First 2022 auction is one to watch!

RICHARD Winterton Auctioneers is winding into 2022 in style as a huge collection of watches goes under the hammer.

The Collectable Sale takes place online only on Thursday, January 6, from 10am, and includes Swiss timepieces from famous names such as Rolex, Omega, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Girard-Perregaux, TAG Heuer and Longines.

More than 100 watches feature in the auction, with a number from one impressive collection which is expected to realise upwards of £15,000.

“This sale is a real treasure trove of timepieces consigned through our new Tamworth office in Church Street,” said watch specialist Ben Winterton.

The 400 lot sale also features hundreds of collectable vinyl LPs and singles, with rare records by the Rolling Stones, The Beatles and Led Zeppelin, and vintage toys including a large selection of Dinky and Corgi die-cast plus model railway locomotives and rolling stock by Hornby, Lima and Tri-ang.

Lot 270 on January 6 is around 160 complete sheets of stamps from the 1950s and 1960s.
Lot 270 on January 6 is around 160 complete sheets of stamps from the 1950s and 1960s.

Valuable collections of GB, Commonwealth and worldwide stamps plus complete sheets of stamps from the reign of King George VI, the 1950s and the 1960s also feature.

And the military section of the sale includes an Imperial German Pickelhaube helmet in leather and brass with Prussian badge alongside other militaria and medals archives.

The auction also features a large collection of Royal Doulton Walt Disney figurines, vintage optics and precision tools, jewellery, cigarette cards, trade cards and postcards.

The catalogue can be viewed online now via our Auction Dates page. Viewing on Wednesday, January 5, is strictly by appointment only – please call 01827 217746.

This Imperial German Pickelhaube helmet features in the military section.
This Imperial German Pickelhaube helmet features in the military section.

“We will be bringing more free specialist valuations to Tamworth,” added Ben.

“Our coin specialist Phil Bridge and medals and militaria expert Nick Thompson are back for free valuations by appointment on Tuesday, January 25.

“And our stamps and postal ephemera specialist Phil Ives will be with us on Thursday, February 3.

“Valuations may also be booked every week for watches, jewellery and all kinds of collectable items from toys and cameras to records and hi-fi equipment.”

For auction information, viewing enquiries and valuation appointments, email tamworth@richardwinterton.co.uk and telephone 01827 217746.

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