Successful Fishing Tackle Auction Results
For collectors of antique tackle and fishing memorabilia, some interesting lots went under the hammer at Mullock’s recently.
The most recent Mullock’s fishing tackle auction, held on 21st November, was a great success. The large varied selection of vintage, classic and modern fishing collectables attracted a large crowd and record numbers bidding live online.
Unusual reels and gadgets headed the auction, such as:
• Lot 24, An Intrepid Tournament reel sold for £85, surely a world record for an Intrepid reel!
• Lot 33, Hardy St George Tournament sold well over estimate for £740
• Lot 47, the only known example of a Hardy HJS reel in left hand wind format sold above estimate for £1,000
• Aerial reels are strengthening with a rare 3 spoke Coxon Aerial selling into the UK market at £2,900
Gadgets and accessories were strong too:
• Lot 126, an historic trout fly collection selling to a UK club for £560
• Lot 180, the rare Gaynor of London wood float and cast winder sailed off at £300
• Lot 275, a rare Jardine style ratchet pike gag went to a specialist collector for £2,000
The auctioneer’s favourite item of the sale was Lot 200, A Hardy miniature rod and reel outfit, which sold for the upper estimate of £4,000
In all, it was a great sale, 86% sold with a packed auction room and busy online bidding throughout on two live bidding platforms.
All prices shown exclusive of commission and charges.
Next Auction - 19th March 2016
Mullock’s already have a considerable number of lots including a fine named Gregory hollow metal bait with virtually all original paint finish. Plus, a superb gilt Barometer, Thermometer and Compass being a 1st Prize in a Loch Leven angling competition 1869 - in its velvet lined case.
For entries and enquiries contact John Stephenson by telephone on: 07816 674044 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and you may visit the Mullock’s website HERE
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