any statements as to attribution, age, date, origin, provenance and condition are reliable and accurate but it should be noted that all such statements are skilled opinions prepared with due care, if provenance (written or historical fact) cannot be produced. However, Keys Fine Art Auctioneers do not guarantee that condition reports, whether included in the catalogue, or given at a later time; cover all aspects of an item(s) condition. All clocks, watches and mechanical items are sold on behalf of vendors by Keys Fine Art Auctioneers strictly on an “As Found” basis.
No guarantee or warranty is issued or given in anyway, either written or verbal and therefore refunds will not be issued on the basis of the Lot not being “in working order”, “incomplete”, or “not in original condition”.
Keys Fine Art Auctioneers would respectfully ask that prospective buyers view Lots in person, wherever issues regarding condition are seen as important to them, satisfying themselves as to the condition, completeness and originality of any Lot on which they intend to bid.
A “rare” Victorian book featuring pictures of the Norfolk Broads in the 19th Century has been auctioned for almost triple its guide price.
The compilation of pictures by photographer Peter Henry Emerson was one of just 200 copies and was expected to sell for about £25,000 in September.
But it eventually sold for £66,000 at Keys Fine Arts Auctioneers in Aylsham.
Sarah Prior, book manager, said: “As it kept rising we just thought ‘Wow!’. Life and Landscape on the Norfolk Broads is so rare because the photographer smashed all the original plates once it was published. Ms Prior said: “It’s one of those books that we thought we would never see until this copy appeared. We’re really thrilled.”
The 81-page book, nearly A3 in size, belonged to a lady from Norfolk and had been in her family since it was published in 1887. Each image includes an explanation, written by Emerson and artist Thomas Frederick Goodall.
The copy has been bought by a private collector living in London.
Emerson was born in Cuba in 1856 and moved to England when he was a teenager where he championed a natural approach to photography.