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Tennants Auctioneers’ Modern and Contemporary Art Sale on 28th October saw strong prices for Modern British sculpture in a buoyant sale boosted by a good Private Collection from West Yorkshire. 
A fine Private Collection of paintings, ceramics, works of art and furniture from Le Pavilion, formerly part of the Shortgrove Estate in Essex are to come under the hammer in Tennants Auctioneers’ Autumn Fine Art Sale on 18th November. 
Tennants Auctioneers in Leyburn, North Yorkshire are delighted to be offering for sale on 24th November a Private Collection of over fifty lots of Locomotive Nameplates, Totems, Targets and models as part of their Toys, Models & Collectables auction. 
Amongst the one thousand lots of Fine Art and Antiques in Tennants Auctioneers’ Autumn Fine Art Sale on 18th November, are a number of intriguing lots to pique the interest of collectors of British Sporting Art and memorabilia. 
A strong representation of 20th century Northern Art is up for auction in the Autumn Fine Art Sale at Tennants Auctioneers on 18th November. There is an ever increasing demand for Northern Art at Auction, and some of the most sought-after names are included in Tennants’ sale, such as Brian Shields ‘Bráaq’, Norman Cornish, Tom McGuinness, L S Lowry, Peter Brooks, Arthur Delaney and Joe Scarborough.
Tennants Auctioneers’ Country House Sale on 14th October proved as enticing as ever. With an eclectic mix of fine art, antiques and affordable period furniture - much of which had been sourced from good Private Estates - buyers’ flocked to the Leyburn salerooms. 
Tennants’ Auctioneers is pleased to be holding an exhibition of 30 works by contemporary, Northern artist Stephanie Dingle in their Harrogate office. 
The sale of Coins, Tokens & Banknotes at Tennants Auctioneers on 1st November will comprise a large selection of good gold and silver coins. Amongst the 378 lots on offer are modern gold proof sets, sovereigns and guineas. Expected to attract attention in particular is a Charles II Guinea from 1681 (estimate £800-1200); David Wolstencroft, Tennants’ coin specialist comments ‘anything to do with Charles II is always popular at auction, and the fine condition of this guinea will be tempting to buyers’. 
In Tennants’ sale of Fine Wine and Whisky on the 7th October, it was the spirits that dominated and in particular that most sought-after ‘water of life’ - Macallan. Macallan has been rocketing in value over recent years, and this sale saw the trend continue; the relative rarity of the whisky combined with a growing interest from the Chinese market and investors keeps prices on the rise. 
The popularity of Tennants’ Country House Sales demonstrates the continued demand for traditional art, antiques and furnishings. The sale on the 14th October is set to include over 800 lots of paintings, furniture, ceramics, Asian art clocks, works of art, silver and watches – all of which will be on view to the public from the 12th October. 
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