Hebden Bridge Town Hall will play host to a specialist valuation day for a number of different collectables on Thursday, 29 November.
The auctioneers Lockdales will be at the Town Hall between 10am and 12pm and welcome the following types of collectables:
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Coins, stamps, banknotes, clocks, watches, silver, gold, documents, books and maps (pre-1900), medals and militaria also including swords, bayonets and de-activated / antique weapons, cigarette-cards, postcards, pre-1960 sports programmes and tickets and scientific instruments.
Members of the public will have the option to consign their goods to be sold in a future public auction, or they may request a cash purchase offer from Lockdales themselves.
Valuations at this event will be provided free of charge without any obligation to sell.
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Auction catalogues from previous sales will also be given to inform residents of Lockdales services.
Lockdales has been holding six auctions per year since 1997 and often turn up some very rare and interesting items from the public at these events.
One item in particular, a unique gold coin from the Dark Ages, was brought along to a previous event. The owner was not aware of the value of it and Lockdales later sold it on its owners’ behalf at auction for over £19,000.