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Launceston (Cornwall) Valuation Venue

Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood are the largest fine art auctioneers and valuers in the West Country with a large saleroom complex in Exeter in Devon, which covers the whole of the South West of England. We have an extensive programme of valuation days across Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset.

Our fine and specialist sales attract an international audience by virtue of Internet and telephone bidding, which connect our Cornwall-based sellers with a much wider audience.

We regularly hold valuation days in Launceston in East Cornwall, which provide an opportunity for clients based in Launceston and the East Cornwall area to have their fine art chattels valued with a view to them being consigned to a future auction.

We usually have at least one valuation day in Launceston each month and have seen many valuable lots consigned to our regular and fine sales from East Cornwall achieve very good prices at auction.

If you would like more details of the valuation days we hold in Launceston or other places throughout Cornwall or further afield, please call us on (01392) 413100.

Address

Lawrence House Museum
Castle Street
Launceston
Cornwall
PL15 8BA

Sale MA12; Lot: 0140: A Chilean 12 bolt copper and brass diving helmet.

Sale: MA12 (15 Jun 2011)
Auction Lot: 0140
Estimate: £1,200-£1,500
Realised: £1,700
A Chilean 12 bolt copper and brass diving helmet.

Sale BK12; Lot: 0575: Hiroshige ( 1797-1858 ) a bound collection of 44 colour plates, in original wrappers and brocade folding case with bone ties, 370 x 255 mm, 19th cent. * good impressions of the plates, with strong colours.

Sale: BK12 (01 Oct 2014)
Auction Lot: 0575
Estimate: £500-£800
Realised: £5,200
Hiroshige ( 1797-1858 ) a bound collection of 44 colour plates, in original wrappers and brocade folding case with bone ties, 370 x 255 mm, 19th cent. * good impressions ...

Sale FS11; Lot: 0473: A Martin Bros salt glazed stoneware 'grotesque' spoon warmer. Signed RW Martin, London & Southall 11-1879.

Sale: FS11 (13 Jul 2011)
Auction Lot: 0473
Estimate: £3,000-£4,000
Realised: £14,500
A Martin Bros salt glazed stoneware 'grotesque' spoon warmer. Signed RW Martin, London & Southall 11-1879.