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Penrith Farmers & Kidd's plc

Skirsgill Salerooms

Penrith , Cumbria

United Kingdom   CA11 ODN


Telephone : +44 (0)1768 890781

Fax : +44 (0)1768 895058

Website : http://www.pfkauctions.co.uk

Email : info@pfkauctions.co.uk

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  • PFK is a Cumbrian-based company established in 1876. From beginnings as a livestock mart the firm now has various divisions based at separate locations, briefly comprising; the Antiques Saleroom, Estate Agency (4 branches), Land Agency, Planning, etc. The saleroom has occupied its current purpose-built site, just a couple of hundred yards from junction 40 of the M6 where it crosses the A66, for the last five years. Regular fortnightly sales of Victoriana/Household goods are interspersed with four quarterly catalogue antique sales.

    From an initial catalogue sale totalling £94,000 five years ago, the sales are now regularly topping £200,000 from around 600-700 lots sold, with many four-figure prices. We recently sold a 19th-century continental oil painting for £11,500 after it had been valued at just £800-1200 by a major auction house, and following that success were offered another similar painting which we sold for £26,000.

    We have a database of over 1,000 active clients who receive our colour catalogues, plus many new customers every sale who discover us via the internet. We are always pleased to provide free valuations for sale, as well as offering valuations for Insurance, Probate, Family Division, etc.

    Items sold recently...
    Andreas Schelfhout, Unloading the catch. Sold for £26,000, June 2002 Antonietta Brandeis, Grand Canal, Venice. Sold for £9,500, September 2002
    William Scafe, London. Sold for £13,000, September 2002 A Ruskin pottery high-fired vase, dated 1911. Sold for £2,800, June 2002
    A late Victorian five-piece silver dessert set. Sold for £3,000, June 2002 An early Georgian walnut lowboy. Sold for £6,600, March 2002

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