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If you need to dispose of a single item or a collection of Fine Art or Antiques, Pictures or Jewellery, Books & Ephemera, Toys & Collectables, Clocks & Watches, Silver or Silver-plate etc

If you need a complete house clearance service, consult the professionals.  We can offer you a fast, reliable and  service and dispose of those unwanted items by auction

Our Aylsham Saleroom Complex with large onsite car parking facilities enjoys an excellent national and international reputation and we hold monthly sales of antiques and pictures, bi-monthly book sales, as well as our famous weekly “Country Sale” of everyday household effects

We have a team of expert valuers who will be pleased to help and offer advice. Valuations are also undertaken for probate and insurance purposes

For an initial free Valuation Appointment or further details please contact Wendy Goodyear

East Anglian Art

Friday 28th November



Keys Fine Art Auctioneers are now accepting entries of East Anglian Art for our Sale dedicated to works
from the region

Artists of interest include J A Arnesby-Brown, J Constable, A J Munnings, E Seago, E Stannard, S J Batchelder, etc

• Free no obligation valuations

• Competitive Commission Rates

• Live Sales on the Internet via the saleroom.com

• Quality Illustrated Catalogues

• Prompt payment

Contact:  Kevin Lines


James Stark (1794 – 1859), Oil on Canvas
Estimate: £20,000 – £30,000

Selected Quality Antiques

Tuesday 25th to Thursday 27th November

Entries Invited


Keys Fine Art Auctioneers are now accepting entries of Selected Quality Antiques including Ceramics, Glass, Collectables, Silver-plate, Silver, Jewellery, Clocks, Watches, Furniture and Rugs

• Free no obligation valuations
• Competitive Commission Rates
• Live Sales on the Internet via the saleroom.com
• Quality Illustrated Catalogues
• Prompt payment

For further details or free please contact: Nigel Ducker

Book & Ephemera Sale

Thursday 25th & Friday 26th September


Children’s & Illustrated; Modern 1st Editions, Art, Architecture, Literature, Antiquarian Bindings, History, Collecting, Religion & Theology, Sporting, Natural History, Travel, Topography & Local Interest, Ephemera, Stamps and Cigarette Cards, Antiquarian Maps, Prints and Mixed Boxed Lots

Contact:  Sarah Prior or Robert Henshilwood 

Commercial & Deadstock Sale

Monday 29th September



Our monthly Commercial and Deadstock Sale typically includes Bankrupt Stock for the Official Receiver, Catering Equipment, Bicycles, Vintage and Modern Tools, Office and Shop Clearance, Garden, Outdoor Effects & Timber

Contact Martyn Fox

Antique Sale with Clocks & Watches

Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th September

Day One:  Oriental, English & European Ceramics, Treen, Metal Wares and Musical Instruments

Day Two:  Silver-plate, Silver, Wrist and Pocket Watches, Jewellery, Clocks, Barometers and Scientific Instruments, Table Furniture, Antique and early 20th Century Furniture

Contact  Paul Goodley or Henry Hammond

Something to Crow about…


September 5th Ornithological Sale

In only its second year, the 2014 Ornithological Sale is building on the success of last years outing, with submissions taken over the last few weeks including works by Archibald Thorburn, J. C. Harrison and Sir Peter Scott. We are pleased to say that there should be something here for all avian enthusiasts, ranging from a stunning trio of Colin Burns to a selection of the small, delicate watercolours of Roland Green.

Along with the oils, watercolours and prints, we will also be displaying and selling a large selection of avian taxidermy – including African Parrots, Birds of Paradise and a striking Capercaillie. In a region famed for this particular practice, we are pleased to announce that we already have pieces by the famous Victorian taxidermists T. E. Gunn, Walter Lowne and H. N. Pashley.

Contact:  Kevin Lines or Joseph McCarthy.


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Country Sale – Every Monday

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)

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.

Condition Report Service

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.