Posted in: News on November 6, 2017.
October has seen the beginning of a very busy period for us here at Dawson’s, with the introduction of our first specialist sale along with our monthly Antiques and Collectables sale. No surprises that it was the diamonds that shone … Continue reading Autumn Season Success
Posted in: News on October 3, 2017.
What a sale. We had some incredibly good results for August’s auction, in part thanks to an exciting consignment from the estate of the late gallery owner Anthony Basil Vivian Tooth. Top seller from this consignment and in fact in … Continue reading August Sale Report
Posted in: News on July 28, 2017.
Dawson’s are excited to announce their Rare Books, Stamps and Maps sale on the 28th October. This sale has already garnered significant interest, and a number of interesting consignments. With books consigned so far spanning many different eras, our sale … Continue reading Rare Books, Stamps and Maps sale 28.10.17
Posted in: News on July 24, 2017.
With strong sales in every category, our July auction at Dawson’s was a roaring success and we are proud to present this Sale Report. The Asian Art department were delighted with the sale of the Meiji period Japanese bronze of … Continue reading Dawson’s July Sale Report
Posted in: News on July 17, 2017.
Dawson’s are excited to announce the sale of sixty zoological and anatomical watercolour illustrations in their July sale. These illustrations were originally used as scientific aids within the departments of Kings College London and focus on a range of subjects, … Continue reading A Collection of Kings College Zoological Illustrations
Posted in: News on June 30, 2017.
The Battle of Waterloo, a climactic defeat to Napoleon’s triumphantly bloody victory sweep across Europe. A span of twenty three years where truth and propagandist fantasy became intertwined, a rule seeped in the blood of both sides. Though hundreds of … Continue reading A curious memento from the Battle of Waterloo – on sale July 22nd (Est. £800-1200)